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mti a?M: UMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918
REV. TITUS LOVE
HOME AFTER SIX
3maha Minister Returns From
Six Months' Service in "Y.
M." Work on Battlefields
Rev. Titus Lowe, pastor of the First
Mcthijdist church of Omaha, arrived
;n Omaha Friday mornir.g, after six
months of service in Young Men's
v Christian association work on the bat
tle front in Europe.
The minister still wore the service
" uniform of the Young Men's Christian
association, when he swung off of the
Northwestern train to greet a large
number of members of his church,
friends and acquaintances, who had
gathered at the Union depot to wel
come him home.
Fred Walrath, who accompanied
Rev. Mr. Lowe to France, Mrs. Lowe,
his daughter, Jane, and Mr. and Mrs.
C. II. Walrath. arrived with Rev. Mr.
Lowe from New York, where, they
had gone to meet .him upon his ar
rival there from overseas. Mr. and
Mrs. Royal D. Miller and Rev. Mr.
Lowe's two daughters. Madeline and
Eveline, met him at Council Bluffs
and rode into Omaha with him.
Reception at Depot.
- A general reception was held at the
depot bv the 200 friends who had
assembled to meet the returning min
ister, after which be was escorted to
his home at 3261 Farnam street, where
he remained the rest of the day to
receive the congratulations for his
er f return frnm his manv friends.
A surprise had been planned for.
Mr. Lowe at the First Methodist
rluirch, but it was postponed until
Saturday. The surprise was to-have
been the presentation of a sedan auto
mobile, but the secret, as most secrets
do, became common knowledge and
the minister learned of it long before
his arrival in the Gate City.
Dr. Lowe, in speaking of the war,
"It's going to be a long and bloody
struggle, and the battle that is being
fought at this time is by no means
the end. The allies are united upon
' every proposition before them and
they are determined to fight until the
kaiser is completely conquered. They
want peace, but it must be a peace
that will be lasting and one that will
sound the death knell of autocracy
"Since the United Stat lias en
tered the war, there can be no ques
tion about the outcome. Our boys
are in the thick of the fight and they
are giving. a good account of them
"When I left "the ; war front 6ur
bovs had not gone into a fight as a.
separate and independent unit, but
were" scattered through the British
and French divisions, doing their bit
and doing it well. Now that they
have been consolidated at one point
they are going to be heard from.
Welcome U. S. Soldiers.
' '"England and France and all the
people of those cpuntries were glad to
welcome the United States soldiers,
for they felt that their entry into the
fighting was the turning point of the
"The question of defeat never en
ters the minds of officers, soldiers or
citizens nf the allied countries. : Thrv
are as confident of-victory as it is
possible for people to be. While they
are all anxious for peace, they will
never accept peace terms that will
permit of Germany continuing its
military system. It must be a peace
that will be lasting and a peace that
for all time to come will protect life
and property." v
During the greater portion of his
titne in Europe, Dr. Lowe was right
on, or close to the battle line. He
was in the front line trenches, where
he administered to the wounded, and
upon frequent occasions had an op
portunity to look over into No Man's
. land. . . .
Last night in the First Methodist
church there was a v public recep-
Ption for Dr. Lowe and Sunday he
will occupy his old, pulpit, both morn-.
I ing and evening. ,
Fred Walrath, who accompanies
Dr. Lowe to and from Europe, gained
20 pounds in weight while away. His
labors were strenuous, but he enjoyed
During most of Mr. Walrath s time
spent in the war zone he had charge
of transportation for the Young
Men's Christian association. This
kept- him at the front, where about
all the time he lived the life of a
soldier. Upon numerous occasions he
did first aid work on the battle field
and upon other occasions his duties
were to aid in carrying the wounded
out of No Man's lanf and to the held
Former Omaha Attorney Now
Boasts 'Two Service Flags
T. H. Mcintosh, former Omaha at-
torney, now residing in New xorK
Citv. writes to Omaha friends that
he has ordered two service flags, one
for his home and one for his office,
with three stats each. All three of
his children are engaged m efforts
to win the war.
Mi Mariorie Mcintosh, who vis
ited her grandmother, Mrs. C. B.
Wnetin snm time ano. 19 wuikiiik
in the foreign language department!
French, German and Portugese.
Kenneth 'Mcintosh, who. is wen
known to many of the younger set
here, is a first lieutenant and instruc
tor in the regular army and is sta
tioned at Waco, Tex.
Rustin Mcintosh, the second son.
;. b lieutenant iii the medical re
serve corps and is now on his way
to France, Having Jieit new iuim
within the week. I
Street Railway Company !
To Build New Car House
The street railway company has de
cided to build its new car house at
once on the land recently obtained
near Twenty-sixth and Cummg
streets, and has let the contract to
McGowan & Jacobergcr, who have
agreed to start work May 1.. This
new and modern structure will be 132
x450 feet in length and will house
the cars of the Benson, West Leav
enworth and Asylum lines.
Charge Doctor Neglected
To Report Smallpox Case
A warrant for the arrest of Dr.
Ernest Alexander on a complaint that
a case of smallpox was not reported
and that much exposure resulted
from that alleged neglect, has been
issued, Health Commissioner Conncll
"X have warned physicians about
reporting smallpox cases and I in
tend to enforce the law," said the
Street Railway Company to ,
Let Down Bars on Age Limit
' Owing to the difficulty in finding
men to do the work, the Omaha Street
.Railway company is likely to soon
let down the bars on age limit. Pre
viously men past 35 years old were
unable to find employment with the
company as niotormen or conductors.
Now applicants who are 40 years old
are accepted if they can pass the re
quired physical examinations. Exten
ing this limit to 47 years is considered
favorably. -, . .
During the last six months the
Street Railway company has lost a
great numbei of . the younger , con
ductors and nfotormen. Many have
gone to war, while a large number
nf nthera'have cone farming or en
gaged in other lines of work.,
threjf Negroes Bound 0ver
On Charge of Having Drugs
Three negroes, ? William Purvine,
Virgil Price 'nd Jesse Shields,
charged with isolating the. Harrison
drug act, were bound over to grand
jury by United States Commissioner
Neely under bonds of $2,500 each at
the preliminary hearing" Friday morn
ing. ; ... .
The rqen were arrested by federal
agents a week ago charged with sell
ing dope on the street. Price and Pur
vine had. marked money -which the
federal men used to obtain evidence
TOWL MADE HEAD
OF HIGGINS PLANT
Expert of Many Years' Experi
ence Will Be Operating Super-
intendent of New South
The Higgins Packing company an
nounces that E. B. Towl will be op
erating superintendent of its new
South Side, plant. Towl will, have
actual charge of the construction of
the new plant and will assume the
management after completion.
Towl is recognized as one of the
foremost packing plant experts in the
country. He built the plant of the
National Packing company at Mexico
City, and left there at the start of the
war troubles, going to Kansas City,
where he assumed charge of the re
modeling of a large plant. He has
had 30 years' experience with the big
The plant of the Higgins company
will be one of the largest independent
packing plants in the United States
and will be strictly up-to-date and of
concrete, fireproof construction
throughout. , ,
The stock receipts at South Omaha
are only partially tared for by the
plants nov located1 there, approxi
mately 40 per cent of the stock being
rcshipped to other points for killing.
This surplus will be taken care of by
the new Higgins plant, which is ex
pected to rival the largest establish
ments now located on the South Side
in quantity of -output ultimately.
Red Cross Marchers Will
Meet in Twenty-Fifth St.
Gould Dietz calls attention of the
Red Cross marchers in the Liberty
day parade, Saturday, to the fact
that their section will meet at 1:30
o'clock on Twenty-fifth street, be
tween Dodge and Farnam streets,
Saturday is Boys' day
at Drexel's. Do not be
satisfied with the "good
enough" kind get a
real shoe made for
hard wear that a good,
live boy will give them.
If our kind of Boys'
shoes cost a trifle more
than the common kind
you will find them
' worth more than the
We guarantee every
pair of -our Boys' shoes
to be satisfactory to the
boy and the parents. .
BOYS' SIZES -
9 to ny2 $2.50
Mail Order Solicited.
Parcel Post Paid.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 FARNAM ST.
JlUrC TTIII IUtC 1IUUI 1 IIIITlt lli UBIUIUOJ
TO ENABLE ALL JO PARTICIPATE IN THE LIBERTY DAY PARADE
' Your Monty
,. ' . ,
THE CASH STORE '
If You Can't
Help the Boys.
Buy a Bond!
Saturday Evening Specials---? Till 9 p. m.
Misses' and Ladies' Jap Silk Middy
Blouses, in the season's popular
shades. Regular price, $1.50.
Cash price. . . ... . ... . , . . . .S9
Seco Silk 'Kimonos Worth $3.00
and $4.00. Great values at Our
Special Cash Price ......SI .59
' On Second Floor.
, "DO YOUR BIT" .
$2.00 Knitting Bags, in the . new
Cotex Leather; large size, well
made and finished, fine for shop
ping. Cash Price..... ...$1.19
Leather Goods Dept.-1st Floor.
Cups and Saucers, worth 25c. Cash
Price, per pair... ...... .....15
White Mixing Bowls, worth 60c
Cash Price .............. 254
Mahogany Serving Trays, sworth
$2.00. Cash Price. ..:,... .9Q4
$18 Floor Lamps, with' 24-inch
shade. Cash Price...., ..$8.50
Crockery Dept. 4th' Floor.
Regular 85c Silk Gloves, in black
'and colors; all perfect; all sizes,
5 to 6V. On sale, Special Cash
Price, per pair. ........ . . . 444
Middle Aisle Main Floor. .
Union Suits worth to 75c; Jersey
knit, linen lace trimmed; all
styles; also' Childfen'8 Union
Suits. Cash Price 354
Middle Aisle Main Floor.
PALM OLIVE SOAP
Regular price, 12c cake. Our Spe
cial Cash Price for this sale, per
cake, at. 84
- Drug Dept. Main Floor;
:" hUMANHAIR NETS
"Red Seal" Brand; regular 10c
all colors; well made; sanitary
each in a separate envelope. Our
Special Cash Price ...6H4
" Notion Dept. Main Floer.
To Cut Down the Cost of Living, Try Hayden's First
Hifbest Quality, Freshest Stock and a
Savinf of 25 to SO
21 -lb. Backs pure Br Flour $1.85
8 lbs. Best" White or fellow Cornmeal,
at ; 43c
Barley Flour, per lb.... .7Vsc
Fancy Blue Rose Jap Sice 10e
Corn Flour, per lb.... 8V3e
Fancy Hand Picked Navy Beans, 12VC
CaL can Golden Table Syrup. . . . ,70c
' -GsJ. cant Golden Table Syrup. . ,39c
16-oc. cans Condensed Milk 12 V, e
S-ox. cans Condensed Milk. . C'je
The Best Dome tic Macaroni or Spagh
etti, per Bk ..t...K.tii
Jelio for dessert, per pkc y ...... .6c
E. a Corn Flakes, pkf .....7VtC
Fancy Assorted Cookies, tt.. le
Baker's Cocoanut, per tb ...... .,7 Vic
"Sehepp's Shredded Coeoanut, lb... 35c
8 8 -ox. 'jar Pure Apple Butter 25c
No. g cans Fancy Bweet Sugar Corn,
per can, at.. 12ytc
No. t cans Fancy Wax. String, Green
or Lima Beans. ...... , 15c
No. 2 cans Fancy June Pear. . .... 15c
No. S cans Golden Pumpkin or Horn- i
iny. per can. ...... . . ........ .10e-
No. t H cans Ripe Tomatoes ...... 16c
Large bottles Chow Chow, mixed, sweet, -
sour or Horseradish, bottle. , . . . .lOc
( bars Electric Spark Soap. ...... .2Sc
t bars Beat-'Em-All, Diamond C or
Swift's Pride Laundry Soap. .... ,25c
t lbs. Best Bulk Laundry Starch. .25e
Choice California Fiirs, pke. ...... ,10c
THE TALK OF OMAHA
Our famous Golden Santos Coffee, per
lb at t. ..20c
Fancy Maricaibo Blend Coffee, lb.. 25c
Fancy. Porto Rico Blend Coffee. , per
lb., at ..s..... 30c
The Best Tea Sifting, lb ,20c
M. A J. Blend, something fine, lb . .38a
Choice Basket Fired Japan or Uncolor-
ed Japan Tea, per tb . ,40c
. EAT MORE DRIED FRUITS
Seeded Raisins, per pkf .8','tc
Choice Muscatel Cooking Raisins, Per
tb4 nt ....(....,. lZV,c
Choice California Muir Peaches, !b . ,15c
Choice California Seedless Raisins, per
lb., at -. 15c
Choice California Evaporated Apples,
per lb., at. ....... . . .15c
Choke California Apricots, lb..., 25c
Choice ' California Bartlett Pears, per
lb., at 20c
OMAHA'S VEGETABLE MARKET
16 lbs. Best No. 1 Cooking Potatoes 25c
Fresh Shallots. Beets, Carrots, Tur
nips or Radishes, per bunch 5c
t heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce 10c
Fancy Mead Lettuce," head. ....... 7 V,e
Fresh RKubarb. per lb 7Vic
Large Soup Bunches, each. 4c
Fresh Spinach, per lb.. ...30c
SATURDAY SPECIAL RED ONION
SETS, PER QT. OR LB. . 10c
ft pkgs. Flower or Vegetable Seeds.. 10c
Blue Grass Seed, lb. 30c
Blue Grass and Clover Seed, lb.... 35c
Red River Ohio Seed Potatoes, per
To the Man Serving in Business
i Looking Like Success
is the Best Way to Win It
Your Uniform may be simply that of a well dressed man, but it
should be ALL WOOL, properly tailored and correct in style
and fit. Looking like success, is a great element in winning it.
When you buy clothes, you want to economize in time and
We can do all these things for you in the Clothing we offer. They're
ready made, in sizes and styles for every man ; they're ALL WOOL
for economy and long wear; the styles are the best you will find any
Satisfaction Is Guaranteed
The Trim, Smartly Set
Military Style in Men's Suits
We have many styles for young men, not all alike, of
course, but all good. One idea, especially, carried
out in several modes, is the five-seam military back
coat." Others f of young men in -college and business.
fibre lined and
f i b r e covered,
$11. 50 and $13.50
$18, $20, $25, $30, $35 and $40
i - .
Style Creations From
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suits and Coats of Splendid Quality
The little label, "Hart Schaffner & Marx," in any
garment is a sign xi quality the best ALL WOOL
fabrics, finest tailoring, and a mark of notable style.
Their simplest modes are smart looking, their mili- ,
tary styles are especially good. Business men, hard-to-fit
men, young men, all men will get the right
$25, $30, $35, $40, $45, $50
Copyright Hart Schaffner & Marc
Select Your Spring Overcoat Here
From the Broadest, Best Stock
There's considerable variety in the models for
Spring Overcoats, and even more variety than usual
in fabrics, patterns and colorings. Motor Coats,
Dress Overcoats, Raglans, Slip-ons, Rainproofed and
highly tailored. The best American work, the best
English makes, including the faniouS Burberry
Coats ; all here and all excellent values.
$18, $20, $25, $30, $35 and $40
Blue Serge Suits, $18, $20 and $25
One of the great features of our clothing department
display is the remarkable assortment of Blue Serges
at $18 to $25. All tailored in the most expert man
ner from a fadeless blue serge of superior quality, a
rare thing these days.
Frock Coats and Vests, $30 to $50
Latest 1918 models, in richly lined, braid-bound Frock
Trousers, $7.50 to $15 4
Coats and Vests for men and young men. " , j
Striped and Herringbone weaves, correct for '.semi-dress
wear. . ; j -
Second Floor, Men'a Bldg.
Famous Stetson Hats; come in
the rich shades of , green,
brown, tan, olive and the ever
dressy black, at $4.50, $5.00,
$6.00 and $10.00
Alfredo Sebelli & Co.'s
Italian Hats, all feather
weight, colors green, olive
and orange, sold exclu
sively by Brandeis Stores
Borsalino Hats sold here
at...! $4.50 and 5.00
Mayo Hats, sold exclu
sively by Brandeis Stores.
They're wonderful values
' Main Floor,
Men's Hats at $1.95. Odd
lots and" samples of Men's
high grade Hats, all new
spring styles, $2.50, $3.00
and $3.50 values, your
choice, at ...... .$1.95
Men's Hats at 98c. Mens
cloth and felt Hats, odd
lots, values to $2.00. Sat
urday at 98
Boys' Swagger Tweed
Hats at 98, $1.25
Men's Shoes $9.50 a Pair
Our Regular $11.00 Grade
Made of best-grade Black or Brown Kidskin,
medium toe shapes, lace style, for Spring or
Summer wear; every size and widths B to D.
Men's Shoes, at $4.50 a Pair
Several styles taken from our stock of higher priced
footwear, grouped for Saturday's selling at this spe
cial figure. Tan Calf and Dull Calf, Nu-Buck tops,
lace style; English shapes, all sizes, 5 to 9.
Boys' Shoes, $3.48 and $3.95
Solid box calf uppers, with best oak soles, blucher
lace, broad toe shapes, comfort giving and long
wearing; all sizes, 1 to 6.
Main Floor, Men' Bldg.
Spruce Up for Spring
Here are the New
THE STORE WITH THE
STOCKS and the store for
prompt, courteous service,
that makes you a real sav
ing in moderate prices as
Silk Shirts New Arrivals, $4.45
Fine quality Tub Silk Shirts, in very latest patterns, neat
effects, in self and colored stripes. Extra well made; guaran
teeing perfect fit in every detail. Colors absolutely fast; all
sizes, 14 to 17; special at this price. -
Silk Crepe Shirts at $6.50
These Silk Crepe Shirts are absolute shirt values. Orders
placed in advance enables us. to quote these prices. Patterns
are the very newest in Silk Shirting. The patterns and quality
' of silk crepe in these Shirts stand for everything found in high
grade Silk Shirts and will warrant your inspection.
N Better grade in Pussy Willow Silk Broadcloth and
Jersey Silk Shirts at . $7.50 to $12.50
Shirts at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
New lot arriving almost daily in all the very newest patterns
and materials in Crepes, Reps, Madras and Satin Stripes Soi
sett in the very best makes; self collar attached or neckband
style; which we are specializing at $1.00, $1.50 and. .. .$2.00
Men's Fiber Silk Hose at 25c
125 Dozen Men' Fibre Silk Hote Run of the mill quality; in
all the Spring shades, also one lot of Men's Fine Quality Mer
cerized Lisle Eose in assorted shades. In a regular way if
perfect they would be worth 50c a pair. AH-sizes in the low.
Sale price, a pair 25c
Munsing Union Suits for Men,
$1.50 to $3.50
Our Spring stock competes, with all the different fabrics
in all makes of this Famous Underwear for Men. Famous be
cause its wearing qualities and perfect fitting qualities are
beyond comparison. We' are Omaha's exclusive selling agents
for the Munsing Union1 Suits for Men. Buy your Spring and
Summer wants while our stock is complete.
1 SO Dozen Men's Spring Weight Union Suits,
at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.65
Special lots secured from large underwear mills, in medium
and light weight, short or. long sleeves; ecru and white colors;
all sizes in this lot; made of fine quality mercerized and combed
cotton yarns; special, a suit, at ...... .$1.25, $1.50 and $1.65
Main Floor, Men' Bids;.
Store Closed During Parade But Open Immediately After
I Ride Up On
I the Moving
3 Second Floor, ,
Sporting Goods I
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