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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1918)
THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1918
STATE CLOSE TO
QUOTA IN DRIVE
FOR THIRD LOAN
Nebraska Sure to Go Way
"Over Top " Declares Chair
man Byrne; County Re
turns Pour In.
"Nebraska is sure to go way over
the top in the third Liberty loan," de
clared State Chairman T. C. Byrne
when the report for 49 counties had
reached his desk. "The total for the
state will reach at least $50,000,000.
We are conducting the same sort of
campaign in every county that we did
in Douglas county, and that is to
put a bond in every home and on
i Of the first 49 counties going over
the top, 23 were undersubscribed in
the last campaign, but most of them
-have made up for their delinquency
by their wonderful showing in this
campaign. The quota for the state
The state tank was moved at noon
to the $29,000,000 mark by Creigliton
university students. Rev. A. F. Mc
Xemany was speaker.
Scouts Start Saturday.
Boy Scouts' "clean-up" drive will
start Saturday. They will appear in
all Omaha theaters Saturday night.
Next week they will make a housc-to-house
canvass to assist the commit
tee in placing a bond in every home.
Omaha banks sent their subscrip
tions to Kansas City Tuesday night.
Their subscription was given as $2,
000,000. Cherry count, the largest county
in the state, has exceeded its quota.
When Treasurer O. T. Eastman of
the Federal Reserve bank began to
color the county blue on his map,
which shows the progress of the
drive, someone pulled a stop watch
on him. It took him one minute and
58 seconds to do the trick. His
slowness was accounted for by the
fact that he had to stop once and
sharpen his pencil.
Quota is Tripled.
' J. IT. Lionberger, chairman of the
Waterloo district in Douglas county,
reports sales of $42,000 on a quota of
Scottsbluff county has exceeded its
quota of $468,000, as has Webster
county, with $238,500. "
- Major Charles W. Gordon ("Ralph
Connor") will be in Omaha next Sat
urday and will deliver an address at
the Chamber of Commerce rooms at
8 p. m., according to a telegram re
ceived at Liberty loan headquarters.
Ralph Connor's books, "The Sky
Pilot," and others, have made his
name a household word throughout
New Detective Chief Says
; He Will Make No Changes
(It's now Captain Murphy, chief of
Frank Murphy, whose promotion
from detective sergeant to captain, as
a reward for lone service and effici
ency, went into effect Tuesdav. as.
sumed charge of his office Wednes
day. He received the congratulations
of his brother officers and friends
with becoming modesty.
Former acting chief, John Dunn,
was not at the station to welcome or
congratulate his successor, for the
reason that he has been compelled to
be absent from his duties for the
last two days, owing to the serious
illness of his little boy. The lad was
operated on Tuesday.
"I will make no radical changes.
Tt is doub'ful if I will make any at
all right now," said Captain Murphy.
Food Administration Rules
Reduce Sales of Sugar
To find out just what effect the
rules of the food administration have
had in reducing the consumption of
sugar, W. H. McCord of the McCord
Brady company has looked up records
of sales for that firm. These figures
show that there has been a great re
duction in the sale of sugar.
' Following figures, comparing this
year with last year, show the percent
age of sugar sales to the entire busi
ness of the company:
January 16.5 12.5
February 29.75 12.8
March 27 13.6
; Some of these savings are attributed
.to the strict regulatory orders of the
food administration and some to the
conservation which has been taught
Mayor and Running ffete. to Open
Thttr Bif Offraaiva TrMajr Night
The opoosine forces for the battle
of the bailors on May 7 are getting
their communication trenches estab
lished and are moving up their big
guns. Only skirmish fire has yet
marked the engagement. The mayor
and his running mates announce that
they will open their offensive in the
Swedish auditorium rndav night,
when a barrage tire will be laid. The
allied candidate are holding' small
meetings here and there and are plan
ning for several mass meetings be
fore the day when the voters will de
cide the struggle.
The allies contend that Jim
Dahlman is setting up a straw mat;
when he raises the issues of .base ball
and theaters on Sunday, in view of
the fact that this question has been
adjudicated in the courts and is net
an issue at this time.
Here is one of the best jokes of
the campaign, which up to date has
been almost jokeless and cheerless:
Tom O'Connor, campaign manager
for Mayor Dahlman and associated
candidates, ordered a lot of cards
bearing the names of the mayor and
his six running mates, on which this
line appeared: "Vote for these seven,
no more." When one of the mayor's
political advisors saw the cards he
immediately raised the question of
whether the voters would interpret
the line to mean, in fact, "Vote no
more for these seven." New cards
were ordered forthwith, and now the
line reads, "Vote for these seven."
The original purpose of the line was
to warn voters not to vote for more
than seven of the 14 candidates on
The "allied candidates" will address
meetings on Thursday noon at the
Morris packing plant and at the Ex
change building, South Side.
Are you registered for the election
on May 7? Change of residence since
last election requires revision of reg
istration. Friday will be the last day
to register for the city election.
A new political organization in the
South Side is known as the Ringer
and Towl Booster club, which met
Tuesday night in the interests of the
candidacies of J. Dean Ringer and
Roy N. Towl for city commissioners.
F.d P. Smith, Harry B. Zimman,
Henry F. Wulf and W. G. Ure also
were endorsed. A mass meeting has
been called for Friday night in Rush
ing's hall, Twenty-fourth and J
streets, when addresses will be made
by these candidates.
Primary expense accounts have
been 'filed with the election commis
sioner as follows: A. Sehultz, $57.50;
Thomas Hoctor, $167.60; John M.
Mayor Dahlman and associated
candidates will speak Friday night at
a mass meeting in the Swedish auditorium.
Ed P. Smith and Henry F. Wulf
have addressed several meetings at
Labor temple. They spoke Tuesday
night in Ancient Order of United
Workmen's hall, South Side.
"Greater Omaha will go ahead if we
build upon the right foundation and
are imbued with a progressive spirit,"
said Roy H. Towl, addressing a meet
ing of working men.
Jerry Howard, presiding at a meet
ing for the allied candidates, said:
"Things are not managed at the city
hall as thev should be."
Suspend Free List for Big
Junior Red Cross Festival
The free list will be absolutely sus
pended for the May festival to be
given by 1,200 public school children
in the Auditorium on the nights of
May 9 and 10 for the benefit of the
Junior Red Cross.
Even the participants will pay for
R. L. Cams, supervisor of athletics
in the schools, will have charge. The
program will include folk games,
wand drills and various demonstra
tions. President Reed of the Board
of Education will lead a salute to the
flag, and Henry Cox's orchestra will
furnish the music.
Garage Business and Accessories
For Sale Highland, Kansas, col
lege town, on Pike's Peak High
way, a good business established,
owner has enlisted in government
D. A. M'MULLEN, Highland, Kan.
Men who want real
clothes values should
More so every day of the war
our store is being recognized
as the dependable place to buy really
good clothes cheap. . We haven't as
yet gotten into the habit of charging
big profits on clothes that we bought
some time back. Yet we know we
couldn't buy them again for the
money we ask you.
$30 $35 $W-
Make Our Store
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SETS THE PACE
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Have the Call
For Stylish Military Bearing
NO QUESTION about the preference
expressed for these smart Capes al
ready we have sold scores and scores of
them to women of most discriminating
This Specialty Shop
for Misses and Small
Women is showing an
display of Capes, in
Dress-Up and Military
modes all especially
attractive and stylish.
Fashioned of Serge,
Some with sleeves
and others are sleeveless.
$35.00 to $65.00
Second Floor, Specialty Shop for
Mi.se. and Small Women
Mothers will find an unusually broad
assortment and complete stock of all
Play Suits for little fellows here at the
very lowest prices. It is a pleasure
and a relief to every mother to
know that when she sends her
little ooy out to play, he is out- .VL
fitted in a Suit that permits Sr
tubbing and making spic n
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in sizes 1 to 8
N5 snaljly priced at
C5 i7 $1-00. Long or short
mine. uarK KnaKi wun neu
Galatea trimming. Cheviot
Stripe with Tan Galatea trimming.
These Koveralls are suitable for
either little boys or girls.
Overalls, at 85c a Pair Little Tots
Overalls in sizes 1 to 8 years. Heavy
Blue Cheviots, fast color red or blue
trimming. Just like the illustration.
Boy.' Department Second Floor, Men's Bldg.
and span in a jiffy,
These Koveralls and
Overalls are just
the thing for
sleeves, button in back
with drop seat. Blue De
nim with Red Galatea trim-
Newest Spring Skirts
.Most Desired Styles
A new skirt or two in your
wardrobe right now will
give you many more changes
and enable you, with an
extra Blouse or two to meet
the new season well pre
pared. These Skirts are in all Waist
sizes and lengths, also a complete
assortment for stout women
wearing 30 to 38 waist measure.
Materials are Plaid Silks, Roman
Striped Silks, Taffeta Silks, Poplins,
Satins, Wool Plaids, Wool Striped
Materials, Novelty Patterns, Serges,
Gabardines, Poiret Twills, Shepherd
Checks and Hair Line Stripes.
All the new features in belts and
sashes, new ideas in pockets, the
new tunic effects, side drapes,
tucks, pleats and big button trim
mings. Three special groups.
$4.95, $6.95, $9.95
Blouses You Most Desire
And the Most Becoming -Are Here
IT IS ONLY BY continuous and con
centrated effort, combined with the biggest
showing ofthe best styles at the most mod
erate prices that wc have been able to es
tablish this as the Blouse Center of, not only
Omaha, but this entire Middle West. A
Blouse offering at Brandeis is always a re
markable offering, and every style is right
up to the last minute and chosen with such
care that it expresses the best of the best
- "Blowing: Your Own Horn," you say well that's true also, but when you have catered
to a public as discriminating as Omaha women, many of whom had an idea formerly
that they could not get whit they wanted unless they went to Chicago or New York,
and done it as well as we have, surely you are entitled to blow your own horn.
You can come here at any time and be sure of getting some of the most fascina-thiir
Blouses in this country at a very modest price.
New Georgette Crepe Blouses, $5.00 to $6.95
Copies of higher priced models in a wide variety of styles. Hand mbrold
cred models. Lace trimmed models. New round and square neck stylet.
Shown in white, flesh, peach, soldier blue and maize. o
Extra Special, at $1.95 -Crepe de Chine Blouses
Semi-tailored models, in sizes 36 to 44; in white, flesh, maize and lace trimmed.
"Elsie Dinsmore" Dresses for Girls
Hand Finished and Distinctive Styles
Probably some of the most famous books ever published for girls were the '
"Elsie Dinsmore" series, which are still running, after more than a quarter of a
century of popularity and the name "Elsie Dinsmore" therefore is a byword with
thousands and ten of thousands of girls, not only of the present, but of past genera
tions as well. It augurs well for the success of these "Elsie Dinsmore" Dresses that
they have a name so well known and well liked and the fact that this name is
backed up by the right kind of merchandise makes a prediction for unprecedented
success quite in order.
WE ARE THE SOLE OTAHA AGENTS FOR THESE ELSIE DINSMORE
DRESSES and recommend them to you as famouily good. -
Sizes for girls from 6 to 14 years.
Up-to-the-Minute Sport Drettet, made of good
quality gingham, .high waisted Eton jacket effect,
gathered skirt having box pleats in front; coatee,
smart collar and cuffs, piped in contrasting colors.
Dainty pearl buttons; large effective pockets
piped with shirred bands and trimmed with but
tons to match coatee. Colors blue, dJO QC
pink, tan, green. Price Pad.i7J
Smart Little Aeroplane Model., made of good
quality gingham, Empire, vestee effect; pleated
skirt; large roomy aeroplane pockets, wide belt,
smart collar and cuffs are trimmed with rows of
soutache braid. Colors blue, pink, tan, d0 CA
green, brown. Pric Pat.JV
Unique Sport Modal., made of heavy suiting, one
of the most popular fabrics; guimpe effect of Jeal
trimmed with dainty pearl buttons and tucked in
shirt waist style; smart collar rid cuffs ctf same
material neatly trimmed with rows of soutache
braid; large sport pockets trimmed with em
broidery to match same on waist. d0 PA
Colors are pink and blue. Price . . . .
Snappy Creation.,' made of adorably quaint plaid,
waist line effect, chick belt running through waist;
box pleated skirt, cuffs and belt daintily piped to
match the large novel collar; trimmed with dainty
crocheted buttons. Colors, blu, tO Eft
green, yellow. Price JJ.UU
Big Fruit Tree and Fruit Bush Sale
Most Extraordinary Event-SATURDAY
We have made a most remarkable purchase of choicest Iowa grown
Fruit Trees and Bushes, and will sell them on Saturday at a wonder
ful low price in the Basement
Fruit Trees are:
Cherries, Peaches, Pears, Plums and Apples.
Fruit Bushes are:
Gooseberries, Raspberries and Currants.
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