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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY; JUNE 14, .1918.
' SOUTH SIDE 1
COAL PRICES ADD
$88,000 TO BILL
Union Company Consumes
About 40,000 Tons Per Year,
. and Cost Has Almost
" Doubled In Year.
Because of the advance in coal
prices as fixed by the United States
fuel administration, and the increased
transportation charges, the Union
Stock Yards company'will pay ap
proximately $88,000 more for its coal
this year than it did Iast,y according
in tiiaorr Everett Buckingham.'
In May, 1917, coal was bought at
tue mines at $i.4U per ton. ine ircigni
charges then were $1.16 per ton, tnak
ioir ii nal mat tif the coal, delivered
to e stock yards company. $2.56 per
ten, icday tne coi costs ?u- per ion.
Thm, firet ailvanre over the old
-freight rates came i" the 'at,er Part '
May last year, when tne raics ad
vanced from $116 to $1.31 per tffn. In
A i, mut 1017 111 nrioe of coal at the
mines jumped from $140 to $J.15 per
, ton.' "... .-?..- .. . .',.
The stock yards company consumes,
approximately .40,000 tons of coal a
year, all of which is purchased from
the smoky ftonow mines, near very
. Iowa. , .
Sou th Side Brevities
An. orgenlaed meeting of South 81l train
Iter, truck driver, etable men d helper
w It be h d at Labor tempi iriaay nignt.
'All union and non-union are requeated to
atiend. There wilt be aeveral food apeak.
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The Children' Dancing elaa of the Social
Brttlement eoaed th aeaaon witn an in
formal prof ram.! Ida : Lutgrten danced
.' "I. ralrao;"' Bva KaWman. Anna Mactltla,
Joaephlna Enrlght and Sophia Vondralc. cava
a military .drill; Uorotby I.uatgarten eang
and danced "Long Boys" Hom Dubnoff and
l:ilan Foster demonstrated the latent dunce! I
Mr. Sinclair gave a "Japanoao t)nee" to
' li parent and her atudenti at that cloa
of tha program. , .'.
Thirty men from the Omaha branch of
' Horrla A Co.-have' volunteered for rvic
. ' with "tha refrigeration unit now being; or
V Baniaed by Neleon Morrl, head of tha
Jlorrt company. Chit ago,- who will ac
pojnpafly the men to t rance. The men will
' work under the direction of Mr. Morrla,
abo Wilt peraentfly aupervle the ronatrue
. tlon of a hue -refrigeration plant to ba
ued to atare meat for the allied arm lea. All
f tha Omaha men are of draft age.- and
bad been granted deferred cUulflcation.
. General Passenger Agent : f
; Of Union Pacific; Resigns
W.-5. Bas'ingenVenert' passenger
agent-of Hhe-Union Pacific, has re
signed and hereafter will devote the
whole of his time to government
work in connection with passenger
traffic of the railroads. His 1 head
' quarters for the present, at least, will
it in Washington. . ..' ' ,
.AVhen a general passenger agent
t nT"W-ajpoi'tl' to succeed Mr.
I 3a singer is uncertain. The matter is
with J A. Munroe, traffic director
nd he fs inot prepared to say what
will be done in the premises. In1 the
- n'taGtimcjnatters pertaining to the
, c.'ice of general passenger agent will
be handled by W. II. Murray, assist
ant general patsenger agent.
fntke Silent Drhma
pun Loulae Qlaum In "Shackled" ta play
. Ing In a forceful orama of Modern aoclety
wherein aha takea tha .part of a real woman,
who. meet fairly tha problem andmaan.
. sesaea of modern aoclety and by tha purity
f Iter eliaraeter and tha truth of the Ufa
that aha Uvea produce th beat 11 all with
erhom-Ntha cornea In contact. Untouched by
ealumnft and above the thought of Jeatouay,
tb fights eoclety aa ah find It, and. bring,
tag the jn eh love to new thing In th
,ltiit thai they really ehould be, ahe not only
wlna hint' ( etlor waya of life; but wlnn
hta Vf and happlne foriheraelf. "The
piny witt be ahown, at th fun all tho rut
of tula week' . -
fpra--Eereant Fraaer, on of tha ur.
vlvora of the 13th battalion. Black Watch.
Royal Highlander, who epent S3 month in
' th tranche In France and Belgium, ta ap
pearlrtg at the Bmprea theater In a, 4ra
nal playlet. "No Nan' land," In which
- h tortray an Incident that occurred during
hla, atrvlce on tha weatarn front. , A , real
treat tor th kiddle ( offereel , by
Lawry'i doge, who, from all report, Itv up
to their billing a the "acme of canine won.
Sera." 'Rldera of tha Night," a, five -act
Metro drama, of Kentucky, and blue graa
'region, which la being ahown at the Kmprem
for the tail half ef the week. I filled with
color and ronuvace, with a hint of tragedy,
'itally. Caatieton. the heroin. '. plajtd by
Viola Dana I wlltlrlg to make tha eprem
' aaeiifico for tha'iaka of h man aho love.
RiaJtnA baffling mrattry drama, " I
ahown In "The Lit Mgtk," with Mme, Pe
trova In tho leading role. Taking jtho part
of a young girl w4ko. h' been married
agalnet -her wlU to aave the family honor,
ah It nursing her Injured huaband when
ahe haa a, terrible nighfster In which ahe
. tiraama ah poleone hint,, The plot la on
that punlr the audience until the myetety
la nnaity cleared, Tha. play hat a very ei
nW. aetilng. belngr. on of high eAclety
In - mertca. and many of the outdoor
acenea were mad at Miami, Tla., the play
. ground of the rich of 'thi country.-
Stntmt Ir the "Pawing ef thelThlrd
Floor Back," with 'RIP Johnatnn Torbea
: Xobertaon ht-th leading rote, thrti ta mere
than a -mere drama et the wreen. The ffoted
Kngllah atar, after an actlr career of aome
4s years on tha epceklng atag. haa retired
and only the thought that lever of hi
w ork could have a permanent record of hla
Ua haa induced him ta act for tne film
and gain people can a hi rt.! The play
la one of hi favorite, a aymbollcaj dram
plcturlar b compelling fare of love and
' underatanding 4e -aolve th 111 of human
m leery ano wuknraara.
- Mnee Coetance Talmadae' wilt be nr..
tented la"The Leeeea," a tale of regular
American Ufa, not a wild-eed aenaatton; no
e atory ner a Moed-corotlrg melodrama,
but comedy of "t folk." The "Eagle'
Ky," dealln-r with the Invaalon of Canad.
" .1.. M.ll Ik. I
r ... ;. vvvuminv r.jr,
... feature play on the war on the eea, ha
been produced, aad will Intereat American
aadlencea more than ever, now ' that the
TilthWIM til 'Tfc C..V-..-I-. T- M
ucTinani oa are nam oir.our own eoaat.
j --. . .- um.ii im at no
amalt axnene. the picturing of the worklnga
of the deep ae d I vera and tha naeana uaed
to mmhat them maN a them of Interest
to alt. ThFnMffh fh r,U v ihM Km -
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make a real atory out of the patrlotlt
if mlrtoen Charlee Richmond and Anna
Q. Mlison make a : team g atari Irv a
powerfa) patriotic play ta 'Orer'ThpT. '
ehowing her today and tpmonwer. Among
, it iiar on ae war ana Dtrltlam put out
thi year thla one haa had em of the great.
eat aucoeaw. due la great part to the fart
piay nae not been built around th
"""" " i.TMsiin, ui mat it nea peea a
tary of th war written In the- tu f
; !ntretlng lore drama nd baa been well
pi en vj ine atar aad ta caU i. .
Apefle Ele! rerguaan la tha light dram.
. dvh, ui oon. win a ner teetay. Th
TUy tellp pretty atory of th grtrt who
t a her! te nee haa been a wonderful anna:, writ
lea by her lath.r .Ou Saturday will be en
fcir Johnatca Ferbea-Robertaea la - "Jtaka
ST. MARY'S CLOSING
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Recitations and Music cf
Patriotic Nature Feature
Program for Graduating
N Graduation exercises will be held
at St. Mary's 'school, Thirty-sixth and
R streets, tjiis evening at 8:30 o'clock.
Class motto. "Do" Your v Best;
colors, blue and white. The program
, Flag day chorus. "We'll Stand by
the Flag," boys.
Minuet. "Colonial Dance." Mar
caret .Harnett, A. "Hearty, E. Foster,
C. Broderick. L. Roberts, E. Padroze,
M. McNeil. A. Michalls.
Action song;. "The Haymakers,"
"Four Little Curly Headed Coons,"
song, R. McNeil, J, Loftus, J. Mylcr,
Musiosd recitation, "Ship of State,"
eighth grade girls; leader. A. Hearty.
"Laughing Boys and Girls," fourth
Vocalsolo, "Jus" a Li'l Feller," Rose
Graduarfe girls , chorus, "Merry
; March sng and chorus, "Ou
"Our Flae or Columbia's Garden,
Columbia, Margaret Bevens; red,
Marie Doyle; white, Ruth Larkin;
blue. Mary Ortman; first and second
"The Cross and the Haa." cross
bearer. T. Loftus: banner beared R.
Ploke; guards. R. McNeil and John
Readine. "The American Flag." C
Broderick: aneel of peace, Ladonna
Roberts: attendants. A. Cogan,, M.
Cocan. R. Grifurich. Tableau.
Chorus, "When Life Is Brightest,"
fifth, sixth and seventh grade girls.
Salutatory, Marie C. McNeil; vale
dictory, "Gratitude." Ellen C. Foster.
j Class soiuf, t-areweil.
l Awarding of diplomas by Rev,
nd Facee' oa of hla powerful charaeter
taatlona. To many who hare aeon thle actor
on th apeaklng atage, ,lt la a ravelatlon. to
ea him In th fllmt. . ' '
Thieves Make $1,750 Haul
In Bargain Store Robbery
Burglars gained entrance to the
Chicago Bargain store, 4824 South
Twenty-fourth street, by cutting a
panel in a rear door, and escaped with
goods to the estimated value of $1,750
Wednesday night.' V " ' , .
i Amonsri the articles reoorted miss
ing were 50 fancy silk shirts, 20 silk
urate ' 5(1 rl tMriMi' whitn rlresses. 10
coats, several silk drcyfes and five
men's hats. , ,
A similar burglary occurred at the
Nebraska Shoe and Clothing com
pany's store, Twenty-fifth and N
streets, a tew weeks ago, when the
robbers entered by breaking a smalt
plate ,iJow and escaped with
$J25 worth of men's and women's
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Write today for rurther information and detailed specifications. The
fall-plowing season is near at hand. A GMC-Samson will enable you to do
your plowing easier,
CROSS OF WAR
Distinction Conferred Upon
Soldiers Fighting on Toul
"f ront for Bravery and "
(By Aaeorlated Preaa.) i
With the American Army in France,
June 13. One hundred and - eight
American soldiers, belonging to or
ganizations now fighting on the Toul
front were decorated with the cross
of war Tuesday afternoon. The deco
rations wetje awarded for Travery and
fidelity antrthe following officers and
men were the recipients:
Infantry Maj. James F. Hickey,
Lt. John J. Riley, Chaplain Lyman H.
Rodlins,-Sergts. Edward J. Bradley,
Hilton H. Maxim, Corps. 'James .F.
O'Toole, W.-W. A. Traf ton," Ernest
P. McCarthy, Oscar F. Durand, Pri
vates E, E. Barry, J. S. Ferry, George
W. McGinnes, Adelbert Bresnahan, J.
J. McKenzie. Earl Shea, H. L. Bailey.
Major G. J. Rau, Lts. C. E.
Lockart, A. F.t Oberlin. D, W.
Strickland. C. W. Comfurt, Chaplain
C. A. Petty, Capts. A. H. Criswold, C.
N Thompson, Sergt. O. T. Church,
Corps. J. R. ThornTey, John S. Petro,
F. W. Rosone, Privates E. L. Dion. J.
Tryon, Ray Moore, H. W. McLain,
Ernest Firth. J. T. Bird, H. J. MHan,
Ulysses R. Ijartouse, Jacob Levyt W.
R. Bolton, Patrick Malone, M. L.
Gogan, Andrew Mcllravey, Julius
Loryneck, William Pusnik, John C.
Curry, Arthur Bjornberg, J. F. Clark,
G. E, Stevens, G..C. Peckham, H. W.
Congdon, A. F. Sofia, A. C. Lugg, C.
E. Brundett, M. J. Ryan, S. A. Cosky,
W. F. Ashlay, It. J Shea
Field Artillery Maj. F. S. Perkins,
Lts. Thomas Sanders, T. G. Holt.
Sergt. H. M. McPhetus, Privates A.
Richars. E. W. Sewill, R. Ryers, W.
H. Mullon, Lts. T. R. Johnston, A.
W. Thompson, Daniel Willard, jr
Les H. Cover, Scrgts; J. A. Delmore,
A. D. Gustafson, ' Corps. Howard
Morse, H. J. MacDonaldF. D. Hur
rell, M. O. Kyne,. Privates II . R
iohnston, T. C. Perin, Vincent Polito,
lominic Paloskv, J. R, Madden W.
M. ' Proctor, T. J. Berry, E. E. Ber
nier, R. E. Clark, Charles Clapham,
Robert Cassie, John , F. . Brosnihan,
CBaplainW. J. Ferrelr.' Lts. J; C.
Davis Renville Wheat, Sergts, J.; H.
Broadhodd, Corps. E. . L. Veuadray,
Privates F. P. Gordon, E. H. Hobbs.
Engineers Sergt.. W.-C. Shea. '
Ammunition Train Corporal L. H.
Emery. .'.. ' . ' ,' ,-, "
Signal Corps Sergts. Robert Dun
das, Privates R. A. Balo, E, G. Gray,
H. E. Liming. - ' ,
Ambulance Train Wagoner J. D.
Murphy Privates"!. A. Mulhern, J. L;
"Ambulance company Semis. G.
W, Wilcox, G. C. NorVirope, J. S.
Holsneuner, J. a. Landry.
Wagbners R. R. Drury,. Wilbur J.
Hannon. , ..
Brazil Has Food Controller
Rio Janeiro, June 13. A food ton
troller Has been appointed to super
vise Brazilian exports,
1 A T-U Du
111 Gv AT-AIIVH UUelUIal
Not Been Turned for
Eastlof Lincoln, Nebraska
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aUil kaa .ktlUUt ek- rMf
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better and in less, time than heretofore. '
Confidence of American
People in General Foch
Unshaken, Declares Baker
Washington, June 13. Secretary
Baker's reply today to the state
ment of General von Stein,' the
Prussian wr minister, that the al
lied armies arefceaten, was:
That is the opinion of General
von Stein. The opinion of General
Foch, which is very much more im
portant, has not been heard. The
confidence of the American people ,
in General Foch remains unshaken."
TO PLACE CURB
New Rule to Limit Speeches
to One and Half Hours is
Voted JJown, 41
(By Aaeoclated Pr".
Washington, Jurie 13. The senate
today refused to limil debate during
After receiving information that
the president had not urged its adop
tion 4he senate voted down, 41 to 34,
a rule proposed by Senator Under
wood of Alabama, to cut short sen
ators' speeches. 4 ' ' " , '
Spirited debate marked considera
tion of the resolution, but in spite of
the determined opposition manifested
during hediscussion of the past few
days, supporters of the rule have been
confident of its adoption. When the
vote was taken , late today, however,
a dozen democratic senators unexpect
edly joinedthe majority of republi
can opposing jjhe measure.
Defeat e-r the resolution leaves in
full .force the cjoture rule adopted- a
year atfo.af ter the famous' filibuster
on th.e armed ship bill. That rule
provides for restriction of debate if
the .senate approves by a two-thirds
vote'a petition signed by 16 members.
Both Senators Hitchcock and Nor
ris of . Nebraska voted fori adoption of
the rule,! :
Child Labor Amendment
. To Constitution Proposed
Washington, June .Representa
tive Rogers of Massachusetts today
introduced a resolution proposing an
amendmerft to the-leerat Constitution
Rivinff'conress.. authority to, regulate
the: employmeht of .women and all
persons. under' the age of, 21 years.
; Placed Bosen Under Arrest.
; Edward. Rossen, ,- 2912. . South Fif
teenth street, was arrested Wednes
day night by Detectives 1 Danbaum
and -Van Dusen and is being held for
investigation. He is employed as a
clerk in the Nebraska Clothing
company. The detectives found Ros
sen in an automobile parked near the
Auditorium- durinc the Strher.
Zbyszko wrestling, match and police !
say that he had the motor started
preparatory to driving the car away.
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS '
Miss Frances W. Bell, student at
Central High, who underwent an op
eration for appendicitis at the Clark
son hospital, is improving. ,
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SIOUX CITY ;
BECOMES HEAD OF
DIG RAIL SYSTEM
Omaha Man' Appointed Gen
eral Manager of Northwest
ern Lines; Wakes Head-
quarters in Chicago.
Frank Walters, for many years gen
eral "manager of the Northwestern
lines west of the Missouri river, leaves
Omaha for Chicago tonight to take
up the duties of general manager of
the entire Northwestern system.
The appointment of the Omaha man
as operating head of the Northwestern
came rough S. G. Strickland, fed
eral manager, and is approved bysR.
H. Aishton. regional railroad dirertor
The new position places Mr. Walters
at the head of 9.000 miles of railroad
which connect Nebraska Wyoming,
that moat clearly
tage of cah
A verjK advantageous
manufacturer enables our
In pretty Silk
e lty , Taffetas,
Crepe de Chines,
Satins, etc., in all
the new shades.
L i n c n e Auto
Coat W o r t h
- $2.50. Our Spe
cial Cash Price,
vat . . i . . . $1.00
Misses' and Children's Middy
BlouieWorth 75c and $1.00.v
Our Special Cash Price Fri
day -i .. .49tf
. In the
Women's Black Vici and
Bronze Kid Pumns
An 8-bar patented
hrnnr.p stran slirmer. a
regular $4 seller. Cash price. .$2.45
Women's Patent One and Two-strap
Street' Slippers Splendid $3 values.
Hayden's Cash Price. . .$1.98
Women's Palm Beach and White Canvas
Leather Trimmed Sport Oxford---Witrr
rubber soles and heels r $2.-50 values.
Hayden's Cash Price ... . . $1.50
Misses' and Children's Kid and patent
Mary Jane Slippers $2.50 values. Hay
den's Cash Price
v- Colorado Spring? Finest itn" Largest Hostelry ,
j; rCHAS. A. SCHLbTTER,, Managed ;
, European Plan ; "VJ Restaurant Famed '
- 'In the center ef the city, surrounded
by fifteen acres of garden and park.
Goif,V Tennis, . Motoring Garage.
Turkish, Electric, Russian and .' Va
Booklet will be sent upon request:
v The Antlers Hotel
- , ; COLORADO SPRINGS, ; COLO.
Iowa. South Dakota. JXitmesota. Vis
consin and Illinois. , -
Mr. Walters - has been with the
Northwestern since he was a boy. For
the last ten years he has been gen
eral manager of the western lines with
headquarterrin Omaha. ,
The promotion of Mr. Walters
brings about numerous changes onrthe
western lines. Foj the present, at
least, the office of manager is abolish
ed. The du tines that have heretofore
been looked after by Mr Walters will
be handled by S. M Braden. Mr.
BradenTTas been superintendent offhe
lines w"est of the Missouri river, with
headquarters in Norfoljc. He will
come to Omaha as general superin
tendent. , (
the Nebraska division, becomes super-
intenaent,,witn neaaquarters m Nor
folk. - .
E. E. Nash, assistant general super
intendent at Boone, la., is named as
assistant to the federal manager in
Chicago and W. J. Towne, assistant
general manager to the lines east of
the Missouri river, is named as as
sistant to Genera Manager. Walters.
C. F. Dike becomes assistant gen
eral superintendent at Poone and
George Dailey is appointed to a simi
lar position, with headquarters at Hu
Beginning Monday,' June 17th and continuing for auramer month, thj atere WILL I
CLOSE AT S P.M, except faturdaya, when eloeing time will be T P. M. Our rata.
lar opening hour a uauaL .
THE CASH STORE
Silk Dress Bargains
cash purchase from a well
customers to select here Friday from
200 Really Classy
Dresses That Were Made
To Sell. To $20.00
Come in plain
and stripe ef
fects, in broad
range of styles
and in all sizes.
Women's and Misses' Summer Dresses All
new styles all sizes, 16 to 46; made to sell
up to $7.50. Our Cash Price Friday. .$2.95
rice cloth, worth
L i n e n e Auto
Coat i Regular
ly $3 and .
Cash Price, $1.95
Cash Price 49
TRY HAYDEN'5 FIRST -
Fall Again Candidate.
Washington, June 13. Although
he announced some months tigo that
he would not 'be' a candidate for re
election, Senator Fall, republican of
New Mexico, it become known today,
again, will seek the office at the - fall
election. , s . ,
may bring word to vacate
your present home, but
moving is n6t such a task
when turned over to us. .
Omaha Van Et
Htnrnfrn Co. J
Phone Doug. 4163. ;
806 S. 16th St. '
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cash price prev
alent In every de
partment of the
tore. Buy for
caih and aave. -
2 tq 14 years. -Worth
Our Special Cash Price
$3 Banded Panamas
Eight styles, one of which is illustrated.
Come neatly tailorecl with grosgrain
ribbon.. v VI'"' -
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This; Price Is For Friday Only
OOGfOR GIVES RECIFE
Well Known New York Physician
Gives Recipe for a Home-Hade H. Gray
Hair Remedy. ' " .-.
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A. L. Paulson. M. TJ . wlin ho.
ticed medicine in New York City, for '
many years, gave ott yie following
recipe for home-made gray hair rem-
edv: "Gray, streaked nn fa Ha1 Vieiw
can be immediately turned black,
brown -or light brown, whichever
shade you desire, by the following'
simple remedy that you can make at
home: - ' " : .
"Merely get a small box of Orlex
powder at any drug store. It costa
only 25 cents and n'o extras to buy.
Dissolve it in one ounce ,of water and '
comb it throiigh the hair. Full direc
tions for use come in each box.""
! "You need4iot hesitate to use Ori
lex, as a $100.00 gold bond comes-in '
each box guaranteeing the user that
Orlex does ribf. contain silver, lead
zmc.-sulohur, r.tercuryr aniline, coal
tar products, or their derivatives
ijyt doesjnot rub off, is not sticky
or greasy and leaves the hair fluffy.
It will make a gray-haired person look'
twenty years younger."! Adv. .
When ritmf ts Oar Ajrertistrt
Meatiea Seeing h b Tbf Bee
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