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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE SO, 1918.
OF OMAHA SHOWN
!N ARMOUR PLANT
R. C. Howe, Genera! Managcr
f or Packing Firm, Tells of
Expanding Business on
Two Live Wire Field Men x
Who Travel for The Bee
R. C. Howe, general manager of
Armour & Co., speaking of the
expansion' of trade of the Armour or
ganization, Saturday issued the fol
. lowing statement:
' .'"'"Armour & Co. have from year to
year m creased the line of food prod
ucts they have handled until at pres
ent they sell almost every commodity
in the food line."
"From an economic standpoint this
m great benefit not only to the con
1 signer, but to the producer, manufact
urer and retailer, as their system of
distribution has developed to such an
extent that they can handle all of
V these products at a minimum expense
through their branch house system
, sud car route departments in the dif
ferent sections of the country.
"Where they do not manufacture the
food products themselves, but buy
f-om .manufacturers and canners, they
. insist on a uniform product of first
quality, so it will be up to Armour
standard of products in other lines.
"Armour & Co. today are not
only a meat packing institution, but
they are general food purveyors, han
dling all kinds of food products.
"They desire, so far as possible, to
protect the retailer, both in quality
, and price, and their system of adver
tising, which coveres every field in
the United States, is of the greatest
value to the trade.
"Because of the great volume of
business that goes through their or
ganization, it can be readily seen thai
' this increased line of food products
can be handled at a minimum ex
Flag Raising to Be Held
At St. Mary's School Sunday
Flag raising exercises, at which a
service nag ot liu stars will be un-
veiled, will be held at St. Mary's
school Sunday night at 7 o'clock.
Archbishop J. J. Harty will be the
gtiest of the evening and will make
an address. A procession, led by a
military band, and which will include
the school children of St. Mary's
parish, who will carry the United
States flag, will form at Thirty-sixth
?ndr Q streets, and march to the
school hall to greet Archbishop
Another Protest Planned
Against Slaughter Houses
A large number of property owners
, living in the vicinity of Twenty-eighth
and M streets, are planning to attend
the meeting of the city council Mon
day to enter a protest against allow
ing the construction of a slaughter
house in the vicinity of their homes,
v 'They contend that the operation of
a slaughter; house in or near the reii
. denci - section would cause property
to .depreciate in value, and would in
.. volve considerable loss upon those
who have been to the expense of im
proving their property.
Card of Thanks.
n . We desireto express our deepest
gratitude to"the Royal Neighbors and
the many Friends who so kindly com
forted and aided us during the last
. illness and death of our Beloved
J. D., Burness
, - Alex Burness.
South Side Brevities
Telephone South 90V and order a case ot
Oma or Lacatonade the healthful, refreshing
Home Beverage, delivered to your residence.
Omaha Beverage Co
St Mary's court, of the Woman's Catholic
Order of Foresters, will hold a meeting
at St. Mary's school Monday night at ts
John Gamerl has returned to Garden City.
L. I., where he la in training. He visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gamerl, of
561J South Twenty-fourth street
All members of the Modern Woodmen of
America, camp No. 1085, are requested to
meet at the lodge hall Sunday afternoon
at 1 ' o'clock, to attend the funeral of
Neighbor Q. E. Bruce.
All persons having any bills against the
Serbian church at Thirtieth and S streets
will please mall them to F. Plechas, 2923
R street, who will present them at the
meeting of the church board on July 1 at
J p. m., as the church will settle with the
contractor, Carl Runner, at that time.
"The Cross and Golden Liberty Day" will
be celebrated Sunday by members of the
Serbian St. Nicholas lodge. The celebration
. Is similar to America's Independence Day
celebration. The day commemorates the
battle ot Kossova, in which the Serbtaji
. czar, Lazar, nnd the Turkish sultan, Murad,
Two loads of hogs, donated by patriotic
' Nebraska farmers were sold on the South
Side market Saturday, the proceeds going
to the home chapters of the Red Cross. A
-load of IS head from Ceresco netted
$858.89. and a load of 21 head from Wood
River netted - STT0.82. The Wood River
load was collected through the efforta of
E. S. Leavenworth and D. D. O'Kane.
Walter Johnson to Try
V Again to Obtain Office
Walter Johnson, civil engineer, with
offices in the Brandeis theater build
ing, has announced that he will file
as a candidate for the nomination for
governor on the republican ticket
Mr. Johnson was at one time a can
didate in the primary for nomination
for railroad commissioner on the re
publican ticket- He says in his an
nouncement: "The public is aware of
the fact that any person who will
question certain prevailing policies
will be maligned. I will refrain from
any personal attacks and hope the
other candidates will follow" the same
Deed Considerations for
: June Show $750,000 Gain
Considerations of deeds filed in the
office of Harry Pearce, register of
deeds, show a $750,000 gain for June
of 1918 over June of 1917, despite the
tact that the number of deeds filed
The comparative figures are as fol
June. 1M SI
June, 1117..., 643
June, 1818 .- $1,465,020.79
June, 1917 '. 667,465.23
1918,. a.w t.1.205
Brie) 0ty Nnos
dtAJ. Dowaov -
Here are two live wires who spread
the gpspel of The Bee in fowa and
Nebraska. And it was the fault of the
boys at home that their pictures were
not in the anniversary number of The
Bee, for they are two of the best
known men who travel for The Bee.
J. W. Reel has been Iowa representa
tive of the subscription department for
the last 16 years and S. M. Downer
has been "hitting 'er up" over the
plains of Nebraska for the last 10
ABANDON SPRING .
LAKE PARK PICNIC
Chairman Dean Ringer Flans
Fourth of July Joint Celebra
tion With Mandan
The Spring Lake park Fourjh of
July celebration committee, of which
Police Commissioner Dean Ringer is
chairman, has abandoned its plans for
a celebration in spring Lake park.
and will join with the Mandan park
committee in planning a joint cele
bration at Mandan park, according to
John C. Barrett, chairman of the
Mlndan park committee.
Exercises will be held at 7 p. m., at
which Andrew M. Morrissey of Lin
coln, chief justice of the Nebraska
Supreme court, will deliver the prin
cipal address. Col. John G. Maner
has announced that Colonel Hersey
of the Fort Omaha balloon school
will permit the soldiers of Fort Oma
ha to give the military retreat of the
flag, which includes the hauling
down of the flag and the firing of
cannon at sunset. x
Final arrangements for the cele
bration will be completed at a meet
ing of the joint committee at the
South Side city hall Monday night at
8 o'clock. Those on the committee
are: Chairman John C. Barrett. Roy
N. Towl, Joseph Koutsky, George H.
Brewer, M. P. Hinchey, J. C. V'ana,
Joseph Pipal, George Gribble, P. J.
Martin, Joseph Kopietz, W. E. Reed,
John Kramolishj John Hughes,
Thomas Koziol, Prank Helm, Frank
Richardson, Manley McCarthy, Henry
Rotholz, John Watkins, S. L. Winters,
W. W. Fisher, W. B. Fitzgerald. J. J.
Mahoney, John Flynn. J. J. Curtin,
William Curran, Wesley P. Adkins,
Dr. E. F. Shanahan, J. J. Parks,
Let Wrecking; Contract.
H. Gross of the H. Gross Lumber
and Wrecking company was awarded
a. contract by the Union Pacific Rail
road company to wreck the boiler
room and smokestack in the Union
Pacific yards. Work is to commence
Dr. Chas. Rosevrater has returned,.
II are Boot Prlut It .New Beacon Presa
Sues for Divorce Ida West has
filed suit for divorce from Kverctt
West In district court. She allege"
cruelty and non-support on the part
Rose Club Dance Host- olnb is to
Sive its second danWns party Tuesday
i evening at Liberty hall. 4408 South
' Tlilrtfpnth strpet. All xoMIpi-s' fi-l.n,u
fwlll be admitted free j
Spiegel Leaves Charles Spiegel,!
'employe of the Thomas t'usaok com-1
Ipany, left for Camp Funston Friday, i
ille was recently married to Miss!
I Sylvia Orloff of Uraiul Island, Xeb. I
llacotlos-Achlm I'loulc Tuil:iv Th. I
seventeenth Annua! pienie of the i
Hagodes-Achim, a Jewish society, will !
be held this afternoon At Hlbbler's'
park, Forty-fourth and Leaven worth.
Zlon Church Picnic- The Zion Ens- I
llsh Lutheran church save its annual !
Sunday school picnic Saturday afier- j
noon at Klmwood park. A program
ot games or various kinds was carried
Picnic Dnncr A picnic dance will
be given by the members of thy
Friendship club at Hanseom park on
Wednesday nk'ht. Supper will be
served at 7 p. m. Kain will not chancre
Federal Men Return United Slates
Marshal Flynn, United Slates Attor
ney Saxton and several deputies re
turned to Omaha Saturday from
North Platte wher, they have been
holding federal court.
Threshing Agent Is- Here The
threshing division of the food admin
istration in Nebraska, is represented
by J. W. Lamb. He has arrived in
Omaha and is working in conjunction
with G. W. Wattles' office.
Libraries at Parks Supervisor
Isaacson of the public playgrounds
wishes to establish small libraries for
children at tnc play centers. Those
who have discarded children's books
are requested to notify Mr. Isaacson
at the city hall.
Arrives Ovcrsens George F. Com
stock. Forty-ninth and Spalding
streets, has received a message from
his son, W. S. Comstock, relating that
he has arrived overseas with Fhoto
section No. 4. Young Comstock en
listed last December.
Manufaetnrers to Picnic The an
nual outing of the Omaha Manufac
turers' association will be some time
in July. The exact date has not been
set, but it will probably be the third
week of that month. R. L. Wilder,
chairman of the entertainment com
mittee, is working on a program.
Editor to the Colors Eugene N.
Strahl, editor and owner of the Ral
ston Industrial, a weekly printed at
Ralston, left Friday with the Sixth
district draft contingent going to Fort
Kiley. htrahl gave up a growing busi
ness to answer the call to the colors.
His wife will care for the newspaper
and Job printing ofllce during his ab
sence, t '
Sues for $5,000 Marvin A. Lehr
has brought suit for $5,000 damages
In district court against the Yellow
Cab and Garage company, alleging
Polish Star Here In Person
and On Screen
Charles Peasinger After
Municipal Court Judgeship
Charles W. Peasinger, member of
the law firm of Rosewater, Cotner &
Peasinger, intends to make a try for
one of the municipal court judgeships.
As an indication of that ambition he
has circulated petitions to have his
name appear on the primary ballots
on August 20.
George Holmes, one of the present
judges of this court, also is prepar
ing petitions for the primary.
illiam J. (Billy) Norman is telling
his friends that he will file for countv
j commissioner. The county board has
not yet announced the new boundaries
of the commissioner districts.
W. E. Reed Made Chairman
Of City Mission Board
The board of trustees of the Omaha
City Mission met at the mission hall
Saturday afternoon at luncheon and
a business meeting.
W. E. Reed was elected chairman
of the board.
Among those present were: Messrs.
H. J. Striling, Walter Jardine. Gould
Dietz. Randall K. Brown, W. K. Reed,
C. E. Reynolds and C. H. Withcy.
Seymour Lake Club
To Stage'Sham Battle
And Dance on July 4
Some tall doings at the Seymout
Lake club on the day we celebrate.
The Glorious Fourth will be ob
served with a military gymkana, bal- ,
loon racing, hippodrome events an2
one big grand feed of the things in
quantities permitted by Mr. Hoover, (
red lemonade indluded, if enough
sugar ran be scared up for the sweet
The celebration will begin at 2:30
and"last until 6:30. The most thrill-. -ing
stunt will be a bayonet combat,
the capturing of a camouflaged fort '
ands the shooting of a "spy." Then
the attacking forces will cut the en
emy's entanglements and call the war
a day's work and quit.
Balloon and hippodrome races will
be interspersed and at 6:30 the dinner
horn will be sounded and the note?
of the same prolonged until 8:30.
Those participating will be fed in
relays, while the orchestra plays a
intervals. " . r
Dancing from 8 to 11:45 p. m.
Mine. Olga l'etrova, the eminent
Polish stage and screen star, who is
making an extensive tour of the
United States, speaking in behalf of
the war savings stamp campaign, will
be in Omaha Tuesday, July 2.
During Mine. Petrovia's stay of one
day in Omaha, patrons of the Rialto
theater will have the pleasure of see
ing and hearing the great actress in
person and on the screen in her very
latest Petrova production, "Tempered
Steel," the feature picture on the
Rialto program for the first four days
of this week, begnning today.
Mmc. Petrova will also ypeak at
the Strand theater during the day.
that through their carelessness he
was permanently injured in a collision
between a motorcycle he was riding
and an automobile owned by the firm,
at Eighteenth and Cass streets on
Legal Notice The annual meeting
of the shareholders of the Nebraska
Savings and Loan Association will be
held in he Association's office, 211
South ISth street, Saunders-Kennedy
building, Omaha, Nebraska, Wednes
day, July 3, 1918 at 8 p. m. Polls
for election of three directors open at
12 o'clock noon and close at 8 p. m.
on the same day. , John It. Brandt,
Fine llreplnce goods at Sunderlands.
Monday Specials at Kinney's
that will put money right
back into your pocketbook
Special lot of Women's Gray
Kid Oxfords, fancy heels;
were $4.48, Special for
Airman Killed by Fall.
Houston, Tex., June 29. Second
Lt. Edmund R. Cole of Jersey City,
N. J., was killed when his airplane
crashed to the earth one mile north
west of Ellington field late last night.
Men's Regulation Army Shoes, just like our
Sammies wear, at .
Sizes 1 to 5V4,
values up to
Monday, Only -
G. R. KINNEY CO
205-7-9 North 16th St.
Hotel Loyal Bld.
White and colored
voiles and organdy
dresses, - also ging
ham dresses and two
piece wash suits, all
in one lot for this
sate. Values, $7.00 to
iv n v- rszxtivn
a mm mm
crops and' taffeta
ards, etc., all dresses
from our regular
stock. Values $16.50
Starts Monday morning at 8:30, and in order to make room for winter and fall garments that' are
arriving earlier than usual, we have decided to let loose of every summer and spring garment now
on hand at sacrifice prices, and we urge you to be on hand early and get' your best choice, as the
garments will be marked so low that they will not last long!
500 Women's and Misses' High Grade SPRING COATS
500 beautiful Spring Coats in Silks and Wool, some of them Y2 and all lined, make good Fall coats
and in this sale you can buy them for less than the material is worth.
Values to $12.50
Values to $18.50
CLEAN SWEEP SALE ON
The entire spring stock of suits wil
be divided Into four lots as follows:
LOT 1 Silk and wool
suits, were $19.50, now
LOT 2 Silk and wool
suits, were $27.50, now
LOT 3 Silk and wool
suits, were $39.50, now
LOT 4 Silk and wool
suits, were up to $49.50,
Women's and Misses'
CLEAN SWEEP SALE ON
All White Skirts are reduced
to 33 1-3 per cent
$1.50 Skirts at....; 85c
$1.98 Skirts at $1.48
$2.98 Skirt3 .at $2.45
$3.98 Skirts at $3.45
$4.95 Skirts at $3.95
$5.95 Skirts at $4.95
Clean Sweep Sale Prices
Our entire stock of up-to-date
smocks ad new, clean
stock, just arrived and will
be placed on sale at three
Values to $27.50
Values to $32.50
$23.75 I $29.50
Values to $39.50
Values to $45.00
Silk and. Wool
Clean Sweep Sale Prices
Every Hweatcr Coat la tbii
tock reduced ts per cent.
I7.AS Sweater CC QC
t'oU, at J.M
S10.B5 Sweater ' tS QC
CooU at 90J9
Krr. $io.85 4
12.50 Sweater C1Q 7C
Coats, at XO.Ia
t4.S to $t1.50 01 CC
8 neat era, at .?JU09
CLEAN SWEEP SALE ON
Silk and Serge Dresses of the highest
grade are reduced
i are reduced now rf n a fjr
$24.50 to ......tJJ,l-.0
of the highest
Silk and Serge Dresses of the
grade are reduced now
from $29.50 to
Silk and 8erge Dresses
grade are reduced now
from $39.00 and $45.00
CLEAN SWEEP SALE ON
500 beautiful Georgette Crepe Waists that were bouffht to retail
10 yv.ao me eniire stocK will be placed
on sale in 2 great lots.
$3.95 1 1:$4.95
One Table Full of High
Priced Lingerie Wai3ts,
worth $2.93, at
All the higher grade
cut down accordingly.
of Lingerie Waists
S. E. Comer 16th and Douglas.
ri WS - .. . ' - 1 ia-aaaasiBa
The Popular Price Shoe Store
CLEAN SWEEP SALE ON
All Silk and Wool Skirts re
duced from $1.00 to $5.00, accord
ing to prices .
$5 to $6 Skirts, ,
$7jto $8 Skirts,
$10 to $12.50 Skirts,
$13.85 to $16.50
Wash suits, skirts and Jackets, pice tailored
and embroidery work trim.
mmg, bought to sell
for $12.50, at,
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