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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919.
WEST LAWN CEMETERY
Beautiful, modern park plan earn.
ttn aeeeesible to Oraaha'i beat resi
dence section. Family lota on partial
payment at timt of burial Telephone
Walnut 820 and Dtrag-la, tit. OuMrei
automobilt la at roar ervfoa,
WEST LAWN CEMETERY
Mth and Center. Office 15ta A Harney.
Your Liberty Bonds
Will be accepted here at full mar
ket value in exchange for mer
chandise. Hayden Bro.
Butters Bound Ovej
to District Court on a
Charge of Delinquency
Albert Butters, photographer in
1306 North Twenty-fourth street,
was charged with aiding and abet
ing in the delinquency of children
in police court today. He waived
preliminary hearing and was bound
over to the district court on a $2,000
The comnlaint wa filed bv Leo
Rosenthall of the Jewish Welfare
board, who alleges that Butters
aided in the delinquency of Rosie
Lukaski, 2044 North Twenty-second
street. The little girl is 13 years of
age. Her father has been dead a
Butters was bound over to the
district court on December, 31 on a
$2,000 bond. He was charged with
having obscene literature in his pos
session. He, pleaded guilty to this
Police allege that he is connected
with a national organization, com
posed largely of photographers, who
prey on the minds of the youth by
the use of obscene pictures and literature.
Seek Judgment of $3,000
on Heal Estate Mortgage
Hiram H. Itnyer filed suit against
Alex and Annie Grant and Armour
Packing company to recover judg
ment for $3,000 on a real estate mort
gage. The Armour company also
has a judgment against the prop
erty, but the plaintiff alleges that the
lien of this judgment is subject to
his lien. 4
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Vz Off Our Entire Stock Vs
that carry away all profit, but we know they'll reduce our stock to
normal, and provide clothing lor hundreds at a saving beyond one's
expectations-that's the reason for our
, big; interesting and stupendous
our entire stock of
Men's and Young Men's
Furnishings. Shoes, etc.
has felt the effect of the price shears nothing omitted all must be sold
Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats
priced Joreasy buying and quick selling
$20 and $22.50 Suits and Over- fc 1 J. 7C
coats, now plt I o
$25 and $27.50 Suits and Over- vtfc 1 7 JC
coats, now P
$30 Suits and Overcoats, ' $19 75
$35 and $87.50 Suits and Over- ioA 7C
coats, now. v. 1 -V
$40 and $45 Suits and Over- k9Q AC
coats, now: JetaWKJ
ShirU, Soft and Stiff Cuf f
All $1.50 Shirts
All $2.50 Shirts
All $3 and $3.50 (1 AO
Shirts now . . . . .9l&0.
All $1 Blue Cham- 7C
bray Working Shirts
All $5 and $6 Army t?9 AO
Flannel Shirts, now
All $3.50 and $4.00 tfO yQ
Flannel Shirts, now p.40
Our Entire Stock' of Boys' and Children's
, Suits and Overcoats to be Sold at
y$ Former Price, Nothing Reserved
All $0:00 Suits and O'coats, now . $3.98
All $7.50 Suits'arid O'coats, now. $498
' All $9.00 Suits and O'coats, now. $5.98
All $10.00 Suits and O'coats, now $6.98
All $12.50 and $15 Suits an O'coats, now $8.98
500 Dozen Men's Hose Per Pr J2c
almost given away
All $1.50 Neckwear, now $1.00
All $1.00 Neckwear, now 50c
All 50c Neckwear, now 35c
All 35c Neckwear, now 19c
Men's Shoes-Values Unparalleled
You need look no further, as we have
placed all our $5 and $6
shoes in one lot and marked
Men's Odd Trousers
in heavy weights for winter wear. Now
B that cold "weather is with us, every man
jj should be fortified with an extra pair of
H trousers. ,
All our $2.50 Trousers, now. $1.48
All our $3.00 Trousers, now $1.98
All our $3.50 Trousers, now. . . . ,$2.48
All our $4.00 Trousers, xiow.' $2.98
All our $5.00 Trousers, now. . . . .$3.48
All our $6.50 Trousers, now. .". . .$4.48
Men's Union Suits
in sizes for both the slight and stout person.
STILL HOLD ALL
FRONTS IN UFA
Thousands of Russian Fugi
tives Joining Organizations
in Finland for Offensive
Against Bolsheviki. -
Washington, Jan. 3. Czechoslo
vak and co-operating Russian
troops are still holding all fronts
in the Ufa region, according to in
formation 1 reaching the State de
partment today. English armored
trains end French troops were sent
from Ufa to support the extreme
On December 26. a belated dis
patch says, bolshevik forces broke
through the line at Binsk, 25 miles
from Ufa, but no red guards at that
time had appeared at Ufa. Between
the 26th and 28th of December the
Siberian army at Perm had taken
31,000 prisoners, 120 guns, a large
number of machine guns, 30 auto
mobiles, nine armored trains and
the entire bolshevik supply train.
The entire loss of the red army, ac
ccrditf thest advces.is estimat
ed at 90,000.
The Russia tnne4er in
charge of the Siberian awwy was
Lieutenant General Pepiliev, 28'
years old, who was a private sol
dier when the European war began.
Swedish press -reports fro Hel
singsfors state that great enthus
iasm prevails there in support of the
relief enterprise for Esthonia, 10,000
volunteers have registered, and the
first expedition having left for Es
thonia, December 30. Thousands of
bourgeoise Russian fugitives are ar
riving in Finland to form troop de
tachments for an offensive against
the bolsheiki. ,
Reports from Reval say Esthon
ian ships- bombarded and silenced
enemy batteries in the villages of
Kolga and Wakko and detachments
landed and cleared the peninsulas of
Jumindan and Aperi'spea
The result of municipal elections
at Vladivostok December 29, ac
cording to a report reaching the
State department today, resulted in
a victory for the nonsocialist ele
ment, which gained a full majority
of the municipal council.
Man Who Robbed Baggage
Sentenced to State Prison
North Platte, Neb., Jan. 3. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Chester If. Smith,
who was arrested several weeks age
for robbing a U. P. baggage car of
which he was -Jn charge and
claimed that he Trad been struck
with an iron barjnd robbed, pleaded
guilty of the theft in district court
this week and received a sentence in
the penitenitiary of from one to
cvn vara Smith is 21 vears of
Lage and was a resident of Eddyville.
Norfolk Boy Reported
Killed in Action, Oct. 8
Norfolk, Neb., Jan. -3. (Special
Telegram.) Henry Winter of Nor
folk, who was reported missing in
action October 8th, is reported in
an official telegram today as having
been killed in action. ,
Iowan Honored by Gideons.
Chicago, Jan. 3. Announcement
of the election of A. B. T Moore of
Cedar Rapids, la., as naflonal sec
retary of the Gideon society was
made here today.
All $2.50 Union Suits, now $1.98
All $3.50 Union Suits, now. $2.48
All $5.00 Union Suits, now $3.98
All $7.50 Union Suits, now .... .$4.98
II CLOTHING COMPANY
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ROSE MELVILLE'S BIG SUCCESS
Matt. Sun., Wed. and Sat.
HARRY, CLAY BLANEY'S
Lateat Comedy Succe
"The Uokfssed Bride"
If you laughed at "Twin
Beds" and "Fair and
Warmer," you'll yell
at this one
Mats., 25c-50c. Nitaa. 50o7Bc-$1.00
s Laat Two Timea.
WILBUR MACK CO., "MARRIED
via WIRELESS;" DAISY N ELLIS and
MATINEE TODAY, 2:15
TONIGHT at 8
Next Week Leona La Mar; Henry B.
Toonter St Co.; Tba Miaaaa Campbell
and Excellent BUI.
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Council of' Defense
Handled tyany Cases
During Term of Office
- From t Staff Correspondent.
Lincoln, Jan. 2. (Special.) In
dosmg its duties the state council
of defense has prepared its report
in which it sets "forth the work per
formed during its term of office.
During the life of the council
numerous cases of sedition and dis
loyalty on the part of alien enemies
were deait with. This was espe
cially the case during the fore p'art
of the war. These cases were prin
cipally mushroom socialists; for
eign born people whose 'Americani
zation has been neglected; advocates
of internationalism; clergymen of
foreign soul and body, and many
others who failed to adjust their;
thoughts and action! to the standard
demanded of American citizenship.
As tM work of the council progress
ed the need of a more stringent sedi
tion law became urgent, and such t
law was passed at a special session
of the legislature in April, 1918.
Credit is given by the council for
efficient co-operation on the part of
many associations, especially the
women's committees under the jur
isdiction of Prof. Sarka B. Hrbkova
Negro Bound to District
Court on Murder Charge
Vnrth Nph Tan .VfSnff-
cfrl Telegram.) Amos Bush, col
ord. whn wa arrested Sundav.
charged with the killing of George
rirs also colored, at ms preliminary
hearing in the county court this
aflrnnnri was bound over to the
district court without bond. Milton
Prown, colored, who was arrested
last week for stealing a $700 diamond
ring from rooms m the Liberty Inn,
was tried this afternoon in county
court and bound over to the district
court on $2,000 bond.
Mexican Laborer Killed
by Son of Fellow Workman
North Platte, Neb., Jan. 3. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Eusilio . Tone, a
Mexican labor of Hershey, was ac
cidently killed this afternoon by the
12-vpar-nM son of a fellow laborer.
Thv were nrenarinor for hunting
trip and Tone had loaded a gun and
handed it to the boy who was ex
amining the trigger when the gun
Laat Four Time
I, 3, 7, 9 P. M.
An Edlaon Super-Feature
Balcony, 15c. Orcheatra, 28c.
Sunday: Mildred Harrie (Mra. Charlie
Chaplin) in "BORROWED CLOTHES"
fbtai M Presents'
"Too Many Millions."
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Ravue Da Vofue
3 And Three Other Acta
In "Hie Bonded Wile."
"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER"
Dally Mata. 1S-2S-50C
Jacoba and Jfrroon'a La teat Crase,
The Sporting Widows burlesque
la Mirthful Mualcal Myth.
Uerrw fAAnav And a Clever Coterie of
nirrj tOOper us0CUte.; many favor,
itea. Beauty Chorua of Widow a Craaa,
War and Otherwiae.
LADIES' DIME MATINEE WEEK DAYS
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
SOUTH SEA ISLES
Spcctacle Ever Filmed
A f r?eMtNDOu5
TALE OF FAST
HOPSfS. PLYING RSTS
BcAUTIFUL WOMEN, NOW
PROOUCCO WITH ALL THfr
WORLD FOR ITS STACC-
CHmREMT FROM TUB USUAL
TEA DANCES "
Saturday Afternoons, A to 6 ,
l Monday and Saturday Evenings, 11 to 12:30
"Barf Suit! Me"
Savings here now you can't afford to miss.
We are featuring values now, just before inventory
that will really surprise you.
The reputation of our
clothing is too thoroughly
known to go into lengthy
descriptions. We simply
state that all broken lines
of Men's and Young Men's
Suits and Overcoat models
that sold from $22.50 to
$35.00 are now marked at
two special prices
A great number of
these fine garments
are the celebrated
The House of
Underwear Sale s-
All Winter Underwear, union v..
and two-piece styles, cotton, wool
and mixtures. Surjerior and Vas-
sar makes, are now offered you -5
- The high cost of cotton and woolen yarns and the big advanca
of the finished garments should malts this offer interesting.
1415 Farnam Street
mad not alone) for com
fort and look, but wear
in hard erric aa well-
yea, and of carefully
lected and tanned leath
er.. All at FRY
which - mean a saving la
foot-wear at all timet.
Men find an equal aatU
faction la buying their
Household Goods, etc.
will be safe in our FIRE
and the cost of storage is
cheaper than rent.
OMAHA VAN &
Phone Douglas 4163
806 So. 16th St
Your Liberty Bonds
WiU be accepted here at full mar
ket value in exchange for mer
chandise. Harden Bro.
WEST LAWN CEMETERY
Beautiful, modern park plan ceme
tery aeeeaaihle to Omnha'e beat resi
dence eection. Family lota on partial
payment at time of burial Telephone
Walnut 820 and Douflae R29. Our free
automobile la at your aervice.
WEST LAWN CEMETERY.
Mth and Center. Office 15th Harney.
Bee Want Ads are the Best Busi
IIW, XX2Zi, I'ECfi
surely did relieve
Pack up some Resinol Ointment in '
his "old kit bag." Nothing is too good
for him, and he will need it "over
there'' where exposure, vermin, con
tagions, and the exigencies of a soldier's
life cause all sorts of skin irritation,
itching, sore feet and suffering.
Retlnol Ointment itopa itchtnt aJmoet Instantly.
It heali little eorea before they can become eta
onaa. It assures akin comfort.
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