Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 09, 1920, Page 3, Image 3
THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH 9. 1920. Lincoln Bureau of The Omaha Bee G. 0. P. NOMINEE F 0 R GOVERNOR BIG QUESTION Declination of E. E.-Youngs, Favored by Nonpartisan League, Renews Inter est in Polities'. . Lincoln, March 8 (Special.) The declination of E. L. Youngs, en dorsed by the state convention of the the Nonpartisan league to become a candidate for the republican nom ination for governor, has awakened renewed interest in the campaien and with so many getting into the fight there is much speculation as to the result, Five men have already filed for the republican , nomination, Governor McKelvie for renoniination, Senator Adam McMullen of Gage county, Representative II. J. McLaughlin of Mall county, former Congressman E. M. Pollard of Cass county, pres ent member of the constitutional convention, and Railway Commis sioner Thomas L. Hall of Lancaster county. The withdrawal of , Mr. Youngs 1- .1. .. .:...:.. .. the air." By the endorsement of that individual by the Nonpartisan league convention it was generally understood that neither of the five men who had filed for the republican nomination were satisfactory to the. league. The question now is: Will they quietly concentrate their vote on the most acceptable or will they go into the democratic primary if someone should file for the demo cratic nomination for governor more acceptable than any of the above live? . But once before, in 1916, has there been as many candidates for the nomination as now. In that primary, A. L. Sutton of Omaha, C. J. Miles of Hastings, Walter A. George of Lincoln, William Madgett of Hast ings and Samuel R. McKelvie of Lincoln, were candidates. Chance to Figure. The vote in the primarv- was is follows: Sutton, 30,902; McKelvie, .30,097; Miles. 20,020; George, 8,420, -uaagett, s.ujy. (- In the last election there were but two candidates for the republican nomination for governor, S. R. Mc Kelvie and Walter Johnson of Oma ha. McKelvie received 46,375 votes and Johnson, 18,308. With these figures before them the candidates can get out their pencils and see where they are at. Nonpartisans Will Have Congressman In Race in Nebraska Oxford, Neb., March 8. (Special telegram.) At a meeting of mem bers of the Nonpartisan league of the Fifth corfgressional district, held here, E. W. Reed of Halgler, Dundy county, was endorsed as the league candidate for congress. C. E. Neu- baurer of Orleans, Harlan county, was endorsed as the league candi date for the state senate. Norfolk, Neb., March 8. The Third congressional district conven tion of the Nonpartisan league, meet ing here, decided not to endorse a candidate tor me ipru at, primary election. Instead a committee was Selected to decide the future course of hte league iu this district After the primary, it was announced, it will De decided whetner to endorse one of the old party nominees or select a new candidate by petition, Nebraska Joins in . fight to Sustain New Dry Amendment Lincoln, March 8. (Special.) Nebraska will join with other states in the legal proceedings to keep the state of Rhode Island from winnmg its case against orohibition. This is the message sent by Attor ney General Davis in response to a letter received by him from Charles E. Hucrhes in charge of the defense proceedings. - . r Nebraska joined in the former brief andthe letter of Mr. Hughes asked if the state would again join in the filing of an answer to the brief filed by Rhode Island. In..his letter Mr. Hughes said, in part P, A. Barrows. Correspondent"" New Improvements For Lincoln State Institutions Plan Lincoln, Neb., March 8. (Special Telegram.) At a joint meeting of representatives of the Chamber of Commerce, State Fair association and State university, plans were completed to improve conditions at the state institutions here. A program of improved car serv ice from the university campus to the state farm, thence to the fair grounds and back to the university was approved. New entrances to the fafr grounds will be constructed before the tall exposition. i Several blocks of ground adjoin- j mg the downtown university campus were obtained and new dor mitories will be constructed. CHARTER DIET MAY AUTHORIZE NEW STRIKE LAW Proposal Introduced Author izing Commission to Pass Upon Industrial Contro versies in State. Man Arrested In Omaha For Auto Theft Sentenced Lincoln, Neb., March 8. (Spe cial.) Emil Peterson, whose real name' is Jackson, pleaded guilty in district court this morning to a charge of purchasing a stolen auto-4 mobile. He was sentenced to 18 months in the penitentiary. He was arrested in Omaha for the theft of an automobile belonging to John J. Gillitan of Lincoln, February 13. Grammer Appeals Decision In Habeas Corpus Case Lincoln, March 8. (Special.) An appeal from the district court of Lancaster county in the habeas corpus proceedings issued in behalf of Allen Vincent Grammer has been made in supreme court and briefs filed Monday Petitions for Howell for Committeeman Are Filed T.inrnln. Neb.. March 8. (Soe- rial Vntirs netitions have been filed here for R. B. Howell of Oma ha on the republican primary bal lot for national committeeman. Mr. VTnurpll has served in this caDacitV previously. C. A. McCloud of York is also out for tins omce. Lincoln, Neb., March 8. Power to create an industrial commission to pass upon controversies between employers when "the public welfare is affected" and to enact law against interruption in production and dis tribution of essential commodities, would be given the legislature by a proposed new article introduced in the state constitutional convention here. The convention discussed the use of water 3& it relates to water for irrigation and natural use and in committee of the whole declared that its us wa a natural want and that every stream should be dedicated to that use. It gives the right to divert the water of all natural streams for public use and when the water from any such natural stream is not sufficient for all desiring it that preference shall be given to domestic and agricul tural uses over manufacturing in terests. " Hopes of "Booze Hounds" in Nebraska Are Shattered Lincoln, Neb., March 8.-rGovern-mcnt permits to druggists to sell in toxicating liquor on doctors' pre scriptions will not be issued in states where liquor sales under them would be in violation of state law, accord ing to a letter received by Gov. Samuel R. McKelvie from Internal Revenue Commissioner Daniel C. Rntifr. His letter was a resnonse to ar request from the governor not to permit tne issuance 01 sucn permus in Nebraska, which is "bone dry" by state law POLICE ARREST MEN WHO LEAP FROM STOLEN CAR Third Man Escapes in Auto f Stolen From Gretna Farmer. Cowed by shots fired at them by Chief of Detectives Dunn shortly after noon yesterday -at Nineteenth and Cuming streets, two men gave themselves up, after making a thrill ing leap from a speeding stolen au tomobile. A third man escaped east on Cum ing street with the car, and is still at large. Detectives are hot on his trail, armed with riot guns, and un der orders to catch him. r The automobile belongs to H. XV. Oldrod, Gretna, Neb., farmer. Chief Dunn fired a volley of revolver shots at the two men before they stopped and threw up their hands in surrender. At central police station, the men fave their names as Morris Furst, 412 North Twenty-fourth street, and Ed Holz, 2924 South Twenty second street. The auromobile was stolen but an hour previous at Twentieth and Far nam streets. Chief Dunn was on his way from his home to the police station when he passed the car and recognized it. The two men evidently recognized him at the same time and leaped from the speeding machine in a vain effort to e&cape. Qualifications of Marriage Discussed By Presbyterians "What is the chief qualification of the marriageable woman?" inquired the Rev. J. M. Wilson, pastor of the North Presbyterian church, address ing his question to the men of his congregation. Answers to the question, written on small slips of paper and unsigned, were read by the Rev. Mr. Wilson. They were numerous and varied, "A marriageable woman must havt good health, a winsome spirit and a sympathetic nature; she must be real, not camouflage," read one answer, which was typical of a dozen more. This week the women of the church will be given a chance to tell the chief qualifications of th mar riageable man and the answers will be read at the services next Sunday. Bee Want Ads Produce Results. Former Armenian General ' Speaks at High School James Arrol,-former general in the Armenian army, spoke to Cen tral High school students yester day afternoon in the school auditor ium on the near cast question. Mr. Arrol, an American, has been a globe-trotter and was one of the two members of the American mis sion to Armenia. With a nephew of former Secretary of State Lansing lie was on a mission to Russia when the bolshevists started their government. - ' . ' J Bank Clearings In Omaha "J.. Again Break All Record N- All previous records in bank clear ings were shattered again yesterday when the Omaha Clearing house an nounced that clearings totaled $2V 666,664.56. Saturday's , clearing!. which totaled. $20,512,022.28, was ! . me mgnesi xoiai rcacnea until yet- terday. Robert B. Miller Appointed Assessor in Garfield County Burwell, Neb., March 8. (Spe cial.) Phillip C. McKenzie, county assessor of Garfield county, Jias re signed owing to ill health, and Rob ert B.. Miller, who has been precinct assessor in Burwell, has been ap pointed to fill the vacancy. Cifculate Petitions for Geo. Jackson for Governor Superior, Neb., March 8. (Spe cial Telegram.) Petitions for George Jackson for governor are being circulated here. He was a resident here before moving toNel- mm "mm m "You will observe that in the bill ofvcomplaint brought by the state of Rhode Island the validity of the 18th amendment is challenged sole ly by reason of its nature; that is, upon grounds that such an amend ment could not validly be made and not uoon Grounds that if such an amendment could properly be made, It was not duly adopted. ' " Fire in Repair Shops of Lincoln Traction Lines Lincoln, Neb., March 8. (Spe cial.) Fire at the repair shops of the Lincoln traction company Jtarted at 1 a. m. today, causing 520,000 damages, all of which is cov ered by insurance. The flames to tally destroyed the barns and one street car. Origin of the fire is be lieved to have been an overheated stove. Former Omaha Woman Dies At College View, Aged 79 Mrs. B. M. Willsey, 79 years old, formerly of Omaha, died last Fri day at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Kinney, College View, Neb. 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Bargain Square Basement Assorted Wash Goods 69c Worth 8$c to i.jo, Special, per yard, at These remnant Include silk mixed foulards, tussah silks, plain and fancy voiles and mar quisettes; wonderful values, worth from 85c to 1.50 per yard, special, at 694 Bargain Square Main Towels Worth jpc and 49c )K 1 Special, at About 200 dozen Turkish and huck towels; full - bleached; hemmed ends; soft and absorb ent quality; size 17x34 and 18x36 inches. For Tuesday only, at 25s Bargain Square Main Silk Camisoles Worth j.jo, QQ Special, at These silk camisoles come In all sizes, in several pretty styles. They are trimmed with lace, and are worth much more than the price asked. Offered very spe cially for Tuesday, at 99J Bargain Square Basement Pink Union Suits Regular 1.00 values, 7Qf Special, at ' 57C These are of fine cotton: ton; sleeveless; taped cuff knee tvies: slzea 36 to 44: regular 1.00 values; very special, for Tuesday, at, per suit 79 Bargain Square Basemen? Girls9 Sweater Coats Worth 1.25 to 1.69, QQ Special, at w These little sweater coats are for girla from 2 to 6 years old. There are many different and pretty little styles, and are worth much more than the price at which they are offered. Spe cial for Tuesday, at ' 88 Bargain Square Basement White Canvas Boots Regular 4.00 values 1 Qt Special, at L'& They have the rubber or leather soles; military or low sleeveless; taped cuff knee heels; lace style only. A few pairs soiled but the majority fresh and new. Sizes 3 to 8 Worth 4.00, special, for Tuesday, at, per pair 1.95 Bargain Square Basement Boys9 Overalls 89c Worth i.2j, Special, at There are 50 -dozen of these overalls' for the little boys from 2 to S years old; all are of good quality khaki cloth and trimmed In fed galatea. Specially priced -for Tuesday only, at 894 Bargain Square Basement A Very Special Sale of Lace Curtains - , On the Basement Bargain Squares We offer in this sale a very special mill purchase of thousands of pairs of lace curtains. The values are wonderful ; in every case the prices represent a saving of almost one-half. In order to truly appreciatejhis sale, make a visit to other drapery departments and compare our prices on the same quality curtains. Do your Spring buying while such unusual values are offered. - ' : ' Odd Lace Curtains. 49c Only 1,000 at this Price Splendid quality; 2. yards long; many tan be matched; very special, in this sale, each, at 49t Lace Curtains Worth 2.50 Per Pair at 1.50 85a pair's; 2tf and 3 yards long; attractive designs in white, cream and beige; special, for this sale, at, per pair . 1.50 Nottingham and Filet Curtains Worth 3.98 Per Pair at 2.50 1,000 pairs; 2 and 3 yards long; extra wide; durable qualities; special, at 2.50 Filet and Marquisette , , Curtains 3.50 Worth 5.98 Per Pair at 700 pain; 2 and S yard, long; beautiful patterns in plain and all-over designs; special, for this sale, at, per pair 3,50 Brandeis Stores basement East. Drugs V and Toilet Goods Pain Olive Soap, special, per bar, at . 84 Jetnm straw hat dye, all colors, special, at 19 Tuesday is Notion Day 0. K. T. and sllkene crochet cot ton, white and colore, per ball 10 Men's collar bands, t for 25 Sanitary aprons, each, at 25' Paper shopping bags, each at lOe Real human hair sets, special, at per dozen, 1.25 J. P. Coats thread, 250-yard . spool, at 10 J. P. Coats thread, 100-yard spool, at 5 Wooden coat hangers, each 5 12-yard bolts of bias tape, per bolt 25s Stocking feet, per pair 10t Basting thread, large spools, 8 for 25s Inside skirt belting, yard 10 Dr. Parkers waists, each 39 Gray Jersey covered bnst forms, all sizes and perfectly propor tioned, regular 2.50 values, special, at 1.25 Bargain Square Main Bargain SquareMain Ponds' cold or vanishing cream, 25c size, special, at 15 Cntex manicure preparations, 35c size, special, at , 29 One fcrand hospital cotton, spe. clal, at 49 Dn Jardin almond cream, 3&c size, special, at 19 Taldona tooth paste, worth 25c, special, at 14 Milk of Magnesia Norwich, 80c size, special, at 18 Horlick's Malted Milk, IM sise, special, at v 83 lady Mary, face ponder, 50c size, special, at 39 Gem razor blades, package of seven, worth 60c, special 39 Women 9s Hose Worth joc and 75c oe Special, at Women's cotton and lisle black hosiery, In seamless and seam back; double soles and garter tops; seconds of the reg ular 50c and 59e hose, special, for Tuesday only, at, ' per pair 25 Bargain Square Basement C'B Corset Special, At 99c This Is an especially good me dium or low bust and medium hip corset; of strong white coutil material, with two pairs of hose supporters attached; very special, for Tuesday only, " , 99 BargainSquare Basement Women 9s Gloves WorrA 1.00 to z.as, CQV yscial, "at ''c Splendid quality pure silk gloves for women; two-clasp style; double tipped fingers; white, black and a few colors; seconds of a good quality; spe cial, at, per pair 59 Bargain Square Main BabyFlouncings Worth 1.00 and x.35 (JQ Special at per yard OVC , These lovely flouncinga are of nainsook, Swiss and cambric, la dainty patterns, some with ruf-( fled edges; a splendid assort ment of styles; special, for Tuesday, at, per yard 59 ' 1 Bargain Square Main . Printed, Nets Worth per yard, 69c, Cft ' Speca, at l W There are 50 pieces of this beautiful and daintily printed net, in 'all colors suitable for over curtains. It is worth regu larly 69c per yard, special, for Tuesday only, at 50 Bargain Square Main Longclqth and Nainsook 32l2c Special, per yard, at This lot Includes remnants, 86 Inches wide, of longcloth, nain sook and other miscellaneous white goods including voile. Worth 48c per yard, special, for Tuesday, at, per yard 32H Bargain Square Basement Furniture Polish Special, per An Quart ' One bottle of Russian Oil fur-' nlture polish, for floors, furni ture and woodwork; very good quality and offered for Tuesday only, at, per quart 42 Bargain Square Basement White Borax Special at 10 bars tor 47c This Is the well known Cud aby's, Borax Naptha Soap. Spe cial, for Tuesday only, at 10 bars for " 47 Bargain Square Basement Odds and Ends of Shoes 1 Special, 9gc Odds and ends of women's and children's shoes and slippers, in black and tan gun metal. The sizes in the women's are Z to 5; in the children's they run from 4 to 10; special, at, per pair 98 Bargain Square Basement Women 9s Hosiery' 39c Bargain Square Main - Worth jsc, Special, at ' Fine black, white and colored silk lisle and all silk boot uostery; double' Hemmed tops, y uuuuie neeia ana soies; seamed back; all sizes; seconds. of the regular 75c quality; special, at, per pair, 394' . , , ... ' "