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THE KKE: OMAHA, SATTKPAV, XOVBMBEH 2, 1012.
BRIEF CITY NEWS 'AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
8tck'r1eonr Co., Undertaker. !
Lighting- rutures-nargets-Clraiiasa Co.
Kvo Boot Print It Now Ueacon Pres
Biiltj, tht Dentist, City Nat D. I56.
Q. A. Idndauest, tailors. 835 Pax. Mk
George A. Maguey ror county attorney
Harry Counsuian for county assessor.
Sea Roicoe for low rates on diamond
and watch loan-. 1SK Dodge-Advertisement.
New Tailoring Establishment Olsen
Jnmleson have opened a new tailoring
establishment at BSS South Sixteenth,
street. Tliev formerly conducted the
Mote known us the London Tailors, at
I9r Farnam street.
Ad Club Wantr to Be Heard The Ad
I) Iiuh itUed n hearing on the ordl
.ame regulating automobllo traffic on
ho street and the olty commission will
bold another discussion on the ordinance
a w lc from Monday,
attislbrereln Concerts The first of a.
of winter concerts under the aus-TH-
ps of the Muslkvoreln- will be given fit
lliandeis theater on the evening o( No-
i.'bcr .'J. The soloists arc Mrs. Janen
WMii m iirnno: llenrj' Cox, violinist, and
M.' i i l.i Matthey, contralto. The Cox
! K?tu and a big chorus of
uts will participate. Prof.
-i "111 assemble a special
'nil'.: i furnish music.
Johnson Married to
Mrs, Emma Stowell
O i i Johnson and Mrs. Emma Belle
Btonell of Omaha fulled yesterday In an
utteinn' to surprise their friends by
itlctly stealing away and getting mar
ried. They went to Council Bluffs and
secured n marrl'ago license early In the
day. pledging the court house official
to secrecy and then went to the offlcs
of Justice Cooper In the basement of the
county building where they were mar
ried. Their movements had been watched
by Omaha friends and beforo they had
time to roach tho Bluffs, half a dozen
persons had been apprised of the pur
pose of their visit. Mr. and Mrs. John-,
on will bu at home to their friends after
November 15 at Gray Gables, Twentieth
uiil Davenport streets, Omaha.
Aldrich Speaks to Live Stock Men in
HOCTOR INTERCEDES FOR DIAZ
CANDIDATES UNDER LEASH
AT EAGLES' ENTERTAINMENT
A bulldog straining at Its leash, try
ing to pull away from Its bonds Is the
only apt comparison that can be made,
to the political candidates who last night
addressed tho Eagles at their smoker ana
house warming party. Politics wero ab
solutely barred by Chairman Tom Flynn
and It was really funny to hear tho can
didates try to evade the rule.
Tim Eagles recently refurnished their
quarters at 1410 Harney street and last
night was the occasion of the official
houscwarmlng. Nearly 300 members were
present to enjoy the excellent program
prepared. Beside tho many candidates
who spoke, tho following were on the
progiam: A. S. nitchle, Tom Flynn, the
Gate City quartet. C, J. Taylor, A. f.
Saunders, Doc Tanner, Henry Rofholtz
nnd Jack McKcnna.
, Xnlioilr Too Old
tq learn that the sure way to cure a
cough, cold or soro lungs is with Dr.
King's New Discovery. 60c and J1.00.
Ucaton Drug Co. Advertisement
.Mnjor Sends Letter to President
Mnttrro ot Mexico Protesting'
Aanlnst Uxecntlon of thr
Three thousand dollars, the dlffetetice
between the state house expenses and
receipts. Is the bait held out by Senator
John Morehead to the people of Ne
braska as an Inducement to place him
In the gubernatorial chair, according to
Governor Chester II. Aldrich In his ad
dress 16 the men or the South Omaha
Live Stock exchange yesterday noon. The
governor termed the policy ot his oppo
nent as narrow and parsimonious In a
state and at a time whet- all the great
opportunities of NcbrasKa nets crying
out to be developed.
Accompanied by Henry Murphy, Hruce
McOulloch, John Brlggs and a number
of others, the governor arrived at the
Exchange building at 11 o'clock In tne
morning. A crowd of stockmen gathereil
In tho rotunda, where tho governor dis
cussed the Issues of the campaign. He
said that he had been falsely charged
with oppos'ng thn Interests of tne Union
Stock yards and the live stock men.
Speaklite of the live stock "interests, 'be
governor safd ho believed that they
.should be regulated, but legulated with
an' eye comprehensive of the fact that
the development of Nebraska went ha:d
In hand with the development .of the
live stock Industry. Ho said the regu
latlon of. such big Interests by tho ra 1
load commission wns one of the beat
things that had ever come to the cor
porations of the state, including the rail
roads. Of ,the development of the date, the
governor sold he was impressed by the
policy of Omaha, which annually Bpent
130,000 to advertise itself nnd its resources
through the country. Ho proposed, it
re-elected, to ask tho legislature to ap
propriate $100,000 for. the purpose of ad
vertising the resources of tl.o whols
Immediately after his talk at tho Ex
change tho governor proceeded to Q
street, where he nddressed several hun
dred worklngmen from Armour and,
Swift's packing house. He was accom
panied by Btate Committeeman George
Brewer, Hepry Murphy and Bruce Mc
culloch., together with Railway Commis
sioner Taylor. After the speech the party
wa entertained at dinner by Bruce Mc
Culloch In the Exchango dining room.
Sends Protest to Madera,
"Sauce for the goose should be sauce
for thfe gander" according to tho homely
maxim used by Mayor Tom Hoct6r yes
terday In a letter to President Madero
of Mexico protesting agalnrt the decree
of death for General Felix Diaz, the
Mexican rebel leader. Mayor Hoctor has
been greatly stirred by the news In
which 'It is reported that General Felix
D.ax had been sentenced to death by a
court martial composed ot Madero army
"I read the decree ot the court martial
In The Bee anil 1 wns horror stricken
with the Inhumanity ot such conduct on
tho part of men who were In the same
boat a year back," mid his honor yes
terday, "It must stir the better feelings
of 'every American to read such doings
In a sister republic. I wrote thejietter
and mailed it in the hope that It may
bp effective In savIik the Mexican re
public from such a stain "
YounKMtera Kept from MlM'hlrf,
if anyone asks the boys and girls as
to the success of Hallowe'en planks
last night, most of them will speak of
tho activity of the police. Wherever
the youngsters had at ranged to "start
something" there the police wero sure to
turn up. Chief of Police Jthn Brlggs
and Night Captain Andrew McUuIro In
the chiefs auto went flying about the
city and maintained such vigilance that
the threatened outbreak of youthful ex
uberance was icprfstwl.
Two or three calls came to ttie police
station early in the evening. Several
young men caught In suspicious bunehes
on street corners were taken to the police
station where the big chief threw a
wholesome scare Into them. In one place,
the store of J. Fleur at Kit North Twen
tieth street, whero tome window lights had
been broken, the police made a huiry
call and caught a number of young people
who were lectured severely nnd sent
Ilciiilillfiin to Hold Mertlim.
Combined efforts on the part ot the ,two
wings ot the republican party In South
Omaha has developed an arrangement for
a big meeting at the Itedmen's hall Satur
day night. A committed composed of
State Committer man George Brewer.
President Henry C. Murphy, A. H. Mur
doek. Bruce McCulloch and Fran!
Koutsky has mule the arrangements tor
the meeting. Notices to all republicans
throughout the city have cnrrled wo d
that the meeting .Is for tht state nnd
county ticket and a large representation
of men Ifxij eeted. Music and speaker
from Omaha will be secured. The speak
ers will bo chosen from both wings of
the party and national' Issues will h
MurIo City fioxMp.
Mcurp for rent SJ5 No, 2 d. S. W.
Francis. 1112 No. 22d. -Advertlf ement
Vote for Arthur C. Pancoast for state
For Bent Two rooms furnished for
light hourokceplng. C22 No. I2d -Advertisement.
Mrs. Charles Alstadt has left for a
two weeks' trip to lowu and Illinois.
Hart. Schaffner & Marks' bes(f suits
and overcoats nt prices you can afford.
John Flynn & Co. Advertisement.
For Bent Modem front room, with
board; suitable for two youmr men. So.
Call National Wine nnd Donor Co., 108
ICS No. 24th St., for Stcrz Triumph beer;
also whies and liquors, dn'lvcrcd. Phone
South" 81. Advertisement.
' Manager John Amos of the new O -pheum
,ha announced that Sundav will
mark the opening of tho new theatir nt
Twenty-fourth and M streets.
The clerk carrier, cx.mlnatlon for p
ptlinns In the L-uutli Opr lia iiosiofti'-c
will be held Saturday, November 2, In
loom 43 of tho Soith Omaha High school
building at 9 a, m.
Overwear, underwear, headwenr, foot
wear, neckwear, day wear, nlghtwear
any kind of wear you want to wear the
best stuff to wear you will find In any
wear Is Flynn-wear, Advertisement.
There will bo a foot ball game Satur
day between tho South Omaha High
school team and tho Ncbrarka City Hli?ji
school team nt Armour park. The game
will be a fa't one. It Is erpcted. ni
Coach Patten has Insisted on .making the
local team get Into training.
A coroner's Jury held nt I.arkln's
undertaking parlors yesterday afternoon
cleared the switch crew of the Union
Pacific rnllroad frm any compile ty In
the death of John Horvnt who was killed
while working on a box car a few days
ago. Horvnt will be burled today at 9
a. m, from St. Mary's church.
UNUSUAL VALUES SATURDAY
Winter Suits and Overcoats
'pHIS time of year
most makers are
overstocked. It is
our policy to take
advantage of this,
and by being able
to pay spot cash, we
are enabled to offer you
exceptional values in
Suits and Overcoats
at $10, $15, $20
TftfE sell the best
Suits and Over
coats at $10, $15 and
$20 you ever saw.
Sizes from 31 to 54
chest, in strictly all
wool fabrics fully
give you the best
value you have ever
bought. "We have
Visit Our Boys9 and Children's Department Saturday
Exceptional values in Suits ami Overcoats, Knee Pants, Sweaters, Winter Caps.
Yon can save, money on anything your hoy may need, here Saturday.
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can get free with the coupons now packed in
Talks to Students
of University Club
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Men everywhere prefer It because of its true natural to
bacco taste. Duke's Mixture is simply the choice leaves
of fine Virginia and North Carolina brigh t leaf thoroughly
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it's impossible to get a purer smoke or a more likeable
one than this mild, rich, fragrant Liggett if Ifyert
One and a half ounces of this choice granulated
tobacco cost only 5c and with each sack you now get a
free present coupon that is a dandy.
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They do not cost you one penny. In each 5c sack of
Liggett 4 Myert Duke's Mixture we now pack a free
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and ctktr tattandfoutttu iisutd it us.
Ursine younff men to vote for tho re
publican candidates of DouglaB county
for tlio legislature, Governor Cheater H.
Aldrich, before the Crejghton University
Republican club at ISarlRht hall Thursday
night, said: "Tho bunch you ecnt clown
there two years ngo, you would have doho
better If you had given them 5,0u0 apleco
and sent them to Texas or somewhero
else far uway. With the exception ot
ono or two, they wero a positive Injury
to Douglas county and to tho state of
Nebraska. But I want to see these men
elected who are running on tho republican
ticket here In Douglas county, for they
are a class of men that can do bustnes;
and a class of men that 1 can wprk
Governor. Aldrich revlewpd his record In
the legislature In 1907. when tho legisla
ture put a child labor law on tho statute
books. lie told of his part in procuring:
legislation for tho reduction of freight
rates and told the students he was the
author of thn law creating the railway
commission. He reviewed tho work of
the railway commission, ar.d said the
commission process, In his mind, was the
only way to handle the railroads and big
In contrast the governor pointed to the
record of John II. Morehead, democratic
randldate for governor, who was a mem
ber of the legislature In 1911.
"You will notice," said the governor,
"that Mr. Morehead Is not offering that
record to the people as an Inducement
for them to vote for him for governor. 1
contend that a man to be seriously con
sldercd as a candidate for chief executive
of the state should havo some record ot
I deeds to point to, or else havo some leg-
lslatlve plan that would recommend It
self to the people."
Howard H. Ualdrlge, candidate for con
gressman, spoke briefly to the young
men, pointing out the civic duty of young
men In college and declaring that a young
man In college who did not tako part In
j the civic activities was missing one of
the greatest opportunities. He pointed to
the record ot the republican party and
said every bit ot legislation that had
amounted to anything since the civil war
had been brought about by republicans.
State Superintendent James K. Delzelt
spoke briefly, telling of the progress of
the school system of the state.
Address Premium Dept.
mi. iaiiib w.r T
ST. LOUIS, MO,
HOWARD MAKES UP MIND
TO BRING JOHNSON HERE
' .Omaha democrats expect to hear two
more notables In political speeches before
i the campaign closes. Tonight Senator
I James A. Reed of Missouri Is to speak at
Washington hall, Saturday night William
J. liryan will speak In the Auditorium.
Bryan will make many speeches In Ne
braska. Saturday, before coming to Omaha
and probably will not arrive until rather
late In the evening. The democrats are
trying to arrange for some speaker to
hold the crowd until Bryan appears,
Members of the county central commit'
tee yesterday discussed this matter. Most
' of the committee favor having a local
man for the "curtain raiser," Jerry How
ard told the committee It must get Cone
Jrhnon of Texas, The committee In
formed him that Mayor Dahlman had
coen In long distance cornm-jn ration w t
uur.fcrat.c state heal t t-'-m y n
ion ( cancel Johnson's date at Falrbary
"Quaker Mills" fine qunlity dorby ribbed, medium
weiglit union suits in ecru oV natural gray color, $1.r0
values at $1.00
"Ritesize Brand" Sea Island cotton or fine soft fin
ished Morino suits made with the improved closed
crotch in gray and ecru, stouts and regulars, $2.00
values at $1.50
"Golden Star Mills" medium and heavy weight fine
wool, Merino and worsted suits in white and natural
gry, stouts or regulars t $1.85
"Superior Brand" of high grndo pure Australian wool
and fine worsted suits in many weights and colors, all
hand finished and perfect form fitting
at $2.50, $3.00, $3.50
MEN'S NIGHT ROBES
Special "purchase of mon'H flannolotto or muslin Night Shirts and
Pyjamas, $1.G0 values nt 95d
"Knitoral't" Jersey turtle neck sweaters, puro worsted
in maroon, navy and oxford, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Pennsylvania Knitting Mills" high grade sweater
coats, all full fashioned and hand finished, puro
worsted in all tho stylish and desirable colors, mado
with either turtlo neck, Byron roll or shawl collars,
nt '.$3.50, $4.50, $5.00, $7.50
ADLER'S GLOVES FOR MEN
"Adler's" Goat skin driving gloves 50c
"Adler's" Capo street gloves 95c
"Adler's" .French kid street gloves $1.15
"Adler's" Mocha tan or grey street gloves ..$1.50
"Adler's" silk or fleece I'd cape stroct gloves, $1.50
"Adler's" fur or sheep lined gloves. . .$2.50 to $6
coats, $3.95, $4.95,
Saturday and bring tho Texnn here, but
tho stnto committee had refused to make
"Then I'll get him myself," replied
Howard, "If I havo to go to Grand
Island. I'll have him and no other. Sure
ou follows want some 'tu-penny-ha'-penny'
to do the speakin' here."
Cause Some Damage
Despite Busy Police
Although police officers nnd special
wutchmen patrolled the city Thursday
night to guard property against harm
from Hallowe'en celebrants, more than
200 complaints reached headquarters last
night and the estimate ot damage up to
midnight was about 1300.
Gangs of boys from 12 to 20 years
roamed the streets carrying away gates,
painting windows, greanlng street car
tracks and playing kindred tricks. Tho
pollco mado several arrests and broke
up a number of mobs.
On the Dodge strost hill Detectives
Donahoe and Van Ducsen chased a band
ot boys and glrla away from the street
car tracks where they were putting soft
soap on tho rails.
Chauffeur James Dugan, who operates
a taxi stand on Douglas htrcet, wus
passing tho corner of Nineteenth and
Sprague when suddenly a man leaped
from the curb and toll directly under
the wheels. Horror-stricken the chauf
feur stopped to see whom ho hart killed.
One look proved that tho "mar." was a
straw stuffed figure controlled with ropes
by a crowd of small girls. The "dummy"
fooled several automobile drivers,
Patrolman A. J. Drtrooll was reading
a newspaper at his home, 4320 North
Twenty-second street, when a brick
crashed through a huge bay window In
the parlor. He ran out and gavo chasu
to a gang a fleeing youngsters and caught
Gordon Gruut, 2541 Murdock street.
Karly In the evening somo one called
up police headquarters and reported that
a dead soldier was lying In an alley neur
Twenty-second and Davenport streets. Pa
trol Conductor Faliey made a hurry run
to the place and found an empty beer
.bottle on which was a candle and a sign
bearing the Inscription, "Dead Soldier."
While August Meyer, a painter, living
at 2S24 Blondo street, was measuring his
barn for a now floor, n number of boys
passed through the alley and one tossed
a brick at Meyer, striking him on the
head and Inflicting a scalp wound.
prevented a meeting of tho two. Miller
last year met his brother for tho first
time III forty-nine ymiiH.
in Coast States,
Says Jim Walsh
"Thn whole Pacific coast country ex
cept California will go for President
Taft," hold James Walsh of Benson, who
has Just returned from the west, having
spent Boveral months In tho coast states
and In Alaska. "Washington, ono of the
states that tho bull moosnrs have been
figuring on strongly, a state which they
claim was stolon from them at the Chi
cago convention, is going for Taft. The
people of Washington havo heard that
chargo of theft qt their state until they
havo begun to bitterly resent It, and the
sentiment Is swinging overwhelmingly
away from the arty that has mado the
charge. I want to say that the sentiment
In Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Washington
and Utnli has been changing so rapidly
from Iloorevelt to Taft In the last fan
weeks that those of the bull muoscrs
who have been making wise predictions
concerning theso slates havo another
guess coming. The managers of bull
mooso nnd democratic parties In Colorado
are now admitting that the sentiment Is
HWlnglng toward Taft. Particularly Is the
Taft sentiment strong In the sugar beet
growing districts of Colorado and Utah.
Thero the farmers are of (he opinion that
free sugar means the closing of tho sugar
factories In those states."
Mr. Walsh said ho canvassed every
train from Washington to Omaha on his
return trip and found the sentiment
among the business men and tl)o laboring
element alike was for Taft.
Ocorgo M. Moyers, president of tlio Kan
sas City Aero club, will record his time
nnd stnrt him aguln on his trip to New
Orleans, whero tho New Orlenus Chamber
of Commerce will receive hltn.
As an added feature of the first part of
tho trip an automobile will raco with
hltn to Kansas City.
BROTHER MEETS SISTER
AFTER HALF A CENTURY
After flfty-Mx years James Miller of
Florence, mot his sister, Margaret of
Han Kranclsco, yesterday, Khe is here
to Visit him. Members ot the Miller
family set out from Cornwall, Canada,
to seek their fortunes fifty-six years ago.
Mll'cr um" to the Milddle west, wlul
s sister stt out fvr the coas Kirs
one circumstance anU then another hnn
Aviator Will Fly
From Omaha to Gulf
Tony Jannus, the aviator who created
such a sensation at tho aeroplane and
hydroplane meet In Chicago, will make a
trip partly by way of air and partly by
way of water from Omuha to New Or
leans. A contract was signed between his man
ager, Charles U. Young, and the Omaha
Itod and Gun club yesterday afternoon
by which Jannus will give a two hours'
exhibition ut Curler lake, beginning at 4
; o'clock next Wednesday ufternoon, and
directly thereafter start down the Mis
souri river to Kansas City.
Ha will fly from Carter lake over the
city and after circling about the Commer
cial club, at tho top of the Woodmen of
the World building, whero his starting I
time will be recorded by J. J. Ucrluht
president of the Nebraska Aero club, he
J will srttlv Into thn river and go south.
J i M will in. his first stop.
plug oolut. At lus a tup at Kansas City, I
All principal!, ot public! schools met at
tlio city hall, yesterday afternoon to plan
for the Stute Teachers' assoo'atlon meet
ing. Superintendent 15. U. draff an
nounced tho lectures by Paul H. arum
mann, to ho given In the Central HlgU
school auditorium, under tho supervision
of the Omaha public library through th
courtesy of C. N. Diets, president ot tlu
Library board. Tho first ot theso will
ho given Mondny afternoon, November
11. It will ho a discussion of "Modernism
Mov.rinrntu of Ocrnn Hlrnmrn,
Tort. Arrlirnl. tl!4.
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