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TITE BEE: OMAJTA, SATURDAY, NOVFiMBKIl (, 19 U.
A Most Remarkable
n. typical Department More Male ;
Typical Cash Store Special Prices :
ON CREDIT TERMS!
Sale of Ladies' Sample Dresses in Velvet or df ft A
Corduroy, at $15 and low as V
Tlxls Includes tho season's moot stunning effects; new, sprightly
garments offered, being worth $18 to $25.
Broken lines of Ladies' $15 Suits at $6.95
Hvery garment n style of now; fabrics of approved texture and
color; tho biggest suit buying chance of 1012.
Men's Sample Suits go at low as $7.50
Good, warm, jet very stylish winter suits vorh very near again
as much money. Saturday will find n special lot on snlo at $12.50,
$8.50 and then to low as $7.50.
Take choice of any pair of Men's Patent A 4 fi f HE
Leather Shoes, worth to $5, at tl t)
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Stack-Talconer Co., Undertaker.
Lightning rixturos.Burrsa-(Jrtnd8n Co
Have Boot Print It Now Beacon Press.
Bailey, the Dentist, City Nat'l. D. 2506.
O. A. lindauest, tailor... 235 Pax. Blk.
Diamond oana at :i and per cent,
W. C. Flatau, 1514 Dodge. Red 5619.
See Boicoe for low rates on diamond
and watch loan?. 1522 Dodge. Adver
tisement. Millinery Sale Saturday Wo will
make a specialty of 10.00 hats from our
gorgeous lino of mlltinery. Lacy & Tra
inable, 1S2G Karnam street. Advertise
ment. Entertainment for Hotel Clerks A
card, dancing party and entertainment
will 1)e given by the Nebraska and Iowa
Hotel Clerks' association nt Chambers'
Metropolitan hall, Wednesday evening,
"Wants Brother located W. F. Schme
dlklnd of San Antonio, Tex., has asked'
the police to locate his brother, Henry
G. Schmediklnd, who left Concordia,
Kan., last June to accept a position with
nn ice company in Omaha.
Wavy Club to Meet The regular
moeting of tho Navy club will be held
Saturday evening In tho federal building,
liimlncss of much Importance will be
transacted nnd tho arrangements for the
monster uniform navy ball on New
Year's eve will be completed.
Boss Hammond to Speak Ross Ham
mond, United States collector of Internal
revenue, will adcireKs tho next meeting of
tho civil government class of the public
library. This class Is taking up every
phase of tho government work and will
continue tho lectures und study through
out tho winter.
Threee Bacruita for Hftvy Threo re
cruits were aent out from the local navy
recruiting station for San Francisco.
They were Daniel Barker nnd Alfred G.
Cleveland of Callaway, Neb., and Clar
ence Johnson of Sioux City. Cleveland
will ship as a hospital attendant and the
other two as apprentice seamen.
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Judges and Clerks of Election Want
More Pay from County.
MEET TO MAKE DEMANDS
Lincoln School Men Will Give
Operetta at IIIrIi Senoo; Audito
rium lloctor Send I'ro
' teat to Mndero.
South Omaha's Judges and' clerks of
the -late election board want more than
16 for their patriotic services. More than
seventy members of tho lato election
board mot Jast night In tho council
chamber at the city hall for tho purposo
of drafting such resolutions ns pre
sumably might influence the minds of
the county commissioners when they
meet today. '
At last night's meeting Carl E. llolon
was elected chairman- and Judge F. A.
Agnew, secretary. The sense of the
meeting was that as tho Judges and
clerks of election had worked for moro
than thirty hours In many Instances they
should receive moro than yie ordinary
remuneration. The limit was placed at
$18. It ' Is maintained that tho county
commissioners established a precedent in
the case when they paid $12 for election
services rendered by Judges and clerks
a year ago.
County Commissioner Tom O'Connor
of South Omaha, who has been appealed
to several times In the matter, seems
to be opposed to the Increased expendi
ture. Ho Is said to have told some of
tho petitioners that thero was small
chance of getting any Increase in pay
ment for the services yendered on elec
A delegation of the local Judges and
clerks will today attend tho meeting of
the county commissioners. Another meet
ing of the petitioners will bo held Satur
day night at the real estato office of
Joseph Murphy, 433 North Twenty-fourth
i Lincoln school children will stago an
operetta In the high school auditorium
on November 22. Tho principal, Miss
Jesslo Robeson, and her corps of teach
ers are laboring hard to make the show
a big,, success. The Httlo thesplans are
being trained, nlong musical lines for tho
play, which Is entitled "The Toy Shop."
Tickets .for the bIiow aro on salo at
Flshor-McQlIle, Twenty-fourth nnd N
streets. Following Is the program:
Lovely Night Chorus
Folk Dance .-.First Grado
Solo ..Forest Donnls
OPERETTA "THE TOY SHOP."
Time Before midnight. , .
Fairies' Call.-. .
Juno Bug Dancer .
Folk Dance....- Kindergarten
Spring Song- Dance
Out on tho Deep .........Chorus
Scene II Toy shop.
Little Rag Doll..
Dolls of Japan and Parle
Fairies. What Is This?
Tin Soldier's Drill
Puck Cecil Kelly
Jacks Clinton Paddock, James Doty
Dolls, Fairies, Soldiers.
Mayor Tom Hoctor Is wondering what
connection there may have been between
the protests of so many Americans like
himself against the death of Felix Diaz
and the escape of that general some
days ago from his death cell In Vera
Cruz. Hoctor wrote some time ago pro
testing to President Francesco Madero
of the Mexican republic against the
death of Diaz, who headed a recent re
volt against the Madero government.
Yesterday reply from the Mexican
president was received by the local al-
K.lrf. Ttl .T.Dnnt Cncintfh lha 1r an.
(16 oz. or 8 oz.) at the drug-J sured Mayor Hoctor of the high oppre-
frist'S nOW. Round UP that COld claUon fe" y Madero for the senUments
? - ., 1. . r contained In tho recent noto to him. He
before It getS the best 01 yOU. protested that Hoctoi-s opinion on the
We are liable tO COldS these 'matter of the death of General Diaz
. - mm m i would . receive careful and weuhty con-
Sharp-eagea iall days, tret Bderatlon. When the mayo: had read
ahead of the enemy by taking' aut ha" f th J"er ne took un
paper, among other things, told of the
escape of General Diaz from his prison,
where ho was confined, momentarily ex
More than 200 stockmen In a private car
will leave Omaha early tomorrow morn
ing bound, for the Stato Agricultural col
lege at Lincoln and the big foot ball game
to be played there. Traffic Manager Joe
Shoemaker for the Union Stock Yards,
und Secretary-Traffic Manager F. A.
Stryker fpr the Live stocx exchange have
SHOTTEN'S BASE STEALING
RECORD IS CORRECTED
CHICAGO. 111., Nov. 15. President
Johnson of tho American Base Ball league
today announced that Bert Shotten of the
St. Louis team should have been credlte
with thirty-five stolen bases Instead of
twenty-six In the league averages pub
lished last Monday. Tho mistake, said
President Johnson, was duo to an error
in the printing of tho averages.
I Must Be
You say a3 you cough. The
pesky germs have been mul
tiplying in you long before you
coughed or snuffled.
Get one of those portly look
ing brown bottles of creamy
Tracy 212 160 167 639
Grlbblo 210 16S 1S9 (til
Mann 131 145 ISO 456
Tcmbrink 166 152 1C3 4S0
Totals 923 S01 S29 2,518
Handicap 23 23 23 69
Totals 94S 821 S62 2,617
PETERSEN CANDY KIDS.
1st. 2d. Sil. Tntnl.
ilUllt 177 1W
Winters 162 136
McDonald 143 2CW
Hagerbcrg 1S7 187
Francisco 172 196
Of Over One Thousand Men's and Young
Men's Suits and Overcoats and They Go
on Sale Saturday Morning at
$9.75 and $1175
We scooped the entire surplus stock of
winter suits and overcoats from a reliable
New York manufacturer at a price that will
save you from 25 to 50 on your pur
chase. They are divided into two big groups
Totals 841 924 S36 2,606
, , 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Frltcher 173 1K9 142 474
Cooley 243 16S 184 6P5
Kennedy 214 104 179 657
GJerdo 211 IPS 175 BSI
Firestone 15S I'M 174 631
begin to cough.
Rounded 3 oz. brown sample bot
tle free on application, by mall to
Ozomulslon, 548 Pearl St., New York
This Coupon and
good for the next
number of ALL tbe
following magazines; ,
IKI LADIES' WOULD
Address, Magazine Coupon Dept.,
Twentieth Century Farmer,
Totals 999 888
. CALKIN'S CUBS.
Cavnnaugh 17.1 1GT
Stafford 161 162
Culkln 134 152
Thomas 140 166
Nolan 170 216
Totals 774 852
Handicap G5 cg
Totals 839 917 864
JMnirlc City Gossip.
Steam-liratcd rooms for rent at 516W N
21th St., 3d floor. Advertlsonicnt.
H. C. Murphy, after n. two-day business
trip out In tho state, has returned home.
South Omnha High school will play
tbe Shnnandoah team at Shenandoah, la.
For Rent Largo front room and boiu-d,
Address M, lice Office. South Omnlui.
Phil Kearney Post No. 2 will meet nt
the homes of Commander J. W, Cress, 809
North Twenty-third street, Saturday
Tho South Omaha Central Labor union
will meet next Friday evening nt tho
republican headquarters, 443 North Twenty-fourth
Lost A lady's purse containing a gold
watch. Finder pleaso return to Dr. F. O.
Beck, 425 N. 24th, and rccelvo rewurd.
Miss Blanche Powers has rotnrnrd to
tho city and will take up her residence
with her uncle, Dexter Robinson, Twenty
fifth and J streets.
Mrs. Mnry P. Gibson, nged 75 years, died
at tho homo of her son, L. M. Cllbson, Isst
night. Tho body will bo sent to Platts
mouth Saturday morning for burial.
The Ladles' Aid society of the First
Presbyterlnn church w.ll have a rummage
sale on November 22. Anyone lm. .n,
any rummage will report to Mrs Charles
Eads or Mrs. If. Van Sant.
The ladles of the Women's Roflof Corps
of Phil Kearney post will meet with Mrs,
J. O. Eastman. 1432 North Twenty-third
street, Saturday afte moon at 2 o'clock,
All members aro requested to bo present.
Rev. Charles Schalble of Kansas will
deliver the sermon at tho dedication of
tho Presbyterian church next Sunday.
Tho exercises will ba continued euch
evening until Wednesday. November 10.
' A bargain for sale. 9-room, house, with
automobile gurago and stable: lot 50x130;
large shodo trees; 2 blocks from car line.
Small payment required; balancn termd.
Phono South 1981. Advertisement.
Tho seven modern houses erected at
Twenty-fourth nnd D Btreets by N. Bkog
man & Sons of Omaha are rapidly near
Ins completion. Tho houses are built as
an Investment. One of them Is already
Suits and Overcoats
Suits and Overcoats
worth up to $15.00 worth Up to $20.00
THE SUITS aro puro wool nutl worsteds, hand
tailored, plain and stitched edges, in all tho nowest
prevailing shades and fabrics Scotches, Cassinieres,
fancy diagonal worsteds in Blues, Browns, Tan and
silk mixtures, Blue Serges. A number of these suit's
have an extra pair of trousers, at $9.75 and $11.75.
Models for young men and models for conservative
THE OVERCOATS aro cut full U to 52 inches
long, with velvet or cloth collars, convertible and
shawl collarsin Brown, Blue, Black and fancy ker
seys. Novelty "ruff" cloths, Camel's Hair finish,
Shetland finish, Chinchillas, olc. Many of them rain-
proofed, all sizos. Tako your pick tomorrow. A
splendid assortment for your seloction in this big salo.
1 hey aro matchless values.
EXTRA SPECIAL-CLOTHING SEOTION-ln our Busy
Young Men's Suits. A Ton Dollar value. In Bluo Serges
Scotches and Cassimeres, all sizes, and strictly up-to-date modolH
on salo at
Domestic Room 300 Men's and
and Fanoy Diagonal AVorstods,
(TRY HAYDENS' FIRST TOMORROW)
Try HA YDENS9 First
Luce Declines Off ei
From Highland Park
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 35.-Rov. O. A.
Luce, pastor of the Central Park Meth
odist Episcopal church here, has declined
nn offer to become president of Highland
Park college at Des Moines, la., accord
ing to an 'announcement made by Mr.
TO AID CONFIDENCE MAN
A confidence game as old as the hills,
but with one now feature, was workei
yesterday afternoon on Mrs. Susan
Melllck of Jefferson, la., and as a re
sult sho Is out 115. Tho now feature Is
the playing of tho trick on a woman In
stead of n man.
Mrs, Melllck was waiting at tiio Union
station yesterday afternoon for friend
when a man wearing crepe on his sleeve
approached her. He said he needed only
J15 to pay a heartless express company's
charges so that he could get the body
of his wife, who died In Mlnonk, 111.,
off the train. Ho promised to return the
115 as soon as he could cash a draft for
J 10, which he exhibited. Mrs. Melllck
obliged him aqd waited several hours for
his return. Then she grew suspicious and
notified the police. Investigation showed
that no corpse has ever been'shlpped out
of Mlnonk, III., for Nebraska during the
last tn.rty years.
The mm lat;r proved to be J. V.
' been .making elaborate preparations for a J Williams of Leavenworth, Kan
big time. The visit to the state farm
' and the big gridiron meet has become an
annual function with the local etockmen.
Anions? the Ilowlrra.
SOUTH OMAHA ICE COMPANY.
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Cot ........ . . . 15 176 1W H?
Williams was arrested this mominir
the Union station by Officer Brown. He,
had another victim he was trying to
work for $25 to send the body of his
brother to a distant Nebraska town.
He will be held until his rase Is fully
investigated by Chief Moloney.
CADEl ROSTER IS ANNOUNCED
Misunderstanding Brings Revocation
of Former Announcements.
Student Who Kail In Anr One
Study Will Hp InrllfflMe for Ap
pointment imrlnac tlie Stic
Promotions In tho Omaha High school
cadet regiment will hereafter be pub
lished twlco n year, once In June and
again In February, after some of th
officers have graduated or have become
I3y tho new rule cadets who fall In
any one study will be Ineligible for of
fice during tho following semester This
rule does not allow the cadet to make
up tills study and thus become eligible
"for new appointment.
These promotions with a large number
of changes had been published In June
without having been submitted for tho
approval of the principal. It was thus
necessary to make a new list of appoint
ments In September to comply with tho
Therefore, subject to tho approval of
tho principal. Miss Kato McIIiigh, tho
following promotions have been an
nounced to take effect at once. All for
mer promotions In conflict have been re
voked: R15GIMKNTAL STAFF.
Lieutenant colonel, James Durkcei
Captain and adjutant, Joe Sorensen.
Captain and quartermaster, Robert Mar
shall. Captain and commissary, John Robe!.
Captain and ordnance offluur, Kenneth
Regimental sergeant. Major Edmund
Regimental quartermaster, Sergeant
George Stocking. '
Regimental commissary. Sergeant John
Regimental ordnance sergeant, Edward
Color sergeant, Wilfred Jacobson,
Chief musician, Frank Dunnlgan,
Principal musician, Charles Robel.
Drum major, Richard Luke.
Sergeant, Krrol Wilson.
Corporal. Clyde Rice, Will Sheets and
Major, Kendall Hammond.
First lieutenant and adjutant. Uyron
Second lieutenant and quartermaster,
Sergeant major, Arno Truelson.
Captain, Harry Menold.
First lieutenant, Herman Jobst.
Second lieutenant, Alvln Nelson.
First sergeant, Gilbert Kennedy.
Quartermaster sergeant, Charles
Sergeants, Mahms Kerry and Ernest
Corporals, Robert Edwards, Ralph
Benedict, Robert Odrll and Harry Levin.
COM PAN 11.
Cnta i!. Ward Smith.
Krtt lieutenant, Sands Woodbrldgc
Koond lieutenant Cor" Ringwalt
J-'irn iH.-r.cant, Kcnntth Norton.
Quartermaster sergeant, Philip Ronton
ock. Sergeants, Eart Ketchum, Charles
Hucstls, Norrls Anderson.
Corporals, Fred Eyler. Lcroy Wilbur,
Arthur Smith, Philip Gcll.
Captain, Ftnnk Malm.
First lieutenant, Archie Hoke,
Second lleutenunt, Jfurvey Nelson.
Flrbt sergeant, Meriil Ady.
Quartermaster sergeant, Arthur Loomls.
Sergeants, Kent Mead, Fred Hancock,
Corporals, Peyton Marsh, Ralph llone
dlct. SECOND BATTALION.
Major, Loo McShano.
First lieutenant and adjutant, Charles
Second lieutenant - and quartermaster,
Sergeant major, Heyden Meyer.
Captain, Maurice Loomls.
First lieutenant. William Mooney.
Second lieutenant, Coleman Gordon.
First sergeant, Uyron Bnydor.
Quartermaster sergeant, Clifford Dan
iels. Sergeants, Glen Musgrave, Charles
Corporals, Bernard Twlford, Gustavo
Wlckstrom, Harold Poff, Johannes Peter
son, Carlton Hwllor.
Cuptnln, John Drexcl,
Flint lieutenant, Charles Curry.
Second lieutenant, Glenn Reeves.
First sergeant, Richard Jones, '
Quartermaster sergeant, Roy Helslng,
Sergeant, Charles Weeth.
Corporals, Paul Flothow, Robert Allyn,
Don Klpllngrr. Wlllafcl Coopur.
Captain, Wayner Belby.
First lieutenant, Glen Wallace.
Second lieutenant. Isadore Flnkpiistclu.
First sergeant, Morton Wakeley.
Qiiiu termutfter sergeant, Morris War
shawsky. Sergeants, Carey Campbuil, Lawrence,
Harrington, Allen C. Nelson.
Corporals, Russell Irmon, Fred Niel
sen, Leslie Putt.
Major, Foy Porter.
First lieutenant and adjutant, Lmtrr
Second lieutenant and quartermaster,
Sergeant major. Judson Squlro).
Captain, Harry Gideon.
First lieutenant, Morton Rhoades,
Second lieutenant, Lawrence McCngue.
First sergeant, Glen Paxton
QuartermuHter sergeant, Harold I.ander
you. Sergeants, David Kline, Mark Havens.
Corporals, Victor Graham, Owno Wil
ton, John Reed.
Captain, Frank Hlxenbaugh.
First lieutenant, Barney Kulakofsk) .
Second lieutenant, Nathan Muskln,
First sergeant, Harold Torell.
Quartermaster sergeant. Elmer Edmun.
Sergeants, John Singleton, Dean Mul
lory, Stowe Sutton.
Corporals, James Longwell, John Jen
kins, Eugeno Simmons, Herman Laus
tetor. COMPANY I.
Captain. Harold Iangdon.
Flrft lieutenant, llwlght Evans,
Second lieutenant. Hnry Grlrb,
First bergeant, Clay Belspt.
Quai'ternmster rergenut. Fred Cotter
Sergeant. Joln Urotherton
Corporals Eiint-r Campbell, Ruuxell
Maton, Robert Pattern. Edward Al person
Woodland to Go to
Frank Woodland was selected by tho
Omaha alumni of (he University of Ne
braska last night to represent their so
ciety at a banquet to bo given In Lin
coln Saturday night to tho alumni of
the stato school. Mr. Woodland will rep
resent the local organization 111 tha
alumni oouncll mooting at Lincoln. Judge
Clrles Foster was chosen as an alter
nato for tho same position. Onn of theao
two men will respond to a. toast ut tho
Tho Omaha alumni also dlsoussod last
evening at their meeting In tlis univer
sity club rooms tho banquet which they
will bold " In Decombor for tha Corn
busker foot ball team. President Frank
Woodland was authorized to appoint .
commlttco to toka chargs of the ar
rangements. It Is probabla thut tho big
feed will bo held In tho new rooms of
the University club, which ore to ba
tho quarters which the Commercial club
lecetitly vacated? These are now being
put Into shape for tho University club.
The special trulu which has been char
tered to carry tho Omaha alumni to tho
game at Lincoln will Icavo tho Burling
ton station al 10 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing. Returning, It will leave Uncoln at
5:30 o'clock. Several hundred alumni und
other Omaha peoplo aro expected to go
to Lincoln to sea Nebraska and Kansus
near Thlrty-Blxth and Farnnm street,
nnd placing hln hand over the mouth o.
Mnii Frdncls Sohula, ho snatched box
purse, wliloh contained -nljf W cents, mul
rs. Ellzaboth Mordon of Vcrnock
Knn., reported to tho police that whlli
waiting ut tho Webster street depot for
a train a negro stolo hor purso.und st
cufod 17. Tho descriptions given lend th'
pollen to think tho soma negro Is re",
Quinine? No! Pape's
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First doso of Pnpo'a Cold Compound
relieves nil misery from a cold
or tlio jjrippo.
NEGRO SNATCHES PURSE;
TWO WOMEN ARE ROBBED
While walking toward her homo at 2137
South Thirty-third street last night, a
negro tnun stopped from bohind a troe
It is a, poultlva fact that a doso oi
Pape'a Cold Compound, taken overy two
hours until throe consocutive, duso ur
Inkcn, will end tho Orlppo und break tig
the most severo cold, either in tho bond,
nhest, back, stomach, limbs or any part
of tho body.
It promptly relieves tho moat miser
bio headache, dullness, hood and uoqt
Rctuffed up, foverlshnesa, sneezing, sum
throat, running of the nose, mucous ca
tarrhal discharges, soreness, stiffness ani
rhuematlo twinges. .
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rooted, with tho knowledge that theft
Is nothing clso In tho world, which will
ouro your cold or end Oiippo miser' ai
promptly and without any other assist
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packago of Pupe's Cold Compound, which
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stltute contains no quinine. Belong!
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