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TlIK KK: OMAHA, SA'ITKDAV. JANTARY 1, 191.1.
BRIEF CITY NEWS MOOSERS LAUD THEIR PARTY
Uck-ralcontr Co., Undertakerg.
Try riattron Caft Everything rlgl't
Have noot ITlnt It Now iteacon I res
Hfrhtln- rixturei, Burffats-ar&n.den Co.
BMley tba Dentist, rity Ts'atl. D IB.
Make Vour Saving Increase your
rarnlnpf by JolnltiK the Nebraska Savins
and Loan Ass'n.. lCOS Parnam street.
Squires I Improving: QeorRC O.
quirr. who has boon for weeks HI with
heatt trouble. tins Brown so much better
niat he Is wnlkliiK ubout the house, uml
v"' Year's cnine down to dinner.
Anlstant In Collection
Victory for Roosevelt's Progressives
Predicted at Banquet.
OLD PARTIES CALLED USELESS
KIlUKlirll, l.rnvIK, l,rvfl, Henry,
Hull iiikI Other Tell Why They
Itcllrve Will Continue tie
1'run re naive.
Hull moosers spoKo of the Klorles of
their Partv and Us creator. ' Theodore
Office Miss J ltoosevolt, nnil rriwcI Into Hie future to
i.velyn Humphrey of Onmhh has been
appointed deputy In the office of the col
iretor of Internal revenue to assist for it
few months In the work of lintidlliiK the
Wew Matron at Home of Hope Rev.
hnrrs W. Snviclfro of the ltouso of Hope,
has secured a new matron for that In
stitution. She Is nn accomplished woman
In her work. beliiR n nurse of wide ex
perience and has traveled nil over the
world, drcnt chances are beliiK made In
l lit practical management of the home.
Victor Roeewnter to Speak Victor
Itosewater will plvo nn address at the
First Unitarian church. Seventeenth and
c'ass. Sunday evening nt S o'clock. The
meetltiK Is open to the public. This will
ie at the monthly sociological meeting
under the auspices of the 1'nltv Fellow
ship. Lecture By Noted B0l101nln.11 H. Dos
tal of St. Louis. Mo., editor of the "lllas."
o'dest Bohemian Catholic now spnper In
America, will deliver n lecture ut the
National hall. Thirteenth and William
a ria of Mctory at u progressive party
New Year's dinner nt the l'axton hotel
last nlRht. Standpatters.'' regular re
publicans, democrats, socialists and
others who have not been washed In the
blood of the lamb and not of the Roose
velt party were spoken of In terms not
complimentary. V. O. Henry was the
The first topic was "Reports from Chi
cago convention," with Q. Ti. E. Kllng
bell and John Icwls as speakers. Both
went Into the nobility of the Chicago con
vention at which the new party was born
and nt which Its'founder, Itoosevctt, was
nominated for president. They likened
the movement to that of nn army organ
UlriB for on invasion, an army that they
felt sure Is on Its way to victory.
The next war "Kehoos ut the rnmpalgn "
W. J. llroatch enumerated the net re
sults of the votes of November and de
clared them handwriting on the wall. In
dicating what may be expected in another
four years. Kor his part he promised to
fight with undiminished caHcrncts and
with ' Thl was one ot the teasons he
gave for maintaining a distinct ottrnhlaA-
IT. Henry repeatedly reminded the nin f V
that they had been "defrauded out of th
nomination of Roosevelt at the Chicago '
"If It had not been that the bosses ty
fraud thwarted the will of the people, '
Henry snld. "Roosevelt would be the pres.
John W. Towle reminded the progres
sives that they have In this countv a
permanent comiiniirc on legislation irau i
and see that the legislature passes tt'el
light kind of laws. He railed their atten
tion to the proiuised workmen's compensa
tion bill and said:
"The majority of the commission seems
to be trying to force upon the legislature
a law that will nfford the laboring man
little relief and will work a hardship on
the employer In that It will force htm
back on the Insurance companies and
make him pay heavier premiums."
Towle Is one of the employors who ap
peared before the Workmen's Compensa
tion commission lnt week to argue,
against the adoption of the bill proposed
by tho majority
1 . 1. 1- r1n r. tVl
streets. Sunday evening. His lecture will I 10 uo uyuiinK in ... ...
he delivered In his native tongue, and will . control ot money In more scattered hands.
bo held under the auspices of the "Katol
Matlce Skolska." Mr. Dostul Is highly
educated and Is well known among the
On Retired List
Lentil) rir Hrun.
In the absence of Nelson f. l'ratt. who
was scheduled to follow. 11. G. Leuvltt
gave his views. In these he related how
Mr. Uryan Is tho rightful follower of
Roosevelt, saying ho wished to convey
that progressive Ideas promulgated by
Taf t Reassured by
Envoy from Mexico
WASHINGTON. Ian. 3.-Sonor Pedro
Lascuraln, Mexican minister for forciBii
affairs and personal representative, nt
least for the time being, of President
Slndero. came to Washington today to
tell again to President Taf I and Secretary
of State Knox the story of his govern
ment's struggle with rebellions, to lens
sure them of Its ability to protect Anierl
rai. lives 'and property everywhere In
that republic, and incidentally. It was
whispered tonight, to find If theie was a
gialn of truth at tho bottom of recent re
ports that Intervention by the I'nlted
Slates was not merely a threat but an
After serving faithfully rind continu
ously on the Omaha police department
"ver since May 23, 1S91, Patrolman Dick
Klynn. one of tho best liked officers In
the department, turned In his shield and
keys yesterday to Chief Dunn and asked
Roosevelt when he was president wciej ,though White Itme officials had no
ndoptcd by Rrvun. and tin- Nob.-ask.ni 'vysUatoment to make tonight. It became
tho man who should succeed In their cae-Mjnown that President Taft made no
cutlon. He believed that the next four Lpoclflc demands upon the Mexican for
years will spell failure for the democratic r,Kn ,nMer, je PXprpg8e,i particular
party and victory for the progrcss-lvcn. ; ,ntprert ln conditions In northern .Mexico
"What of the Kuture?" wnii ti e third ! am, wns n!iSl.od t)lal rocct troop move
topic. C. B. Hyers ot Valley was -tho WPnln j,, tllnt part of th0 republic and
first to answer this question. With him, j Inurro. ., efforts to meet with this
o lv plaped on tho . retired list. Mr. ho recited, it was a mnucr oi cnoori.ii, l0untrj R desires for protection there had
Klynn Is about CO years of afiennd Inn between party lines ami a paru w nip, : VToVOx fruitful.
walked tlm downtown bents since, ho be- and . he chose the rouncr i taaum on jjISXICO CITY. .Inn. 3. Th Zapatistas
rarac connected with the department. the progressive party. Ho ui tins, ne
Nearly all of the older business men of 1 snld. because he was Interested In every
MY FIRST JANUARY
SUIT or OVERCOAT
Yes, They're All Talking Plienominal Sales
but are they ottering the real bargains they claim.
My marked down prices are suflicient to con
vince you that when you buy a suit or overcoat
at this sale you get a real bargain. .
My out ire clothing stock is "brand" new as this is m
first year in Omaha and the price reductions are genuine.
.Inst take one third off the price on the sleeve ticket, which
denotes tho regular selling price yon would have paid before
the sale. Snappy, stylish clothes is all 1 carry. Xow if you
want a bargain see UJ30H.QK HHOOKS.
In the state of Morelos began the n -w j
j ear with many excesses. niious towns
Jmalut are numbered in his Hat of friends ' tiling that was good for the public, anil ,,,. ...ckoj cnno fields burned and
Police Captain Dempscy, who Knew 1 In his loyalty he spent personal funds to j !rRl ,,,, kidnaped. The loss entailed
Klynn Intimately, said last night: "Dlci; , nld tho cnmpalgn of men on the progrcs-, ,,y frcs , tlle cano fei,ls amount to
Klynn Is ono of tho best officers 1 know , slvo ticket. It was his opinion that so- U40C0.
He hnd exceptionally good judgment, was elullsm will be stricken from tne list an i
fair-minded and always did the right another four years, anu woman suuraKe
lilng at the right time. He Is one of tho and the recall of judges also will be
nen that tho department can III afford I established. These things, he believed,
to lose. His record Is spotless and som.
f the most Important arrests iliado dur
ng tho last twenty yeara aro to his
Holdup Game Worked
in the City Lockup
To Lydla Hall, a negro woman of tho
lower Capitol avenuo district, goes the
prize for sheer nerve. Sho was arrested i stltutlonal
last night with somo fifteen other negrj i bad, arrived.
I aro Inevitable. 1
,' Oenioc nil If I'nllnrr.
I J. Ij. Knley went back Into history,
j cltd the failure of tho democrats to
! "make good" in 1S32. and predicted with
I precision that the same result will appeur
' ln the next four years.
"Why not Join, the democrats, the re
publicans or tho socialists?" was the next
cillery. C. D. Hutchinson told of his
withdrawal from the old party nnd said
he believed tho time for a thoroughly con-
mlllennlum In partisanship
lloth. old parties have out-
Taft May Abandon
Canal Zone Changes'
$1.50 I'nion Suits 95c
$12.00 Union Suits.. $1.35
$3.00 Union Suits.. $1.75
Men's Shirts that JIC.
sold at $l.i)0 aOC
Ward's, Tirard l'Yoros and
all Imported Hats that
sold at 5.00, gg
All our oOc 'Pies, now 35c
Three for $1.00
One Third Off on All
of our Traveling Bags
$10.00 Traveling Bags
$1'J.,")0 Traveling Bags
$1;).00 Traveling Hags
50 Reduction on
all of our Bath Robes
$4.,-)0 Bath Kobes. .$2.25
$b.-)0 Bath Kobes. .$3.25
$7..")0 JJath Kobes. .$3.75
$120 Bath Kobes $10.00
$li).0() Suits and Overcoats now
$120.00 Suits and Overcoats now
$l2L)..")0 Suits and Overcoats now.....
$l2..00l Suits and Overcoats now
$.'0.00 Suits and Overcoats now $20.00
$:.").Or) Suits and Overcoats now $23.34
$40.00 Suits and Overcoats now $26.67
SOCIETY BRAND AND STERN MAYER
CHESTERFIELD CLOTHES INCLUDED
IN THIS GREAT JANUARY CLEARANCE.
Corner 16th and Harney Streets
women by the police ln a raid. A few
hours later two white girls sivins tho
iiumes of Kvelyn TDiaw.aniJ. Jcanj,Hrown
wcro locked up ln the same cell. Tho
two fslrls were not searched before bclne
locked up and each had a few dollars tn
Ijydla had a Icnlfo-in hers and assoon
as Jailer Uyrnes wns out of sight she
promptly "stuck up" the white women,
securing V from Evelyn Thaw'" and II
from tho other girl.
The Ktrls wcro threatened with death .f
they told tho Jailer, but they complained,
nevertheless. Police Matron Gibbons
found tho stolen money ln tho negro
woman's possession when sho searched
The noBrejss was then chargred with rob.
lived their usefulness and now exist on
IUkcIott. n ,VU 1'nrtle
A. li. fllKelow. speaking of "all parties,"
said they ard progressive In their own
views of themselves. He then took on
the coming administration and admon
ished that unless tho party In power
shows a marked tendency to be progres
sle Its power forever will be sealed tn
oblivion after Its term ends. The soclalls.
tic scheme of economy, he stated. Is
wrong. While he did not wish to quarrel
with any party, he believed tli progres
sive the only ono that will restore tho
people to power.
Only Honest Sinn's I'nrlr.
, According to E. A. llenson, the "pro
gressive party Is the only" party "an hon
est and thoughtful man can affiliate
Can You Draw a Mouth?
Only One of Kind in Machinery Hall
CITY OF OMAHA MAY EXHIBIT
of S m I lux Coiuliitr from
to I'ciriu tlncUKriuilKl
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3. Opposition nf -
S7'i,!rr I show Nebraska aeroplane
Ooethols, builder of the Panama canal, j
at the head of the civil government of I
tho zone, took such proportions todav J
that somo of Mr. Taft's advisers urged
him to forego the plan nnd leave tho
creation of the new rone government to
his successor, Vresldent-elect Wilson.
Some who talked with the president
early In the day were convinced that ho
would canvass the situation further be
fore abandoning his plans. Others ln
close touch with the president were posi
tive that, out of consideration for Colonel
OOethnls, whom he does not wish to In
volve In a political dispute, he would give
up tho Idea, and that Colonel Qocthals,
Immediately after appearing before tho
congressional committee formulating ap
propriations for fortification of tho canal,
would return to his work.
One feature of the plan, however. If
Colonel Oocthala la not put at the head
of the xone government. Is to place all
employes on tho canal work under civil
service by the president's executive order.
A few employes on tho Isthmus already
are In tho civil service, but tho great
number of canal workers have been ap
pointed by the Isthmian Canal commission.
11 ' I
Castro Friendly to
NEW YOIUC Jan. 3. Clprlano Castro,
ejc-presldent of Venezuela, engaged pass
age thin afternoon on tho steamship
Amerlka of the Hamburg-American line,
sailing for Hamburg Saturday at S a. m.
Castro will havo a room and bath in
cabin No. 15-'. HIh valet will accompany
The officers of the Hambura-Ainerlcan
line said that, so far as they lenew, tho
Venezuelan would Uoard tho steamer at
Its plor like .any other passenger. This
woull require him, for a short time at
least, to tread tho soil of this country,
from which he wns barred when he ar
rived here from Kurope Tuesday on tho
Trench liner I.n Touralno.
Oeneral Castro today denied that ho
was seeking to stir up another revolution
In Venezuela. "It Is Impossible for mo.''
ho said, "to regain my lost fortunes.
There Is no reason to think that I want
to stir up trouble and no proof. This
lait word I glvo to the American people.
While I return 1 pray for the prosperity
of tho grand people of tho United St u ten. '
So great ban been the dcniHiid for main
floor space In the "Miide-ln-Ncbraska"
show, which will bo held In the Audi
toriuin In March, that arriuiBcmciits havo
been made looking to the putting on of
nn annex In the form of ti machinery de
partment. In ro-operntlon with tho Auto
mobile show, the floor nt the basement,
which was used ut the first Omaha Land
show for lecture rooms and fish exhibits,
Is to be floored over nim a number at
pplendld machinery exhibits will be In
The only aeroplane ever mnde In Ne
braska will be shown In operation, as fur
as the working of the paddle blade and
motor Is concerned. This machine Is
Homewhnt similar (o the Curtis type, hut
Ik considered better, so far a safety and
speed are concerned. It was made In
Omaha and was used last fall for the
filling of two practical fair dates, at cacn
of which tho aviator was paid J1.000. An
other Interesting machinery exhibit will
bo that of un Ice-making plant, livorv
different type of "Nebraska-Made" gaso
line engine will be shown nnd there will
be a number of other very attractive ma
Oimilin May KxlilhK.
Tho matter of the city Omaha making a
budget or department exhibit will come
up for final action the coming week. Com
missioner Ilyder and Mayor Duhlinan
greatly favor tho plan of showing ln the
balcony the work of the various munici
pal departments. This could be accom
plished through the means of charts.
photographs nnd othci exhibits
Tho plan of the Interior decorntlons of
the Auditorium will be settled Uon by
the Federation of Nebraska Hetallers and
the managers of the "Made-In-Nebraska
show tho coming week. If tho plan as
at present outlined Is carried out the
Auditorium will resemble a ginnd bowe.1
of loveliness. Several carloads of south
ern slmllux will bo used In llu decoration,
Mach exhibitor selects hla own colors for
booth deoorations, although the booths
will be uniform In shnpe nnd height. This
variety of color effect greatly , will en-
hunce the good nppenrnnee of the Inter-
loi of the building and also will satisfy
each exhibitor, Iniisniuch as he will ho
able to form a color schema of Ills deco
rations together ulth the colors of Ills
packages and goods shown.
Open l.ullK llonrx.
Directors of the ".Mndo-ln-Nebraska'
show have decided to kectp the building
open from 10::K) a. in. to 11:30 p. in and
that the opening night will be designated
"Trl-C'lty" night. ICxhlbitora will hae a
chance to place their exhibits three days
before tho opening of the show. This
will give enough time for arrangements
absolutely to assure the show to open on
time at C o'clock on tho evening ot
The moving picture shows and unlmuted
lectures on manufacturing Industries ulid
other topics will be given In specially
fitted lecture rooms seating MO people
These lectures and picture shows will bu
free, one admission of 2.1 cents coveting
every feature In the building
f- - '4
RAILROADS SEE MiLLERS
ON FLOUR RATE PROTEST
Committees representing the Nebraska
Millers' I'rnteotlve isoi latlou on one side (
and railroads operating In Nebraska on
tho other met nt tho Iloimi jesterday to.
discuss tho millers' complulntH against
alleged discrimination In favor of Ht. I'aul ,
millers. It Is said the railroads may tuke j
Mimo uctlon to appea the Nebraska mill
ers, though this Information Is not offi
cial. Tho millers have complained to the
Interstate Commerce commission that the j
late on flour between Omaha und Ht. I'aul
Is M cents, while that on wheat Ik P cuts .
They want tho tariffs made Identnul '
There's something to do every hour
in the day, and every day in th month in Florida. There it
Sailing. Moating, Surf-Bathing, Fishing, Shooting, Qol( Tennis,
Automobiling in (act, there ia everything but tnow-balllng. And
bast of ail, thar ia the Florida Climate, tempered by the glortoua
tropical tun, strengthened try the Bait air of the sea.
The one detail necessary to round out a trip to Florida ia -perfect
train aervice. Thil will be found in the equipment and schedule of the
Kansas City Florida Special
ntOH KAJ13AJJ CITY DAILY AT OlBB T. M.
It carritti tl-ttt, lectrto-llftited equipment: eifoirle Skomt Pullman
Uepere of the latest imign and steal dlnlac oars under th direction of
FRED HARVBY. It' a One a txaln a ever ran on whla.
Last chance to see the Panama Canal Work
before the jter Ii tarned In. Etcbt pereonellf-conducted toure In the
teemthlp Eniello." from Key Weet to Colon, returning via Kingston
and Havana. Theveaeel la new, built in Scotland during 1511-11, eipeclallr
for touring the tropica. It It eralppd with Merconf wlrl service.
The I'nrslatent am. Judicious t'se if'
Ncwsp-iper Adxertlslig Is the ltoad to '
IluMriesH Success I
BROTHER OF MADER0
BARELY ESCAPES ARREST
Xfammmmmmmm mi mi iiiiimiwimwwiu,).jj m. n j , wM '!"
HURMNGTO.N. ta., Jan 3.-Carlos
Mad pro, brother of tin; president of Mex
ico, who Is visiting a college friend here 1
was with a party of automohillsts when 1
arretted yesterday for speeding. The po.
lice wcro not aware of Madcro's Identity
and, supposing him to lie the. driver, were
about to arrest him when they were made
aware of the situation. Had tho arrest
been made the 1'iilted State governinen
hnlght .have hud a diplomatic tangle tu
adjust, as young Madcro Is said tu be Ills'
brother's confidential representatlvo In
recrct missions concerning Mexican af
fairs In this country. Ah It turned out,
Mr. Mudero'a friend was fined and 1
Mndero considered the Incident as a huge
Joke on his college chum.
Competitor's Name I m
tcinriila if Oceuu .Hlmiurra.
Veckar . .
NEW YOIIK .
PRIZES FOR THE BEST MOUTHS-S3.00 first prize; $1.00 STS'".IA!,:,,.:'M,,'
second prize; $1.00 third prize and five prizes valued at ... .
$1.00 each. Wm ...
RULES Competitors must be amateurs. All drawings must EJ&Mrv iKN. C.TXU!!T.:.
be on the face cut out of The Bee. Competitors may submit gjv1' : :::;.i'".i
more than one drawing if they desire. Contest closes Wednes- ?vVv,
.,,r"' ' Mea.j,
MMILTON & LEVEY
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Wo soil $18 vnluoa nil
year nrouml l'ov $1"
Other stores got $lh
oaiiy in the season for
the snnic clotlios and
then put on so called
reduction sales and ask
$12 to $15 for them.
Our price is nlwn.s
cheaper and our clothes
CJofhinTJanufactures-Stores mPrmapal Cities
1615 Parnam St. 0. C. Wills, Mgr.
will leave Ker Writ jannarr 7th and llat, Ftbruarr 4th and Itth,
March 4th and Uth, April 1st and Itth. An eleven-day trip, Including-
mealt and berth at eea and In port, far U0. Stopover
privilege araotad at Colon. Havana and Kingston.
Pare. Train Schedules. Pullman and
Bteamahlp Reeervatlone. and Illus
trated Deecripttve Literature may
be obtained by addreealng
J. C, LOVRIEN,
Divlelen Paaaeocer Agent, FRISCO LINKS.
Kansas City. rti
abava ortaJM a rxamrt. rota either In
to eti or fat. Do you know whether tha food
vou eTve vour bent got to make etrara or boos to
. ' - - .X . , I . . . . I I . . I 1 1 1
niBe tatr ivc nava jdii rvpiisuoa paDiiiuic uwb ui
UUyou pamnhlat oca small backyard tlooks.
It tells bow touiako the hent moat productlre and
proflttble.bow tokaap tbamlaylaaraU tha Mans, even
rrhen rcoultlDtf, bow to keep tbcm from betog a oulunoe
to aalf or neighbors, how to moat eoonomioatlv build
houses and yards, how to maka tha han warkinthe
garden, not scratching np what roo have "planted, but
scratching between the rows of fruit and vegetables,
cleaning oat the weeds, loosening up and f emitting the
soil. Write taday for this pamphlet, free.
BED. H.LEE tO.iisHkrniyitOmaha,!!..
7 A 'Wm
day night, J an. 15, 1913. Address, Contest Editor, Omaha Bee. J;;'0
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