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J'iJK JJEK: OMAHA, TUvSDAV, .J AX I AKV lis, mi. J.
PRINTERS ANDHOME TRADING
Union Goes on Record in Favor of
DET PRINTING DONE AT HOME
Itranltidoiis ('nil A (r'nl I on In Con
dition Hint Can Up llcmrillril
by thr Mnnnfncturrrn nnd
1 ' Dealers of the Stntr.
Can You Draw an Eye?
Tho printers ot, .Omaha have cmiif out
Uronc for homr industry. At lent. they
eURtrrst that nil printing used In Ne
braska should ns far ns posrlblc lie
jnirchastd from N'cbrnskft printers At
v largo attended meeting of Omaha Typo
graphical union, Xn. 190. hold on Sunday,
nt which more than ISO members of tho
Pinion were present, the following pre
amble nnd resolution was adopted unani
mously; Whereas, The prlntlnc Imluntry ranks
alxth In the list of the Industries of the
united States In point of value of output,
capital Invested and whkps paid; and,
Whereas, The printing Industry In
Omaha takes rank of equal Impoitanet
with thnt of tho country at larne, and Is
KUrpHssed locally only by tile packing in
dustry, the railroad Industry ami tho
meHlnir Industry: records showing that
irom I5.(no to MO.COO In wages are :uld
fach month to the members of Omaha
r pographleal union, of which enorrrou
flum thn whole Is kept within the city of
Omaha, being tpent to maintain homes
nnd provide for the families of a thrifty,
industrious and Intelligent class or citl
.sens, whoso general usefulness to noddy
nt large has been on many occasions
proven by tho selection of printers to po
ultlons of public trust and responsibility;
Whereas, The Nebraska Manufacturers'
Association, the Nebraska Itetallers' asso
ciation, the Omaha Manufacturers' asso
ciation, the Omaha Itetallcrs' association
hnd other kindred bodies and oruntilia
Uons are now Interested In and aeslstlng
h the promotion of a "Made In Nebraska
Bhow the purpose and Intent of which
In to Interest tho citizens of Omnhu and
Nebraska In general In home Industry and
to Induce them to buy NebraNka-mado
Roods and products In preference to any
titer, when condition,, aro similar; and.
Whereas, Omaha Typographical union
Wo. 190 Is now and always has been In
Ifavor of tlie promotion of homo Indus
tries and tho purchase of home-made
Whereas, It Is a fact that many hun
dreds of thousands of dollars worth of
Tinting le annually purchased by Omaha
nnd Nebraska manufacturers outside of
Omaha, to the great detriment of tho
printing Industry In Omaha; the tamo
being labels, calaloguea and similar mat
ter used In thn advertising and promotion
Of goods manufactured In Omalm, all of
Which printing aught to be,1 and can bu,
produced In Omaha; and;
Whereas, The greater part of tho cost
of printing Is for wages paid, and, there
tore, tho mora printing purchased by
Omaha and Nebraska manufacturers nnd
Sealers from Omaha and Nebraska
printers, tho more of homo money Is
kept at home and returned directly to tho
nbutinels of home tradn In a most natural
nnd desirable way; therefore bo It
Ilcsolvcd. That Omaha Typographical
tinlou No. 190, speaking for Its own tncni
bcrs and for the printing Industry of
Omaha and Nebraska In general, urgently
Recommends to the manufacturers .ind
Healers of Omaha and Nebraska that tho
elret step to bo taken In tho building up
M the Industries of Nebraska Is to patron
frn home Industry; that we condemn such
illsplays as were made at tho Omaha
Commercial club rooms at a manufac
turers' dinner about a year ago, when
printed matter, labels and other adveiUs
incuts of tho local manufacturers, repre
senting printing to tho unnual cost If at
least a quarter of a million of dollrs, was
shown on the walls of the dining room,
nil of which could have been, and should
have been, produced In Omnhu, and nonn
of which was produced In Omaha: and,
be it further
llesolved. That we urgently recommend
to the manufacturers and dealers of
Omaha and Nebraska that they tako their
twn advice and uld In tho building up of
Nebraska industries by buying their
rrlntliig of Omaha and Nebraska printers,
hua keenlne at home many thousands of
dollars that are now being sent to Chi
cago. Ht. I.ouIh, Milwaukee, Kansas City,
tit. Paul, Minneapolis, Denver and other
fdties, whoso, printers are no better pro
pared to produce printing for tho uses
or manufacturers, Jobbers, wholesaler.
tend retailers, than aro tint printers of
Omaha. Kvery dollar spent for printing
produced In Nebraska Is sent to support
n Nebraska Industry that pays, good
wages to skilled workmen, most of whom
ami their own homes, rear their families
UOder American conditions and liberally
patronize Nebraska dealers In purchasing
the neeessltUs of life; and, bo It further
llesolved. That copies of these resolu
tions be furnished to thn Omaha news'
papers with a request that they publish
the same; that a copy bo sent to the sec
retary of the Nebraska Manufacturers'
Association, to thn secretary of thn
Omaha Manufacturers' association, to the
fecrctalica of the Nebraska and Omaha
letallors' associations, to the commis
sioner ot the Omaha Commercial club
rwlth n renuest that he lay tho tamo be
fore thn executive committee of tho club).
find to the secretary ot the Den Franklin
Club of umana. .
Breaks Out of Jail,
but He Comes Back
John Iiutler, held In tho Juvenile ward
taf the county Jail, escaped Saturday night.
but returned to the ward because ho was
Urnld to attempt to reach the ground
Butler was ucqultted on a burglary
Charge, but was rc-arrested for the Un-
ooln authorities, to await whose arrival
lio was placed In tho Juvenile ward.
' Uutlcr pulled, out one of the bars over
tho window, opening a space largo enough
to permit the passage of his body. lie
tnade Ids way to the outer ledge and
then pondered for aome means of letting
)h!mlf to the ground, lie could think of
none, so re-entered through tho window
Tin juvenile ward Is not supposed to
be proof against breaks of men or youths
tend la Intended only for Juveniles. The
13aniagc will be repaired.
Newest Styles Arc Seen Here First.
Oreatci' Vnrlctl Aro Shown Hero Always.
New Waist Styles That Will Reign -1913
A tcorc or more tho new ideas that will
lead in popularity in the spring season
Many of the cleverest
ideas are seen in the new
Voile and Lingerie Waists
Hvcry woman who sees the now
models declares they arc charm
ing. Many hand embroidered nnd
"lacy" waists arc shown in groups
a $1.98, $2.50, $2.98
and up to $5
Tailored Waists Arc Here
GREATEST ECONOMIES ARE EVIDENT IN THE
JANUARY MONTH-END CLEARANCE AT
PRIZES FOR THE BEST EYES-33.00 first prize; $1.00 sec
ond prise; $1.00 third prize and five prizes valued at $1.00
RULES Competitors must bd amatours. All drawings must
be on the face cut out of The Boo.. Competitors may submit
more than one drawing if they desire. Contest closes Wednes
day night, Fob. 5, 1913. Address, Contest Editor, Omaha Bee.
OBS IN OMAHA GO BEGGING
Men Who Would Serve on Oharter
Revision Committee Soarcc.
BUT ONE FILES UP TO DATE
'lime for Kiting ICiplrrs Hatnnlnr
Nominations Are to lie flSmle
on Kubrmarr 11 ISIec
tlon Starch 11.
HIGH SCHOOL DEBATERS
GET READY FOR CONTESTS
The debating work of the high school
Jia been developing rapidly the last tev
crul weeks under the direction br Conch
Burke, who hopes to put a. better debut'
true squad this year than was developed
last year. The chances for an excellent
team are very promising, there belnc
eighteen members on the squad, alf ot
rtiom aro efficient debaters, and who
Represent the various debating societies
vt the high school
Kach Tuesday after school the squad
Smuj It practice on oratory, oinder Coach
JJurke'a tutelage. The question most
tvprkrd upon is. "Itesolved. That all
American cities should adopt the com
Snlsslon form of government." This will
fco the principal toplo of discussion I
the Nebraska High School Debating
league, which Is comosed ot h large
hutnber ot high school debating teams of
Who wants a position as chartor-wrltor
for the city of Omaha'.
Thcro aro at lomt fourteen jobs waiting
for the publlc-splrltcu, who are willing
to work without compensation. The nom
Inutlon of a charter commission Is but
fow days off February II und only
one mnu of the fifteen to be qboson has
filed. This man Is Jacob Kopp, socialist,
candidate for city commissioner at the
Inst election, and retired candy maker,
Ho filed his application yesterday , The
time for filings closes Saturday.
Fear Is becoming evident among tho
olty cbinmlsiilonrrs four that the wlwlo
schema to get home rule may full through
becnuso thcro will bo no applications for
membership on tho charter committee,
I'hern Is no Indication thut a grand rush
for the Job will occur on the last of this
week. Question now being considered Vi
whether or not thero will bo a charter
commission If nobody wants tho Job.
It may bo suggested . later thati utter
ull, the commission will have to be ap
pointed. If appointment would bo legal.
Although tho iHisltlon of charter-writer
holds out tho Inducement of the glory
of listening to all tho plans for home
rule, which may bo suggested for as many
days as the commlsKlon of fifteen will
sit, there appears to be a dearth of glory-
loving cltuens. '
Present plans aro to nominate thirty
men at the election February 11. fifteen
of these thirty to be elected at another
election March II, and to then -begin their
duties of drafting the dedlred Instrument
at, once. However, hopes of those back of
the chortcr-wrltlng plan will be satisflel
If only fifteen file for the offlco this
week. It Is reported, that In addition to
Mr. Kopp, H. J. Ilackett, owner of Hack.
itt' addition, bordering Fontanelle park,
Is circulating a petition to have, his name
placed on the list of those who desire t.
serve on the commission. This being true
thu number to be nominated February U
Is reduced to twenty-eight.
Wolf Finds Way for
Water Board to Out
Rates to the Public
Harry Wolf, a local real estate dealer,
(dinks he sees where tho Water board
can make enough money io reduce the
rales In the near future by having the
wnter consumers build their own mains
and then later to pay tho board DO cents
a front foot for what they havu done.
Wolf built a water main of his own
west from the end ot tho city's main at
Twenty-sixth and lilnney streets a year
and n half ago. Tho water company gave
him permission to lay It 132 feet west to
a house ho had built between Twenty-
sixth and Twenty-seventh, on lllnncy
Now he ha started the erection of
three houses on a 152-foot lot eighty feet
west of tho first house. Asking It
Ileecher Howell of tho Water board for
permission to lay nu extension to his
original main no that these houses could
bo supplied with water, he was refused,
Howoll told him, ho says, that it the
Water board gavo him permission to ex
tend his own main, laying a 264-foot ex
tension, the Wator board will have h frill n
to lay the main when a sufficient num
ber of residents In tho neighborhood peti
tioned for It, and Wolf will havo to pay
60 cents a front foot for tho mains ho
now hns laid.
"In other words," says Wolf, "I pay
several hundred dollars In laying 393 feet
of water main and then pay to the Water
board 60 cents a foot, or $103, for dashed
It I know what for."
The newest spring creations are
examples of smart simplicity.
Fine linen nnd tailored lawn
waists that show every correct
style f ea- d - Q Q up
ture, at. . p X to
$1.98 r: $5
Plain Tailored Silk Waists
New spring 1913 models, fashioned In accordance with latest
stylo Ideas, of charineuso and crepe do cnine DiacK nn
$3.98, $5 top$10
Sale of Boys'
Choice of All
Suits or Over-
Values to $35.
75c and $1 Plain and Novelty
Silks, 28c and 48c Yard
An immense assortment of wanted weaves and colors,
including all add pieces and short lengths from our regu
lar stock. Get your share of these bargains Tuesday.
Tuesday We Offer Odd Pieces of White Goods
At a Special Price to Clean Them Out
In this lot are accumulated remnants of embroidered
voilo, crepe batiste and mulls, in lengths of up
to 4 yards fino baud embroidered sheer jm
white dress materials that sold up to mlf
$1.75 a yard; in basement, at, yard " "
Odd Bolts ef White Cetton Crepes, Worth 50c Yd, at 35c Yard
Plain and Embroidered, 27-Inch, 150-Inch and ,3G-lnch In basement.
50c Irish Dress Linen Bleached and Snow White, 39c Yard
Extra largo size,
double ply, bleach
ed Hath Towels,
at, each OVl
FATMPY BOc fncv Linen
7 VvtCto Pieces-- scarfs,
LINENS shams, b t a n d
covers, doilies, etc., main
thread, Linen Pil
low Tubing, worth
$1.00; at, Qg
$;:.G0 large size,
erod edge with cut
each . . .
HTART "F Pw.ro linen, hom-
ClAJl JtlS 2x2 yards
$2.00 Tallies, in main floor
These Spoqlals In Our New Linen Department on Main Floor.
Tuesday's Extra Special Offer
75c and $1 Embroideries at 59c Yard
27-inch fine Swiss aud Batiste Embroidered Flounc
ings; elegant effects in English eyelet, floral, bliud
work and new combinations, also dainty baby,
flounciugs, hemstitched or scalloped p
borders, many worth $1.00 a yard;
at, a yard "
WILL VOTE UPON COMING
OF REV. "BILLY" SUNDAY
The evangelistic committee of tht
Omaha Church Federation Is scattering
a pamphlet slvliiK' a little sketch ot Itov
"nilly" Sunday and his work. The pur
pose of this little book Is to establish a
verdict In favor of tho Itinerant evangelist.
All the various evauHellstlcal churcho
In the city are now voUnx upon whether
or not ha should be encouraged, to corns
here and hold services and within tn
other week or so the results whl be
An American Klnir
Is the great king of cures, Dr. King's
New Discovery, the quick, safe, sure
cough and cold remedy. SOo und Jl.oo.
Kor sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise
Talks Swealt Shops
According to Mrs. Mary 1 doffs of
Denver, socialist and former sweatshop
worker, who uddressed tho city commis
sion, women do not leave homo of their
own free will, but are forced by tho wage
system to congregate In congested lls
t lifts and raise their children In undesir
Were It possible, sKe declared, girls ind
women would build homes aud become
wives, mothers and housekeepers In
suburban districts, where their children
would bo given the benefit of fresh air
and open .spaces for playgrounds,
"I know what It means," she declared.
"to work In the sweatshops at 55 cents a
day. I havo worked In the sweatshops-
nut here, but In Cincinnati. Home working
girls receive as low as $2 a week and a
saving of & or 10 or 20 cents means a
great thing to them."
Mrs. Oeffs said she bad worked day
after day at heart-breaking labor for
thirty-five ceqts a day making overcoats
or vests for men who would pay from
tl." to $30 for the garments she made.
Mrs, deft left Monday afternoon for
Grand Island, where she Is to deliver an
address. She addressed tho city commlai
ston on an ordinance providing that seven
street car tickets be sol for a quarter.
She said It was only a question of tima
until the public would own all public
acrvlco corporations and then such :or
pot nt lops would cease to be operated
for profit, but would be run for 'serv
Made only by
Swift & Company
U. S. A.
The "Arrow S" is on it. That means the
reputation of the house of Swift is behind it.
It also means pure, wholesome and
digestible product, wrapped in parchment
paper clean, sweet and good for you.
Try a pound from your dealer today.
Tempting Bargains in the Busy Cloak
and Suit Department Tuesday
100 Beautiful New
Chiffon Party and
Made to sell at $23,
come in all most
wanted shades and
daintiest new designs,
choice in Tuesday's
sale at .... $14.90
Ladies' and Misses'
Long Winter Coat3,
$15, $18 and $20 val
ues, both plain colors
and fancies, on sale
Tuesday, choice -at
Messaline and Taffeta Underskirts, all colors, to $4 vals,
your choice, Tuesday, at S1.95
Messaline Kiosfit Under- I Lone- Crene and Flannel-
skirts, all colors, perfect ette Kimonas, worth $'2, on
beauties, at, choice $3.95
All Furs at Half and Less
Than Half Regular Prices.
sale, Tuesday, at ... 954'
All Plush Coats at Half and
Less Regular Prices.
Tuesday's Specials in Domestic Umm
WASH GOODS DKVT.
German blue Calico, 32 inches
wide, 12 c values lOd
Simpson's Prints, perfect goods,
all colors, 6fsc values ...5 4
Silkoline, 36 Inches wide, 15c val
Poplins, all tho wanted and best
colors, 25c value 15i
Curtain Scrim, white and colored,
15c values lOe
Hllsboro Dress Ginghams, 12 c
Indigo Blue Apron Ginghams, 7c
72x90 Ready Made Sheets, out
Snrnac Percales, 36 Inches wlJo,
12 ic values - 10c
Satisfaction 36-Inch Bleached
Muslin, 9c values
Shepherd and Scotch Plaids, 15c
Double fold Flannclottes, good
patterns, 12 c values ...10i
42x36 Read Made Pillow Cases,
120 values IQfV
58-Inch Bleached Table Damask
39c values 2oi
Read ftayden's Big Grocery Specials f or Tutsday
It Fays. A Bavins1 to the People or
Omaha from 30 to SO.
Another flour special for Tuestdav,
We aro rfolng to hold down the
trust from raising flour prices tw
Ioiik as possible and wil: continue
to nell 48-lb. sacks best hlnh Era tie
Diamond II Flour, made from the
finest Delected wheat, nothing finer
for bread, pies or cakes, Monday,
tier 48-lb. Rack 91.10
21 11) r, best sranulatpd mi gar . .$1.00
10 bars Heat 'Em All, Plamond C or
I-enox soap 3So
10 lbs. best rolled breakfast oatmeal
7 lbs. best bulk laundry starch ..3Bc
6 lbs. pood Japan rico 3 So
8 lbs. best white or yellow cornmeal
The best domestic marcaronl, vermi
celli or spugliettl 7V&0
3 2-lb. pkKS. Diamond II BelfrlalnR
pnncake flour SBo
Gallon cans Golden Table Syrup 35c
2 -lb. cans Golden Table Syrup 9o
Large bottles Worcester Sauce, as
sorted pickles, pure tomato catsup.
horseradish or mustard, bottle 8Vso
.Tcll-o or Jellycon. pkg 7l-ao
15. C. Corn Flakes, pksr 60
Grape Nuts, pkg lOo
Yeast Foam, pkp. , . .3o
2-lb. cans fancy sweet sugar corn 60
2-Ib. cans wax, string;, green or lima
The bestHea sittings lb. l ...... .JQc
Golden Santos coffee lb. .......... 33c
Butter Sown 3 Cants a Found.
The best bulk creamery butter, per
Tlio best country creamery butter,
per lb. .. ..r. , ,.30o
The best dairy butter, lb. ......36c
The best strictly fresh e,fgs, per
dozen . 38c
The- best No. 1 Ktorage eggs, per
tf or.en .-..19o
THE VEOETABLB IUXXST
15 lbs. best Red River Early Ohio
potatoes for lBo
Demand 15 lbs., the law requires It.
Fancy Gano cooking apples, at, per
Large bunches fresh beets, carr.ots.
turnips, shallots or radishes . .4c
Fresh spinach, per peck .lBo
2 hunches fresh hothouse lettuce 6c
I.nrge head lettuce, head 7V4o
Fresh cabbage, per lb lc
Fresh California cauliflower, ,1b, 7Wo
Fancy ripe tomatoes, lb. s. lOo
Three large green peppers loc
Try Hayden's First
1300 Fnrnam BU
80 Tsara Sama Offlosi
Extracting 25c Up
Fillings 80c Up
Crowns $2.50 Vp
HrldKowork . . $2.H0 Vp
(Matea f 51.00 l p
Phone Doug. 1730.
BUsslng Teeth supplied
iTlthotit Plates or Drldge.
trorfc. Nerves rcniovcil
tvitfaout pain. Work guar
auteed tea ycara.
TURNS ON GAS AND THEN
CRAWLS UNDER THE BED
Ills inln4 affected. Albert Itoner of Port
land, Ore., attempted lu commit sulci th
in tbe Swiss hotel, across from the Union
depot yetterday by Inhaling gas. The
chambermuld smelted, thu gas and th
police surgeon succeeded In reviving the
Itoner Is en route to New York. He took
o. room at the hotel this morning. Locking
the door turned on tbo gas jet In
the room and crawled under the bed.
Self-Fitting Emergency Overshoe for Horsett
Prevent! slipping or balling when streets or nsds are lay
or tllpparr. BAVKS keepisg your horta rocs& shod, as tha
shoes can be put oa or taken oft In tea minute. BAVKO
tine and monex. Utcommended br Human BocUUm
Terywhsrt. i'ur Sale bjr
Alfred Cornish & Co.
1210 Farnam St.
Tke FamI Driftk for all Ages Otkew are tautalWas
Rocky MotmtaiH Limited 11:17 p. m.
CoIoradoCaIifornia Express 1:50 p. ra.
Daily to Denver-Colorado Springs Pueblo
via Rock Islaad Lines
Tickets and reservations
1323 Farnam Street, Cor. 14th.
Pheasi Dwglaa 428 Nebraska
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who have business bargains , or who -have, real
estate to sell or trade. It will pay you to follow
these ads watch them each day.
If you want to move some of
your land or to pick out a new business, you will
get quick returns by using the classified col
umns of this paper.
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real estate men who want to sell quickly and
profitably and it is read by a large class of
persons who want to increase their earning pow
ers by accepting new business opportunities.
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