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The ' Omaha1 Sunday Bee PART II. Poall ths Nw THE OMAHA DEC Best tlT. iVcst EDITORIAL SECTION PAGES I TO 8, VOI XXXVII XO. 43. OMAHA, SUNDAY MORXLXU, MAY 17, 1908. SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS. fifili Vi Monday's Unmatchable Silk Bargains Dress Goods In Monday's Sales 300 skirt and dress lengths, countermand orders, bought from St. Louis Jobber for a trlflo. Lot Includes $1.50 voiles, Eollennes, and pannnias. and worlds of novelties In newest T7J- designs and colorings, all $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 material, at, yard f t jC 7. BOO yards newest 190R silks thrown on bargain tables at loss than half. $1.00 and $1,25 quali ties rough silk, striped and checked taffetas, Loulslnes, plaids, hundreds of 4 patterns, yard 2 Illuck Voiles Best $1.00 quality, rich black, wide $1.25 IHnck Voile Absolutely nothing to equal this. Com pare It with any $1,25 voile in town, our price, yard, at GOO .14 -inert ranama New golden brown shades, everybody wantJ for suits and skirts, re gularly $1.25, Monday sale, at GOO Petticoat Made Tree to Your Measure From these Black Silks. Black Taffeta Best 09c quality In America; Monday's sale 69o Blaok Taffeta Never sold at e than $1.00, guaranteed to wear, 7o 38-lnch Taffeta $1.50 quality, every yard guaranteed, Monday S1.18 $3.00 Taffeta Absolutely none bet ter, finest Imported, yard 91.49 selragc; Imported from I "Omaha's Great Style Store" Select Any of These Bilks We make a handsonn petticoat for you without cost to you. I Germany, special. .. ,50J 1 T7iTTTTTn f M r' t Cut Glatw Specials rir Splendid Bargains for Monday Tumblers, straight shape, cut star dexlgns, worth $4.00 a dor,"n. Monday, each : . . . 100 Berry-Bowls, etglit-lneh pin wheel design, very deep cutting, S V "i VHlue for $2.25 Comports New Victor cuttin,", $3.00 vnlue $1.B8 Xonnd Happies Five-Inch si", Florence cutting, Monday. .. .9Bo Oil Bottles Wry handsome de sign, $3.00 values for 91.73 WHITE GOODS Special Clearing of slightly mussed White Swisses Checked and Striped l.awns, worth to 50? B yard, lnemdinK Kmsoidery Batistes, Swisses. Cheeked and Striped Lawns and Organdies, Monday, for 190 46-Inch Persian Lawns for Grad uation Gowns or dainty Bummer Frocks, 60c poods for 390 S6-lnch Long Cloth. Chamois fin ish, regular 20c Quality. Monday for j.Wc Tan Skocs Under Price All the popular tana, swellest styles, for less money at Bennett's. No other Omaha store serves you so well and economically. $5.00 tan calf pumps, Gibson ties, Ring bluchers, and oxblood oxfords, at, pair , $3.S0 $4.00 Copper tan, champagne, gun metal, tan calf oxfords and Colonial pumpa $3.30 $3.00 chocolate kid and Russia calf blucher, oxfords, Monday's Bale, nt $3.47 $2.50 Juliets for women, kid lined throughout, sizes 2 Vs to 5, Monday, at $1.50 "White canvas oxfords, $1.5Q and $2.00 values "$1.10 Monday's SensaLtioiail Sale Tailored Suifs Once more Bennett's shows its supremacy in under buying ami selling in women's suits. In Monday's sale the climax of low pricing will have been reached. The very choicest of new wool fabrics in Pekin stripe shadow effects, in Copenhagen, Keseda, Navy, Tans, Browns, cut in newest 34-inch coat lengths, superbly lined with fine strijcd taffeta. We say unre servedly that no more beautiful suits were ever shown by any store for less than $30.00 and $35.00. See the windows today. Tomorrow these magnifi cent suits will bring the crowds for the price is down sensationally low. Per suit, only. SIH The smartest, dressiest coats of the season. We offer Monday 100 garments n f ? A I Fl exquisitely braided, neat Beml-fittlng stylos, with Butterfly sleeves, sll't braids made over talfeta silk to match, colors Copenhagen, brown, blue and COATS black 13 Embroideries and Laees 27-lnch Embroidery Flounrlnfr, Swiss and Nainsook, very showy designs, always $1.25, Monday for 89o Cambric Kmhroldery Edging. In sertion:) and Hands to match, two to Fpven Inches wide, worth to 20c, Monday 5o Valenciennes Laces, broken sets In French and German Mesh, worth to $1.00 a dozen, Monday dozen yards 100 Millinery More charming new hats for early summer In for Monday. Ask for the new Charlotte Corday models that are now so exlieinely popular through the K.tst. New high crown hats and si'.lUirs in greater variety than ever $3.00 $7.50 and $10.00 .J Immense Savings On New Wash Goods THESE SPECIAL PRICES MONDAY ONLY. 32-lnch Scotch Ginghams, season's best styles, ije quality ...13'io Colored Linen Suitings, yard wide, browns, tans. greens, ,-rreys and pinks, regularly 3itc, Monday .. 17so Gingham Madras, Jacqnard design, medium blue shades only, docs not shrunk, 18c vtluos 9o Figured Batiste, beautiful sheer fab ric, large variety of beautiful de signs, I-Hc value for 6ao Dress Ginghams, genuine Tolle du Nnrd and A. F. C brand, 1 ocularly celling for 12M:C and ljc, Monday sale 7aO Silk MoiissellncB. very rich floral de signs, ar,c quality, Monday .... 101,0 Embroidered Swisses, exquisite silk colored designs, every yard worth fioc, Monday BSo Embroidered Mulls, In English eyelet designs, Imported to sell at $1.50 a yard, In Monday's bale 59c .J American Beauty Corsets ?'p feature the "American Beauty" corset for the reason that they embody every essential point that Is required of good corsets. The woman who Is particular In dress will find the American Beauty models an embodiment of comfort and grace.' provided she Is fitted with a model adapted to her own particular figure. We show the new long hip-less or flattening back styles In the high broken bust models, which produce the long, slender, graceful lines. These corsets are fitted with three pairs of supporters anil come In batlst", coutll and silk, In regular and lace front styles. Prices $1.00 to $10.00 We also carry a good line of styles In tho following makes: LaUreeque, H. & O.. Nemo, Warner's and Worcester; also nil kinds of acces sories, sucn as nusi run ics, puos, ousucs, cie. mm frflil ''it Hardware 16 Inch New Electric Lawn Mower, best quality of knife steel blades, fitted with hardened teel balls, cups and cofies, regular $6.60 ma chine, Monday epeclul 93 45 Sole of Poultry Wire and Scraan Wire Cloth i Once more Monday we offer Best Quality Poultry Wire, at per squaro loot Ho Screen Wire Cloth for doors and win dows, per square foot 10 Screen Doors, all sizes 98c, 81.O0 aud 81.78 Spring Hinges, for screen doors, com plete with screws, worth lie, 10a Iu.,i BtiiiH. 10c kind for 6o 15c kind for 100 Rubber I lose, fifty foot lengths, at S6.00, S.80, 96.00. 97.60 and 88.00 With each length Monday One bl'tln Sprinkler TUB. Children's Garden Sets, 100, 15c, 35o And 10 Stamps. Garden Trowels 100 and 15o And 10 Stamps. Dandelion Pullers 30o And 20 Stamps. Scrub Brushes, rice root, palmetto and ta-.rtplcoo 15c And 20 Stamps. Deko. a new wall finish, comes In all ..colon,, package 350 And -0 Stamps. Mop Sticks, best quality 100 And 10 Stamps. Garbage Cans, each upward from 98o Bennett's Great May Bargains Fnrnig ere, Carpets, Draperies, Etc. Bargains that overshadow last year's values. Young married couples or prospective bride3 will find this an opportune time to buy. Commencing Monday these extraordinary savings. Furniture of teal quality rarely is priced as low. S. & H. Green Trading Stamps with all purchases. iTTTTrrn TTITITP iJJlili Brass Bed, like cut, massive 2-Inch con- tlmioua posts, and seven l.lnch fill era, lacquered, with five coats, big $35.00 values, Monday, 2D 89 Oak Dressers, quarter-sawed oak, high ly polished, have 22x28-inch French bevel plate mlrror, and serpentine top drawers, exceptional f k QC $20.00 value IrOJr Chiffoniers Solid oak, five drawers, solidly built, size 22x43 Inches, made to sell at $10.00, C OA Monday a.O 12 Specials Parlor Suites Just In from maker at about One-Third under real value; ma hogany or oak finish, leather, silk velour or plush upholstering. Three piece Suites; great bar gains. $25.00 Suites for $10.50 $37.50 Suites for .$24.85 $45.00 Suites for $32.50 $75.00 Suites for $56.00 $85.00 Suites for $60.00 KITCHEN CAIUXETS. AnotKer car load came yester day. No other concern in Omaha is making such extraordinary bar gains. Satin walnut finish Cabi nets. $15.00 kinds Monday... 0.4S $18.00 kinds Monday .. .$12.20 $25.00 kinds Monday. . .$16.50 Glasscock's Baby Walker Everywhere $3.00; Monflay M Q only, buy It here. ... Sale of Box Couches Firmly built couch with art denim cover, spring top and edges, 10 lnch storage box. Has good ball bearing casters, made to our own specifications and never before sold for less than $20.00, Monday . . , 12.98 Mattresses Filled with snowy felt" very elastic, covered with best ' art tick; roll edges; wool tufted; will not . mat or packr ' height 50 pounds. Monday Special Feather Pillows 5 pounds to pair, strictly all pure wholesome feathers, a per pair aJtOU 8.98 somplete with 89 "Bennett's Special" Sewing Machine ''BEKHETT'S BFECIAX." Is a machine of real merit, made espe cially for the Bennett atore, and on that we can recommend and guarantee. This machine is a drop head model, fitted with five drawers, solid oak case, complete with all attachments. In every way. The machine Is worth $20, never before Bold a-! - fifk at this price. Monday's special V ----' We have needles for all sewing machines, on sale Monday at each lo Lace Curtains and Draperies in Monday's Great Sale Hottloffham and Cable Mat Curtains White and ecru, sixty inches wide, handsome showy curtains, worth $'-'.&', Monday, pair $1.69 Flna Nottlng-ham Curtains New spring patterns, white or cream effects, lock stitch edges, launder perfectly, worth $3.75, pair 92.69 Irish Polut Curtains In the most attractive designs, dur able parlor curtains. In four styles, fully worth $.7 5. Monday, pair 94.39 Beat Scotch Madras For hall, library or dining room, ' wide variety of new spring patterns, forty-eight Inches wide, worth to $1.25, on sale Monday at 69c Flgurad Curtain If at a White or ecru, forty-eight and fifty-four Inches wide, very effective designs, that sell rogularly at 65c and 76c, Monday's sale at 39o Brass Extension Sods Bods with silver ends, xtend to fifty-four inches, regularly 12Vfec, Monday at Vio IRON BEDS Special Monday sale, all sizes, enameled In all colors, reversible side rails, substantially made, complete with casters CHILDREN'S CRIBS All Iron with sliding sldej good spring bot tom S. $6.48 All Iron cribs, with brass trim mings, 23-Inch sides, good woven wire springs, Monday. .11.50 ... $1.00 Velvet Carpets for 73c This la a strictly all wool pile carpet, absolutely fant coloring, conies In a nice assort ment of conventional designs in bright colorings, suitable for parlors, dining r7'( rooms, libraries, etc. In Monday's sale lar way; line of choice patterns In new spring styles, Monday's price 39o Straw Matting. Monday your choice of three patterns, or very good quality i nina Bennett's Big Grocery rBESH ROASTED COFFEE BFE CIAX, One thousand Founds Flna Drinking Coffea, pound 30o And 15 Stamps. ,1'he finest values -In Basket Fired Japan Tea, pound 38o Ami 30 Stamps. Japan Tea Sittings, for large consum ers, pound ISO And 20 Stamps. Bennett's Capitol Flour, sack ,.91.60 And 50 Stamps. Best We Have Coin, special, five cans for 60o And 30 Stamps. Cracker Meal, pound 60 And 10 Stamps. Triplets for tho Laundry, pkg. . ..15o And 10 Stamps. Duffy'B Cider Vinegar, bottle BSo Aud 20 Stamps. Worcester Table Salt, 2 sacks for 100 And 10 Stamps. Best We Have Sliced Pineapples, largo can for 30o And 10 Stamps. J. M. Early June Peas, two cans SBo And 10 Stamps. Tea Garden Preserves, large Jar 40o And 20 Stamps. Allen's Brown Bread Flour, 10 pound sack for SOo And 30 Stamps. Allen's Corn Moal, 10 pound sack 40q And 30 Stamps. Ginger Snaps, per barrel ........ SSo Anil JO Stamps. SeeTled Raisins, pound package ISO And 20 Stamps. Bennett's Bargain Soap, nine bars 25o Brussel'B Carpets with stair and border to match, pretty tan and green grounds, floral designs, regular 60c carpets, Mon day's aale, at 39c Ingrain Carpets, half wojl, -piaUty never sella less than 55c a yard. In the regu- mattlng, usually lMc a yd., makers a serv iceable summer flooor covering, for.. lie .J lilCiIEK RATES IMPROBABLE 3o Says Member of Interstate Com merce Commission to McVann. v PROTEST OF SHIPPERS EFFECTIVE Coiuuilasloner Aluo Tells Mr. McVann . lla Believes the Commission Would .Not Stand far Increase In Tariff. That no advances In railroad freight rates Will be made by the eastern roads and aa a result western rates will remain as they ere at present, aa an outcome of the storm vt protest made by Bhlppers against the plan of eastern roads to Increase rates from the Atlantic eeuhoard lo Chicago. Is the opinion of an influential member of the Interstate Commerce commission expressed to EX J. McVann, secretary of the Omaha Grain exchange, who haa Just returned from Washington, where lie talked with many shippers, tiafflc managers and mem bers of the commission. ' "My authm-lty for this opinion, while not peaking officially for th) commission, also aid that he did not believe members of the commission would stand for an ad vance at hi time," said Mr. McVann. "It is also said tj be the feeling of mem bers of the body that this Is a very in opportune time to demand or make gen eral i eductions In freight rates. The mem ber of the commission with whom I talked feels that the present achedule of rates should be allowed to stand and will frown upon any attempt to either advance them or reduce them. "Talking with one of the" traffic man agers of the United States Sleel company 1 was told that tlje Pennsylvania system and the Baltimore & Ohio Bailroad com puny had refused to go In with the other eastern lines In making the advance pro posed a short time ago. This would seem to end the plan. , "The traffic manager of ore of the west ern railroads was authority for the state ment that western rates would not he ad vanced and he felt that there should be no attempt on the part of shippers or state railroad commissions to cut the rates. FeellT 8am as In West. "I found the feeling of shippers and busi ness men In the east to be much the same as In the west on the advanced rates or lower wages proposition. The railroads have given the Impression that it is simply a two-sided proposition the revenues must ba Increased by advancing ratea or wagea must be cut and operating expenses re duced. "Now there la (another way to equalise tha present situation, and there always la third Bide to tha question. "Tha Bhtpera and business interests are ot dutvvaod to stand for any advance in ratea and it seems almost equally certain that a cut In wages would be resented to the detriment of the railroads. My per sonal belief Is that the shippers will not stand for an increase In rates until the railroads have tried to equalise things by shaving the dividends. "The public la aware of the fact that railroads have been paying exorbitant dividends and have never had such amounts to pay before. Let them shavo the dividends to a reasonable point, paying the same Interest from railroad earnings that other forms of Investment and other Industrials pay, and It Is more than likely that wage reduction and freight rate In creases will not be necessary." Mr. McVann attended a hearing before the Interstate Commerce commission and the first meeting of the National Industrial Traffic league, which was held In Chicago last Monday. CANADA BACKJFROM KENTUCK Attends Meetlnic of Hallroad Secret Service Men, Whose Orarnnisatloa Shows Bis; Growth. W. T. Canada, chier of the secret service of the I'nlon Pacific, has returned from Lexington, Ky., where the twelfth annual meeting of the special railroad agents of the I'nlted Slates and Canada was held. T. R. Griffin of the Queen & Creicent was elected president and L. L. Grady of the B!j Four secretary of tho organization for the ensuing year. "The organization Is most prosperous and now has 3'si inquirers,"' said Mr. Cinadi. "Twelve years ago ten special agents in?t at Kansas City and formed the organisa tion, which makes quite an Increase In such a short time. At present 95 per cent of the mileage of the United States and Canada Is represented. Of the original ten who organized the order four were present at Lexington W. 8. Cain of the Alton, W. F. Riley of the Northwestern, T. R. Grif fin of the Queen & Crescent and myself. "The atundai.ee was large and we were splendidly entertained, especially by the citizens committee, headed by the mayor and J. J. Reagan, chief of police. I think considerable good conies from the discus sions of tills body of men, and plans were formulated for working more harmoniously In conjunction for the benefit of tha vari ous lines." after all work had ceased for the season. In the spring the contractor secured the contract for paving Harney street, be tween Fortieth and Forty-first streets, and he has been waiting until he could get at the Harney paving, so as to do both Jobs at once. Delay in the Harney work has resulted from the delay on the part of the contractor who will put In the curbing on the street. Murphy will pave two blocks on West Farnam street, from Forty-second street to Forty-fourth street. BOY IS BIGGER SUSPECT Youth Arrested for Jewelry Hobbery Believed to He VVnntrd In Ohio, PAVING ON WEST FARNAM Work Delayed Will Be Done Within Two Weeks, Suym Mir. par's Man. Paving on Farnam atreet, west from Forty-second atreet, will be done within two weeks. This la the assurance given by G. F. Monro, superintendent for Hugh Murphy, who has tha contract. Tho West Farnam street paving con tract was let to Murphy i last fall, but Monroe says It was i.ot approved until Jesse Parsons, alias George Palmer, alias Frank Lucas, alias Jesse Collins, a fornu-r bell boy at the Millard hotel, arrested In Sioux City Friday night on request ot the Omaha police as a suspect In the robbery of Mawhlnney & Ryan, Jewelers, on the night of May 6, Is believed to be the Jesse Collins for whom a big reward Is offered as the robber of an agent cf the West, White & Christie wholesale firm ot Pills burg in a small town In Ohio some time ago, when $.10,0u0 of Jewelry was taken. D. N. Jacoby, representing a Rhode Island Jewelry firm, who Is at the Hotel Rome, says he and other Jewelry men of the country have circular letters describ ing the Ohio robber, whose name wus given as Jesse Collins, and he believes hs Is the youth arrested for the Omaha rub bery. The Omaha police will look lnto.thU phase of the case. The boy was taken from a train at Sioux City Friday night, after having eluded the Omaha police. NEW BUILDING FOR WOODMEN Officers and Members Declare Some thing Must Be Done. TWO SITES ARE CONSIDERED Scheme Presented to Kxecutlve Coun cil for Rebuilding; Without Mov lnw OUlcrs from Present Bulldlna;. BIDS TO GRADE DODGE ROAD Proposals for the Work Are Called For by the County Board. The county board Saturday called for bids for grading the Dodge Street road from the present terminus ot the pavement to Elk horn and the Irvlngton road, approximately three miles from the end of the pavement. Ac'lon was tsken In oredr that tho bourd may have definite figures upon which to base their action when it finaly decides which roads to pave with the Inheritance tax money now on hand. The purchase of the J. II. Green home stead at Fourth and Bancroft streets for a Detention school has been completed, the county pa'lngH.350 for the property, consisting of about twenty-five acres. The deed was signed by Misa Jeaephlne Green and Mrs. Adam Kernar, daughters of J. II. Green. The resolution passed by the board authorized the county treasurer to deduct about $S,0U0, tha amount of city nd county taxes due on the property. Announcements. wed4:ng stationery and binding. "Phone Doug, loot A. I. Root.Inc calling caida, blank book and magazlna Plans for a new building, either on the present site or west of the Young Men's Christian association building on Harney street, are being considered by the ex ecutive council of the Woodmen of the World, which took a recess Saturday until Monday mornirr. Provision has already been made for making some permanent repairs on the present building at Fourteenth and Howard streets, but owing to the building plan pre sented, these will pot interfere With the new building proposition on the old site. The Improvements will be needed If the organization decides to go to the site at Eighteenth and Hurney streets and erect a Ibrge new building. The plan for a new building on the pres ent site, which Is being- considered. Is to erect a fireproof wall on the east side of the bundling and then one at a time tear out the walls and make them fireproof. The interior would also be removed a little at a time and replaced with steel Instead of wood and stone Instead of brick. The vaults would be put In simultaneously with the fire walls and, it is believed, much of the work could be done without moving many of the offices. May Go to Grand Ledge, One thing Is certain, according to mem bers of tho council, and that Is a new fire proof building. If It U not ordered by th; executive council it la said both members and officers will go before the supreme lodge meeting and demand a safe bulldlnj for the papers and records of the company, which has grown to such proportions and to such importance In the fraternal Insur ance world as to demand a safe bu'lding. Just now the proposition Is before the council and the Mexican government to extend the Jurisdiction of the order to In clude the Southern republic. The Import ance of the headquarters In Omaha Is In creasing dally and over 700,000 copies of tha Woodman paper, the Sovereign Visitor, are distributed each month among members. Plans are being made for receiving l.uO new members Into the order In Omuha at a big meeting to be held In tha Auditorium Saturday evening, May 30. All this growth makes the new building Imperative, and It la certain that within a year the order will either rebuild on the present site or on a new one. Sovereign Adviser W. A. fraser. Sov ereign Banker Morris Shepherd, Sovereign Clerk John T. Yates, Sovereign Escort H. F. Slmrall, Sovereign Sentry D. E. Brad shaw and Sovereign Managers J. E. Fitz gerald and L. Q. Rawson left Saturday tor Wisconsin, where they will attend the un veiling cf a Wotdmen o( the World monument. RIVALRY. F0RO A. R. HEAD Four Men in the Field for Com mander of tha Nebraska, Grand Army. A brisk rivalry for the election to the head of the Grand Army of the Republic is on this year, four candidates already being In the field. The candidates thus far spoken of and being urged by their friends are Ell Barnes of Grand Island, who is at present senior vlco commander and who was a strong candidate last year; John Demer of Syracuse, a well known and loyal Grand Army man; A. W. Taylor of St. Ed ward and Captain Merrlam of Kearney, both active workers In the Grand Army. Tho only candidate thus far openly an nounced for the senior vice commandershlp Is Dr. Ferd Brother of Beatrice. The Omaha friends of Jonathan Edwards would like to see him promoted to the second place. He Is the present Junior vice com mander of the Nebraska department. The Omaha delegation will leave for Hastings Tuesd. y afternoon. About thirty delegates and past post commanders will go from Omaha. The thirty-second annual encampment of the Nebraska department of the Grand Army of the Republic will convene In Hastings May 19 for a three days' fccsston. The department conventions of the Woman's Relief corps and Ladles of the Grand Army of the Republic will be held In Hastings at the came time and Omaha will be well represented at both these con ventions, i TWO 'FISHRMEN FALL OUT One Who Catches Most Rubs It Into the Other and That Starts the Trouble, "Bhang" Cox. 120 North Fourteenth street and John Johnson, 1020 Capltul avenue; both colored, went fishing Friday. Either Mr. Johnson was more clever In affixing bait to his hook or more discriminating In Jerk ing up his line at the psychological mo ment. At any rate Mr. Johnson accumu lated a tine string of fish while Mr. Cox accumulated no string of fish at all. When the shades of night had fallen, when night had drawn her sable curtains around the sleeping world and when Hes perus had led out tha stars Into the even ing sky, Mr. Cox and Mr. Johnson returned from tha fishing grounds. Naturally Mr Johnson was In high feather over his luck and naturally expatiated to Mr. Cox upon his own akill. To all of which Mr. Cox listened In uncomfortable silence. And when they had come near to their homes he Buggested that Mr. Johnson give him half his catch of fish, a proposition at which Mr. Johnson, being not a socialist, laughed aloud and rolsterously. At the parting of the ways Mr. Johnson, still in possession of his fish was still very mirthful 'at the expense of Mr. Cox and the latter's above recorded socialistic, prop osition. Mr. Cox was nonplussed, but he darted a black look after his companion and Into his brain came two thought. One of them was r-r-revenge; the other was fish. Ploklng up a brick which happened to be conveniently at hand he stepped lightly but quickly after the departing Johnson and smote him on the bark of the head with the brick. Then he laid hold of the pisca torial prize and ran. Saturday Mr. Johnson appeared In police court and had a complaint Issued against "Shang." JUVENILES NOT CRIMINALS Youthful Offenders Will Hereafter Mot Be Kntered I'nder That Bane. Juvenile offenders who are haled before Judge Estelle's court will no longer bo classed as yThful criminals. A new and separate docket has been provided and hereafter their cases will not be entered on the regular criminal docket. Instead of heading Juvenile cases "Slate of Ne braska against Willie Smith," after the manner of grown up criminal casc-i, tho heading will read something like thl.i; "Inquiry Into the matter of Willie Smith, charged with delinquency." It has been the effort of the Juvenile authorities for some time to entirely separate the Juvenile court cases from the criminal docket, but they have not succeeded until now. A summer food, Johnson's Brunu Biscuit, made of bran and wheat. At the big stores. CORNERSTONE GERMAN HOME Kxerctaes Will Be Held by Plattdeut eher Verelu One Week from Sunday, The cornerstone of the new German Home to be erected Ky the Plaitdeutscher Vereln of Omaha will be laid Sur.day, May 21. at 2 o'clock p. m. All Germans In Omaha and vicinity have be-en Invited. The new home will be built on a nine-acre tract bota-een Omaha and South Omaha, on S uln Thirteenth street. The Plattdeutscher Vereln society now numbers abc-ut SU0 members. The officers are aa follows: President, P. C. Seliroeder; vice president, J. GUsahoff; secretary. Fred A. Klenke; financial secretary, August Schroeder; treasurer. Ad Brandes. LAW TO CRUSH LOAN SHARKS Bill Beinp; Drawn by Yeiser to, Anni hilate Body Snatchers. MUST DO LEGAL TRADE OR NONE Candidates for the Legislature Will Have ,to Take a, Stand on tha Proposition lu the Primaries. 'Died of Paeuiuunla" Is never written of those who cure coughs and colds with Dr, King's New Discovery Guaranteed. 6"c and $1.00. For salo by Beaton Drug C The fight against loan sharks, 'who by devious ways reduce their victims to prac tically body slavery, will be carried Into the legislature next winter. John O. Yeiser, who has been making a, fight on the body snatchers In tho courts, Is now working orj a bill which. If passed, will effectually put a stop to the worst exactions of tho chattel loan men and at the same time will not affect legitimate business transactions. This bill, when completed, will bo printed and camllates for the legislature of both parties aP over the state will be asked to make public their position on It. While the fight In the courts has been affective, not a case having been lost, and several victims who have been ground under the heels of consclousless money loaners. have b cq assisted and rescued, this method Is slow and expensive and In order to clean up all such cases, Mr. Yeiser will begin a campaign for a new and more stringent law. "The loan sharks have been dickering and hesitating and pretending to sell their notes to innocent purchasers and In other ways trying to evado the law, ma that tho only thing to do Is to clean all of these; cases up at once," said Mr. Yeiser, "Legislative action will be tho next step. "I will probably prepare a bill leaving the law exactly as It Is now for usury not exceeding 3 per cent a month, so as to permit a recovery of principal only and also providing for tho forfeiture ci princi pal anu interest both if over 3 per cent a month Is , charged. I will also Include a.1 provision making it a criminal offense to endorse a t-ote contaminated with usury without also endorsing notice of the usury ion the back with the name of the paye so as to prevent a transfer to Innocent purchasers and not disturb any of the JigiMiiiatc uses of commercial paper. "It will be ne-cesary to draw this bill very soon, print copies and present them to every candidate for the legislature In the statu cm both tickets and obtain a public staieme-nt of whither they are for or against such a measure. "While this is being done, the question of using salary assignment to tha extent of practically slavery of the body will be coupled with It wheau t gut tint t lank that question up.