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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APKTL 10, 191.1.
JOHN A. SWANSON, President WM. L. HOLZMAN, Treasurer . i..y.. . . STEPHENS SEEMS SATISFIED Declares Burleson's Primary Atti tude Makes No Change. CONGRESSMAN'S 0. K. WILL HOLD Slnkrs No Difference to Pnilraii(rr. Genernl llorr ConKre.smnn Ar rives nt l)rdln Whom He Shnll Ilrciiintnenil. (From a Staff Correspondent.) - WASHINGTON. April lR.-Speclal Tele gramsPostmaster General Burleson's position as to primary elections for post Wasters, with especial reference to cel taln South Dakota primaries, has like! the cup of Representative Stephens to overflowing. It will be recalled that certain unmane". held In the Thjrd dlstrlot rnlled out rather severe criticism on the In-id of Mr. Stephens, but the statement of Mi postmaster general has made the p.ith way of Mr Stephens much easier. icord Ing to a statcmeent 'in made '.oilBy. Sir. Stephens said: "The statei.ieit of Postmaster Ocneral Buileson In regard -to his attitude toward primary elections In South Dakota I sound and wl'l if,ujt In the proper man being appointed. I am Informed that he simply meant that any selection method that wis npproved by a congressman would have every con sideration, but a method hatched out ny political enemies for the purpose of tm 'barrasslng tho administration would not be recounted. "I am assured by the lepn'tmcnt M.at .tho certificates of elcctln'ii of pon mus ters from my district bearlm; my u dorsemrnts will be rorntiaeO. "Any method of election ttm mtet my Approval as bring sufficient to secure to the people competent postinastei-3 will be satisfactory to the deparMuuiit. Can lie Nu Contest. "There aro no contents, nor enn there be any, In tho towns- where elections arc held In the Third district of Nebraska, for the simple reason that all candidates are pledged to abide by the. result of tho election. A contest by any dofcatod can didate would have no standing what ever. Such a 'contest would not only have tho vojee of the people against It, '.but would also b opposed loth by my self and (ho chairman of tho county cen tral committee. "It can readily be seen that'lf tho tie 'partmotit, could not dopend' on the elec tion certificate Issued by tho people and Approved by both the congressman and 'chalrrha'n-ef tho'-emirfty' cfrdxaV' commit tee, he woUld have much less reason for approving of a contestant who was dis carded by the people and refused en dorsement by tho congressman and the chairman of tho democratic county cen tral committee. JNo. there Is no question about tho candidates for postmasters who have their election certificates .issued un der tho rules Jhavo. .provided' being ap pointed In 'due course, of 'tlmfC'? Prysn Wins; Wins. The norolpfctlon, of . Jerry Ij. Sullivan of Iowa tp be general.-, appraiser of mer chandise, wjth. headquarter n New York, is a, triumph for tho Dryan wing of tho democratic prty and would seem to imllcato that thqro Is an understand ing between Bryan and Wilson as to ap pointments in. certain sections of tho country,, notwftiHtandlnB rumors of frlc tton between tho .president and his sec retary of state. v A, Supreme Values Wonder fuL Exposition , The Spring4 Suits of the Hour A GENIUS discovered America. A genius turned night into day. Men of ideas lead the world the designers of the greater Nebraska's spring clothes stand supreme in clothes making. Wonderful values, distinctively different models. Beau tiful fabrics that sparkle with originality. Come, look, Compare our $25, $30, $35' Spring Suits for men and young men with any $40 to $50 clothes made i.i Greatest showing in the we& of the celebrated Fashion clothes for young men and many other lines including our own special production. The most talked about clothes values in America at $15 to $35. Unmatch able values a guaranteed saving of $5 to $8, Directing special at tention to an enormous showing of Spring suits, at . . Smart Norfolk Suits Every young innu will wear n Norfolk this season. Here tliey are in wide vn rlety of smart wenves and distinctive styles. Bolt, yoko and plont raodoU. All raado by specialist makers. Supremo styles $15 and $20 ' Best Blue Serge ; Suits , Talk about s'crge variety and serge, j satisfaction! Mbre than one thousand ! Colorfast blue serge suits here. Everynowi, model foremen and iyoung men. All sUcs, .! greatest values - t $10 to $30 $10, $15, $20 Stout and Tall Men's Suits .Specializing 6dd sizes, as well asfeg- , ulars, makes this every man's clothes - store. Wonderful values, widest range for se lection,, all sizes up to 52-Inch brens,t measure. . Hundreds 'of weaves. Amazing values 'J , $10 to $35 Omaha's Greatest Furnishing Goods Store;, for Men and Young Men " FROM every standpoint the greater Nebraska's mammoth furnishing goods department is prepared 'to serve you better than any other storo in this territory. Broader assortments, newest styles, choicest patterns, 'wonderful values, intelligent, prompt, .-store service. Make it-a point to enjoy this store Saturday. ... ' v w to?iv3Sr Banker Worth Ten Millions is Found 1 Guilty of Fraud BKliUNCltlAM, Woah., April 18,-Jacob Kurtb, chairman of tho board of direc tors or tho ScatUo . National hank, who wag chanced. 'with aiding tind abetting William 13. Schrlcker. formor president of the La Conner Private Stato bank, In accepting deposits, knowlnir tho bank to be Insolvent; wi. found guilty today by n Jury In th,o superior, -court here Amotloj for new t'rla'l.!wlll bo made Jacob FUrth. an tho prl'qclpnl ( banker and financier of Seattle nnd-hend'of the Boston firm of Stono & Wttbstcr's Vntor prises in Washington, In well known In eastern financial circles. The Seattlo National. bank Is next to tho largest bunk in mo raclflo northwest. He also Is president of the First National bank of Hnohomlsh, Wash.; the Keatlln Kloctric company, the Puget Sound Klcctrlc com pany, the Furth k Investment ompunyj the Dank crT Commerce of' Anacortes, IWfcsh., and the Chicago 'Land and Stock rompany, and a director In many other financial Institutions In tho Paclflo north. west. lis is reputed to bo worth $10,- WO.TOQ. The trial ended today was tho second the first having resulted In a disagree ment. William H Schrlcker's private bank at X Conner was declared bankrupt on April It, 1912. Its liabilities In excess of were saw to reach nearly JM0.OYJ, ... i . ... . iim truaecuuon prQVCR jnat Kurtn wub a personal friend of Pchrlcker's. and that Bchrlcker carried heavy accounts at all times with tho Seattle National bank, which was his city correspondent bank, on the morning; that Schrlcker fulled open his bank, according to the contcn tlon of the prosecution, tho Seattle Na tlonal messengers cashed checks which Schrlcker's bank had filed the day pre ceding, instead of submitting them. the clearing house the Heattle Natlona endorsed the checks and deminded, coun ter payment on them. BRUSSELS PRINTERS TO QUIT Union Men on Daily Papers Will Strike Tomorrow. Ship With Cargo of Tin Sunk Eighteen Years Ago Found SEATTLE, Wash , April 18.-The can nery schooner, Sadlo P. Caller, lost sea eighteen years ago, has been called back from tho lists of missing ships. Walter McCary of this city, a submarln aiyer, stumbled on the vessel In sixty fet ot water In Chlgnlk lagoon. Alaska. recently, and is preparing to take out of th wreck nearly 150.000 in tin bullion with which It was laden. He is on his way back, to Alaska today to salvage the cargo of the Caller. Bcraplng away the weeds and barnacles h,e uncovered the same board, but kept' his own counsel when he returned-to the surface. Inves tigation showed that the schooner Iisd cleared from San Francisco for tne can nertrt eighteen years ago and-'founder! af -the Alaska, coast at a point fury from her J?rent resting place. , McCary reached an agreement with the owners anil consignees by which he wUi get to per,eht of the salvage. Men's Spring SHIRTS... A wonderful showing--of tho recognized boat shirt made. Excello, Arrow, Wilson Bros., Monarch, Empire, Faultless all the now spring and summer Ideas. Endloss rnngo of classr pattorns, nil prices, 50c to-32.50- Great,-. A t 50 special lines, at. P 1- Jp ; Men's Spring i" UNDERWEAR- You'll meet your ideal of spring underwear comfort hero.' Superior, Rlteslzo, B. V. D., and many other popular makefl. ,A11 proportions and sizes. None aro missing. i All sleovo longths, all leg lengths. Big valueii, porrect union Bults at . . . . , $l,to $3 J ' Rich New NECKWEAR Saturday we will present a marvelous collection of spring nockwear. Striking now weaves, richest colorings. More ' new styles than you would ojc pect any ono store In the west to show 25, to S1.50. Extraordinary ', showing at.t. DvfC Men's Shoes Real shoo satisfaction for particular young men. Tho now English walking .lasts now too and heel effects-now leathers. Great showing, special valud'snt $4 Sir, Your Spring HAT It's an. art to help a man to tho right hat that'sour expert hat men's business. Largest showing of John B. Stetson hats at $3.50 to $10 Wide range at all other . prices. Soft and stiff 1iats,.hest values, newest styles; at 81.50 to $3.00; English cloth ha.t.s at Sl.OO and 31.50. JOHN A.SWANSON.PBts WM.L.HOLZMAN.THtAff. SeeiQur Show Windows CORRECT APPAREL FOR' MEN AND WOMEN The greater iseorasKas winaows aro uevoted to an- Intensely Interesting exposition t men's and young1-', men's clothing. Acquire tho. habit of watching out; windows. Thoy present tho styles of tho hour. See Farnom street clothing display Saturday. MOVEMENT SLOWLY SPREADING Koclnllat I.rftilrni Keep Their Pol. IiWers SvVtl In' Hand nl Few Itetnrn to Work nnd .There Is I.lttle Violence. terbalanco this, a larger number laid down their tools In the neighboring dis trict of Hervp. JBMA1PE8. Belgium. April 18.-Tlovlng bands of rowdies broke hundreds ot windows In thd houses of non-strikers In this district early today, to to imt!SSnL8, AMI U. The strike of all union printers tomorrow will bring homo to residents ot tho Uelgtan capital tho effects' of the great national strike far mor forcibly than tho crippling of in dustry in other parts of the country has done. Most of tho fifteen dally papers Issued hero will be unable to publish. A few papers will appear In reduced form, Today's estimates of the number of strikers makes the total between 3SO.0OO and 375,000. The movement maintains Its determined character throughout the prpvlnees. The socialist leaders have generally succeeded In keeping their followers well In hand and have pre vailed on them to continue, passive. Only In a few Instances have disturbances oc curred and these of a minor character. In the Industrial province of llalnaut a few nave returned to work, but the ember of accessions to the strike move ment fully balances the defections. Shipping has suffered some delay at Antwerp owing to tack ot hands for load Ing freight. Tiie street cleaners of the capital threaten today to add to the Inconven ience ot the residents by quitting their work Immediately. Kmilo)rr Freds Children. JaA LOVClBItE. Ilelglum, April .-The proprietor of the leading maohlne Works hre has taken over entire charge of the feeding" of tho children of 'S.000 strikers from his own factory. MBOE, Hclglum, April 18, Several hundred men who struck here on Mon day returned to work today, but to coun1 Pugilist Killed, Managers Arrested IIARTINGB, Mich.. April l.-8everal fighters, wrestlers and managers who participated In the boxing and wrestling matches held here last night - have been detained by the authorities, who -are .In vestigating the death of Billy Allen of Jackson, a light-weight pugilist, who succumbed a short time after he en gaged In a boxing bout with T, I Brady, also ot Jackson. In the second round Allen wan knocked against the ropes. He responded to the gong at tho start of the third round, but a moment later sank to the canvas un conscious. Nrvr Opern llounr at Hampton. IOWA. KAIJS, la.. April 18,-(Speclal.) Another modern playhouse will be added to tho growing list of up-to-date opera houses In Iowa next Thursday evening, when the opening of the new Windsor theater at Hampton will occur. The stockholders selected "A Modern Kvc" as the opening attraction and seats are being sold for 6 and $10 for the open ing night. This new theater has Just been completed at a cost ot $35,000, and was built by a company known as the Wind sor company. Incorporated. This com pany was the outgrowth on the part of the Knights of Pythias lodge at Hampton to own a permanent lodgn home. The building Is Hxm feet inside and occu- pies a prominent corner In the business district of the city. It has two stories and a daylight basement. The exterior Is of pressed brick and Bedford stone trimmings and presents a handsome ap pearance. An Ulr' Cosh dwuld be covertd with clean bandages saturated with Uucklen's Arnica Salve Heals burns, wounds, sores, piles. If you are spring -sick, weak, tired, feel worn-out when you wake in the morning, have no appetite and no ambition, Nature is by these symptoms telling you .that you need the best spring medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla fills every re quirement. Thousands agree with A Woman Can Drive It Without Soiling Her Gloves Haven't you often wished for a car your wife, or sister, or daughter could drive! And haven't they often wished for tho same thing? It is no longer necessary for the woman who likes to motor merely to wish or wait for a man to tako her driving. The Chalmers is a man's car that his wifo can drive. Quite as safely; quite as easily as a man. In faot, every member of tho family except tho baby can handle tho Chalmers. Pressure on a. button on tho dash starts the motor. The touch of the foot on a lover adjusts the carburetor if it needs it. A turn of a switch lights any or all of the lights. ' t ' ' The brakes aro large and double acting. Chalmers ground gears shift so easily that changing speeds is almost instinctive. Tho powerful long-stroko motor responds instantly to the slightest adjustment of the throttle. The steering mechanism operates easily surely. Driving a Chalmers isn't a matter of strength just a matter of intelligence ..and enjoyment. For a Chalmers handles well like a perfectly trained horse. It seems to PQssess an intelligence of its own that's duo to right design. IvQt us show you and your wifo or daughter how easy it is to drive a Chal mers. ' Stewart-Toozer Motqr Xo 2044-'46-;48 Earna St. OMAHA. NEBRASKA tr :Awt- us and are taking it every day. r faio by ilraton ,Pn G ment.