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TIIE OMAHA DAILY HEEi SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 1002.
STATE POLITICS TOO SMALL
Bryan Prefer to Do Eii Work in the
Larger Nation! Field.
WILL NOT MAKE THE RACE FOR GOVERNOR
Doctors Will Aek the Rest LesTlsletare
tor aa Approarlatloa to Estab
lish and Malatala a Tbrr
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. June 7. (Special.) W. J.
. Bryan says be believes he ran accomplish
more In national noiltics than be can In
tats polltlci and for that reason does not
desire to be the fusion nominee (or gov
ernor. He makes this declaration In re
sponse to an editorial which recently ap
peared in the Lincoln Daily Post, the local
fusion organ. The Post reproduced ex
Benator Allen's editorial utterance in this
regard and added that there was not a
candidate for governor in either the demo
cratic or populist party who would not
throw up his hat for Mr. Bryan if ha would
consent to the nomination. Mr. Bryan
Please say that I nm not and can not be
a candidal. I blleve I can accomplish
more In national politics than I can In state
politics, and besides I do not Intend to
stand In the way of democrats and popu
lists who have given me such loyal sup-
port. There are a doxen or more who cart
poll the entire fusion strength, and there la
no reason why mv r.ame should be men
tioned In connection with this office. The
next iue of the Commoner will contain
my reply to Senator Allen. I am oblige!
for the kind words, but the parties must
pick out another man.
Waat Tabercalosls Hospital.
The next legislature will be asked to
make an appropriation for the malntalnance
ef a hospital for sufferers from tuberculosis.
The movement ia backed by the American
Congress of Tuberculosis, and will be dupli
cated in other atatea. The congress met
this week in Nsw York. Dr. J. H. Tyndale
of this city, who went as the official dele
gate from Nebraska returned today.
"Delegates were at the meeting from
very country in the western hemisphere,"
said Dr. Tyndale, "from the province of
Ontarla and Alaska on the north, to
Uruguay. Chill and the Central American
atatea. Much attention was paid to the
delegates from Cuba, Porto Rico, the
Hawaiian islands and Haytl. the represen
tative of the latter being a full-blooded
negro of the darkest type. It was noted
that these foreigners had very good com
mand of the English language and said the
right thlnga In the right place, which the
Americans did not always do.
"The secretary at the opening of the
' meeting motioned to me to assist him In
pointing out prominent men for the com
tnlttee on standing resolutions. I promptly
seized upon the chairmanship myself and
sought out the others in the hall aa asso
ciate members by asking their name and
tate represented, thus distributing the com
mittee over various sections of the coun
try. "Much good was accomplished at the con
gress, both in rt-gard to recommending
municipal, state and general government
' legislation and in fixing upon actual
methods, by which state aid can be pro
cured for the support of sanitaria for poor
consumptives. While much theoretical talk
. was Indulged in much of it was converted
Into action and the results will shortly be
seen in the various states.
"At the next sess'on of the Nebraaka
legislature the appropriation committees of
the senate and house will be aked for an
appropriation for the maintenance of a
atste hospital tor tuberculosis, In some sub
stantial building already in existence. All
-' physicians in the state will be asked to
bring pressure to bear upon the represen
tative to pld In the matter. The governor
also will be asked to embody a recommen
dation with this object in view in his mes
sage to the legislature."
The heads of all departments at the state
house have algned an agreement to relieve
their cle.ks from duty each Saturday aft
ernoon during the months of June, July and
August. The new order went into effect
today, and in consequence all official busi
ness was practically suspended at noon.
William C. Babbit, an employe of the Oas
company, made an unsuccessful effort to
commit suicide last night. It was because
of disappointment in a love affair.
BID ADIEU TO HIGH SCHOOLS
Gradaatea of Pablle Institutions of
Learning" Doff Student
BCRWELL. Neb.. June 7. (Special.)
The aecond annual graduation of the Bur
well High achool waa held at the Chrtatlan
church laat night. There were eigth
graduates. Addresses were delivered by
each member of the class and the diplomas
were presented by ex-County Superintend
ent W. C. Johns.
W1LBER. Neb., June 7. (Spectal.) The
commencement exercises of the Wilber
High achool were more elaborate this year
than usual. AH the graduates were boys.
Baccalaureate aermon Sunday, claaa ex
ercises Thursday, addreaa by State Super
intendent Fowler Friday and entertain
ment by the achool Saturday.
HASTINGS, Neb.. June 7. (Special.)
The alumni reception of Haatlnga High
school waa held last night at Knight of
Pythias hall and waa attended by about 300
persons. Paul Stark waa elected president,
Ena Brach vice president. Ona Reed sec
retary and Mabel Cramer treaaurer.
CENTRAL CITY. Neb.. Junt 7. (Special.)
The Nebraska Central college ("Friends")
held Its commencement exercises at the
opera house Thursday night. The claas
consisted of fourteen. The college is In a
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. June 7. (Special.)
The commencement exercises of the Grand
Island college closed last evening with the
graduation. The board of trustees of the
Institution held an annual meeting yester
day, at which the finances of the college
were shown to be in excellent condition.
The endowment fund has been largely in
creased. The attendance has been consid
erably over 200. About 1,000 volumes have
been added to the college library during
the year. There were etght graduates.
WEEPING WATER. Neb.. June 7. (Spe
cial. ) The program for the fifteenth an
nual commencement of Weeping Water
academy win be held June IS to 1. There
re ten graduates.
. PIERCE. Neb., June 7. (Special.) The
opera house was crowded last night to hear
the graduating exerctaee of the senior claas.
The addreaa to the claas by Dr. W. 8.
Lewis of Sioux City, on "Twentieth Century
Manhood," waa hlgtly spoken of by all
BLAIR, Neb.. June 7. (Special.) The
commencement exercises of the Blair High
school were bald at the opera house on
Thursday evening. A class of seventeen,
eleven young women, and six young men.
were presented with diplomas by 8tate Su
perintendent W. K. Fowler. The bacca
laureate 'aermon to the graduate was de
livered at the episcopal church on laat
Sunday by Rev. A. E. March. Eplacopal min
ister. The graduating exercises of the gram
mar department of the city schools were
held last alght at the opera house. x
SelsTe Jary Dleaajreee.
DAVID CITY. Neb., June 7. (Special.)
In the district court this week the jury In
cue of the Bute against William
Women's and Children's
Hosiery and Un
derwear. Particular people will find a satisfactory
stock In every respect. We have ail kinds
and can please the most fastidious. Best
values. We carry In stock the celebrated
"Munsing" underwear and other well known
A x-v One of our big bargains for Sat
1 vIC urday women's One rlcbelieu ribbed
vests, nicely made, '18c values, all alxea.
-w aw Women's mercerised silk fln
ished lisle vests, pure white,
never sold for less than 35c each; low
neck, wing sleeves or sleeveless, size I to (.
5? We have a large and complete
OvICllne of women'a One Hale and Swiss
rl)bed umbrella pants, comforts for warm
weather, deep lace trimmed. The "Mun
sing" umbrella drawers are perfect fit.
E"h The pure "Vega" ailk vests, silk
OvClace trimming, band crocheted
neck, aleeveless, beautifully finished, white,
cream, pink, sky special quality.
The "Munsing" union suits for women.
There Is no high grade underwear ao Inex
pensive and no low priced underwear so
good. Those who wear It are always sat
isfied; low neck, sleeveless, knee length,
nicely made, all sixes t to 6. only 35c each;
extra fine quality, silk finish, low neck,
aleeveless, high neck, short or long sleeves,
ankle or knee length, at $1; ailk lisle
thread, all sizes, st 11-50 each.
J- Boys' balbriggan shirts and
OCdra wers, shirts, long or short
sleeves, drawers ankle or knee length, well
made, all sizes.
mm 2 for I3c Ladies' fast black
1 OC stockings, lisle finish, drop stitch,
plain, double sole, heel and toe.
2P A large assortment of fancy lace
OC lisle stockings for women, fast
black; also a plain black lisle, double sole,
heel and toe, wears well.
O C 60c, 75c, $1.25 to $2.00. We have
owtCthe largest variety, newest and
prettiest assortment of women's fancy hose,
an exclusive line of patterna In the all
over lace and boot.
C2-Children's fast black, fine ribbed
IOC stockings, double knee, heel and
toe, all sizes, 5 to 9.
Just rnretveil an .l...nl 1 1
Cof misses' fast black lisle thread
hose, regular 35c quality; also a pretty Una
of patterna in fancy lace stockings, all
sizee, for Monlay only.
CZ( Children'a faat black ailk mer
OvfCcerlzed stocking, superior quality,
double knee, heel and toe, one of our best
bargains, sizes 6 to 9.
Bargains in Muslin Underwear
P APT ITTVIT TLTT'OT TV X'TrTIT
GOWNS Square neck, tucked
yoke, lace Insertion mil law Ho-
WE. EACH-FINE CAMBRIC NIGHT
OC GOWNS Low neck and short
, . sleeves, with hemstitched inser
tion and tucked cambric ruffle.
4 AA E.ArH-EINE NAINSOOK
XtJ KJ " i.nr UUWSB-Square neck,
. . . trimmed with blind embroidery
and fine hemstitched ruffle.
1 IpsIS?01!, MV.?LIN' tAW-
wj it . . . ,,,1,1CVJ wiiii iiemsuicnea
cambric ruftla with k1h. .....
EAPH FIVE riVIIlDtn T-.r . ...
floun " embroidery
Selffe, charged with bigamy, after being
oui iony-eignt nours could not agree and
waa discharged by Judge Good and the
case continued until the November terra.
In the case of Powers sgainst the Chicago,
Burlington Qulncy Railroad Company the
Jury returned a verdict of 1150 damages
for the defendant. The court took a recess
for one week, when several, important
cases will be tried, among them the State
against Richard C. Gould, charged with
aiding and abetting A. H. Gould In forg
ing notes and mortgages which resulted In
wrecking the Platte Valley bank of Bell
wood. SIERK'S SLAYERS SENTENCED
Jahnke Gets Life Term mad Olsoa
Twenty Years for Murder, After
ALLIANCE. Neb.. June 7. (Special Tele
gram.) August Jahnke and Oliver Olson,
brothers-in-law, who were convicted of the
murder of Mike Slerk on April 18 last,
were sentenced today by Judge Westover,
the former having been on trial for the
last three weeks and the latter ' having
pleaded guilty to murder In the second de
gree. Jahnke received a life sentence at hard
labor and Olson for his confession and
state's evidence only twenty years.
The murder for which they were con
victed was the killing by shooting with a
shotgun of Slerk, after having been unsuc
cessful In three other attempts at his life
at various times prior to the time of the
They tried dropping the old man Into a
deep well onto a pips protruding from the
bottom, poisoning him with deadly drugs,
which they put into his victuals, and
ahootlng him with a revolver.
' The motive waa to get possession of
Bierk's Insurance and personal property,
which they had induced him to devise to
August Jahnke. Olaon waa to receive half
of the spoils.
Sheriff Reed left with the prisoners to
dsy for the penitentiary.
Valea Normal Opens at Sidney.
SIDNET. Neb.. June 7. (Special Tele
gram.) The Union Normal Institute, com
posed of the counties of Cheyenne, Banner,
Kimball and Scotta Bluff, opened here last
Monday under moat favorable auaplces,
and the enrollment will soon reach the 100
mark. Last Tuesday evening an address
waa delivered by Deputy State Superin
tendent J. L, McBrlen and laat evening
Dr. Luther P. Ludden of Lincoln spoke to
a large audience on "Individuality."
Among the Instructors are: Profa. Gard
ner of Auburn, Jones of Lincoln county.
Miller of Dawaon county and Superin
tendent C. P. Chambers, The Normal will
close July J.
West Point Takes a Spart.
WEST POINT. Neb.. June 7. (Special.)
A building boom haa been Inaugurated In
West Point. Large brick atructurea have
been commenced. Including a brick livery
barn for Earl Reppert, an Implement ware
house tor Carl Bchlnck, a bowling alley for
Kaup A Schueth and an office building
for F. D. Hunker, county attorney. A num
ber ef fine frame residences are also la
course of erection. The growth of the city
Is very noticeable.
Camlac Dtaeersts Meet less.
WEST POINT. Neb., June 7. (Special.)
The democrats of Cuming county will
bold their county convention on June 21 to
elect delegatea to their atate and con
gresslonal conventlona. Nominations for
county officers will be made later.
NORFOLK. Neb., June
Ttie Firth district Christlaa Endeavor con
vention will be held here, beainnlne June
a. me dates el tie meetUC ere June s.
CORNER FARNAIY1 FIFTEENTH AND STREETS.
We Invite Inspection. We Urge Comparison
White Goods for Waists and Dresses
Everything one may desire is represented everything that
is right in 'fashion and quality, and the opinion is freely ex
pressed that our alues are the best to be found hereabouts.
White fancy lawns for waists
yard, 25c, 20c, 18c and
White Marseilles for waists, skirts or shirt waists, OEJo
good variety, yard ,aWtJC
White basket weave Oxford, also black on -white, 1 Err
at yard, 25c, 18c and '....IOC
White madras in very handsome designs at yard, O EJ,
45c, 40c, 35c, 30c and .WijC
White mercerized madras at yard,
White embroidered pique for waists, also plain tXr
pique for skirts and suits, yard OLJC
India Iinons at, yd., 35c, 30c, 28c, 25c, 20c, 15c, 12Jc JOc
Persian lawns at yard, 75c, 60c, 50c, 45c, 40c, 35c, r t
30c and ' .wDC
Check and stripe dimity at yard, 35c, 30c, 25c, 1 Ef
20c and JOC
Opera batiste, 48 inches wide, at yard, 70c, 60c H? f
French lawn, 48 inches wide at yard, 40c, 35c '"
Wash chiffon, 48 inches wide at
60c, 55c, 50c, 45c and
Paris muslin, 48 inches wide, at
EACH PIVTS Ciltniilfi T-Twn.
m - - . . ... . .... v.. tnATT
l r-r.nurvp emoroidereU flounce,
EACH -FINE CAMBRIC COR
SET COVERS-French style, low
neck, trimmed with hemstitched
;n fA-flE NAINSOOK COR-
OUC 8t-Z . i RS French style, low
-Z. , " trimmed with fine embrold-
1sfrfc oAi.'HKINE NAINSOOK COR-
aUU E7 COVERS-Trimmed with
ro,nt e Fans lace and Inser-
tlon beading, ribbon and lace ed.
vim. roim i ace ana
tlon Dad.nff. ribbon and lace edge
DODGE ENDORSES H0LBR00K
Motion to Instruct Bringi Ont a Warm
Debate in the Convention,
OVERTURNS A PREVIOUS COMPROMISE
Had Been Agreed that Delegation
Shonld Be for Him for Lleateaant
Governor and Croaase for Gov
ernor, bnt I'nlnstraeted.
FREMONT, Neb., June 7. (Special Tele
gramsThe Dodge county republican con
vention today passed a resolution Instruct
ing the delegation for Holbrook for lieu
tenant governor by a vote of 9 to 107,
after an animated discussion in which Alex
der Ross of Scrlbner, L. D. Richarda and
Mr. Holbrook each had their say. C. D.
Marr of Fremont was chairman and J. C.
Newaon of North Bend, secretary, with
J. C. Cook of Fremont, assistant secretary.
It was the largest republican convention
ever held In the county, every precinct but
one being represented by full delegations.
When the convention met -this afternoon
after a permanent organization, the com
promise agreed upon between the leaders
of the Holbrook and Crounse factlona waa
read. It provided that all the delegatea
aelected ahould be Holbrook men, but half
of them should be Crounse men, for gov
ernor; that Mr. Holbrook should be con
sulted In regard to naming the delegation
and that no formal tnatructlons should be
passed. Richarda spoke a few words In
support of the compromise. Holbrook
wanted the convention to understand that
he was a Crounse man but thought he
ought to have the delegation for lieutenant
governor. He paid a high tribute to
Crounse but was oppoaed to a Crounse del
egation against his Interests.
Ross Hammond got the floor and said
that his word had been questioned and that
It bad been ssld by several that he had
given an untrue statement of the comprom
ise In the Tribune. If he bad done ao it
was under a misapprehension of the facts
and because he did not have much to do
with Mr. Richards. A motion was then
adopted that a committee be appointed to
select delegates to the state and congres
sional conventions, the motion being sub
stantially according to ths terms of the
compromise. It waa carried without oppo
sition though the syes were pretty weak
in the Holbrook delegation. The following
delegates were cboeen:
State Convention M. T. Zellers of
Hooper, chairman; H. J. Lee. W. J. Court
right. J. E. Smalls. J. C. Cleland. Dan Al
len. C. O. Leake and Tom Adams, Fremont;
J. A. Teager. Platte; J. p. Eaton. Union;
J. O. Roberts. Elkhorn; Alexander Roas.
Cuming; Andrew Linn, Logan; C. Cuaack,
North Bend; John Edelmaler. Everett; J.
W. Dlckaon, Webster, and Hugh Scllley.
Congressional E. H. Barnard, chairman:
Frank Knowlton. C. M. Williams, Fred
Delmatyr, L. ft. Ruaaela, A. Foreman, John-
Graham and M. Mortlaen. Fremont; C. B.
Noyes, James Schllley, Platte; C. M.
Smath. Pleasant Valley; J. M. Beaver, Glen
Milllgea, Cuming; Andrew Linn, Logan; C.
O. Elgler and E. Learn, North Bend; E. 8.
Larson, Ntckerson; Ralph Johnson, Elk
horn; B. Jalker, Cotterel; W. -J. Phelps,
Union; L, J. Roublnek, Webster; T. W.
Lyman. H. E. Adams, Hooper; D. Fowler
and'Ole Oleson. Maple.
As soon aa the list was read Alex Rosa
offered a reaolutloa instructing the dele
gatea for Holbrook for lieutenant gov
ernor. It received a half dosen seconds.
Richards moved to lay It on the table and
a warn discussion followed between I
Messrs. Richarda. Holbrook. Fried and I
Alexander Rosa. The motion to table was
and dresses at
yard, 85c, 75c, 65c
yard, f 1.00 80c
1 OH "-LEMUSI.IN SKIRTS
vrvr .r,L ""jy ."ounce, edged
with Wide Medici UcSnd'dt
1 .OXt4k.W,Z E C A MB R
tucks in Kil.d flounc. rows of
r f"EACH-F INE CAMRWTC
SKIRTS-Deep lawn t.SiLn
7 Vnounce. with wld
edge and due S." 'lu w,ae embroidery
(Cin EACH FINE COLOR1
VJVC DRESSING SACQUES
FINR whitp t t
of ftr-cYi1?,., LAWN I
SACQUES AT IL25 AND
lost by 69 to 107 and the resolution adopted
wunoui a aivision.
B. J. Reynolds was endorsed for state
senator. E. J. Stlnson was renominated
for ccunty attorney and J. P. Eaton of
Cotterel and Joseph Roberts of Elkhorn
for representatives. C. E. Abbott was re
elected for chairman of the county com
mittee by a vote of 131 to 40 for S. W
Bed Willow Populism Waning.
.INDIANOLA, Neb., June 7.-(SpeclaI Tele
gram.) The populists of Red Willow
county held their rnnnt. v
today. The attendance was small, five of
me iwenty-nve precincts being wholly un
represented. Unlnstructed delegates were
selected for the several conventions. The
following nominationa wre made: For
county attorney. Sidney Dodge of McCook;
for county Judge to All vacancy. A. C. Teel
of Indlanola; for representative, John
W Intjen of Danbury; for commissioner Al
meron Reed of Marlon. R. A. Green 'was
made chairman and G. C. Boatman secre
tary of the county central committee.
Grimes Gets Lincoln Connty.
NORTH PLATTE Nph eo ...
Telegram.) The republicans held their
convention today and it was one of
the largest Con vent tana avp hat i
county. Every precinct wss represented.
Judge Grimes was allowed to. name his own
ueiegauon to tbe congressional convention.
A. H. Davis waa nominated on the first
ballot for countv attornev Tk. n i
. , - J miiuwmg
delegatea were elected to tbe varloua con
ventions: State delegaUon, D. Love. S. P.
wins, toren Bturgls, A. P. Kelly, D. H.
White. John E. Evans. Pmf Ghu-... c
Ridgeley. R. L. Harper. Major Dow," David
Scott, W. O. Sawyer. W. T. Wilcox. Con
greasional delegates. W. T. Wilcox. H. C.
Langdon, Millard Hoster, Ira L. Bare W
C. Elder. H. S. White. Charlea A. Glaze'.
C. M. Harden. G. K FVanh u o m , '
C. F. Scharmann, I. H. Adams, Dave Love.
negisiauve and aenatorlal. Ira L. Bare. M
H. Douglas. B. E. Warner 17S- n w
- taua UKUO,
B- Heagland. E. F. Seeberger. John E.
.Yns, v. r. ecnarmann. L. H. Dow. David
Lore. A. 8. Baldwin. Ja . ckki
Booae Iastrwets for Val I.
ALBION, Neb., June 7. (Special Tele
gram.) The Boone county republicans
met In harmonious convention at tbe
courthouse today. A temporary organisa
tion was effected by electing C. C. Good
rich Of Cedar Rnnlds chairman mm nr
.Manchester of Boope, secretary. The usual
commmeea were appointed and the con
vention adjourned till 1:20 o'clock mr,n
reassembling the temporary organixatlon
was .maae permanent. A resolution was
presented by J. A. Price and adopted by
the convention, endorsing H. r. vn n.
congressman for the Third district and In
structing the delegates to the congressional
convention at Fremont, June 10, to use
their' beat efforts to secure his
also allowing Mr. Vail to select his own
delegates to tnls convention. Delegates to
the state convention are: 8. D. Allen, H.
O. Cross. L. A. Tuttle. 8. Crim.r K t
Sargeat, J. B. Hamilton. L, Bourn. Charles
Jacobson. George P. Lewis, J. E. Needham,
Jens Rand, Frabk Jouvenat, B. H. Dim
mlck. Iver Berg. O. T. Gregoraon. Con
gresslonal convention: 8. 8. Hadley. George
Brown. A. A. Allen, R. N. Fllckenger. W. L.
Manchester. F. A. Doten, M. B. Thomp.
son. John Peters. George Williams, H. F.
Lehr, 8. B. Morehead. James Novels. L. O.
Brian. H. M. McConnell, Frank Jouvenat.
Hon. Frank Jouvenat cf Petersburg was
unanimously renominated for representa
tive. C. E. Spear was renominated for
Bayd Caaaty (or Klakald.
8PENCER, Neb.. June 7. (Special Tele
gram.) The republican county convention
met today. Delegates were aelected as
follows to the state convention: Sanford
Parker, W. T. WUJa. I, 8. Armstrong, M.
Cut Price on Colored Wash Goods
Owing to the late season for colored wash goods we have
decided to cut the prices at this time while your needs are most'
imperative. We are making imposing displays and offering im
portant values like the following:
All our 32-inch check and striped Madras,
All our 12MiC and 15c dark lawns In neat designs, now
AH our Queen and Holly batiste that sold at 15c, now,
All our colored pique that sold aa high as 30c yard, now,
Sheer dimities in all the latest designs and all the best of colors.
Plain mercerized chambray that sold at 25o yard, now, C
Embroidered tissues, embroidered Swisses and plain tissues, Srlth rope stripes, JJ
35c yard goods, at, yard aOC
All our 45-lnch embroidered Swiss that sold at 50c yard, now O f
Linen suiting In pink and blue, also linen etamlne, yard, 60c A
46-Inch plain silk linen tissue, also 32-inch with pearl white stripe, worth ESQ
up to $1.00, now, yard OOC
All our 32-inch Tsattlee wash silks that sold at 75c, now g r
yard v OUC
Special Sale on Towels, Crashes and Table Linen
200 dozen of 15c hemmed huck towels, plain white, red or blue borders,
on sale at, each
50 dozen of 45c hemstitched huck towels, all plain white, with figured bor
ders, on sale at each
6 cases of plain Russian crash, worth 10c, on sale at,
Extra wide half bleach table linen, dice patterns, regular 60c quality, on A
sale at, yard , 40
"2-Inch extra heavy unbleached table linen,
quality on sale at, yard
All our sliver bleach and full bleach table linen, regular $1.00 quality,
on eale at, yard
Pattern tablecloths in very handsome designs and extra fine quality,
sizes 2x2 yards, 2x2Vs yards, 2x3 yards, at each. $3.50, $3.00 and....
Pattern cloths, 2H2Vi yards and 2Hx3 yards, at, each, $5.50
Laces, Embroideries, Fans, Handkerchiefs,
Ribbons, Collars, Stocks and Belts
New Fren ch Val osd Mecklin Laces and Insertions.
NEW WHITE SWISS EMBROIDERIES,
edges. Insertions, Galoon and all-overs to
NEW IMPORTED GAUZE FANS-Dainty,
hand painted, spangled and lace g
decorations, at 65c, 75c, $1.00, If
$1.25, $1.50 to $3.00 each .and at.... w
NEW EMBROIDERED HANDKER
CHIEFS Dainty new designs on Ej
nne sneer linen, at sue, 7oc, 1.0U, rnf
$1.25, $1.60 to $iOO each mU
P. Meholtn. J. M. McGintle. E. R. Minm
E. C. McFarland and R. H. Harris. Dele
gates to congressional, John A. Davles,
Peter Anderson, Joseph Coombs, John
Clausen, C. F. Anderson, R. Lynn, Edward
Lewis, G. B. Ira and C. E. Moffet. Tbe
delegation la Instructed to favor the nomi
nation of M. P. Klnklld. Resolutions rum.
mending tbe action of the last legislature
ana tne Board or Educational Lands and
Funds for the relief of Boyd county set
tlers whose land were in conflict with the
rights of tbe state were adopted. The
seventeen Boyd county settlers whose land
conflict with the right of the state of Ne
braska attended the convention and urged
the delegates to the state convention to
render them all possible assistance In quiet
ing their title. A resolution compliment
ing Sanford Parker for hia efficient serv
ices as chairman of the county central com
mittee was adopted. The convention was
tbe largest In the history of the county.
Loral Contest In Thurston.
PENDER, Neb.. June 7.t Social TU-
gram.) The Thurston county republican
convention met here this afteruoon and
resulted in the nomination r ui..-,
Chase for fhe third term as county attorney
on tne second ballot. The convention
a compromise between the middlemen fac
tion and anti-middlemen but resulted in
a decided strengthening of the antl-mld-
aiemen taction by their winning the county
attorney, which was the principal conten
tion. Delegate to the stat ranMntin.
are WilUe. Emmlngton, German, Mitchell,
DiaocK, osporne, Lamson, Merry. Dele
gates to congressional convention. P w.
oner, C. L. Day, J. N. Agan. B. F. McDon
ald, J. M. Kelso, E. B. Atkinson, C. Spencer.
Delegates to senatorial convention, J. Smith,
r. u. bneparas. Charlea McKlnile, Robert
R. Racely, Jamea Hogan, John Edsall, O.
F. Wagoner, C. C. Froren. County cen
tral. Chairman C. L. Day was re-elected.
Hall Solid for Prlnre.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. June 7. (Special
Telegram.) The republicans of Hall county
In convention thla afternoon unanimously
endorsed the candidacy of W. A. Prince for
congress from the Fifth district, a mo
tlon being made by a delegate Instructed
a week ago for Hon. A. Abbott After
the city primaries the latter had with
drawn and urged hia friends to Intr.n.
aupport Mr. Prince. Prince waa requested
to select nis' own delegation to tbe con.
vention at Hastings. On motion a com.
mlttee of three was named to select the
delegation to the state convention, after
conferring with each of tbe delegations.
The reDort waa sdoDted bv unanimous
of the convention and W. H. Harrison
was unanimoualy choaen as chairman of
tha atat delevatlnn Thj. ,nnn(. ...t..l
committee waa selected and the time of
the nominating convention fixed for Sep
' Howard is (or Cady.
ST. PAUL, Neb.. June 7. (Special Tele
gram.) The republican county convention
met in the courthouse today. N. Herman.
sen acted as chairman and J. A. Haggart
aa secretary. Delegatea to the atate con
vention are: T. T. Bell. J. A. Haggart, W.
M. Harvey, M. F. Wlncheeter, E. D. Gould.
H. B. Vandecar. J. A. Woten. J. H. Apple.
gate, J. N. Peters, Robert Harvey. For
aenatorlal convention: W. E. Green, C
G. Cadwell. H. W. Gerdee. Clark Perkins.
W. H. C. Chion. John Gow. R. M. Holmes,
A. L. Werne. Rasmus Hannibal. Q W. Mc-
MlUan. A. E. Cady, candidate for congress,
was allowed to select the congressional
Waaelantoa far Mereer.
BLAIR. Neb.. June 7. (8peclal Telegram.)
The Waahlngtoo county republican con
vention met at the court house today. The
primaries of yesterday gave atrong Indlca-
a of what would be the result of to
day's proceedings. O. N. Uothank of Ar
lington, waa made temporary chalrmaa, X
that sold at 12Hc and 15c yard, now,
all good designs, regular 80c CZQ
NEW LACE BORDER HANDKER
CHIEFS Narrow hem atltch. with fine
French Val and Mecklin lace mm
borders, at $1.00. $1.25, $1.50 and 11 If
$2.00 each and at JJ
NEW WHITE LIBERTY SATIN AND
TAFFETA SILK RIBBON IN ALL
NEW TURNOVER COLLARS In embroid
ery, lace, crochet, batiste effect, mm
ne, ai anc, ouc and 7&c each, 'rif
ilso at ...aetJW
I A. Williams, secretary an! V. T Van as
sistant secretary and the organixatlon was
E. B. Garrigan was made tbe unanimous
choice of the convention for county attor
ney and Theodore Haller the same for clerk
of tbe district court. The names of Frank
Jahnel, Henry Rorwer and F. B. Pauling
were presented aa candidatea for repre
sentative, which resulted In the selection
of Frank Jahnel as the nominee. The fol
lowing delegates were selected to attend
the atate convention: L. A. Williams, Watt
Gauldrle. J. H. Flock, John McKay, John
Blaco, O. N. Unthank, Scott Allen, J. H.
Davidson. N. A. Bovee, George Hart, Joseph
Lazure, Charles Carpenter. A. Sutherland.
William Swlhart, Henry Meier. Jr. The
delegates to tbe state convention were In
structed to use all honorable means to se
cure the re-nominatlon of W. K. Fowler
as state superintendent. -The delegates
to the Judicial convention are as follows:
E. C. Jackson. W. C. Walton, Herman Ayer,
Allle Cook, E. B. Carrlgan, George C. De
Temple. W. S. Cook, Frank Reynolds To
the congressional convention: R. Blaco,
John Patrick. A. C. Jon Jnaanh a rvtir
J. W. Henderson, Harry Plata, T. F. Mead,
H. B. Taylor, M. Morteson, W. O. Hatch,
A. W. Sprlck; L. A. Green, William Michael
sen, James Brlce, B. P. Miller. Senatorial
convention: W. R. Williams, Fred Mink
lng, Henry Weltkamp, John Nlssen. M.
Johnson, W. P. Cole. H. HUgenkamp, Free
man Tucker, John Newell. Jr., H. N. Thone,
E. J. Farr. J. F. Curtis. Henry Rorwer,
George Service, J. M. Goeard.
w. G. Harrison was elected over T. B.
Poullng for float renraaantatlva K.t. -
Washington and Burt counties by a large
majority and will go to the convention with
tbe following deleaatea: W. r w.nn
P. JOossard, E. Z. Russell, John McKay,
H. P. Slocum, W. H. Menklng. E. J. Farr.
J".sW. Henderson. George DeTemple. Henry
norwer, watt uauldrle, H. H. Herxogg,
H. E. Munderff, O. N. Unthank.
A. C. Jones Snd L. A. Wllllama t - I
nated for chairman of tha Mnni.
committee and the ballot reaulted In the
election or L. A. Williams. A resoluUon
was passed Indorsing Congressman Mercer.
Ka Iastractleaa la Baa Batte.
ALLIANCE. Neb.. June 7 fftniwial t.i..
(Tsm.) The renubllcana at Rm n..ti
county assembled la county convention at
mis piace at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Hon.
W. R. Akers waa elected chairman and
Hon. H. J. Ellis secretary. Tha fnilnwin.
delegates were elected to the different con
ventions witnout instructions: State at
Lincoln, James H. H. Hewitt. J. R. Van
Bosklrk. W. H. Corbln. E. P. flwaan.. t
T. O. Stewart, D. C. Mclntyre. Thomas
Beck; congressional at Crawford, W. R.
Akers. I. E. Tash. Thomas Rarlr a u
Knight, R. W. Montgomery, W. H. Corbln.
C. E. Ball: senatorial at Valentin r n
Van Bosklrk. E. P. Sweeney, I. E. Taah.
D. C. Mclntyre. William Foakett. James H.
H. Hewitt, R. W. Montgomery; representa
tive at Alliance, W. H. Corbln. W. E. Ash
baugh, R. W. Montgomery. William Foa
kett. Vol Wright. Henry Wenton. O. B.
B. F. Oilman of Alliance was nominated
for eounty attorney and Dr. 1. E. Moore
tor county coroner.
Kaas far Sa.adere a.d Break..
BLOOMFIELD. Neb.. June 7. (Special
Telegram.) The republican eounty conven
tion met at Center, Neb., today and was
very harmonious and enthusiastic. W. D.
Funk was unanimously nominated for
county attorney. Hon. 8. Saunders, can
didate for state treasurer, named the fol
lowing state delegation: Frank Nelson. W.
C. Nendham. W. D. Funk, Calvin Keller.
George A. Brooks. James Schmidt. T. C.
Little, Charles Ruden, F. E. Anderson, O.
W. Rice, W. A. Meeerre, J. C. Hass, 8. D.
Watson, W H. Tackett Hon. George A.
Brooks named the congressional delegation
aa follows: Frank Nelson. B. T. Chambers,
The Apparel Helps Pro.
claim the Alan
Small Items in a man's dress are fully
as Important and necessary as large onea.
It costs no more to wear the correct style
of collar or a tasty, dressy tie, or a styl
ish shirt. We are prepared to show yor
these things at popular prices In the latest
We have the best negligee shirt for $1.00.
and the most attractive atyles, including
a Urge line of white shirts, madras, plaited
bosoms, etc. Established In 1840. The
STAR SHIRT. The one we sell for $1.50.
None better. Black and white Is the rage.
We have a fine issortment of patterna.
Men's Under vear
Our men's balbriggan underwear at 5oo a
garment la an excellent value and we
can fit TOU. Stout garments for stout
men. All sites, from 10 Cfsfn
to 48, one price OvIC
There are a few men In Omaha who have
not yet worn our union suits. We ex
pect these few will be In Monday morn
log to fit themselves at $1.00 a ault. We
guarantee these "Munsing" aulta to be
satisfactory. Better values A r f
at each, $2.25 and lOU
The most comfortable night shirt for hot
weather la made of very light cambrlo and
Is without a collar. See our window for
atyles and prices.
Lightweight suspenders for a
pair, 60o and
Fancy hose in all new styles
at, a pair, 50c, 35c and
Men's and boys' belts at each,
75c, 50c and
Handkerchiefs at each, 75c, 50c,
35c, 25c, 20c, 15c, 10c and
NEW GOLF 8TOCK8-In fancy 'pique.
Madras and canvaa cloths; plain white,
also colored novelty stripes mm
and figures; special, OtlC
NEW ' "CRUSH " 'BELTS in "white pique,
black pole de sole, moire, mm -v
etc., at from $1.66 each I m
down to tVIW
NEW LEATHER BELTS New leather
ana new oucKies, at bOc, 7sc r
and $1.00 each,
K. A. Frye, A. A. Baker, Ed L. Brooks,
W. A. Meserve, T. B. Horton, A. C.
Vonradh, O W. Rice. Dug Watson, Frank
Anderson, 8. Saunders, William W'ishen
dorff, William Cady,. Frank Butterdeld, Will
Needham. Frank Nelson and W. H. Need
ham were elected chairman and secretary
of the county committee.
Kearaey Coaaty for Black.
MINDEN, Neb., June 7. (Special Tele
gram.) The republican county convention
waa held here today, j. L McPheely was
nominated for county attorney and Oscar
Bloom for representative. It was a large
convention with much enthusiasm. Dele
gatea to the atate convention: Jeffrey L
Stone. C. Weber, Robert Saul. J. C. Peter
eon, O. E. Anderson, A. Beckstrom.. Ed
Peterson, A. A. Wyatt, George Witters, J.
N. Warp and L. W. Hague. Resolutions
were paased endorsing the candidacy of J.
P. A. Black for governorj Delegatea to
the congressional convention: George F.
Mllbourn, T. B. Keedle. J. M. Householder,
F. A. Corbln. C. A. Sipple. B". j. Peterson,
O. A. Strand, J. M. Nelaon, D. C. Shelter,
L. R. Brown and R. H.. Palmer. Delegates
to the senatorial convention. Tiaria
Granger, F. Danlelson, P. Sod er berg, B.
raimDiaae, j. r. Bwanson. 8. Erickson, 8.
J. Johnson, A. C. Chrlstensen, Robert Mc
Klnnev. W. J. Bloodrood anil Tharl wi..
ker. The ticket nominated Is considered
For Breesler and Yoaaar.
WATNE. Neb.. June 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Tha republican county convention
was held here this afternoon mil waa
of harmony throughout Hon. John T.
Breesler, who Is one of the leading candi
datea for atate treaaurer. waa ac-nmit tha
privilege of selecting bis own delegates to
ths state convention In accordance with
tbe following resolution:
Resolved. That we, the republicans of
Wayne county, in delegate convention as-
l,mh M in ,p.lltl1 . .. - i j
. , - . " it. a 1 ' 'w -.in
Indorse the candidacy of our fellow rltlsen
Hon. John T. Dressier, for the nomination
for the office of state treasurer before the
republican atate convention to be held in
the city of Lincoln on June 18 next, recog
nising as we do Mr. Bressler's fltnesar and
qualifications aa a successful business man
of wide experience to be state treasurer
and to administer the affairs of that office,
and as a man whose honor and integrity
are above reproach and whose public and
private life Is in every way clean and
honorable: therefore, be It
Resolved. That Mr. Hreasler be allowed
and Instructed to select the delegates from
this county to the stste convention.
The delegatea are: Frank Fuller, C. B.
Burbank, M. B. Moats. Mr. Snodgrass, C.
M. Craven E. A. Lundberg. Fred French,
F. M. Northrop, W. M. ue, W. H. Mc
Neal. E. 8. Blair. The delegates to the
congressional convention are: W. II. Mc
Neal. C. 8. Beebe, J. J. Wllllama. Eron
Jenkins, Peter Kautx, E. A. Lundberg, E.
R. Gurney, J. M. Coleman, Frank Tracy,
Auguat Wittier. William Jenkins. Tbe
delegates are favorable to W. W. Young of
Stanton. Deleaatea to the renraaanta tlwa
convention are: A. T. Witter, W. F. Ram
aey, Robert Jones, M. Dendinger, J. J.
Moore, J. H. Preeoott, T. A. Jackaon. Henry
Boy, J. W. Alter. Hans Hansen. Epp An
derson. Delegates to the senatorial con
vention: W. H. Oibson. Rollie Fish, R. R.
Smith, W. F. Bears, Oeorge Buaklrk, L. C.
Glldersleeve, John Elliott. William Hogue
wood. Burt Francis, Frank Hooper, F. M.
Primaries at Oretaa.
GRETNA, Neb, June 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Tbe republican primaries were held
In Teckel's opera house this evening and
the attendance was large. Tbe meeting
was called to order by W. 8. Raker and
after a brief speech nominations for chair
man and secretary were made, and W. 8.
Raker was elected to serve as chalrmaa
aad J. M. Fox as secretary of the meeting.
Tbe first thing In order was the election
of Ave delegates and tbe following men
were selected to attend the eounty coa.
voatlon. to be held at the city ball sett
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