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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1903)
The Omaha Sunday. Bee.
9 EDITORIAL SHEET, g
PAGES 11 TO 20. jj
ESTABLISHED JUNE 10, 1871.
OMAIIA, SUNDAY JiOKNING, JUNE 14, 1903.
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS.
I HE RELIABLE t lOIIK.
All onr single pairs and odd
on sale Monday, at les than half their original cost. Kemember,
there are some pairs among this lot at odd curtain prices.
SI.25, 9Gc, 75c and 49c each
Monday in the Domestic Room
Wle will commence to slaughter the price on WASH GOODS,
WHITE WAISTINGS, White Oxfords, Colored Waistings and
Colored Dress Goods, on account of the cold and backward sea
son. Everything in summer goods must go.
WATCH THE PAFEKS DAILY I'OK ALL THE WEEK
and see if ever before these prices were made on this class of goods
A FEW ITEMS OF THE MANY THOUSANDS.
BOC WASH GOODS FOR 2C.
Mercerized Silk Novelties, In dark colors,
rivaling- the finest rllk In appearance and
wear, and the Imported Scotch Madras,
In light grounds, with dark OCc
atrlpea and cords, only fct)
IOC WASH GIIODI FOR ISC.
Mercerized Gingham, soft finished Per
rales, mercerised printed Panama clotha,
light grounds, dark figures and the Mac
name lace striped Organdies, Cn
iC WASH GOODS FOR 12 1-2C.
Mercerised lace striped Swiss ' novelties
rrlnted Batlstea. satin stripes, printed
ernangs. in light grounds, with floral
designs and shot. In plain colors, iQl,.
only 1 41
2BC WASH GOODS FOR IOC.
Corded batiste. In hairline colored stripe.
Irish Dlmttlea and French Lawns, Mer
cerized spun g'.aa linings
and skirtings, only IU
S1C WASH GOODS FOR O 1-ltC.
Hairline sateens, Chambray Ginghams.
plain colors, fancy corded Batistes, Peer
sucker and dress Ginghams, (tin
ISC WASH GOODS FOR SC.
Irish Dimities and Scotch Lawns, great
variety of styles and strictly
fast colors, only
C SHIRTISG ASp DRESS PRIXTS FOR
Light and medium dark colored shirting
and dress Prints, Gl
1.23 FAXt'V TABLE COVF.RS, WK
Fancy turkey red fringed Table Covers,
a yards long. 11.25 value, 69C
Full bleached double damask napkins, war
ranted pure linen, superior quality, sire
3d inches square, worth $3.50, O 4Q
at, per doz siff
TBC TABLES LlEX, 49C.
Extra, heavy quality grass bleached Table
Damask, 66 Inches wide, 76o AQt
quality, at, yard H5JU
.lore Shoe Bargains from
r Bought at 40c on the dollar. Tables piled high
with shoes at phenomenally low" prices. ' Note the
following prices for
Women' , Juliets email
Child's Patent Leather Slippers worth 11.00
Woman' Turned Oxfords or Sandals worth JL0O
Misess' Patent Strap Slippers worth 1100
Women's Tan or Black Oxfords In vlcl kid and patent
calf worth up to 3.S0
Women's Vlcl Kid lace or button with Cuban, common
sense or school heels worth 32.25
600 pairs women's Oxfords
and all heals and toes
men school year closes
Ezercises of tha Lut Week to Bo u Bimpls
CHANGE FROM CUSTOM OF PAST YEARS
CsMtsresitst Pregrans t Be Glvea
Friday Iklskt sis Sealer Class
Will Have Basasel at Mil.
lard Saturday Sight.
The last week of the year U02-CJ in the
Omaha High school has been divested ot
good deal of tha distinctiveness and
Interest that marked the closing days ot
previous years by deliberate purpose. It
was found by both faculty and students
that the routine affairs of the last week
occupied about all the energy and time
which they had at command, making the
successful carrying out ot elaborate class-
day programs work of much effort. Last
year the senior class day doings were
specially elaborate and aa a result the
members of the graduating class and the
principal and teacher, were thoroughly
exhausted and were unable to finish the
Important business of grading and classi
fication, etc., promptly on time. As a
result It was decided to have the closing
exerelsea as simple aa possible this spring,
transforming the class-day practices of the
senior, into a banquet at the Millard hotel
Saturday night and -a senior social later
In the month. Nothing out ot the ordinary
wa. arranged for the graduating exercise,
at the Orpheum Friday night, and In fact
the dealgn was to eliminate the trappings
and the burlesque ritual as much aa possi
ble. In order that the cadets might get
away to camp this werk final examinations
were held, and as a matter of fact the laat
week will be occupied by little save a
general roundlng-up and the transactions
ot the purely business side of school Ufa
Ta Visit Cadets' Caatsi.
It will be enlivened on Tuesday by an
excursion to the battalion camp at Auburn,
where 4 lads are camping at the fair
grounds, and most of the girl, ot the school
with parents and other relatives will go
down. Friday of the present week and
Monday and Wednesday ot the next will
be spent In ch.ol by the girls, but their
work will not be of any sorlou import,
consisting of reviews and general red
tatlona. On Wednesday night the cadets
. return. 13.
Thursdays' 111 spent by all student,
and toacj tR irking the grades ta
order u'1"'" Br'l. may be properly
Odd Laco Gurtain
lace curtains of eveiy grade, go
fl.BO TABLE DAMASK. SC.
Extra fine quality double Damask TabU
Linen, 2 yards wide, the 31.60 Qftr
quaUty. at, yard 3UU
gl.OO TABLE LINEN, S
Extra heavy quality Silver Bleached Ger
man Table Linen, satin finish, guaran
teed pure linen, choice patterns, M Inches
wide, made to sell at $1 yard, R0r
for one day. at. yard UH
ra.OO TABLE LINEN, 1.98.
The finest Imported Table Damask, nothing
richer or better made, elegant patterna,
floral deala-ns. with border to match, also
Dlaln center with wida open borders. 71
Inches wide. 23 patterns to se- I QO
lect from, at, yard I3U
25C SHEETING, 18 S-4C.
Extra heavy soft finish bleached Sheeting,
guaranteed Kl Inches wide, IflS.
worth 25c at, yard 10 L
12 1-2 CAMBRIC, SC.
Fin quality soft finish Cambric yard wM
for ladles' undergarments. A
worth lTVjc. at, yard
1BC PILLOW SLIPS, 11 1-2C.
Linen finish Pillow Slips, size
42x36, extra good value, at
ISC ENGLISH LONG CLOTH, 9C.
Extra fine English Long Cloth, soft finish.
M Inches wide, fl
at, yard f
All our 25c and 35c Madras and IC
Cheviot Shirting, per yard a
Extra heavy and wide bleached
Cotton Flannel, per yard
4-wide white wool Baby
Flannel, per yard
White honeycomb Bedspreads, handsome
Marseilles patterns, hemmed ready for
use. run size, each worth Fn.
31.00. at aac
Extra heavy Marseilles patterns, with or
witnout rnnge, worth xi.w, nn.
SPECIAL SALE HAMMOCKS AND CRO
The largest assortment of Hammocks and
Croquet Sets In the west, selling from 39c,
wc, ;ac, imo ana upwara.
the Bankrupt Shoo Stock
worth up to 13.60 all styles
flea's and Women's Shoes In Patent Leather.
classified. With 1,639 pupil. In the In
stitution this la no easy task, further com
plicated by the varletv of
simplify the work Principal Waterhouae
naa arranged to have the recitation, ar
ranges in their reaular order anil saeh
student supplied with a card upon which
uio instructor, will mark his grade, aa
the pasteboards are presented. At the end
of the day the student will have a com
plete account of bis standing, which he
turn. In to the principal's office, thereby
eliminating a great deal of clerical work
on the part of the teacher, and an oppor
tunity for error. On Thursday, also, the !
1.000 text book, used In the High school
will be turned In and checked so that none
will be missing.
Rehearsal Tharsday Afteraooa.
Late in the afternoon the senior, will go
to the Orpheum theater and rehearse In
part the formalities they will carry out
Friday night before congratulating relatives
and friends. There will be little in this
proceeding to worry them, as six member,
of the class will do all the talking and
discuss the weighty questions that have
found favor with sweet young girl, and
tripling, from time Immemorial.
Friday all that Is' obligatory upon the
students I. to proceed to the High school,
turn In their locker key. and receive their
deposits of 3 cents each, made r.t the be
ginning ot the year. With the perform
ance of that act their long period of nine
months of learning ceases. Only the senior
class has anything yet to do, and that I. In
the nature of a graceful trimming and
more or less sentimental farewell to the
first act In their educational drama.
Not even the societies at the school had
closing exercises. The under classes dis
pensed with them entirely, having too
much real "work" to do. In the eyes of the
faculty. The nearest the P. G. 8. the
heavy literary society of the school will
get to saying goodby is in the presenta
tion of a memorial to the school by the
seniors. This will be done, probably, this
week, and the P. G. 8. will come In strong
because It contributed S50 of the ITS used
to purchase a group of Urge engravings.
typical of education In classic times. The
Alice Carey Literary society last week did
a similar service of regard by presenting
the school with a cast of the Immortal
Thalia, muse of Comedy.
Aaelher Cloalas; Featare.
Another closing feature was the election
of a staff for the High School Register,
the official publication which is owned by a
stock company of 800 students and Inatruc
tore The selection wa. by ballot and re
sulted in the choice of the following: Presi
dent. Roger Williams; vice president,
Oeorge Wallace; secretary, Donald Troup;
IHK RtLIAULK MOHK.
Go on saJe Monday at LATE SEASON'S PRICES. THE MOST DESIRABLE FAMUC8 OF
the season: suitings, Swisses, madras, waistings, linens, grenadines, mousseline de soie, and
other choice high grade materials, are to Ik? PRICED TO SELL AT ONCE. No better chance
to save half the price on your purchase ever offered on the very best wash goods manufactured.
FHIST CLASS FABRICS ONLY IN IIAYDEN'S BIG SALE. .
Shirt wslst suiting.
either white or
Geo. Roman & Co.
real French Swiss.
the (6c quality, per
Standard English made
goods, In black only
Moussellne t Soie, plain color
very fine grade, per
The backward season, delay In receiving
goods owing to strikes, washouts, etc..
leaves us largely overstocked. '
MONDAY WE NAME PRICES FCLI.T
H TO H LESS THAN THE REGULAR
Every piece of furniture offered In this
ale 1 guaranteed new. perfect, highest
quality and of beat design and finish.
Iron Beds full size
i. i ir
" 3-pieca Bed Room
fVr.V.....9.85 rVoworth 10.85
worm j.ay, n at
worth 18.75, gj
wortn to, tor
Just received a car of glassware.
goods are all polished.
Crystal sugar bowls 4o
Crystal butter dishes 4c
Crystal cream pitchers 2c
Fine blown tumblers to
Fancy cut wine glasses 2c
Heavy Ice tea tumblers 2c
Crystal fruit saucers 2c
Salt and pepper shakers 2c
English porcelain How blue cups and
saucers, per set i....syc
Ena-ltsh porcelain flow blue 7-plece
berry set. each 29c
Crystal measuring glasses 6o
Weller'a art pottery Jardiniere 21 o
Decorated cream pitchers So
Electric, gold finished crystal Lser, very
. fine ..." 10c
The Jubilee self-tieating- flat Irons: If
you have ever tried to use one you will
never get a long wunoui n.
HIGHEST GRADE AT LOWEST POSSI
Spectacle and eye glasses fitted with
good lenses, wotth $1.50. on sale at 49c.
ftoM tilled frsn,s. hlahty finished, guar
anteed not to discolor or tarnish. W00 val
ues, on aala at fl.w-
No charge for examination by experi
treasurer, H. A. Senter; editor-ln -chief, Jo
seph Swenaon; assistant editor-in-chief,
Jeaa Fleming; business manager, Howard
Blackburn; assistant business manager,
Concerning the class'-day banquet Satur
day night very little Information has been
given out. Tha toasts will be as follow.:
"Our Class President," "Our Class Spirit."
"The Blue and the Gold." "Our Study
Rooms." "P. G. 8.." "The Sweet Girl Grad
uate," "The Stalwart Boy Graduate." The
names of the class member, who will re
spond have not been made public
Arrangements for the banquet of the
Alumni association at the Millard hotel on
the evening of June 23 are nearly com
pleted. Mr. Howard Kennedy, jr., will be
toastmaster and Rev. Newton M. Mann will
ask a blessing. Mr. Manchester and
Mis. Lehman will sing. The aale ot
ticket. 1. limited to 200 and close.
Friday. Ticket. may be obtained
of Arthur Jorgensen at the Toung
Men's Christian association rooms; Allan
Hamilton, at the Midland Glass and Paint
company, and Nathan Bernstein, at the
High school. Indications are that each
class graduated from the High school will
be represented. A reception and reunion
will be held previous to the banquet, which,
of course, the '03 class will attend, and
afterward alll be a business session.
Sealer Class SoclaL
Tbe senior class social will be held on
the lawn ot E. A. Parmclee, 1924 Corby
street, TVedneeday evening, June 24. The
competitive drill ot the cadet companies
probably will be held on tbe evening of
June 23, although this has not positively
been decided upon.
The graduating program Is as follows:
PresenUUon of Cadet Certificates
Superintendent C. J. Psare.
Oration Politics in Municipal Govern- '
Mr. August Swenson.
Oration Women in History
Miss KUen True.
Piano Solo Selected
Miss Cora Evans. .
Oration The Jew
Mr. Sidney Singer.
Oration Unci Tom's Cabin .
Miss Madeline Hlllls.
Oration Tha Young Man: A Factor In
Our National Greatness
Mr. Byron kUton.
Piano Solo Selected
Miss lngrld Federmen.
Oration Tli Future of the Trust
Mr. Roy Sunderland.
Presentation of Diplomas
President Theodore W. Johnson.
Of the graduating class of IS), 10S are
The Choicest Wash Fabrics in Our
High Grado Wash Goods Dcpt
Paris mousseline. white. DO-In. wide, ssme
ss sold up to 65c yard, per 4Q ,
Linen suitings, all our finest goods, sold
up to tl yard, at AQf
per yard tJI
Wash chiffon. 4S Inches wide, white only,
special quality, per 9Cr
Black Persian, lawn, the 25c
quality, per yard
Choicest styles and colors Scotch madras
shirtings, tec and 45c goods. 9i
per yard S3
Hardware, Stoves and
Special Basement Bargains.
REFRIGERATORS We carry In stock
the celebrated ICE KING; also the COLD
WAVE, the JEWEL, and several other
makes of first-class refrigerators. We
have them lined In sine, galxanUed Iron or
white enamel, all with adjustable shelves
and removable Ice tank. Site 26x17x49 In.
for tS-49; sUe 28x14x42 in. far $9.86; alse tOx
20x44 In. for $11.35.
GASOLINE STOVES We carry a full Une
of gasoline stoves. The DOUGLAS, the
IDEAL. the INSURANCE, the NA
TIONAL. We can sell you a very fine
three-burner, with stop, with even, all
complete, for $13.96. The beet two-hole
Junior National stove for $2.(3.
THE STANDARD STEEL RANGES We
carry the largest stock of steel range west
of Chicago. We have the M. A D., the
IDEAL, the HOME, the STANDARD and
OUR LEADER. We can sell you one
eight Inch holes, large 16-lnch square oven,
very hansomely nlckle trimmed, asbestos
lined throughout. This range la worth $36.
We sell them for $2.e0.
You Need 'Em All.
Hardwood Screens. 25c
The best screen, lHc
Warranted Hose, 7c.
Double Gasoline Ovens, $1.69.
Granite Dish Pans, 29c
Oil finished door, 45c
lilra Snrinklers 19c. . . ' - "
Corner Mnk so-alner. "44.
Scea. Uoors, 6y ,
, Poultry netting, He, " "
Hardwood Hose Reels. 4S?. '
60-lb. Fancy Flour Cans. 69c
Screen Frames. J0x3S, l'Hc.
14-in. Lawn Mowers. $2.49.
Fancy Wood Salt Boxes, 7c.
O K Washers. $5.49.
Wall Paper and Paints
Closing out all this season's best grade
of white blanks at 3c per roll. up. Kino
gilt papers at 6c per roll up. Beat ready
mixed paints, per gallon, only 9c; equal
to any paints sold elsewhere at $1.60 to $2
We have also varnishes, stains, enamels,
brushes, wall paper cleaner and room
moulding, all at greatly reduced prices.
girl, and 68 boys. Of the boys 23 have
decided to go to college, while only 33
of the girls hjLve signified a like deter
mination. Among tbe boy. who graduated'
the courses were distributed as follows:
Elective, 34; manual training, 11; Latin-English,
t; German-English, 3; commercial. 3;
classical, L The girls completed courses
as follows: Latin-English. 39; elective, 27;
German-English, 1!; French,- 4; English. 4;
commercial, 3; classical. 3.
Karnes ef the Graaaatee.
These are the names, courses and decision
as to a college course:
NAME AND COURSE.
Ahlqulat, Frank C, Manual Training.
Barker, Joseph., tiecuve.
Ball. William J. J., Manual Training.
beaelln. Raymond Louis, Llectlve, College.
Bollard. Donald C. Elective, College.
Brewster, Raymond. Manual Training,
BurkhaJier, Paul, Elective.
Butt. William C. German-English.
Chaffee, Herbert W.. Elective, College.
Clark. George E., Elective.
Creedon, Frank 11 , Manual Training.
Dumont. John R.. Manual Training, College.
Euton, L. tfyron b.erun, uiuu-uicuio,
Fair, James H. 8., Elective.
Fairbrother, Albert M , Elective.
Plndlev. Ray H.. Manual Training.
Gard. Charles E., Elective.
Goeis. Frank, Elective.
Goldstein. David B., Elective.
Greenleaf. F. Miles, Electee. College.
Hansen, Aug. C uerraan-tngusn.
Hams, Eugene T., Manual Training.
Hurt. Ralph 8.. Elective.
Higgina, Lesll Allan, Latin-English, Col
lege. Ivius, Richard Lynnaeus, Elective. College.
Johnson, Ernest H., Elective, College.
Johnson, Harold H;, Elective, College.
Johnson, H. Lyle, Elective.
Kelley. Ernest, fc-lecllve. tJollege.
Koclier, Paul, Commercial.
Hrause, Jonn, t ommeroui.
Kroh, Charlos K., Manual Training.
Laubach. George 8 . Llectlve.
I.ee. Montrose L-, Elective, College.
MacDUrmld, Leslie Fied-rick. Elective.
McLachron. Wilurd S . Elective.
Meyer, Edward M . Elec tive, College.
Miner, Burt Clarence. Elective.
Neal, Frank C, Elective.
Nelson. 11 Arthur, Elective.
Nevoid. Joseph J.. Manu.il Training.
Bobertnon, Claude H., E.ectlve.
Kosewater, Stanley M., Latin-English, un
decided. Sachs, Adolph, German-Erurlixh. College.
Schneider. Clarence L., Lat.n-Ei.glish.
Singer. Sidney, Elective. College.
Slaughter, Denton. El-ctlv. College.
Suiphen, C Joy, Elective. College.
Starr, Thomas Oscar, Commercial. College.
Sunderland, Roy, Latin-EntHrh. College.
Swenaon. A. August. Latin-English. College.
Talor, Maunce S., Manual Training. Col
lege. I'tt. Lee H . Manual Training. College.
Wallace. Hugh E.. Eie.-iiv. College.
VVett, Ralph Millard. Claiuical, College.
Wletner. Paul N., Elective, ''ollege.
Wllle, Frank J., Elective. College.
Williamson, Andrew Herron, Elective, Col
Anderson. Helen Wilson, Latin-English,
a. gr '" it 1 . I" (
All of our stock of Danish cloth
Colored Batiste, all colors and
white, 40 Inches wide, per
Hand loom silk, embroidered
Inches, real value up to 32
yard., at per yard.
All white and black and white fancy
waistings, worth up to 78c, 0Cf
at, per yard S9
Choice of alt the finest mercerlxed vesting!
and wslstings. worth up to CfV-
$1.13. at per yard 3U
A Shirt Waist Carnival
More waists than we can handle. Must
sell them to make room. Prices less than
actual cost of material. The last day for
those Rc waists. u0 dosen left.
SKCOND SPECIAL Over W dosen waists.
in white and colors, worth up to $4 no,
will be placed on our I Mff
counter at Ilrw
(Sale begins Monday).
THIRD SPECIAL Women's white lawn
and natural linen waists, made to sell
DLKSS SKIRTS About 350 rainy day
skirls, made of coronation cloth and
Scotch mixtures, yoke trimmed J fin
worth $7.50. sale price 49 VI
(Alterations made free lust as If you paid
2C0 women's silk dress skirts, made with 6
rutnes at bottom, separate
ijirop skirts, for
100 women's peau de soie silk skirts, chiffon
accordeon pleated bottom, T QC
worth $16.00, sale price, only I 19 3
WOMEN'S SUIT DEPARTMENT
Ihn wwr'n tailor made blouse suits, made
to sell for $15 00. 1 QC
ale price Ii9J
60 women's silk shirt waist suits, worth
Women's Sicilian suits, made In newest
shirt waist style, in black, blue and
cream, worth $16.00, O QO
on sale at. Q9f
60 women's linen wash suits, made In new
est effects, piped In redj Q Oft
worth $6.00. for tf t90
10 women's silk coats, worth
$6.00, to close at .
Pianos and Organs
CATALOGUES FURNISHED TO OUT OF
TOWN CUSTOMERS ON APPLICATION.
We are the great leaders in all kinds of
musical instruments. We represent many
of the largest manufacturers in the world.
If you want anything from a jewsharp to
a concert grand piano write or call on us.
We have It. We guarantee to save you
money on your purchase. Te carry .the
cuuTplate HutT ot pianos la tldS part
of the country. Over forty-two different
makes to select from. Including such well
known makes as Chickerlng , Fischer, Estey,
Wlgman, Conover, Cable, Jacob Doll,
Franklin, Price Temple, Russell A
Lane, Kingsbury, Wellington, Stodard
Decker. New pianos for rent. Tel. 16S3.
a full line all colors, of a splendid wash
taffeta ribbon tfXm
worth Xto for IJG
Anderson, Johanna, German-English.
Anderson, Zlllah NelL Latin-English, un
decided. Ayer, Jennie Florella, Elective.
Ayer, Sarah Lois, Elective.
Maim, Margaret J.. Elective.
Barr. Nell Marcretta. Elective. Collece.
Barton, Eleanora Katherine, Latin-English.
tieara, tiaiei, uerman-Engiisn, college.
Bellis. Nealie, Latin-English.
Bernstein. Sadie. Elective, College.
Bilger, Gertrude, English.
Blake, lva Lou, Elective.
Honneii, ines Blanche, Elective.
Breasman, Jennie, Classical.
Buresh. Grace A.. Classical. Colleae.
Campbell. Cassle B., Latin-English, Normal
Carey, Jessie E., Geraia.n-Englih.
Carlson. Esther C. Latin-Ennlish.
Carpenter, Olive Ruth, Latin-EnglisH. undo-
Carson, L. Bernlce, Elective.
Cash, Elisabeth T., Latin-English.
Clark. Hit a Sally, Elective. College.
Cleve, Emily, German-English, College.
Coakley, Pearl H-. English, Normal.
Cochran, Esther Gertrude. Lalin-EngliBh,
Coral, Erla, Elective, Normal.
Crenshaw. Catherine. Latln-Encllsh.
Cusack, Mary C, Elective, College.
caiing, nnma Eureka, Latin-English.
Evans, Cora May, French-English, College.
Fiala, Rose. German-English.
Fraxier, Joale Pearl, Elective. College,
French, Ruth, Elective.
Fry, Elisabeth Matilda, Elective.
Glick, Helen, Latin-English, undecided.
Goerne, Clara Esther, German-English.
Godfrey, Niobe Helen, Elective.
Graham, Leila. Elective.
Hall. Lilian, French-English.
Hall, May Louise. Latin-English.
Hammer Hilda, Letin-EngUsh.
Healey, Nannie T., Latin-English.
Healey, Rose Perpetua. Elective.
Helmrod. Clara A. Elective.
Hendrie, Helen, Latin-English, College,
tieuca, Eouiee I.. uorman-Engiiso.
HUlis. Madeline Shaffer. Elective.
Howe. Alice Henriettta, Elective, College.
Howes, Martha Day, Commercial.
Johnson, Lulu Grace, Commercial.
Hoel, Faith Lee. Elective. College.
Jorgensen. Carrie, German -English.
Hunt, Harriet M., Latla-Engllan, College.
Kohn. Florence B., Elective.
Langdon, Rosemary Katherine, English,
Leech. M Beulah. Elective.
McAvln. Margaret May, Commercial
McCafferey, Mary Cecelia, Latln-Engllsh,
McDIII Oladvs. Latin-Engllh. College.
McCarthy, Cecelia E. V.. German- Eng
lish. McIermott. Claire, Commercial.
McLaughlin, Edna Mildred, Elective, Col
lege. Marhoff. Ruth, Latln-Engllsh.
Mengedoht. Elsie. German-English.
Miller. Cloy. Elective.
Moore. M. Jusnlta. Elective.
More. Louise Beatrice. Latin-English.
Morgan. Mary W . Latin-English, College.
Mould. Mabel. Latlt-Kngush.
Munnecke. Gertrude Eva. Latln-Engllsh.
Murphy, Eveann Marie, Latln-Engllsh. Col
lege. Newman. Amelia. Oerman-Engllsh.
Oele. Ora M.. Itin-Engllsh, College.
Olney. Grace A dele. Latin-Ensllxh.
Parmelee. Louise Hurford. Latin-English.
Pederson. Inrrid EHnore. Latln-Engllsh.
Pedersen. Mattle Catherine Elective.
Peterson Amy A., 1-atin-Enghsh.
Proctor. F.dna D.. English.
Ouleh. Lillian. French-EnsHsh.
Rhoades. Laura Allda, Lailn-Eng!l;&.
High Grade Wool
Dross Goods Dept.
Monday. June 15th, we p
June 15th we put on sale our
In black and colors. This line Includes Priestley s, i,uplns
Please get prices and compare them
stores. You will find the price to
4Mnch black and colored voiles at
46-lnoh black and colored voiles at..
46-lnch black and colored voiles at
46-inch black and colored voiles at
No dress fabrics so good for wear or as
stvllsh for street, outing or traveling as
mohair, a fabric that docs not muss,
wrinkle or show the dust, one that you
can waah. We have them In black, blues.
grays and creams, xrom tto 10 - 3 per
y s rd.
52-Inch black Sicilian, a regular $1.00
quality, for 69c
64-Inch Priestley's black Sicilian, Cra-
Extraordinary Salo on Fine Silks
I-OW PRICE8 ON FINE BLACK TAF
FETAS. A large purchase enables us to
make these remarkable prices:
BLACK RUSTLING TAFFETA, ln, wide,
regular selling price, c, CCe
for only 93
BLACK RUSTLING TAFFETA, J7-ln. wide,
regular selling price, $1.25, Cft.
for only O9C
BLACK RUSTLING TAFFETA. W-tn. wide,
regular selling price, $1.50, no.
for only QQC
8I KCIAL 60 pieces oil boiled finish high
grade Black Taffeta, full 44-ln. mlde, an
excellent silk for every use. This qualltv
In this width sells regularly at i IP
$2.00. In this sale
10 PIECES OF EXTRA fine Imported Black
PURE DYE TAFFETA, one of the finest
suits maae, zi-in. wide, worth
$1.75, on sale at
SALE ON PONGEE SILKS, plain Pongee,
mnpe i-ongee. emDroioered rongee, tine
qua.ity, pure silk, warranted to Cft,
wear and waah, worth $1, for UfC
BLACK JAPANESE WASH SILK, SO-ln.
wide, worth 40c, ei r
on sale at itfC
GREAT SAMPLE SHIRT SALE
HEM'S $1.50 SHIRTS FOR 50c
The entire sample line of the famous "Griffon" brand men's Shirts closed out to
us at leas than 60o on the dollar for spot cash. About 250 dozen fine Shlrta In all.
AH styles and fabrics, plain or pleated bosoms, with attached or detached collars
and cuffs, handsomely and stylishly made up, correctly cut, perfect In fit and aold
regularly up to $1.50 each. These Shirts will prove a big bargain Monday at 60c.
Big Sale on Huslin Underwear
Exquisitely new and dainty creations In summer lingerie just received and now
Chemise, Drawers, Corset Covers, Gowns. Skirts, etc. In areat variety. All
made up in newest fashions, stylishly finished from best selected materials. Special
S45,000 Spot Cash Purchase Finest Summer
Underwear on Salo.
Several of the largest leading underwear mills of the country closed out to us for
spot cash their entire surplus stock of summer underwear. The rainy, backward sea
son -made them anxious to unload, and aa their season was over, thev made the price,
ridlcu'ously low for spot cash. THE GOODS ARE HERE AT HAYDEN S AND ON
In tremendous quantities and most aston
ishing variety. Evry garment full fash
ioned, well made, perfect fitting, nicely tin-
Ished.bsoJm.ely new and perfect la every
im tm w wiw rciccieu
talbrlggans, llales, linen, silks, etc., etc.
la ribbed and plain and net; in white, flesh
and all the desirable shades, all go on sale
without reserve In four lots worth up to
$2.60 eale prices 76c, 60c, 36c and 26c
Great Grocery Sale
The market, or rather the trust on
time to buy. Cudahy's Diamond C Swift's Pride White Russian Soap,
Beat 'Em All, and all brands of laundry soap, per bar
per pkg .,
1-1 b. can
Large bottle Gherkins,
Sour Chow Chow, Q 1
etc, per bottle Qs
1-lb. can special
Ross, E. Isabel, Latln-Engllsh.
Baaatrom, Mabel Blanch. Elective.
Sheahan, Alice. Elective.
Shearer, Esther A., Elective, College.
Shields, Ellen W., German-English.
Smith, Ida Bee. Latln-Engllsh. College.
Stewart, Elisabeth Hutter. Elective.
Strawn, Cleda. Elective.
Sweeley, Edna Frances, Elective, College.
True, Ellen Isabel, Latln-Engllsh, College.
Van Orman. Clara Clark. Latin-English.
Walker. M. Patience. Elective. College.
Watt. L. Adelade. Classical. College,
Waugh Jessie C, Latin-English, College.
Whitlock. Blanche, La tin-English, College.
Wlneland. Adah M.. Elective.
Wllhelmy. Laura Eva. ElacUve, College.
Worrell, Elisabeth W.. Elective.
Wright. Alice laaoei. iaun-Engnsn,
Prllchard. Alice D., Latln-Engllsh.
PITTSBURG BANKS TO MERGE
mans Are Betas; Perfected for Forasa
tloa of Glgaatle Financial
PITTSBURG, June 13. Plan, have been
perfected for tbe formation In Pittsburg
ot one of the greatest combinations ot
banking Interest, ever undertaken. The
Farmers' Deposit National bank. Colonial
National bank, American Trust company,
Pennsylvania Trust company, Columbia
National bank. Tradesmen'. National bank,
Germania Saving, hank and the Freehold
bank will be merged, making the largest
and moat powerful Institution between
Philadelphia and Chicago.
The capital of the new concern, which
win probably be known as the Colonial
Trust company. wlH be 37.000.000. with tl.
000.000 surplus and undivided profits and
about eu5.O0O.O0O deposits, making a total re
source of 171, 000.010.
T. Hart Given, the president of the Farm
ers' Deposit National, will be the head ot
the new concern. It will take some days
to work out the details of the merger so
far as the other officer, and director, are
concerned, but the ,iew Institution will be
backed by one of the most active and sg
greealve of the strong group, of capitalist,
west of New Tork.
STEAMER WIUJJE A WRECK
Allan Llaer Goes Askere Of the
Caast ef Xtfsssf.
ST. JOHN'S. N. F.. June 11 The Allan
liner Norwegian. Captain White, from
Montreal for Glaagow, with a general cargo
and cattle, went ashore at Cod Roy today.
It is likely that It will be a total wreck.
The crew are throwing; the cargo and
i it:: ttt.i.i ahi.k kmk.
entire line of voiles and London cords,
and all the beet qusli-
you have seen In other
be only one-half what you have been paying.
.. S"c venetted. good for rain or shine, worth
.. 75c 31S for Monday, $1.25.
...l.iw US-Inch Priestley's bl.-xck or blue Sicilian
,. 1.25 i Cravenetted, rain will not injure them, the
13 50 aiialitv. for tl.M a yard.
64-tnrh gray mixed, blue mixed, all wool,
homespun suiting, one that you have paid
$1.60 a yard, reduced to kk- for Monday.
Nothing Is as good for service or as swell
for dress aa cream fabrics for waists, skirt
or shirt waist suits. We have flnetta,
basket weaves, crepes, rollea. mistrals,
from 69c to $160 per yard.
Remnants of challis. crepes, printed
heniiettaa. at 2Sc a yard.
BLACK JAPANESE WASH SILK. JT-ln.
wide, worth 65c, QQr
on sale at
BLACK JAPANESE WASH SILK. S-ln.
wide, worth 75c, JC.
on sale at. sjgt
BLACK JAPANESE WASH SILK, WMn.
wide, worth $1-26, TCr
on sale at I9&
FOULARDS In choice styles and colors,
the best grade on the market, over loo
pieces to select from, all worth $1 1Q.
and $1.25, on sale at only ?fi
FINE GRADE TAFFETA. In all QQ.
ahades, 19-ln. wide, on sale at 09
CIRCLE ONE SILK Is new. 60 shades-It's
pure silk and warranted to wear, CO-
we are Omaha agents, price 00c
ON SALE ON BARGAIN COUNTER 17!
pieces of all kinds of silk these will be
on sale for one day only. In this lot you
will find fine corded Wash Silk. Foulards.
Brocade and Plain Silks, black and col
ors, some worth 60c and (IP,
76c, all at CQZ
We fill mall orders promptly and cor
rectly. THE WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR
will prove a pleassnt surprise on account
of its excellent workmanship, exquisite fin
ish and high quality; in all the best fabrics
Women's lisle thread Vests on sale at
Z&c, 15o and 10c
Women's fine Vests and Pants, in ribbed
and plain effects, in all colors. In lisle
threads, Egyptian cottons, etc.. etc, worth
up to 11.00, on sale at 60c and 25c.
Children's Vests and Pan Is In this grand
sale at 35c 26c and 16c
Laundry Soap, Is broken
nd It Is a good
Fancy Grecian Hn
Currants f 1
Fancy Mulr fj 1 -
Good Rio Coffee, If
per lb IUC
O. O. Mocha and
Lemons, dox. ..
MERCER TO BE DISSOLVED
Northern Facifio and Great Northern 8 ocY
to Be Distributed.
APPEAL, HOWEVER, TO BE PROSECUTED
Will Be Carried to Coart ( Last Re.
sort, Se that Legal States ef
Sorb. Cosspaalrs May Be
NEW YORK, June 13.-H I. .tated by the
American that the Northern Securities com
pany will be voluntarily dissolved and that
tbe stocks of the Northern Pacific and
Great Northern Railroad companies will be
distributed among the shareholders. In
this manner the properties mentioned will
be returned to their former owners.
That preparations are being made for the
dissolution of the Securities company Is de
clared by the American to have been
learned on tbe highest authority, but offi
cials of the company refuse either to con
firm or deny the statement.
It is said, however, that the appeal now
pending in tbe United State, supreme court
will be carried to Its conclusion so as to
establish the legal status ot such companies
by the court of last resort.
The Northern Securities company was In
corporated, In 11 with a capital of $4u0,u00,
000. Its formation was the outcome of a
airuggle for the control of the Northern
Pacific, which precipitated the stock mar.
ktt panic of May S, UvL
M'COOK'S FUNERAL ARRANGED
Forsaer General Will Be Interred at
Cincinnati After Devytea
DAYTON. O , June 13. The funeral of the
late General Alexander McDowell McCook
will be held from the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. Charles A. Cralghan, on
Monday morning at 3:30. The remains Mil
be taken to Cincinnati for burial
Batte Miner. Celebrate.
BUTTE. Mont., June 13. The Butte Min
ers' union, the strongest organisation of
its kind ir. the world. Is celebrating today
the twenty-fifth anniversary of Its founda
tion, in this quarter century the union
has never had a strike, has maintained a
set scale of 33.69 a day and has contributed
In tho neighborhood of toO.Ouw to strikers in
other section. It la the largest union la
the world and the wealthiest.
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