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. Saturday's Clearing Sale Bargain Bulletin. Splendid Opportunities for Economical Buying.
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JULY 1R. 1905.
CLEARING SALE FURNISHING GOODS
Stupendous Values In Summer Underwear Saturday
MEN'S JAP 8.LK HniftTS AND DRAWERS
In pinks, bluMi and whiten, sateen Meed and
finished with boat pearl buttona, re;u- PA .
' lar 1.00 rahiea, choice.... D3C
MEN'S BALBRIGO A N ' SHIRTS AND
. DRAWERS, drawers have reinforced TQ
cat, great snap at, garment JJC
MEN'S LISLE t'NION BCITS In large stars,
mostly 40. 42 and 44. worth np to $2, 7 C
dealing sale rtice Haturday v S DC
MEN'S SniRTW In aoft and pleated bosom,
all hew stylish patterna, regular $1.00 rA
ralue at..... DVC
MEN'S IMPORTED LISLE HOPE In all the
new ahadea, worth from 25c to 60c, QM
at pair IJC
Men'a 2.'ic Fancy Hone,
at pair .......
Men'a 15c not in rd, bluea and tana,
LADIES' CAMBRIC DRAWERS AND COR
SET COVERS, trimmed with deep lace and
embroideries, wcrth $1.00, clearing 4ft
sale price T'eC
LA DIBS' OOWNS, made Mtra long and full,
handsomely trimmed, $1.00 and $1.00 J f
Tallies, at I DC
HANDSOME UNDERSKIRTS, regular $1.50
and $'2.00 values, clearing sale )$C
Ladles' MnMln Drawers, worth 80c,
peel a I at ,
LADIES' FINE RIBBED DRAWERS, lace
trimmed, regular 50c values, great
snap, at ,i
LA DIRS' VESTS, with long iloevn,
reyular 2f; value, at
LADIES' SWISS RIBBED VESTS, sleeve
less, low necked and silk taped, lc value .
LADIES' 60c VESTS In pink, blue and
ONE LOT OF LADIES' VK8TS In all sixes,
worth from lite to lac. unequaled bargains at
A PARASOL SENSATION
Our entire line of Ladles' Parasols
regardless of price, not one worth
less than $2 and np to f 3; Come
in all colors. Stupendous bar
gains Saturday CJear-.
lng Sale price, choice. ..
WE'RE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Our Trunks the baggage-smasher
despair; our Grips and Suit Cases are
a delight and comfort to the possessor.
HIGH IN QUALITY LOW IN
.Every conceivable style of Suit Case
for ladies and jrentlemen is shown.
Specially good values at C flfl
from HS0H down to PtV
a - a -" w - - - - - -
A splendid Solid Leather -On
$ie. at ........ .
Greatest variety of new Trunk styles,
'. in the 'most dependable makes, at
from $35.00 down 275
anb Bags of special worth, fQ
, gas v v
LISLE GLOVES In all the
' , shades, blacks, whites, tans, grays,
modes, etc., all sizes, Sutur- J C
day, at, pair.... eWaJC
KAY6ERS SILK GLOVES In ill colors with
double tipped finger every Plr
guaranteed splendid Tallica, at, lf
Drug Dept. Specials
During the warm summer months
Is the time to enjoy the cooling effects
of a good Cold Cream and -test of
NOTE THESE SATURDAY PRICES
Eastman's Antiseptic Talcum, crushed C
roses or violet perfumed, at. 1 DC
Colgate's Talcum Powder, Tlolet or
cashmero boquet perfumed, at...!
Lrg can of Violet Talcum,
' 9 ' ' nn fmm . ' : 1
THE RELIABLE. STORE.
Saturday Bargain Surprises
In Our Ladies' Suit Department
At tli most opportune time, Just while our Clearing Sale la In full blast,
our New York buyer secure at 47c on the dollar the entire St'RPLt'S STOCK
of WOLF. 8ALZMAN A MEYER, 6th Ave., N. Y. The stock consists prin
cipally of Ladles' Skirts. Silk and Wnsh Suits, Silk Coats, Waists, Cravenettea
and Children's Dresses, and will be placed on sale Saturday at most unusual
BEAUTIFUL SILK AND VOILE DRESS
SKIRTS In all the most approved styles
, . and In great variety of color and patterns
garment that would sell In a regular
way at $12.50, $15.00 and $20.00 divided
Into two grent lots fQ M QQ
Saturday at, choice 0.O"1wO
Violet Orem Marquise, (formula of
Mme. Qui Vine), at
Thespian Cold Cream,
Rlcker Improved Gold Cream,
Biker's Violate Cerate, (best made a.
grease skin food and tnassaga f
cream), at. -- ...... ..Jvw
ELEOANT WAISTS In Japs, Taffetas,
Linens. I-awns, Swisses, Mulls, etc.. In
all colors aud great variety of styles
choice of 375 garments, worth $7 ) QQ
and $S Saturday at t,JO
WTYLISH WOOL SUITS In Panamas and
Sicilians, designed for the New York City
trade and worth In a regular way $15 to
$23 cholre of 295 garment T Crt
Saturday at i Df
BILK SHIRT WAIST SUITS In most facl
natlng designs, come In all colors with
pleated skirts ami worth from $20.09 to
$25.00 our sale price . 1 7 ill I
a . . r
WHITE WASH SUITS Beautifully
trimmed with lace and embroidery
worth regularly up to $10 f QO
sale price J JO
8PLBNDID CRAVENETTE8 In new
fall styles olives, grays and tans-
worth regularly $10 and C QQ
$12.50 your choice Saturday
Stupendous Waist Bargains
(2.00 and $3.00 Walsta
(3.00 and $4.00 Waists
TOUR CHOICE OP ANT LAWN OR
LINEN WAIST in house that f
sold np to $15, at. $D
CHIIJSRKN'S DRE88KS In pinks, bhiea.
tana, whites, areens and navy, all now
eat BtylB Buatar Brown, Peter Thomp
son, Kuenlan Bloune, etc. worth AQ
up to ai.OO choice M,--
Womm'i W Bilk I'nderaklrta, O OR
In all colors, choice Saturday....
Women't SB Accordion Pleated O OA
Sklrta In all colora, at Airv-
From 8 till 9 A. M.
Children's Olngham Ireses - 45C
Women's Dreaalrg Sacquea 05C
From 8:30 til! 9:jo A. M.
Women's Iong Klmonaa 60 C
M Wash Suits, In polkadot, trimmed with
tucks and embroidery 1 1Q
Grand Ribbon Sale Saturday
SATURDAY MORNING WE 11EGIN OUR GREAT CLEARING SALE
OF RIRBONS. Ribbons of all descriptions from the very narrowest to the
most extreme widths, from baby ribbm to the widest snsh widths at THE
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED ON ALL SILK RIRRONS,
No. 1 Raby Ribbons, pure silk, in )
all colors; at, yard 2C
No. 1J Satin Ribbons, of the veryf
best quality; at, yard
No. 7 All Silk Taffeta
Ribbons; at, yard....
No. S All Silk Taffeta
Ribbons; at, yard....
No. 12 All Silk Taffeta KL
Rlbbona; at, yard "2
No. 1A All Silk Taffeta
Ribbons; at, yard.
No. 22 All Silk Taffeu Tl
Ribbons; at, yard ' i
No. 40 All Silk Taffeta 01
Ribbons; at, yard
Ko. 00 All Silk Taffeta f fln
Ribbons; at, yard...
No. SO All Silk Taffeta 1()ln
Ribbons; at, yard
No. 3 Satin and Or (Jrsln Rlbbona,'
snttabls for corset covers, tc; at.
per Tard .
No. H All Silk Taffeta Ribbons, In .
eluding a fine line of plain and
fancies: at, yard
50c Fancy m noons; at.
75c Fancy Ribbon; at, OQ
per yard ",K'
XA Fancy Rlbbona; JIQ
at, per yard
$2.B0 Sash Rlbbona, - OQa
tra wide, at. ysrd.. v
50c riUOW TOP AHO BAkK 25c
This lot Is onr regtilar 60c. QugMty, which, for Saturday, we offer (limit of on to MCbHRQ
60c Tape Girdles, In pinks, blues and
75c French Batista Corsets, with or
without supporters, special, at
$1.00 W. B. CORSETS Long hipped,
sets of hose supporters attached,
W ca"rry a foil line of NVmo Slf
Corsets for stout figures,
HOSIERY BARGAINS .
Ladles' fancy lace and embroidered LUto
Hose, worth np to Boc, great f
snap Saturday, at, ralr. w t DC
Ladle fancy colored and embroidemd Bosa,
worth 26c and 86c pair In this 1 C -
great sale, at, pair ..1D1
Ladle' and Misses Drop Stitch Host-
good 28c value yery special
bargain Saturday, at, pair. ImjC
We have just received from Teplits
Shoenan, Austria, a beautiful line
of DECORATED CHINA, WORTII
25c to fl.OO EACH Cups and Sau
cers, Sugars and Creams, Egg Cups,
Mustards, Salads, Bread and Milk
Sets, Hair Receivers, Olive Dishes,
Ash Trays, Fruit Dishes, Oatmeal
Sets, etc. all go at one 1 gf
price Saturday, choice 1 1 ! tf
, umjr v
To effect a quick clearance of oui
immense Straw Hat stock we will sell
$6.00 Panama Hats, at 3.08
4.00 Panama Hats, at.... 2.50
13.00 Straw Hats, at. . . . . ; .'. . . .2.00
12.00 Straw Hats, at Q8c
$1.00 Straw Hats, at .....49c
75c Sailor Straw Hats, at. .350
Boys' and Children's Summer Caps
Rob Roy, Eton, Tourist, Automobile,
Cornell and Duval shapes, in fancy
mixed cassimeres and blue FA.
serge prices $1.00 down to.JUC
Exfra Special Shoe Sale Saturday
i Rtai aal on Women's Oxforda. to close out prlcea cat very deep.
" italanco of the Women's $3.00 and $3.50 Oxfords, la odd alaea ahd Cgg
Women' $SJX) Tan or Black Vlcl Turn Oxfords, pnlon Btamped, 1 Q U
I l rihhnn t.J.
, , migo niu, 4wwm k..,..T"""""' " -7
Misses' and Children' Tan or Black Gibson Tie or Slippers, $1.50 Oft
'SCnnTalVfent Calf tt Kid $1.00 Roman Strap Sandals or Shoe, '' jtOg
' at .'........
Men 9 Saiopio Doe ana uxrorus, m an iraiucre, ssj
.atFiw"iho j i'trenjely. "hot weather wear the? Q ROVER Shoe or Otfords
th easiest shoes yer put on a woman' foot Ask the woman., Twenty
alx tyle canled in stock. , ( - .'
HAYDEN'S MEAT SECTION
Rib Roast 10c-and....... 8c!
Pork Roast... u..9ic
Mutton Stew. 3c
Boiling" Beef. . . . . . . -. .2tC'
Spring Chickens,. each
Corn Beef. . . . ... i ...... . -3c
Sirloin Steak 12c and....8c
Hams, 12.C and... 10c
From 9 till 10 A. AT.
LADIES' CORSET COVERS AND
DRAWERS Slightly soiled, but
worth 25c to 60c for this 'If)
bour, at, choice
From 10 till It A.M.
LADIES' FAST . BLACK HOSE
With double heel and sole, fast
black or your money back, C
15c Tttlues, at, pair DC
IMPORTED JAP FANS Worth 25c.
There are 20 different designs to
choose from, choice for this C
GROCERIES, GROCERIES, GROCERIES
Th Big Stors leads them all for quality
18 pounds best Can Oranulated Busar
10 bars Swift's Pride, Beat 'Em All or
Whit Pari Laundry Soap.' Ko
Th bant Rolled Oatmeal, per pound.. ,.lc
Th best Hand Picked Navy Beans, per
Tfe beat Pearl Tapioca. Saco. Barley or
Farina, ner Bound
fhelce Jaoan Rice. Dr pound
Th beat Bulk Laundry Starch,
a pound auk Fancy High Patent
1-pound paokag Corn Starch
Oil or Mutard Sardlnrs! pr can 4c
ll-ounoe can Condenaed Cream TMo
1-pound package Imported Macaroni So
Potted Ham, Deviled Ham or Potted
Tongue, per can 8Hc
1- pound jar Pure Fruit Preserve ?tyo
2- pound can Swet Sugar Corn c
1-pound ran fancy Alaska Salmon 9c
CHEESE. CHBE8E. CHEESE.
Fancy Full Cream Wlaconaln Cheeae, per
Fancy Full Cream New Tork White Cheese,
per pound lto
Fancy Full Cream Wisconsin Brick or
Umberiw Cheeae 12S-o
Fancy Domestlo Swlsa . Cheese, per
Neufchtel Cheeae, Durham Brand, each.. Jo
Medium size Pineapple Cheeae. each 36o
Lara slae Pineapple Cheee,ach ...... .tiO
FRl'IT. FRIMT.- FRUIT.
Omaha's greatest Fresh Fruit department.
lArge baskets fancy Rip Tomatoes 20c
Large baskets fancy Klpe Frultine
Peaches '. 2T'0
Lrge baskets Fancy California Ploms .Zfco
Lare basket fancy California Apricots. c
Quart boxes fancy Missouri Plums Go
Lare juicy Ltraona, per doxen l&O
IVncy sweet. Juicy Oranes, per dosen.,16
Fancy larne ripe Bananas, per dosen l&o
Soft Shell Encllsh Walnuts, per pound. ..10o
I measures fresh roasted- Peanuts lOo
18 pounds Pur Oranulated Sugar for... $1.00
MILLINERY NEVJS FOR SATURDAY
tl&O LADIES' AtD MISSES' TRIMMED HATS $l.O0-Saturday w offer
upwards of three hundred trimmed hats that sold up to $7.50.' 1 AA
Saturday In our July clearance sale at .....W
110.00 TRIMMED BLACK HATS 2.50-Ladies' black trimmed hats made
of silk braids, chiffons, lace and ma lines, 250 f
$2.00 TRIMMED SHIRT 1 C I 2B0 TRIMMED SAILORS, JO
WAIST HATS &DC at tJ
75cDUCK. HATS, 1 r
OPENING SALE NEW WHITE FELTS
f 1.00 LADIES'. AND MISSES' C
Saturday the new felts will hare their first showing the price AO.
range from 4.98 to ,... rUl
rVElV TRIMMINGS FOR OUTING HATS
Fine quality Marabout, Coque. and Heckle Pom-Poms, 40c'
special for Saturday .
SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
Carefully fitted by experienced opti
cian. Complete satisfaction guar
anteed. SPECIAL LOW PRICES.
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DUN'S KEYIEW OF TRADE
Eeaionable Merchandit Goes Into Oon-
inmptisn More Freelj Thai UsnaL
INCREASE IN RAILWAY EARNINGS
Demand for ' tftrvictaral Steal Bo
Strova; ' that Prasalama A
Paid for (taluk Delivery.
NEW YORK. July H.-R. O. Dun C com
pany's Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow
wilt aay : .
Soa:onable merchandise aoes Into con
sumption more frofiy -tlmu usual, rerail
trade exceeding expectations at ma.iy
points and preparation for fall am) wlnur
Luslnvm la mi a lilx-rui scale trf pt :i a
lv iiKrlruliunil cuiiuuunltlts. where mere
M a iltsiMisitlnn to await ilf llnlte axoura-ues
resramina' the crops. The omi-iai report
mure encouraging as to grain and
hurl llsiaiilies to tlu (apcr from the
principal farming centers IndU-ato that SivkI
results are being attained despite soma
exci'BS of .moisture.' .
- Maiiufuctutl;ig reports ar irreguiar, the
cotton Imlustry being, unsettled by th rise
lit raw material; woolen mills have a sim
ilar but leaa seneatlonal obatnele: fyol
v,a,v ..hop. ait sliippiug K-ss freely, uut
are maintaining the lusher level of prices
and current duUnens in pig iron dooa pot
wrakau eoiifttlruc In an erly resumption
nt liberal purchases. Dun' Imlva num
ber on July I was ft 3M, agnio.i W ;..!( a
month earlier and tT: 1 9i a year ago. l'rloea
of commontlvlea had not felt the full effect
or the rii in cotlnn at : tlkat date, while
the usual inld-auiiiiiier abiiiulaiue chenp
end diilry and garden product. Railway
eainlns. tfor-the first week of July ex
ceeded laal year's by .3 per cent and
foreign commerce at this pott for in last
wee It showed gains ot fl.620.4rii in Imports
and $50.449 In exports) as compared with
the corresponding week of 1!4.. Mercantile
OoUetlions have Improved. In striking
ooolran In dullness and weakness of the
raw materials structural eteel I so urgently
aughl that premiums are sometime paid
for quick delivery and producer ar con
sidering the advisability of a general ad
vance In llHt price. Many largo building
Contract have appeared during th pat
week and the tonnage of new bridge work
I a reaiuro.
Keceni large transact kme in ' hide
strengthened the ton and further ad
vances are recorded in lightweights.
Fitflures this week were i-l in tnc L'nlted
Stales, anslnHt t lust, yeitr. and twenty
six in Canada, coinpu-ed with , twenty a
ment that fall .business already booked ex
ceed a year ago -at -this date. - iss as-
u ranee is found In the report from tne
western half of the- south, wrier It is
feared serious damage has been done by
Incessant rains to cotton, wheat and other
crops, this partially offsetting the favor
able influence of the heavy advance In
cotton prices. Then is no evidence of cross
currents In Iron and steel, the latter being
acMve and strong, while crude Iron, though
displaying more activity, in atlll weak or
lower rn most markets.- Commodity price
display great strength for a midsummer
period and are only rrncuonajiy lower on
the month. ' I
A point deserving not I the widespread
activity in demand for cotton good of
nearly all kind, which accept steady ad
vances In price and clamors , for inor
good. Other textile are also strong, wool
being steadily aiiaorbed at the highest
prices for the year, while woolen goods
machinery finds, satisfactory employment
on higher priced goods. Other materials
for manufacture, such as hides and leather,
are active, and. while the advance of the
yenr favors rather- quieter conditions in
building material, lumber, brick and hard
war reflect the contl(iuano of unprece
dented activity In construction work.
Business failures In the United State
for the week ending July It number 16
against 177 last week. In the like week
of IM, ITS in 1K03. 174 In 1914 and 208 In
In Canada failure for the week number
) as against M last week and U in this
week a year ago.
Wheat, Including flour exports for th
week ending Jjjly 13. ar fcAWO 'bushels
gainst l.i6o.S44 bushel last week. 1.412. 1W
bushels this week lot year. .fc,784 bush
els In U3 and 3.7.222 buehela In i. From
July 1 to date the exports ar 1.903, bush-
ris apainsi z.wi.iu nusrittis last year, ft.b3.
1H4 bushel In ld and S,m.337i bushel In
Torn-exports' fur' the week'ar 34 T7J
bushels against tXi.tX bushels last week.
B74.S21 bushels a year ago, 14.o2.4ot buxhela
In lUuJ .and 13n.t79 bushels In 1W2. ' From
July 1 to date the exports of com ar
1.76,97 bushels against l.lii8,0M bushels In
19. 2 i7,4 bushels in lis and 16,710 In
the contest for th Dwlght F. Davis Inter
national lawn tennis trophy, Holcombe
Ward and Beal C. Wright (United States)
beat Max Oermot and M. d C'ugls FYance),
fr-2, -t, -.
Sharp and Beyer.
Jack Sharp and E. P. Boyer have chosen
two teama from the Omaha Field club golf
player which will play for a spread Satur
day afternoon. The play will be match
filay and the count will be one point for
he first nine holes, one point for the second
nine holes and one point ror tne mttion.
Th captain tossed for the first choice and
then picked their players just aa w usea
to- do when we played two-old-cat on th
commons. The team are:
BHADrrREKT-S RKVIKW OF TRADES
Mldsaaaaser InSpeaeea (till Govera
Baslness aad ladastry.
NEW YORK. July 14.-Bradstreets to
morrow will say:
Mldsumnwr Influence rlll govern gen
eral tiade aiid ludusu-)-, but better weather
ami crop report mak for quite opttiiiiytic
trad report in the surplus cereal produc
ing section of in weal. .-Very favoraal
report a to fall tradv ord.rs cnose front
nearly all points went of the Alivgienles,
west of th Ohio rive i and thence west
ward to the Pacific -t larger rrup yield
now appear reasonably assured In that en
LU region, auti thvr is a fenerai agree-
Thomas. Q. D.,
Sherraden. Vr .
Clark, H. T.,
Clark. J. B..
Allen, O .
Ward aad Wrlihl Defeat rreaeh
' Team ly Brllllaat Playtna:. . '
LONDON. July 14.-Holcombe Ward anl
Deals C. Wright played championship ten
nis throughout the three sets at the Quean
club today, defeating with th utmost as
Max Oarmot and M De Culgls of France in
the semi-final douhles for the Dwlght F.
Davla International lawn tennis trophy.
With almost equalcane the nraluslan
ralr, W-'ter rn- -- e- j.
Hrxx k, disposed cf t Auiii , C. vori
Wessely nu It. ,h.imI. ,. . ins th
United Slates and Austrnia-s, i together
next week In the finals. Scores:
lioleomb Wartl and Real C. Wright,
United Slate, beat Max Oermot and M. De
Culgl. Fiance, -f. g-f.
Walter Dunlon and Norman Brooks Aus
tralasia, beat C. Wessely and R. Klnsel.
Austria, -;, C-t 7-6. .
Waterl Wis la Flfteeata. ,
MARSHALL TOWN. U.. July 14.-tSpeclal
Telegram.) For fifteen Inning today
Waterloo and the locale battled, th end
coming or a scratch hit bv Shaw and a
couol of errors Roth pitchers worked
hard .n.l faltkftillv a.u... t , r.-
Waterloo 0 v 0 0 0 0 1 1 SO 1 S t t
kiar.haltown... 0000000001e00al I 4
Batteries: Parkin and Bruggeman; Ows
ley and Meek.
Aiaarlraaa Wis at Teaal.
LONDON, July 14. In th rt round of
th doubles 41 th (gueeu's club today in
Cam at th Field Claa
At S o'clock this afternoon the- Omaha
Field club team will meet the fit on Break
ing association team on the ciuo diamond.
Kid Ebberfleld... Pitch
Lynch and Butte, the former won by a
score of 7 to 8. The feature of the game
was the one-handed catch made by Hartley
on first base, which saved the game.
Southern l.eagoe Games.
At New Orleans New Orleans. 6: Bir
At Memphis Mempnts, b: Montgomery, t.
At Little Rock Little Rock, S; Atlanta
I;. thirteen Innings.
At Bhreveport Bnreveport, s; isasnvuie, i.
AT SERVICE OF THE WOMEN
Pur Food Show Will Fill All Orders
Housewives May Leave at
Housewives may leave order at the ex
hibitors' booths of the pure food show with
th assurance that they will be Ailed. At
the last meeting of the Retail Merchants'
association an order committee waa ap
pointed to care for the orders of custom
ers. Women watching the cooking demon
strations at the booths. If they see any
article they wish, have only to leave an
order at the booth with the nam of the
local merchant from whom they wlah to
bu)v and the order will be filled without
any further concern on the part of the
The H. J. Helns company of Plttaburg,
pickle makers, and the Genesee Pure Food
company of Orange, Mass., hav written to
show manager asking for space for the
entire show circuit,
Systematic advertisement ha begun for
the show. Two banners were hung across
Blxteenth street. Large poster are being
printed. H. O. Rounds of the Merchant'
Pur Food Show company has arrived in
the city and Is calling on prospective exhibitors.
Board, of Supervisor on Monday Auditor
Larsen of Montgomery county appeared
and was allowed $811 to apply on the costs
of the Dennlson trial at Red Oak. About
$800 more ha not yet been allowed at Red
I rons Centra at Home.
TEKAMAH. .Neb., July 14 tSpeclal.)
The Tekamah base ball team won from
Lyons, on jl.f latter'a grounds, by a score
of t to 1. About Ut) people went from here
to se th game. Score: H U E.
Tekamah M I 1 I M W I
Lyons 0 1 0 0-1 t I
Batteries: Fur Tekamah. Leslie and Cap
pie; for Lyone, Cook and Tarrant Struck
out: By Leslie, ; by Cook, 1. Two-bae
hits: Tarrant. Leslie 12). Clark, Buckllu.
Time: 1:30. Urrtplr: Whlttaker.
Caaada Wins Tap.
BISLET, England. July 14. Canada won
tho Kolapore cup today with a score of 76S.
The Transvaal was second with 114; the
mother country third. 752; New Zealand
fourth, 74. and Guernsey fifth, 734.
Jack Carey Throwe Use Flllmor.
DES MOINES. July 14 Jack Carey, the
"Montana Cowboy." defeated Doc Fillmore
In a catrh-aa-catch-can wrestling match
tonight by two fall out of three.
Lrsrk Beat Batta.
LY1MM. iseo., July 14. Special In a
hotly couWsied gum of bail between
BACK TO THERICE FIELDS
Such 1 the Prise Tom Ah Bat
Draws from Commissioner
United State Commissioner Anderson
handed down his opinion Friday morning
that Tom Ah Bat. a well known young
Chinaman ot Omaha and one of th pro
prietor of th Eagle restaurant, must be
deported underthe Chinese exclusion act.
Tom Ah Bat' attorney at once filed an ap
peal to the United States district court,
th hearing on the appeal to take place
before Judge Monger July 26.
The Tom Ah Bat case has been In th
United State commissioner' court for sev
eral months, having been continued on on
pretext or other. The defense held to the
point that Tom Ah Bat waa born In Amer
ica, hi father tlng a merchant, and
that Tom subsequently became a student
here In Omaha, hence waa to be included
among the exempt classes.
JEROME TURNED DOWN AGAIN
Seconal Aftempt to Secnr State's Re
port Eqaltable Result
, la Fall a re.
NEW YORK, July 14. For a second time
within twenty-four hours District Jerome
today made an unsuccessful attempt to
procure from the New York office of the
tate superlntedent of Insurance an official
copy of the superintendent's report on his
Investigation of the affairs ot the Equitable
Life Assurance society. The report' was
made public 'at Albany last night. Mr.
Jerome's personal representative. Assistant
District Attorney Garvan, went to th
office ot leputy Insurance Commissioner
Hunter today faring a long letter from the
district attorney, together with a formal
demand for an official copy of' the docu
ment. Mr. Garvan and Mr. Hunter were
closeted for more than half an hour, and
when the assistant attorney emerged from
the office he was empty-handed. He ad
mined that ho did not get the desired docu
ment, but refused to discuss what took
place at the conference. District Attorney
Jerome said he would Inform the governor
of the failure of the Insurance department
here to turn th Equitable testimony over
to the district attorney's office as promised,
When Mr. Jerome sgaln called up th
state capltnl this afternoon he was un
able to reach Uovernor Hlgglns, but talked
with his secretary, Mr. Perley, and It was
arranged that Mr. Jerome should send to
the governor copies of all the correspond
ence between the district attorney and the
superintendent of insurance relative to hit
attempt to get a copy of th Equttabl
postponed until next year. A resolution was
adopted ' recommending the age limit for
admission to the home be reduced.
Paying i-.r Tenn..un Trial.
LOQAN. la,. July 14. iSpeclal.)-At an
adjourned meeting; of Harrison county
EIKS ARE AT NIAGARA FALLS
Scheme to Limit Sis of Great Loae
Will Bo Considered
BUFFALO. N. Y., July 14.-Th Elk at
tending th nineteenth annual reunion wera
entertained by the Niagara Falls local to
day. Speaking of the defeat of the proposed
amendment to limit membership to th
grand lodge Past Orand 'Exalted Ruler Fan
ning said; "The amendment was defeated
by men who favored the Idea, but not In
to drastic form it assumed. A constitu
tional amendment will be prepared before
the next annual meeting, which will pas."
Before final adjournment the question Of
th abandonment of the national horn at
Bedford, Vs., waa discussed, many favor
ing Its oontmuar.ee, but definite action was
IN JUDGE HOOKER'S DEFENSE
Trial "of New York .'orlst Resumed
aad Editor Will Kot
ALBANY. N. T.. July 14.-Justice Hook
er', defense was formally opened when the
Joint legislative session reconvened today.
John B. Stanchfleld moved the investigation
be discontinued on the ground that the
prosecution had failed to prove Its case.
Lieutenant Governor Bruce denied the mo
tion. Mr. Stanchfleld complained bitterly
of th newspaper criticism of his client.
"II has not been given even the fair
treatment ot a common criminal," said the
Irvln Wardman, editor of the New York
Press, who waa summoned to snswer In re
gard to Sn article In that paper intimating
that 'boodle", and "corruption" were being
used to scours Justice Hooker's acquittal,
was a witness today at the trial of
Judge Hooker before the Joint legislative
session, Mr. Wardman was questioned by
Senator Bracket!, chairman of the Judi
ciary commute. H aald he was unabl
to state who was the auiior of the objeo
tlonttbl article, since he was out of town
when the article was written snd he did
not inquire the writer's nam after receiv
ing th subpoena. Mr. Wardman gav a
detailed explanation of how copy I handled
In k metropolitan newspaper office, but said
nothing Uiat shed any light upon the source
of th article under discussion.
Mr. Wardman declined to give the names
of persons who had given his paper In
formation which led ita editor to expect
that "nothing would come" of the Hooker
trial, explaining that to do so would vio
late th ethics of his profession. Mr.
Wardman persisted In his refusal to answer
and th Joint assembly by a vote of tt to
23 directed th witness to answer.
Mr, Wardman still refused to answer, say
ing "I refuse to commit that dishonor,"
but h gave the Subatanc of the Informa
tion. "W wer told," said he, "that very
strong press ur would be brought to exon
erate Judga Hooker, particularly by a cer
tain corporation." ,
Questioned further he aald that the cor
poration was the Del war A Hudson com
pany. Asked If h would undertake to bring the
legislature th desired Information th wit
ness replied that h would talk with hi
managing editor over the telephone and if
h divulged th names desired h (Wsrd
maa) would give them to th legislature.
"1 shall not direct him to give m th
names," said th witness, "I'll ask him."
clalon of the supremo court sustaining th
legality ot the new Iowa drainage laws
whhh have been the subject of so much
controversy for the last few months.
REDUCES RATE ; ON SUGAR
Sngar Rate from Sfw Orleans WU1
Be .Ten Cents Per Hun
NEW ORLEANS. July J4.-IB response to
a further cut In sugar rates announced by.
eastern roads, the New Orleans lines an
nounce that, effective July IS, th rates on
sugar carloads from- New Orlean will be
10 cents per hundred pounds to Cairo, St.
Louis, Chicago and Louisville; to Cincin
nati. 11 cents; to Kansas City, Atchison,
Leavenworth, St. Joseph, Omaha, Council
Blufrs and Sioux City, 10 cents; to BL Paul
and Minneapolis, U cents.
This makes a reduction of I cents In th
present rates to St, Ixuls, Loulavtll and
Cincinnati, ( cents to Chicago, St. Paul
and Minneapolis, and 2 cent to th Mis
Logan Odd Fellow Install.
LOGAN. Ia., July 14. SpeclaI.)-Lgan
lodge No. 856, Independent Order of Odd
Fellows, have Installed th '.following offi
cers: N. Q., D. M. Hardy) V. O.. C. P.
Oliver; secretary, A. J. Miller; treasurer,
Sol Black; R. 8. N. O., W. C. Ehrhardtj
L, S. N. O., Lrroy Doty; I. O.. Dan Stew
art; R. S. 8., J. W. Gardner:' commander,
C. R. Bolter; W.. Frank Rainier.
Rejoice at Ultra Decision.
DNAWA, la., July lt-(Speclal -Ther
I generai rejoicing In Onawa and th west
ern part of Monona oounty over the de-
Everybody who ha tried Burklen'a Ar
nica Salve, for cuts, burns and wounds,
say It's a wonder. 26c; guaranteed. For
aale by Sherman A McConnell Drug Co.
Case la Contlaeed.
B. F. Jones la booked St the city Jail on
a charge of obtaining money under fals
pretenses. Jones is charged with soliciting
advertisement for a program to be dis
tributed at the snnual Eagles' picnic next
week. A representative of the local aeii
of Eagles denied Jones' right to get up th
program In question, while th defendant's
counsel set up the plea that his client wa
engnglng In a legitimate businesa. Th
cas iias been continued by Police Judge
Antolat ! Fleada Unllty.
Frank Colpetxer pleaded gullly In police
court Friday morning to a rharg of ex
ceeding the .automobile speed limit. H
was fined 110 and costs. Wilson Austin
was arraigned on a charge of violating the
automobile ordinance, but hla case waa
postponed until next Tuesday morning. He
pleaded not guilty. -
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