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TITE OMAITA DAILY -BEE: SATURDAY, JULY 1R.
BEES, JULT 11 IK.
5 tarda ys at
iTV Halt Day Special Sales at Halt rnce
i we close VJ m JL . .
Y and Less on Items Mentioned pelow
We h&ve had a. great many sales in this old store which have become a watchword
with our customers, but. tomorrow morning's sales will be the greatest of all.
LAWYERS FAVOR GRAND JURY
Vol in Butt Ear Association Against Iti
Abolition it Orerwhelming. .
COURT HOLDS THE DRAINAGE LAW VALID
Manr nana, Held I p Waltlac Actios
by (he liprrnt t'oart, Can Row
KAJLf PEiCt-iCOO Choice Shirt waists on Special Sale
' Saturday at Onc-nalt Price.
Twit crerr yew we have a great clearing sal ok waists. This la a semi-annual
event, looked forward to by nearly every woman In'Omaha, aa they know our sales
are real sale The whole of our cloak-room will re devoted Saturday to the selling
oS waleta only. '
Saturday, (a s short day with this atore. W ould ask you to come early, afire
cloee at 1 o'clock.
Wo. ml)) to aay to, our cuetomera tha t this I a aale of the very highest
grade Wrist,. consisting of the Opera,. V.arquls, EasenHIe and Royal, Lingerie
Waists, Linen Waists, French, Mull. Wa'jgts. elegant Hand Embroidered Waists,
' China Silk Waiata, Lawn Waleta, 84s Waist's and Dress Waiata. Price
from We up to $425: Regularly sold, 'f.-om 11.00 to $11.50.
All our Lawn Waiata which regularly ii'oiA at ti.oo-Saturday clearing 'price, too
All our Lawn WaJsts. which regularly sold at tLSO-Saturdny clearing price. 76o
All.piirWaJsta.whiohld; rosular),. at 1.7S-Saturday clearing price. 18a,
All" ijir Walsta. ,wjch. bqW M.Wft -Saturday clearing eale price. tLOfc
All our'beeuUful Lawi and pur, lrl(,h unen Waists, regularly Bold at IJ.K-Sat-urday
clearing aala price, $1.13, .
,' All our handsomo Waists whi
i n regularly aold at 12.50 Saturday clearing aale
AJI our-stylgh Lawn Walr4 regularly aold at K 00-Baturday clearing aale price,
All our $450 WlUstarrSatxrday clearing aale price, $2.S.
AJI Qur, beautiful, Rmbr.ydere, WaklU , lrlBn Llnea nd plal un, regularly
aold at $S.00-SAturday cXt, j, pnee, U60.
. AJI of-our. ery ftneat, clM. Novelty Waiata, regularly sold at 9. to. 17.H, $9 60,
$ip.0 and US8luHV(yt eeTinK aale prlcee, $8.2$, $3.15. KTS. R.0 and
NDT4CBJn. ie'F j8i w mni 0 w, h,v, hundred of waleta; in sixes $4 and 44
there la only; a llinlt 1 quantity. During thla great aale none of the above garments
Will N.takebwyt, ji,k. rour selection, carefully.
Another, Vet Reraaant Sale of Wash Goods at 5c Vard.
' Tnound o', remnants of choice Wash Oooda Remnant, lengths from one to
twelve yards. .wterial of all kinds, such aa 60e; silk rnousselln. too Imported
novelties, 6O9, ) neroertaca material, So Organdies, Kc . tissues, 0o voiles, in fact, all
the choice p 4 tttw 1w.h tabrtcn tnat you bJlv. brea pjlllc irom to M times
wpraj. all,; t one price Saturday morning, to per rartL
Special Clearing Sale of Cream Dress Goods Remnants.
The remnants to be sold Saturday morning are In waist lengths, lengths for
children's dresses and full drM lengths. Rich, flne, elegant fabric. With us extra
low prices In a sale of this kind mean extraordinary values. Never will It be better
realised than Saturday morning. We can merely hlnf of styles and prlcee: Note
each Item below carefully and the sweeping reductions. On Sale' at S a. ro.
Cream Etamlne the height of dress elegance, regular . $1.25 . quality, 44 inches
wide, 7H yards In remnant, for tS 6. ...
Cream All Wool Crepe Chine pretty soft clinging fabric, regular $1.00 quality,
t4 yard In remnant, for $3.(7.
Cream Novelty Check Mohair handsome rich silk luster. yards In remnant, for
Cream Novelty Mohair beautiful material for waists. JH yards In remnant, for
see. . .
Cream Batiste all wool, Mailt weight, soft finish, 714 yards In remnant, for $2.19.
Cream Novelty Etamine-handaome etamlne ground,, here and there tiny nuba or
dots of hard twined mohair scattered over the surface, 44 Inches wide, regular $1.J6
quality, 7 yards In remnant, for $S.. , ,
Cream Nun s Veiling in the new chiffon finish, 44 . inches wide, . regular . $1,00
quality, yards In remnant, for $2.41. . . i . '
V Cream Novelty or Figured Brilllantlne fine quality, here and. there small lace dots
1 yard In remnant, for tl.lt. ' , '
Cream Silk and Wool Crepe d Paris flne Imported fabric, pjalt. tucks and shirrs
perfectly, VA yards In remnant, for 83.3t. : ,'.'
Cream Tmle-44 Inches wide, Mght. weight, handsome nnlh, regular $1.00 quality.
vards In remnant, for $J.i.
' T-lne Imported Novelty Cream Votle light weight, the height of dress elegeance In,
Parle today, drapea In the soft cringing effect, is hard tainted aftd 111 not muss,
regular $1. qualHy, S yards tn rerrmant, for $$.$ ' ' . '
Special SaJe of WoraerTs Hosiery. . -
Baturday warning we will place on special aale Watrmn's Gauie Lisle Hose, all
black, or black with maoo split acfes, full regular tnrtne, fast ,dye, imiestructioie
nnlsh, double Soles, high spliced heels anht weight, the height ef rlres eleganee In
hose and are our regular Wc quality. Saturday nwrntost. enly JSc, or pairs for $1.00.
Men's fonr-ln-Band Tics at Half Price.
Saturday morning we will place on special sale 150 beattlfut silk four-in-hand Ties,
made In the papular ummer VMta. They are black aad white ' ahepherd checks,
plain and broken, and are in great demand Xor summer wear. Regular 60c silks.
Saturday anorninsT. rour choice at Be each.
dltlon.Jot his mind under the strain and
has ut been taken to the state hospital
for the Insane at Cherokee. On last March
he bought the John Hunch place, ons of
the finest farms In takeport to-nhlp, and
a fine crop now cover the land. Rut the
ravages of the MIMnurl river during the
recent high waters led Besette to believe
his farm was doomed, and his mind gave
way and he was taken before the commis
sioner for the Insane.
For Saturday morning selling a new shipment of the fcpular white Wash Celts,
well made, aood buckles and dressy. Tour choice Baturd,- morning, 10c each.
- Y. M. C. A. Building, Corner Sixteenth and Douglas Sts.
ROSEBUD SWEPT M STORM
Oat Maalillei WEifht PtopU Iajartd,
of Wion Two May Dia.
LiGHTKING IS BUSY . OVER NEBRASKA
Ksisaber of 'litllsUiisis Strack 4
. Poetrayesl' $sm1. Crows Damaged,'
,. Uftsi teetisina at the ;
SOnroXJK, Nk , July ,Jt--tapecal.) A s,
result of ' the severe wind and .electric
storm which swept tiver the Rosebud reser
vation two towns on the reserve are badly
Injured and the fourteen persons who were
Injured are, In most eases, badly used up
today. The funeral of -Ray McFaden, -the
lt-yeaiw14 son of Postmaster McFaden of
St. Elmo, waa held' today i near Bonesteet.
The deaths of several other .are not unex
At Uarrlck nearly every building In town
was Injured to a greater or less extent and
elsrht were hurt, as follows: '
Mr. Herrlck, for whom the town was
William Howslf and six others.
The cement front of a bank was blown
At Burke tlx were Injured. The home of
.James Jensen collapsed and he. Ma wife
and baby were all burC The wife and baby
may die. Calvin Nye was hurt and two
carpenter. Barney Mc Bride and Mr. Cua-
ter, were Injured. No damage was done at
Dallas or Gregory.
The norm came up at S a. m. The day
bad been Intensely hot and sultry. Thera
was a heavy hall, which 'did aome damage
to crops. Two cars at Fairfax were blown
Into a ditch. '
STELLA, Neb., July $4.-(6pecial.)-A
aevere wind and electrical storm, accom
panied by a two-Inch rain, passed over this
territory last night. Lightning struck the
barn of Charley Noa, two miles southeast
of town, and burned it to the ground with
'about 300 bushels of corn and ten tons of
(hay. Mr. Noa got the horses and harness
out of tfl barn. Np Insurance. Four miles
' northeast the lightning struck the large
'barn of Daniel lllgglna. The family soon
smeued something burning and going out to
, the barn found It filled with smoke. Nelgh
'bors were called up by- telephone and all
r efforts to discover where the barn was on
-fire wre without avail. Thirty tons of hay
' were to the loft and water was carried and
- poured on this, but without avail, for about
1 o'clock the flames burst out. all over the
loft and by hard work th dwelling, which
was not far distant, was saved. Three
hundred bushels of corn were burned., In
surance in the County Mutual was about
$1,000 on barn and contenta.
During the night lightning struck the
spire of the. Christian church in ISbubert
and but for the efforta of eitisena It would
have burned to the ground. The belfry was
demoliahed and a hole In the celling large
enough to crawl through was burned before
the fire was extinguished. '
i.Al'BfRN, Neb., .July 14.-(8pecial.-There
was a big rain and electrical storm
last night. An ugly; looking cloud came
tip from the northeast about t o'clock la
the evening and the rain came down In
torrents. It was accompanied by a se
vere, shifting wind. About two inches of
fsjrn. fejl In half n hour, and the growing
corn is very badly blown down. On ao-
count of the shifting of the wind the fallen
corn Is lying In every direction and, in
some eases it seems twisted together and.
plied up In shocks.
lightning struck B. Merlott's bouse in
town, but did no serious' damage. Tha
barn of W. IL Mclnlnch, six mile ast
of town, was struck by lightning and
burned to the ground together with all
Its contents. His house at th same time
also received a bolt, but waa only slightly
Several report are current of damage
by lightning to the barns of Mr. Berlett's,
near, Brock, and at other places in the
county, but a tha 'phone system I so
badly out of order on account of the dam
age of the the storm a verification of thera
can not be obtained. "
FREMONT, Neb., July 14.-(6pedal.)-A
severe hailstorm paased through the north
ern part of Saunders county about six
mile southeast of this city yesterday aft
ernoon. Windows were broken In many
houses and considerable damage done to
small x grain. The telephone wire are
broken down. Th mercury has been abova
HO yesterday and today, which la Just the
kind of weather corn needs.
The body will be sent to Laramie, Wyo.,
where the deceased owned a ranch. Mra.
Bnrg waa 50 years of age and resided In
Omaha seven year.
H. 1 Spaaldlag.
NORFOLK. Neb, July 14. ( (Special. ) H
L. Spauldlng, for some time president of
tha Nebraska State Firemen's association
and the first city marshal of Norfolk, who
came here when there were but a tew
settlers here,' died here today after a linger
ing Illness of months. '
HEARING ILLINOIS COMPLAINT
Interstate Cosnsaere Commissioners
An Heldlna: n Grata Rat Hear
!' "la an-onlsvllle"'"':-''.'. V
the bank for. yars and was considered one
ot.the wealthiest men In Clayton. It Is Sup
posed that brooding over ill health caused
blm to take his life.
Mr. WarneJd had ,been -transacting bust
ness all the forenoon and gave no intima
tion that he. contemplated suicide.. Bud
denly, while h was alone, he drew a pistol
and killed hUaself. - Us leaves a widow
and four children, tot whom he had Just
completed a handsome, residence.
Satnrday we will close
200 Boys' Wash Suits of
broken lots that sold up
to $2.00 At
la th lot arc Busters,
Itussluna and Sailor
Suits of tha materials
best suited to garment
of thee atlea, aucU aa
Linen Craab and facer
wash fabric. All age,
from two to nln rears.
? 613 Daaa-laa.
Lewis J. Blake.
: Louis J. Blake, for the laat twenty-five
year a resident of Omaha, died Yester
day morning at the family home, 4236
Dewey avenue. Mr. Blake waa for a num
ber of years the bead of the commercial
department of the Omaha High school
and has been employed aa an expert book
keeper by many of th largest firms in
Omaha. 'He was a member of the Masonic
fraternity. For several year ha ha been
In poor health and for several months paat
has been confined to his home. The sur
viving family consist of a wife and three
daughter. The funeral will be held from
the residence at t o'clock thla afternoou
Interment at Forest Lawn.
FDORIA. 111.. July 14.-Auren Oarrett,
one of tha pioneers of Illinois and for
event y-two years a resident of Peoria, I
dead her from heart failure and senility
at the age of 17 years. Born In Litchfield,
Conn.; September $7, 181$, he came here In
ISM. He was a river pilot twenty years.
then embarked in mercantile pursuits.
amassing a competency. Ills father was
th lata Colonel Augustus O. Oarrett.
ROCK ISLAND. III., July H.-Rlehard
Wareham, the oldest member of the
Knlghta of Pythlaa, died of heart failure
at his home here today. He was 70 years
old and waa th laat aurvlvtng charter
member of the original lodge, organised a
Washington. D. C, in IMS. Wareham was
an engineer In th navy during the civil
Mrs, Aaaa Bar;.
Mrs. Anna Burg of m South Twenty,
ninth avenue, mother' of Amoa Burg, as
sistant treasurer oOhe Orpheura theater,
died Thursday after a lingering Illness.
' CLHANLINE.QS '
! th watchword for health and rigor, coin,
fort and beauty. Mankind Is learning not
only the necessity bat th luxury of clean
lines. SAPOLiO, which has wrought
such change in th bom, announces her
FOR TOILET AND BATH
A spatial soap which energises th whole
body, starts the circulation and leaver aa
ahUaratiaf gkW. JttljnmrrenJJruffiiU,
LOUI8VILLE. Ky.. July 14. Interstate
Commerce Commissioner Cockrell and
Clement today began a hearing into
charges made by East St. Louis shippors
that Louisville haa an advantage In rates
over other grain handling points and that
rates to the southeast are manipulated.
Tha allegation that expense bills are
manipulated will be thoroughly investi
gated and the entirs method of handling
grain in Louisville will be learned aa
nearly a possible. The railroads repre
sented at the hearing are the Louisville
Nashvlllo, the Southern, the Illinois Cen
tral, the Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern,
the Big Four, th Pennsylvania, the Hen
derson route, the Mobile & Ohio, the
Cheaapeake Ohio, the Chicago A Alton,
the Norfolk 4k Western, the Nashville,
Chattanooga sV St. Louis ana the 'Frisco
M. P. Washburn, chairman of the South
ern & Mississippi Valley Transportation as
sociation, was the first witness called. He
stated as a result of an investtga n her
In November, 1901, irregularities wers re
vealed. Bill used to ship grarn, he said.
failed to show tha correct figures and
some did not bear a date.
Senator Cockrell demanded that Mr.
Washburn tell the namea of the persons In
Whose hands the regular certificates or
bills were found In the Investigation of
1SL. Finding tbat Mr. Washburn avoided
the question the senator said:
'It is too late now to punish those peo
pie for the statute of limitations prevents
the case going before the United States
grand Jury. However. I think Mr. Wash
burn ought to speak out. even though the
offenses were committed by reputable mer
chants of Loulavllle. It is hi business to
put his foot down on such practices and
to put the screws to the guilty parties."
At the afternoon session 8. O. Reynolds.
an Inspector for the Southeastern Mlssl
slpi4 Valley Traffic association, was asked
by Senator Cockrell for an explanation of
how he had happened to O K the Irregular
or fraudulent expense bills which 'ware
brought to light during the investigation of
1901. M. Reynolds' reply waa that he did
not realise that th bill were Improperly
. 8. Dodge, third vice, president and
traffic manager of the 'Frisco system, in
explaining the methods of handling grain
now in force In Louisville, said:
I think tha present plan Is a very poor
means of reaching an pd. It Is an Invita
tion to carrier to handle bunlness at a
minimum figure under their tariff adjust
ment. It Is an Invitation to manipulation.
If un a thing were possible.
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Xiakcr ( Raral Carriers Appointed
for Iowa a ad Nebraska
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. July 14.-8pecial Tele
gram.) Rural carriers appointed: Ne
braska Beemer, route I; Qeorg W. Brlggs,
carrier; Calvin Fleming, substitute. Howell,
route $; Anton Novarek, Carrie; F. B.
Hion. substitute. Wlsner, route t; Ous
ter E. Miller, carrier; Paul A. Miller, sub
stitute. Iowa Bancroft, route 1; Frank
Mescher, carrier; Joseph Menke, substitute.
Route t; Robert E. Ooddard. carrier; Harry
C Ooddard. substitute.
HUBBARD EXPLAINS LETTER
Cotton Excnanare resfde-nt Says Ilia
HAs' fVo' YioWeipdnded Wttir '
t.i ..;8ecrfetaVWn.':i',;' ;-
NEW YORK;. July H-vPreaident Walter
Hubbard, of the New ortc cotton ex
change, today sent the-followtng communi
cation to the Associated Press:..
Permit' me to ask you very-kindly to cor
reet a mlnannrf henMon of the oresa in re.
gard to my letter to President Roosevelt
concerning tne disclosures, in tne uepuri
ment of Aarrtculture. "
I have never written to Becretary Wilson
mil mv letter was not the seauel to any
correnpondence wivn nim conauciea Dy iny
brother, Samuel T. Hubbard, when presi
dent of the New York Cotton exchange.
My note was prompted simpiy Dy ine re
cent revelations, and had for Its purpose
solely to make a clear statement oi tne Al
titude or our exchange.
Body of Drowned Ma a Foend.
PIERRE, S. D.. .July 14. (Special Tele
gramsThe body of Fred Roushek, the
young man drowned in Bad river last even
ing, was found this morning about 100 feet
from the point where he disappeared. A
coroner's Jury brought In a verdict of
accidental drowning and the body will be
sent to bis old home at Freeport, 111., for
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair la Eastern .Nebraska Toda
Showers aaa Cooler la West
WASHINGTON, July 14. Forecast of the
weather for Saturday and Sunday
For Nebraska Fair In east; showers and
cooler In west portion Saturday; Sunday
For Iowa Fair, continued warm Satur
day; showers and cooler at night or Sun
day in north portion; fair In south
For South Dakota Showera and cooler
Saturday; Sunday fair.
OFFICE OF THE WKATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA. July 14. Official record of tern-
the corresponding day of the last three
- 1M. jrt. itrv.. J'
Maximum temperature .. SO S3 .
Minimum temperature 4,j 64 65
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, July 14. (Special.) After a
vigorous discussion last night and today
the State Bar association refuseds to en
dorse the recommendation that the grand
Jury system be abolished. The vote waa
taken at noon, Just before adjournment, and
was overwhelming. Judge Wade of Iowa
City later secured the floor and made a
Vigorous plea In favor of the adoption of
the Wisconsin idea of using the grand Jury
only when an Investigation was necessary
In such cases aa graft or murder.
By acclamation the association elected
the following officers: President, Judge W.
H. Bailey, Des Moines; vice president.
Judge H. M. Towner,. Corning; treasurer.
Jesse F. Stovenson. Des Moines; secretary.
Charles M. Duteher, Iowa City. Executive
committee, by congressional districts: First,
W. M. Ktlley, Washington; Second, J. F,
Devitt, Muscstihe; Third, Chsrles W. Mul
len. Waterloo; Fourth, J. H. McConlogue,
Mason City; Fifth. J. W. Wlllett. Tamal
Sixth, W. O. Clemens, Newton:. Seventh,
Carroll Wright, Des Moines; Eighth, W. E.
Crum, Bedfprd: Ninth, Harry B. Hollman, ,
Guthrie Center; Tenth, J. E. Wlckman.'
Oalner; Eleventh, F. F. .'Faville, S terra
Lake. . s
Addresses were delivered today by Judge
McClatn of the supreme bench and Senator
Newberry of Strawberry Point read a paper
on the need of pure food laws.' At th
banquet last night the toasts were by
Judge Wade of Iowa City, President Seeley
of the P'ats Normal school and Judge
Deemer of ih supreme court. The after
noon was spent In discussing the proposi
tion to abolish the taxation of money and
Requisition tor rarroii.
Governor Cummin today honored the
requisition of Governor Mickey of Ne
braska for John Carroll, now In Jail in
Council Bluffs and wanted In Omaha for
larceny from the person of S. W. Rhodes.
. Snktaln Drainage Law.
The validity of the drainage law has been
sustained by the supreme court In two
cases submitted.. They are the last de
cisions returned by the court for this
period. The chief question at issue In both
was the constitutionality. One Is the case
of E. R. Slsson against the Board of Su
pervisors of Buena Vista County and the
Other the case of Frank Ross against the
Supervisors of Wright County. Injunctions
were asked In each case. A large number
of drainage schemes, which have been held
up In different parts of the state awaiting
this decision, will now be carried forward
Considerable 111 feeling waa engendered
in th Fifty-sixth regiment. National guard,
that broke camp yesterday because of. a
hitch whereby the men failed to get all
their pay, the part due from the federal
government being held up because of some
Westbrook 1 Dead.
Frits Westbrook. the young man . who
was held up in University Place several
night ago and shot In the stomach, died
at 1 o'clock today. For a time there were
hope pf hi recovery. Westbrook ad
mitted tiat.h knew who did the aKbot
fog and It la claimed told those at. tne home
of .Rev. Mr Proper, where he waa taken
when shot. .Detectives have renewed their
effort to local th murderer.
License Three Years Old.
Calvin Johnson of Ames appeared at the
office of the county clerk today to find
out whether a marriage license that waa
Issued to hlmthree years ago waa still
good. He was told It was still good. He
explained that the girl, Mis Helen Waldo
of Amea. had balked three year ago when
he first got the marriage license and only
finally consented to marry him recently,
' Goes Back' to Omaha.
Emma Burkhead, who baa been arrested
here several times recently, was today
given the option by Judge Duncan of re
turning to Omaha or going to Jail. She
chose to return to Omaha.
. . Attacks itepbara at Banqaet,
Newspaper . from Honolulu Which have
reached this cty tall of an attack on Con
gressman W. P. Hepburn by Immigration
Commissioner Prank Sargent at a banquet
there a few day ago. Congressman Hep
burn la reported to have said that th
attempt of the labor unlona to rewrite the
constitution of the United States might yet
wreck the country. Commissioner Sargent
Bald: "There are member of congress who
are more dangerous and Irresponsible than
th American laborer."
Dragtsts Elect Officers.
At the rpeetlngs of the state druggist
today officer Were elected. Cedar Rapids
was selected a the meeting place In 1906
and the awards for prise essays made. Tba
officer elected are:
President George M. Pederson. Harlan.
' Vice Presidents J. F. Jungen. Relnbeck
W. b. Hu fiord, Des Moines: J. lioylston,
Becretary J. M. unaiey, winneia.
Treasurer (for thirteenth termj J
Allesred Hnrsethlef raptured.
ONAWA, la.. 'July 14.-(Speclal.-Deputr
Sheriff Thompson ef Woodbury county waa
In Onawa today, on his way home to Cor
reetlonvllle with a prisoner he captured
In Nebraska who had .stolen a team of
horses near that town. The team was
found In Missouri. .The psrty was taken
to Correctionvllla, where he will have a
hearing. , '
Boy Drown la River.
SIOUX CITY, la., July 11 (Special Tele
gram.) Arthur Grafton, aged 14 yeara, waa
drowned In th Missouri river this after
noon white swlrhming III home I In
Chicago and he had been visiting hla uncle,
George. W. Landla, landlord of the Mer
chants' hotel..', i '
, New oetety for Ames College.
' J'EW' YORK: July" 14. -The Beta Theta
PI fraternity at. the. laat. session of Its
sixty-seventh annual convention today
Sddcd one new ohapter to the fraternity,
making Sixty-eight chapters In all. Iowa
State college at 'Ames received the new
Landls at llarlaa.
HARLAN, la.. 'July 14.-(8peclal.)-Hon.
C." B. 'Lantll;" congressman' front Indiana,
spake here yesterday, which was cele
brated ' republican day ' at the Harlan
Chautauqua, Baturday will be' democratic
day and Champ Clark of Missouri will be
the orator. . - . '-
Woodtnea's Pica 4e at Lests.
LOOAN, la.. July 14. (Special.) The
Omaha lodges of the Woodmen of the
World will hold their annual outing and
picnic at Logan on Thursday; July 27. An
attendance of 1,500 Is expected and many
drill teams wilt be present.
MAY DISMISS THE CASES
City Attorney. Most Prosecute Jailer
ar Jadge Will get Mea
CINCINNATI, July '14.' Unless City At
torney James Thornton 'of Newport, Ky.,
returns from a fishing camp and is ready
Monday to prosecute the cases In court that
grew out of Caleb Powers' committment to
the Newport Jail, all. the cases will bo dis
missed according to the announcement
made today by Judge Moore when the cases
against Jailer Floeger and his assistants
The charge Is disorderly conduct, the
Jailer having resisted when Mayor Helm
bold ordered a change in the arrangements
for Caleb Powers, who Is a federal pris
pioplt Looked it Her Id Arcizixeat,'
Pronoanwd IncBufelJ. Fact Kai
Clitr it tier.
THANKS GODOT CUTICURA
Mrs. P. Haciett, of 400 Van Buren
6t., Brookirn N. Y. says: " I wish
: to give thanks for the marvelous cure
of my mother by Cuticura. She had
a severe ulcer, whioh Dhvsiciant had
.pronounced incurable. , It was a ter
rible cnsngureme,ntf auu. pcoyio
would sUnd in amazement and look;
after her. .After, Jtbere was no hope
from doctors she", began usinir Cuti
cura Soap, Ointment, and Pills, and
now, thank God, she Is completely
cured, and her face is as smooth and
. clear as ever."
Your pvl wiH be filled with
delight when you view
the magical effect of
It Docs Do Wonders
Everything that you wash,
every household article of every
description carpets, rugs, cur
tains, clothing, furniture,' wood
work, kitchen utensils, dishes,
china ware, porcelain ware, eu
aniel, linen, bed clothing, every
thing all will shine and smell
sweet and be fresh and bright
and new, and will not be harmed
or injured by the operation.
Your hands, too, will "rejoice
and be exceeding glad, for
20h Century Soap leaves them
soft and white and smooth. No
lj-e to roughen and redden them.
No, foul, dirty animal greases
just pure, sweet penetrating
vegetable oils and nothing else.
Don't rob yourself of the
pleasure this wonder-worker
will bring into your home.
ONE TRIAL. WILL MAKE IT YOUR
All Grocers Large Can, 10c
HOFFHEIMER. SOAP CO.
AMl'SfcMEJSTS. . .
VINTON ST. PARK -
Omaha vs. Des Moines
MONDAY, JULY 17. LADIES' DAY
Gam Called 3.45.
"gjjj BOYD'S I Stock" co.
This Afternoon, Tonight,'
n j A Mother's BaerMc.
HI? (With Baby "Jack" McKee.)
Unnl Prices. 10-15-25o. . ,
VV CBK Ma"., 10c any seat.
NOVELTY FAMILY THEATRE
1408 Donnlas Street.
Clayson Female Orchestra, The Hav
,m eiater. Illustrated Hongs. The
Jacksons In a Musical Fantasina, Neft'
and MUler, I ne r renrn rmjirumn.
4 -PERFORMANCES DAILY 4
Admission 10 Cents.
BANKER COMMITS SUICIDE
Caaalor ( St. Loala Coaatr Ha ale
aoota Himself at Hla
ST. tXVI8. July 14.-Wlthout warning of
th deed. Lew warfield. cashier of the 8U
Louts county bank, at Clayton, a suburb,
today abot himself through th head, while
seated at his dask, and sank JMaJsaa. ki
was H year of age, had been ldeniin4 wlU
Mean temperature ?7 ' 74 "75 78
Precipitation . . , .- .74 .17 . .OS
Temperature and precipitation departures
trura me normal ai umana since atarca 4,
and comparison with the last tworyears;
rvormai temperature TV
fi-xress Tor the day
Excess. slnoe March 1 J...... 178
Normal precipitation ... .15 Inch
Kxcess for the day 69 Inch
Precipitation since March .10. 0 inches
Ixnclency since March 1. ....... S. 00 Inches
r-nclency for cor. period, 1904..,. t. 41 Inches
uenciency xor cor. period, ima.... 4 c mcnes
Report Trom Station at T P. It
Station an State " Tern. Max. Raln-
Bismarck, cloudy ...
Cheyenne, cloudy ...
Davenport, clear ....
Denver, rart cloudy
Kansas Illy, clear ..
North Platte, clear .
Rapid City, part cloudy
Ml. ixjuls. clear
tit. Paul, clear
Bait Ivtke City, cloudy
V llilaton. clear
T Indicatea trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
Tpm. Tern. fall.
... M . 2 .00
... 71 M ,T
... 64 88 .00
... to 91 .00
... 83 Hi .T
... 82. 84 .00
... 74 80 .T
... 88 SO .00
... 88 i- 80 .CO
... 8ti 100 .00
... 86 M .00
.. 8 K .00
.... 84 8S .00
... 84 M .00
... 68 80 .60
... SO M .00
... 84 8 ,T
Savaa 5eaie Stomachs that
Ice Has Hurt
.There's) 4) roeaoa
11. Hansen of Lyons took two first prise
and Mr. Pederson of Harlan and Zela M.
Co per of Red Oak- took on first prise
. Damaare by Hlgn Water.
ONAWA. Ia., July 14.-(Bpeclal.)-Con-
aiderabla damage haa been done to growing
crop In parts of Orant, Ashtoa and Kenne
bec townships Monona county, by the high
waters of Little Sioux and West Fork
rivers. Mr. Erlckson, who owns land on
th West Fork, claims tha water is now
as high as it was during the Cherokee
flood some years ago. Th water la now
thought to be falling in this locality. The
water doe not extend out on the Missouri
bottoms aa much a in former years, and
its progresa through tbs grass Is vary slaw.
f TIM Thrift YQ&LIIE
Produces Wonderful Results
Gives strength: to the weak energy
to the exhausted.
Greatest Strength Builder
' Known to Medical Science
". .When exhausted from
ANY CAUSE WHATEVER
try it Results will prove all claimi
As a sleep producer it is un
equalled. It restores lost vitality.
Order from your druggist,
15c A Bottle
a ar r m
Soa laslat Mother Is Saa.
SIOUX CITT. Ia.. July 14.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Alleging his mother, who occupies
a lunatlc'a cell at the aaylum at Cherokee,
la sane, Daniel L. Barrett haa begun a
fight in th district court to reverse the in
sanity commissioners. Mrs. Barrett's hal
lucination was that a neighbor wanted to
kill her by squirting poisoned powder at
her. - First she built a lattice work and
then a high board fane to keep out her
Tax Ferret at Bloaz Cltr.
SIOUX CITT. Ia.. July lt-tSpeclal.)
The tax ferret I going after delinquent
taxpayer with a sharp stick. V. B. Bhonta
of Correctlonvllle Is the ferret, and Judge
Ben McCoy of Oekaloosa Is bis attorney.
The defendant In Ave lawsuit ar al
leged to have accounts, notes and moneys
which have not been reported for taxa
tion to the aasesaor. Th ferret threaten
to bring several other actions if settlement
ar not mad t prevent them.
Floe Caase iMsaalty.
SIOUX CITT. Ia.. July 14. Special.)- )
With the roar of th Missouri river, bank j
full, constantly tinging In his ears and
leading him to believe the waters war
eating away hla floe farm, Samuel Besette, I
who had net Va In perfect nieniai eua-
' The Union Pacific Railroad has Just Issued an
Illustrated booklet on tbe Lewis and Clark Cen
tennlal. which Is a complete guide to Portland,
the Exposition and the Paclttc Northwest gen
erally. It Is eminently a pocket manual for visitors to
the Centennial. It contains a map of the United
1 ' States; large Bird's Eye-View map in several
" colors of the Exposition grounds with directory;
colored map of Portland, beautiful half-tone lllus
tratlona of the Exposition buildings; and much
general Information concerning hotel rates, street
car lines, and other thlnga which stranger to
Portland will want to know about
It tells you of tbe shortest way to reach the
Exposition City, what is to be seen en route and
of tbe return through
Those who Intend to rlslt the
CREAT WESTERN FAIR
will find In thl publication a rare
fund of InformaUon. ,
Guide aent free on request
Addreaa or call at
4 CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FAR NAM ST.
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