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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JUNE 2,
Telephone Douglas 618.
Thl In sn opportunity to save nil the
way from IIO.'iO to M.flO on your S;ilt.
Every garment Is new and of the very
latest design. We have plenty of large
sites. The colors lire grays, navy blue,
plain black, coral and Alice bide.
. ns.rtt Suit for $12.50. ,
$30.00 Suits for $15.00.
$5.00 Bulls for $.'2.50.
Special pale prices on all the Pretty Bilk
Painty Ltvn Waist".
FtargKlns In Lawn Waists mussed In
Cool louse Dresses.
Special Sale White Madras
Saturday morning we will place on spe
cial sale all our 30c White Madras Waist
Ings at 2Sc per yard.
Remnants of White Goods of all klnda at
Renaissance Scarfs and Center
All our $1.00 Renaissance Center rteces
49J each. ......
All our $2.60 Renaissance Scarfs $1.89 each.
Bpeclnl values In remnants of Table
Cloths and odd half dosen Napkins.
Coming, a Sale of Extraordi
nary Values in Colored Dress
Goods Remnants Monday.
The large quantity and unusually low
prices of Dress Goods Remnants which we
are going to sell Monday Is the result of
very large selling during May through our
mall order department and regular city
trade. As la our usual custom, we carry
no remnants over from month to month.
See goods displayed in our Sixteenth street
Continuation of Our Great Mil
linery Sale at Half Price.
There were many who shared In the
. first day ot savings; while the stock Is
not quite aa large as It was at first, there
are still many choice styles to choose
from. Every trimmed hat In the house
at half price. This surely should decide
the question of a new hat.
Millinery section, second floor.'
Special Sale of Men's Under
wear at 35c a Garment.
AH day Saturday, we will sell two lines
of men's underwear In blue and flesh color,
made of pretty mercerised yarns, cur good
and full, drawers have extra large and
double gusset, at 85c garment.
Special selling at $1.75 shirts at $1.00 each.
BURDEN THROWN ON SENATE
Conference Committee Accepts Toraker
i Amendment to Statehood Bill.
LOWER rtOUSE WILL STAND PAT
tales This Compromise Is Accepted
taper Hons Will Be Biassed
for Fatlare of the
WASHINGTON. June 1. The latest move
In the controversy between the senate and
the house on the statehood question tins
just been revealed in connection with the
plan to bring in a report from the confer
ence committee tomorrow. This report is to
provide for the Immediate admission of
Oklahoma and the Indian Territory as one
state, with the further provision in the ex
act language of the original Forakcr
amendment that Arizona and New Mexico
shall vote separately on their admission
as one state.
This report Is to be submitted first to the
senate for Its action. Should it be rejected,
as has been predicted by those who have
made a close canvass of that body, the re
sponsibility for the failure to admit Okla
homa and Indian Territory and also the
. failure to allow the other two territories
to themselves decide the question of their
admlgsion will be placed with the senate.
House Rests Its Case.
. Should this report fall of ratification in
the senate It Is believed that the house will
rest Its case without further action of any
kind, after emphasizing the-fact that the
senate and not the house Is responsible for
' ' the failure of action.
The Foraker amendment, as It Is known.
Is the exact provision on which the state
hood Insurgents made their losing fight in
the house when the bill was under consid
eration in that body.
Speaker Cannon and house leaders who
have supported him In his statehood posi
tion have carefully considered the present
move, and all Indications point to the con
clusion that they are willing to drop the
Furnishings and Shoe
From the Boys' Own Store
The boy who graduates ought to look as good as he feels.
He and his parents will attend to his feelings. We'll take
care of his looks. N
Long Trouser Suits for ages 14 to 19, of unfinished and undressed
worsteds styles that are right up to the hour $ 12. so and tlS.OO.
Knee Pants snd Knickerbocker Butts for ages 7 to 16. such ss are
worn by the best dressed boys you've seen and admired them
the prices are $10.00, 8.SO, 7JV0 and $0.00.
Shoes and Shirts. lists and Caps. Hose and Hal! Hose.
Write fur Illustrated Catalogue.
Our Semi-Annual Clearing Sale of Fine Tailor-Made Suits Com
mences Saturday, June 2nd. Every Suit at Exactly Halt Price.
SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS.
' Every Item an Item of value. These goods go on sale at 7:30 p. m.
Petticoats In Krononty lla nient at 29c Kach, Worth $1.00.
About 40 Black Sateen Petticoat, with black and white ruffle
on special sale Saturday evening at 7:30.
Extraordinary Value In the Daintiest of Fabrics, Black and White Crepe
do Chine 25c Yard.
If you want something that Is simply dress elegance Itself for a
pretty gown or waist In this season's most popular colors, black and
cream white, see these. It Is a material that will pay you to know
about beautiful luster, soft and clinging. On sale Saturday evening,
7:30 o'clock, as long as they last, 25c yard.
Men's 2."Vc I'udcrwear 19c Kach.
Fine quality of men's Ribbed Balbrlggan Shirts and Drawers, ecru
color, all sizes, on sale after 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening at 19c gar
ment. 13c Ciinuhanis Sc Yard.
Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock we place on sale 15c Aberfoyle
Wash Ginghams at 5c yard.
White Neckwear for Men.
All the rage everywhere, not expensive.
Beautiful line of white wash ties, pretty
brocaded effects, launder as well ss a
handkerchief. Good value at 25c each.
Men's department, main floor, south aisle,
easy to get In, easy to get out.
Fancy Hosiery, aa well as the staple
blncks, and better or more complete lines
we have never had.
In fancies at 60c a pair we have an un
usually large assortment of patterns and
colorings, black with colored embroidered
Instep, white Hose embroidered, allover
lace or lace boot patterns; pink, blue, tan
and gray Hose, excellent value, at 60c a
Very fine Gauze Lisle Hose, In black,
white, pink and blue, at 60c per pair.
Women's black Gauze Lisle Hose, with
cotton sole; double soles, heels and toes,
35o a pair or i pairs for $1.00.
Special sale of Misses' Fine Ribbed Black
Lisle Hose, very fine and light weight;
have double knees, soles, heels and toes.
The line of sizes Is broken and We have
only a small quantity. These are our reg
ular 35c Hose; Saturday special price. 25c
per pair Hosiery Department, main floor.
Colored Wash Fabrics, Base
ment Floor, East Side.
The choicest of the new materials. If
you want these come and see us.
Mercerized Wash Panama Cloth at 25c
and 40c a yard.
Sllklzed Wash Poplin, 40a a yard.
Mercerized Wash Poplin, 25c a yard.
Imported Wash Poplin, 25c a yard.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
question Indefinitely should the senate re
fuse to accept this basts of compromise.
Senate Aovalnst Report.
After it became known ki the senate that
the conferees had agreed upon tbe 'For
aker amendment of a year ago and had
abandoned the Burrows amendment cutting
New Mexico and Arizona out of the bill, a
poll was taken to determine the accepta
bility of 'the report. The democrats were
a unit against receding from the Bur
rows amendment, unless It should be by the
adoption of the Foraker amendment to the
bill passed at this session, which would sub
mit the question of admission separately to
the people of Arizona and New Mexico at
a special election. Only forty-one repub
lican votes were found for the conference
report and unless there are further conces
sions It appears that It cannot be adopted.
RATE BILL IS NEARLY READY
Conference Disposes of All Amend
ments Except Two.
WASHINGTON, T. C, June 1. Only two
amendments remained to be settled when
the conferees on the railroad rate bill ad
journed today and It is expected theso will
be decided tomorrow. The amendments in
dispute are those relating to "Jim Crow"
cars and the one prescribing that no hear
ings of applications for injuries, sotting
aside orders of the Interstate "Commerce
commission, shall be had without Ave days'
notice to the commission. The latter
amendment was agreed to at one time in
the deliberations of the conferees, but that
action was reconsidered today. The indica
tions are that It wilt be accepted by the
It is bhUI that the "Jim Crow" car amend
ment in slated to go out of the bill. If the
amendment Is disagreed to the different
states are permitted to exercise their own
discretion as to the separation of the races,
but Interstate passengers cannot be In
terfered with under the state laws.
Two amendments were redrafted by the
conferees. One of these was the pass
amendment for which a substitute wet
offered by the house conferees, and the
substitute was accepted. It prohibits the
issuance of passes to any persons. It make
no exemption whatever, but Is not to tnke
effect until January 1, 1907. The other
amendment redrafted today was the one
Scotch Wash Plaids at 15c, 25c. 90c, 8oO
Wash Tissues at 16c, 20c, 25c a yard.
Wash Dimities at 15c, 18c, 25c a yard.
Wash Batistes at 10c, 12Hc, 16c a yard.
Special Sale of Infants' Slips
A special clearing sale of Infants' slips,
that should Interest every mother In
Omaha. Come and share In the savings
Infants' long slips made with round
yokes of embroidery and feather stitching
or lace and tucks, regular prices $1.00 snd
$1.25; Saturday's price 75c each.
Pretty slips made with round yoke cf
lace and embroidery, Insertion ruffle, with
tucks and lace edge, regular price $1.50,
Saturday $1.00 each.
Long slips made with tucks, feather
stitched by hand, and French knots,
regular price $2.00, Saturday's price $1.50.
This Is Just a mere hint of the many
pretty kinds that will be sold Saturday.
Infants' department, main floor, north
Women's Knitted Underwear.
There should be no occasion for looking
farther as we leave no effort unmade to
supply needful and proper undergarments
worn by women. All weights, materials,
qualities, one piece or two.
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Cotton Vests, low
neck, sleeveless, plain tape top, a good
number for 10c. ,
, Ladies' Richelieu Ribbed Cotton Vests,
low neck, sleeveless, plain tape top or
crochet trimmed, all sizes 26c.
Ladles Richelieu Ribbed Gauze Lisle
Vests, plain tape top, all sizes 36c, I for
making pipe lines common carriers. It
now provides that pipe lines transporting
oil through pipes and partly by rail and
through pipes and partly by water shall
be common carriers. Tbe "commodity"
amendment, which prohibits railroads from
carrying any articles It mines, manufac
tures or produces, was also amended slightly
so as to render it less in conflict with the
pipe line amendment.
The action of, the senate ill striking out
the words "In Its Judgment" anil "fairly
remunerative" was agreed to by the con
ferees. These are two of the Important
amendments having a bearing upon what
was known as the Allison compromise to
the rate-making section of the bill.
The conferees agreed that express com
panies should be brought within the pro
visions ot the act to regulate Interstate
commerce, but that palace sleep'ng cars
SEX ATE PASSES LIABILITY BILL
Mr. Daniel Will Make Attempt to
Have Measure Reconsidered.
WASHINGTON. June l.-The senate to
day passed the bill regulating the liability
ot railroad companies for Injury to em
ployes, but Senator Daniel gave notice of
a motion to reconsider, which If It pre
vails, will have the effect of again bring
ing the bill before the senate for considera
tion. The remaining time of the open ses
sion was devoted to a speech by Senator
Morgan In support of the American con
trol In the Philippines and to a discussion
of the resolution prescribing a policy for
the government In the purchase of supplies
for the Panama canal. Senator Stone On
posed the amendment as useless and at
tacked the president as weak and waver
ing In policy.
After a protracted executive session the
senate adjourned until tomorrow.
When today Senator Aldrich sought to
secure the passage ot his resolution giving
the president authority to go outside the
United Slates to buy supplies for the
Panama canal In case bids In the United
States are extortionate and unreasonable,
Senator Stone took the floor In opposition
to the resolution. He based his opposition
on the ground that it was useless to pass
It. "No one can doubt," he said, "that
the president will buy practically all canal
materials In America, no matter what the
difference in prices here and sbroad
'in support of this contention he cited
the facts In connection with the purchase
from the Ward line of two ships for tho
canal service. "The president," he said,
"opened negotlatlona for the purchase of
foreign ships, but at the aame time the
batteries of American ship builders were
opened on the president. For awhile a
short while It really looked ss if the pres
ident for once at least would stand his
ground. But alaa! our hopes were vain;
he was not equal to the task. He hauled
down his flag and aurrendered. Instead
of buying the foreign shlpa of 1,000 tons
each for 1150.000 he bought two American
ships ot i.700 tons each for $1.9)0,000. These
vessels." said the senstor. "had cost not
to exceed tuo.uoo each, Snd as they had
been In service about eight years were
worth 0 per cent less." This he pro
nounced "a shameful Instance of treasury
looting." He declared the president's
"weaknesa' to be a costly thing for the
"And so." Mr. Stone proceeded, "the
Macedonian cry comes over from the
White House to congress. The Joint reso
lution is the response congress makes to
that iipfieal. Hereafter when the presi
dent goes on buying trust materials at trust
prlc, as he has been doing and would
continue to do, whether thla resolution
should be adopted or not, he can excuse
himself on the ground that congress has
established a rule for his guidance. He
can shelter himself under this resolu
tion snd unload his sins on congress. That
is about the only possible use to which
this resolution can be putt"
Whea Mr. Stone concluded tsator For
aker read the testimony of Mf.' Bhonts be
fore the (nteroceanlc cans enmmittee.
shotting that the two Ward if s ships bad
Bee, June 1, 1908.
Of Interest to Women.
We carry a nice line of toilet articles.
Popular makes In all the soaps such Ss
Cashmere Bouquet, No. 4711, Cutlcurs.
Pears, Woodbury's facial, white Castile
and Craddocks medicated blue soap.
The best of powders to be found here,
Pozzonl's and La Blanche.
Mennen's Borated Talcum, also Colgate's
violet talcum powder.
Shaving soap, bay rum. Quinine Tonic,
and marry other Items too numerous to
mention., All at popular prices, on sale
Chemisettes and Sleeves.
Reduced price on these beautiful evening
dress requisites, should Interest every lover
of daintiness. 1 They are used with the
surpllcie waists and to lengthen out short
sleeves: Chemissettee and sleeves made ot
white' tucked chiffon with cream lace,
very dainty and pretty, regular price $7.00,
reduced to 14.28 each.
Chemisettes and sleeves made of whits
tucked chiffon with cream lace, regular
prlco $5.2S, reduced to $3.26 each.
Chemisettes and sleeve of Insertion with
dainty tucks, regular price $6.00, reduced
t6 $3.00 each.
Women's neckwear department, main
floor, . north aisle. .
Special Sale of Laces for Sat
urday. Saturday will be a busy day In the Lace
Department. Three special lines markel
at money saving prices now d I a pi ay. d
In our Sixteenth street vestibule window.
Three lots of choice fancy lacea, imita
tion Point Ducheas, Modena Filet, Flem
ish Point, Dentelle Japonalse and many
other pretty styles suitable for trimming
the Rummer gown. These laces range
fiom thk to 7 Inches In width and have
sold all season from 26c to $1.00 a yd.
On speoial sale
SATURDAY MORNING, AT 1C, 28C AND
4C A YARD.
Special from Muslin Under
wear Department, $1.25 Skirts
Saturday 75c Each.
It should not take you long to decide On
a value like this. Fine Cambric Skirts
with tucked lawn flounce and embroidery
insertion. Regular $1.26 skirts, Saturday,
. In Basement Notion Dept.
. John J. Clark's spool cotton, black and
white, all numbers, two spools for 60 or
2So a dozen.
Bon Ton hooks and eyes 6c a card.
Good quality of pins 6c a papor.
Pearl buttons, two dozen on card for 6c.
been built at tlmewKen material and
labor wore cheaper and that they had sub
sequently been strengthened as to Improve
them materially and really make them a
bargain at the price.
.; Benator Carmack suggested an amend
ment to the resolution providing that pref
erence shall be given , to articles of do
mestic manufacture when they can be se
cured as cheaply as others and spoke in
support of the amendment, holding It to
be In line with existing laws. He could,
he said, see no reason for opening wider
the gates of "graft" as the pending resolu
tion would do because there would be no
standard for determining what Is "extor
tionate or unreasonable." Furthermore", he
Interpreted this language as an admission
that the government Is st the mercy of
the protected monopolies. "There Is
nothing In the United States laws to pre
vent the protected manufacturer from hold
ing up the government at the muzzle of a
tariff schedule and compelling It to de
liver," he declared.
The resolution was still under considera
tion when the senate went Into executive
TROOPS' IS BRIGADE CAMPS
M ar Department Announces Plans for
Mobilisation of Militia.
WASHINGTON, D. C. June l.-The flnsl
statement for the mobilization of troops
st seven brigade camps between July IS
and October 16 of this year was approved
today by the secretary of war. Nearly all
states and territories have agreed to send
mllltta to Join the regulars In exercises
planned by the general etuft. Brigadier
General W. P. Dvval will command the
camp at Chiclu.rr.f.uga park. Ga., and the
I officers In command of the other camps
will be as follows:
Mount Gretna Fa.. Brigadier General F.
D. Grant; Austin, Tex., Brigadier General
William S. McCaskey; Fort Riley, Kan..
Brigadier General Theodore J. Wint; Fort
D. A. Russell. Wyo., Brigadier General
John W. Hubb: American Lake. Wash.,
Brigadier General Constant Williams: In.
j dtanapolls, nd., Brigadier General William
li. carter. .
Plana approved by Secretary Taft pro.
vide for th participation in t tie exercises
of all regular troops stationed In the
United States except the coast artillery.
Xomlnntlons by President.
WASHINGTON. June 1. The president
today sent the following nominations to
Receivers of public moneys: Alexander
J. Cook, at Vancouver, Wash.; Frank A.
Twltchell, at Seattle, Wash.
Postmasters: California W. M. Tisdale,
Redlands; T. M. Wright. Wataonvllle. Il
linois H. Clark, Mount Morris; G. y.
Dlcua, Rochelle. Kansas W. C. Mark
Petition to Consolidate.
WASHINGTON. June l.-Petltions signed
by former Postmaster General John
Wanamaker, Charles Kmory Smith, Jsmea
L. Gary and Thomas I.. James, Chairman
Tsggart of the Democratic National com
mittee, the Columbia university faculty,
the Barnard college faculty, the Co'.umbla
Grange of New Jersey of numerous others
urging passage of the bill for tie con
solidation of third and fourth diss mall
matter as recommended by P.itmsster
General Cortelyou In his ariiua! report
were submitted to the house todsy by the
Postal Progress lesgue.
Right sense of comfort
when well made
hot, crisp, delicious,
goes with the mesl.
"There's a Reason"
CLUB WOMEN TARE ST. PAUL
8erral Eandrsd Additional Dslecatss to
Federation Convention Arrivs.
SUFFRAGE QUESTION TO THE REAR
Arrrageraent for the Committee to
mother All Resolutions Re
lation to These Sob-Jeets.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
ST. PAUL Minn., June l.-(8peclal Tele
gramsThe city Is literally in the hands
of the club women todsy, the unprece
dented attendance of the opening day hav
ing been supplemented by several hundred
more, making It the largest meeting In
point of visiting women. The Hotel Ryan,
federation headquarters, fairly swarms
with 600 women who have completely taken
possession of the lobby, parlors and cor
ridors, crowding the male guests to a place
of senondary consideration. Even In the
big dining room there Is no place for
men and for the accommodation of the
few courageous enough to remain a small
dining room was opened Friday.
The long cherished plans of the house
hold economics committee, of which Mrs.
Mary Moody Pugh of Omaha Is chairman,
to demonstrate Its work through a model
cottage built in the old state capltol, are
threatened with failure through the dis
covery at the last moment that there Is no
gas In the old building from which to
supply the kitchen range In the cottage.
So far no substitute has been arranged
and demonstrations In cookery snd food
values are at a standstill. The other ex
hibits are rapidly being completed and are
serving well to demonstrate the skeptical
and practical work of the various state
clubs and federations. 1
Very little open opposition Is being offered
the re-election of Mrs. Sarah Piatt Decker
as president, but the women realize that
Mrs. Decker's position as president Is be
ing mede the most of by the opponents of
woman suffrage to commit the General
Federation against this reform. At a meet
ing of the Colorado delegation Friday a
petition was formulated asking the reso
lutions committee to table any resolutions
pertaining to woman suffrage that might,
be brought before the convention. Un
willing that the federation should be em
barrassed by embracing so radical a move
ment or that It should decline to endorse
suffrage principles, which they all favor,
and realizing the delicacy of the position
Of Mrs, Decker, an avowed suffragist from
a suffrage state, they have, asked the
resolutions committee to keep the question
from coming before the convention. The
petition will receive the support of the
majority of the delegations, Nebraska and
Iowa among them.
Reassnres Apprehensive Ones.
Mrs. Decker did much to reassure the
apprehensive ones Friday morning follow
ing the presentation of the civil service re
port, by her tactful comments upon the sub
ject, which the conservative element has
been disposed to regard as touching upon
politics. "As mothers and women. It Is
our right and our duty to Interest ourselves
in the welfare of the little children, the
helpless aged and the unfortunate com
mitted to the public Institutions of our
states and what we can do to better their
conditions In a womanly way Is not politics.
It Is religion." she said.. And when a few
minutes later a resolution commending the
efforts of the General Federation during the
next two years fo securing the enactment
of state laws providing that appointments
to managing positions In such Institutions
be based upon the merit system, it passed
A delicate compliment was paid Mrs. D.
N. Cooly of Dubuque, la.. In recognition
of her years of club work, In a request
from Mrs. Decker that she occupy a seat
on the platform during the remainder of
The securing of a Juvenile court law since
the lest biennial, was the chief accomplish
ment reported by the Nebraska delegation
In the state reports.
"There are 336 clubs in Iowa," said Mrs.
J. J. Seerly of Burlington, "with a mem
bership of 18,000. Hard work on the part
of the club women of Iowa Is represented
In the pure food and child labor laws
which are on the statute books." She gave
credit to the men for the help they had
given In carrying the work to a successful
Receptions In Afternoon.
After two long sessions today, during
which reports of committees were read
and a number of amendments to the con
stitution were passed upon, the women
attending the biennial convention of the
General Federation of Women's Clubs laid
aside their work late this afternoon and
had several hours of pleasure In going to
receptions planned for them at various res
The convention failed to take any action
on the Reed Smoot case, but that la ex
pectod to come. later.
When Mrs. Decker read to the conven
tion the newa that the senate committee
at Washington had voted in fsvor of un
seating Senator Reed Smoot ahe made no
comnent. but In an instant handkerchiefs
were waved and hands were clapped In
approval of the action taken by the senate
Tonight a varied program of addresses
was listened to. Miss Jane Addams of
Chicago spoke on "Settlement work;" Mrs.
Harriet M. Vender Vssrt. also of Chlcsgo,
sppke on "The Consumers' League" : Clin
ton Rogers Woodruff of Philadelphia
spoke of the work of the "National Mu
nicipal League"; SamueX McCune Lindsay
of New York on "National Child Labor
Committee," snd Judge B. B. Llndsey of
Denver on "The Juvenile Court."
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., June I. (Special.)
John Spethman. aged 88 yeara. died yes
terday afternoon of general Infirmity. Mr.
Spethman was a native of Germany. He
came to America In 1854. locating at Winter
Bet. Ia., but moved to Nebraska In 1K6S,
locating 1ft Merrick county, six miles east
of this city. Later he moved to Missouri,
but sgsin returned to Nebraaka and for
several years has been a resident ot this
city. In UOl Mr. and Mrs. Spethman cele
brated thir diamond (sixty years) wed
ding. Mrs. Spethman died three years ago,
since which time he hss failed fast. A
year ago he was stricken with paralysis.
He Is the father of Mrs. Fred Hedde, wife
of the veteran editor. He leaves a large
number ef children, grandchildren Snd
great grandchildren to mourn his loss.
Panlel M. Lofkwood.
BUFFALO, June l.-Dsnlel N. Lockwood,
a well known lawyer and former member
of congress, died today.
MADISON. Neb., June 1 t8peeial.)-What
was Aral considered only a rumor has been
verified as a fact and caused no little sur
prise among Madison society. The event
Is the marrlsge of Fsy Malone and Miss
Irene June man. which took place st Chey
enne. Wyo., May 19. and was solemnised
by Bishop J. J. Keen of the Cheyenne dlo
ree of the Catholic church.
Tbe groom Is well known here, where he
was horn, ss well as la Omaha, a bare ix
OMAHA COTTLj I
ALL DRUG STORES
CM vlvlvo (UO VUCJ
the prices quoted. Each a
the price, some of which
wish to profit by these sp
27x51-iuch Smith's Axruins
and colorings, just receiv
for Saturday and Saturda
These Two Items
From 7 to
Complete, consisting of one
one Lindsay opal glass ;
this complete set sells rt
evening, 7 to 9:30 (not n
Saturday Evening in Our
"We will sell a beautiful Chh
shape with dragon desigi
rack ornament, sells at 50c
M Ak a i m
saturaav uniy aji day ana
Arabian Lace Curtain, heavl
Net; at, per pair
Saturday Special in
Will sell a Magazine Stand,
high, 5 shelves, 12 inches deejt
finished, sells at $3.50 each;
each i ,
was educated. He Is the only son of Mr.
snd Mrs. Thomas J. Malone, who resided
here In early days, later moved to Omaha,
returning- here last year.
FORECAST OFJTHE WEATHER
Fair and Warmer Today In Nebraska,
Iowa, South Dakota and
WASHINGTON, June 1. Forecsst of
the weather for Saturday and Sunday:
For Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Houth
Dakota and Montana Fair and warmer
Saturday; Sunday fair.
For Missouri Fair Saturday, warmer !n
southwest portion; Sunday fair.
For Colorado Fair Saturday, warmer in
east and south portion; Sundsy fair.
For Montana Fair Saturday, warmer in
western portion; Sunday fair.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAC,
OMAHA, June 1. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years: Ii6. 1906. 1904. 1903.
Msxlmum temperature .. 7.1 llfi 7S 54
Minimum temperature ... 64 til til 48
Mean temperature ...... 64 73 67 61
Precipitation 00 .15 .98 .38
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature 67
Deficiency for the day 8
Total dwflclency since Msrch 1 oti
Normal precipitation 17 inch
Detlciency for the day 17 inch
Total rainfall since March 1.... 7.92 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 1.1!S Inches
Deficiency for cor. period in 19116. 1.&0 Inches
Excess for cor. period in 1904... 1.19 Inches
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
Station and State Temp. Max. Rain
of Weather. 7 p. m. Temp. fall.
Bismarck, clar 66 72 .00
lllJffiifi ON AND OFF
'Iff 1 1 if UKE A COAT
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TUi sihsii wmcnie Wtra af
nm m n km tf sua km.
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M Uwt lUMra af CVJlua tm SMrti hi Wort. H
LINCOLN AMI KK1
Siiecial Train Via
Leaves Upm Station, Oifr
Returning. Leaves Line J
Beaton's Iru Store. Uth,n r"rnam;
rrnam; Etr Crelghton
In 10 Cent Bottler
lor Saturday selling only at
rvery article is a bargain at
lot be duplicated.' If you
offerings, be sure to come
ugs, the very latest design
gular $2.50 grade; special
(ming- 1 7C
I AY EVENING
n Special Sale
Idsay corrugated burner,
e, one Lindsay mantel;
irly at $1.00; Saturday
ithan two to a 7
ike Plate, in the square
ed as well for a plate
turday even- f C
ing we will sell a $6.75
eathered oak, 40 inches
152 inches wide, nicely
urday only, l AA
ne, clear 62
64 , ,im
. clear G2
ort, part cloudy ... 68
Clly. clear 74
Platte, clear 68
clear ...r it
Iflty, clear 62,
us, part ciouay .... f
1. part cloudy 64
ike City, clear .... 68
He, cloudy 66
in. clear 70
indicates trace of precipitation.
L A. WEL.SU, Locui f orecaster.
Record for May.
onth of Mav averaged one dearee
inner than the average for thlrty-
s. The mean for the montn wus
the mean for the thlrty-slx years
The absolute maximum for the
was 86 on the inn. ana me mwm
. v. . 0 u TM . .r..tMt riallv
mi iiic win r, - - - v - - -
fvas 86 degrees on the 10th. The
aion for the montn was z.s men..,
ncy of 1.86 incnes irom me
of thirty-six years. int wiuu
month was mainly from the south.
total movement or miies, an
hourly velocity of 10.2 miles. The
was thlrty-elgrfit miles an hour on
hinwinr from the north. Six days
ear, ten partly cloudy and fifteen
udy. Rain fell In measurable quan-
Oelonse BrsB, bale,
OiU plight only T
uesday, June b
NAT 0. GOODWIN
his latest and heist farce comedy
j Seats on Ssls
cents to $2 00.
gal rranoiseo nuiui ana miiw
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formalf t :".
Reettvo seats w cri, uvnrii
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neo ilfnatlnee Katurday for school rhtl-
1 under 15 admitted, any seat in
ir 10 cents.
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, 8:00 P. M.
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