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THE -OMAHA DAILY.. BEE: TUJt PAY. ; JUNK Uv,J90&
Telephone DouglM 4lt.
Bee, June IS, 10.
IOWA CROPS NEEDING RAIN
IZrtiU SATURDAY CLOAK DtPI. bALfcb
L . m TM Tat Yl "l. Jk
finest' waists are now reduced in price. visit
, ' All the fin tailor made suits at exactly
All the pretty coats In silk, etons, fitted
n1 Vs buck coats f special prices.
Handsome sepsrate skirts In cream vollle
and cream Panama floth.
1:6 ft . skirts at 10.v.
, H:.3ff kirt at tT.S".
110 00 skirts at fft.cO. ,
White summer drewes. In dnlnty lawns,
all our own eeluslvs styles, at W.dO, 17.50
.in. Ip fA and USOn.
LalleS" Sweaters TVs show a most ex-
tenslvw"l1nv f pr'T "tyles at T6. 1.1.50, f
11.80 and f&.OQ.'' , I
. Weill Peftlcosts-Fretty stripe and-pjatdj!
efrcrtt:- at. It. 00, (l.iO and I1.7S. j I
SotucW Special 811k Petticoat Bale
.'ol vs plajn black, grey, Alice and navy ! I
prlCt U-ii. . I - ', i
' Second flocr. f
Coming! Grand Clearing Sale J
of -All 'Black Dress
- Goods Remnants.
' No matter where you have bought your
you Intend, buying them In the future,
make It'- point to attend thie great clear
ing aale of black drees goods remnants.
., Watch dally papers for date of sale.
Th.Hn upme. early., -
Special , Sale of Men's Under
wear at 35c, or Three
V .... a u . -a For $1.00. 1
This should decide the underweaf ques
tion or you. . .
Two numbers for Saturday's selling, one
a fine blue balbrlggan. shirts nicely fin
ished,', drawers have reinforced gussett,
pxtra fine quality of combed cotton. The
other a flue mercerized cotton, flesh color,
shirts and drawers nicely finished through
out. These" garments are . good value at
5K-. Special eale prk-e 36c each, or three
fur 11.00. , i ' .
Special Showing of Men's
Wash Scarfs at a Special
Price, 25c Each.
Blight new neckwear beauty la here for
Saturday. At this season of the year
when negligee attire Is In form
ol a a i
no tie that looks as fresh and cool
pretty wash scarf. After you see the
quality and patterns you will agree with
ua. Some stores sell these scarfs for lac
OUR SPECIAL PRICE 28C EACH.
designed te prevent the remedying Of the i
evus complained or. tney coum nm n -
I regret that you, the president of the
United . States should (hI justified, by
inuendo at least. Jiv Impugning the sin
cerity and the competency of a committee
of the house of representatlvesv You have
no warrant for It. v Very -truly yours.
. . ..J. W. -WADS-WORTH.
To Theodore Roosevelt. President of the
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MEAT ftt'B.TriO ty rARLIAMEUT
Matter Will Be- Live Isaae Before
. . - V British lawmakers.
IjOXPOK, June 16. A fresh lot of ques
tions relating to tre Chicago meat packing
dlsc'lo'sufe' are being prepared for presen
tation In the House of Commons next week.
Mlchne: Hicks-Reach, son of the former
rhfiiu-Hiior rf! the exchequer, will ak War
Secreti'.iy lliililane' to inform , the houae
of the; quiijltj- ,f 'Chicago 'canned meat
siippllel' t "ill '.'troops lir South Africa
(luring the late war and what proportion
of. enteric deaths ought to have been
described ae.due to ptomaine polspnlng.
Another .question , la ' based on the dis
covery In the dining mom of the House of
Commons of a btox marked "Armour's .(St.
.Louis, Chicago and Kansas City) chickens."
Frederick E. Smith unionist, will Inquire
what portion ' the food supplied to the
members of -the house k. committee come
from Chlao. f,,.. t
. t There was an Incidental . mention of
oanned raeata 1 ' the course of-today's
Inquiry Into the south American war stores
' Wisconsin's Best
C:iAH A. BOTTLING
ALL DRUG STORES
- IV a pretty sight Satwrday
tki' rally decked oys aaa gtria
til atoaet sight to eajoy.
-meoataiaa of at beaoa.
,v . BOTB TACATZOV SUITa.
: . - Just the right -weight and
. -:uubl colors for hard
knorktug' about la nobl.y
v kulcaerbocker and outing
at v Ire.
-'a big special in boys' suits,
t 'to-1 veara, worth Ave snd
- aia dollars, for Saturday. 3.S
OSO glOVIE. OID VAJTTS.
Hoomy, mforiable blouse.
aood washable fabrics, all
3 (r 1 to 11 rrs. aoo.
' w . ....
I in f iin
nen ann tan oi-rii,.
. bltutw with sort collars, in
v fiueeian ' or maniiisn stylea, fl.
Odd panta of tan or blue
striped duck.- tsej linen In tan
or blue, &Oe! linen or white
v .k knl-krbocaer, to.
u ', OTr TAOATIOW SATS.
.- Cvwbvs and hough Kidr
1I1I1 1 1 '
155 Uougla nrrvot,
and charming styles ,
Saturday Niht Specials.
Extra Special Beautiful Black and White Crepe de Chine,
Saturday, 19o a Yard.
No Saturday night sale ha ever brought to you such extraordi
nary value as Is this special Crepe de Chine at 19c. Two shades, black
and white, fine, fresh and dainty, with a charming silk luster. Crepe
de Chines, especially In black and white, are the top-notch of fashion.
On sale 7:30 p. nt.
Note Crepe de Chines on sale at Silk Counter.
Men's 50c Suspenders, 25c Each.
All odds and ends of 50 Suspenders, from the best makers; made
with good, strong; webbing, leather trimmings and fast color, will be
placed on sale Saturday evening after 7:30 at 25c a pair, -i
Men's Department, main, floor. .
. Extra Special Dress Shields, 10c a Pair.
A good oppportunlty to lay In a supply of good Shields at a low
price, ' Saturday evening, in basement, aftec T:30 p. in., we will sell u
standard make of Dress Shields, extra goo" quality. In sizes 2, 3, 4,
would be good value at 25c, Saturday evening 10c a pair.
Special Sale of Colored Wash Goods at 5c a Yard.
.A "potpourri" of pretty Wash Goods, all from our regular stock,
on gale Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. In this sale are
15c Ginghams. , r .' ' .' ' '
, ; 18c Tissues. - , ' ' .
16c Silk Monsnejluc'
18c Wash SuUlpgfci ': -
I - . 15c Linens,
All to be sold Saturday evening, in basement, at '5c per yard. If
I. you 'expect to .attend this sale be sure andvbe on time.. Remember,
7 30 n. m. .
A Word 'About Our Shirts.
Much might be written, a few words
only can be said, but they comprise the
gist of the matter. A great and thriving
business has grown up here. The -"secret,"
selling shirts that fit, qualities of
the best and prices as low aa we possibly
can make them. Bee our special showing
at 11.00. See display of furnishings in
corner window. The outing shirts for
vacation wear may be of Interest to you.
Come In and look. We are always glad
to show these aoods.
Main floor, handy from either entrance.
Ladies' Gowns Special Value
at (OC XicLCU.
Gown and skirt special for Saturday
whlch hints at saving.
Fine quality of nainsook
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Evidence was given to the effect
that army . officers sold 20,000 cases
sold 20,000 cases of
canneU meats, including the Armour
brand.i, helmet brands and Mitchell's brand,
to a contractor for 2 cents a pound. The
contractor complained that the meats were
bad and returned the cases. The officer
who fold the canned meats testified- that
he subsequently ordered the "filth, to be
dumped Into the sea" and much of It arter
wards floated ashore and was picked up by
Kaffirs who ate it, with the result that a
number of them died of ptomaine poisoning.
-Diamonds (of own Import), watches and
jewelry at 20 per cent below price at A.
B. Hubermann's, 8, E, Cdr. .IJtlj and Ppug
las. Pays no rent and buys for cash.'
FORECAST. OF THE WEATHER,
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Fair TOday and Tomorrow la ?Ce
braska Bhowrra and Cooler la. '
Writers Portloa Tomorrow.
WABHINOTON. June ' 16 Forecast '.'of
the weather for Saturday and Sunday: ',
For Nebraska Fair Saturday; Sunday
fair In east; showers and cooler in western
For Iowa Fair Saturday and Sunday.
For South. Dnkota Fair Saturday;
wanner In .western portion; Sunday fair in
east; showers and cooler In western por
tion. ". .. . t .i ... ..
For Colorado Partly cloudy Saturday;
showers and cooler ft night or Sunday.
In 10 Cent Bottles
afteraooaa and ersclng-s to
fall poaesaloa of tills, taeic
V aeauoa tog a
for wear la
Hats of - tan' or- wbrte duck,
leather bauds, .
Tan felt- bata tn Vowboy o
telxscope atyles. $8.00.
Mexli-an flshlug hata, 2&c
onx.r TAOATXOST TOOB.
Pretty and aervireable wash
dresses, all ready to put on.
In Russian and Commodore
stylea for sties ! to I veers, at
1.S8, 91.60, tl.ag, ta.4g, aa.ra
Ureases for larger girls, t it
14. In sailor lolUr. Russians
and pretty Russian coat suits,
3.B&, gt-SO, g5 .00 aaa $8.B0.
Paranoia In snlendid array, -all
colors and white, from t&c
In tan or drab, at too, tt.10
. Write for illustrated cajtalog.
in Lawn and Lingerie.
Saturday will certainly
beading, low neck and short sleeves with
pretty, trimming of ribbon,, full -width and
length, good value at $1,00, special sale
price Saturday 7Bo each.
Skirts of cambric with tucked lawn
flounce and prettily trimmed with em
broidery, regular price 12.50; special price
Saturday $2.00 each. Second floor.
Special Sale, of Fancy Hosiery.
Saturday we will place on sale the greatest
values we have ever offered In women')
fancy hosiery. The line of sizes Is broken,
that is some sizes in each pattern are mlss-
ln- Th lot inc,ude blek l8le hose. em-
'broidcted In colors, black lisle with' open
,work instep embrojdered, tan hose em-
' broldeied, silk clocked or open work ln-
step, Champagne hone, silk clocked or em-
brolderrd. They hose have sold for "$1.50,
WARREN GUILTY OF ROBBERY
Another of Qan? That Killed Kels Latuten
Convicted by Joxyi
SECOND TRIAL, BUT FOR LIGHTER OFFENSE
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Three of the Quartet Who Murdered
a Saloon Krrper l,it Winter
Disposed : of by the ' .
District Coort. s
Joe Warren waa declared guilty of rob
bing Nela Lausten by -a jury In 'Judge
Button's court at' 9 o'clock last night.
While, the jury had been out since a 'little
before ( o'clock, only a little more than
half an hour waa used In arriving at a
verdict. Thla closed Warren's second trial
growing out of the .robbery . of Nela
Lausten's saloon at Twenty-first and Cum
ing streets and the murder of Mr". Lausten
because he refused to hold up. his Jiand.
At the first trial Warren was charged with
murder, but after being out all night the
jury returned a verdict of not giillty1on the
morning of Raster Sunday. Warren waa
at once remanded Into the custody of the
sheriff to stand trial on the robbery 'charge
which had been filed against htm. .
Warren had three companions in the rob-
bery of the place. Jay O Hearn. Raymond j
Nelson and Leo Angus. CHearn. who en-
tered the ealoon on the night of January
10 and fired the shot, was convicted and .
condemned to suffer the- death penalty.
Shortly afterward Angus pleaded guilty and
received a lite sentence tn the peniten
tiary. Nelson, who was the principal wit
ness for the state In, the other cases, will,
it la understood, plead guilty and receive
a life sentence. I'nless a new. trial Is
granted the case Is closed aa far as the
district court is concerned, with the ex
ception of the formal sentencing of O'Hearn
Coaasel Fight for Warrea".
A strenuous fight has been made tn save
Waxren In both cases. He contended that
while with the other boys be did not know
that an attempt to hold up the saloon
waa to be made until just before O'Hearn
and Nelson went In. Then, he said, ho
"got cold feet" and ran away.- According
to Nelson's story Warren waa in the deal
to rob the place. Some evidence to corrobo
rate both stories was ' Introduced at the
trial. ' O'Hearn sided with Warren and ln
I slated the latter was not one of the "gang"
and waa Ignorant of the plans of the others
when they went to the saloon. The fact
that Warren waa with the crowd earlier
on the same evening when the others held
up the Erkerman drug store In South
Omaha was considered a strong point
agalnat him. He ran away then, but joined
the others later. In a statement made to
the police he said he thought the others
were going to do "something," tout 'he did
not say what.
Before the trial the defense .argued a
plea In abatement, alleging that Warren
could not be fried for the robber', aa he
had already been placed tn jeopardy once
tn the murder trial. Judge Sutton over
ruled the plea and If a new trial Is denied
the case will probably be taken to the su
preme court on the plea in abatement.
The penalty for robbery la from three to
fifteen yeara In the penitentiary.
Close School with Fete.
NOTRE DAME. Ind., . June ' 15. Hun
dreds of people coming from nearly every
state la the union congregated here today
to witness St. Mary's elaborate . festival
and commencement eaerclses. St. Mary's
haa fifteen young ladles who have com
pleted their work In thengUah voree
and five who have done the work oeceeaary
to get a degree la musla. Those who will
receive degree ' at St. Mary's tomorrow
aia 'as follows: '
Music Misea Mary Warfel, Lancaster.
Fa.; Orace Frawley, Denver. CwM.; Mary
Hyrou. burlltigtun, la.; Marjorte Berteiing.
South Bend, lnd ; Krne Khrardt, tiiluagu.
English Mtsas Mary Benoett, Pittsburg,
Pa.: Ad. lie Ueatley, Ortonvllle, Minn.;
heesle Clin. Orlonrltle, Minn.: Lucille
Liudsay, Charleatou, Uu,; Ceule Buddy, 81.
Waists! J All' our very
ple'ds .yoyf and save
B.J6 and Kc per pair. - All one price Sat
urday 66c per pajr. .
New Arrivals in; Glove Depart
ment., . -.
The much wanted -Kmg gloves are here.
Venetian-tiloleBlackt or white, beauti
ful quality. sm1. Srria,( twelve and six
teen button length, .-and $1.60 per pair.
Black elite glo.ve,r etbow length, plain
glove with-, luce top, very pretty pattern
per pair $3.00,.;..- j. -
Lace silk MJtt,-ln blaok orwhite, twelve
and sixteen butUlu length per pair $1.26, -
La.ce silk mitts,, extra quality of silk,
antique patterns, very desirable, in black
or white, per , pair $3.00. Main floor. ., . ..
Special Sale, Saturday Chemis
ettes, . worth Jrrom i.o
to $3.50, at 98c Each.
A spttlal sale on these fine goods should
Interest every woman In Omaha. Saturday
we will place oil special sale about twelve
dosen fine high grade chemisettes, beau
tiful embroidered, effects to be used with
the surplice waists. Not often do you
find an opportunity S buy this class of
goods at- reduced prlce. Saturday will be
the time to buy. .
CHEMISETTES, WORTH $1.76 TO $3.59,
AT c EACH
Main floor,- . . ' .
Ladies' Knitted Underwearr
The a-ssortmenta and your thattce of find
ing Just what youwant diminish every day,
for we' are selling tteedlly, which means
broken lines In a shori time. Better buy
now. ... .. ...
Ladies' Swss rjbbed 'game lisle' vests,
extra flne quality, 60c ech.
Ladles' Swiss ribbed 'Vega silk vests, low
neck, sleeveless. pUlu tape top, flne quality,
Ladies' gauxe lisle vests, plain lape top,
low neck, pleeveless,' .very thin, and flne,
SSc, S for $1.00. Main floor.' " "
Indian Head Shrunk Muslin
For, White Suits; "'
This "Indian ilead" muslin has become
the most popular material known. In the
wash goods world. Many are the , Imita
tions, but there la only one genuine "Indian
Head'; muslin. The name Is registered. See
that you get true, real "Indian. Head," (t is
Jpjre to give aatisf action In washing and
wear. .. f . . .
.Price 15c per. yard, W-inch wide. In base
Joseph, Mo.: Franfes O'Brien. Caledonia.
Louise Fltaaerald. Pekln, III.: Maria
,, rori vooge, ia.;. Mae V Laugh
lln. Racine VUs ;LthelJberhart. Chicago;
Blanche' Thnk. "Tla.veriport; la.; Mabel
Metfeld. Frankfort." i'.tnd l 'M"ae Nelson,
Hammond. VkJ-: Witfc. Aloonoy, St. .Paul,
mat outtfop'Vi.Tnt of tljV d'aV was
ft fete At III. Vary's college. In which
the crowning of
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YOUNG BRYAN, REACHES HOME
I.eateS'Tarents In Germaalr and Will
Vlalt His Slater
... Poaver. '..i . , ,
From ev Staff Correspondent.
LINCOLN. June- IS. -(Special Teleram.
W, J. .Bryan, Jr., x reached Llncolri -this
morning'havlng Jeft his parents at Bremen.
He will go to Denner tomorrow to visit-Ills
ulster, and- later .w ill enter Culver Military
academy, i v rw -
He reported Mr; and Mrs. Bryan and fam
ily svell and enjoying themselves. -
Mother AMf Eloprrau
SUTHERLAND, Neb., June.-14. Speiel-)
Sutherland parties were principals In one
of the most, peculiar elopement oases mr
to occiir tn, this ..septlon, a few, days ago.
For some time Joh.n Afajks has been paying
court to Miss4Jusle Cockle,, daughter of a
local business marC 'The girl's 'father has
objected pretty strongly, while hrrmother
i seemed to encouraae affairs. A f vn
ingg ,,,, the. couple endeavored to get out
of town but the watchfulness of the parent
prevented. Laterr'accompanled by the girl's
mother, it is said. hv ul. ih.i, ...
to North 'Platte an4 w.ere -quietly married.
This Is considered to be-tbe first time local
residents, have known a. mother to aid,
openly at Jeast, In.', the elopement of her
daughter and a- young suitor. 4
Boy Killed by Raaaway Team.
FREMONT, Neb..-. i June 16. (Special.)
William-. Neeley,- a 12-ysar-old aon of Bert
Neeley of Cotterell township, . waa killed
by a runaway team ' yesterday. He was
plowing corn when the team became fright
ened and ran? The boy waa caughj tn the
plow and dragged fop some distance. A
man working near saw the boy fall and
went to his assistance,. but when he reached
him and stopped the team the boy was
4adV , . , . ,
Madison Crop Look Well.
MADISON. Nfib., Jtuie,lS.-(Ppeclal.)-Crop
conditions In' this Immediate vicinity are
atlll favorable, Rlthough a' rain would be
acceptable. Corn ia doing well In spite of
the cool nights, oats are short and the
early ones are heading, but they are a good
color. Alfalfa euttjng has commenced with
a more than average yield. Reports from
the western part of. the county are not so
sanguine, as It has been nearly two months
since they had a snaking rain there. Cher
ries are ripe and the crop Is a heavy one.
Home strawberries have been on the mar
ket, bat the dry. hot weather shortened
the rrop somewhat.
Lather Leagao to Gather. ,
DES MOINES. June 15. (Special.) A
mammoth meeting of the Luther league
la to be held at Badger, Ia., July 11 and
11 when Uie annual convention will be
held. The chief speaker will be Dr, L.
R. Ludden .of Lincoln. Neb., borne mis
sionary for the general synod of the
Swedish Lutheran church.
A Dinner Pudding of
ii -A DEAR'
THERE'S A REAtOV
Greatest Dam ire Up to tht Present Time
Does te Small Frnit.
GflAIN CAN 'STAND 'IT FOR SOMt TIME
First f the Month t rope of 411 Kind
' 'Were la Hrreptlnnally Hood
lltlon a ad Will Recover
If Raila Camea tons,
(Prom a Staff Correppondent).
DEU MOINE8, June 16. (Special.) Iowa
crops are suffering severely for want of
rain. Every section of the state Is suffer
ing and all kinds of crops. Fruit especially
is In want of moisture and unless It conns
soon great damage will result. The berry
crop has already been made short because
of ihe failure of rain. The last rain in
the state was on June 7, when there was
a trace In some sections and up to threo
Inches In others. Over the greuter part
of the atate, however, the rain at that
time was not heavy. On June 1 the con
dition of moat of the crops of the state
wai nearly perfect. Corn u reported to
be 99 per cent, oats W and other grain
crops nearly ir well advanced.- This ex
cellent condition of the crops Is helping
now In the time of dry weather. If a
rain comes soon the crops will not have
suffered serious results and will be able
tp recover fully. Should rain fall for some
days yet, the damage will be quite severe,
ae the season la a critical one. The berry
and fruit crop la now suffering most.
Fifty-Sixth to Fort Riley.
Adjutant General Thrift today announced
that the Fifty-sixth regiment would go
tb Fort Riley, for the maneuvers with the
regular army. It has been expected for
some time that this regiment would go
and probably one other. - The announce
ment today is that the Fifty-sixth only
Will go. The date fixed by the Department
of War Is September 18, but this date Is
considered too late by General Thrift and
he will endeavor to have It changed to a
much earlier date.
Dee Molars Team Shipped.
. Two of Des . Moines1 . crack fire teams
were shipped to Clinton, . ,1a., last night
for the firemen's tournament. One of the
teams was Jack and Jack, which now holds
the record, and the other team Is Black
and Tan, a team which has a great many
admirers among , the-local fire department
members. The teama.wlU compete TuatA
day, Wednesday, and Thursday for th
state and world's championships.
OMAHA HIGH SCHOOL CLASS
(Continued from First Page.)
sponslbilltles 1p their train. With corrup
tlon In high-. places and these and other
evils of the body politic, he asserted, were
beyond the power of federal courts and
prisons to stamp out. Democratic governments-,
Mr. Harris said, are good 'only so
much at their people are good. Rather
than moaning and the; walls of verbiage
he would have citizens look to their re
sponsibilities ' and powers for correction.
The Beef trust, he said, could be brought
to tha'feet of the people If every6ne ab
stained from meat for two weeks. Both
nationat aynd International problems of
great Importance faced the nation, but he
thought they all could be solved by the
higher atandard of the Individual.
Superintendent Davidson's Address.
Superintendent Davidson, In presenting
the class ' to' the president of the board,
made a brief address, In which he said:
On these 'recurring occasions the school
and the. home are brought, as it were, face
to face. You stand more clonely In touch
on these commencement occanlona than
during all the other daya of the school
year. Here you behold the product of the
energy of a faculty composed of sixty men
and women who have been laboring ardu
ously and lovingly to build these, your
boys and girls, into the best sort of man
hood and womanhood and that which
stands In this community for the best
I would urge you as patrons of the
schools and for the sake of other boys
And girls that are yours and which are
,to come that you bring as much of love
and sympathy slid appreciation Into the
lives of the teachers as you are able to do.
Roll of Graduates.
Following Is the roll of the graduates:
Arvid W. Anderson
Raymond P. Ander
son Selma Anderson
Rollln Oarard An-
Henry O. Fniini;uin
Carroll R. Belden
Paul H. Benson
Harry B. Bllxt
Harold J. Bowman
George W. Hoyden
Klbert B. Burnett
Haael D. Cahi
Kliaabeth M. Carrl
gan Clement R. Chase
Richie V. Clark
Eugene H. Coffeen
Marian A. Cochran
Kr-na N. Compton
Ellen W. Dean
Florence W. Dean
Marie V. Donnelly
JoHeph J. Dorward
Elnlr D. Duval
Ethel O. Eldrl.lge
Arthur F. Felker
Kora E. Fitzgerald
tiara B. Fltimliig
Mary E. Fohs
Ann C. Granbeck
David Grodlnslcy ,
John M. Ournett
Edward M. Hal)
Anna C. Hffmann
Ruth E. Harding
Lloyd H. Hirvt-y
Paul A. Havens
Adele U McHugh
Hasel D. MacMlchael
Inez M. Marks
Clinton M. Maurltzius
Helen A. Meyer
Coralle J1. Meyer
Sam B. Millard
Harriet F. Mould
Eva M. Murphy
Dora I Olsen
Ada E. Patterson
Claude It. Peaks
Anna C. Pedersen
George A. Percival
Margaret 8. Phllllppl
Kenneth D. Phillips
Herliort W. Potter
Florence K. Power
Arthur C. Potter
WilllM-m J. Provasnlk
llllam W. Rapp
Callsta J. Reynolds
Wm. 8. Reznlchek
Florence E. RUldell
Guy A. Robertson
Martha P. Robertson
Bam A. Robertson
Edith M. Rogers
Mniia 8. Roman
Adelaide C. Rood
ElHle A. Roys
Vera V. Ryerson
Edith E. 8anborn
Harvey B. Saunders
Alice A. Bawyer
Otto E. Schellherg
horn F. Alfred Schiller
Conrad H. Schoeksler
Salome 8. Schwertloy
urace r.. nearer
Sarah M. Shearer
Ethel M. Kheets
Karsten L. Heariksen Sam C. Slaughter
Ola Bell Hervev
Mary O. Herbert
Vera lone Homing
Fred W. Hofmann
Olive L. Huntley
Jerome F. Hevn
Walter I Hoffmnn
Elsie E. Johnhon
Ruby R. Johnm.n
Myrtle Irene Kayaer
Guy R. Kendall
Elizabeth M. Kern
Jesitle I Knee
Mary U Kreid.-r
Ida E. Iamniers
Grace I. Ltngdnn
John Latenser, Jr.
Walter H. t.Hubach
Christina Sorenseu -George
Mary 8. Stay
Winifred F. Terry
Harold If. Thorn
Howard F. Thomas
Carl Vom Weg
Fern O. Wallace
Blanche C. Wade
Glenn Wallerstedt '
Ward W. Walsh
John P. Webster
Hasel M. Welrich
Ilavinond I Wlker
Alfred E. Wem-rveit
Kdna M. Wlttiim
Helen Marion Yates
j Abraham Ievlne
I Lynn Lloyd
Walter r. I.nomle
Warren 8. Lovejoy
John L. McCMgue
Bret L. Met 'uqongh
James T. Mcuonaltl
Oarers Who tirt t ertlflralea.
! Certificates were awarded to the follow
ing cadet officers:
Claude peake. captain Company A: Harry
Koch, captain Company B; Arthur Potter,
ratituln oniaiy '; John Mague, cap
tain Cimpeny V, Ware Hall, cataln Coiu-
1 1 IVntw a rirrrs 3
il ?aw-4-i sVv.bae
Take Your Choice ol Any
Made Suit in Our
Worth up to $35.00 at
' : 7 :-: ; r
HP HIS extraordinary announcement t will , set
the town a talking. Why, just think of .'the
opportunity, and can anyone afford to mi$s(it.
Suit$.made of finest materials by expert tailors, in
.11 ,t - a. t . a ..r . . " "'
all the newest and correct
Over Three Hundred to Select From
Fifty-three $22.50 Suits. . ; .
Seventy-six $25.00 Suits..
Sixty-four $27.50 Suits
Forty -two $30.00 Suits.
Thirty-ono $32.50 Suits..
Thirty-eight $35.00 Suits..
I YOUR CHOICE
BEAUTIFUL NEW WAISTS ATrVERY
For Saturday we place on saJe several rjmjdrwf dozer,
dainty new Waists, all fresh and clean. They arrived just
in time for Saturday's selling. k fef H-"
panv E: Sam Millard, captain Company F:
Kerintth Patterson, first lieuienanl and
udiutant: Clement Chase, first lieutenant
and quartermaster; Rollin Andrews. first
lieutenant and commissary ; Guy Kendall,
first lieutenant hospital corps; Carl Vum
Weg. first lieutenant signal corps, I'.rrt
Mi-Cullough, first lieutenant band; Sam
Robertson, first lieutenant Company A;
Herbert Potter, first lieutenant Company
B: Hatold Thorn, first lieutenant Company
C; Harold Bowmon, first lieutcniint loni-
pony D; Walfred WycKman. nrsi un
tenant Company E: Guy Robertson, first
lleutentnt Company F: Fay relker. neconn
lieutenant Company A; Hymen Bugarnisn.
second lieutenant Company B; Harry Hlixt.
second lieutenant Company C;. Morris Bl sli.
second lieutenant lompany u: m"i'
Blom. second lieutenant company n.. i"
Slaughter, second lioutenant touipany r.
Vrc iinirman. third lieutenant Company
A; Ned Hoyt, third lieutenant Company B;
Edwaro Hall, tnira iieuienani umii!
Paul Hommel, third lieutenant company
D: Jowph Dorwnrd. third lieutenant Com
pany K; 1'aui iiavens, niiru irui.....
Company -F; Abe Irvine, second lieutenant
band: Turner aiacAuasier,
Company A; Tor tne year i:-wi,
Hoffman, third lieutenant band.
. , Farmers to Hulld Elevator.
IOWA FALLS. Ia.. June 15-(Speclal -
Another farmers' elevator project is aoot
In this county ffhd a meeting has already
been held with a view to the organization
of a company lo control or own one of the
grain elevators In Alden. The matter of
securing a bonus from either the Chicago
& Northwestern or the Illinois Central was
placed In the. hands of a committee and In
case one of the old elevators cannot be
purchaaed one, msy be built, as the new
company in this city did on securing a
bonus of t2,0"D from the Des Moines Short
Line. Another meeting will be held next
week, when definite action will be taken
and formal organization effected.
DIAMONDS Edhoim. 16th and Harney.
F.dltors for Jamestown.
INDIANA PL18. June ' IB. The National
Editorial association today decided to hold
its next convention at Jamestown, Va.-
,f COAT SHIRTS
nave me quaury, appearance ana
wearina abilities of custom made
ganaeaU. White or color-fast fabrics.
On and of like coat.
f 1.50 and more
CuUETT, PEABODY & CO.
I tug I Umkm of Col lar awl Aitm bt Ow
WW PUT UP IN SPLITS
Sold it AH Scda Fountains
Pints and Quarts for Family Trade
Sold by Ail Drug.ists and Grocers
John G. Woodward & Co.
, lesva y
llll lllll ? I
. ' ffj1 Waih often, wear
l;,,ai V - rial
Do Not Forget
the Greatest Event of the
20th Century,;-. .,;
The Tenth Annual' Picnic
. of the
Omaha Grocers and
Butchers Ass'n. ;
and '..',. 1 ,r""'
Retail Coal Dealers
...'.'-.-:.-. ...-'fi . ,i5e n,.Hv
.v. , . , -., .
via the Northwestern Line
Special trains from :
7:30, 8:00 and 8:30 a, ra,
Thursday,. June 21.
Fare $1.00 Round" -Trip,
Children BOc. v ;
All Grocery and Marketa ! ,
Closed All Day.,.. - ,
Excellent Program rof,v
Races, . Music, Qtimba. and
Refreshments on Grounds
Tickets at your grocers
: or at the depot
Special weather arranged
pi.ical courses. ",i , .
ACADEMY An accredited High Behol.
Prepares for bellevue or any oUjer-college
or university. . ' . '
NORMAL SCUOOL-EJementary.gnd ad.
vanced courses. ' '
CON8KRVA TORT- Theory of mtc, p.
ano. vole, vl.illn, elocution and art.
CONNFfTIONS ISlectrlc iln and Burf
llngton Railway. -' i
Fall remester opens September V -Address
Neb. ' -
This magniftrent hotel hair' K0 beau-
tlful rooms and la locatod at 11th and
McGee streets in the shopping district.
Ciiilv half a block from tne Ktnt-ry,
Itird, Thayer dry goods store; near ail
tne tbeateie. i. . .. .
tm Prlrstt afas.
f depaeaes at AH Resau. gel ao4 CM I aaa Is
Hater la Ivcry iesa. OanceHre CaU. Pcrlng
Caau. CUs IruklMts aed Tsele B JIete Mar
ert tervca la tale. aUta II t gy ess tlaaara.
lareseaa Plaa. i
Reservations may be mad by tala
graph at our expense.
Kl PI'ER UriHO?! HOTKIj CO;
r. A. alBRgOR, Maaaaiav.
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