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A New Outing Suit Will, JVlake You More
650 Women's Skirts
Comfortable on the "4th of July,
We have a new shipment of stylish, comfortable Outing Suits for men. We want you to see these new lines. These
suits will not be sold for what they are worth, but at a decided money saving to you. ' If you ride on the economical wagon
you might look at these.
Outing Suits at
Outing Suits at
Outing Suits at
Blue Serges at
TTTE OMAHA DAILY BEEt SATURDAY, .TTTXE 30, 1306.
Reductions in Boys' Suits-
Si Boys' Suits $2.35
On Sale Tomorrow
Over BOO of our fine high-grade boys"
suits were takPn from our regular
stork and prices have been reduced
to nearly "half-off." and Saturday
will see these fine boys' suits on sale,
all at one low uniform price, for the
finest class of boys' suits that have
been shown this season. Every suit
guaranteed all wool, in-fine cheviots,
cassimeres and blue serges. Styles are
double breasted Jacket or Norfolk, with
plain or Knickerbocker pants strong
and durable linings. All seams rein
forced and double stitched
on sale Saturday suits
worth up to $4.00,
75c Boys' Knee Pants, 80c Boys' all
wool knee pants, 75c Q
values, tomorrow dJj
Men's Fine Furnishings for the "Fourth.
A Few Things Men Will Need
Negligee Shirts $1.00
When a statement Is true. It
In worth reiteration thr
fnre we again my for the fvrn
dollar we hve the hest neall
ge shirt In Omaha today.
The negligee shirt we sell for
$1.00 in our own Nebraska
brand. Anything coming from
thla house having upon It a
Nebraska brand in guaranteed
to be the beat of Ita kind.
These tl.00 shirts are shown
In a wide rasr of colore aa
wall aa plain whit. A. feature
of thee dollar nhlrte la that
aoma have cuffs attached and
others hare enffa detached.
The next price after 91.09 Is
$1.85, and from that np to
3.60. This ran re Is hig
enoarh to meet tns moat exacting-
It Isn't very often, you can
buv pood nla:ht ahlrta for half
a dollar. Night ahlrts which
we offer for 50c are superior to
many .we have Been quoted at
76c. These can be had with or
Fancy porks are in great de
mand theee days, artsTna; from
low-cut ahoes having their
Innings. Our lines are excep
Books both la plain color
and fancy effect both in
cotton and lisle lOo, loo, BOo,
3Sc and 46c
rasoy line socks very light
weight all parts reinforced
B 6c a pair.
I'nlesa you've good-aired
hi pa, you can't iret along with
the belt and going without a
veat you don't want your sus
pondera to show. Costless
fuspcndere are worn under tho
shirt. Uow'a that for a
novelty? Price 45c a pair.
Pyjamas $1.00 fx Suit
We've sold thousand lit this
grade of pyjamas many men
coming to buy them have not
been used to this eort of Bleep
ing garment. They are regular
ll.R0 grade. Made of fln
madras, light grounds, with
neat figures and stripes. Ail
Men's Unioa Suits
From men who wear no other
sort of underclothes we have
It thaf the union suit la the
moat satisfactory undergar
ment made. There Is no shirt
to creep up your bark, no
drawers to slip down simply
a one-piece garment that fit a
snug and possessing greatest
comfort. Long sleeve Union
Suits and half sleeves; ankle
length 8c, $1.25 and (1.40.
MEN'S STRAW HATS-Wear a new straw hat for the "Fourth.
Whatever sort of a straw hat men have in mind, it will be found in our big collection of straw hats. If it is a dollar straw
. hat that kind is here-if a $10 Tanama, that kind is here, we nave some specials nere tomorrow, among mem me iohowiur.
Fine Split Straw Yachts,
very fine Harrow braid,
perfectly bleached, carefully made and hand-
3CA 9 CA Fln Soft M1,an Brald8 the
dU'Z.uU Pasha styles.
Twenty-five styles of nice soft braids in
split straw, at
SPECIAL Genuine imported
braids, In the newest Pasha
styles, worth 5.00,
in. -II I III "f
NEW ELEVATION ALLOWANCE
Union Paoifio Grants 0ns and Quarter Oenta
Hundred to all Oonoerni.
REMOVES THE CRY OF DISCRIMINATION
Company Pnbllshea Rate Affecting;
VU1 Fle4or Klrms that Handle
' The Union Paclflo has made a new move
In the grain elevation conteat, which has
been taken up again by President Stlcknc
of the Great Western. The principal com
plaint against the Union Pacific was one,
of discrimination, ln'tha.lt allowed ele..
. vatlon to but . two concerns, the Omaha
" Elevator-company and the Trans-Mlsslo-.
. slppl company. The contract with Mr.
Peck' and Mr.-CowgUl heretofore liaa been
In the nature of a private contract whlcn
was not published. , This has now been
changed and the Union Pacific has pub
lished a rate, granting an elevation al
lowance of IV ccnta per hundred to all
elevators "handling grain from the Union
Pacific. The circular is : vlunatory.
i To expedite the movt tii . 'and to se
cure the prompt rel'H' . i return of
equipment ,an allowam ci "I 1 4 centa per
hundred pounds will he mailc ly the I'nlon
Pacific, to tho elevators performing the
service, on grain, in car load lota, trans
ferred by tho elevators at South Omaha,
Omaha! Council 'Bluffs and Kansas City,
subject to the following conditions:
1. The grain must originate at points
on the Union Pacific ( not connecting lines)
west of and including Gilmore. Neb., and
Munijle, Kan., and be transported by the
I'nlon Pacific from auch originating points
to Omaha, 8011th Omaha, Council Bluffs,
Kansas City, Kan., or Kansas City, Mo.,
2. The allowance will apply only on
grain which movea to points beyond Coun
cil Bluffs, la.; or Kansas City, Mo.
3. -No allowance will be made when
more ..than forty-eight houra elapse be
tween the time of delivery of the load by
the Union Pacific to the elevator, or con
necting lines and the . release, and return
of the empty car to the Union Pacific. The
S-hour limit will be comouted from tho
time of delivery of the loaded car by the
1 pton Paclttc to elevators located on its
own tracks and the release of such cars
hy those elevators, or from the time of
delivery by the Union Paclllu to the recog
nized online of interchange with connect
ing lines for -elevators on lines other than
the Union Pacific and the return of the
empty ar hy the connecting lines to rcc
osnlscd points of interchange.
4. K.lesator companies, in presentii.g
their claims for the above allowance must
substantiate, by duly certified records f
connecting lines, the re-shlpments of tho
train to points beyond as aimve outnnei:
same to be eubj-
him with grand larceny. The Information
acouses him of' stealing $75 from Bam Rise
man last August.
The county attorney has also dismissed
Informations against Robert Wisdom,
oharged with keeping gambling devices,
and Tom Delaney, charged with stabbing
Jack Wells last February.
SICKNESS DELAYS DIVORCE
erlons . Illness of Wife Interferes
with Her Flea for Legal
Because the plaintiff Is on what may be
her death' bed the hearing of the dlvorcs
suit of Ruth E. Huit against Ivrey Hult,
which wan to -have come up before Judge
Kennedy Friday, has been Indefinitely post
poned. The , trial was started . last week,
but was continued . until Friday because
Mrs. Hull's attorneys could not.be present.
Friday morning Attorney Sullivan of Platts
mouth appeared In court and said his client
was .almost at the point of death and he
would be unable to go on with the hearing.
Doubt was expressed that Mrs. Hultt would
ect to verification hy ihe
Railroad company. .,
to HoUl Them.
Jay 0'Hennv and Harrison Clark, who
were senteyed by Judge Sutton to be
liangtd N ci.iber' 12, have both been re
moved ') lh penitentiary at Lincoln to
.'. the day of their execution or some
ljha? by the supreme court. Sheriff Mc
dTSld did not care to have the responsi
bility of keeping theiu In the county Jail
NOS. (MM and S4H7-A CHARMING SUM
'There Is no season of the year when Dam.
Fashion arrays her devotees so becomingly
aa during the spring and summer. The
daintiest of creations are realised in the
sheer summer fabrics, which no amount of
silks, or .chiffons can surpass. Hers is
drawn a gown of organdie, that most de
llghtful of sheer fabrics. Tiny tucks form
and adorn the waist, while! the sheer lace
yoke and embroidered trimming straps are
anu er.n u,em 10 i.incoin at me 1. p" I very pleasing and becoming. The skirt is
each being a bit fuller
pirtunlty after tliey were sentenced. Both
ef them will appeal to the auprenie court,
and It Is proliahle the day of execution will
be changed by that body In 'order to give
ample tlmo for a hearing of their cases.
Raymond Nelson, who was sentenced. to
l.fe Imprisonment for his part In the Trus
tee murder. Is still Ml the county Jail.
County Attorney Blabaugh has dismissed
an old Information against Nelson charging
ACADEMY An accredited High School.
Prepares for Rellevue or any other col
lege or university.
NORMAL SCHOOL Elementary and ad
CONSERVATORY Theory of music, pi
ano. ice. violin, elocution and art.
CONNKCT10N8-Electrlu Hue and Bur
'all aemester open September It
Address. President Wadswortb, Bellevue,
In three sections, each being a
than the one above and sewed to a band of
Insertion. In this way the broad sweep at
the bottom Is realised, while no bunchy
fullness appears st the waist band and over
tho hips. Any mull, swisa or other sheer
fabric may be used for this gown. For
the medium site 10 yards of M-lnch ma
terial are needed. . v
Two Patterns No. MX (sixes S3 to 42
Inches, hit measure,) and No. 6487 (sixes
29 to 80 inrhes, waist).
The price of these patterns la 10 cents,
but either will b. sent upon receipt of 10
EIGHT HOUSES ARE ENTERED
Homes Within Two Blooki Visited by
Burglan in Two Hours.
PLUNDER IS SMALL IN ALL CASES
Victims Live on Orchard Hill, Where
Tolice Are Scarce . and Where
Such Crimes Are Becoming;
Night prowlers made another raid on
Omaha homes early Friday morning, the
victims being residents of Orchard Hll!.
There were eight burglaries In all, tha
crimes being committed within two blocks
and between tho hours of 2 and 4 a. m.
. In several Instances watch dogs scared
the Intruders away and awakened their
owners, who did not realize what was go
ing on until later In the morning when
they arose. At the home of O. H. WIrth,
3851 Charles street, one of the intruders
had a struggle with the dog, leaving a
clue which may prove valuable In case tho
detectives succeed In making arrests In
the case. The section of town visited by
! the burglars Friday morning has but little
police protection, owing to the lack of
patrolmen on the force.
The total plunder did not run very high.
The thieves evidently were on the sneak-
thief order, as in most of the cases win
dows already partly open were pushed up
and the work done while the occupants of
the homes were asleep. The burglars were
scared away from the home of C. F. Ed
wards, 3816 Charles street, after a wedding
ceremony had been performed at that address.
At the home of. John T. Buchanan, 3820
Charles, the Intruders took 826 In cash, a
revolver and a valuable collection of coins
Mr. Buchanan brought back from Manila.
The strangers took, time at. the Buchanan
home to open the .refrigerator and drink
a bottle of grape Juice, leaving two glasses
on top of the ice box.
One Mnn Loses Forty Dollars.
R. W. Johnson, Charles, chief clerk
at the Millard hotel, lost $40 and some old
coins. Thomas . Croft, mail carrier, 8K23
Charles, had a fine gold watch taken. The
front door at the Croft home had been left
unfastened and the screen door hooked.
It was an easy, matter to cut the screen.
C. L. Cochran, mall carrier, 3842 Charles,
had tfi taken from his trousers, which were
left hanging through a window. The watch
dog at the home of William Henry Brown,
8(44 Hamilton street, aroused the sleepers,
who gave no heed to the matter. Later In
the morning they discovered 83 and some
trinkets had been stolen. The men entered
through a dining room window. Fred Nel
son, 830 Hamilton, heard the Intruders, but
scared them away.
At the home or Mr. Wlrth, 3851 Charles
street, the burglars propped a kltclirn
screen up with a stick snd got Into the
kitchen, where the house dog intervened.
Members of the. family upstairs heard the
dog barking, but did not think there was
any occasion to go downstairs. The morn
ing light disclosed evidences of a conflict
between man and dog both In the kitchen
and outside. The police have a section of
one of the bnrglar's trousers taken by the
Wlrth dog for a memento. Nothing was
stolen st the Wlrth place.
Several other cltixena reported being
awakened between i and 3:80 Friday morn
ing by their dogs.
Detectlvea are working on the case in the
A few weeks ago half a dosen homes were
entered In the vicinity of Forty-first snd
Nicholas streets In a similar manner.
The home of Mrs. Burtch, Ka Franklin
street, was entered Thursday afternoon by
sneakthleves who stole a gold locket, cross
and chain. The articles were valued highly
as old tieepsakes, being mors thsn 100 years
Marshal Warner wishes this explanation
made from the fact that some pot hunter
may yet hook that whole covey of fish and
start a nsn story that will need some ex
For the accommodation of The Bee read
ers these patterns, which usually retail at
from X to 60 cents, will be furnished at a
nominal price (10 cents), which covers all
expenses. In order to get a pattern enclose
IS cents, giving number and name of pat
tern wanted and bust measure. As the pat
terns axe mailed direct from the publishers
The Great Uric Acid Solvent
Ask your dealer or drop a lin to
SIIOGO LITHIA SPRING CO.,
A Delightful Table Watr Milford,Neb.
AGED FATHER WANTS CHILD
Old Man Searches Ten Years for Little
One and How May Not
1 ne attempt of Harry Bllxxard, an aged
civil war veteran, to secure possession of
his 14-year-old daughter Ivy. Is likely to
be forestalled by the officers of the Juvenile
Bllxxard, after a year's search, found his
daughter by sccldent one day in a dwelling
near Thirtieth and Decatur streets, occu
pled by a family with whom she was placed
by her mother. The father had gone to
the vicinity- to see a Salvation Army man
named Miller, but entered the wrong prem
Ises through error. He saw his daughter
and Immediately claimed her, but the fam
ily declined to surrender her.
Bllxxard thereupon laid the case before
Humane Offloer Ellison, who has made a
partial Investigation with Probation Of
ficer Bernstein. It was learned that the
head of the family which had the girl hud
served time In the penitentiary for butg.
mriy ana about eight months sgo the
Juvenile court had made an effort to re
move her from its custody, but had failed
because the family lived in East Omaha
Bllxxard filed application for the child In
tho Juvenile court, but the probation of
ncers intend to resist the claim on the
ground that the old man's habits are bad
ana mi ne would not De a proper cus
todian. The girl has told stories not com
plimentary to the father.
The latter was married twice and four
adult daughters by his first wife are mar
ried and living In Denver. There were
three children by the second wife of which
Ivy Is the oldest. Two years or more ago
the second Mrs. Bllxxard suddenly left htr
huBfcsnd. taking the children with her. and
went to l-njunta, Colo. A year ago the
died, leaving the two younger children In
charge of a aister. The father then dis
covered that Ivy had not accompanied his
wire and since then he has hunted for her.
One of the married daughters, Mrs. Hittle
Stewart, has offered to send transportation
for the two If they will come to Denver,
Bllxxard lives st 218, North Sixteenth
street, a rooming house.
IIW HOMES IN TUB WEST.
snosaone Reservation to Be Opened
CHICAGO A NORTHWESTERN R't
Announces Round-Trip Excursion Rates
from All Points July 13 to A,
Less than one fare for the round trig
to Bhoshoni, Wyo., the reservation border
The only all-rail route to the reservation
Dates of registration July IS to 11 at
Bhoshoni and Lander. Reacned only by
Write for pamphlets telling how to take
up one of these attractive homesteads.
Information, maps and pamphlets free on
request at City Offloe, 1401-1 Farnam St,
or aoaress b. r. saiuer, A. U. r. a T,
1201 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
JUST TO HEAD OFF FISH STORY
Marshal Warner Makes Correction In
y Report, Anticipating Whnt
"In order to set" history straight." said
United States Marshal Warner Friday
morning, "I desire to correct a stAtement
made In The Bee Thursday evening re
garding the loss of our string of fish up at
Dakota City. The fish were lost, as stated
in The Bee. But I must deny the soft Im
peachment that the fish slipped off the
stringer through the hold at the lower end
giving way. The facts of the oase axe
that the holder held all right, but the
wltole bunch of fish, and they were- beau
ties lei, stringer and all wtnt ever hoard."
Strlklngr Indlnn ivomenclntnre.
"Muskoka," 'Clear Bky Land," "Mag.
netewan," "Smooth Flowing Water," "Ka'
wartha," "Bright Water and Happy
Lands," "Temagaml," "Deep Water" are
Indian worda that fittingly describe some
of the most delightful spots for a sum
mer's outing on the American continent.
All reached by Grand Trunk Railway Sys
tem. Double track from Chicago to Mon
treal and Niagara Falls.
ivK-ripi.ive literature, time tables, etc..
will be mailed free on application to Geo.
W. Vaux. A. O. P. T. A.. 136 Adams St..
WOMEN'S SKIRTS LESS THAN HALF PRICE
When you can buy PERFECT MERCHANDISE at less than "Half off" is considered
extraordinary value giving. We purchased 650 new, stylish skirts from a New York manu
facturer who was anxious to clear his stock and get ready for fall business. Less than half
price is what we paid for a stylish and as handsome a lot of skirts'that ever came to Omaha.
These skirts are made of white mohairs, Sicilians, panama and voiles, made up in the newest
spring models. They go ON SALE SATURDAY for less than the materials would cost you.
For Skirts worth $7.50
For Skirts worth $10.00
For Skirts worth $12.75 ,
Two Specials in Our Waist Dept. Saturday
Women's $1.50 Waists. Saturday. 95c
125 dozen "Women's Waists, made of fine white sheer lawn, handsomely trimmed fli
with lace and embroidery, long or short sleeves the kind, that sells at $1.50. 1 y
Women's $2.50 Waists. Saturday, $1.45
75 dozen Women's High Grade
beautifully embroidered and
at $2.50. Special Saturday.
B kPa. W VTia3f UUIHIUUJI kJ 1 .-BIS
ie Waists, in fine white lawns also colored, tftl J
i lace trimmed, they were considered cheap
STEALS ICE FOR SICK WOMAN
Colored Man, Ignorant ol Precious
Valor, Takes Caks of Cool
When taken to police headquarters and
placed on the carpet before Captain Mostyn,
George J. Freston. colored, declared he did
not know It was such a crime to steal a
cake of Ice from a wagon.
With an only sister tossing on a bed of
fever at the humble Preston home on East
Burt street, Preston scted on the Impulse
of the moment and stole a piece of Ice from
a wagon driven by Albert K.. Schtll at
Twelfth and Davenport streets. In Pres
ton's mind a cake of Ice did not amount to
much; he had not been much of a reader
of the newspapers., else he might have
known that to steal a cake of Ice these days
constitutes a felony of the worst kind. The
man was thinking more of his suffering sis
ter. As It would have been a hard matter
for the police to have kept the cake of Ice
as evidence against Preston, the man was
questioned by the captain Immediately
when he was taken Into the station -by a
The driver of the ice wagon agreed. In
view of Preston's sick sister, to pay for the
oake of Ice himself. If it took his whole
week's pay. Preston was given a severe
warning about taking Ice. The man was
released on his own recognisance. It Is not
thought there .will be any ' prosecution
RAINS . HELPBUGGY TRADE
Plenty of Mstiatare Insnres Crops and
Farmers ' Loosen Their .
' The recent rains In Nebraska, which have
assured the crops to all farmers In the
state, have had an immediate effect on one
line of business" In this city. The farmers
were beginning to tighten up on their money
as the prospects of rain held off and were
spending little. The beet time of the year
for the sale of buggies to farmers Is Just
before the Fourth of July. The farmers
by that time have their crops all In and
they know about what the results are to be.
When the recent rain came and Insured the
crops the orders were flooded Into Omaha
fur delivery so the farmers could have a
new buggy for the Fourth.
WATCHES-Frenser. lata and Dodge st
On July sna Z7. to Chautauqua Lake.
N. T., and return at 114. good 10 days: snd
dally June 1 until September 90. at P0, via
ERIE RAILROAD from Chicago; stop
overs also permitted on all tickets to New
York, Boston, Niagara rails, etc Apply to
your local ticket agent or J. A. Dolan, T.
P. A-. ttt Railway Exchange. Chicago, la
Tries to Cat Revolver.
The police hsve a warrant for John Mc
Donald, the expressman who has had sev
eral encounters with Omaha policemen and
ikj was s7m io a nnepiiai aner trying
to eat one patrolman's revolver. McDonald
is now ensrsea witn sseauit snd battery on
nis wire, lie oas Deen In the police court
on several occasiona for the same often.
McDonald seems t9 have l(t the city, after
giving ois wue a lareoeu thrashing.
DlAJdOM-tMUolm, UiD sad tUroor,
. Diarrhoea Remedy that loo All
There are few people In the United States
who hsve not used or st least heard of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. Sometimes It Is kept In
the house for a long time without being
needed, when suddenly some member of
the house Is stricken with diarrhoea In Its
worst form. The bottle Is found to be In
tact and a dose or two cures the sufferer.
This medicine keeps Its strength for years.
Much suffering and many doctors' bills are
saved by keeping It always at hand.
Hints for Planning Yonr Vacation
A little note will bring to you our book
let on Summer Vacations where to go, how
to get there and what it will cost. It eon-
tains over eighty different tours, corabln
Ing rail snd water routes. No vacation
plans should be completed without Tonsult-.
Ing this guide. For a copy address C. Cj
Merrill, Traveling Passenger Agent,, M
and Walnut Bts., Kansas City, Mo. 'W l-
Lynch, Pass. Traffic Manager, Chlca
Tfco Day Wo Colekratto
Usual holiday excursion tick" will bs
en sale via Missouri Pact no Ry. Ticket of
fices B. E. Comer ttUt
PACIFIC COAST AND RETURN
DESTINATIONS San FranclBco and Log Angeleg.
' VIA SHASTA ROUTE Including Portland and tho delight-,
ful Puget Sound Country S64.50. .
DATES OF SALE Until July 7; return limit, September 16.
ROUTES The usual direct routes. For Instance, to Cali
fornia via Denver, scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City; to or from
Portland and Puget Sound. via the Burlington-Northern Paclflo
Joint through northwest line. No tour of the Pacific Coast la
complete that does not include the Puget Sound Country.
TRAIN SERVICE Standard and Tourist through sleepers
to San Francisco via Denver, with daylight ride through scenic
Colorado and Salt Lake City. Personally conducted through
Tourist sleeper excursions Thursdays and Fridays to Los Angles
via Oakland and the Coast Line; also Tuesdays and Saturdays
via the Salt Lake Line.
Ask for folders descriptive of Pacific Coast Tour and Call
fornia Excursions. Outline your proposed ,trip and let me
advise you the best and cheapest way to make It including avail
able aide trips and attractions enroute. ; . . d.'
J. B. Reynolds, G. P. A., 1502 Hmn Street,
VX 1 !
Spend your vacation in ivji
UilZJSO to St Paul or Minneapolis and back via
Cst a sosy of the "Culde to Guide Booii-"'.
H. H. CHURCHILL. Ctnsiel Agent,
Iff J tarmam Strut,