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THE OMAIIA DAILY BKE: SATURDAY, JULY 21, 190G.
Telephone Douglas 618.
Bee, July SO, ltOS.
ONDIT10NS ON CANAL ZONE
BRUTAL MURDER IN CHICAGO
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Admiral EodiooU Betoni from Trip to
FlaM Kicked lata tho
Fanamt with Commission.
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This" vVill be a great event in the history of our white goods department Never before
have youT Had the opportunity to purchase such beautiful fabrics at such a low price.
'Tolilo allk ed -slik mouaeellnes sre ths
Ideal material- fh party or evening gowns,
whim UT )fi:tfrf -season. Don't mlM
tfcl1 eajfaordiVjiry Vrtl,rturilty of securing
a n free pfuti;'.Ti price should be a
'nutr' brlees nl thei
rle;le per r.0'4"
these dainty white fab-
BAsURPa ALoHa AS THEY LAST,
J RibboiV .Sale Saturday.
If. you art- going1 i need rlbbtfns for any
pjirpose wtaxeoer Saturday will be the
oar to huythertV 111 silk taffeta ribbon In
stripes, rerSiass arid floral designs, tour to
five; Inrlies 'wide. Suitable for belte, girdles
a'n'lif hair ribbons,'' Kogular prices, 36c and
'e ipt-r yard.1- '
SATURDAY 15C PER YARD.
Women's Cotton Vests.
SATURDAY IOC KACIt, THREE TOR SC.
You should "lay" in a supply at' this low
price.; Women s' fine ribbed cotton vests,
luw neck and sleeveless. Regular price lie,
and good value at lliuU .
SATURDAYS I'RICE MC BACH. THREE.
... FOR C.
. Main floor.
Special Sale of Silk Hosiery.
'We have a small line of women's pure
thread silk hose, three pairs blacK lace,
three pairs black, embroidered In "colers,
Hnd a few pairs of plain colored silk' hose;
colors red, green, brown and tan, that have
gold for $2 In, 12 76. gi.M and $6 per pair.
SATURDAY'S SPECIAL PRICE, 11. W PER
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t Special sale of women's colored lisle hose.I
brown, tan and champagne, lace, embroi
dered or checked. 60c, Mo and 11.26 quali
ties, at 8&e' pef 'palr,-or three pairs for 1.
Main floor. '
. With the summer season not more than
half over these prices should be of special
significance. A few more 'Swiss embroidery
edgings, from four to twelve Inches wide,
that range In price from 88o to fl.tt a yard.
'on pale at one-half pric saturj
, See our remnant basket of . embroidery, i :
Odds and ends. Main floor.
' BASEMENT EMBROIDERY SALE.
At our basement embroidery and laee de- '
partmenf we will place on sale on, small
- lot of Bwlas embroidery edging from four
tT nine Inches wide that are good vslue at
$so a yard.; . '
SATURDAY YOtTR CHOICE AT 13 A
" ' 5 YARD.""
i. Our veiling department -Is very replete
wiin new inn vp-iiH eiyiee in mi ulnae
df volllnaf FtVIn arfd fancy TelUruj. mallne.
aewtngr sin veiling? chiffon and barege or
wool Telling, auio veua, laos-bordarea Veua,
bridal Illusion, and. In fact, everything
that Mats oX valla. Main floor.
INSULAR SAVINGS BANKS
Philippfhe Government Establishes Postal
Bjitem for ths Entire Archipeleco. .
START IS MADE IN THE LARGER CITIES
Taaey, Dcaaetta ky Peeple WU1 Re
. lsTt(U Is Approved Seearl. .
ttes Interest Will Be
. Paid Deaoalters.
WA8jllkaTQN.' July ' -The Philippine
commission has established In the Islands
postal savings bank, system In the bureau
of poets., under the direction of the bureau
of commerce And labor.. Its act of May 14,
1M, Wf.lch was received In the bureau of
Insular .flairs of theWar department here,
directs the Immediate, creation of postal
savings ybaplis at,' the cities of Manila,
Itotlo, 'Cebu, ' and the rapid extension ' of
the aystep) to 'the other cltiea and towns
ana TH.Ise-ee, . . ..
trie three classes. of bsnks authorised,
. the ftret rnsy . receive deposits In eny
a an mint, but sums' In excess of 1.000 pecoe
or KM shall not ' bear Interest. Various
Saturday to Es a Day of
Saturday's sptcfal cvents'will interest early and late
buyers. You are invited to get an early selection.
Open Till 10 Saturday.
Boys' tl arid It. SO Blouses. . .TSe
Boys' $3 an J fults tt.Ss)
Uuys' !0 and $7.i 8ult..4TS
Boys' Wash t-uiis. Sl.ci and.aljy
Hats anu i'ai. jJc mil .
Chtldrena 07 Pique Haia. with
corded brim ' and toullon on
Olrls' Continental Straw Hat ,
ri.iO. II aud 1 qualities, now
'7o and o
M of Saon Ox07 te a Ouatosaeri
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Commences the nreat clearlna sale of
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The following specials go on title
Mussed and Soiled Hand Embroidered Doilies and Centre
'. Pieces Half Price. v.
'These dainty pieces will be on sale at Linen Department Saturday
evening at 7:30:
All 60c mussed and soiled hand embroidered doilies 26c each. .
All 75c mussed and soiled hand embroidered doilies 37 Ho eachJ
- All $1.00 mussed and soiled hand embroidered dollies 6l)c each.
All $1.25 mussed and soiled hand embroidered centre pieces 62Vo
each.. . - -
. All $1.50 mussed and soiled hand embroidered centre pieces 76c
All $1.75 mussed and soiled hand embroidered tray pieces 87 Via
All $2.00 mussed and soiled hand embroidered centre pieces $1.00
All $2.60 mussed and soiled hand embroidered centre pieces $1.26
Mussed and Soiled Renaissance Pieces on Sale Saturday
Evening at 7:30
All $2.50 mussed and soiled Renaissance pieces $1.26 each.
All $1.50 mussed and soiled Renaissance pieces 76c each.
All 76c mussed and soiled Renaissance pieces 37 o each..
All 10c mussed and soiled Tenerlffe doilies 6c each.
All 35c mussed and soiled drawn work doilies 17 Vic each. '
All 40c mussed and soiled drawn work dollies 20c each.
Danderine Hair Tonic. Low Priced for Saturday Evening
Danderlne scalp tonic keeps the scalp fresh, clean and wholesome,
Invigorates and increases the growth of hair. Beginning at 7:30 Sat
Special Price 16c a, Hot tie. Main Floor.
Men's $1.00 and $1.50 Shirts 69c Each
Sale begins at 7:30 Saturday evening. An odd lot of high grade
Madras skirts, mostly all sizes, regular, price $1.00 and $1.50 each.
Saturday Evening 60c each. i
Men's 75c Shirts at 35c Each.
Just a few odd skirts, in dark colors, mostly large sizes. Saturday
evening to close out the lot.
Choice 85c each.
Special in Economy Basement
Sale begins Saturday evening.
Women's black cotton hose, embroidered In colors, 10c per pair or
three pairs for 2 5c.
Children's fine ribbed cotton hose double knees, heels and toes, reg
ular 26c quality, all sizes except 8V4 and 9. 16c per pair.
Saturday Evening at 7:30 Great Special Remnant Sale of
Fine Wash Goods
Another one of those rare opportunities to buy choice wash mater
ials at a small fraction of their former prices.
"Remnants from one to twelve yards of ginghams, organdies, tissues,
mercerized fabrics, madras, zephyrs, in fact some of every kind of wash
goods that have accumulated the last week. . Goods worth up to 60o
per yard go on sale Saturday evening at 5c per yard.
Special Lace Curtain Sale, Saturday Evening at 7:30
.To .close out a few remaining odd lots we make the following
reduced prices: . .
Our regular $7.00 Battenburg Curtain at $2.43.
Our regular'$4.50 Cable Net Curtain at $1.73. : -'We
will also have on sate onr regular $7.00 Point De Esprit Cur
tain at $5.00 per pair. -
Regular $6.00 Cluny Lace Curtain In Ecru at $4.29 per pair. -
Regular $4.60 Nottingham Lace Curtain, two toned, at $2.23 per
pair. ' 5 ' ' ,. '
Regular $$. 60, Nottingham Lace Ourtain. two toned, at $1.73 per
Regular .$2.50 Nottingham Lace Curtain, two toned, at $1.23 per
n i r Kn T 1 . m . VQ
At we have but -.limited supply
advise you to be on hand when they
We close evenings at 5 o'clock, except Saturday at 9:30.
limitations are Imposed upon the sums and
amounts of deposits and withdrawals in
the second and third classes -of banks. In
the third class deposits' are to be made
entirely through the nullum of postal
savings bank stamps, Issued in denomina
tions of I, 10 and ao-centavos, (one-half a
cent), so aa to extend - the privileges of
the system to' the least pecunloua com
munities. ' ,
Uncancelled postage stamps may be re
deemed at their face value in postal
stamps. The commission has made sev
eral exceptions In favor of charitable and
benevolent Institutions. Deposits in the
savings bsnks will not be subject to taxa
tion, by the Insular government. They-will
be Invested through the Insular treasurer
In securities determined by a special board.
Until practical experience shall demon
strate that a higher rate can be maintained
the rate of Interest on deposlta will be tt
per cent. ' '
, Lad roars Barreadev. v
The buresu Of insular affaire has received
the following cablegram from the governor
of the Philippine:
Msraiio Sakav and Francisco Carreon,
self -styled president and vice president of
the Filipino .republic-, Leon VilUafuerte,
lieutenant general, belni lsdrones hereto
fore, investing Rtsal and Laguna, Generate
Julian Montalon. LurU Devega and Benito
Natlvldad and their important subordinates
have surrendered; now In custody at Ma-
Jare Bargain Giving
aliases' I-ow 8hoes. ail styles,
sixes 11S to 2. oar 1 1.25. li st
aud Li specials, at l-0
CfcUdrea's v White S rases a, French
and ttussian styles, values to 11,
ChUdrea's Waits Serge aad Mokais
Keefers ul White sii
Bask meefsre. for sges to '
tears, reduced from ! and 14 to
3.0 and .;
Sack Coats, In all white or with de
tachable collar of red or blue, far .'
lirr.r airls. I to It years. r
duced from ii to
LA 3 STBEET.
all our Toklo Silks and Silk
Saturday evening at 7iJ0:
of these curtains and bed sets we
go on sale. Remember, 7:30.
have been made, except fair trial.
Ureatest credit due ilarry u
for his prudence and skill In
the very difficult matter. He utilized Dom
Inator Gomes, but no promises as to his
litigation have been authorised or made.
In Cebu, Governor Osmena, by the great,
est effort and self -sacrifice, has secured
the surrender of all remaining outlaw
leaders and all guns.
Expect complete pence now throughout
lAison, except as to Ftllpe Salvador and his
fanatical followers. Prospects of getting
him are encouarglng. - 1
HIBERNIANS WORK ALL NIGHT
Natloaal Coarestlea Holds Contlu
aoaa Session to Flalsh Year'a
BARATOOA, N. Y., July 20. The national
convention of the Ancient Order of Hi
bernians tonight elected Matthew Cum
mlngs of Boston as president. Mr. Cum
mlngs beat James E. Dolan of Syracuse,
who sought re-election, by Ave votes. The
remainder of the ticket was not announced,
the convention remaining In session. The
national convention of .the Ladies' Auxil
iary to the Ancient Order of Hibernians
elected Miss Amca. Mat la of Bcranton, Pa,
It Is not Improbable that the national con
vention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians
may hold a continuous all night session In
order to elect officers and dispose of the
remainder of business. The national presi
dent was today empowered to prepare a
national plan of Insurance for submission
to the next annual convention.
The report of the Ladles' Auxiliary con
tained a complete plan for the conduct of
the auxiliary under Its own national offi
cers. The supreme authority, however. Is
still vested In the national president The
auditing committee's report was favorably
considered. The report of the committee
oa Irish names recommended that the va
rious states and counties appoint commit
tees to take up the matter locally and
recommended that efforts be made to fur
ther the use of names of Irish saints, mar
tyrs and patriots. The report of the ritual
committee endorsed the recoroemndutioa of
the advisory board that a new ritual be
provided. The report of the committee on
Irish history recommended that the sup
port of the Hibernians be withdrawn from
those publications that caricature and
vilify the Irish race.
Addresses were made by Rev. Father
Qulnn of Sibley, la., and Rev. Thomas
Harty of County , Kerry. Ireland. p be
half of the O'Connall Memorial church In
Ahordoea la Bar Hit.
ABERDEEN, S. V.. July . tSpeciaJ Tel
egram.) A big fire ts rasing: Id this city
and threatens to wipe out one socUon of
the wast aide. It started to tho warehouse
of the E. F. , Coleman Implement oorupajny
snd spread raptdly to adjoining tulldmgs
snd hooses. Delay of the fire departrnant
Is responsible for tho rapid spread ttt the
names. When it did arrtvo It was power
less to oopo with the firs. Three horses
were burned to death la ths first few mla.
Moussclincs at half orlce.
Saturday in tho Men's Dept.
Right In the midst of vacation time
come these economical opportunities.
Fancy vests and underwear are offered at
reduced prices for Saturday.
FANCY VESTS LOW PRICED.
Vests are a prime factor in men's dress.
In this, as welt as in all lines, we provide
only those that have proved to be the
satisfactory 'forts. Saturday every vest
In the house at reduced prices. Road
them, then come early Saturday morning
and buy one or two, you will need them
later on. " -
$1.26 and I1.S0 vests reduced to O 00 each.
12.00, $2.3 and I2.&0 Vesta reduced to
t2.7 and HOO vests reduced to LTt each.
M 26 vests reduced to 00 each.
AN UNDERWEAR OPPORTUNITY FOR
Right whea most needed we have taken
three of our. regular lines of underwear
and marked them at low price for Satur
day. No. 1 porosknlt," the new weave, that
lets your body breathe. - Shirts and drawers
extra well made, regular prioe 60c. Satur
day 5o a garment, or three for $1.00.
No. 2 "Crepe Knit," another weave,
white In color, with crinkled effect, all
sises In shirts and drawers, regular price
toe, Saturday J5c a garment, or three for
No. -"Egyptiaa Lisle Ribbed," ecru
color; every one knows what this garment
la and will quickly recognise it as one
of our best toe numbers. Saturday Ko a
garment, or three for $1.00..
See window display on Howard street.
Men's department, main floor, south aisle.
Ladies' Dainty Waists, One
There are pretty Lawns, dainty China
Silks, Black Taffetas, Lace Waists, Net
Waists, the production of the finest manu
facturers, all at one-half the regular
prices. Women can at all times buy bet
ter waists for less money at Our store
than In any place In Omaha, as we sell
nothing but the best. .
$10.00 Waists (or 95.00. .
8.00 Waists for S2.60.
$l.SO Waists for TBo.
Petticoats all at reduced prices.
Coats all one-half price.
Tailor-made Suits all at half price.
Special bargain in separate skirts.
Brown and white check, all wool, at
$2.69, worth $7.25.
The first of the new Fall Skirts 'are be
ginning to arrive.
Women's Gown Special.
There will be a. rapid selling at this
price, as this is one of our best styles.
Made of fine quality of Jong cloth, square
neck and short sleeves, with all-over
yoke. Regular priced $2.85. f
Saturday's 'Special rioe, $1.35 ewoh.
. Orie other atyWofgown with lace edg
Ing and embroidery .Insertion in yoke, and
short sleeves. Regular price, $2.16.
..Saturday's Special Frloe, SLaS seek.
utes and feed barns In the vicinity are In
ruins. The. entire city Is out fighting the
flames In the effort to prevent their spread
to adjoining blocks. The loss at 11 o'clock
tonight Is estimated at 150,00.
Present indications point to the most dis
astrous fire In this section of the country.
Batte Klac Mills.
BUTTB, Mont., July 20.-The mills of the
Montana Zlno company, a New York cor
poration, were totally destroyed early to
day by fire that started from a defective
electric wire. The plant was In the old
silver mill of the Alice Mining company
the oldost mill of the kind standing In ths
state. The total loss Is $196,000, with In
surance of 180,000. C. B. Wlaner of New
York is president of the sine company. The
Ore could not be fought, owing to lack of
Marder Case to Jary.
FULTON, Mo., Jsly 10. The case of
Edmund Bailey, a coal miner on trial for
the past three days on the charge of
having murdered Jay Lawder, his em
ployer, went to the jury late last nltnt.
The trial of Mra. Alva Bailey, his wife,
chargeM with having been an accessory to
the killing of Lawder, began In the cir
cuit court today. Bailey shot Lewder
and gave as his reason that Lawder had
been intimate with Mra. Bailey. This In
timacy was fully proved In the testimony
ef the case.
Will Hot Offset tho 111 Effects of Cofleo
Wham oaa Caaaot Digest It.
A farmer says: - '
"It was not from liquor or tobaooo that
for ten years or more I suffered from
dyspepsia and stomach ' trouble, they
ere caused by the use of coffee until 1
got so bad I hud to give up coffee entirely
and almost give up eating.. There were
tlmea when 1 could eat only boiled milk
and bread and when I went to the field to
work I had to take some bread and
butter along to. give me strength.
"I doctored with doctors and took al
most everything I could get for my
stomach In the way of medicine, but If 1
got any better in only lasted a little while
until 1 was almost a walking skeleton.
"On day X read an ad for Poatum and
told my wife I would try It, snd as to ths
following facta I will make affidavit before
"I quit coffee entirely and used Post u in
In Its place. I have regained my health
entirely and can eat anything that is
cooked to eat. I have Increased in
weight until now I weigh more than I
ever did; I have not taken any medicine
for my stomach sines I began using
Postum. Why, 1 believe Posium will
almost digest an Von wedge.
"My family would slick to coffee at first
but they saw the effects it had on rae and
when they were feeling bad they beaa to
use Poatum. one at a time, until now we
aU use Postum." Name given by Postura
Co.. Battle Creek. Mich.
Ten days' .trial of, Postum in place of
coffee troves . the , truth, an easy and
pleasaat way. "There's a reason."
Look In pkga. fur a oopy of the famous
little book. "The Rosa to WeUvlUs."
SH0NTS STAYS TO MAKE INVESTIGATION
Chief ef Bereaa ef Yards d
Deks Pays Hlah Trlfcele
tm Werk ef Celoael
WASHINGTON, July M. -Admiral Endl-
rott, a member of the Isthmian Canal com
mission, has resumed his duties as chief
of the bureau of yards and docks. Navy
department, after a trip to Panama, where
he attended a meeting of the canal com
mission. Admiral Endlcott says that the
work Is progressing well, though at present
preparatory work Is largely being done.
He spoke In high terms of Colonel Oorgas,
aylng that the work this officer has ac
complished In the way of sanitation Is
wonderful, not only on account of the great
Ifflcultles which he encountered, but espe
cially because of the effectiveness of the
work. He says there have been only a
few eases of yellow fever there during the
last year and none since last November.
Chairman Shonts expects to remain on
the Isthmus for about a month, making a
thorough Inspection of every branch of
the work, and will examine all the officers
under the commission on the Isthmus, mak
ing himself familiar with all features of
the business. Secretary Bishop will re
main with the chairman ef the commission.
Admiral Endlcott says that Governor Ma-
goon has an office In the city of Panama
within a few blocks of the president of
the republic, and that Uiere seems to be
the most friendly relations existing be
tween the American representatives and
the people of the isthmus. Speaking of
the conditions on the isthmus Admiral En
dlcott says the laborers who were III came
mostly from Martinique. All these island
borers need a great del of attention.
They do not take good care of themselves.
This Is the period of heavy rains and the
men are frequently wet and do not change
their clothes. Under these conditions they
are subject to Illness. The general health
conditions the admiral considers very sat
EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE SLIGHT
Haadred Slight Tremors Felt at
Soeorro, New Mexico. Slaeo ,
SOCORRO. N. M., July .-The Asso
ciated Press correspondent who reached
this city this morning from El Paso, is
the first correspondent here since the earth
quake. The cltlxens estimate the earth
Quake loss In Socorro st $30,000 at the out
side. Since July 2 there has been over 100
slight tremors. The two most severe shocks
were on July 1J snd on Monday last. The
damage consists of cracked walls, mostly
In adobe houses. ' About 100 houses are thus
sffected. The Knights of Pythias hall snd
ine couri nouse are aamaged. one school
house had the plastering shaken down and
lost Its chimneys. Chimneys sre also down
on many residences. The women are fright
ened and sleep In tents. The damage to
the court house and the residence of Joseph
trice, both reported destroyed, amounts to
only a few hundied dollars. Several slight
quakes were felt yesterday. The Colorado
Telephone company's building, reported In
jured. Is not damaged at all.
v DEATH RECORD.
RED CLOUD. Neb., July JO. (Special.)
After two years of feeble health, Joseph
n a .k.. -.1 ...... . . . . J
fi oi jr.r., one ok ine esny
pioneers of Webster county, departed
this Ufa Wednesday night. Having corns
to Nebraska and this location In 1871. he
homesteaded the farm north of this city
on which be lived for many years. He was
an old soldier and served with distinction
through the rebellion. On returning home.
and to thla county, he became prominent
In politics. He removed to Nuckolls county,
where he was elected county clerk of that
county, and was a member of the consti
tutional convention of Nebraska and servea
with distinction throughout the proceed
Ings of that Important body.
Mra. Martha W. Stmeral.
Mrs. Martha W. Blmeral died at her
home Wednesday evening at :16 In her
8Jd year. She had lived In Omaha thirty
six years. She was born In Stuebenville,
O., Where she was married In 1863 to James
M. Slmeral, who died four years ago. All
her living relatives, consisting of heir two
eons, Edward W. and William, and her
niece, Miss Mary Wood, and nephew,
Thomaa S. Wood of Duluth, Minn., were
with her at the time of her death. Mra.
Blmeral will be burled - Saturday, with
services at St. John'a church. Twenty-fifth
and California streets, at 8:30 a. m. Inter
ment will bo at Holy Sepulcher cemetery.
Robert R. LIvlacBtoaa.
PLATT8MOUTH, Neb., July .-(8peelal
Telegram.) A telegram says Robert R,
Livingstone, jr., aged 40 years, died In
hospital In Lincoln thla afternoon. He was
born In this city and made his home with
his mother. He Is a brother of Drs. T. B,
and J. 8. Livingstone. He was In good
health when he went to Lincoln Wednesday,
He win be brought home for barlaj.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair -radar la Nebraska. Wtn
la Sooth Portloa Fair
WA8HINQTON. July J0.-Forecast of ths
weather lor Saturday and Sunday
For Nebraska Fair Saturday, warmer in
south portion; Sunday, fair.
For Iowa-Fair Saturday, warmer In ex
treme southwest portion: Sunday, fair.
For Missouri Fair and Warmer Saturday,
except showers in extreme south portion
Sundsy, fair, warmer In aoutheast portion
ror Colorado, Wyoming, Montana an
South Dakota-Fair Saturday snd Sunday,
OFFICE OP THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. July 20. Official record of tern!
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
iT"-" . 1M. 16. 14. Vtut.
Maximum temperature .. M M 01 VI
Minimum- temperature ... Ii6 9 66 M
Mean temperature 76 T 73 7
Precipitation T .00 .62 00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March L
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature 7j
Total deficiency since March 1 !"lti6
Normal precipitation 18 Inch
Iefti lency for the day u nch
Total rainfall since March 1 1.r7 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 I a Inches
peflf ency for cor. period In 1. 7.02lnchee
Deficiency for cor. period In 19ut. 3.M Inches
Reports (roas 11811000 at T P. M.
Station and Stats Temp. Msx. Raln-
of Weather. T n m T.mr. r.n
riiimrci, parr ciouay 8 M
. neyenne, clear n
CUUmso, part cloudy u
Davenport, clear fc8
Ienver, clear M
Havre, part cloudy r
Helena, clar M
Huron, clear M
Kansas city, clear
North Platte, clear ....
Rapid City, clear
bt. Louis, clear
St. Paul, clear ,
Salt Lake City, cloudy
T" Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WUBH, Local Forecaster.
CHICAGO, July i-Albert tVepel was
beaten by Adojph Adams today until he
wss unconscious and then kicked Into the
ver and drowned. The two men, esch of
horn was driving a team, met at the foot
of La Salle street and after some words
commenced to fight. Purine; their struKgles
they came close lo the edg-! o( the river,
where Wegel, who wss the smaller men.
ss knocked unconscious." Adams kicked
Im repeatedly, the last kick hurllmr Wegrl
IT the dock Into the river. Adams was ar
rested after he hsd made a hard tight
against three policemen.
RUSSIA IS NERVOUS
(Continued from First Page.)
ing the advisability of the immediate dlsso.
lutlon of Parliament.
The Rossla today explained that Its In
formation regarding' the possibility of Aus.
trla-Oerman Intervention In Russia in the
event of a revolution was not official, but
was based on articles on the subject pub
lished In the foreign press.
The Bourse was on the verge of panio to
day. In spite of some efforts to support the
market Imperial 4s fell half a point to
1H. the lowest point touched since the
October rising. . Imperial Is closed at
ysran la Rains.
8AMAKA, Russia, July 30. The latest
news from Bysran Is that the city Is In a
heap of ruins. Hundreds of persona lost
their lives in the flames snd several men
suspected of Incendiarism wera lynched.
Food for the 'starving Inhabitants of
6yxian Is being sent from here and from
Strikers Ordered to Work.
ODESSA, July to. Governor General
Kaulbars has Issued an order that all
striking workmen In the city must re
sume work by July 23 without fall; other
wise they and all those who support them
will be sent Into exile by administrative
order, and every attempt to prolong
trlkes will be mercilessly crushed by force
The strikers are Incensed by the orders.
which. It Is feared, may provoke outbreaks.
LID STAYS ON IN ST. JOSEPH
Jadse Rich Holds that ' Geaeral
So ads y CI os I a sr U Applies
to that City.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., July 20.--Judge John
. Rich, who sat in the criminal oourt to
try the case of a dramshop keeper arrested
for selling liquor a week ago Inst Sunday
rendered a decision against the saloon
keepers today. He held that the general
Sunday closing statute applies to cities of
hat asaWiftnst ntaeS 1 "
This is In sccord with the position taken 1
by Governor Folk when he ordered the '
police to close the saloons on Sunday and
prosecute their keepers under the general '
Sunday closing law. The attorneys for
the saloon keepers gave notice of appeal.
ant given first piece. They
wearar. In whits sad color-fut fabric
1.00 AND S1.2S
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
latst MiSm at OjU aJShlrti si a WU
- TO KEEP IN . GOOD TRIM.
MUST LOOK WELL TO THS
CONDITION OF THE .SKIN.
TO THIS END THE BATH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
S A POLIO
Alt Orocert mod Druggitt
Harney and 19th Sts. 'Phone Douglas 81&
Tonignt st :ls. uarden concert 7:46.
MATINEE SATURDAY J;2O-0c, JUo.
With the RIJou Stock Co. Presenting
mqvjs And war,"
Evening Price 10c oc, too.
I In &oj when tvottt- (f M
AND BUY 4 LOT
FOR $1.00 A WEEK ;
HALF ACRES 2.50 A W'EKK, ACRES $3.00 A' WKKK. p.
9 PERFECT TITLE, WARRANTY DEED, FREE ABSTRACT. y
Platted only six weeks, already sold 94 out of 133 lots. We now
offer ten 1-acre lots, ten H-acre lots and twenty-flee city lots.'
It la an Ideal location. Just north of King's 1'ark and two blocks
north of Country Club and Military Avenue car line, on dlrect'car line
to Benson. 'o change of cars, twenty-five minutes ride to Sixteenth
and Farnam; graded streets, trees set out and seeded to lawn grass. ,
V PRICED AND TERMS V ;,
Fifty-foot city lots $100 to $ 160. $10 down and $1 a week,.
Half acres (equal to thrpe 40-foot city lots) $250 to $360, $25 down
and $2.60 a week. ,'
Acres (equal to six 40-foot city lots') $400 to $550, $50 down and $3
a week. j s v
Good discount for all cash. Don't miss (his opportunity to get
lot, half acre1 or acre. - t
No matter tow small your Income, these small pfcyments won't be
noticed by you and before the property is paid for It will be worth,
double the price asked now. . ,
Salesman on the ground all day Haturdsy. - '
Take Ucnson rar and get off at oast or west sid of K rug's Fark and
walk two blocks nortlwou can't uiiss It. Only two blocks from car,
line and paved street. Remember the data. . Saturday this week
Come early. .
Call or write for plats and Information. ' .-: u f
l!astings"& Hey den,
1?04 Y'ainsjn HU'
Gronnd Floor Bm BIdg.
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER'S
Great Special Sale of
Litjle Used Pianos at
$1 Per Week
Sensation of thi Week In Plana Selling
140 Standard High Grade Pianos,
practically good a , newr prices
ranging from $65 to $25. Krrry
Instrrsmrnt fully, guaranteed.
French Walnut cas.,
DAVIS & SONS
1VEKS & POND-.
Ebony art. ..........
Fancy walnut ....... ir. .
' Cabinet grand
VOSE & SONS .
Fancy mahogany". , .'.
Worth $400. "
DEXTFR BQUARHJ 1B
CHICK ER1NO SQUA RB. .' . ;$2fl
BTE1NWAY SfcCARfiV. .., . $50
On our stock of new Stelnway
k Sons, Stogef "and "Sotisi Kihr
son, A. B. Chase, Hardraan. Mc
Phall, Kurtsman and many others
we are offering from 2tf to 8 ter
rent discount during this special
ealo. ' '
SCnMOLLER & MUELLER
The Oldest, largsst aad Most sto.
liable Flano Honse la the West,"
OPERATING FIVE STORKS AND1 A
13111313 Fxrnam St. Omaha
Sunday, July 22
At 2:30 P. M.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL ROADS
THE FAMOUS ROYAL HAWAIIAN RAN P
ONE WEEK. JULY 23d to 28th
TWO CONCERTS DAILY
Reserved seats now on sale it tho Audi
- Prices SS cents and 60 bents, 'general ad
mission tt cents.' Book tickets now on snle
at the Auditorium, and at Myers, A Dillon's,
Sherman & McConnell's, lieaton's, 0.D.
Klpllnger's, Bennett's and Thompson &
Belden. , v
VINTON STREET PARK
Omaha vs Pueblo
July 20, 21, 22; 22. r
FRIDAY JULY ' 20,' LADIES' DJLT.
ST.C;S Two Gaines
GAMES CALLElt :45.
E" R 17.
'lMlTaraam St. ,1
l uder U. 8. Nat l Bank.
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