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TIIE BEE: OMAHA,' SATURDAY, JtTLY 10, 1900.
wa eloss at S 1. H. dsMay Jaly aad Anrrt Bsc.pt f nlr as t;Q B. M.
Our Great July Clearing Sale off
Women's High (Class Waists
commences SATURDAY at 9 A. M.
at Hall Price
The Latest Styles and All Their
Newest Variants. Lenox, Opera and
Herald Square Waists.
There arc three chief groups tailored,
semi-tailored and lingerie. It will be delight
ful choosing to women who love the dainty
and the beautiful and the stylish waists, and
who want authoritative styles.
$1.25 Waists, Saturday
$1.50 Waists, Saturday
$1.75 Waists, Saturday
$2.00 Waists, Saturday
$2.50 Waists, Saturday
$5.00 'Waists, Saturday $2.50
$6.50 ."Waists, Saturday $3.25
$7.50 Waists, Saturday $3.75
$8.50 Waiste, Saturday $4.25
$lp.00 "Waists, Saturday $5.00
$3.00 Waiste, Saturday
$3.50 Waists, Saturday $1.75
$4.00 "Waists, Saturday $2.00
$4.50 Waists, Saturday $2.25
Hundreds of beautiful net waists, lace waists, messaline waists and high class French imported dress waists at July Gear
ing Sale Trices. Second floor. ' '
Our Great July Clearing Sale of Muslin Under
wear commences Saturday at 9 A. M.
Our July Sale not only saves you money by bringing lowest prices but also by giving you the best in qualities.
July Clearing Sale of Gowns.
Tbesa are slightly lolled from display, but the lowered prices will
make up (or that..
Gowns made slip over atyle trimmed with hemstitched ruffle, pOc
Quality, Saturday, each 89c. (
Vniec-k Qowna, embroidery trimmed or tucked yokes, also sllpoTer
gowns, f 1.00 quality, Saturday, each 75c.
Low necks or V-neck gowns worth up to f 2.00, Saturday, each f 1.00.
Iatnty gowns worth up to $1.60, Saturday, each 1.25.
Beautiful gowns, handsomely trimmed, $5.00 ralue( Saturday, $3.60.
$6.00 Gowns, July Sale price, each $4.00.
$7.00 Oowus, July Sale price, each $4.85.
$8.00 Oowns, July Sale price, each 15.35.
$10.00 Oowns, July Sale price, each $8.(5.
$11.00 Oowns, July Sale price, each $7.85.
$11.00 Oowns, July Sale price, each $8.00.
Saturday Candy Specials.
Bglduff's delicious Maple Nut
doodles, regular prlco 40o a pound,
Saturday, at. a pound JOo,
Thompson Belden ft Co's. special
Chocolates, regular price 60c a pound,
all day Saturday and erenlng, at, a
Balcony of Basement stairway.
Ask for the specials not ad
vertised. Monday the great sale of col
ored wash dresses and long
July Clearing Sale of Skirts.
Skirts worth up to $1 15, la this July Sale, each
Skirts worth up to 1.60, in this July Bale, each
fiklrta worth up to 11.09, In this July Sale, each
Skirts worth up to $2.75, In this July Sale, each
Skirts worth up to 13.75, In this July Sale, each
Skirts worth up to $5.00, In this July Sale, each
Skirts worth up to $7.50, In this July Sale, each
July Clearing Sale of Drawers.
t'mbrella drawers with hemstitched ruffle: 26o value, Saturday, each 19c.
Fine cambric drawers with hemstitched ruffle: 15c value, Saturday, each S5o.
Extra wlds skirt drawers trimmed with embroidery: 75o value, Saturday,
Beautiful drawers, trimmed with embroidery; $1.00 value, Saturday, each, 5o
$1.60 darwers. In the July Sale, each $1.00.
$2.26 drawers, In the July Sale, each $1.60.
$3.00 drawera, In the July sale, each, $2.00.
$4.60 drawers. In the. July Sal, each, $2.00.
Be here at A. M. Second floor.
Final Clearance of Millinery Saturday at 9 A. M.
Next to nothing prices will prevail at this final clearance
100 Beautiful trimmed hats every one a good style. Values
up to $15.00. Your choice Saturday, at, each $1.18.
160 untrlmmed hats all good shapes. Values up to $7.50,
your choice Saturday, at, each $1.00.
Flare Top Hosiery.
Flare Top Hosiery for medium size
or fleshy women have double soles
and extra elastic tops, 36c per pair or
8 pairs for $1.00.
Saturday continuation of the silk
hose sale. Main floor.
. 49c for a Pair of Gloves.'
Naturally you don't expect much,
but we are cleaning up the odds. Sat
urday at 9 A. M., we will sell 16 but
ton long Haa silk gloves and a few
blacks worth up to $3.00, at, a pair
49 cents. Mala floor.
2111. Pony. SIS OTBI lOWEM AO AIO. PBJTB. Ina. A-1S41
IOWA BOARD OF CONTROL ACTS
Miis Garrison is Appointed Superin
tendent of Girls' School.
LAUD ASSESSMENTS INCREASE
Total Will Be Forty Mlllloa
Dollars Over Last Year's
Roll Railroad Doeket
(Continued from First Pas.)
being; rumored tonlfht that 8enator ftmoot
will be added to the senate eonferene
What If orris Waaie.
Representative Norrls, who. with Mad
ison and Murdoch of Kansas, Morse of Wis
oonsln and Llnberg of Minnesota, framed
up the program for the progressive wing
of the republicans In the house, voiced the
sentiment of the Insurgents when he an
tagonlxed the resolution of Mr. Dalsell of
Pennsylvania ordering the previous Ques
tion, fey suggesting that the house should
aooept the reduetlons made by the senate
In the tariff bill en bloo and to let th
house vote on whatever raises were made,
He said that this was the only way In
whloh the republican party could keep faith
with the country, and that the party Is In
honor bound to carry out not only Its
platform pledges, but to support the ut
terances of President Taft.
Martin Willing to Stay
Representative Martin of South Dakota
said he would vote to disagree with th
Senate amendments and send the bill to
conference because It was th most effec
tive way to protest against th amend
ments of the senate. He said he would be
-one CANNOT afford to
Ignore THIS "Clearance"
Jk A-On Hca mdst everything a stylishly
-IJetclUbe inclined "small, woman,"
miss, or girl wears, is being underpriced
to the limit. Summer dresses, wash suits, shoes and
JkeOaflTCsO ono maV novv quip an in--UCiaUOC
f ant with its complete dain.
ty wardrobe at prices sadly out of loint
with the Benson QX Thome quality offered.
swffePPvflQi y ountf men's a boys'
clothes, hats, furnishings
and shoos are going at prices one would
pass up as being too cheap were it not for the fact that
they come from THIS store.
tlEYOOHO WOPlrf j
r-rJ a ri r J f?la
m-iai7 Dfeutflaa Street Omah-Nst.
5 p. m.
willing to remain In Washington until the
first Monday In December if a tariff bill
oould b mad which would be measurably
satisfactory to the American people. Con
gressman Walter I. Smith of Council Bluffs
raised a great laugh when he said that
the Increases In senate amendments could
largely be laid at th door of democratlo
senators, and that they had th largest vir
tues when they were not clothed with au
thority. He said If the members of th
house were permitted to talk without curb,
as prevailed In th senate. It would take
thirteen months to complete consideration
of th measure, and for on he would vote
to put a stop to the discussion, because he
believed the American people were com
pletely tired of debate and that they
wanted action without oratory.
Omaha Man Given
Good Position by
C. H. Gerber Appointed to Help Take
Physical Valuation of Eoads
Four Prisoners Escape.
LINCOLN, July . (Speolal Telegram)
Subject to the app.-oval of Governor Shall
enberger, th state railway commission has
appointed C. H. Gerber of Omaha as
principal assistant engineer of roadway,
bridges and buildings, subdivision of the
physical valuation, v and B. H. Eldrlg of
Evanston, III., assistant.
Mr. Oerber will be paid $226 a month and
his assistant S176. Mr. EHdiidg has re
cently been employed in th same class of
work In Wisconsin.
Christiansen, th Omaha wlf murderer,
who was sentenced to th penitentiary for
life In ltttt. is In a dying condition at the
atat prison. Christiansen has pulmonary
Four prisoners at work in th beet field
at the stat penitentiary have escaped and
are now at large. Their terms run from a
few days to eight months. - Th prisoners
ware William Clooney, Douglas county,
one year, burglary, time expired February
10, 1910; J. Gibbons, Richardson county,
burglary, on year. Urn out September t,
190; I. Williams, on year, burglary, Wash
ington oounty, time expires October 17,
IMS; Ed Loion, Lincoln oounty, burglary,
on year, time out July 17, The pris
oners are worked close to a grove of trees
and small creek. Fifty of them are worked
together aod when' these four made their
start to run It was Impossible for the
guards to follow thsm without leaving their
ether prisoners unguarded.
(From a Ktaff Correspondent.)
PES MOINES, la., July l.-lBpeclal Tele
gram.) The Foard of Control today an
nounced th appointment of Miss Hattle
R. Garrison as superintendent of the girls'
Industrial school at Mltchellvlll. Miss
Garrison wss for some years superln
Undent of the Benedict Home In this
city, and when the Institution was changed
to Port Dodge was transferred there, in
which position she Is now employed. The
board also announced th appointment of
Oeorge R. Katnn, superintendent of the
schools of Afton, la., to be superintendent
of the college for the blind at Vinton.
Land Valaea Grow,
ny estimating th probabl returns from
I. Inn. I'olk and Blackhawk counties the
auditor's office figured up the land as
sessment returns today, which show an
Inereas of $40,000,000 over last year. This
is an unusual Inrrease. Attorney J. C.
Davis of the Northwestern said today he
believed the asHsssrnent of the railroads
should be lowered as compared with tho
values of farm lands, which have ben
shown to be much Increased.
Railroad Docket Announced.
The railroad commission today announoed
the docket for the next hearing on rates
by the board, which will be held July SO.
It Includes some Important matters, as
the railroads ask for a number of redue
tlons, one of the most Important being
the elimination of the provision requiring
the companies to chance otity the minimum
when a small ear Is ordered and a big car
Woman Attempts Salelde,
Mrs. Llbby Gallagher of 11 Pennsylva
nia, wife of a prominent lodge worker,
today attempted suicide by taking laud
anum because of a fit of melanoholla. Her
husband Is a lawyer and she often helps
him In the trial ef his cases.
The board of seven, consisting of the
executive committee of th State Dairy
association, the state food and dairy
commissioner and two others, to whom
the legislature voted flO.OuO to develop the
dairy business ef the state, today decided
to employ two Inspectors for dairy and
milk inspection to work under Mr. Van
Pelt, who has been - employed to travel
about the state and push the work. An
agreement was reached today that the
oorn, dairy, horticultural and agricultural
Interests will unite In the corn exposition
and short course which is to be held In
th Coliseum In this city In December.
Crabtree Attempt Balclda.
LtsleCrabtree, the corporal of the Second
United State cavalry, who Is confined In
the Fort Des Moines guard house on the
charge of murdering Captain Raymond,
tried to eommlt suicide In his cell early to
day by butting his head against the Iron
bars of the cage. Crabtree has been con
fined In his cell without opportunity to
speak to anyone, while a sentry paced up
and down In front of th cage on guard.
Worrying over his deed and distracted from
being left alone to his own thoughts, with
no pne allowed to speak a word to him.
It fa claimed, the boy was slowly losing
his mind. Crabtree has secured attorneys
now and 'it la' understood that they will
contend In bis trial that be was Insane
at the time of his act In killing Captain
Raymond. They wilt endeavor to get a
trial before the civil authorities and not
before a court-martial,
Keaort Asks w Laws.
In the delayed report of the 8tate Rail
road commission, filed with the governor
today, the legislature Is asked to grve more
laws and charging that the supreme court
by Us Interpretation of the law has robbed
the commission of all authority as to cross
ings. The commission asks a law giving
it the authority to order underground or
overhead crossings. The report should
have been filed last December, but was not
completed till recently. It Is olalmed, be
cause of lack of employes.
Held Iowa Convicts.
The Society for the Friendless, which Is
affiliated with the Christian Endeavor so
ciety, will seek to maintain a worker In
the penitentiary and reform school of Iowa
In the hope of helping the convicts to
secure employment and get on their feet
after leaving the institutions. A repre
sentative of the society la In the state
and will take the matter up with Governor
Carroll as soon as he shall return to his
Raise Street Grades.
The Des Moines city counoll today In
structed Councilman MacVlcar to proceed
with the work of raising the grade of
Bast Locust street. A fill will be made
that will bring the street on a level from
the bridge to the Northwestern tracks,
It 1 one of the most Important Improve
ments the new city council has under
taken. Holly Wine Salt.
At the trial of C. O. Holly In the dis
trict court today for disbarment from
practice as an attorney the charges wr
dismissed by Judge James A. Howe. At
torney Holly is one of the oldest prac
titioners In the city and has been promi
nent as a candidate for mayor. The
charges were filed by Attorney Frank 8.
Dunshee, but were not pressed at the
trial and Dunshee made an effort to drop
the case. Holly insisted on a trial.
War on Saloons
Many May Close
Cirio Federation Threatens to Be
move County Attorney for Fail
ure to Enforoe Law.
DAVENPORT, la., July . (Fpeclal.)
The saloon situation In Davenport has
reached the most critical stage since the
first move male trv, a couple of
years ago, to enforce thf I'-wa liquor laws.
To the demand of the Civic federation,
a few days ago, mad to County Attorney
Fred Vollmer that he close all saloons
within JOO feet of churches, school houses
and cemeteries, Mr. Vollmer replied that
he was neither a detective or a surveyor
Today Attorney H. B. Bettey for the
Civic federation furnished the county at
torney a list of school houses, churches
and cemeteries, seventeen In all, with the
statement that saloons were running In
Illegal proximity to all of them, and de
manding that they be closed.
The demand affects about twenty sa
loons. Including such prominent ones as
the bar of the Hotel Davenport, the city's
leading fire-proof hotel. Several saloons
closed today. In an interview, Attorney
Vollmer stated that he would call a con
ference with the saloon keepers at once,
In the bollef that If he does not prosecute,
the Civlo federation would undoubtedly
wag a relentless prosecution against them,
and that they would prefer to have him
prosecute them. Mr. Vollmer became quit
famous a year or two ago by making the
presentation of a goldheaded cane to pr.
A. Rlchter, editor of Per Demokrat, to re
place the one that Dr. Rlchter had broken
In caning the plaintiff In some of the liquor
prosecutions of that day. It Is understood
that unless he secedes to the demands of
the Civlo federation and enforce the law,
action will be commenced to remove him
IOWA HISTORIANS ELECT
State Society Headed by Kaclld
Saaders of Iowa
IOWA CITY, la., July S.-(8peclal.)-At a
meeting of the new board of curators of
the State Historical Society of Iowa held
here last evening the following new offi
cers were elected: President, Euclid San
ders, Iowa City; vice president, James H.
Trewln, Cedar Rapids; secretary, F. E.
Horack, Iowa City. The boaVd made ap
pointments as follows i Superintendent,
Prof. B. F. Shambaugh, Iowa City; assist
ant editor, Dr. J. C. Parish, Cedar Falls;
researoh assistants, Dan E. Clark, Sioux
City; J. Van der 2ee, Orange City; Prof.
F. H. Garver, Sioux City; accession clerk,
Elisabeth Johnson, Iowa City; library as
sistant, Minnie B. Graves, Red Oak. Th
annual Income of the society, whloh
amounts to over 113,000, will be expended
chiefly for researoh and publication.
Xewa Tfews Notes.
CRESTON Word has been reoelved In
this city of the death of Mrs. Flora Shurts.
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ander
son of this city, who died Thursday at
her home )n Pekin, in. Hhe was raised
In this olty and has many friends and ac
GRUNDY CENTER Willis, the T-rear-
old son of Hanry Hemmerllng, living near
mac, received ratal injuries today, when
he was caught In the tumbling rod of a
horse power machine attached to whleh
were horses he was .driving. The boy's
body was whirled around and around.
breaking both legs In two plaoea.
CRE8TON-j. R. P. Alexander, an old
and well known resident of Creston, died
at the home of a daughter at Belvllle,
Kan., tne Doay Being brought to this city
for Interment. He left a number of years
ago ror wray, uoio., witn me lamiiy and
was but recently taken to Kansas In hopes
that the climate would prove beneficial.
STUART Representing himself as a rail
road detective, John Hartney, an ex-con-vlct,
held up John Hlppensteel, a Stuart
farmer and robbed him of 110 and soms
change. Hlppensteel was waiting for a
train at the Is I u art depot when he was an-
proached by a man who claimed to be a
railroad deteotlve and notified him that he
was under arrest He was conducted to
NEXT MEETING FOR WORK
Continued from First Page.)
Ing the day and said that while the Loyal
may not be as large. It is as good a hotel
as any In his city. Commissioner C M.
Clendenmg of the Kansas City Commer
cial club was one of the party and -while
her engaged fifty rooms at th Loyal for
headquarters for MUsourl delegates at th
December meeting of the Missouri River
Navigation congress. The Kansas City
delegates left late in the evening tot
MAN FOUND DEAD, MYSTERY
Bvldaaea of Foal Play Is Foaad
la Death Near K.w
NEW HAMPTON, la., July (.-(Special.)
Patrick Murray of Lowry, nine miles east
of here, was killed la mi unknown manner
some time Wednesday night. His body was
found by a farmer early this morning three
miles south of here near the Great West
ern tracks. A hole was found In the man's
head and hi face was bruised, but It was
Impossible to tell whether he had bean
Struck by a train or had been murdered.
The appearance of the body does not in
dicate that a train hit him, and no reports
have been made by the company of an
accidental death by any of the trains near
here. He wss In this city last night and
left here Intending to go to Lowry. Such
being his Intention the finding of his body
south of here Is unexplained. He was M
years of age, unmarried and wall-to-do. H
has a sister living bar.
Aato Dealers to Oraaals,
MARBHALLTOWN, la., July .-(8pe-clal.)
Automobile dealers from 'all parts of
Iowa will gather In (his city next Mon
day for a meeting, at which It is expected
that an organisation of dealers wllll be
perfected. One of the principal objects the
dealers expect to accomplish after or
ganisation is the quicker shipment of
machines from factories and Jobbers. Many
dealers are up against a proposition la
not . being able to secure machine after
they have been ordered.
LAID UP3 MONTHS
WITH AN ULCER
On Ankle It Was Very Baf and
Only Got Worse Under Treat
ments Cuticura Soon Healed
It Baby's Head Freed from Stub
born Scurf by Cuticura Soap.
TWO ECONOMICAL CURES
BY CUTICURA REMEDIES
" M CaUs. Wfta t aw Via si nl. ..
w v a j vau aa-K7l BTvsi w
on niy ankle and I was laid up three
roonin witn it. I was
reading an advertise
ment in the newspaper
one day about the
Cutleura Remedlne so
I purchased a cake of
Cuticura 8oap and one
boi oi cuuoura oint
ment and a large bot
tle of Cuticura Resolv
ent. After using one
and one box of Cuticura Ointment my
day with the Soap and using the other
remedies as directed. Before I used the
Cuticura Remedies nay sore was getting
worse all the time under other treat
ments. Furthermore we have a baby
boy here and we have found that Cuti
cura Soap has been a fine thing for him.
He bad scurf on bis bead and we tried
every way to remove It but failed until
we used the Cutioura Soap which re
moved It almost at once. Oeorge M.
Hall. Bruahtoii, N. Y.. Deo. 24, 1908."
CURED FALLING IIAIR
And Itching Scalp with Cuticura.
"Some months ago 1 suffered with a
bad form of scalp disease. My hair
was falling out and my head itched. I
read about Cutioura and determined to
try It. I bought a cake of Cuticura
Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment
and used them. I continued using the
Cuticura Ointment on toy head dally
and the result was truly wonderful. I ,
still use it occasionally and I always have
Cutioura Soap on hand. The (sure Is
complete. Mrs. Amy Oeiseler, 201S
South Seventh St., Omaha, Keb., Sept.
3 and Oct. S. 1808."
Oiueuis Seas . rutlears Otntsuat fSAt.l
aa4 Cutmura Rcauivrat bO ). (or In Mi hn 01
Choeouiia Coaue piiia, ttr pr vial at SO), noie
10111 ih, world rotier brut Ctm. Corp,
it Pro,.. Ha OoluraSu An . BoMoB, Mua.
ar-pas Cu titan Koak. stall s-M, fivinf 4a
arrloima trcatmam aad tart ut a.nml ol U aata.
be rear of the Crownl glnve factory.
Ahem the money was taken Shortly aft
erward Hartney ass arrealed hy Peieotlv
Krsnk LielmsRS "d Identified by his victim.
Reed Orkln rtros." artfl-rmre Eleven.
WASHINGTON. July . ForrcsBt fot
Saturday and Htinriny:
For Nebraska Thundin-huwers Saturday;
For Iowa and Missouri I'rrtly cloudy m
east, shower In west .In turd ay; khowert
For Colorado and Wyoming Fair.
For Kansas Thunder showers Saturday;
For South Iiakota O i letaily fair.
Tmperalure at Omaha yesterday:
ft a. m 71
a. m 71
T a. m Tt
a. m 7S
a. m 77
10 a. m 79
It a. m go
ti m si
1 p. m S3
1 p. m
a p. m ft,
4 p. m
i p. m
tjos I 7 P: m::::::::::;
JVNy 8 P- m
r m il t p. m
OFFICE OF TUB WKATH Kit nrrtKAU,
OMAHA. July 9. Official record ot tem
pera lure and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last thr
yrars: lin. 11WS. hfl7. ijtM.
Maximum temperature.... Krt 7 HI 7
Minimum temperature.... 71 6ft G9 61
Mean temperature 7 - 76 H0 73
Precipitation oo . .oo .m .oo
Temperature and precipitation dc-iartiirn-
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and compared with the last two Years:
Normal temperature 7
Kxcesa for the day 1
Total deficiency since March 1, 1!K ttt
Normal precipitation IS inrli
Deficiency for the day.. IS Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 15.75 Inches
Excess since March 1. 1009 Ss Inch
Excess for cor. period 1H0K 4 IS Inches
Deficiency for oor. period 1907.... T. 13 inches
Beaton's for Specials
S5o 4 pound
' Saturday , .
11.00 2-quart Beaton's ga aa
guaranteed Water Bottle,
26c Sanltol m g
Bath Powder. Ills"
$2 Bath Spray, with IT f 25
Rubber Massage Brush, I
7 Go Rubber Gloves, every one guaran
teed, you need a pair . T(
to protect your hands, j MP
$1.00 Beaton's Guarantee
$1.00 ounce Roger &
Oallet's Extracts, all odors,
Saturday, per ounce .
$1.00 Janice Extract.
76c Williams' Toilet
Water, all odors,
SOc Violet Girl
Extract, Saturday, Z,.JC
15TH AND FARJfAM.
Our Grand Display of
Fireworks will be given
Saturday ad Sunday even
ing if the weather is fair.
Don't Miss Tills Grand Display
Dancing aid other
Omaha vs. Topeka
July 7, 8. 9 and 10
Vinton St. Park,
FRIDAY, JULY 9, LADIES' DAY
Gamo Called 3:45
Boyd's, the Cool Theater
obiio orixna today
Performances, 1 o'clock to I.
Night Performances. 7 o'clock to 11.
"txi suirr Dm.n
i Positively the b.st moving ploture
exhibition In the city theater cool
and absolutely fireproof. Non-ln-fiamabls
rrtoe, lOo Cbtldr.a Aooompanled by
HILL.MAN STOCK CO.
Admlssloa, 10s aa4 toe.
"EXT WK "Stir aid."
zMEIJ AND WOMEtH
or Bvanrzss ruts
THE BUSTON LUNCH
aa Ideal laoe at STooa. Quiok, Qnlst,
ISia Varaaaa. 140S DoafUs
Ooaasettnf with Kama's TlaefarS
VariQva, utitmo, aaroatAMTivQ, bstbajioiic
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