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TIIE I1EE: OMAHA,
1 1 B
icnii-Annual uearance oaie
of Young Men's Suits
and Boys' Clothing....
This is one of the few times when the celebrated
'Sampeck" suits for young men are offered at cut prices.
If you have not yet discovered the excellent qualities of
these suits now is your opportunity to do so and at a great
saving in price.
IMMORAL ADS CENSURED
Iowa Druggists' Association Passes
Resolution on Subject
I Platform Says Etatt Delegation in
LABOR TROUBLE SERIOUS Congress Does Not Represent
Interests of the State.
Editor of Examiner Invests Fifty for
Privilege of Making the
Geaeral Strike In All Dallel
Trad Likely aa Keealt of
Jiotli-e to l'arpalcr to
All $18.00 Suits
reduced to. . . .
All $25.00 Suits
reduced to XOiu
All $20.00 Suits
reduced to. . . .
All $22.50 Suits
All $30.00 Suits
reduced to. . . .
Radical reductions have been
made in prices of boys' suits.
$5.00 Suits reduced
)0 Suits reduced fj gfj
ts reduced fj
$12.00 Suits reduced g gg
$8.50 Suits reduced
$10.00 Suits reduced
to. . .
A fine lot of Star and Benthor
Shirts, sizes 16 to lD'a, in
regular $1.50 qual
ities; novr. . ...
Boys' Khaki Suits
With Norfolk jackets
and knickers, 7 to 16
years ; re
duced to, , .
(FVont a Staff Correspondent)
DK3 M01KK3. la.. July 8. -(Special Opto
gram.) The State Association of Drug
gists cloned Its waalotia today. Resolu
tions Were paused condemning advertising
literature which tends to lower the moral
tone of the people. A resolution favoring
reciprocity between states In granting cer
tificates was adopted, aa well as a resolu
tion of thanks to all those Interested In
the Vnt.rtulnment of the delegates.
The convention was declared the mot
successful ever held. W. 11. Beck of Dee
i Moines was elected president Vice presi
dents; U h. Hatleeted, lledcllffe; M. d,
llelberger, Urundy Center; Ucorge Judith,
Vmes. Secretary, 1 M. LJndley, Wlnfleld;
treasurer, J. B. Webb, Ijewltt.
The next convention will be at Daven
Extensive Lockout Likely.
The prospect of'an extensive lockout In
the building trades became good this even
ing when the master builders notified the
carpenters that unless they return to work
with the nonunion Ironworkers there will
be a lockout of all the trades with which
the carpenters are affiliated. This would
mean about 3,000 workmen and a general
cessation of building In the city.
Store Closes at Five o'clock.
Ml TOUHO PEOPir
1518-1520 FAUN AM STREET.
WRECK ON ILLINOIS CENTRAL
virtrrn Vreluht Cars Fall Into Red
Cedar Creelc 0e Trainman
MASON CITT. July 8. Special Tele
gramsSouthbound Illinois Central freight
went into Red Cedar creek near Orchard at
11 o'clock this morning. One trainman was
killed and several Injured. It is thought
that the truln was thrown from the track
by a broken rail. ' Fifteen cars went over
the twenty-foot embankment into the creek.
Circuit Court of Appeal Holds it Up
Pendinj Behearin; as to Its
CHICAGO. July S. By an order of the
United 8tatea circuit court of appeals here
today reduced sleeping car rates ordered
by the Interstate Commerce commission
cannot go Into effect fur several months.
Judge Seaman, . Urosscup and Baker
granted a stay order pending a rehearing
by the commission as to the Justice of its
CHICAGO, July (.Soma wee Its ago the
Pullman company and certain roada op
erating their own sleeping cars sought an
Injunction to restrain the carrying Into
effect ot reduction order; This was denied.
A r-hearlng by Ua cororoUslon. however.
In the present instance new evidence was
placed before the court to show that In
some cases sleeping cars were operated at
a loss at present rates. The Santa Fa was
alleged to lose 146,000 a yar, on one train.
The 8U Paul road deolared that it operated
its sleeping car at an annual loss of two.
The court ordered that the companies af
, fected furnish a bond to the court out of
which passengera paying the present rates
shall bo reimbursed should the commission,
upon re-hearing adhere to its first position
and insist on the reduction.
Two Men Killed
byFall of Wall
Judicial Convention at Denlaon.
DENISON, la., July 8. (Special.) A Ju-
diclal convention meets at Carroll Tuesday,
July 13, to nominate two candidates for
the republican ticket The candidates be
fore the convention are Judge F. M Powers
of Carroll county, to succeed himself; Gates
Alberta of Greene county, Marlon Hutchln
ton of Calhoun county, J. C. Walters of Ida
o6unty and P. E. C. Lally of Crawford
county. Sao is the only county In the dls
ILuillt Of Soap Factory at Kansas City trlct presenting no candidate. Judge Church
Collapse and Catch Four
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. July 8. Two men
were klliea ana iwo omen were iitsnuy
Injured in Kansas City. Kaiu, today, by the
collapse of a wall at the ruins' ot poet
Bros, soap factory, whose plant was de
stroyed by flro several weeks ago;
WILLtAN ROTENBARGER, JR.
The men were tearing down the
when It fell unexpectedly.
of Greene county is not a candidate for re
nomination. The counties of Crawford, Car
roll and Greene have enough votes to nom
inate tho candidates, controlling thirty
four votes, with thirty-eight needed. The
democratic judicial convention will be at
Wall Lake July 14.
MITCHKLL. 8. D July 8.-9pecla1.)
The democratlo state convention at Red
field adopted a platform for the coming
campaign whfrh denounces the attitude of
the elate delegation at Washington as not
representing the interests of the people
of this state hn they voted for so many
thinr objectionable In the Payne tariff
law. it demands an honest revision down
ward. The administrations of Crawford
and Vesscy are denounced for the extrava
gance manifested. Rome of the new fea
tures of democracy are thus outlined: A
plank endorses tho Idea of having the
electors of any city or town express their
preference for a postiriaster rathef than
to have one appointed through the old
system of congressional endorsement; de
nounce the so-called deposit guaranty law
adopted by the last legislature; favor the
assessment of all public service corpor
ation property on the same basis' of all
other property; pledged the party against
the multiplication of offices and salaries,
and made a severe- stricture on the re
publican legislature to try and care for so
many members of the party;-endorse the
Idea of having the members of the soldiers'
home at Hot Springs formulate their own
rules and regulations for the government
of the home, and also permit the old sol
dlers to name the candidate fcr. coiumand
ant, whose appointment Is to be made by
the governing board; favored legislation
to fix Ihe freight rates in this state on
the mileage basis, and to be no higher
than the rates voluntarily made by the
railroad companies from points outside
the state to points insldo the state; fav
ored an ameriment tu the constitution al
lowing the state to engage in Internal im
provements and to permit the state to con
struct and operate the same for the serv
ice of the people; favored the making of
a state law for the appointment of a non
partisan board which shall have the power
to make the appropriations for the educa
tional and penal institutions of the state,
and eliminate that work frotn the state
legislature, 'which permits the institution
counties to form combinations for the pas
sage of such laws as may or may not be
Two years ago a plank was adopted by
the convention, presented by ex-Senator
Pettlgrew, which exempted all homesteads
from taxation which were worth 11,500. Mr.
Pettlgrew presented the same plank at
this convention and desired its adoption
as a part of the platfrom again. After
long discussion the members decided
against it and it was not permitted to
become a plank therein. Pettlgrew held
that it permitted and encouraged the build
lng of a greater number of homes by the
man of moderate means.
There were about 100 democrats present
at the convention and after the platform
was made the rest of the time was spent
In sort ot a lovefeast
Well, the blow has fell.
Al Sorenson, editor of the Examiner,
walked up to the captain's office yesterday
end planted down fifty cold dollars for the
privilege of filing his name as a republican
andldate for the office of United States
senator from Nebraska, subject to the uc
tion of the voters at the primaries In Aug
ust and the subsequent aotlon of the Ne
In a statement for the public, issued as
soon as he recovered his breath after filing,
Mr. Sorenson said: 1
"When I take my Beat at Washington, it
will be with the full intention of represent
ing all the people, and not merely a faction.
am a republican, to be sure, but In my
official capacity, I will be a representative
of the highest and the lowest A Utile
later I will set out - mora in detail the
things I stand for, and soma that I won't
stand for. In this latter class I have listed
dead beat subscribers."
As soon as the news was bruited about
on the- streets, little knots of men could be
seen excitedly dUcusuIng the situation. One
of the most momentous questions raised,
nd to which no satisfactory answer has
yet been given Is:
Where did Sorenson get that fifty T"
Files Damage Suit
Wealthy St. Xouis Woman , Whose
Gowns Were Attached by Den
tist Asks Reparation.
CHICAGO. July i-Mlss Nellie Anheuser
of the wealthy St. Louis family ot that
name, whose opera gown were attached
by Dr. Robert Good, a dentist during the
grand opera season here- last year, filed
suit for $1,000 damages against the dentist
Dr. Good for dental work charged Miss
NEW CHIEF FOR KANSAS CITY
Weotnorth K. Griffin, a Lawyer, Be
comes Head ef the Police
KANSAS CITY. July l-Wentworth. E.
Griffin of this olty was appointed chief of
police of Kansas City today.
rim ou. i Anheuser fooo, or at the rate or S25 an
since tne election or uowrnor waaioy. win hQur 8n, refuMj to pay. alleging that
be retained in the police department and tn, worit was faulty and had to be done
given his former rank ot oaptatn. By another dentist. Thereupon the
Griffin, who is a lawyer, has been super- oootor attached Miss Anheuserti gowns and
intendent ot streets hero during tho
ministration of Mayor Partus Brown.
Remarkable bargains for men
At Our Seual-Annual
Now la Effect.
8 and 8-Plece Salts Big Reductions
S23 Suits, latest style 816.00
927.60 Suit. latest style $18.00
1 30.00 Suits, latest style... $20
$33.00 Suit, latest style. .$24
Watch our window for announce-
merit and showing of classy ties
on sale Saturday.
In this sale our well-known stylish,
perfect fitting suits go without reserva
tion. Patterns are neat and stunlng,
but In no luatanca "boUtroue." Fabrics
are of prime quality and are warranted
to give most satisfactory wear. Ask any
of your friends their opinion of Pease
Bros.' stock you'll learn that it' is not
surpassed for exoluslveness and Quality
anywhere you go. That's been our rec
ord for II years.
the latter missed a performance of the
opera. Yesterday the dentlst'a case came
up In tho municipal court. Miss Anheuser
having come from St. Louis no aerena tne
suit. Counsel tor the dentist took a non
suit, falling to gain a delay, but promptly
tiled another one similar to tho first.
The suit for damages today is an out
growth of tho doctor's alleged Harassing
for Aerial Meet
SOUTH DAKOTA RATE INQUIRY
Special Master Leaves for Chicago to
Take Final Testimony la
8IOUX FALLS. 8. D.. July 8.-Spe
clal.) J. Howard Gates ot this city, spa
ctal master appointed to take testimony
in the South Dakota passenger rate case
together with Willam Wallace of Aber
deen, stenographer, and P. W. Dough'
erty of Dell Rapids, assistant attorney
general and counsel ot the state board
of railroad commissioners, have departed
for Chicago, whro tho hearing in tho ef
forts ot the ' state to secure a reducton
of passenger fares win be resumed after
an Interval of a number of weeks. Be
fore his departmure Special Master Gates
stated that at the present adjourned
hearing an effort would bo made to hav
all the remaining testimony takee
foro tho hearing takes a fnal adjourn
ment. When all the testmony has been
taken, special master win make a re
port to Judge Carland of the United
States court In this city. The members
of the state board of railroad commts
soners also wll be present at the hear
ing in Chicago.
United States Will Befuie Extradi
tion Unleg Italy Agrees to Ee
ciprocate and it Will Not.
NEW YORK, July 8.-A further adjourn
ment today of the bearing of Porter Charl
ton In the court of oyer and terminer in
Jersey City to August U seems to forecast
an early enaing or tne case. The papers
demanding Charlton's extradition to Italy
to stand trial for killing bis wife, Mrs.
Mary Scott-Castle-Charlton, at Lake Como
have not been received, and unless the
State department at Washington takes some
action within the next few weeks, Charlton
will be discharged from tho custody of the
Charlton is held on a sixty-day warrant,
and the time will expire on August 22.
Should Italy demand Charlton's extradi
tion, the State department will reject the
demand unless Italy agrees In future to
turn over to us all Italians who have com
mitted crimes in this country and then fled
to Italy. This Italy will decline to do.
THOUSANDS OF WORKERS
LEAVE AT UNION'S CALL
International Ladles' Garment Work
era Want Blgrht-Honr Day and
NEW YORK, July S.-Flfty thousand
garment and cloak makers, of which 8,000
are women, walked out yesterday at the
call of the International Ladies' Garment
Workers' union, which demands an eight-
hour day, an Increase In wages and
gut. in tee that contractors shall stand be
hind sub-contractors for wage payments.
The fight thus far Is purely local, but of
fleers ot the union said tonight that it the
employers attempted to sublet their work
In other cities, the union would call a strike
The l.ioo factories hero employ 100,000
hands, of which approximately halt are
organised. The strikers hopo to draw many
or tne nonunion workers out by a eytnpa
Qossln that IS Will Close the
Door In Manchuria At
BERLIN, July 8. The liveliest Interest
Is felt In official : circles regarding the
Russo-Japanese agreement, the text ot
Midwest Aviation Company Arranges h,cl hM not hen forwarded to the
for Grandstand and Fence
Come early and get best choice
PEASE BROS. CO.
1417 Farnam Street
Around Field. -
Directors of the Midwest Aviation Meet
company let two contracts maay auer-
noon for tha Omaha meet, which will be
held July 8 to 27. The contract for tho
grandstand was awarded to Lee M career.
and the contract for 6,000 feet of canvas
fence goes to the Omaha Tent and Awn
Cost of erecting these waa not given out.
but it is known that It runs Into thousands
of dollars. The grandstand la to seat 1,000
Tho contracts provide that the work shall
be done July 19, four days before the meet
begins. Work will start Saturday.
The maintenance of the status quo, which
the agreement, is ostensibly intended to
secure, is considered most desirable.. The
most delicate point In the agreement
refers, according to the semi-official Frank
furter Zeltung, to the understanding to act
mutually on the defensive against the in
tervention by any third power in Manoou-
rla, which still belongs to China, 'the
agreement therefore, cannot be directed
It is pointed out that America obtained
from China a concession for the Chlnchow
railroad and the question is now raised here
whether the agreement is Intended to i p-
pose America's unwelcome intrusion in the
Russo-Japanese ; sphere of Influence, it
so, the agreement is taken to mean me
closing of the open door,
All Suitings that sold at $28.00 to $30.00-
Blues, blacks, browns and grays.
IT KEEPS MY TAILORS BUSY
Try me now for tailoring Batisfnction and
you'll "Come Back" if you appreciate garments
that fit and retain their shape.
Man, Name Unknown, Tries to Get in
Home Lost on the Big
CHICAGO, July S. An unidentified man,
believed to be from 8L Louis, was arrested
here tonight, when armed with a shotgun
he attempted to force an entrance to the
home of Jack Johnson, the Yiegro pugilist
When examined by the police the man ad
mltted that he lost money en tho recent
FRENCH GRAPE CROP INJURED
Cnnttnaono Cold and Wet Weather
Cnaeea Analety In Cham
PARIS. July a Continuous cold and wet
weatywr Is beginning to cause serious
alarm. There has been dally rain for six
weeks, and She precipitation slnee the
first of January has already eaeeeded the
average rainfall. The recurrence ot floods
is threatened. Many streams are full and
some are out of their banks. -
The grape crop, Is suffering heavily and
mildew has made lis appearance In the
champagne district The hay crop Is al
The loos In th champagne district through'
the unfavorable weather Is officially es
timated at M.ooO.eoa
FRAUD ALLEGATION FAILS
Recoant ef Ballets la On Preelaet la
Dalaell District Shows Retara
PITTSBURG; July 1 -Robert X Black's
most serious allegation of fraud In connec
tion with the renomlnatlon of Congressman
John Dal sell by a majority ot VfJ votes
over bin In the recent republican primaries.
was - not . substantiated today when the
county commissioners recounted the ballots
in the Eeoond precinct. Third ward, ot Mo-
Keesport, and found the count precisely as
A. Quick Acting
While WAKEFIELD'S BLACKBERRY
BALSAM Is a very quick acting and pos
itive cure for Diarrhoea. Dysentery. Chol
era Infantum and other loose bowel trou
bles, it acts so in harmony with the whole
system that It brings about a complete
cure' with absolutely no constipation nor
bad after effects.
it contains no opium nor any of th dan
gerous drugs that make other dlarrfioeae
remedies so objectionable.
WA ICEFIELD'S BLACKBERRY BAL
SAM Is harmless te the most delicate
stomach and can be given to the children
with perfect safety.
Kvery drug store sells It with a guarantee
to cure or your money refunded.
ti cents per bottle or three for 1100.
It's best to get three bottle. It will keep
and may he needed some night when you
have a "sudden attack."
We still have too many
suits to inventory
To make quick selling we have priced
all our mixed and fancy pattern suits less
Please note that we are generously
giving 25 discount from the prices which
prevailed on these goods all season.
Nothing has been marked up to be
marked down to a "bargain" price.
318 South Fifteenth (Street
Fifty Lots in Mtfrningside
See These Prices
540 to $235
No Interest! No Taxes!
No Payments When Sick.
Perfect Title. Free Abstract.
50c a Week
In our famous addition of Moniingside, close to Benson and Dun
dee. Over 900 lots sold in four days.
Bring your Dollar Down and select your lots. Contracts de
livered on the ground. Salesmen on the ground day and evening,
Saturday and Sunday.
How to Reach Morningside
Take Benson car. tret off at Orphanage avenue, and walk
four blocks south to our big sign. You can't miss it. Our free
conveyance meets all cars if you prefer to ride.,
N. P Dodge L Co.
Telephone Douglas 829.
Telephone on Grouna-
208 Whitnell Block
FOR NEBRASKA Fair, warm.
FOR IOWA-Falr, warm.
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
6 a. m 61
8 a. m
7 a. m
8 a. m
t a. m
10 a. m
11 a. ra
1 p. m.. ......
1 p. m
4 p. m
6 p. m
8 p. m
7 p. m
8 p. m.. ......
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, July 8. Official record ot tem
perature ana precipitation compared wttn
the correupondliis" period of the last three
years: 1810. lim. liXK. 107.
Maximum temperature.... 3 78 79 81
Minimum temperature 88 87 89 72
Mean temperature.. 78 72 69 82
Precipitation w T .w .00
Temperature ana precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March L
and compared with the last two years;
Normal temperature 78
Excess for the day 2
Total excess since March 1 638
Normal precipitation 14 Inch
Deficiency for the day 14 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 8.83 Inches
Deficiency since Marcn l 11. S3 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, Moe 69 inch
Excess for cor. period, iwts .ju inches
Reports from Stations at 1 P. M.
Station and Temp. Max. Rain-
Plate of Weather. 7 p.m. Temp. fall.
Cheyenne, pt. cloudy 82 88 .00
Davenport, cloudy M 84 .00
Denver, pt. ciouay . s? .uu
Des Moines, cloudy 91 94 .00
Dodge City, clear 88 90 .00
Janfler. pt. ciouay is s .w
North Platte, clear 88 98 .00
Omaha, clear 89 98 .00
Pueblo, ciouay m .. .uu
Salt Lka City, clear 88 88 .00
Psnta Fe, pt. cloudy 84 86 .09
Hherldan. rainlnc 68 78 .06
8iux City, clear 88 80 .00
Valentine, clear 84 So .01)
U A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
Remember It la alwaya advisable
to purchase your vacation wants at
home, for you seldom get what Is
right In the small stores.
Bath ;ans. S5o to
Chinese Joss Sticks, (or mosquitoes.
200 In package ior
50o Colgate's Toilet Waters, all odors,
28o DeMar's Talcum Powder, Satur
11.00 Plnaud's Vegetale. all odors. Sat-
2Eo Graves' Talcum fowaar. aiur
25c Pond's Extract Talcum, Saturday,
11.00 Pompelan Maasaga Cream. Sat
BOo Possonl's Powder, Saturday a 6c
60c Locke Chocolates, special, per lb..
BOo Casavera Greaseless Cream, SaU
LOoBeatonV Cold ' Cream.' 'Saturday,
at t- oe
60c Lear'a Flower Blrl Toilet water,
76o,Tlv'oi' Powder! 'saturiy". '. '. 43e
too Triple Extract of Rose Olrl or
Violet Olrl. our extra apeclal price
for Saturday, per ounce tic
Beaton Drug Co.
Farnara smd 15th.
p 8. Tour nearest drug store la the
feleDhone. Why not use It. We de
liver to ail par's of the city. Try us
TIIE GUT PRICE
Ret "Otss Cases" 1st u6e6 CeWt" Oca.
, HALF PRICE SALE
Linen Suits tt Hall Price
Linen Dresses at Hal! Price
Poe fee Silk f'faats Hal! Price
$1.25. $1.50 8n $175 Wiisli at Sc
$1.95, $2.2$ u4 $150 Wist at $1.25
htvf day i "Sail Day" al Schofleld's
I HAIR BALSAM
'ZJ I CImi in tmi IwMIe kab. -
.E Pfmwim s MlBurtAM growth.
t v" I Falls HwVute 9va
I lift l" m" wJii'M Unitf'"
3 ' !5&fc!fi325S
laxaoiusia .siiasN03 f!$l
XN3 S 3SVO V 3AVH llM j
$L dwvsunc Jv
Ml mnfii r wi .
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HOTELS) ATfD RESORTS.
In tne hoppi llta and
District. , frfcafri XoOee, on :
A- . - X.ane."
llth and MoOea
Kansas City, Mo. ,
Za Waa Shopping District.
Hear all the Theaters,
too Seaatlfal Boona.
100 rrtvata Baths.
Hot and cold wnte la all looms.
Bpaelous Lobhy, rarlora.
Telephone la every room.
Beanttfal Cafe, Verfeot Cuisine.
$1.00 to $2.60 Per Day .
Kupper-Benson Hotel Co.
T. JL BXSTtOir, affr.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
V tha Farmer, Raaehaaaa, .
Breeder, sr Live (teclt Maa.
Oae Dollar Per Year.
OLD POINT COMFORT
BOATING. BATHING. . FISHING.
Unique ssa food Cuisine,
FORThfcWd MONKOK, Lrel Uni
tary fost on the Atlantic Coast.
UXUlfTUS h-OAUA. tlia Kendesvous
ot th Matlun'a Warships.
peelal Weekly Bates Tune te Octohei
Booklets at Chicago, Book Xalaad ft
Vaelfte, and tvahssh BaUreee.
Ot aaaiess UBO. T. ADAMS, aKJB,
tuarasii MOaaoa, va
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