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THE ?,EE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 0, 1010.
Serves Unexpected Notice in Ten
Eastern Cities of Hew
NEW. VOHK, July .-WIthout tiplana
tlon and without warning the Western
Union coniny discontinued Its service yes
terday to brokers In ten cltlea of this atate
and I'etniRlvanla. The cltlea affected are:
riUfburg and Johnstown. I'a.; Syracuse.
Itl.iua, Hume, Utlca, Gloversvllle, Auburn,
Wtli-i town and Cortland of thli state.
Executive officers of the company took
the stand today that under advice of coun-
srl they could not diHCUBs the company's
policy. Officers of the New York Stock
exchange denied that the cut In service
was In any way Instigated by them or that
they had any knowledge of It. Officer of
the Consolidated Flock exchange, the "little
board," could not be found tonight. There
were many subterranean rumors that the
company was acting on the advice ot some
one in Washington supposed to be close to
the attlluue of the attorney general's office,
but these could not bo confirmed.
Hitherto the Western Union has always
taken the atand that, aa a common barrier,
It had no right to refuse any business of
fered it, provided such business is In decent
language. In fact the company argued
earnestly that any attempt by it to Investi
gate the orivate affairs of Its customers
would be Inquisitorial and Intolerable.
WASHINGTON. July 7. On Its own
initiative, not on 'orders from tha Depart
ment of Justice here, tha Western Union
Telegraph company has disuontlnued its
service to a number of stock brokers'
offices in New York stats and elsewhere.
This was the declaration made tonlKht by
an officer of the Department of Justice
who played a prominent part in the recent
raids made on so-called "bucketshops" by
the department He said the department
would have no rujht to order the telegraph
company to discontinue its service unless it
could be proved that It had broken some
federal statute, and this had not been done.
One of the brokerage concerns, a Baltimore
firm whose service was stopped yesterday,
had an injunction issued today, he said,
against the telegraph company to compel it
to renew its service.
artl'B?. Vl 1SIUHWI
at 10 P. M.
at 5 P, M.
MRS. VIOLA BELEWS
GETS TICKET TO OMAHA
Woman Claiming This City aa Her
Horn Olvesi Aid to
CINCINNATI, O., July . (Special Tele
gram.) Upon the recommendation of the
police department of Cincinnati, Superin
tendent Moore of tha Cincinnati City In
firmary has given to Mrs. Viola Bellews,
a woman of Omaha, her transportation to
that city. Mrs. Bellews said that she had
been in Cincinnati for the last three weeks
soliciting business for a hardware con
cern and claimed to have been left in the
lurch by her companions who were the
official representatives of the company,
fine said that she had been deserted here a
week ago and that since that time she had
.very little to eat and could find no work
to earn the money to go to Omaha. She
left tills afternoon for the Nebraska, city.
OF ALL OUR
at 10 P. M.
at 5 P. M.
Take Advantage of This Clearing Sale to Buy Your Summer Furn
ishings for less money than you could buy them at any other time
Here lire tremendous reductions on everything you will need for this summer's
wear. You can save fully One-Half on eveverything you buy at this sale.
Your unrestricted choice of-any mom's shirt in our
entire stock (Manhattan shirts excepted) at
This is a sale of the highest quality of men's shirts manufactured. All our E. & "W., all our Star,
Griffon and custom made negligee shirts, all our fine silk, linen, pongeej eoisetlo and madras shirts
in all sizes from 14 to 19 newest patterns and b'jst workmanship. Shirts that have been selling up
to $30; your unrestricted choice (Manhattan shirts excepted) at $1.15 Saturday.
Choice of All Our Men's
Lisle Hosiery worth up to
35c a pair; Satur- -I
day at, pair 1111
All Our Men's Lisle Sus
penders worth up to 50c
a pair, at, per JgC
All Our Men's Four-in-Hand
Ties worth up to
All Our Men's Silk Hosiery
and Fancy Silk Lisle
worth up to $1.00 OEp
a pair, at fciui
WILL OF NEWSPAPER HERMIT
His Wlio Lived oa Slaty-Fire Cants
a Week Leaves Sarin as to
PITTSBURG, Pa., July l-The will of
Nicholas Dalo, a former newspaper man,
who had Uvea for years a hermit like life
on 85 cents a week, as lie boasted, was filed
today directing 11,360, which he had saved,
be forwarded to tha "Holy Land to the
Sorrowful Mother and Blessed Virgin
ehurch erected 1,600 years ago In the path
Of the cross."
As a writer he was once well known bore
for his Intimate acquaintance with the steel
Industry and Its leaders, including Andrew
FROZEN EGGS ARE SEIZED
Over Twelve Tons Condemned as
Unfit for Food at Ilefrlsjeratlns;
Plant In Brooklyn.
. NEW YORK, July 8. flor than twelve
tons of frosen or desslcated eggs, shipped
here from Chloago, were seised as unfit for
human consumption at the Kings County
Refrigerating company' plant in Brooklyn
today.' Government Inspectors, acting under
orders from the Department ot Agriculture,
made the selsure. It la the largest on rec
ord In Greater New York.
In Harper's for July W. D. Howells con
tributes "My Memories of Mark Twain,"
and Robert Russell writes on "A Portu
guese Pilgrimage." Christian Brlnton has a
paper on "A Group of Modern English
Painters," and W. W. Keen contributes an
article on "Tha New Surgery." The fiction
la by Marjorie Bowen, Emma Bell Miles.
Eugenia B. Frothingham, Maude Radford
Warren and Grace Ellery Charming, and
the aerial, "The Oilve," is concluded in this
number. Among the contributors of poetry
are Richard LeGalllenna and Witter Byn-
The eaute of my roy
Appears on s closer
impaction! . . .
That red-siid whit UBCl
You tee on tbt tabl
Istutini its lovely
Then don't try to
eat a heavy meal.
It will do you no
good. Instead, try
a plate of
IT , - - i.t
Eat it -wi (croutons or
biscuit or plain bread-and-butter.
The first taste
pives you an appetite. A
plate or two satisfies you.
And the satisfaction lingers
all over on your palate;
in your stomach and in
your general health and
good feelings. For this is
a truly wholesome nour
ishing dish. It will do
21 kinds 10c a can
Just add kot U'tert
bring to a boil,
We're (ltd to send
mi Cimpbcll's Menu
liuuk suy tim, for the
Camden N J
Look for the
Your Choice of All Our Men's $1.00 and
$1.25 Shirts in Our Stock at 59c This
includes the madras, pongee, mercer
ized soisette, negligee pa
and outing shirts tJfc
Clearance Men's Underwear
All our men's full fashioned union suits
lisle and silk and lisle worth $4.00
and $5.00 a suit 2 fJQ
All our men's undershirts and drawers,
in silk, silk lisle and linen athletic
worth up to $4.00 a suit, at 9Sc
Choice of all our men's $2.00 lisle union
suits (excepting Munsing) at....98c
Choice of all our men's $1.00 and $1.25
union suits in lisle and Balbriggan, at,
a suit 50c
Choice of all our men's lisle undershirts
and drawers worth up to $1.25 on
sale at. - 35c and 49c
Choice of all our Men's Pyjamas
Worth up to $2.50,
Choice of all our Men's Silk Under
wear Worth up to
We Bought a Manufacturer's Entire Stock on Hand
3 basement specials
Choice of all our Men's Negligee
Shirts Worth up to q rn
75c, at ZtfC
Choice of all our Men's Under
shirt and Drawers HT
Worth up to 75c 25C
Men's Leather Belts Worth up to
An eastern manufacturer was unfortunate in having
several hundred coats spoiled in the making. The vests
nd pants wore perfect in every way. They were bought at
less than half their actual value. There are no coats to
match but the bargains are simply wonderful. Saturday,
for one day only. J fi m
These JPants and Vests are
Positively Worth up to $6.50.
Your Choice Saturday, for
Pants and Vests
All Our Men's Summer Suits Must Go at Once
ALL OUR MEN'S SUITS g?5
Tk.f TTnv . R.n Call! h. (a C15nfi r fi
luoi utiv utiu utiiu uy iv w . w v
These suits aro all In up-to-date summer styles. In
good patterns, and remarkable chance to buy a good
ALL OUR MEN'S SUITS $
That Have Been Selling up to $20.00, at
Here are stilts that three weeks ago you would be
glad to pay $20 for all new patterns well tailored.
ALL OUR HEN'S SUITS $
That Have Been Selling op to $30.00, at
Scores of fine suits all hand tailored new styles
high grade In every way.
Boys' itp-to-dats Wash Bults,
in the best variety mid tha
greatest styles, are bcinir sold
at great clearing; sule bargains.
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Clearing Sale Men's Straw Hats
Odds and ends, samples and broken lots of straw hats for
men, boys and children they are worth up to $1.50 in two
big lots'at 25c and 45i
Men's Straw Hats, worth ff rA
$2.00, at i H3v
Men's Straw Hats, worth &a AA
$2.50, at iJtiaVU f
Men'a Straw Hat, worth (A rA
ALL ON SALE MAIN
Men's $4 and $5 Straw
Hats at .....
Any Panama Hat in the
Children's 60c Wash Hats
and Caps at . ,
FLOOIt, OLD STORE,
BRANDEIS STORES OMAHA
The July Atlantic makes Its leading r-
tide on "Puritanism," by Guglielmo Fer
rero; Henry Waiterson, editor of the
.ouisvll'.a Courier-Journal, contributes a
paper on "The Personal Equation In Jour
nalisrn," In which he quotes, with compli
mentary allusion, from an article by Vic
tor Itosewator of The Bee. Brooks Adams
rites on "A Problem in Civilization." and
Edward O. Biason l.aa a paper on "An
Educational Emergency." The fiction is by
Sarah Arne Jewett, Anna Fuller and Harry
James Smith, and there Is another Install
ment of Oldeon Welles "A Phuy of the
Reconstruction Period." - .
Llpplncott's for July oontalns a novel, en
titled "The Lady Thaiia," by llenry u.
Rowland. Mary Roberts Rinehart, ElBle
Singmaster, and others contribute short
tories. Mrs. John Yan Vorst writes of
The Markets ot Paris," and thero are also
offerings of various kinds by John Kend
rick Bangs, Thomas L. Masson. Kills O,
Jones and W'lllard French. "Walnuts and
Wine" is up to this humorous department s
In the North American Review for July
Lord Curson has an article on "British
Rule In India." Archbishop Ireland writes
of the work of a Protestant body In Italy,
and Charles Johnston has a jpapr entitled
The Foreign Policy of the United fetates."
Louisa Collier Wilcox haa an appreciation
of BJornstJerne Blornson and Jane Addams
writes on "Charities and Social Justice."
Sydney Brooks contributes "Tha New Reign
In England," and there is tha usual review
of new books. "
Tha Popular Science Monthly for July
contains the following articles: "A Nat
uralist in tha Straits of Magellan," by Dr.
Charles Hasklns Townsend; "Tha Future
of tha 'Human Race," by Prof. T. D. A.
Cockerell; "Modern Medievalism," by Dr.
Frank T. Carlton; "Paleontologio Evidences
Of Climate," by J. W. Stanton; "InKllnct
and Intelligence In Birds," by Prof. Francis
II. Herrlck; "Medical Education In tha
United States" and "Robert Koch."
Tha July number ot Country Life In
America is devoted largely to outdoor Inter
estspursuits that tend toward' comfort and
coolness. The perennial Interests of country
living are not neglected, however house
building, horses, dogs, poultry, amateur
Tha July Issue of Cassler's Msgaslne con
tains articles of Interest both to tha en
gineer and to tha general reader, and ot
particular Interest Is aa account ot the
grain eiports of southeastern Europe, which
baa transformed soma comparatively un
known ports. ,
In tha July Progress Magastne Christian
IX Larson discusses the "Cure of Poverty.
P. Harvey Middleton lves an ao'count of
the Ufa of James Jerome HU1. Prof. Charles
8. Bicker of Harvard contributes the second
part ot his scries on "Experimental Psy
chology" and Rena Mansfield tells "What
Psychical Research Has Accomplished."
The fiction Is supplied by Horace Hazeltlne,
William MacLeod Ralne, Alleen Cleveland
Hlgglns and Ward Mule.
Sports Afield for July contains "A Shoot
ing Holiday in Mexico," "Sport in British
Columbia," "Lost In a Michigan Swamp,"
Across the Barren Orounds to Hudson's
Bay," "When Friendship Urges," "A Day's
Salmon Fishing In New Brunswick," and
other shooting and fishing stories.
The Red Book for July contains a story
by Frederick Palmer, "The Battle In Car
ber's Brain," nnd Edward Price Bell con
tributes "In the Black Shadow." Among tha
other stories are "Votes for Women," by
Leo Lebowich; "Day of Days," by George
Allen England; "An Enigma," by William
Hamilton Osborne; "Tha Ghost Dancer,"
by Bruce Farson Dacres; "The Primitive
Night," by Thomas Samson Miller, and
"The Cards of Solomon," by Carolyn Sher-
In Alnslee's for .July there is another In
stallment of Anthony Partridge's serial,
"The Golden Web," and among tha con
tributors of short stories are E. B. Lan
caster, Klngsland Crosby, Hermaa Whit-
aker, Kathrytt Jarboe, Adele Leuhrman,
Jane W. Guthrie, Johnson Morton and
Charles Neville Buck. Tha poetry la by
John Kendrick Bangs, Ellsa Armstrong
Bengough and Theodosta Garrison. ,
St. Nicholas for July haa a story by Cap
tain Harold Hammond, and E. 8. P. Lip
sett tells of "How Tom Whitney Astonished
the German Army" on Fourth of July. Mini
Hlldegarda Hawthorne discusses tha "Life
and Ballads of Robin Hood," and there Is
a new department, tha "Emorgenoy Cor
ner," conducted by Charlotte Brewster
The July Forum is tha first number to
be printed by Mltchel Kennerley. Among
the contributors of fiction are H. G. Wells,
George Meredith and Frank Harris. Among
tha articles of Interest are "Mark Twain
as an Orator," by Charles Vale, "America
In China," by Thomas F. Millard, and "The
Press and tha Publlo Official," by Julius
MOB LYNCH ESY0UNG NEGRO
Ma Chanced with Hobbery and
Arson Meets Death atllattlsr,
LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. July 8.-Sam
Powell, a negro charged with robbery and
arson, was hanged by a mob at Huttlg,
Ark., lato last night, according to a dis
patch received here tonight. He was 18
years of age.
ROCKEFELLER HAS BIRTHDAY
Celebrates Tlst Anniversary at Forest
Hill No Special Arrangements
Mark Observance of Day.
CLEVELAND, July 8.John D. Rocke
feller will celebrate his 71st birthday to
morrow at Forest Hill, his summer home.
According to his custom no special ar
rangements have been made for the ob
servance of the anniversary, the celebra
tion being confined to the tendering of con
gratulations by Mr. Rockefeller's Immediate
WATERLOO, la., July . (Special Tele
gram.) The nineteenth annual setmlon of
the Waterloo Chautauqua and Bible Insti
tute losed today after a successful season.
Fine speakers and enthusiastic audiences
characterized the ten days' course.
Iowa Newe rrotes.
ES?THERVILLE-Carl Thompson, a young
man 28 years of age, formerly of Esther
vllle, died at Oakes, N. D., yesterday. He
had been a rewldent of Esthervllle for
ESTHERVILLE The new 110,000 Chris
tian church is nearlng completion and will
be dedicated probably about August 30.
Work is progress ng very rapidly now on
the new U5,000 federal building.
CRESTON Vernon Sowash of this city
while riding a bicycle was run down by an
automobile driven by Oscar Truman yes
teiday and badly bruised. The accident,
however, was not due to the reckless driv
ing of the auto occupant, but rather to the
passing of a wagon, which hid the oncorri
W car from the bicycle rider".- view.
CRESTON William Jack, an old resident
of this place, died yesterday In Coakley
hospital here from heart trouble. His
famllv are visiting in Wyoming. Mr. JacH
formerly lived at Brldgewater.
CRESTON While standing In her yard
talking to a nelshbor Tuesday, Mrs.
Richard Wolch of Alton was stricken with
paralysis. Owing to her advanced age. her
chances for recovering are not encourag
ing. ESTHERVILLE Mr. Kenneth V. Turner,
an operator for the Rock Island, and
Edvth Neville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
O Neville of this city, were married this
eveilng at the home of the bride's parents.
They will reside here.
LOOAN Six automobile toads of Logan
fire fighters responded to the call for help
when the large barn on Mrs. Huber's farm
caught fire yesterday afternoon. The barn
was two and one-half miles from town,
and though the contents was too far gone
when the fire was dlRcovered to be saved,
yet adjoining farm buildings were saved
by volunteers. Tha barn and contents
were covered by Insurance.
GREENFIELD Mrs. Carrre Iler of
n,r,iM attempted suicide Monday
night while suffering from temporary In
sanity, by taking a dosa of carbollo acid.
(She, with her husband and little sou had
juttt returned home from the celebration
of tha Fourth and Mrs. Iler. complained of
not feeling well. While her husband wan
absent from the room a moment, she
swallowed the deadly drug, and Is in a
VILLISCA Creston gets the next fire
men's tournament. This was decided at
a business meeting held at VUllsca Tues
day afternoon, when a vote taken resulted
in a large majority of the votes being cast
for Creston. It was argued that Creston
was the most centrally located of any ot
the towns in the association, snd whilo
Creston put in no bid for the tournament,
it was the wish of the firemen to hold tha
UU tournament there.
LOG A N Roy McKean of Logan and" Rofa
Wiley of Woodbine celebrated the Fourth
at Logan by obtaining a marriage license
and being married. Two citizens of Ne
braska, VV. D, Gibson of Fremont and
Helen M.- Graskee of Blair came to Loiran
and were married here yesterday; also
Archie Armstrong and Miss Anna Giiluu
of Logan. Rev. W. B. Credson officiating
at the three marriages. After a wedding
trip of four months in Colorado Mr. and
Mrs. Armstrong will make their futuro
home at Logan.
Tha July Review of Reviews contains
"The Case ot Paladlno," by Joseph, Jast
row; "The Coming Crista in China," by
Adacht Klnnosuka; "Cancer as Known To
day," by Isaao Levin; "Tha Disease-Carrying
House Fly," by Daniel D, Jackson,
and Granville W. Mooney wrltea on "A
New Personality In Ohio Politics." There Is
tha usual comment on tha leading topics of
Interest and record of current events and
tha review of new books.
South 16th. St.
at Our Beautiful New Exclusive
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
List of Dates Win Applicants May
Taka Teats for Departmental
Work la Wstslsctss.
WASHINGTON; July 8. (Special Tele
gram.) Civil service examinations for posi
tions In tha departmental service In Wash
ington will be held this fall aa follows:
Nebrabka Omaha, September 14-21, Octo
ber 12; North PUtte, September 14, Octo
ber U; Beatrice, September 14; Grand Is
land, September 14-19, October 12; Lincoln.
September 1-1-10, October 12; Norfolk. Sep
tember 14, October 12.
Iowa Ames, September 14. October 12;
Burlington. September 14-, October 12; Ce
dar Kaplds, September 27; Council Bluffs,
September 14, October 12; Davenport, 8et
Umber 14, October U; Dea Moines, Septem
ber 14-24, October 12; Dubuque. September
14-28. October 13; Fort Dodge. September
14-23, October 11; Iowa City. September 14,
October 12; Msson City, September 14-SO,
October 11; Bloux City. September 14-22,
October 12; Waterloo, September 14-29, Oc
All Our High
yi jajsl g s
S sold from $35 to $75, your choice at
Please bear in mind that this extraordinary offer is
not to be judged by the sales recently held by other stores.
This Great Sale is the first clearance in our beautiful
new-store, and you may rest assured that you will find a
wonderful stock to choose from of beautiful and exclu
sive tailored suits, all practical styles.
Your Unrestricted Choice of Our Entire Stock
All Our Tailored
Sold at $35.00, 40.00,
$45.00, $50.00, $55.00,
$60.00, $65.00 & $75.00
All Our Tailored
Sold at $35.00, $40.00,
$45.00, $50.00, $55.
$60.00 and $69.50
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