Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 23, 1910, NEWS SECTION, Page 4, Image 4
T wn.i. -i.w.niimiiii. ii """ 111 ri I swim iiiiWmMm WiwMfcg-Msii - - - is sural i M sal i II I IT" ... - , snsnnnssi 11 I I 8'. ft l m BEE: OMATTA, SATURDAY, JULY Store Opca SitmJiji CaUl 10.09 P. M. Store Opea Satordaji Until 10:0) P. M Men's Summer Pants $950 Worm 55, JUS ted t At " Choice of erntl thousand pair that, but a few weeks ago retailed at 1 4 to $5 -light, medium and dark color a r straight or peg top styles. MiJ&iSv BIO PKICS SEDUCTIONS Men's Dot Weather Coats Men's 75c black and black and white striped coats 30 Men's $1.50 black nateen coats S8 Men's $2 alpaca coats 91.48 AM kinds of old Rummer Coat atpnra, mo. hair, silks or Kerne cut to almost half price. 23. into. , n n u s r - - - j . n ii U ere Is Where You Can Save 4 to 4 On a ily CfldDflltoi !HiIa la no ordinary clearing positively Bell every suit In our $pnrwo and three-piece Snmmw Butts jre reduced la price to the abso--Y ' lot limit. Too can't make a Y mistake la buying at " " " " these prices. ' Men's 'and Young Men's ,J, $12.50 and $13.50 1 SUMMER SUITS 1 cut v , $50 Men's' and Young Men's k $15.00 and $17.50 i SUMMER SUITS vOut tO. . . m . MM. MB. Brandeis Stores Men' $10.00 Suits, small slses only; on sale. In base ment Men's regular $3.60 odd pants, greatest alue erer known; base ment $1.98 Bartley Case Brought Into the Campaign Richard L. Metcalfe Tells Why He . Signed Petition for Parole of Embezzling Treasurer. (From a Staff Correspondent.) UNCO UN, July B.-(Speclal Telegram.) A few dry bones ware dug- up today la the flsmocrstlo senatorial fight and the Indica tions are more are to be unearthed before long. , The evening newspapers published a story about Richard L. Metcalfe having signed a petltloa for the parole of Joseph 8. Bartley, defaulting state treasurer. Metcalfe has an Idea, that Senator Burkett worked the Information to the press through a demo crat who Is opposed to blm. So Metcalfe gave out this statement about his connec tion with Bartley: ' 'It If true I signed the Bartley petition. I also wrote an editorial endorsing Ms parole. I thought that Bartley and his family had suffered sufficiently, particu larly when the politicians who became re prvnnaiMa for hie shortage by borrowing money from him had not been punished at all. If this act of nine has any bearing en the senatorial contest, I am glad for very democrat to be reminded of It before the primaries. This story, like several oth ers, originated at this time at Senator Burkett's headquarters. If Is Important I will let the senator explain to his repub lican friends why bis vote was cast with the Bartley force in the republican con vention of 1901 on the resolution ordering Bextley's return to prison. I will also let ' the senator explain to men generally why he Is interesting himself so deeply In the effort to bring about my defeat In the dem ocratic primaries.. Does be want to pick the democratic nominee as well as the re publican nominee?" "AUDREY, THE RELIC," STRUCK BY TRAIN AT ASHLAND Uaa tfivldeatly Kanwa la Cklraao Killed o Platte llUer Bridge by Barllaataa Engine. ASHUAND. Neb., July 21 -(Special Tele gram.) Burlington paasenger train No. 3. due in Ashland at 6:07, today struck and Instantly killed a man at the west end of the Platte river bridge. From papers.cn his person he is believed to be "Audrey, the relic." He had a card on his person reading, St Stephen society No. 1, in care ot John Zaeztc, l&t AVest Twenty-second street. Chicago. - Engineer McCoy wal in charge of the train. The remains were turned over to Harford A Waltermelr, and the coroner of Baundera county was noil fled to hold an inquest, which wll prob ably be done tomorrow. KANSAS GUARANTY LAW GOES INTO EFFECT TODAY After Being Held laoaeratlvo for Several Months, tt will Anplr to Ranks. TOPEKA. Kan., July tl-After having been held Inoperative for several months, the state bank guaranty law will go into effect tomorrow morning in Kansas. Sixty days ago the t'nlted States court of ap peals at St. Paul dismissed the temporary Injunction secured from Judge Pollock of the federal court here by the national bankers restraining the enforcement of the S11Z nsnmannaWMsV EbEsWhSB $1 5.00 ii.ii ii. mil - - QJJ sale. It Is a 'determined sacrifice of every man's summer suit stock at onco no matter yhat the former value. A MOST EXTRAORDINARY OFFEE Men's and Young Men's Absolutely Guaranteed Fast Blue Serge Suits Actually Worth $20.00, at Silk lined suits in the season's newest models for men Bn'dyoung men biggest bargains ever offered at $11.75. t . - -J Men's odd Coats. Coats ' and Vesta r ' medium slses basement $2.50 Boy's Clothing AT ABOUT ONE-HALF. PRICE Prices cut to the lowest level In our de termination to get rid ot all summer goods. Boys' $3.00 Knickerbocker Suits ... $1.69 Boys' $4 Knickerbocker Suits, with extra pair of pants to match . $2.69 Boy's 16 Knickerbocker Suits, broken lots at $3.es Boys' (10 and 8.60 finest Knickerbocker Suits, 8 Alleged Fugitives Held at Beatrice Trio Arretted in Secluded Spot While Extracting ' Nitroglycerine . from Dynamite. BEATRICE. Neb.. July 22.-(Speclal Tele gram.) Three men giving the names ot Frank Black, James Wilson and Frank Jackson were arrested at W'ymore today on the charge of robbing a store at Clyde, Kan:, a tew nights ago. Some, of the stolen property was found In their possession. The officers this morning located the three men on the banks of the Blue river in a secluded place where they were en gaged In removing nltro-glycerlne from 1&0 pounds of dynamite which they had stolen from the stone crusher plant east of Wy more. It is supposed they were getting the nltro-glycerlne to be used in blowing safes. A complaint was filed against the men charging them with being fugitives from Justice. The sheriff from Clyde arrived at Wymore this evening and will take the trio back to Kansas as soon as he secures requi sition papers. The bffloers say they will arrest a num ber of Wymore residents tomorrow for har buiiiia t"0 men and rrtns to give thair names. Two Greek were arrested at Wymore this evening on the charge of obtaining money under false pretense. A special guard lias been stationed at the jail to prevent the prisoners from making their escape. FORMER TECUMSEH MAN FOUND DEAD IN IDAHO K. W. Kaler Asks aelgkbora to Help Ulna ua Hanuu Tbejr kind HIim abut Uead. TECUMSEH, Neb., July 22. (Speclal.) VV ord iiaa I cached '1 ecumaeh of the death of . W. Jialey, fur many years a resident of Ked Cloud and later in the shoe busi ness In Tecumaeh a:id In a general nier- chandisa store at Elk Creek, at his ranch In southern Idaho. It seems that Mr. I Kalty, who, with his wife, had been living In Denver, hud this summer been living alone in a shuck on his ranch. One day last week he went among his neighbor, and secured promises from sunve of them that on a certain day they would come to bis place and help htm burn tags bruali. When they arrived they found Mr. Kaley's body, life having been extlr.ct for some time, lie was in his bhack and a double barrelled shotgun ' was i ear. It was evi dently either a case ef suicide or an acci dental death. He was about 42 years of age. AUTO LAWS Ilepablloana Demand More Strlnaent Itoad llrgulatloni. BEAVER CITY. Neb.. July 23.-(Speclal Telegram.) The republican county conven tion today Instructed the delegates to the slate convention to vote for a county option plank In the state platform. Resolutions were adopted commending President Taft and endorsing the work of Senators Burkett and Brown and Congressman Norrts; also resolutions for good roads and demanding mora alrlngent laws governing automobiles. The delegates to the state convention are: K. C. Wagner. John Crouch, Arapahoe; T. M. Dav Beaver City, M. Drown, Cam bridge. It. U. Miller. J. F. Uoltigaugh, Hol brooke Lr. E. E. Cone, Oxford Cksuri if QJJ Cut to., Cut to. . Boys 7 5 c khaki Knick erbocker pants basement, 88c BREWING COMPANY LOSES AND FINDS DRAFT HORSE Edward Allen Arrested at Valler and Chara-ed with Stealfnar Animal from Stable. FREMONT, Neb., July 22. (Special.) Edward Allen was arrested near Valley this morning on the charge of stealing one of the heavy team horses belonging to the Fremont Brewing company. When ar ralgned before a Justice of the peace he declined to plead, but waived preliminary examination and was held for trial to the district court. The theft was discovered by one of the barn men about i o'clock and two hours later Allen was arrested. A buggy and harness were also taken. The horse was shod with rubber pads instead of the or dlnary shoes and was easily tracked from the barn to a po.nt Just south of Valley, The man must have done some rapid work hitching up, as a watohman Is employed at the plant, who had made his rounds only a short time before the horse was found miaalng. ii 0. D. BASSINGER LAID AT REST One of Bancroft's Oldest Cltl vU Known in nniinmd. Work, Is Barled. BANCROFT. Neb.. July M.-(Speoial.)-O. L. liasswger, one of Bancroft's oldest and most respected citiiens, died at his borne in this city July IT of cerebral de generation. Mr. Baadinger was born In Oneida county, New York, October 10, 1841, and at an early age moved with his parents to Grand Rapids, Mich., and a few years later to Racine county, Wisconsin, where he grew to manhood and married Miss Mary Morris in October, 18tS2. To them were born five children, four of whom are living, Edward O. having died at Bancroft September 26. lSHi. The others, except Fred Q. of Taooma, Wash., with the aged wife, were w'llh Mr. Baaslnger when he died. Mr. Basslnger was one of the old-time railroad men in this part of the country UP to bci"K wlth th8 Io ch Istruction. company when it built the road from Webster City to Sioux City (after ward the Illinois Central railway), after which he was paaaenger conductor on the ioux City & l'aclfic between Sioux City and Mlsiourl Valley. Severing his connection with this com pany, he went to Contra! America with the Asninwall at Panama railway, with L. U. Richards, wbero be remained for several months. Returning from there he went to Kaclne, Wis., where he engaged In the livery bunlne3 with his brother, V. I. Uaaaingcr. In UTS he engaged la the hotel business until l&ki, when he came west to Uanrrott, and In company with C. A. Ran some engaged in the hardware business, which he continued for eighteen years, at which time he was forced to retire on ac count of ill health. Mr. Baasluger took an active part In the early life of this town, assisting in Incor porating it and was elected chairman of the board of trustees and continued - In this capacity for four years. Mr. Bassln ger had always 'been very active and in dustrious and was always upright and honorable in his dealings with his fellow men. The funeral was held from his late home at 2 p. in. Tuesday, July 19. where a large number of his friends gathered to pay their luut respects. Good Suit (2 in Brandeis Stores. We will $1TR These suits are silk mixed worsteds, homespuns, fancy casslmeres, brown cheviots, black and blue serges, etc. Men's and Young Men's $18.00 and $20.00 SUMMER SUITS $12?? Men's and Young Men's $22.50 and $25.00 SUMMER SUITS $15 Brandeis Stores Boys' Base Ball ' Suits shirt, cap, belt and quilted pants at Children's 39c romper play suits, 15c Wisconsin Swept by Forest Fires Tremendons Property Logs in North ern and Eastern Sections Entire Towns Destroyed. TVAUSAU. Wis., July 22. The losses from forest fires In the districts north and east continue and every hour brings reports of new country invaded. The flames are sweeping a large portion of central Wla consln. So far the only village burned Is Helneman, but Irma, Gleason and Bloom vllle are in Imminent C anger. The 400 in hablntants of Helneman are still at Gleason, from whence the people will be taken out by train tonight it the flrea come nearer. The practical destruction this morning of the Huntington forest reserve near Kelly Is a aerlous los to the state. The loss will reach 1500,000. The town ot Anlwa did not burn aa re ported, tha loss being confined to a saw mill at Washburn sldirg near Anlwa with a loss of I4S.OG0. Light rain felt at noon, but not enough to do any good. ' The Helneman Lumber company's mill burned at Helneman April 4 and the con cern now loses every vestige of property there. The loss will be 1300,000. H. H. Helne man said today that rebuilding was un certain. Refugees from Helneman say the town seemed to burn at once, flames Jumping 200 feet and enveloping every nouee but two. All inhabitants, however, had been taken - to Gleason two hours previous and no lives were lost. A telephone mesago from Gleason at t o'clock today stated that forest fires were threatening the town and the people were frightened, but that it was not believed that the town was in any special danger. Blcomvllle la still threatened. The popu lation is 126. Tha saving of the lives of the people at Helneman which was destroyed, was due to the energetic action of H. H. Helneman, who took a St Paul train with out waiting for permission from the rail road company and ran the train back and forth until everybody was out of the vil lage and all the lives were saved. The town of Helneman, which was de stroyed, consisted of about seventy build ings, power plant andp roperty of the Helne man Lumber company. Only one cottage and a sohoolhouse remain standing. WASHINGTON T0 HAVE BANK Experimental Institution Will Be Vader Ere of Postmaster Ueu.raL WASHINGTON, July 2J.-Thls city will have one ot the first experimental postal savings bsnks to be established under the poetal savings bank bill, according to an announcement made today at the Post offlce department. The eom'mlttee of gov ernment ' officials, which Is working on plans for the establishment of the system, believes that one of the bsnks should be directly under the eye of the postmaster general, so that the committee may keep in constant touch with Its operation and make necessary changes. According to tha estimate of the com mittee, each poatofflre In the country will have to keep an average ot two ledgers, which will necessitate the keeping of from SO.OUO to luO.Ooo ledgers and the employment ot about 4,000 bookkeer.tr & J Saturday For Ono Day Only p ' Your Unrestricted Choice Amy Men's LowSIioes IN OUR ENTIRE STOCK All Styles, All Sizes St. t i'iany Actually Priced Up to $5.50, at Brandois Greatest Sale of Men's Summer Shirts HUNDREDS OF MEN'S FINE UP-TO-DATE SHIRTS-In clev.er, new patterns, many coat styles, some rm STfcv with collars attached, etc worth up to $1.50, aPC YOUR CHOICE OF HUNDREDS OF MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Worth up to $3.00, at Men's Lisle Union Suits, $1.50 and 12.00 values, at '. 98 Men's Lisle and Balbrlggan Union Suits, $1 values, at 50 Men's Silk and Linen Athletic Shirts and Drawers, worth up to 12.00, at 98 SB ESS! 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Saturday For Ono Day Only fir O I V $1.15 Men's Lisle and Mercerized Mesh Shirts and Drawers, worth up to 1125. at 35 and 49 Men's 4 and $5 full fashioned Union Suits, at, a suit.. $2.50 Men's Lisle Web Suspenders, are worth up toSOo pair, at 17J4 Down Goes Prices on All the Men's 1 2, $2.B0 Hats, 81,45 All All the Men's $ Hats, at . . . .$1.05 All All the f 4 and f S Straw Hata, $2.95 All Boys' and Children's Wash Hat and Cap lot, at BRANDEIS ive Hundred For the arrest and conviction of the party or parties guilty of attempting to wreck, with explosives, the steel work on this company's power station building at Fifth and Jackson Streets shortly after midnight on the night of July 21st. Omaha & Council Dluffs Street Railway Co, Includes such well known makes of Men's Low Shoes, as Florsheim, Hurley Shoe Company, T. D. Barry Shoe Company, Excelsior and others. IB L i ,,MJln..jWprff,,,:..,I). Men's 60c Silk Lisle Hose; at, a I pair 25 s Men's, 26c Bilk Lisle Hose, it a S Pr ....lOt J Men's Straw Hats Straw Hat, Values up to BOo, 10 the) Men'a Straw Hats, at . . .45 the Men's 8c Straw Hata 45 Values up BOo In, one in 1UC STORES n J Wot forMefl! Om3 is totally, rig 1 J 1 . nd exclusively a woman's" Store. Our one thought, effort, impulse, desire, Is to furnish the most precise styled, sturdily qualities "Women's" Shoes as yet offered to Omaha's "Fair Ones," at .95 and $2.45 pSr Dollars 4 i 1 i n V 0 i i 1 V f ( ! J Jj Wn 00.004, 1 p. m.