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THE REE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 13. 1912.
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fsLm .Wool Dresses
?r MACS TO SELL UP TO $15, $20 and
e. - M morf I a - - . ' V As. J - ., -
a.T"' r: -I ' ,fi . : g
Jiafc to Sell at 515, $20 and
mi 50 'Women's
SlaW Made te Sell at $20
.r Whipcords, tVench serges, fancy mix
tures and novelty cloths clevpr spring
fstyles worth up toiO-Oa . .
h Women's $7,50 and
These up-to-date skirts made'
hnnd novelty mixtures the new paneled ideas smart and dressy A Qg
CTiis can be all sizes and worth up to $10.00, at.. . VJvO
r Notable Sale
$8.00 and $10.00 Show Room Model
: . i Bought from a
Just 200 stunning show room
clever and popular! new gtylBincliylmj Jhtfaverite
tz Continental effects, silk hats
x-hip straw hats trimmed with flowers as well
ttas rough straw effects. ! . Newest 'combinations
'ot spring nluules made
hito sell up to $10.00, at....
PRE DEMOCRATS HARMONY
.-tjuii Gmenther Tire ol Having Hit
;r Eoud Kicked Around.
3S : inn GETS ' A BE0ADSIDE
-" '" '
' -ftM - History, mt thm Cu i
r-- rkalraua mt the DraMratte
33ri Grurathar. forner chslnnaa f
democratic elata eoaralttM, Is UU
m'hm thtav. capaeuilr iaeMrau coa
ffrt wlta tk Bhalloilwraw campalga
4 1M aa4 tb Bryan Voluatear
jfteat, ot whtch a was Mm caoler th&t
f. His letxar la Id reply to charaaa
by I. 1. Iunn ot Omaha, aa4 Is ot
Zpmvtam InUrwt. Mr. OramtlMr say:
. -'Te Kbraka Dcmocrau: Tbo cam
f t ot caaractcr amarinatioa has
ch4 saottaor siasa. It la no charsot
XI lnUmatad by Tool Alloa. L 1. Duas
mi otbor allosoa tfoaocraUc Midwa that
Z-la IMS, rood an4 dtaburaed brovoiy
f aad la my capacity a oKrotary ot tho
wyu Volontoora and of ta state tom
auUoa. Orlcmally It u chairoa that
tt brawory noaay was aaaot by ma
4 ataet oartala aaaaMnL Now the chars
li shlttad. ao aa ta suck tha polsooos
ftggOT Into Me. CbaUtabcrsar by aue
-S that I speat it la baoalt ot htm
;il a caadldata for soraraor.
Tatae charsa an mtmllr malignant
'.lU-wlm, Thay ara aa a par vita
rfia atUKka auda oa Gaaaraor Uarmea
-iy Mika Harrtnctoa. aa Benotor Hllch
;iick by Mr. Bryaa ami oa myaalt aa a
ark yaraa tobbnat. Tha pucpoaa u
ri'auajy ta epiattar with mo4 uot Cltk
,'Kr acmoetaa who win eat take hie ok
m from Tom Aiia and his kttla caaa
t want to aay thia. eaeeirkallyi .
I- I (4 wot raodTc a atacia AoUar
31MI 'r" aay eaaire aot Uatad la
J. Bryaa Voiuataar atatemaat.
" Laa Htrdmaa ann haa raid a
".J'tHar ot moaay to ata at aay paUtieal
,m1h. and Mttbar haa aay oaa alaa
- (r-Twrun to rcpraaant any biaaaii or
. ; tperUJ lateraat.
1 II a eaaotetciy aartnao that Mr.
iilJakaraa- la , aakot mU I was
Just 700 dresses in this big pur
chase, and they include every new
feature for Spring, 1912. Lightweight
wool dresses of fine whipcords,
French serges, etc., in tans, blue,
' grey and many all
Hine stripes. Many
, lars and cuffs, others embroidery
Also manv silk dresses of dainty fou-
v lards, fanrv strined.
( - fm - t f '
"' patterns many with
trimmings others with
i -1 j
i S coionru iJiiMiiif.
A Not a dress worth
4;TOairy worth double
00 for W.men's Novelty
line serges and novelty cloths in a
score of new spring style features in all
sizes for women and misses every new
color values up to $17.50.
$10 Tailored Dress Skirts at $3.98
of fine voile and other fabrics
in Millinery Department
New York Manufacturer,
models, showing every
and: wintered burnt
Hits at $5.00 MV
MISSES' and JUNIORS' TRIMMED HATS
ililan and new peanut straw hats as well as the pretty
girlish white lace effects never such an 7r i P
assortment in Omaha, at i I DC 10 93
SALE of TRIMMED HATS at $2.50.
Big special purchase of newest shas for summer 1912
every correct shape and even- new shade- f ft pa
, untnmmed hats made to.sell at $4 and $3, at . . vLd U
rtlnc any brawery monry to uaa la bis
bahalt or warnad ma coacarnlng It
' Nclthar Bhallcngergar. Kdward E.
Hawaii or Lta Hcrdmaa. aamad by I. J.
Duna aa hla witaaaaaa. will aay publicly
or to any one aaking than that any
tatamant mada by Dunn aad raflectlnr
oa-mals trua.-- -... .
And now . I Want to tall my fallow
d amor rata, whoaa raspart sad coaDdaaca
ara vary-dear -to ma. tho plain. oaar
Blahad truth about tha 1901 campaign.
"I startad with tha manaaamant ot tha
Bryaa Voluntaara on January la, attar
aumaroua and urgent roquaata from Tom
Allan, Mr. Bryaa'a brothar-la-law. Vtom
that day untU alectloB I worked Ilka a
alave. aad narar racatvad a cant or
wanted a cant for my aanrlcaa. . What
I did, was dono freely, out of love for
tha cauae. and nobody knows this batter
thaa Bryaa and Allaa.
Until BVptrmber 1 I did my work
at Colombua. Thaa I moved my head
quarter to Lincoln and worked from
there. Warn tha democratic .elate plat
form convention mat la Lincoln, tha lat
ter part ot Sept amber. Mr.. Bhailenbarcer
want before tha committee aad made a
reqoeet that aonwbody be eepedally
deatanated to take charge of hla cam
paian.' Arlhuur, r. MuUea and Tom
Allen, aapactally Allan, orged ma for tola
duty, which waa agreeable to PhaJfen
enr. I proteated. alnce aU my work
op to that Um had beaa done tor
Bryaa. aad my heart aad soul ware la
tha Bryaa cauae. I frit that, with tha
right effort. Bo aa could win, while the
MkaUeabenmr campaJcn looked to ma
a all bat aopeleea. But Allea waa chair
man of tha commute, and Mr. Bryaa'a
brother -la-law aad spokoamaa. aad 1
finally yielded to hla taatetaoee. That
Is how. after eight months of Incaaaaat
work. I eajne te shift from Bryaa to tl
Bnalleabemor end of the flgtiL
Helped Allea a.
"Whaa I flrat movad to Lincoln. Allea
was abort of funds for tha state com
mittee, and aakod ma for help out of tha
Bryaa Voiuataar 'funds, for office help,
portage, etc. 1 gave him this help. xhea.
whew I took bold of the anallanbercat
campaign, ha told ma to aao tha Volun
teer fUBde for eattloc out let t era and
Printed matter Cor ShaUeaberger. that
aoaUeabcrger had coairUmtad ta the
$22.50 v 4
white and hair
with lace col-
mired them in our
front show window.
They range in price
; from $o to $10 in
Art Dept., at, each
rineed and fisrured
lace collar and cuff
self trimming and
less than $10.00 and
or more on sale on
blacks, fancy stripes
lata committee and we would make a
common pot cut of the atata committee
and Volunteer funde. though the ec
eounta ware kept separately.
"I uard between S2.S0S and Hew for
ghallenberger out of tha Volunteer fundi.
Every penny or It waa accounted for
la tho statement laiued to members of
the Volunteers. The Bryaa Volunteer
statement book shows every Item ot re
ceipts and expenditure, with exact
datea, and I court the cloeeet Investi
gation. The money there accounted for
Is all I received and all I used. I never
sent out a dollar for workers. I have
always prided myself oa acrupuloua ex
actness and honesty In the matter of
campaign funds. Only about seven week
aao 1 received, from Mr. L J. Dunn
himself, a cordial letter complimenting
ma oa tha manner in which I had ac
counted for the money of the Democratic
State club, and expressing the wish that
there were more clean and able demo
crat like myself la Nebraska New he
eays I was a dliburaer of brewery funds
la 1M and be knew it all the time. Not
only did I use no brewery money, ex
cept that accounted for In the Volunteer
statement, but at ao time la the Shal
lenberger campaign, by letter or word
of mouth, did I raise the 'wet' and 'dry'
Issue, or try to raise It The Issues were
ettoa, and I confined myaelf to the
guaranteed deposits and matters ot tax-
mha Llaoor latereata Help.
"All the brewery money I received as
secretary la 1901 la listed, and the name
of tha donor gtvea la the Bryaa Volun
teer published statement. Every dollar
of It waa raised before the Denver con
vention, end before 8halleaberger was
nominated for governor. Every brewer
In Omaha, with. I think, one exception,
and many saloon keepers, appear la that
Bryaa Volanteer book, together , with
ether brewers and jalooa keepers
throughout the state. H. v. Haywaid.
an Omaha brewer, rot mora members
thaa any one elaa. Ha eol idled all toM
Ul members, whose par menu amounted
te HA la recognltloa ot hla semcea.
he wee awarded lh. Bvran Volunteer
flag, which he and Meier Klein, an
Omaha ttquor dealer carried through tha
"I noticed a ntunbsr ot things ta the
SPECIAL SALE MAIN FLOOR
Complete with top, back and edge.
Without inside pillow.
Positively worth $5.00 to $10.00, at $1.50. -
In American Beauty Rose, Violet, Chrysan
themum, Daisy and large number of conven
tional designs. These slips are just ready
for the pillow with satin edges, silk cords
and heavy fringe effects. Thousands ad
The New Corsair Waists
Made with Peplum $1 Aft
Spring's Cleverest Design . . V 1 " w
On a Main Floor Bargain Square we ofter hun
dred! of new arrivals in these clever spring and sum
mer waists; daintily made and selling elsewhere at 12.
SALE OF MESH BAGS
g.1 German Silver Mrsh Bags with 6-Inch frame, kid
lined, at .' '. . 81.98
94 German Silver Mesh Bags, revers
ed mesh special at r -82.29
$.1 German .Silver. Meek. Bags, kid
lined; beautiful grape design on
frame and fringe, of mesh hanging"
in points, at $2.98 '
Most wonderful values aver known
in mesh bags. -
' IN CHILDREN'S DEPT. 2D FLOOR '
Children's new and pretty coats in ages 4 to'' H
dainty spring styles made to sell at 6 and dC
I7.6U Saturday at $v
Broken lota ot children's good quality spring coats,
4 to 14 years, values up to S4.00, gQ
Children's Pretty Wash Dresses, worth up A H
to $2.60, at $1.00 and JlOU
ANNUAL SALE OF ROSE BUSHES
j and Other Shrubbery.
Strong, hardv bushes that will bloom this sea-
Great variety of Robcs, Honeysuckles,
Wisteria, Clematis, lilacs, etc., etc. '
that regularly sell as high as $1.00
Saturday at, each
BASEMENT MILLINERY DEPT.
Sample In trimmed Shapes In good, new spring
styles and colors. Select from hundreds Q
that are worth up to 11.60, at OS7C
BOO Women's Spring Hata Show room samples ot
trimmed millinery, worth up to $5, at y gft
$1.60 and JOU
campaign of 190 which looked peculiar
to me. and some of them have helped
explain things happening alnce then.
"When the platform committee met 1
spoke to Arthur F. Mullen, a member
ot the committee, and told him two
things I would like to sea in the plat
form. One waa a plank for the election
of precinct assessors, and the other a
Plank for the Initiative and referendum
He told me the platform draft prepared
la advance already contained the Initia
tive and referendum. ....
rialac the PUt farm.
"After the committee had adjourned
I was not present at the meeting I no
ticed the assessor plank waa In. but the
Initiative and referendum plank had been
cut out. I asked Mullen why It was left
out He told me that Tom Allea and
other friends ot Mr. Bryaa didn't want
It in. I later asked Allea why Bryaa
didn't went it, and he told me such a
plank would hurt Bryaa la the east. He
said, moreover, the liquor people are
treating us sll Tight sad we a anted to
leave both the Initiative and referendum
and county option out ot the platform.'
Shallenberger. I remember, wanted the
Initiative and referendum indorsed: and
had a draft ot hie own containing It
But the upshot of It was that It waa left
out of the platform, which was adopted
la conformity with Mr. Bryan's wishes,
lust ss It wss left out of the platform
adopted earlier In the year by the stats
convection that elected deles' tee te the
"1 am not surprised that I. J. Dunn Is
seeking aa excuse ta attack ShaUenbergar.
Mr. Dunn, who Is a brewery attorney,
haa never for sir en Shallenberger for
signing the I o'clock law. Before the law
was signed he boasted that he 'could ban
die Shallenberger' and he went to Lin
coln aad made the principal speech
that waa mada urging the governor ta
vote the law. When the governor disre
garded the mstructtoae of trie brewery
attorney and attached hie name to the
act, he laid himself subject to slander
and sbuss at Dunn's hands whenever
Dunn can find tha opportunity. .
Dancer for Deuaorrata. "
"1 have learned a great many things
ta this fight. Oaa is that It la danger
ous for aay Nebraska democrat to think
tor himself It he speaks aad acta aocord-
REMARKABLE SALE OF REED & BARTON'S
Quadruple Silver Plated Tea Sets
Plates, Dishes and All Kinds of Hollow Ware
at Bargains Nerer Before Offered in Omaha's History
"We bought 2,000 pieces of this famous Keed & Barton silver from a famous
New York wholesaler at a big reduction. It is plated on hard white metal and is
the finest silver plated ware made. It is sold exclusively to jewelers.
The purchase includes tea sets, serving trays, coffee pots, fruit bowls, kettles,
samovars, vases, creamers and sugars, plates and dishes of al) kinds, and Saturday!
on main floor, we place, the entire stock on sale.
At Less Than One-Half Their Wholesale Value -.
POSITIVELY MOST WONDERFUL BARGAINS EVER SEEN IN SILVERWARE
$2.50 and $3 individual silver creamers will go at, each, $1. '
300 odd silver pieces, sugar bowls,
creamers, cups and many ("A
other pieces, worth $3 to V I 9v
$5, at ;
Large, fancy serv
ing trays, large tea
pots, cof f e e pots
cake' stands, new
style castors, pierced
work, fruit bowls,
large, massive pieces
worth up to $12, at
Special Prices Hair Goods
Transformations that wil go around the head,
made" of fine hair; $5.00, values at $3.98
18 and 20-inch Switches, natural fluffy hair, worth
$2.00, at '.. .....98C
22-inch Natural Wavy Switches, $3 values $1.49
24-inch Natural, Wavy German Hair Switches-
$3.50 values, at $1.95
2G-inch Natural AVavy German Hair Switches; $3
values, at $3.98
28-inch Natural Wavy German Hair Switches
worth $8.00, at . . :' -$5.98
24-inch Net Covered Rolls, at -35c
Washable Hair Rolls, worth 75e, at 50c
Extra large size Real Hair Nets, 35c size, at. .25c
Two extra large size nets for .5c
Coiffures and Braids
from your combings or
supplied by us.
. , . . ,k I
Ing as he thinks. I hope, however, that I
the mudslingers will keep on with their
work. I court the closest Investigation.
It has always been my way of doing
business. In or out of politics, ro do It
honestly and honorably. And so long
ss this discussion has started I hope
they will carry it oa further. I am la
a mood and In possession of facta to
tear the mask ot saintllneas and reform
from the faces ot the political McNa
marsa who are making their foul accusa
tions and vile Insinuations against hon
est men.. To thoee who are hurling the
filth 1 eay. '81 nee you nave started this
personal fight, keep It up.' 1 have only
barely begun to unburden myself. I
haven't worked faithfully and hard for
all these years without reward or hope
ot reward now to submit myself tamely
to character assassination without tell
ing the truth about some things I know.
"la conclusion, I say, as la the begta
nlng. I know nothing whatever of any
brewery contributions In 1M eutalde of
what , appear la the Bryaa volunteer
list.- Like -eh notorious mystery of
what became of the fli.ee sent inta Ne
braska to Tom Allea In 19M la behalf ot
Judge Parker, 'when Allen waa chair
man of the - state committee, and for
which Allen never accounted, the story
ot brewery money ta democratic politics
must be told by some one other than
myeeU. "C. M. GRUENTHER."
CURES SOLDIERS WITH "606"
British Army garateoa la ladla A
eaaapltahee Caad Reealla with
Khrlteh S perl lie.
Keo-eaJvaraea, which Is common lr
called TH" from the famous etUh ex-
wf Dr. Paul Ehraca, by which
no evolve hla epadfle tor the eairillar
iafeeaoaa ot the Mood, at being triad ,
with oa usual success among the Brtth- !
tab so hilars la ladla. accord lug to aa
article which Captain E. C. French. M.
D, F. B, C. 8. Kdrn, Royal Army Medi
cal eorpe, haa contributed to a recent
number of the British MedtcaT Journal.
Captain Frwaea la a eoa-ta-law of IX N.
Carvalbo, the haadarrlttag expert eg thts
Cantata FTraacb la stationed at Ah
measager Dorsal a. South ladle, aad find
ing that a number at his soldiers
Most wonderful bargains in the sale
are these large samovars, coffee ma
chines, massive vases, loving
, loving cups,
and other rich and
elegant silver pieces,
made to sell from
$23 to $30, which
we offer t.
Scores of other articles in silver on sale
Saturday. Such a sale as this has never
been seen in Omaha. Thousands hnve ad
mired the window. This silverware at less
thnn one-hnlf wholesale
Switches, Puffs and Trans
formations dyed by eiperts.
and Scalp Treatments.
suffering from the spirillar infection a
-,h. h. .h,... .
tubes of "COS" from J. K. R. McDonagh
of the London Dock hospital.
The specific was received ta the form
of a yellow powder hermetically aealed
In a glase ampulla. One end of the glass
ampulla wss to be broken off by tho
physician when he waa reedy to use the
specific, and the contents turned out Into
a glass mortar which had been sterilised.
Captain Pfreorh flrat dissolved the yel
low powder la as small a quantity of
ethyl alcohol aa possible. To this be
added about tea cubic centimeters ot
very hot water, aid then stirred the
fluid vigorously until it seemed quit
homogeneous. Thaa ha added a email
quantity of sodium hydrate (forty grama
to the Uteri aad a few drops of aa al
cobolle solution of phenol pht ha Ida - and
enough normal acetic add to cauae the
red color of tha mixture to disappear.
Finally, a few drops of normal sodium
hydrate were added until the mixture as
sumed a faint rose tint.
The mixture waa Injected Into the pa
tient s shoulder with an unusually large
bored needle, the mixture bring particu
larly apt to become attcky and thick, ac
Tha warr great majority' of persons Bead a tonic is tha Spring or early
Bummer. The system undergoes a chant at this season and tha entire
physical machinery la disturbed. Tha general bodily weakness, a tired,
worn-oat ieelmg. nckls appetite, poor dignstmn, a half sick feeling and ft .
general run-down condition o the system, show that tha blood is weak or
anaemic, and a blood purifying tonic ia needed to build up tha deranged
avatam and enrich tha blood. Tha uaa of 8. 8. 8. at this time mar aava .
Ton from a long spaa of sickness, and
long, hot Bummat. Many people hare
became ao wwajranea ana dopes tea a
germs, ana nave paua tor uw uegjave wiw a apnu ui iarrer, matana or noma
other debilitating aickaeaa. 8. 8. 8. is Natura'a ideal tonic. It la a
composition of tha extracts and juices of roots, herbs and barka which '
science and experience have proraa ara best fitted for a tonic to the human
system. It contains no minerals ot any kind and is therefore perfectly ants '
for parsons of any age. 8. S. S. tones ap the stomach and digestion, rids
the srstam of that tired, worn-out feeling, and imparts njror and strength
to every part of tha body. It purifies aad an-lrhas tha blood, atimulates
tha secreting and excreting members to better action, quiets tha over
imlrrr, assTa sad niaaas one fael better fa every war.
THJS SWIFT S?OFlC CO. ATLAS?! OA.
cake stands, sandwich plates,
bread trays, serving trays, . CaQQ
.fruit bowls, covered tureens,- V 0
up to $10, at
pitchers; - kettles,
serving' trays and
many other hand
some1 pieces that
were originally in
tended to sell as high
$15, will go at
00 pairs In Un and black leath
srs. batton and laoatyjes, wuk
Goodyear welted soles, broad
high to lasts, also I few oustom
lasts all sixes and widths In
one style or another. Shoes
worth $3.00 or more are spe
cially priced, at a An or
HURLEY BROS. SHOES
and OXFORDS for Men
Tan calfskin, dull calfskin and
patent leather In the new Eng.
llsh laata, straight lace without
eyeleta and other popular styles;
. ".T5! fuH rne f sises
and all leathers In these blah
graae sboes. it Kr nn f
Gu metal, patent leather and tan
ealf leathers button and
blucher lace styles-new m,n.
nish lasta with beat Af A3 lr
aolld leather throughout; sizes
1 to are IJ.60, sizes tfo
less than 1 are
cording to Captain Ffrench. The stride
aatiseptle precautions were taken, and
the needle boiled In salad oil. All Cap
tain rfrench'a patients were kept In bed
Are or six days.
Captain Ffrench In his article slates
that he cured a sVyrar-oM color sen.
geant. who had had the spirillar In fee.
tloa for twelve years, in four weeks with)
this mixture, the symptoms not only en- i
tlrely subsiding,, but the patient actually
gaining sixteen pounds In weight during,
the treatment. t
A 2-year-old private who had had the
disease for one year, after eighteen days
bad nothing to show. of the former In.,
taction except a few alight stains of the ,
skin. Since these first cases Captain
Ffrench haa treated .US eases among his
soldiers. Every treatment he says. has.
been aa unqualified success. New York
Seaay Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Theae Sections are the. granary of thg
World. Beached vis ' the Soo Line
from St. Psul and Itinera polls. Free
information, address W. B. Harley, D.
P. A . tit Fifth ft, les Moines. Is.
it will certainly prepare you for tha
ptit o9 using a tonic until the STsteni
ooun not suixsaatiiuy turow oa disease .
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