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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY. MAY 17. 191?
able Boots That Lend
Grace and Charm
To Dainty Feet
The prominence of this
shoe section is remarkable
gaining new prestige season
after season by selling these
high class women's shoes at
prices that make every pair
a real bargain.
Shown above is a very new sixteen button boot in
Sea It-land canvas, with medium heel, full of style and
service, all sues and widths, at $4.00.
Fetching new models in low shoes pumps and colon
ials, in white Nu-buck or canvas; clacsy lasts that add
dignity to every costume, all sizes, at, pair $3.50
New Tans, Blacks and Suede leathers, also Satins.
Write for illustrated catalogue.
lit wm norm
1518-20 Jamam Street.
IOWA DELEGATES AS UNIT
Hole that All Shall
Together for Tail
ARBA5GE FOB COMMITTEES
Majority stee-anolders el Dn Jtelnes
Ixtseraere Ceaseem ey Sold Oat
Becaeee Ceaiftetlllew W
Getilaar Tee Mrraaees.
(From a Staff Correpondent.
Pfcii MOINES. May K-Cptclal Tele-cram-)
Fourteen of the Iowa deleffst
to th republican national convention
held a caucus here which lasted all day,
at tiie close of which H was announced
that they had adopted a resolution that
all would act as a unit and select nva
for the committee who are for Teft
They declared that they did not deter
mine who should so oa the commutes,
but met merely to act acquainted and
to decide whether they should all stand
toecther at Chtcaao. Neither the chair
man, secretary nor treasurer of the dele
gation was present.
Hewitt Sweeeeds Harrlaaa.
Emll O. hchmldt of Chlcaco was today
elected prealdeat of the Des Moines City
Railway company, succeedlnf A. W. Har
ris, reaicned. and C. F. Hewitt was made
general manaser, succeeding llerris'U.
The Des Moines Ufa Insurance com
pany was on the road to Insolvency, snd
there wss a prospect of survlvtroj the
vicious competition In the over-crowded
field of Insurance Business when the
majority stockholders of the Des Moines
Life sold their coriwratlon to the Na
tional Life o (the United I Hates of Amer- j
lea in January, is tne answer vi uw
msporlty stockholders to the suit of the
minority stockholders' suit for the annul
ment of th e merger. Ths answer was
filed In court today.
Thrown Into House
ESTHERV1LLE. la.. May l.-Speclal.)
The failure of the fuse if a bomb to
burn last mem saveo tne uvea 01 rnirs )
people snd possibly more-
dm.miie securely wrapped twiner witn
burlap snd paper and t'tl a (use naut
.-even lnci.es lone aerj thrown through
a serond-etory window of the resilience
of W. II. Hodge, who rerjes in the north
part of the city. All of tie occupants
of the house, eleven in number, wt-re.
arleep. with the excrpU-in of two per
sons downstairs, who heard the missile
crash through the upstairs window. Tney
immediately rushed to see th.: caine and
found the bomb lying oa the fVor. The
fuse had burned a short distance and had
for the capture of tiie perpetrator.
The police were at once notified, but
as yet no trace of ths person 111 been
found. A reward probably will be offered
for the sapture of Ins perpetrator.
The cause of such sn act Is entirely be
yond the apprehension of the clt liens of
estherville. As far as anyone knows Mr.
Ilodgc has not an enemy In ths city or
Boms interesting developments are anticipated.
NEW RULES FOR
( Continued from Puce One)
Charles L. Hopper of the Church of liw
Good Shepherd, the council voted to
confer with other reHaloue bodies of the
stats on the advisability of requesting
the state letfelatur to pass a law set
ting said a eertam part of each week
far the study of religious education la
ths nubile schools.
On the first readlnf ot the resolution
"Christian" snd not "religious" was used
throiujUeut. On the contention of Father
wrmams that Jews should not be
eluded from this conference the wording
as changed- rather Williams, who tot
thirty-five Tears ens been rector of aH.
Barms rs church, took this eoceaton to
free Ms mind of seme thoughts on the
Sunday schools of the episcopal church.
He declared that the children of Kpls
oops) families are growing up without
say religious education, while the Reman
Catholics, Lutherans and Jews give their
young folk systematic relteloue Instruc
lis held back, however, from giving his
full confirmation te the recommenda
tion en the grounds that the council Is1
not yet ready for the step.
Olweemwn seelal Server.
Another measure which passed In spits
of the strong opposition ef father Wil
liams was the creatine a otosesaa Seoul
errtc cemmlealeti te "promote legisla
tion for the beet Interests of the people."
Father .Williams argued that such a
commission could not be formed without
first treating a new canon to give It '"
ful seders men I. To do away wtlh this
technicality dsuse was added giving
the cSmmlsston power te act pesidlnf the
enact went of the new canon at the nasi
Re. Wesley W. Barnes of at. Mary s
church of Nebraska City, one of the
younger clergymen, na chairman of ths
octal service committee presented the
reoommendatlona. He else reviewed sa
' eta! conditions In the state, naming as
the chief evtl. the loan sharks, who es
cort exorbitant rates of Interest from
boot people. ' . 1
"Public cetiUutent was , against the
ursrar hi Welles I timet: . we need to
stir public sentiment In fsvor of a strong
law against the loco shark ot today."
1 Tbe Valerianate Peer.
In speaking of the poor against whom
the loan shark's ejections, wreak most
wos, Rev. Mr, Wesley used ths phrase,
the nnfortunatc poor with many chil
dren." rather Williams was Quickly on
bis fort contesting for ths retraction of
the word, 'Unfortunate." He declared
that the man .who has manTclilldren,
even though, be has scsnt means, I not
poor. The wurd wss eliminated.
The social service commission Is to be
formed of the bishop as head and eight
ethers oa the executive committee three
clergy, three laymen and two women of
A recommendation by the bishop that
salaries of the diocesan officers be paid
from S (eneral assessment on the Incomes
ef the perishes snd not en the Individual
l annual dues of the communicants, was
deferred te some future council for action,
(snesslrttl fas I. Hardafcln.
Mssob WlT-tama declared (hat the eoat
muntcant las wrought hay dsn p oa many,
that there Is resentment In many par
ishes of the dJocess axa.nsl It ai.4 that
soass vestries deitMtately culminate
naasss from their registries te lessen the
assessment He was backed in bis
on by Rev. Barnes who earnestly roe-
tended for tbe change In the methods
retries- Williams argued against the
change He took exception to naming the
communicants due a "tax." Ha sold the
dues were not a tax but n privilege. He
objected oaperls i ly to the phiase "odious"
I communicant's tax used by the btehep
? both Lh-a morning and In bis annual ad-
dress yesterday. Ths measure was lost.
j At the afternoon's session titers wss a
round table on tee cerlultlea of the
i church In tbe diocese.
also twwturi-mi Kxsrs
All Work Owersnteee,
Chicago. Tbe first twenty-four chapels
counted Rive Lynch M votes and his
opponent, "red Barker of Spokane JOS.
Lynch showed his greatest strength In
tbe Job offices, the newspaper chapels
showing majorities for Barker.
LINCOLN, Neb.. May ls.-peclsj.-lincoln
Typographical union, voting yes
terday upon local end International offi
cials, cast the following vote:
For International president: darker,
71: Lynrh. Is.
For delegated to International conven
tion: J. M. Leaden, . H. C. Peats, gS;
O. M. Pine, ; Conrad (Scheldt, M. C. C.
For alternate eXegalrs: C. . Hoyt
; J. C. O'Neill. B; August Kadebaoh, at;
C. C. Whlpps, a.
President: Harry C. Swallow, M; Fred
Vice president: Oeorge L. Burr, ; II.
C. I-seta. s.
rvecretary-rrensurer: Oeorge E. Locker
I no opposition)..
Recording secretary: W. C. Mayer (no
aWrssenllsl-arrasi- J. R, Bain, Mi W.
P. Ilogard, . '
Executive commlueei (T. C, Hejinl-
field, H: F. H. Habbsrd, U; J. M. Leaden.
DEFENSE MAKES ATTACK
ON STATEJS WITNESSES
DAVENPORT. In.. May sl-Tnat the
defnse will seek te discredit testimony
Introduced by witnesses for ths Mate by
attacking the reputation ef those who
turned states evidence, developed at to
day's session of the trial ef 0. C Wil
son, ths Muscatine labor leader.
Many wltnsssea presented by defense
attacked Lhs reputation of Thomas lloe
klnson and Rurus Jones, star witnesses
fur ths slate
The state rested Its esse at noon today
and the defense will likely conclude
presentation ot Us testimony late today.
The case may go to the Jury Saturday.
IN IOWA' FIGHT
(Continued from Psee One!
delegates to the national convention to be
held In this city next month. Thirty-two
delegates, or double ths regular quota.
with half a vote each were to be named
and under Instructions will support
Champ Clark for the president! nomination.
The delrgatee-at-large were unanl.
mously chosen by the convention, which
at the 'same time selected twenty-four
A resolution was unanimously adopted
Instructing the delegation to vote for
Speaker Clark for president, "as long as
be has a chance for the nomination."
A resolution favoring Mayor Preatnn
for the vice presidential nomination was
BRYAN RKPllKs T HARMON
lie Asrala ys He Wee Axalaet
Geverser at Mt. Loele.
COLl'MBl S, u.. May H-Wllllem. Jen
nings Bryan replied tedsy to tns state
ment made by Governor Harmon In
speech at Akron last night that Hrysn
supported his cantldaoy at St. Leu's.
In a telegram to Harvey Oar bee. leader
of the ann-Harmon movement in this
slate, Mr. Bryan said:
"Please give out the follow ln answer
te Oovernor Harmon's speech: Mr. Har
mon Is at liberty to secure affidavits
from Mr. Baumgartner, but he Is nut an!
to change facts. I not only refuso! to
support Oovernor Harmon at St. Louis,
but I gavs Mr. Baumgartner reasons tt.sl
seemed to satisfy him. '
The Persistent a4 JiMxioue Use'et
Newspaper Advertising la ths Road te
Success of Lynch in
INDIANAPOLIS. May -"Indications
are that all of the interaaiienal officers
have bees elected by e larger majority
than twe years aco," was the atatemeat
here today of James il. Lynch, preetdeat
ef the International Typogresbical anion.
Th result at the -vets will not be tab
ulated oocspisruly antil tomorrow sight.
Lrswh Ceunrtee Cb lease.
CHICAGO, May ItPlrst returns s
ctght in the sis r rise of officers la the
Internatienal Typographical anion nv
ducated that James M. Lynch had carried
How To Be Beautiful
("Parisieane" In Woman's Realm.)
FORT DODGE MULCT PETITION
IS DECLARED TO BE VALID
FORT DODGE. la, Msy !.- Special
Telegram.! Webjior count.' supervisors
this afternoon declared the mulct petition
of consent sufficient with ninety-three
names more than a majority of voters at
the Inst election. Because of necessarv
nsw permits and other red tape the so.
loons probably will not open until Mon
day. The drya will appeal to the district
court, claiming they hare 10 signatures
they will contest.
Bla Deal la Farss Leads.
IOWA FALLS. Ia. May RWopeciaU
Jamee C. Jsckson, formerly a member of
the Board of Supervisors In this coentr.
figures In one of the biggest land deals
In this part of the state In recent years
The transfer gives Mr. Jnoksoa a fin I
ranch of 0)0 acres about twelve miles
north of here In Franklin county. He I
hss purchssed the Mellette firm of MSI
acres and slsn the Vanderpoter place.
comprising- 4e) acres of land. The com
bined farms will be thrown Into one ranch
and will make ons ef the big fsrms in
this pert of Iowa. The valuations la the I
deal aggregated nearly ..
MOTHER DIES AT NEWS
OF DAUGHTER'S DEATH
PIERRE. 8. D, May W-eclal
Telegram.)-Mrs. J. W. Mitchell of Bully
county.. died st Bt. Mary's hospital la
tbls city this morning, where she had
been brought for treatment.
The news was telephoned to the home
ef her parents snd her mother, Mrs.
James Coleman, who has been In 111
health for some time, died from the
shock of the news.
The two will be bsrled In Okobolo
cemetery. Mrs Colemsa was one of tne
pioneers of Bully county, coming to Fort
Bully with her husband years before
that country wss opened to settlement.
Tsveetr Yeare for Aeeaelt.
CEDAR FALLS. la.. May M.-Pred Bar-
win ef Btacjmile, lev, who was arrested
last Mondaycharged with attacking Mies
Carrie Peterson, prominent here, en the
night of May Ml when she was returning
te bar home from church, pleaded guilty
before Judge E. C. Piatt today. He net
sentenced te twenty years In the Ana
mosse reformatory. Sheriff Shorts left
this afternoon with the prisoner te begin
.vleshrOAms' Prove Peleen.
WAR.silALI.TOWN, la.. May UL-Fresh
mushrooms which he gathered himself
and In which wss some poisonous sub
stance resulted fatally today to eBnJa-
mln Nichols, prominent cltleen here.
ALUMINUM COMBINE IS SUED
(Continued on Page Two )
Colo., for a period of twenty years from
November 10. UMt
The company Is alleged to have threat
ened, barrassed aad Impeded and o r
crlmlnated against Independents and to
have atlempted to Impress competitors
so completely thsl they were at the mercy
of the defendant for their supply of raw
embody MORE clothes
goodness than you have
EVER before secured for
the same money.
Corner 16th and Harney Sts.
To have a clear, soft snd velverv
compiexmn. massage the face, nerk and
arms daily with a solution made by dis
solving an original package of nuyatnne
In eight ounces of wttcb hazel. It pre
vents (at lal blemishes and makes tbe
skin lovely, smooth and fair.
"A dry si am poo Is better than wash
ing the head, six I there is no danger of
CHtrhing cold. Mix four ounces of pon
dered orris root with an original peck
se of t hrox, sprinkle a lltUe en the
head and krunh It out well. It refreshes
tbeecdlpand makes the hair clean, light,
eavy and lustrous.
"Hairs -vn the face mar a 'woman'a
beauty. Then will vanlxh qukklv if jei
atone paste Is applied. Mix enoush pow
dered dvlalone arid water to cover the
nairs: apply snd permit to remain two !
m.w H...i.tw. iikd rio oil, wean tne
skin, and (he hairs will be gone.
"For sores, skin eruptions, rumple
ecsema and slmlku- beauty deetruyers.
try Mother's Halve. It heals cut, turns,
scalds without leaving a scar, and !s
recommended for obstinate sores." Adv.
LEADS THEM ALL
If you w&rvt Qualiiy Purify
and Service -f- order
TrlC PERFECT BREW
.. ACtNCItS VIRYr1Er
THEO. HAMM BREWING OCX
- ST PAUL MINN. : '
J. A. TUTHILL
IcL Doeiclaa 1598
Bear 1313 Voufim M.
leMaa KctaUler. Omaha, N ek.
Look in Brandeis Stores 16th Street "Windows. You will see the most ex
quisite lace?, fabrics and dress trimmings priced as they were never
- priced before. They are from our purchase of the
WARD DRESSMAKING STOCK
16 E. 48th Street, NEW YORK CITY
' On Sale Beginning
MONDAY, MAY 20th
We bve never shown such a
wonderful vaiietv of eiqulalU
maleriala as we present in ttta
gale next Mocdav. especially In
lace and trimmings.
Miny exclusive, elaborately em
broidered robeg ia lace, neti, chif
fons la black, whit and evening
Such rich lace a Irish crochet,
real cluny, princes applique,
duchess, Venlse, ratine and ma
crame in edges, bands, galloons
Embroidered and illuminated ganse aad chif
fon cloths, satin cbarmeuse, allorer printed voiles,
marquisettes, beautiful bordered and allorer pat
terns, all wool French challles, etc
High grade dress linens id light and medium
tints, exclusive French cotton novelties in robes sad
patterns.- It will be a wonderful display ol charm
ing novelties In fabrics.
y foBR ANDEIS STORES jfe"
You may just as well have
good silver on your table.
Save these coupons and you can do it
Five of them, presented at the Bee .with ten cents
will be exchanged for a Wrri. Roger & , Son silver v tea
spoon. You can get all the spoons with these coupons.
For the other pieces of a 6Spiece set you must have certificates
and coupons which the following Omaha merchants' are giving with
purchases made at their stores. There is no expense whatever when
merchants' certificates are brought to the Bee.
Begin saving coupons now!
By Trading With These Merchants and Reading The Bee
you will have many certificates coming to yon continually from many
sources. Thus, under tbls oo-operatlva plan, you will be able to secure the
entire set and many extra pieces ot this handsome Wm. Rogers t Son
guaranteed Table Silver within a very short time. Let a good Impulse
start you. Clip th coupon NOW. , .
Watch th ads of these merchants dally. Visit their stores and get
Cor. 18Ut and Doaglaa Ms.
KRCO BRKWINO COMPANY
1007 eacksoa SU
yam HITLER. HILUNERT
1312 Dong las, 2d Floor.
BKA5DE18 FLORIST DEFT.
MYER8-DILLOX DRUG CO,
Clip This Coupon -
Omaha Bee Daily Coupon
NO. Friday. May 17. nil.
This coupon when presented with th four other
consecutively numbered, and 10 cent to cover th j
cost ot handling, entitles the bolder to one Wm.
Rocers Son guaranteed Teaspoon ot Le Kece
aire pattern. Out ot town readers will add 2c extra j
XEKRAHKA Fl'EL COMPANY
813 South lOta St.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY CO.
221S Lravextworta aad 81 N. 10th 6s.
' KILLER LIQUOR COMPANY
1309 Fanarn BU
MEGKATH BTATIOXEBX CO
1421 Faraam St.
sard Farnsua Street.
Clip This Coupon
Yrlr SukscrlpUon Coupon Omaha Be
This ceupea wkea sreeerlr elgaed and presented at
the efflee of tbe Owiaha Bee lor mailed by those reaid
Ins out of town) will brio te the holder full infomia
Mon how every home can secure a full eoxea Wm. Roc
ere 8ea twaranleed Teaspoons at once.
Also, ths sender will receive a free catalogue of
H pieree ot this set tosether with the number of oou
aoas and certificates required for each piece end tee
tismse ot Omaha (inns lasulas taem te the public
tract and No. ......
IT yea live ta tae
alxy hrla year
eeapess te tae
efflee ef Tae Bee
Tale offer applies
BSI ee set.
OMAHA VS. DENVER .
MAT IT. IS. IS, SO.
Frrdsv, Day 17, Ladies' Day.
Monday, May 2. Ladies' Day.
Cars leave lith and Ixruu, :ia
names railed 3:3v.
Kae. very Bay, :M. BJvery aTlrkt, sat
Levies Iw-eseer; Walter Hampden
Co.: Chlako; Tbe Marvelous Millers.
Brows a Nevarro: Hon. S. N. Leek:
Minnie Kaufmana; Kineteecops; Or
poeun Concert Orehesua Prices: Klrht,
10k, tSo. tee. Isc; Matinee. 10c. beat
seals itc except Saturday and Sunday.
jfyayiUlt SUMMER SHOW
VaVBSTTZblva Inclndee Mexican
Zaasoras. Trapexlo Trie Alemlmer: Rwb
ard Burton, baritone; Moore a Bro wa
in. Black and Tan Talkera. FVIeres
cbassed dally. Near Vaudevtlle Thurav
day. Hears: 1 U i: BBA1fj.
ttoUn.su lull Train IOC
0OH aVsTT TTJCa; RAT TU UMTtV
: THE LITTLE PRIKCESS
Ucdet Dirtdlci of Kiss lIUUi Flic.
Batardsy Mat! awe aad Mght
MAY 18, 1912
for the beweftt of The Tfarittng
Naree AnsocUticm. Reserred seats
oa sale at box office oa and after
TburscUf. Pric; , 91.00. ,T3c,
SOr aad 25c. - -
B Recital gjeea. by
1 The 100 Pupils of MetropoUtaa
.T brhool of Csaasic susder
1 tae directkia car .
W. E. Chambers and
Mary r. Cooper
'. Aesthetic, KartotuU, Folk, Psay
Rnvrt'4 atarUac Tsars, Twice
BUXUB n.uy, sao nt tM
rnssei snrnx, see.
as, toog BteL, see;
ee tnn rurrast.
aTert Week. aVsttra CaaaCT ef nee-iem
' i Admisslow an t gl.
; 1 Seeta now on sale at Box Offk.
Tae Be to tae 14eU Faper te the
TJssss aad ft Bee ease fee Tissue
- ef Sssssa. ' '
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