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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAT 19. 1912.
PRIMARY CAHYASS COMPLETE
Amateurs WiU Put on "Mikado" for Elks Charity Fund
STote in Songlu County oa April 19
UuUa 80N8 CO. U U1515 HARNEY
Hardware Specials Monday
sear af aa Oat rle Monday rrpeclali Bememher ear goods are beet
i , , .- eaaty Tkee prtcee era for Monday only.
, Eu Been Tabulated.
CCTTISTS 10 STAST XOKDAT
Totals aeeelved by Candidate tar
batata Senator aad State Rcpre
fti acatattew Aeaeeaced ay
aCaavaae ot Um general primary alee-
fcou beta ta Douglas county oa April B
fcae beam eompleted.
f Contests (or Uit placa oa th
pratto aad republican tt senatorial
uekota will be started Monday, aad tha
canvassing board will bar to reconvene
(to apon tha ballot earelepes and verify
Flra oamlnaUoB art mad for atata
senator and twelve for (tat represent
ktr. Tha total! follow, tha hum ar-
tranced la tha order of tha trot received:
I atata Inatw.
' KKPTBUCAK. 1 DEMOCRAT.
"aunder ,HRa-an lit
Dodge ,. mi, Grossmen MM
Pancoaat Howell IM
Maetarlaad ... Tannar ... tail
Tucaar l,l!Ut t,en
Haarnmoa .... .t3 Hortoa 14
Dillon ... ketTiCHere .n
(Xinnlncttfura . J.3M, Hanson 1W
Patterson ...... IIM: Slnkule ........ LW
Homaa mm..... ,! -
ftnlth - .ll Flaherty JW
Hoff ............ tStMloward ........ MM
Xvts ...... Ml Hhoetnaker .... ff
eimoa M MoOarty ...... I.JJJ
flogsrmaa 4,ll Ford t
foeter tlMBoland t.Sl
le .. ,iEi Holme. Geo... J.
Fluatu ...... Mll Bulla tf
prueeedow .... a!fl Butt ............ ;
Anderson ..... UM Holme. B. H J.MJ
Tate ........... I.! Morgan .
Brain .......... tfrUPln J-l"
hcbopp .!5 Iwnney
Dempster MM) McDoooogb J-JfJ
keeper .......... list Hennlgao JJ
Allan ..... J.K4I Beaver I JM
yield ... J?J
Powell ........ I.M KfWa ......... MM
Behm .......... tl Craddook U77
Jtnslcky .- 17111
Thomas, C. L IB; .. i ,
Thomea, Asm 1.S7M - '
mngleten ..... ini
Mower J.BJ ' .
Cowduroy ..... t.Vft ...
atacn .; trfj .
Van Kaaa...... '
Rmlth ItfWMiinay 10
Dteklrtaoa ..... j,7WWat
Haan 111 1
Coolar. . B " " r ."
Cnuntmak .... Harrlnrtoa ... t,MM
Itd I.W aloComba ..... Ltd)
inltt 1M . , -
Poaaty Coaaaaiattaaaa, rirat Dlatrtot.
McDonald .... M Elaoarr . - 4M
Uchrodor .... MfUcArala .-. Ot
EToy Biding CMckena
Lose Part of Toilet
ft in' Stolen Auto Cars
Cotckana akouM. aataat .av k tklan
What ara Jarrat looat ffpn fliatr pcrmona
whaa tboy Indalta la fcUMloaa MM
Uoy rlda la atolon automobllaa.
Two kalrptn dad a dainty tlitta band.
karahlof war found yaatarday in eara
. KaA 1 ta k.n ffAM U
rradrlcaaoo tardda. ldlaUn that altaat
Htw roada or tha aartnf nocturnal aaevrU
I bona narfulty rourk. Ta mil ar
ttcloa aa aaaanaty U a adya toUat mt
Uaad ta tha Idoatlty of tha party. .
Mr. Fradrlckaon did aot know that two
aC hla oar aad koaa takas out durtw
tha DlfM waul bo arVrad at hi piaat ot
boaiBaaa la tha nomrng. It waa tboa
hbat tha Janitor tolt of tha find. At 1
K clock la Ik awrinac Mr. rrodarlekallk
noUOad by a fit raportar that bur
karaaa aooai wan apon. aad k u at
tfala tlma that tbt can Boat hav b
taut. Ha had ait door oM aad erawloa
ack t- bad, . ' i ,
Both eara war f th Chaliaor maka.
put of then) with a niht anoa body and
aoaaaat it tb taar. . Tha ataart hi
iMUtppod wttb a blf, nrualoal horn.
A. Wells. Objects,
to the Speed Laws
Attornay farcy K TTalti wai ilaol II
I aaata far apoodirul oa April M. Wall
haTO baaa board aoonor. but h
at of tha dty. Traftlo . OfTicor
Phoolor, arka eaaatd tb arraat taaUflod
(that Wall wa drlvtng south en Twaaty
tfourtb atreot, from Oak ta the boola.
ard ar thirty ralla par baa. -Wall
atoadad tba offkor waa mlnakea and
ta latpaaeb Whaalar taalmonr.
ktwapaaar cUpplrui waa Introduced la
, ahowkif that WaU aa tha ntfat
hla arraat, whoa tha Aatemobtl aad
rjfotoreyda crab war eonaolldatot crit
3ad tha otarcrcla eftloar for amat.
autoaMa and elloalnc that they dla
tcnralnatad aawcf the pereona tboy ar
retted. Ma don led a part of In Mate
Bent, but admitted that ha waa anxlou
ta bar tba apeed lawa altered to make
the Bruit twenty tnllei oa botilevarda aad
da the autsktrta,
W. IVataon at Tlf loutk Thlrty-flret
atreot waa fined tit and eoata. It belnt
Bla eeoond atteaae. Oa May I be waa
fined II and eset. ; r ?
to atR M aeatiai ai voeaoj
It jaoaiot tooaj 'jeitdaaa Mobioh
iH epeia 9 P e aUeaoseip
omx l-e ajot eawa; t t Bia
em e kratp aot ait )aauir peaaeo.
uwpieat aeofoai a Jeeweat d.ira
, a pu tooaranud "pt aiead a) jeoioH
taH-:t -i "wNiorT sraa
IJ )e-i : niiu H
Bid (tetania. ,
la the Road ta
awe' x i
Tbti inatitutioi I the ooly one
ta tba cautral west with aepartu
bulldloc aituatsd tb Uelr owa
aunpta (roaadl, yet aatlraly
diaUBCt and render lai It tbki
to classify casea. The ona bulldUic
beum fitted for and deota4 to the
traaunast of sonooa tedious and
eoamanui diaeaaea, bo other be
ing admitted. Tha o(har East
OoUaaja, bet( deslsood for and
devoted to tea tzciuatra treatment
of aalact rsenUl raaea, retjalrtng
lot a tlat watcaf u! car and ipe
-S lit'4 J Tl ' .-S." " 1
I 2&riS AU Inez Zey?2fT3.C.A.hcyIeS)
, (J , .., :. "Q ;v- J -
WAGES SCANT I Aviator Arrested ' : - Vn-
For Landing in City . ( . r y.
e , i'aw; 9
Bat Obulu Trtifht Jtsi Diwrfta-
isd nd Will Ktrt Itriki. '
SCALES AXE FUZD HI THI 1AST
Leeal otfletala Admit that I terra-
tlea Weio Ara Paid, bat Ara '
I'aakle to Great Aay
- leereeeee. . i yi
While the freUrht fcandlar' trlk U
ITowlnf a mainltad la Chtoato aad
Milwaukee, rt ha aot sprea at Omaha-
All ef the me are at work a eeual and
are espected to oontlue aa the tob. The
I nld ta be true la Itoui City,
Couaell Btutft, Cb (tkMph,- Xaneaa city
aad It. Lool. Her and Ifl tba other rtrer
towna the men ar for from being Salle.
fled with ealetlac oondltlen. but they
ara aot eriinlead, tboy feel that they
eannot afford to a on atrtke. A a rami!.
trl(ht mcrnd kt and aut, tesjardleae
of the Chicago and Milwaukee euuaUona
Will the ttrtk of the Chlcale rail-
toad elartu ta lb measur srnipatlMtlc,
Ideal railroad mea say they have a real
(rteranc and that It I do to the email
akules paid by the railroad eampanleaJ
la the' Chlouo and Milwaukee offlceoN
many at tb bill and shipping clerks are
working for as lull aa ft per month.
while 171 and M I regarded U Mgh
eateries, Tbty sdd that with the advene
at at least per cent ta the eest of Hy
ing within the Met five year, the men
ar geltlng little mora than enough t
keep body bad eoul togetner.
rrelghl handler aba do the heavy
work are paid varlou ma 'ranging from
tLN 10 B.J per daf, . ' f
a tee ae Cbleewe aeale. P
la Omaha, aalarle paid to the hill and
shlpprflg lerk( ta the railroad ofrfe! 1
practically tht eame as la Chicago end
blUwsukee, but tt mm keep right on
working. Omaha railroad officials say
that thee oelaKee amount to simply
tanratioa wages, aanaldermg the high
price ef provisions, list declare that they
ara anabw ta remedy oondttlons, aa th
wage question Is ens bandied, at saltern
needsuet lets aad they have nothing te do
In the premise but th hand out th
monthly pay shocks whoa they errtv. -4
Aeoordtng to railroad report reaetvei
trni CMcago and Milwaukee, from a
railroad tew polat, tha artuetlea ha
not Improved there during the last
twenty-four hour and ail of th men
stead fin for aa letoreaae kt weges.
rrelght oeottnue te be tied ap ta Chl-
and Milwaukee aad nothing I
moving through each of the toe cttlaa,
rrelgbt original lr. In either at tb tw
eiliee gets sut with a fair degree at
rapidity, bat when M artgrnata farther
east It becomes toot before H gats Into
the relroad yard and no system of tree
ing eaa loaat ft.
t. Lea la Make Threat.
Many of th road remain tata Chloago
front the east have connection at in.
Leal and there baa been eoeatderaMe
talk t rooting tb ahlpawata from the
eaat by way of that city. It kt said that
la a oeap is of Instance in experunoat
waa tried. However, before the routing
waa completed. It I eaid that the rail
roads were givea notice by the freight
ler that If a pound of naff was
it that way freight handler Id gt.
Lout and every Mleelsalppi aad Missouri
river sefng point would be organised
sod celled out. It is eald that the rail-
read backed dowa aad decided to mk
the fight In Chicago aad Milwaukee and
thee point alone..
Night in Jail May
Cure This Iowa Lad
"Never again." exdalaied Loul Burkina
of Bear Harleav ta., yesterday afur-
betac duRBarged from custody, ate was
arrested for being drunk aad spent a
algal ta the etty MIL Mm bed was a bard
bench, with little or no covering, oncost
that provided for by hie wearing appareL
1 stat t Omaha to get oa a by
pre, aad I doa't want ao mere: I'm
seek aad want so ge he." explained
Burkina sad tb court dismissed kirn.
Itooscotot C. T. Dvrklnaoa aeked Bur
kina which was better, tba ejKoraforv
able, poorly ventilated aad m looking dty
Mil "bun pea. ar the eosy, home Bke
room at home that be Occupied. Burkina
eald that bau wa tbavaaly placa toe
slm. and be dded that tb food served
prisoners never could cons as t "ma's
CH1CA0O, May 11 F. T. fish, an
amateur aviator. Was arrested today for
landing bis machine In Orsnt park, near
th heart of the city. A dty ordinance
prohibit th landing of sn aeroplane,
bellooa or other air craft. In nay park
or highway without a permit
Fish mad bis landing after flying vr
tha business quarter for several minute
H told th policeman who made the sr
reat that h bad (truck aa "air pocket"
and could not prevent hi machine from
landing. He dropped about seventy feet,
but we aot hurt.
"The. ordinance doe not provide for
tending la cess at accidents,'' said ike
policeman, and ha took th aviator to
An official of the local Aero club
signed Fish's bond and he wa released
, Ma wa not permitted te remove tb
aeroplane (rem th park tonight.- .
, Braadell Tkswvr Haymaker.
ROCK ISLAND. III.. May IkJesse
.lei-maker of Albany, III., lost two out of
three fall ta a wrestling match here hurt
sight to Harry Brondsll of Davenport.
' Waller Ooee to St. Leels,
Mr. C F. Waller, president at the Blob
ardeon Drug company baa gone to St
Leula to attend a aeeeOna of the Wester
Wholesale Druggists aesootatlsn.
Superintendent X. V. Oraff aad Jam
ll imvli-e b
' - - Bakll BdTtvrinaff. 4-
knife Hustler Mower, guar- J J C
an teed, regular It.W, Monday dsd.
good atov for laundry or
light housekeeping. Recu-
4)c full six
mUl mail box
with aprinf pa-
p r faoldtr,
tb thing to cut
'dowa . year gas
New Cntury oven
regular II. 7Rfi
. i er . i Modayaaly
tl.it Genuine D ili
Bearing nii ke! p!a
Ml. Uon-m tin
day, only ) I a9
lea Mose Ws sell only good, guar
anteed hoe. Monday, for a special, w
put ra is-ft, section r our res 1 ftm
ulsr lis, 4-ply boa at, per foot.. Ill"
, sbslsbretil MoOray bad erWee Bo
yilgmasss A reliable, well built re-
frlgarator,' will aav moeh money for
ye oa h . to MIL W how ail
, else aad, pattern at low prices.
Monday only, a special, ts-lb. Ice
capacity, mineral wool lnauletlon,
' sanitary bias trap, white enamel
lined. Begular prlos fjOEC
..a, Monday only .... I 0v
a r a enameled
Ineld and out.
and require no
blacking. The control of the flow
of gas and th quick heating oven
will reduce your can bill H. Bold -oonneoted
complete Oa easy
term It desired- ,
.Way ase tha old alyla
half tooth wnea you Can get
"fttU teeth,'' Uk aature'a
403 BRANDEIS BUILDINS
theDce Leads All for Sports
. I ,aiiM3aaTagaaasaaaassm
precedented!' v jnmatchable! I
Every Item Advertioed Half RHjCO or Logo
WIST AISLE FINK WASH GOODS
50 pieces fancy Colored Voiles, taped edges.
Eegalar price 50 GENTS A YARD ; A P
Monday, per yard .tWO
at comma oppositj,
34 pieces of 36-inch All Wool Colored Serges.!
. Regular price 59 cents; on Monday, . ' Ci.
per yard......... .............:...ivaf '
Corsot Fitting Demonstration Monday
GRAND EXPOSITION OF LA CAMILLE CORSETS tob h.ld it our: '
i f.. store for ona week, from May 20th to 25th.
.ft3t ''La Caml la'' Front Lco Cort with .
"Ventilo" Back and "Ventllo" Front Shield. '
La Camille" is being recommended by leading t
physicians and surgeons. ''
"As the corset is, so will the costume be." '
' The graceful lines of beauty that attract the eye in
a gown worn over a "La Camille" corset, give fair eera
blence of style distinction that delights the cultivated ,
taste, affording the wearer THAT peace of mind that "
comes only from looking her best
"La Camille" has an iirdivlduality all its own, re
sponsiveness to, the slightest variation of body position
and conformity to the natural grace of figure lines which . .
. the famous sculptors have ver sought 4 ' w '
This exposition will be in charge of Mrs. F. Belt, who ,
has large experience in front and back lace corsets. She .
will gladly give you the history and their many merit,'
also fitting you from an artist's point of view. ; .
SILK SECTION .
AJ1 that's left of a big purchase of Foulard
''Silks; formerly 75c and $1.00 on . Ofi.
i Monday, per yard V wf
i About 100 Black Grain Leather Bags with
'. metal frames Money purse inside, oxidized,
leather lined, well made; formerly M
;$20; Monday, each....
40 doien Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Draw
.v ers good yarn, well made; drawers double
seat worth 35c per garment; 4"fl -
Monday, per garment J2v
; 1 Or, for the suit 35c
3 " " - Fifty pieces or over of Flaxons, formerly
. ' 20c to 35o per yard. All at former prices
Monday. These are white.
' ON SALE AT LINEN SECTION
Number S Bvgain Square Beyond Elevator
52 pieces SS-inch Zephyr Ginghams, worth 15c
we used as a special leader at 10c; but on'.
,l Monday you will get them at, 71
; per yard.. I 2C
SO dozen Ladies' Vests, low neck, sleeveless; '
J Bichlien rib, taped well finished neck and '
arms regular price 15c per gar- 71 , '
' tneirt,Monday I 2W
- YbiM Is a test proposition to discover how ;
many readers discrimin&te between the truth
tnd falsehood. . '
Store opens at 8 A. M. If Omaha people have any real appreciation of genuine values, items,
advertised will dl be sold by noon. If interested we believe you" will find it posle to be da hand when doors open."
Kn te too Situation Be Advcrtlelng.
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