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TIIE OMAHA SUSDAYlBKE: JPXE 23. 1312.
During This Week
H Kt. DIAMOND Perfect, H
wane, mounted in Biua, ring
or scarf pin. This (jr
Week, Only sJDO
ONE WATCH 12 size boat
ing case, 14 kt., plain or en
graved, warranted 25 years,
with 17 Jewel Elgin move
ment. Price Tula
Week, dM 7 OC
PJ. I ,00
CUT GLASS PUNCH BOWL
10-inch, regular price $20.00.
J. 1VV -as at v-v r
Only . .
ELECTRIC LAMP Regular
price $14. Sale pj f
Price ....... pOeD
CUT GLASS SUGAR AND
CREAMER Regular price
$9.00. Price This
J6-PIECE SET In oak chest,
15-year guarantee, regular
price $11.75. This rr aa
'IE PLATES Regular prices
$6.50 and $5.50. This Week,
$2.25 Ml $3.00
STERLING SILVER TEA
SPOONS Regular price
$6.50 and $7.00 per set.
This An pmm
LL STERLING SILVER SOU
go at ,
THIS LINE, PUT IN FOR
THE JUNE WEDDING
Must Be Sacrificed
4t the Sign of the Crown.
Up the Golden Stairs..
Corner Douglas Street.
If you are particular
about , details Hand
Work is what you should
is handled by expert
ironers and can be
starched and ironed to
Should you have any
doubt about this statement
Send a trial package
and be your own judge.
No Charge Unless
The "Wash Word" of the
"Look for the Blue
Phone Doug. 919.
will rest that . vacant nous, fill
tboa vacant rooms, or ear
hoarders on abort notice, at a vary
small coat . t you. Be onvlasV
I Do Hand I
SIDE LIGHTS ON DELEGATES
Features of the ConTention Not
Noted in Official Record.
NO PLACE FOR THE FAT MAN
Virions Farm of Exercise lednl"1
In br HotaMes vAttret AMew
tloa of the Critical
BT AXTHON T M. KASTEftXlWO.
CHICAGO. June 1 (Special. -The re
publican national convention may shame
lessly ml Ita motifs, but undoubtedly It
will go down m political history sfl th
greatest exhibition of disorganised sport
ever pulled off. A three-ring cirous may
attract a holiday crowd; base ball game
may collect the fans! a foot halt game
produce the rooters, and a race track
may hold the impassions te r- of the
colonels, but the national convention has
furnished excitement and exercise for
them all Impartially, generously.
Noble Roman brows have poured forth
their perspiration until collars Collapsed.
shirts aold everywhere at 98 cents shrank
and clung to fatty p.-oflles tenaciously
and honest sweat h;is even poured over
the top of dusty oxi'uiJs. it is authorl
tatlvely asserted. In rliort. this conven
tlon has been a howling success as a fat
reducing medium. As such a medium it
has not, of course, rendered Invaluable
service to the Nebraska delegation, which
is composed chiefly of lean men who have
felt the weight of their responsibility to
There Is one exception In the Nebraska
delegation. There la no denying that J.
P. Gibbons of Kearney Is fat. Then there
are those who may by the proper process
of elimination be excepted or else classed
as "medium" J. E. Baum and John W.
Towle, for example. Others could truth
fully be called fair to middlin'-T. H. Mc
Carthy, A. C. Epperson and but Don L.
Love is in a class peculiarly his own.
Because it Is by no means a fat men's
convention the show must bo considered
more as a demonstration of Irrational
calisthenics. Perhaps the chief exponent
of this theory is Henry Allen of Kansas.
They call him the whirlwind here. He Is
nothing of the sort, and as that implies
a superfluity of wind it is unfair. How
belt he has a sufficient supply of air. He
really Is the greatest living example, as
far as I know, of a man who stammers
with his hands and feet. Barring the
third-termer himself I would back him
against the whole United States for ges
ticulating uselessly and in the wrong
place and at the wrong time.
Allen represents one type of performers
at the Coliseum. Of an entirely different
type is Eereno Payne. He gesticulates.
but It is only with the equatorial part of
him, which rises and falls rythmleally,
keeping time to the steady flow of his
speech. He is a clear speaker, grim, log
ical, to the point.
"Jimmy" Watson, floor leader in the
house, conceded Mr. Payne ten minutes
of his time in a twenty-minute debate,
to lend the occasion more gravity. For
Watson is himself a natural debater, an
Elihu Root and Victor Rosewater are
neither fat nor demonstrative, but cool,
lucid speakers, willing to meet an oppo
nent half way in a joust of mental gym
nastics, but at no time during a conven
tion when men havs worked themselves
into a fury of passion and wearied them
selves with bat-waving and fist-shakings,"
nave I seen them show excitement
As chairmen they have been the only per
sons In a crowd of 12,000 who have not at
one time or another rose op In their wrath
and let loose their pent-up feelings.
Boss Bill Fllnh of Pittsburgh has a rep
utation of getting what he wants and
when he bucked the organization and
threatened in the name of the Pennsyl
vania delegation to do dire things he lost
much of reputed calm and, with one ex
ception, talked longer than he ever did
before. When the convention hissed him.
applauded or peremptorily . ordered him
to shut up, his jaw protruded a little fur
ther, his hand went up some higher, the
distance between his feet widened and he
stuck. He stuck until the roil call had
gone on to other states and new troubles,
and then he reluctantly gave up.
Arthur Brisbane gays Governor Hadley
has a face to make his mother proud.
So chaste, so clean cut, so tense. The
governor Is a Chin man physically) but
he, too, has taken enthusiastically to the
athletic exhibitions in the Coliseum. He
exercises with his face in critical mo
ments boldng his mouth slightly open,
pulling down his eyebrows and suddenly
whooping her up until the welkin rings.
It is a good exercise, but the MIssourian
has displayed no tendency to take on
avoirdupois this week.
The average man has "Ingredients" to
make fat for seven bars of soap, severs!
ounces of sugar, lime to whitewash a
chicken coop, sulphur to rid a dog of
fleas, Iron for a med rum-sized nail, phos
phorus to make 2,200 match tips and po
tassium to explode a toy cannon, says a
writer In a current magazine. It is evi
dent that many of the entrants at the
Coliseum meet must go home bankrupt,
for of all these things the majority have
expended more than science credits them
Has Typhoid Fever
WASHINGTON. June 22.-Secw.tr
Meyer, who left Washington a week ago
for his home at Hamilton. U&aa.. h
developed typhoid fever. A message to
that effect was received today at the
Navy department. When the secretary
left it was said be was suffering h.at
ROOSEVELT IS NAMED BY
ATLANTA, Ga., June 22.-Thendor
Roosevelt for president and Seaborn
Wright or Georgia for vice preside!
were named by the Roossvett Georgia
White league today as the ticket for a
national progressive psrty in the coming
campaign. At the meeting of the officers
and directors of the league' a resolution
also was adopted denouncing the "dis
honest methods of the republican ma
chine" supporting President Taft at Chi
cago and calling for the immediate organ
ization of another political party.
The league officers today wired to Colo
nel Roosevelt and Senator Dixon invit
ing them to hold the Roosevelt convention
Mldlaad Dry for Year. '
PIERRE, 8. D., June 22.-Speclal Tele
gram.Wudge Hughes, in Stanley county
circuit court, today, held that the petition
was deficient on which a liquor license
election was held in Midland, and that
the town is dry for a year. The petition
appeared to have. been signed by people
Alleged Murderer of
Gus Kraft in South
Dakota is Arrested
MITCH ri.i.. s. t.. June 21.-(Speclal.)-Charles
Gentry has been apprehended at
Mankato, Kan., charged with the mur
der of (Jus Kraft, which happened nearly
a year aso in Sanborn county, a short
distance et of Woonsocket. Sheriff
McRay S,, ti!e permission of the county
commission" to take the trip to Man
kato to Iden-ify the man. and from th
description received Gentry Is the man
wanted for th murder. The iherlff took
two men fn.n Crocker, !. D along with
him to mako the identification complete,
and will bring the man back to Woon
aocket. Gentry and Kraft started from Crocker
to make tho trip by team, going event
ually to some nolnt In Nebraska or Kan
sas. The Uam passed through Woon
socket and two days afterward the body
of Kraft was found in the edge of a
small grove on a farm a Short distance
from the town. The murder had been
committed with a shotgun, and a portion
of the head was shot away. Sheriff Mc
Ray took up the pursuit of Gentry, and
traced him as far as a point in south
ern Nebraska, where the train wai lost
The country around there was flooded
with a fairly Rood description of Gentry,
and the Mankato authorities for the past
three months have watched the actions
of Gentry, finally making the arrest. He
was charged with being the murderer
of Kraft, and at the mention of the
name, the prisoner gave evidence of
weakening, but finally stood his ground
that he was not the man wanted.
for President Taft
CHICAGO, June 2.-Mrs. Charles
Blaney and Mrs. Florence Collins Porters,
delegates from California to the republi
can national convention, attempted un
successfully last nifjht to storm the head
quarters of the Illinois Equal Suffrage
league for Colonel Rooscvet.
"Why is it that the women of Illinois
are not favorable to Colonel Roosevelt?"
asked Mrs. Blaney, in pleading the cause
of the ex-presldent.
"He has declared himself for equal suf
frage and he Is the logical nan to push
through our cause."
Mrs, W. B. Owen, a Chicago suffragist,
spoke for President Taft, asserting that
he had long been friendly to the cause.
"Roosevelt now is In favor of our vot
ing," said Mrs. Owen, "but this is In the
heat of a campaign and we are la doubt
about his sincerity. President Taft Is
and has been for us, and I think Illinois
suffragists had better pin their faith In
Have Nothing to Say
WASHINGTON, June 22 Senator Rob
ert M. La Follette of Wisconsin, and
Senator Albert B. Cummins of Iowa,
both presidential aspirants, spent the
evening with their ears to telephones.
eager for news from the soene of battle
on the floor of the Chicago convention.
Senator La Follette refused to make
any statement regarding the political
"You know," said the senator, "I have
spent ten months in writing an autobi
ography. It Is finished except for the
last chapter. I was waiting the outcome
of this convention, and now that it Is
over I may go ahead and finish my
work. This last chapter will Include the
fight of the progressive republican vot
ers whom I have had the honor of rep
resenting and will outline the conven
tion Just closed at Chicago.
"If you will notice what few delegates
I did have supported me to the very
last. Never once was there a cry of
wavering In our camp and I thank them
all for their support.
"As to having my eye on the next
presidential campaign four years from
now," said the senator, "I have the
weighty business of writing "a biography
of my life now, so for a time politics
would not interest me."
Immediately after the new of Presi
dent Taft's nomination sped over the
wires, Senator Cummins hung, up his
receiver and went to bed. He had no
statement to give out and had nothing
to say regarding the outcome of the
VACANCIES ARE FILLED ON
THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE
CHICAGO, June 22. Vacancies on the
republican national committee were filled
today as follows:
California, Russ Avery; Louisiana, Vic
tor Loisel; Oregon, Ralph Williams;
South Carolina, James W. Talbert; Ten
nessee, Newell Sanders; District of Co
lumbia, Chapln Brown.
Owing to a deadlock In the Massa
chusetts delegation no committeeman
from that state has been chosen.
Every woman' heart responds to
the charm and sweetness, of a baby's
oice, because nature intended her for
motherhood. But even the Jortag
nature of a mother shrinks from the
ordeal because such a time la usually
a period of suffering and danger.
Women who use Mother's Friend are
aared much discomfort and suffering;,
and their systems, teing thoroughly
prepared by this great remedy, are
In a healthy condition to meet tho
time with the least possible suffering
nai dangor. Mother's Friend U
recommended only for the relief and
comfort of expectant mothers; it is in.
HO sense a remedy for various ills,
tut its many years of success, and
the thousands of endorsements re
ceived from women who have used It
are a guarantee of the benefit to be
derived from its use. This remedy
nnt Rpcomulish wonders but sim
ply assists nature Jo perfect its "work.
Mother's Frlena aiiays nausea,
the breasts, and ftfglffl &a?5
in every way ivr
contributes to fTICIlU
motherhood. Mother's Friend is aold
at drug stores. Write for our tree
took for expectant mothers.
tUDfUW WGUttTO CO., AteU, &
WILL RUN MURDERER DOWN
Iowa State Department of Justice
Confers with Officers.
WILL SEND OUT INVESTIGATORS
Hawkey HaUre tommluloa to
Join wlta Cesasalsslon In Da
kota and Mlaata l'iRhtlDft
Hiak ntlrad Hates.
(From a SUff Corres-Don lent.)
PE8 MOINES. Jns 12. -i Special Tele
gramsThe stats dopartroent Jiistic
will take an active etand in A rreting out
ths perpetrator of the VII Uses trsedy.
Henry Sampson, special counsel of ths
department, will so to vmtsva Sunday
niirht to meet County Aitormy Ratellff,
Sheriff Jackson and others who have
Wn working- on ths case
The department will malt a thorough
investigation and if possible will try to
run to earth the murdeter
' Flitkt Mlh Kretsln
The Iowa Railroad commission will Join
with similar commissions in South Da
kola and Minnesota to prevent a threat
ened increase In freight rates between
Iowa and points In the other to states.
The railroads have announced a general
increase in the rates in use in the three
states. Judge Henderson, commerce coun
sel of the state, will represent the Iowa
commission In the trial of the case. It
will be held early in the fall.
Infected Tom Sont In.
The state veterinary department is In
vestigating the shipment Into the state
from Illinois of a number of dairy cows(
which are believed to be afflicted wKh
tuberculosis. The cows were from a ship
per by the name of Dorsey and out of
forty-five, twenty-two were killed and
found to have tuoer.uiosis. The cows
killed belonged to a dairyman near Cory
don, who declared he had bought them
from the Illinois dealer.
Glucose Kate In hantced.
Assistant Attorney General Rottblns has
received word of the decision of the
Interstate Commerce commission on the
Iowa glucose rate case. The suit was
argued to the commission some time age
In an effort to secure a change in the
rate from Iowa points to the Atlantic
seaboard so as to eliminate the advantage
which the trust concerns have in this
rate because of better location. The de
cision gives the relief desired, though not
as complete as sought. There are two
large independent concerns In Iowa and
both will receive benefit from the change.
Parole for 51 mod rl Boy.
Virgil Crow, a boy of 14, was released
from prison in Iowa this week on order
of the board of parole, after serving a
year for assault with intent to commit
murder. He was convicted In Ccrro Gordo
county. He was there from Missouri on
a visit to his brother and got into an
altercation with an older man, who
abused him very much, and later a fist
fight followed, in 'Which young Crow used
a pocket knife and inflicted some damage,
on his assailant.
Iowa Democrats Start,
A large delegation of Iowa democrats
started this evening for Baltimore to at
tend the national convention. Claude R.
Porter is chairman of the delegation and
George Huffman secretary. The delega
tion is divided as between Clark and
Wilson, but under the unit nils will vote
for Clark. - '
Floer Boylasr May Be Changed.
The state aboard of control has under
consideration a plan to change the
method of buying flour for the state
institutions, ad to adopt the plan of
getting bids based on a certain percent
age of the market price of wheat at the
time of the delivery of the flour. The
millers have been complaining that the
"The Best Way to Get the
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WjSl-j O ifl It;., 7... -, S t1 ,y. "V PSSgSltf ',
"Hctm Trade" keeps this gorgeous "LUXUS" Truck VERY busy.
Those who use "LUXUS" in case lots, and who couldn't enjoy a meal
without it, grow impatient at a delay in delivery. A phone order
please, from YOU, when your case gets "shy."
1889 or Ind. F
1377 for a Case
This sale talks bargains
These bargains they are tremendous in their quality-giving-
are offered at the right time to permit the
acquisition of articles much needed this summer.
Cool Lace Curtains
Arabian lace curtains fine for library,
living room, dining room; 12 pairs,
worth -up to $9.50, per pair ..$5.00
Alddain cloth, 50-ineli, in Tiffany col
orings, a yard S1.50
lona Cloth, 50-inch, in Tiffany colorings, a
yard ; $1.50
Strong lace curtain stretchers, will
take in any lace curtain up to five feet
witfe by threo and a half yards long.
Fitted with easel and moveable piUvS.
Mighty big value at the price we are nsk
ing. They always have sold for more
and we are cutting down the price sim
ply to show that this sale is really a great
bargain event. Now 2
iller, Stewart & Beaton Co.
413-15-17 South Sixteenth Street
present nif thod of flat bids compel thorn
to really tml on the price.
Ucilntel Hcuil of Hoius
The state board of control today re
appointed Superintendent F. J. ScBslons
to be head of the state orphan' "home
at Davenport for four ycaris) lie U Just
closing a second term. He appointed
eight yeara ago and was a resident of
Cedar Rapids at the time. Under him
the orphan's home has been well main
tained and there has been great im
provement in the plant. 1
Somlnated with One Vote.
The work of the state canvassing board
shows that in Carroll county a candidate
for the legislature was nominated on the
republican ticket by Just one vote. His
name was written on the same. In Clin
ton county, Carl Skinner, a resident of
Des MolneS for several years was nomi
nated by having his name written on six
WATER POWER COMPANY
FORMED AT FORT DODGE
FORT DODGE, la., June 22.-(8pectal.)-Through
the initial activities of W. XV.
and D. M. Stearns of Humboldt, the Fort
Dodge Water Power company was In
corporated yesterday afternoon with a
capital of $500,000. This company alms to
put a hydro-clectrlp plant In the De
Moines river near Fort Dodge. Fort
Dodge men have" subscribed $100,000 of the
capital stock. 1
Two rival tactions, one the water power
company, and the, other promoters of a
proposition ' to have tho city build a
power dam, are now after the same site.
The officers In the new company are:
THE.BEER.Y0U LIKE V
ffet wido by
6 feet vide by
7 feet vide by
a fn vidA hv
10 feet wide
G. L. Tremaln, Humboldt, president; K.
J. Breeu, Fort Dodge, vice president, and
J. R. aiulroney of Fort Dodge, treasurer.
The hoard of directors comprise the offi
cers and E. Ij. Marsh, Fort Dodge; John
Lauferswoller. Fort Dodge; B. 13. Burn
qulst. Fort Dodge; O. K. Larson, Fort
Dodge, and D. M. Stcartis of Humboldt.
No Poison Found
in Girl's Stomach
IOWA CITY, la.. Jane .-RpecUl Tals-ram.)-ElUabeth
Maltlana of Washing
ton, la., was not murdered, aocordlng to
the findings of 2 -t X. E. W. Roc wood,
head of the chemistry department in the
University of Iowa. Prof. Rock wood found
no trace of poison In the girl's stomach
nor In the candy given to her by Blaine
Asher of Chicago. Death Is now attrib
uted to rapture of th meeentrle artery
leading to the large intestine, of which
only three similar eases are known to
WOODBINE. la:, June ES. -Special. )
Dean W. C. WUcoa of Iowa university
was the speaker of the evening at the
graduating exercises of the Woodblna
Normal school here last evening. "What
Is an Education In IowT" was the ub-
Ject of the address. The address was
soholarly, full of valuable facts, humors
Snd eloquent. The rmnrlc funrlshed by the
choral society and orchestra was an
usually fine; likewise the decoration.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Best Beer to You Quickest"
Matting covered shirt waist and skirt
boxes; all sizes and designs; just the
thing to, protect clothes from moths
this summer. Some only ...... ..$3
Cedar chests in skirt length boxes, moth
proof ,., $14 to $25
, Porch Shades
Gorman Woodweh Porch Curtains, made of
pliable wood strips that will not break; worea
closely together with strong ord. We can fit
these ehaUea to any space no matter how larg
or email. Ob Bleeping porchei where rentila-'
tlon and privacy are -wanted there is nothing to
equal them. Prices as low as the lowest ana)
quality th very best.
A fact u-IAa y.t i fott Ions; ....St2.n
3 foet long
S fji long
& fact long
by feet long .......
PERSONAL DAMAGE SUITS .
ON TRIAL IN NEBRASKA CITY
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., June'
(Bpedal.) In the district court a Jury
and the court have been wrestling wttn
ths personal damage suit of Hobert
against the JliAstonrl Pacific railway for
the last three days and the Jury, after
being out aU fright, brought rn a 'verdict
for the railway company. This was
suit where a man who was a passenger
on one of Ita trains claims to hare been
thrown across the car and Injured while
the coaches were bedng a witch sd either
here or Union, he could not state, and be
was unconscious untn he reached Kansas
The court and the Jury have taken up
the case of Schwappe against Uhl and
others. It is a personal injury case,
where the plaintiff claims his team was
frightened by reason of tits plaintiff pass
lng In an automobile. The team ran away
and he was Injured. The defendants
were out boosting the town of Talmage
and making a tour of the county and ths
accident happened near Syracuse. .'The
plaintiff asks for a large sum of money.
POLISH CITIZENS PLAN '
TO BUILD A POLISH HOWIE
The Polish citlsena ot Douglas, county
have Vnder consideration end JUyY VJf
fected plans for the erection -W a Potli?1" j
home. It Is the Intentlon'of the promot
ers to hold a public meeting or a celebra
tion to mark the launching of this pro- , "
Ject this afternoon at Kosciusko hall, on ,
Twenty-seventh and J streets, South
Omaha, at t o'clock sharp. . , .-V-
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