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THE BKE: OMAHA, SA'JTRIUY, APRIL 26, 1913.
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Apparel Expressing the Very Latest
Style Ideas Yet Moderate in Price
During tne past week we nave re
ceived a very great many new styles of
wearing apparel. Every fashion which
has found favor in the East is now here
for your examination. The very newest
styles at moderate prices.
Dresses for Spring and Summer Wear.
Fashioned From Fabrics Now In Vogue
$450, $8.50, $15, $25
Silk and Lingerie Dresses for semi-dress occasions and
Country club wear
$19.50, $25, $35
Suits of Ratine, Epongo, Bedford Cords, Poplin, Serge and
novelty weaves, Balkan styles, plain tailored effects and
dressy cutaway styles- $25. $30. $35
Coats for every purpose, rain, street, informal or evening
$12.50, $19.50, $25, $35
The Store for Shirtwaists
Ribbons at Almost
A SATURDAY BARGAIN EVENT OP PARTICULAR
INTEREST, COMMENCING AT 9:00 A. M.
Beautiful Brocaded Satin Ribbon, pink, blue, lavender,
white, green and yellow, 5 and 8-inch widths, worth 50c
to $7.00 a yard.
Saturday, 5-in. width, 25c a yard.
8 inch width, 59c a yard.
These are matched sks for Hair Ribbons nnd Sashes.
All Hair Ribbons and sashes bought at this Bale will
be tied free of charge on day of sale only. '
Fancy Flowered Ribbons in all popular colors, worth 75c
to $1.00 a yard. Saturday, only 59c a yard.
UNITED STATESOWHS CANAL
Mr. Olney Says it Has Eight to Fix
TEEM "ALL NATIONS" DEFINED
SprnUrr Snyn it U Clear thtU Thl
l'hnsc of the Trenty Does Sot
Include the United
White and colors, low neck,
short sleeves, breech or tight
knee, 50c, 85c, $1, $1.50.
Children's colored rompers,
high neck, long sleeves, 2 to 6
Children's colored aprons, 2
to 10 years, 40c and 50c.
400 yards 50c, 36-inch Shirt
Waist Linen, Saturday only,
29c a yard.
1,0 yards limit to a customer.
2,000 yards 25d white undor
crepe, Saturday, 15c a yard.
Sale Odd Half
Special; sale, 25c
els, 53cJ ISaturday;
bjue & red borders
The waiBt section always has new styles for your inspection.
This Saturday wo offer newly nrrived spring and summer
waists for- 98c, $1.25, $1.69
Women s and Children s
Women's Gauze Vests, low
neck, no sleeves, 25c.
Women's Gauze Lisle Vests,
low nock, no sleeves, French
band top, Knyser make, 50c.
Women's Fine Ribbed Gauze
Union Suits, low neck, no
sloevos, fitted or umbrella
knee, 50c; out sizes, (J5c.
Children's three-in-one Suits,
low neok, no sleeves, knee
length, sizes 2 to 12 years, 50c.
Made to Your Measure
Tailored Suits, Coats
and Beautiful Silk
Every garmput wo make to
order must fit right must
wear right must look right
nmstsatisfy you. Forjfurthcr '
information visit 'd?0HS goods
section. Main floor.
Toilet Articles Reduced
15c and 20c Hand Brushes, for
Pond's Vanishing Cream, for
Tooth IlrufthCH, 7'Sc.
Hygienic Toilet Sonp, 29c box.
Handsome 40-inch Figured
Voiles, 35c Yard
Dainty Dresden figures
contrasting with white
ground, to be made over col
ored or white foundations.
A very beautiful fabric.
Nothing is fresher or lovelier
for dresses, waists and kimo
nos. A great favorite this
51 AND fltD
HOWARD J AJND SIXTEENTH STREETS
Trimmed Hats Half d Less
. Three great bargains in
Uritrimmed Hats: Just! the
shape for plain and fancies.
Silk Hosiery That Will
Thread Silk Hose, with lisle garter tops and soles, $1 a pair.
But-I-Nol Silk Stockings mean comfort, security and econ
omy. The garter clasps once adjusted stay in place, slip
easily into the button hole, always with the same tension,
never "too loose," never "too tight," preventing the stock
ing from "running."
Regular sizes, $1.50 a pair. Out sizes, $1.65 a pair.
Men's Superior Union Suits
Superior Union Suits can't gap in the seat, can't bind in
the crotch. They give double wear where the wear is hardest.
No broken buttons to sit on. Absolutely perfect fitting.
For $1 we have a very desirable garment in Vi sleeves and
lengths, athletic stylo and full length garments.
$1.50 qualities, long, short, styles,' or athletic styles in
fine lisle an exceptionally good wearing garment. .
$2 qualities, a very fine lisle garment in all styles.
The famous B'. V. D. nainsook garment; $1 and $1.50 a suit.
WASHINGTON. April 26. The United
States, ns owner of the Panama canal,
has the right to fix such terms at' it
pleases and the neutrality of the water
way applies to Its users only and not
the United States. This was the view
expressed today by Wchard Olney, for
mer secretary of state, whose speech vaa
read before a meeting; of the American
Society of International Law. Mr. Olney
did hot attend,
"It Is clear," Mr. Olney's speech con
tinued, "that a nation or a state does not
convey away Its property or sovereignty
except by terms that are clear and cus-
ceptlblo of no other meaning;; and that
where the meaning can be taken to 'avor
tho United States, It Is the clear right
of the United States to urge that It bo
held that the words 'all nations' do not
mean to Include the United States. How
ever, It is not necessary to rely upon this
presumption, as tho United States is
owner and can fix terms as It pleases.
"If the question Is submitted to arbi
tration It should not be permitted to go
to The Hague, but to a special tribunal.
The Hague would be partial, as admit
tedly all European powers arc Interested
in the outcome."
Another speaker wlio compared the rela
tive Interest of the United States and
Great Britain at the various stages of
tho Panama canal negotiations was
Chandler P. Andorson, former counselor
of the State department, who in effect
declared that the "United States is clearly
entitled to exempt Its own veessels from
the payment of tolls or to refund such
, Mion Asrrees Trltlt Olney.
Iiewls Nixon or New Tork agreed with
Mr. Olnoy that the. ownership of the
Panama canal gave to tho United States
right to make such rules as it saw fit,
and such rules excluded this country from
the provisions of existing treaties regard
ing "all nations."
"There Is not ono word or phrase," said
Mr. Nixon, "that even by implication de
nies our right to give free tolls to our
vessels In any trade. I am satisfied that
this Is understood, and that tho strategy
of present movements Is that violent pro
tests against remission of toll-on vesels
In the coasting trade may make us con
tent to rest our case there, and not regu
late commerce In the constitutional and
more beneficial way to the nation by
freeing our vessels from tolls In the for
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
TAIL INMMESG0 ON STRIKE
Industrial Workers Refuse to labor
on Colorado Book File.
fOLIOE JUDGE "COKES BACK"
the rock pile. The Industrial Workers
were arrested yesterday upon their ar
rival from Pueblo.
Orders Recalcitrants Be Pat an
Dirt of Hresjd sad Wnter Until
They Aajree. to Serre
COLORADO SPR1NC1B. Colo., April
FourWen members of the Industrial
Workers of the World, sentenced for
vagrancy by the, police court today and
ordered to work out their sentences on
the rock pile, went on v strike. They held
a meeting", gravely- discussed the court's
ruling, then anpounced. that they would
not work. When, nevrs of the strike was
received by the police judge he ordered
the men confined in jalj pn a diet of bread
nnd water until they are willing to tackle,
What It Will Boy
Buy the ;noat possible with your
dimes and you can put dollars, in
the bank at ths end of the month.
Saturday is 10 cent day at Bea
ton's arid, a dime SvlU buy 16 to
NEW TARIFF PRIMARY
CLASS IN THE HOUSE
(Continued from Pago One.)
checks In Waterloo for about $300. If
Massachusetts authorities are willing to
give up the prisoner he will be returned
to Waterloo to answer charges made of
ti cents of value. '
OK WlTPSJJAT 7X1 CSS
XOc 1.1b, box Lavender
20c 1-lb. box Flaka I fin
Camphor I UU
JSC Dido. Kail Knamel . Qq
1 pint Household I fl.
SSc and J 6c Nail Kile Qq
tie and SSc Tooth Brushes I fln
manufacturer's simple.. I WU
1 pint Penatured Alcohol Qq
?5c DeMar's Glycerine
tic De Mar Face Pow- Qq
3.0Z. bottle Glycerine and
Rose Water ,
1 lb. Epsom Salts, j Qq
tie De Mar's Tooth Pow- Qq
c Ksnltol Tooth
"Follow the Beaton Path"
Beattn Drug Co,
Fa mam and lflth 8U.
efficiency and economy which will per
mit Industry to stand upon Its own feet
with less support from the government,
the people refuse to be longer taxed to
accomplish the survival of the unfit."
Mr. Palmer declared that the Under
wood bill would not cause any decrease
In, the aggregate production of industry
In the country nor Impair tho earnings
"I have no fear," he said, "that the
American wage earner will suffer, un
less the American manufacturer shall
feel that wide distress on the part
of labor Is not too high a price to pay
to compel a return to the old protective
system, and deliberately close his mills
In order to frighten the people of the
country into a repudiation of this new
is Still Missing
liOS ANQELES, Cal.. April S8.-8ug.
geatlons that certain resorts enjoyed
official protection resulted today In the
summoning of Police Sergeant George
Hartmeyer as1 a witness before the grand
jury. Chief Sebastian said that he
-would summon Hartmeyer before him.
Another witness today was Fred Lloyd,
a private detective, said to have been
employed by suspected persons who were
with Katherlne Phillips just before she
vanished. Miss Phillips is the girl who
started the white slavery Investigation
after she had been arrested for alleged
blackmail at the Instance of George If,
Bixby, the Long Beach banker. Bixby
Is still mlsstrur. A state-wide search is
now being conducted tor him, but friends
asserted today that he would reappear
within twenty-four hours.
Bubpoenas were Issued commanding
the presence of his son, Richard Bixby,
before the grand Jury, but when officers
were sent to Long Beach to serve the
summons they could not find the young
man. Young Btxby's testimony was de
sired because It was thought he would
be able to disclose his father's whereabouts.
ROBINSON TO NORFOLK
TO CHECK UP ASYLUM
(Krom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. April 2S.-(Bpectal.)-K. J.
Robinson of the auditor' office will be
sent to the Norfolk Insane nnvliim Mnn.
day to check up that Institution nnd
check out Superintendent Johnson, who
throws up tho Job because, as. hn rlnliim.
the governor Is using It as a political
root ball. The governor denies tho alle
gation and says that tho renlirnntlnn nf
Dr. Johnson Is accepted.
Dr. Guttcrv. at nrespnt niil.inni nin-i.
clan, will have charge of the Institution
until the governor makes selection of a
taking carbolic acid. Her health had been
poor nnd since her return from a hospital
In Independence she had before made bov
era! attempts to take her life.
CUNDIFF GOES TO KANSAS
LINE OF UNION PACIFIC
Effective May 1, W. K. Cundlfr, as
sistant general passenger ngent of the
Union Pacific, with, headquarters In
Omaha, Is transferred to Kansas City,
retaining the same title, but having Juris
diction over the Kansas, Instead of I he
Nebraska and Wyoming lines. He will
bt with General Freight and Passenger
Mr. Cundlft has been with the Union
Pacific seven years, having risen by rue
oesslve steps from the position of mte
Woman Commit Suicide.
WATERLOO, la., April . (Special
Telegram.)-Mrs. M. J. Heathershuw,
aged 47, committed suicide last night by
Bryan Refuses to
Talk of His Mission
CHICAGO, April 25. "I am going to
California to listen and to learn ns well
a to present the federal government's
views on 'the proposed alien land legis
lation," raid Secretary of State William
J. Bryan on his arrival here late this
afternoon. Mr. Bryan talked to a group
of reporters at the railway station before
ho went to the University club to await
tho departure of his train for California
at 7 o'clock tonight.
"I don't think the situation calls for
my statements front me before I get
there," said Mr. Bryan. "Whether I will
mnkn mv ni.f.phH In California I don't
know. It merely Is to be a conference
and that doesn't necessarily mean speech-
LONDON, April . "TeetotsI diplom
acy," as suggested at Washington In
Secretary Bryan's wlneless dinner to the
foreign diplomats. Is receiving consider
able notice In the English press. The
Dally News raises the question whether
the American secretary of state has a
real "moral right to send round the tec
total punch and condemn his enforced
guests to Ice water?" and asks It "this
new form of tyranny may not lead to
some horrid consequence by upsetting the
digestion and temper of some old-fash'
loned diplomat?" It adds:
"There Is more in this than meets the
eyo, even though the punch bowl bo
The Pall Mall Gazette makes a similar
gibe and concludes that "the capital of
the great republic Is destined to become
known as 'wlshywashlngton.' "
BENZINE EXPLODES; TWO
DEAD AND THREE DYING
HAMBURG, Germany, April 25. Two
men are dead and three are dying out of
eight Injured In an explosion of benzine
last night on board the new Hamburg-
American liner Imperator at Cuxraven.
The accident was caused by a workman
filling his pocket cigar lighter from a
benzine tank. About 2,000 workmen were
Slapea Wanted In lona.
WATERLOO. Is-, April .-(Specla!
Telegram.) The chief of police today re
ceived messages from Somervllle, Mass.,
stating that Frank V. Mapes was under
arrest there on a charge of bigamy. He
is wanted badly In Iowa for severa1 mis
demeanors. He is charged with forging-
A Reform in Dentistry
Dentistry of today
lictai writ nitvaTli'Ail
sufficiently to Im-'fl
orove upon Motner;
Kaiure. nut aen-'
tlstry should emu
late nature's tro-
Any dentistry that does not nave that effect In
it nature mougni u wise to equip me nuuimi
slv would have csonn so. Hh did not. however.
Instead she placed In every human being's mouth a good' set of lull teeth and
If every individual had obeyed her laws regarding teeth preservation they
would nave enjoyea perrect teem during ineir existence, uut neglect ana
cess as closely as possible.
view is not nroner dentistry
family with half teeth she surely would have done so.
carelessness have caused them to pay the price and they have to resort to
the work of man. Now what the Individual wants Is not a makeshift com
pound of metal with corroding surfaces which harbor germs or bacteria that
cause inflammatory conditions to the whole mucous membranes of the mouth
and extend by continuity to the air passages, preventing natural breathing by
obstructive conditions of tho nasal passages which cause the Individual to
become a mouth breather, resulting In a thickened condition of the mamona
of the Bronchial tubes, setting up a chronic Bronchitis and eventually
Phthisis. Not only that, but the bacteria that has eet up their habitat In the
rryps of metal plates are conveyed into the alimentary canal causing at
least 90 of all diseases the human flesh Is heir to.
It was this result that prompted Dr. Todd to study out a way by which
this condition could be reduced to a minimum, and by taking nature's work
ss a guide he Invented the full porcelain sanitary tooth. By close observa
tion of his patients who have been wearing them for the past three years
he feels gratified to find that these conditions have been nearly overcome
and the gratification of those wearing his Sanitary Full Teeth is a drreat
source of satisfaction to the doctor.
DR. TODD, Olfk. 403 Brand.is Buildini. Phena Dauj. 2S22
position of rate clerk. Mr. Kelly has been
In the freight department of the North
western Railway company for several
STELLA, Neb., April 25.-(SpcclaI.) -.
Barton C. MoTaggart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. McTaggart. was recently
married to Miss Esther Alice Grler at the
homo of her mother in Plymouth. Iml.
The groom Is a stenographer for th Ar
mour Packing company and ic and his
bride will make their homo fn Clilragr.
He Is a graduate of tho high whnol at
Wllsonvllle, Neb., where his parents
Ilrv. J. J. W. Plncr.
STORM LAKE, la.. April .-(8neclan
Rev. J. J. W. Place, for the last two
years pastor of the local Baptist church,
died this morning after an Illness of one
month with Bright's disease. He was
tO years of ace. The funeral tvn hoiH
today and Interment will be made In Des
DENVER, April 25. Moses FI.illMt
former chief Justice of thP terrltnrini
supreme court of Colorado and United
mates district Judge for the Colornrfn
district, died here todav at thp n 17 nf 7x
uenerai senility is given, as the cause of
Persistent Advertising u fh.
Two Men Hanged at
Socorro, New Mexico
SOCORRO, N. M April 2o.-Donled a
commutation of qentenco to life imprison
ment by Governor W C. McDonald, two
men, Irvln Frasor and Francisco Gra
nndo, convicted of first degree murder,
paid the extreme penalty ot their crimes
on the gallows early today.
Fraser was sentenced to hang for the
killing of Deputy Sheriffs Thomas Hall
and Al smlthera ot Luna county, in a
flcht With a posso following a jail break
at Dcmlng, November 7, 1911. Fraser
was arrested In El Paso.
Granndo was convicted for shooting
William S. Clark, manager of tho Mogol
lon Mercantile company store at Mogol
Ion. February 9 1912, In an attempted
NOT GUILTY, IS VERDICT
IN SIOUX CITY CASE
SIOUX CITY, la., April 2S.-(Spcclal
Telegram.) Ed Wood was found not
guilty today. He was tho first ot five
Indicted election Judges and clerks In tho
Fifth ward to bo tried. He' was charged
with entering falsely in the poll books
the names of dead men and absent men
as having voted.
TOFIELD, Alberta, April 23.-WJth the
ai rival of reinforcements and provisions
fiom Fort Saskatchewan today tho cordon
has been drawn closer around Oscnr Fon
berg, the outlaw, who has barricaded
himself In a cabin near Grassy lake,
where Detective Bailey of tho northwest
ern mounted police was shot.
The Persistent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
Nrvr Mate Clerk Chosen.
PIERRE. S. D.. April I3.-(Ppeclal Tele
gramsThe State Railway commission
has selected D. I Kelly of Huron for the
SUITS TO ORDER $20 Worth $25 to S28
ON SALE SATURDAY
Your choico of a nice lino of blue oir gray serges, fancy
worsteds and Scotches. Every suit well tailored, carefully
tried on and guaranteed perfect in fit and style.
. We sell a good hat for $2.00.
MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.
304-306 South 16th Street.
WINDUP ON SATURDAY
4 MILLINERY SPECIALS 4
For Tailored Hats, formerly sold
from $3.50 to $5.00.
For Mid-summer Hats, In all newest colorings,
values 15.00 to $7.00.
For best line ot Tailored Hats, all exclusive mod
els, $7.00 to $10.00 values.
For any of our new Mid-summer models, made
to sell at $10.00 to $20.00.
Cut Price Milliner