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mE BEE: OMAITA, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1913.
Wearing Apparel for May
Not a day passes but
what some stylish new ap
parel for the well dressed
woman arrives in our beau
tiful ready-to-wear section.
We have made great prep
arations for the month of
Saturday, we will show
many new styles. You
will make a mistake if you
do not come and see them.
THE STORE FOR
SILK HOSE AT ALL
Silk Boot Hose, lisle tops
and soles, silk boots, black,
white and tan 50c a pair.
Phoenix Silk Hose, lisle
to) and Roles 75c a pair.
Phoenix Silk Hose $1 a
Heavy Weight Silk Hose,
staple shades and black
$1.50 a pair.
Thread Silk Hose, hand
embroidered, silk clocked
$2 and $2.50 a pair.
Women's Gauze Vests,
low neck, sleeveless, 20c
Women's Fine Ribbed
Gauze Vests, low neck, short
sleeves, fitted waists, 35c.
Women's Ribbed Gauze
Union Suits, low neck, no
sleeves, fitted or umbrella
Children '3 Gauze Vests,
low neck, no sleeves, all
SALE OF TOILET
Chamois Skins, 4c.
Powder Puffs, large size,
Wild Root Shampoo Soap,
2 cakes for 25c.
Voilet Orris Root, 25c a
In Silk, Bedford Cord, Sorgo,
Poplin, in all tho desirable colors.
Our prices aro $15, $25, $29.50
Thero aro hundreds of now
drosses hero. Evory one made
exclusively for us. Charming
styles. Our prices are $5, $7.50,
$9.50, $12,50, $10.50 and up to $75
Tn Silk, Satin, Mntelesse, Serge, Bedford Cord and all
other desirable fabrics.
Our prices aro $12.50, $16.50, $19.50 and $25.
All alterations are free of charge, thus saving from
$2.50 to $5.00.
A Great Sale of Laces--Most
of Them at Half
Commencing at 9 a. m.
These laces are not only worth tho prices we quote as
regular, but they have sold at these prices. Also Half
Prico Means Half Price.
Voniso, Shadow Macramo Ratine, Real Irish, and all-
overs. Sold from 25c to $7.50 a yard. ON SALE AT
HALF PRICE, or 12Mc to $3.75 a yard.
Price Reduction Sale of
More than 100 beautiful Hats,
within the last two days, have been
added to our enormous stock. All
will be on sale Saturday. You know
the genuine beauty and character of
Thompson-Belden Hats. You should
attend this tomorrow sure. Here are
$7.50 to $8.75 Values $5
$11 to $12 Values $8.75
$12.50 to $15 Values $10
$16.50 to $20 Values $15
$25 to $35 Values $20
SOLD FROM r
25c to $7.50
A YARD .
rJ2 1-2c TO' i
$3.75 A YD.
A. fow laces- not roduced to quito half prico, but vory
closo to half. Including Voniso, Shadow and Muoramo.
$8.00 value $4.98 j $2.75 value $1.45
$6.50 value $3.69 $1.10 valuo 69c
$5.00 value ............. $2.69 50c valuo 31o
An additional shipment of those
wonderful $10 Panamas
ON SALE TOMORROW
The same as pic
tured here. Actual
$10 value, tomor
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
$1 QUALITY 69c
Of very fine quality,
spring shades of grey in
dainty stripes and pin
checks. Display in window,
also at Dross Goods Section.
Samples given, if interested.
Models to suit every
woman . mado to special
measure in a manner which
has proven very pleasing 'to
scores of discriminating wo
men. DRESSES, SUITS,
COATS, SKIRTS, SILK
Complete information at
Dress Goods Section.
Special Saturday Only
All linen Men's Hand
kerchiefs ($1 dozen)
regular size, on sale in
Men's Furnishing Department.
Long White Silk
Glmves, 89c pair
16-button Milanese Silk
Gloves with Paris point
stitching, in white only.
Every pair equal to $1.25
quality. On sale Saturday,
89c a pair.
Wo aro exclusive
Agents in Omaha
We do not employ solicitors.
RECOGNITION IS GIVEN CHINA
United States Welcomes New Re
public Into Family of Nations.
WILSON'S MESSAGE DELIVEREL
Note Presented by Chnne Williams
to President Yuan Shi Knl
Interesting Situation Pre
CHEMIST AIDS MILITANTS
t f n. t i
in conspiracy Axiai.
AX90N CAMPAIGN IS PLANNED
Xcrttera froip Clayton Giro Uuiu of
Places Vulnerable to Attacks
plan of Hulldln and In
tractions Given tn Note.
with tho content of the authorities, re
moved from the house In which she had
been staying In London,, to a sanitarium
at Woking, where she will remain under
tho supervision of the police. She traveled
In a motor ambulance, which was fol
lowed by a taxlcah conveying several
Scotland Yard detectives, who were on
duty to prevent Mrs. Pankhurst attempt
ing to fleo tho country.
LONDON, May I Itavr street court
was crowded this morning, when a band
of six militant suffragettes, who were
arrested In tho pollco raid an me heads
quartern of tho Woman's Social and Po
litical union on Wednesday, were brought
tip before the magtitrato on a charge of
conspiracy under the malicious damage
act. The prisoners Included "General"
UrtL Flora Drummond, Miss Harriet
Roberta Kerr, Miss Agnes Lake, Miss
Itachael Barrett. Miss Laura Lennox,
Mrs, Beatrice Saunders and Miss Annie
Kenney. With them were also Clayton,
the analytical chemist token. Into oustody
last night at Richmond, and Sydney
Drew, tho printer of yesterday's issue of
the Suffragettes, who was arrested this
Borne interesting documents Belied by
the police were read by the proa outing"
counsel. Thoy -were Intended to show
Clayton's connection with tho militant
movement. One of them was addressed
to Miss Annie Kenney and regretted the
delay In supplying some chemical prepa
ration she tiad asked for.
Plan for Campaign Outlined.
"The exact proportions are very diffi
cult to get." It said, adding, "Tlease
burn this letter."
Another document bearing Clayton's
name suggested a widespread scheme of
false fire alarms, and still another gave
a list of seven timber yards in London
which "lend themselves particularly well
In a third letter Clayton said he hod
a list of cotton manufacturers In London
"whose premises I will Inspect during
the next few days and report "
The chief office of the National Health
Insurance commission at Buckingham
Sato was also suggested as a good place
to attack. A plan of the building was
given, with details as t'j the entrances
and windows, and a suggestion was
made as to bow "au operator might
throw in a kindled paraffin torch."
The office of the health commission at
Queen Anne's gate was also indicated
as vulnerable, the letter stating, "There
is a tremendous store of paper and sta.
A bottle filled with nltro glycerine and
wrapped in brown paper was discovered
by a policeman today at the tube sta
tion at Piccadilly Circus. Ths Scotland
Yard officials declared that it was un
dcubtedly left by a suffragette "bomb
Mrs. KrnmlUne Pankhurst was tadoy
BATTLE WITHDANDELIONS ON
Thousands of the Yellow Terrors
Slain During the First Day.
MORE TO FALL ON SATURDAY
University of Kansas
Opens Its Exposition
LAWRENCE. Kan., May !.-Opening
tho first biennial Kansas University ex
position today by pressing a button in
ills office at the state capltol In Topeka,
Governor George II. Hodges caused to
unfold a largo scroll that delivered a
mosnago from him formally beginning to
The Kansas University exposition Is an
Innovation In college affairs. The build
Ings contain exhibits of tho work done by
tho students In the class roomi.
The exposition Is also a miniature
world's fair" with a "pike" where
booths aro managed by various student
organisations. McCook. field will be the
scene of a constant whirl of athletic con
tests during the two days of the fair.
Thr campus Is a vast tproad of flags and
Tho displays of tho work of tho stu
dents Is the primary attraction. Among
other features will bo tho May fete to
morrow, conducted by tho Young Wo
man's Christian association of the tint
verslty. A May pole with quaint and
picturesque dance by golly attired girl
students and led by the queen of the
May, tho "most popular girl on the hill,"
but whose Identity has been kept secret.
will add charm to the affairs. A circus
will be held In the gymnasium tonight.
jsvery one 01 me i,vx siuaents nas a
part In tho exposition.
West Kornam School Children Will
lnudt nrslilrnt District to
Knrn Money to Buy n
Persistent Advertising Is tho Itoad to
Negro Assassin Still Soajtht.
AUQU8TA. 3u.. May 1. After hiding sll
night tn the swamps Htohard Austin, the
negro who yesterday killed two white
men and wounded four of a posse hunting
nim lor attempted assault on a young
wmte woman, supped past nis pursuers
toaay ana escapea.
Movements of Ocean Steamers.
Port Arrl4. 1111.
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ASSAILS WILSON FOR
NEW JERSEY SPEECH
Despite Intermittent showers of rain
the untl-dandellon urmy Invaded the yel
low lawns In the residential district to
day and wrought groat tiavoo with spade
und knlfo. At least 60,000 dandelions wore
slain. In some districts whero the hand-
to-hand battle was fiercest the carnage
was frightful. Heaps of the dead peats
were piled high on lawns, itreets and
alleys. Dandelion down drifted In filmy
clouds from hundreds of yellow-decked
yards as knives rose and fell in deadly
Mayor Dahtman, who proclaimed two
days for dandelion destruction, viewed
tho battlefield with complacency and
complimented the citizens on the nrdor
with which they fought. II) believes it
will not be necessary, as proposed, to
make It a misdemeanor to gtow dandelions.
School children 80.000 strong swept over
the damp grass with a whoop of Joy and
left a train of dead plants In their wake.
Kach pupil pulled at least one plant
making a grand total of 20,00). Parnam
school children not only worked, but
made plans for this morning. They will
churge Into tho t Farnam district,
assail the noxious weed and slay them
by the dosen for pay. With tho monoy
they receive they will purchase a vlc
trola. They have sent a warning Into
the West Farnam district to "Look out,
Street Commissioner Kugel's vans win
be turned Into hearses to Haul the dean
plants to a grave on some ! sorted lot.
The dandelions killed will be allowed to
wither on the grass where they are piled,
but later they will be taken away with
those destroyed In the second day's battle.
portions of the speech ho considered de-unclatory-thosa
In which the president
said he thought some of the legislators
had acted In bad faith with reference, to
Tho president listened and then, It Is re
ported, he replied:
That's not denunciation; those are
He was surprised, he added, according
to those who attended the meeting, that
McDermott had seen fit to put tho
At this point the assemblyman sought
to cross-examine the president In an en
deavor to pin him down specifically as to
the nature of the bill he thought should
be enacted, but Mr. Wilson sat down, re
fusing to answer. Acting Oovernor
Fielder here stepped into the breach and
said calming words.
In tho lobby of the Carteret club after
wards thero was a discussion on the In
cident and several Ipgtslators criticised
Mr. McDermott for what they called a
breach of etiquette.
WILMINdTO.V. Del., May i Wllmlng.
ton ceased to be a "Gretna Green," when
the new marriage license law went Into
effect yesterday and It was Impossible
for any couple to be legally married In
Deleware for twenty-four hours after it
X'nder the provision of the law, a rest
dent of the state must purchase a license
twenty-four hours previous to the per
formance of the ceremonies, while non
residents are required to secure license
ninety-six hours prior to their use.
(Continued from Page One.)
Morgan Interests Are
Accused of Blocking
WASHINGTON, May 1-As a result of
testimony beforo the senate terrltor'es
commltttee today representatives of tho
Morgan and Guggonhelm Interests In
Alaska will bo naked what the' know
of alleged threats to retard the develop
ment of tho territory.
J. E. Uallalne of Seattle, before the
commltteo today, declared George W.
Perkins had told him several years ugo
that the Morgan Interests never would
permit tho development of Alaskan rail
ways until coal claims there were ob
tained under government patents.
Members were greatly Interested tn Hal-
lalno's testimony and declared that Mr.
Perkins and others Interested In tho Mor
gan or auggonhelm coal companies would
be asked to appear.
"Why not establish a naval base In
Alaska?" Delegate Wlckersham asked to
day of the annate territories committer.
"Then, If you want to go to tho orient,
you will have a route 1,000 miles shorter,
HOWELL REWARDS HELPERS
(Continued from Page One.)
slner Is the reward of Mike Lee, which
also threatens to Impair the efficiency
of the entire departmont. Mlka Lee, who
representative rendered such valiant
service to Howell, the lobbyist, at Lin
coln, has been appointed superintendent
of service Inspection at a nice, fat salary.
I -co takes the place of R. D. Duncan,
for seventeeil years one of the employes
of the plant, dropped now at a moment's
notice. There wns no warning, no sug
gestion that It would happen a crabbed
statement and he was put out In the
cold to make a berth for a political fa
Duncan had been 111 oft and on during
the winter, and under the shadow of
this Illness Howell found excuse, but his
employes smile at him and shake their
heads mid wonder what salary the peo
pie's representative who atood so firm
tor Lobbyist Howoll will receive.
"Sure, he'll get more than Duncan
did," said a clerk, sadly. "Depend on It,
he'll be paid for what he did at Lincoln.
Ho wasn't working for nothing. What's
the use of us working our fingers off to
make jobs to be given to political cronies
in .exohauge for carrying out Howell's
Pinna Medal for Veterans.
WASHINGTON. May 1. Senator O'Gor
man Introduced a bill today to authorize
the secretary of war to give a medal to
rarh surviving union and confederate vet
eran soldier or tne battle or Uettsburir
Tho Mil would appropriate 130.000 for' ti e
and If you build those Alaskan railroads,
you will have millions of tons of coal
near your naval base."
The Alaskan delegates spoke for an
hour In behalf of Senator Chamberlain's
resolution for a government bond lasus
of J35.00O.O00 to build 723 miles of rail
road from southern Alaskan ports to the
WASHINGTON, May J.-The nev
Chinese republic was formally recognized
today by the United States. Charge Wll
llama at Peking cabled that he had de
livered the formal recognition as he wai
authorized to do upon complete organiza
tion of the now government.
This government's action has created a
most Interesting International situation
and brings to the point the intenltlons of
the five other powers, parties tu the six
power loan negotiations, from wMdi the
United States recently wlthdruw, rn
nounclng Its purpose to recognlza China
and urging the others to do tho tarn). H
Is known that some of them at teast, re
quired more than a mere organization i f
a national legislature between which and
tho provisional executive serious friction
has already developed and that they wort
originally disposed to await tha Installa
tion of a president chosen by consltu-
tlonal methods and with evident adequaH
support to maintain himself.
On the other hand, the recant action o(
Yuan Sht Kal In concluding a loan for
1125,000,000 with the five powor group t
expected to prove a powerful Incentive to
those governments to support Vuan Shi
Kal by Joining In tho recognition of China
accorded today by tho United States.
President Wllson'a Meunge.
The formal recognition of the UnlUc
States was extended when Charge Wil
liams delivered to President Yuan Shi Kal
the following message from Presldont
"The government and people of th
United States having abundantly testi
fied their sympathy with the De.iple of
China upon their assumption of the at
tributes and powers of self-government
deem It opportune at this time, when tli
representative national assembly han met
to discharge the high duty of setting the
seal of full accomplishment upon the
aspirations of the Chinese people that I
extend In the name of my government of
my countrymen a greeting of welcome
to tho new China thus entering Into the
family of nations.
"In taking this step I entertain the
confident hope and expectation that In
perfecting a republican form of govern
ment tho Chinese nation will attain tc
the highest degree of development and
well being and that under tho new rule
all the established obligations of Chins
whloh pass to the provisional government
will In turn pass to and bo observed by
the government established by the as.
, neaponse of Yuan Sbl Kal.
President Yuan Shi Kal response was at
"In the name of the republic of China
I thank you most heartily for the message
of recognition you have sent me througn
your honored reorerentattve In this
capital, and the sentiments of amity nnd
good will which It bespeaks. Tho expres
slon of greeting and welcome which It
conveys at once testified to the American
spirit of mutual helpfulness and adds an
other brilliant page to tho history of
seventy years of uninterrupted friendly
Intercourse between China and the United
"Though unfamiliar with the republican
form of government, the Chinese people
are yet fully convinced of the soundness
of the principles which underly It nnd
which Is so luminously represented by
your glorious commonwealth. The sole
aim of the government which they havo
established therefore is and will be tc
preserve this form of government and
to perfect Its workings to the end that
they may enjoy Its unalloyed blessings,
prosperity and happiness within through
union of law and liberty and peace and
friendship without; through tho faithful
execution of all established obligations."
Yale Seniors Wear
Knickers on May Day
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. May 2. "Back to
Knickerbockers," Is the cry at Yale. The
seniors set the fashion suddenly as a May
day surprise by appearing In chapel yes
terday clad In "knickers."
Most of them were gray, but a few ven
tured out In greens and browns.. The
other classes liked the Idea so well that
the tailors are swamped with orders for
the new campus garb and unless the
seniors establish patent rights to their
Innovation It Is probable that a majority
of the students will be seen In "knickers"
from now on to commencement-
The Idea of the new fashion Is said to
have originated with Colo Porter of In
dianapolis, leader of the college glee club.
I own. Newa Notes.
IDA OROVE Louts Fobes. In plowing
up a field that had not been disturbed for
twelve years, dug up a nest of rattlt
snakes. He killed three of the snakes,
one of them six feet long and the other
two five feet long. These are the first
rattlesnakes seen In this section of noilh
west Iowa for many years.
SAC CITY Miss Gem Gilbert of Sac
City and Mr. Joseph McBreen, a young
farmer living north of here, were ma.
rled yesterday ut St. Mary's Roman
Catholic church, the Rev. Father Marx
officiating- After a short wedding trip
to filoux City they will be at home on th
STORM LAKE With Impressive cere
monies the corner stone of the new Lake
side Presbyterian church was laid
Tuesday afternoon. The address was
delivered by the Rev. E. E. Hastings, D.
D., pastor of the First Presbyterian
church of Fort Dodge. The edifice Is be
ing erected on one of tho prominent cor.
ners on Lake avenue at a cost of 1-15.000.
IDA OROVE-W. J. Wagoner, who li
here on a visit from Arkansas, came tc
Iowa In 1866 and was one of the men whe
platted the original town of Ida Grove.
His brother laid out the land for Sac
City, and tho two were among the very
first settlers In northwest Iowa. Mr
Wagoner was one of five men who, In
1872, started the Ida County Pioneer.
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unawares not knowing that
tho backache, hoadaches, and
dull, nervous, dizzy, all tired
condition aro often duo to kid
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Anybody who suffers con
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regularity of the secretions
miiy give just tho needed proof.
Doim's Kidney Pills have
been curing baokaoho and sick
kidneys for over fifty years.
Hero's an Omaha wise.
1 1 !'!'
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