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HIE OMAHA StTNDAT HfJET: 31 A r 4, irItf.
$2 Stylish All Wool Gray Novelty Batiste
Dress Goods Monday 69c a Yard
Batistes are known as a fabric for service and durability.
Light in weight, soft and clinging, in the new Spring
shades of gray, in dainty pin stripes and checks-. This
sale is not composed of odds and ends, but instead, brand new goods
taken from 6nr regular stock, every piece new.
The Very Best In Cmr
setry at the Price of
an Ordinary Corset
Why not clothe your
form with the best there
is in corsets when you
can hav the best for
little more than it costs
to buy the ordinary.
sound's KiJh- class. It
is, since i it represents
the best there is in the
fashion world, but the
prices are moderate.
If you pay $3.00 for an
onl'nary steel filled corset,
why iidt pay $2.uGmorend'
go; tlie'ftroper4joning, wliich
taHins,so muchto- your fig
ure.- " Irifrtst on being fitted
with n Rcdforn. , . v. .
That knowinsr little cofeot
adyjof purs can select '$Ugt
the'motlerfor yout fienre, aa
our lino of Rod fern covkjjs
is larger than over this
tot Its responalqllltlta to follow the presi
dent's advice In the wording of the taw
hlch U regards as Its duty to enact.
Whltn I Hhiitt
judgmen.tja(!.ih9 taction., of thft usscnljlyJ
on tw jHi'iet-K.1 Iul'y. presented,
the presldtoi's, vleys that, I do joCde?m.
a longer may jie,ci!Hary. vti ..ips co.n
trary I feel that lan bo mora udeful at
Washington whetvlthe presldwiUhaa b-
forq hlntitha bill at It reaches thr govcr-.
tior If 1 shall flnl)y( pass,,the assembly.
. "I eannqt.howevr, take mydepartur
-without giving expression io:ap.prclatlon.
01 ins stunt, 'in' wnicn. as u representa
tive, of the orectdent, 1 have been, re
ceived and of the courtesies that havp
been shown me at all times. Tho amity
that .has .characterised our Intercourse la
?ti keeping, I thln.k. with, the course that
3holld be pursued by those who, actlntj
fundej a sense of rtsponslblllty about
matters In which they are Jointly con
cerned, are unable to agree tippn th
weaiis. to tje. employed for reaching the
eni lij view. .
"The. presldant has lmprtsjcd on mo
at all times that I should emphasise the
fact that hit, only purpose is to confer
witn tne leguiaturo as, to the national
and International Tphases of the question
'under consideration and 'that he confers
as a not unsympathetic friend whq'de
Ires to Aid to the extend of his ability
In a matter whro he has not only a
(constitutional, duty to. perform, but where
hh mayb assumed to b able to Judga
the effect pf legislation, upon our tA
tloiui with othsc? coontrte i., '
' "He has pqDita&'puttthQ things which
seetn to hint unwise in.tho bill that has
passed the senate. The fst .words to
which he calls, attention rreje)l(ble to
cltlrenshlp," twhlch are ''as- clearly dli-
crlmlnatlns-as the wordq 'Ineligible tt
Reduce Your Laundry Troubles
Try tho Dependable '
QmiIm's Quality Laundry :
Manyy,yeara of acjtual.WperiencG have made
us laundry experts
Now French Voiles, 18c a
Mercerized Crepe Pllsse, 2po
.and 25c a yard. ...
VUoYon Color Voiles, 30c a
Silk -.Striped Voiles, 2c a
Woven Color Tissues, 15c,
19c and 25a & yard.
Woven Color Imported Ra
tine Crepe, 2 60 a yard.
Woven Color Crepe, 19c a
Cross-bnrrcd Batistes, 10b a
yard. ' 1 '
Wash Silks, 26c a yard.
Extra Values In Lace Curtains
and Curtain Materials
A tiniely event in'which, excellence of quality vies with
lownoss of price.
Special showing of a very complotp assortment of curv
tains, nil styles, specially priced from 95c to $12.50 a pair.
:Our -selection of Bungalow and fancy nets
by .the yard, the best quality combined with
the latest" designing, at moderate prices which
you will find it impossible to duplicate es
pecially priced from 20c to $E2$ per yard.' , '
' Special--Monday Only
50-inch mercerized Madras for over
mgs and portierei-cblors green, brown and
rose. r An extra
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH
clUionshlp" against Which ha so earnestly
auvwes. in tup second paragraph, tqe
property rights of those therein described
arc Uetlned as they are defined In the
treaty, lie fears that thta will ratse a
question of construction and Involves the
subject n a lawsuit that may be both
irruating ana protracted.
I have submitted to him the euanes-
tlon-but owing to his absence from
Washington Just at this trae have been
unabio as yet to curq an answer that
thRO limit upon any bill which you
pass might reduce to a minimum the un
favorable Influence it exerts. If that In;
nuence is unfavorable, if, for Instano,
any bill' that JVi pasjj dealing with the
subject Is limited In Its operations to two
years, or even four years but two ye-irs
would give opportunity for the next U-g-islatura
to net on the. subject If would
afford an opportunity for diplomatic ef
fort, with the hope that tho situation
could be so Improved as to make a re
enactment of the law unnecessary. Assuming-
that the people of California will
be satisfied to reach tho end they desire
by methods 'which will cause the least
friction between this and other, nations.
this sugestion Is made for the considera
tion of those who have to act upon the
If the legislature is willing to avoid
the- use of the words 'eligible to citizen
ship,' I am authorised to ougrest that
the line might bo drawn at another p?lnt
between those, whose right to own land
U defined, by treaty and those whose
right, to qyn land is not defined by treaty,
the former to be allowed to own accord
ing to the terms of the treaty, and the
latter to be allowed to, hold on thy came
terms that citizens of 'the United States
hold land. But the president desires me
to keep before you at all times the fact
that ha would prefer. If consistent with
- V '
Ratines, 25c and 30e u yard.
Morcerlzed Spunella, 25c a
.yard.. -4 . -
Woven Color Striped Pop
lins, 26c a yard.
Russian Cords, 25c a yard,
Egyptian Tissues and Em
broidered Tissues, 26c a, yard,
New Linens, 40c a yard.
Mercerizod Foulards, 26c a
.French Percales, 2?c b yard.
' "And manyother materials of
reliable construction and do
lue 'for $ondffiMy
your views of state's Interests, to hav
all action deferred for a timt sufficient to
permit him to employ dlplomotlo means.'1
HAW JS VOID, SAYS JOIIUA-V
Rilncatnr Snya it Will rir Tested tn.
Hnnrrnte Conr't. '
8T. LOUIS, May 3.-Callfornla cltUena
who oppose the antl-allen land ownership
bill passed' by the California senate will
hold Its operation in suspense by an ap
peal to the referendum, and tho validity"
of the law will bo tested in the feJeral
tipreme court, accbrdtng. to' President
David Starr Jordan of Leland Stanford
This opinion was expressed by Dr. Jor
dan In an address before the City club
here this afternoon. Dr. Jordan is a dole
gate, to the peace congress now In- session
The case, that in the onlnlon of Dr. Jor
dan, will bo tested In the supreme court.
Will result in a decision as to whether
line can be drawn between tho prop
erty-owning rights of Persians, Ar
menians, Turks and kindred nationalities,
ellglblo (o cltlienthlp, and the Japanese
and Chinese, who are. not eligible under
the federal laws,
Dr. Jordan said, personally, he con
sider the bill unconstitutional.
I am opposed to a state usurping
federal power," he said. "If the United
States maintains It standing among
other nation It must act as a unit; If it
allows California to do something, to
usurp 1U power, and then trie to tU
the blame where it belongs, the question
soon would be, asked. 'WhV Is California.!'
"The Japanese either can be kept out
of the United States with a club or they.
can bo admitted and they will go to
JArAJC MAT APPBAI. TO 1IAQUI5
Webb BUI In Present Form la Not
, WASHINGTON", May l-It waaMearned
lr today that the. AVbb - bUI . in Ita
present, form Is. not satisfactory' to the
Japanese government. Although there is
nosslblltty of , amendment . in the lower.
brancn-or, tne isti&turo or tin conference
the. coovlclloqf obtaJna that nothing re-
ms,lns.to be 4pno from ye Japanese point
of view at present, but to awajt, the re,-
turn to Va,sjvlngAPJV.OJL Secretary Bryan.
"then it will be In order to take, the mat-
tr up diplomatically, probably ihe flrit
step being to- ascertain whether the ad
ministration can be counted on to be
gin a legal test or the constitutionality
of the new act.
It the question between the United
btates and Japan should not be settled
within the next threa months it was In
timated today that Japan might make
a formal request for the submission of
the Issue to arbitration at The Hague
The special arbitration treaty between
tha two countries negotiated tn 1900,
which Is bellsdi to cover the case, will
expire by limitation unless renewed on
August ti U will be necessary tor
Japan tq claim the benefits of tho treaty
before that date.
Xa WTHIn g Um tMHT m
Arriving daily by expreis.
,Our constant communica
tion iwith the fashion cen
.ters gives you tne oppor
tunity of always selecting
from the newest style ideas.
Our showing of Spring
and Summer outer apparel
"it very complete a n de
tractive. We invite you to
inspect this display. Rea"
Private display rooms at
'.your disposal courteous,
efficient and experienced
sttendents and fitters.
Dresses, Suits, Coats,
New wash dresses for street
wear, mado from tho best qual
ity of tissues, voiles, ginghams (
and linens. ..Complete range of
prices from $2.50, $2.98," $;.50
-up. to. $4.50; "
So tci by us
Difference's which arise of a legal na
tur or relatlpg to the Interpretation of
treaties existing botwe.cn the two con
tracting partiest which It may not have
been possible to settle by diplomacy shall
bo referred to tho permanent court of
mbltratlon established at The Hague by
tho convention of July 19, 1833, provided
nevertheless that they do not affect the
vital Interest, the Independence or the
honor of the two contracting parties or
do not concern the Inter nf thir.1
Diplomatists 1 hero don't believe, the
question of Japan honor as It has been
referred to in connection with the Call-
rornia situation would bo, beld to be of
such a nature as to come under the ex
emption of questions of honor as referred
to In the treaty.
Secretary Bryan has telegraphed presi
dent Wilson he would leave Sacramento
tonight and arrive hero next Thursday.
Until that time the president It la un
derstood will make no comment.
Qtflclata here hope no. bill will be
signed by Governor Johnson until Presi
dent; Wlon haa had. an opportunity to
confer with Secretary Bryan as well as
tho Japanese ambassador.
Mr. Bryan will bring to the president
detailed report and immediately after his
return It Is not Improbable that Governor
Johnson will bs communicated with.
JUDGE DUNGAN OVERRULES
REMONSTRANCE on BREWERY
HASTINGS, Neb., May 3.-(Speclal Tel-
egram.)-Judge Dungnn In district court
today overruled the remonstrance of U. S,
Hohrer ln the case of the Hastings Brew
lng"company and sustained the action of
the city council In granting a license to
the brewery. this decision the license
becomes operative Immediately. The
brewery haa been shut down since Thurs
day pending trial of the remonstrance
cae. Elmer Thomas of Omaha repre
sented the remonstrator.
GREAT STATE Alp BRIDGE
COMPLETED AT BASSETT
(From. a. Staff Correspondent,)
LINCOLN. May S.-(SpecIal Telegram.)
The largest state-aid bridge In the state
has Just been completed across the
Niobrara river, fourteen 'miles from Ds
sett It haa five .fifty-foot spans and is
built of reinforced concrete.
The bridge cost 15,65.W. one-half paid
by the state, and one-fqurth by Key
Paha and nock counUes each.
PETITION FOR PARDON
of young Kearney boy
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May l (Special) A Pt.
Uon was filed In the office pf the gov.
ernor this, morning asking for the pardon
of Qua nqudebaugh, ft If-year-old lad.
who was sent up from B.uff alo punty f o
the murder of -schoolmate of about hi
The lad ws given, a s,vtene otrpne
year and the petitioners think that aa he
haa served - about half of the time he
Soring andm MAKES m mm
Skirts and Waists.
The Silk Glove season is
now hero. No kind bettor
for summer wear. We carry
Kaysers', tho acknowledged
best make. . A full Hue of
colors, styles and -lengths.
Long Gloves 75o up to
$4.00 a pair.
-. Short Gloves 50c up to
$1.25 a pair.
i.w i . ii- i iii - mi i ii , it
, Just ' received another
largo shipment of new house
.dr.esses, neat styles, mado in
;plain colors, stripes and fig
ures, plain and fancy, trim
med, values to $2 9Se.
which he was committed was urlr.ten
tlonal and the result of a schonboy light
The "RetlUon Is signed by about lofty
Tha boy was received at te peniten
tiary last December, but ha not been
placed with the other prisoners li.nlde
the pen, but has been allowed tho-free
dom of the 'outside offices.
Policy in Future,
LONDON, May 1-At a meeting of tho
Women's Freedom league, last night Miss
Nina Boyle, a militant suffragette, said
tho government was composed of 'cad
nnd' cowards," and that the 'ministers
were a "dlsgToce to tho name of Brit
ishers." Miss Boyla called for militant volun
teers and hinted at an outbreak of
militancy that had been planned "that
will show this government what a pitiful
opinion we have of It,"
Mrs, Charlotte Despard also appealed;
for militant tecrulta. "More, militant
and more militancy." she said, "will he
qur answer to th latest move of the
government, and I don't care how often
they arrest me,"
As & challenge tq the, threat of Xv
ernment council that eubeoribera to mil
Hint suffrajrett funds would b Hke,ly
to get into serious trouble, Lawrence
Houaman, an Bngllsh musta composer,
announced today that he had sent a con
tribution to the Woman's Booial and Po
CHRI8TIANIA, May 1-The constitu
tional committee of the fitorthlntr decided
unanimously today to Introduce a bill
bestowing the franchise upon women for
all elections. With a radical majority
In the Storthing- tha passage of the bill
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.. May l-An
equal suffrage amendment was defeated
in tha Florida house today byja vote of
28 to 13 after lengthy debate. '
Demurrer in Siingsby
Case is Sustained
8A FRANCISCO. May t-Wlth the
order. of Judge Dunne of the superior
court sustaining the demurrer of Dr. W,
W. Fraser, the Siingsby baby substitu-.
Uon eaVe, practically came to tn end to
ay. Dr. Fraser was oharged wlth bav
Ins signed a birth certificate declaring
A baby presented by Lieutenant Raymond
Sllnssby and. his wife to be their legiti
mate offspring, with knowledge that at
the time that a foundling- had been sue
stltuted m the family heir.
Judge Puni!" held that while the birth;
certificate signed' by tho defendant mlshtj
hp false In some respects, the document!
was, hot aiv Instrument wlthm the mean-!
Ins of the code, and that therefore could
Is y parti cuIm. 1
Has Numerous Bcoommendatioxu for
the Board of Education.
HE URGES A TECHNICAL HIGH
Alio Wonl liar ESvanlas Hlath
SebaAl) Special Parental School,
Social Centers, Vocation
School and Sewing Clnaa.
An evening high (chool, a ipeclal par
ental school, social centers as "people's
unlvorslty," . a .technical hlgn school, a
vacation school, domestic science In
seventh and .eight grades and sewing In
tfre. high school these are the recommen
dations of Superintendent B, U. Graft of
the public schools made In his annual re
port to the board of Education.
Summarized the recommendations of
the superintendent are as follows:
The most immediate need In our city Is
a technical, or Industrial high school. As
soon, at It Is practicable to supply It such
a' school should be created.
"The five schools which are not equip
ped for manual training should bo equip
ped at' an early date.
"Domestic science in the high school
should bo extended to Include sewing.
It ls'd'eslrable'that the work of domestic
science be Introduced Into the elementary
"I recommend that evening school
work be made to Include high school sub
jects. "On account of compulsory school at
tendance until tho ago of 16. our schools
contain a number of boys who have no
Interest In school work and who are with
difficulty retained In school at all, There
fore I recommertd to the committee on
teachers and Instructions that next year
a special school be established which will
orter special, forms of work for such
"It would be a good Idea to establish a
vacation school." This la (or those who
fall in studies or who desire to progress
'Lectures on sclentlfio, economic, gov.
ernmental and literary subjects In school
buildings, five or at centers being pro
vidHl, and local, talent chiefly used."
President Holovtchlner of. the Board of
Education favors .these plans, and mem
bers of the .board will reek. to have-them
put. Into effect as early as possible next
Pioture of Texas
Girl on Pq,p;er Money
NEW YOUK, May. Sy-Mlss Evelvna
James of 8an Antonio, Tax., an art stu-
dtnt here. Is receiving the congratulations
of her friends, as. she Is, the girl whose
portrait is likely to become more popu
lar than any oher. It :U safa o say
her picture will be Jn every .American
home, as It will appear wccluslvely on
Uncle Sam's paper money. It was re
cently selected' hy a' committee of con
irress as the' central fefnlhln flsnira nt
a deporatlve group on tha Reverse side
of the new currency.
Yes," she said, Vhon hshed about tho
matter, "I'm the 'girl, but pleaso -don't
say"" anything -about-1 ,'v . is
Miss James Is the daughtsftof Mr. and
Mrs. S.- A. James of San' Antonio: -
Wymore Council; .
Grranf s All Licenses
-BEATRICE, Neb.. May l-tStfecia! Tal-
egVam.) the city council at Wmore to
J. i i. . ....... .'. i . .
Walsh, und Dan O Dpnnell. A fe,w days
ago remonstrances were filed against the
five saloonkeepers there by C. Mf. Mur-
clock, who later withdrew the -,i;emon-strances
against three of them aftpr five
licenses had been granted. He , -gave
notice 'Of appeal to the1" district court 1n
tho cases of Dan O'Donnell and James
Walsh, but as he failed to file within the
time limit of three days the council 'iti
night held a special meeting and granted
tho two applicants licenses. They WjU
open their saloons tomorrow.
SAMUEL G0MPERS IS GIVEN
JOB IN NEW DEPARTMENT
WASHINGTON, May S.-Secretary
Wilson today organized the clerical force
of the Department of Labor. He ap
pointed Robert Watson, Lowell, Mass.,
chief clerk; George O. Box, 'Buffalo, dis
bursing clerk; Hugh U. Kerwln, Wells
boro, Pa,, private secretary and Samuel
Gompers, Jr., son of the president of the
American' Federation of Labor, chief of
the division of publications,
Iloy Falls Under Dtso Harrow.
FALLS CITY, Neb., May S.-(SpecIal.)-.
The 8-year-old eon of Rhode Knlsely,
while riding a disc! harrow this week, fell
under the machine and was badly cut.
One ear was severed from the head al
most completely, hanging only by a
thread, and one arm was cut by the disc
Dr. Durchard replaoed 1he ear with ten
Is the Road to
I don't blow about low
prices for inferior suits.
But I do make the best
suits in Omaha at $25,
$30 and $55, and guar
antee entire satisfaction.
for Reliable Tailoring and
OPPOmS AIUIV BWIifttNto.
RAPID CITT, a D.. May 4-(Bpe-
clal. Because two high school boys.
member of tho senior class, took photo
graphs of two senior maidens bathing In
JWipId creek, the class is disrupted, tho
Board of Education haa been set, by Its
ears and Principal Irons fears for his
At the suggestion of the principal, the
senior class was given a holiday Tuetrtav
on which ta hold a picnic, the Idem V--Ing
to further Imitate the festivities o!
the big universities attendant upon Rrcvl
uattcn. Tho plcnlo was to take the plac
of the senior class supper n the oiss""
Institutions of learning.
Bright and early Tuesday mornln? th
seniors of the high school sturtod fev
Cleghorns springs, a beautiful ' sp-t ti
Rapid creek, five miles above the' oltj-
Some went by train, others on a liarit
and some walked. Arriving nt''t.ie- ;'
nlo grounds the party of eighteen boy
and girls spilt up. Thoj- had ..uvatfo i
prior to arranging the picnic not to hnva
a chaperon and the mothers of sa.erai
of tho girls also saw to it that .their
daughters did not attend the picnic.
Tuesday was hot, It was In fact th?
lvottest April 29 of which the 'focal
weather office has any record. The ther
mometer registered S6 In Rapid canyon
and there was little breeze
Several of the boys went up stream' to
cast for trout and others participated -In
a base, ball game. To the sir la the wa
ters of Rapid creek looked cool and tn
vitlnjr. Ilalf a dozen off with' their
shoes nnd stockings nnd elevating their
skirts raddled about In the waters of
tho creek. Two more venturesome than'
tne qtners concocted a scheme' to take a
plunge. They withdrew from tho others
behind the kindly shelter of a big boulder,
removed their clothing except a union
suit of summer underwear. They plunged.
Into the creek, enjoyed their swim and
then crawled out upon a big rock to dry
off before dressing.
Unmindful of tho boys who had ;gon
up stream fishing, they wcrt basking In
the sunlight when tho sharp cllclc of a
camera startled them and a moment ,later
they vero thrown Into f(ts of dismay "to
sea two boys, members of the class, de
liberately walk up and take seats near
Then began a parley between -the mer
maids on .the rock and the boys on. the,
bank of the creek. The boys were obdu
rate anil, refused to move. Finally th
two glrU being missed search tvas In
Btltuted"for them and when the situation
was discovered a free fight and hair
pulling match followed in which the boys
: were, finally routed, and tho girls', we'rij
aiiqwea io areas,
Unlnterestod people and parents express
tho opinion that tho school authorities
should -have Insisted that a chaperon, ac
cpmpany tha party, The negatives of tho
two girls sunning on the rocH still are In
possession of the boys who refuse t
The Persistent ani Judcous Us,e. of
Newspaper Advertising -,1s the Road to
. JCNOXWEKD is a suro ,
' death to dandelions'". One
application is enough. Eas
ily appliedt from spouted
1 can 50c, -gallon gaii
$1.50, 1 gallon $2.00.
75o Pompolan Massage Croam
75c Do Mar's Massage Cream
40q Shah of JPorola Soap Zo6
nOc Beaton's Cold Cream 35
60o caBslmere Vanishing
qream, at 25d
,5Do BqnsQln. and Almond Lp-
. tlon, at. , 25i
2 60 Peroxide Soap lOd
2Be Colgate's Tooth Powder
3Bb Colgate's Talcum Powder,
all odors, at t . . lld
6O0 Hind's Honey and Almond
Cream at . . . . , 29f
25o Sanltol Powder 10J
rJOc :Pononi Powder . . . 25d
25o Peroxide of Hydrogen Q$
Follow the Beaton Path."
Beaton Drug Co.
Farnam and 18th fits.
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