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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, M Y 21, VWl
You won't find goods of this character
anywhere else in the city. They are made
here in the store by an expert, Mrs. David,
and can't be compared with the ordinary
factory made product sold in most places.
Ribbon flowers, ribbon vanity cases, hair
ornaments, sashes. Many of them made
up. Orders taken fr any kind of work.
Bridal veils made to order at a cost of
from $4.50 upwards, depending upon how
elaborate the design.
All linen hand embroidered, 25c to $5.
Dainty designs which make very accept
able graduation gifts; a price to please
New low cut style of lace collars, Swiss
embroidered collars, fancy collars with
jabots attached, cuff and collar sets, lace
chemisettes, lace jabots. A very pleasing
Bone and pearl sticks, hand decorated,
all colors, many beautiful designs, $5 to $15.
Celluloid Fans, 25c and 50c. .
A Very Special Sale of
Beautiful Colored Dress
Particulars in this paper Wednesday night
HENRY . M. FLAGLER IS DEAD
Xailroad Magnate Dies at Hii Hoihe
ELL FOB SEVERAL WEEKS
lie Fell Dntrn a Flight of Stairs and
Ills Recovery Had Not Detn Kx
WST PALM BEACH, Flo., May 3X
Henry M. Flajler, aged S3, capitalist and
railroad magnate, died at his winter homo
hero this morning alter an Illness of sev
eral week. Mr. Flagler recently (ell
down a flight of steps at his home and
because of bis advanced age hli recovery
"had not been anticipated.
Henry AI. Flagler was born at Canan
datgua, N. V., In UN. Little la known
of his early life except that ho waa cleric
In a country grocery In Orleans county,
Michigan, while In hla teens. Later ho
removed to Saginaw, Mich., where he en
gaged In the manufacture of salt
Becoming Interested In the possibilities
of the petroleum Industry, ho removed to
Cleveland, Q., where he organised the
company or Rockefeller, Androws & Flag
ier, engaging In the refining of oil. The
Standard Oil company waa the outgrowth
of this venture and Mr. Flagler has ro
xnalned actively connected with tho man-
6i6d Recipes to Cut Out
The approved recipes will often como
In very handy. They are simple and ef
fective and should bo kept for emergen
clea. To insure Restful Steep
1 glass hot milk, 1 tableapoonful of
Duffy's pure molt whiskey. Sweeten to
taste. Heat the milk to the boiling point,
add the sugar, then the whiskey.
Invalid's Egg Nog
Beat together the yolk of ono egg and
two teaspoonfuls of Du Try's pure malt
-whiskey till almost a custard, add very
slowly a glass of fresh milk and sweeten
to Unto, strain Into a large glass. Put
on top of the eggnog the beaten white of
For faver Patients
Take half a tumbler of any good syrup
left from canned fruit, aspberry and
grape juice are especially good, add three
teaspoonfuls of Duffy's pure malt whis
key, a few lumps of loo. Fill up tho
glasa with plain cold water or with any
good mineral water.
Made strong and
well la a few day
without a surgical
operation or loss of
time. Our work Is
guaranteed. Call or
writs for particulars.
Prs. "Wray & Matb
7, m Bm Sid..
w W r sjsssssa.
AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
agement of tho great corporation 'since
In 1886 Mr. Flagler paid his first visit
to Florida and became Impressed with
the business possibilities presented there
by the railroad field, In connection with
the development of winter resorts.
FIVE THOUSAND GUARD
ST. ANDREWS' GOLF LINKS
ST. ANDItEWS, Scotland, May 29.
This little town Is almost In a stato of
siege as tho result of threats uttered by
the militant suffragettes that they will
destroy tho putting grounds and thus
render play Impossible in tho world's
amateur golf championship which Is to
be competed for here nest week.
The most lntenso excitement prevails
among tho townspeople, who depend
largely for their prosperity upon the golt
links, white tho members of tho Royal
and Ancient Oolf club alto are extremely
anxious. They and the citizens have or
ganised a vigilance committee, whoso
members together with 8,000 volunteers
will guard the greens nlglit and day.
The general anxiety becomes keener
every day, as It Is thought that tho mili
tant suffragettes may refrain from de
livering their attack until tho last mo
ment, when It would bo impossible to
repair the damage. As It Is understood
that tho women will uso vitriol to de
stroy tho greens, all the sentries sta
tioned there have provided themselves
with largo umbrellas to prevent tho cor
rosive fluid being thrown into their
Tho River Tay routes, by which tho
links are reached from Dundee, a hot
bed of suffragettes, are closely guarded
and to make assurance doubly sure, a
powerful searchlight has been mounted
on the railroad bridge, the light from
which sweeps tho links, tho roads and
the river nightly.
P0RFIRI0 DIAZ REFUSES
TO TALK ABOUT RETURN
PARIS, May Sa-deneret Porforlo IMax,
former president of Mexico, who li itay.
lnr nt a hotel hr. declines to make a
Utement In reply to Inquiries aa to the
arrival of a delegation from Mexico to
offer him the pr!dncy.
The report current yeiterd&v in
unna, Spain, on thli subject waa founded
on statements made by officers of th
steamer Yplranga. They said passairea
t6 Europe on board that vessel wera en.
g-aited as Ion ago as January for a dele.
ration vrnicn was to be sent to General
Dla In the name of all the factions In
Mexico to offer him the presidency.
TO WORK ON THE ROADS
SPOKANE, Wash.. May SX-Flve nun
dred Spokane automobile owners will don
overalls and Jumpers on Saturday, 'May
U, and will spend the day aa common
laborers, smoothing- out the rough spots
In the highways of Spokane county.
Governor Ernest Llter by proclama
tion has set apart that day for a state
wide observance of good roads principles.
Many, public schools will hold exercises
In which the benefits of better highways
will be told.
Cure (or Ntouiarli Disorders.
Disorders of the stomach may be
avoided by the use of Chamberlain's
Tablets. Many very remarkable cures
have been effected by these tablets. For
tJ bp all Caalam Advertisement
TOKIO PAPERS PRINT EXTRAS
Newt of Signing of Land Bill it Re
FRIENDLY SOLUTION EXPECTED
Brrrrtnrr of Amrrlcnn Emhnasy
Oil la on Ilnron Mnklno nnd Out
lines Position of the
TOKIO, May 20,-The news that the
California alien land ownership bill had
been signed by Governor Johnson was
received here with regret, although It
had been discounted In official and non
official circles. It was hoped up to the
last moment, however, that Washington's
Intervention would prove successful.
The newspapers published extrn editions
with the announcement that the bill had
Tho efforts of th Japanese govern
ment are concentrated at present In pa
cifying public opinion, but the task Is
regnrded In many quarters as a mom
difficult one than at the tlmo of the
California school controversy. '
Since the death of tho old Japanese
emperor tho authority of the government
has steadily diminished, and tho spirit
of democracy Is augmenting throughout
Arthur Hallly-Dlnnchanl, secretary of
the United States embassy, visited Baron i
Mikado, the Japanese foreign minister, to
day and reiterated the determination of
the United States government to exert
an effort In order to find a friendly and
satisfactory solution of the question. Ho 1
emphasized the fact that It was a Call- I
fornlan and not an American question and
thanked the Japanese government for its
friendliness and for Its efforts to restrain
tho excitable public opinion of Japan.
Mny Find .Inltillnn,
It Is generally believed -nere that Wash
ington will find a solution of tho prob
lem, but the more conservative elements
In Japan nro now rehearing tho public
agitation for equal treatment of the
Japanese. They declare that the racial
Issue, which it Is contended Is Involved,
and the steady recurrenco of antl-Jap-aness'
bills In California should receive
"baslo curative treatment."
A prominent official said today: "The
Japanese feel that their national honor
Is Involved. The present question will
bo solved peaceably, but what Is needed
to assure the permanence of our tradi
tional ' friendship Is a change of heart
In some Americans toward the Japanese."
Wonlil TnU- Itln-lit from States, i
WA8HINOTON, May M.-Reprcsenta-
Uve Barthold of Missouri announced to- '
day that ho purposes to Introduce next ,
Friday a resolution to empower congress
to loglslato exclusively on all questions
affecting tho rights of aliens residing In 1
the United States. Tho purpose of the
measure would bo to prevent Individual i
states from passing laws which might ,
cause friction with foreign countries.
Lack of federal control, ho sold, affect- J
Ing tho ability of the government to
carry out a treaty In ail Its Integrity
was a polpablo defect.
WILSON IS URGED TO
YETO SUNDRY CIVIL
(Continued on Page Two.)
ment upon the spectacle presented to us
In the closing days of the lost congress,
whon both tho house nhd senate , passed
the sundry civil appropriation bill con
taining, tho provision that no funds ap
propriated for the use of tho Department
of Justice In prosecuting violators of the
Sherman act, should he used for the
purpose of prosecuting these defiant com
binationsa bill which William Howard
Taft promptly vetoed, Tho Kmc bill Is
pending again, having ben promptly
passed by the house In the special ses
sion. And this Is the way the party In
power starts out to moke good its boasted
slogan of "Equal rights for all, privileges
Industrial 'Workers Itoaatcd.
Ileferrlng t otho Industrial Workers of
the World as being supplemental to tho
American Federation of Labor, Mr.
"Against these forces of evil, domtstlo
nnd alien, we must stand tllnt-llke In our
resolve that our government Is and must
be a government of law,
"If aa a result of radical and Ill-advised
tariff legislation we sutfor business de
pression and the loss of opportunity to
labor," he sold In conclusion, "the after
math, like recent floods, will plainly bo
visible and the remedy sharp and 6t
delve. But this Is not tho caso with re
spect to tho Insidious class legislation
which is creeping upon us. R-rperlenev
teaches us that once such legislation Is
Incorporated In statute law, it Is written
there to stay."
Stands by Order
PIERllB, a D., May S0.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) The disbarment 6f O. P, Harben
of Platte about two years ago waa of
more than usual Interest, especially In
the southern part of the state, where hu
had been prominent aa an attorney and
politician for years. The supreme court
this morning decldely refused to modify
the disbarment order on the application
of Harben, the bar of Charles Mix county
making a strong protest against any such
MADE AT PATERSON
PATEltSON, N. J.. May .-Flfty-seven
arrests were made today In the vicinity
of Price silk mills, to which the hands
returned yesterday In the face of pro
tests of the Industrial Workers of the
World leaders conducting the strike.
Twelve hundred or more strikers and
others gathered In the streets near the
mill today to Jeer the workers. There,
was no actual violence and those arrested
were taken In because they refused to
"move on." Three of the prisoners taken
were women, one with a baby In her
arms. She waa Immediately paroled.
IS MADE A BISHOP
HODOKBN, N. J., May M.-Tbo Rev.
Paul J. Nussbaum, a monk In the Mon
astry of Passlonlsts here, laid aside to
day the coarse black habt of his order
which he has worn for a quarter of a
century and put on the purple of sv Roman
Catholic bishop. He has been appointed
by the pope to be bishop of the dioces
of Corpus Chrlstl, Tex., and he Is tht
first of these missionaries to be raised
to the purpls with Jurisdiction la this
A Fortunate Purchase Enables Us to Offer
You Rare Values in Linens Wednesday
ON MAIN FLOOR WEST END.
Our New York buyer secured these lots from n linen importing house at a price far
less than their actual value. Positively tho three biggest bargains in town Wednesday
$3.00 BED SPREADS in Beau-
tiful Designs, in Mexican
Size 72x90-in., plain hem or scalloped
edge a special spread that will launder
beautifully; a remarkable bargain event.
"TURKNIT" and "MESHKNIT" WASH CLOTHS All Perfect Goods
Size 12x12 cloths that sell everywhere for 5c. Limit of ten to a ciiBtomer
and a wonderful special bargain; at, each
150 Sofa PIIIowb, c'overod
with Bilk volour, wool tapestry,
damask and other fine drap
ery goodti whilo they last,
Wednesday at, 5 1 O C
Plain Marquisettes nnd Voiles,
in white, ivory and Arab col
ors, DO plocoe of our 30c and
39c grades; at, tho f p
250 Pairs of Scrim Curtains
trimmed with C-Inch lace spe
cial for Wednesday (j E A
at, pair p X sOU
4 Big Special
10 patterns of our
regular 7c Wall
Papers; at, O
Untrimmed Japanese Panama Hats
Black and White Hemp Hats In tho popular poko shape, S2.50
Pansics for Trimming Light and dark shades, clusters of u to
12. at 75
Women's and Children's Rntino Hat for outing, at 98J
SCHWAB CORRECTS HIS STORY
Now Says Illinois Company Was Not
Competitor of Carnegie.
NOT IN STEEL ,RAIL POOL
Proportion Did Not Appeal to Hliu
There Have Been No Tool
Since the Combine Wm
NEW YOJVK, May 20.-Ctmrles M.
Schwab resumed tho witness stand today
for further cross-examination by govern
ment counsel In the suit to dissolve tho
United States steel corporation.
Boforo being questioned by Judge Jacob
M. Dickinson, the government attorney,
ho asked permission to correct the tes
timony ho had given yesterday" to the
effect that tho llllaols Steel company
and tho Carnegie Bteel company, sub
sidiaries of the so-called trust, wero
competitors before they were absorbed.
He said today that the Illinois company
manufactured "only small parts" and
was not In reality a competitor of the
The existence of competition between
these two concerns Is one oi tne im
portant points In the government's case
against the corporation.
Mot Interested ! Pools.
Judge Dickinson asked about certain
pool agreements on rails in isfi. ine
witness admitted that the Carnegie Steel
company, of which he was then presl-
dent, had some agreements of that kind.
Tho government then read a minute
which set forth that English rati manu
facturers proposed to allot 100.000 tons
of rails to tho Carnegie company In Eng
land and Canada.
'You say you never heard of an In
ternational steel tall pool. What was
that?" he askedv
"Oh, that did not appeal to us." Mr.
Schwab said. "It was not big enogh.
I never considered the proposition. Rus
sia, Germany and France all made rails
and would have to be dealt with In
making such a pool."
"There were pools going on all the
time, weren't thereT"
"Yes, all the time."
"Dut when the steel corporation was
formed they stopped?" "
Another minute read by Judge Dickin
son Indicated that the Carnegie com
pany had agreed to stay out of the gir
der rail market for one year, for a
consideration of $130,000.
'We stayed out chiefly because we
were not In a condition to compete."
said Mr. Schwab, "but we nut un
good front and got the iOo.ooa.'
COLUMBUS TAKES VOTE
TO HAVE SUNDAY BALL
COLUMBUS, Neb.. May 20.-8pec!al
Telegram.) A light vote was cast at the
special election held here today, at whloh
four propositions were voted on. The re
sults are: Sunday base ball, 4SS for, ISO
agalmti majority. XS.
Ten thousand-dollar waterworks bonds,
406 for, 147 against.
Site of Carnegie library In the city park,
U3 for, VX against It Is understood that
the city has been offered a free sit for
tta lifers? UsUdtma
18x54-inch DRESSER SOARFS
of Mexican Lace, Scalloped. . . .
Bargain Day on
Art Needlework Dept.
Pure Linen Library Scarfs,
Conterploces and Pillow Tops,
stamped on natural color linen
with hand knotted np
fringe; at, each mOC
Perl Luster Crochet Cotton in
whito and ecru" color equal in
luster and finish to D. M. C.
all sizes; at, tho i t
OOc Stamped Pillow Cases In
spray, floral and conventional
designs; at, tho
Tree lessons every day, 8 to Si30,
la all branches of art needlework
Bargains in Wall Paper--3rd Floor
20 patterns of our
regular lOo Wall
Papers; at, c
Bed Room Papers,
Scoros of the Japanese Sun
Bleached Panamas of fine qual
ity! The newest and most pop
ular outing and mid
Daisy Wreaths Ton beautiful satin
daiBles in the now wreath effects,
now corn shade, wisteria, Saxo bluo,
bronzo and new shades of A q
greon, worth 75c. at TrlC
mmii BRANDEIS STORES HMV&V
Blanco Will Attack
RROWNSVII.LE, Tex., May 30,-Gen-eral
Luclo Blanco, In command of tho
constitutionalists In Tumaullpos, today
announced he would make one more re
quest of Major EBtcrban Ramos to sur
render tho fcdoral garrison at Mata
moraB, and In the event of refusal ho
would attack tho Mexican border city
probably tomorrow at dawn.
Ramos has said If tho Insurgent leader
sends another request for surrender he
will shoot the messenger. Blanco also
asked that all non-combatants, espe
cially foreigners, retire from Matamoraa.
Blanco Is said to have 1,300 men 'at
Rio Bravo, while Ramos' forces are
believed to number 1,000,
H0RSETHIEVES MAKE ESCAPE
AFTER STEALING A TEAM
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., May .-(Special.)
Saturday night two highwaymen
stole a team and buggy from a farmer
named Roberts, near Lincoln and drove
tho team to within a mile, of Platts
n.outh where they hitched It to a tree.
While the men slept, It Is supposed tho
team broke loose. The horses wero found
by Henry Born who neglected to notify
the officers In tlmo to apprehend tha
Tho local lodge of tho Tel Jed Sokol
society held Us twentieth anniversary at
Its hall here Sunday. Mayor Saltier made
the address of welcomo to the visiting
Sokols which was responded to by
Colonel .William Holly, president of the
local camp. J. Sterba, athletic director
of tho South Omaha lodge, was present
and made an Interesting talk on the
benefits of the order. Music was fur
nished by a vocal quartet from Omaha
and Holly's orchestra of this city.
HEAD TAX ON CHINESE
LABORERS IS PROFITABLE
VANCOUVER, B. C. May .-Notwlth-standlng
Premier McBrlde's ' repeated
declarations for a white British Columbia,
the revenues of the province are profiting
more than ever by the Immigration of the
Chinese. The number coming In during
the lost fiscal year was greater than In
any preceding year, according to figures
Altogether 7,745 Chinese entered, mostly
through Vancouver, and nearly .all to ro
dents, merchants, etc. The remainder
paid tax at J500 per capita, aggregating
53,349.441, half of which Is paid Into the
British Columbia treasury.
The total Chinese population of Canada
Is now 30,000, more than two-thirds of
whom are In British Columbia.
The Immigration of Japanese Is limited
to 400 annually, for which no head tax
ELECTION FRAUDS ARE
ATTEMPTED AT DENVER
DENVEQ. Cola, May JO. Sample bal- '
lots, market in the Interest of two candl
dates tor commlsstonershlp at today's
election, were found wrapped with the
offleial supplies sent to the election of
ficials at one voting precinct District
Attorney John A. Rush announced that
he would bring the Incident to the atten
tion of the grand Jury, which will be In
tfels aXtarMooa for U express
and 45x45-inch Mexican
lace table covers to match the spreads,
sell regularly for 50c.
Our Third Floor
0x12 Seamless Brussels Rugs
floral, Oriental and medallion
design an extra good wearing
rug, worth up to d o 7tL
$20.00, at J 13. ZD"
0x12 Brussels Rugs Good lino
of patterns in the moat desir
able colors, worth up to $15.00
special $8 75
Axmlnster Rugs 27x60 size
in floral and Oriental patterns
all the new colorings are
30c Gold Papers-
suitable for parlor,
"Dust-No" Garment Bags
For furs, suits, coata, dresses,
etc. Thoy are dust proof, moth
proof and moisture proof.
Tho "Dust-No" Garmont Bags are
made of specially prepared blue
paper which protects the garments
and will keep whito materials
from turing yellow. They open on
the eldo. Several garments can bo
kept in one bag. Last for years.
2 7x4 0-inch Bags for shirt waists,
jackets and children's clothes, OOc
27x60-inch Bags for business, out
ing and dress suits, skirts, etc. 75c
27xG0-lnch Bags for dresses, coats,
gowns, overcoats, etc., at.... OOc
a0x6G-inch Bags for fur coats and
largo garments, at $1.00
purpose of hearing charges or fraud,
Minor disturbances occurred In various
parts of tho city during the forenoon. -
NEW YORK, May M.-Twenty car
loads of live chickens, 4,000 chickens to,
the car, were being held In Jersey City
today because angry Jobbers refused' to
receive them. Hardly a live chicken was
handled by dealers yesterday. The
trouble arose over a recent complaint ol
Jobbers that receivers wero stuffing
chickens' crops with sand and gravel
to make up for shrinkage sustained In
transit. Until receivers agree to aban
don the, practice the dealers sav thv
will boycott all live poultry. Ordinarily
aDout 1H..W0 live fowls are handled dally.
SENTENCED TO FIFTEEN
YEARS ON FORGERY CHARGE
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., May .-Vac!av
Flldar, alleged check forger who was
arrested In Chicago, charged with
swindling local banks out of hundreds
of dollars, pleaded guilty today In dis
trict court and was sentenced to fifteen
All members of Nebraska lodge No.
S5t, I. O. B. B are requested to attend
. 7Ln flmfirB, nr nur i,ro,hr .
8enstock( from th8 reeldence Har.
tneU Wednesday at 2 o'clock. By
,,,, , ,. '
A. J. MILLER, Secretary.
Carrier nnd Postrannters,
WASHINGTON, May 20.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) James O. McConnell was ap.
pointed rural carrier for route 1 at
Boradlsh, Neb. '
Inex L. Hanson was appointed post
master nt Ellsworth, Hamilton count',
la., vice. O. Q. Nelson, resigned.
Montana Land Officials.
WASHINGTON, May 20.T-(8pedal Tele
gram.) President Wilson sentt o the sen
ate today the following nominations:
To be register of the land ofllca at
j Lewlston, Mont, Harry J. Kelly of Mon-
To be receiver of publlo moneys at Lew
lston, Mont, Abraham Hogeland of Mon
Needs the purifying effects of
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We aro out of ttoa high
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We sell retail or from
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ly conquer any case of drug addiction.
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Swallow's Nests a
Recipe: Order in advance from Pekln
architect Put In salt over night and
let simmer slowly down to nothing.
Then call for spring lamb with mint
sauce at the
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The Original "Always Opsn" Theater
Mechanically Fsrfsot Projection of
JUST bot'8 MOVIES JSS?rigs
Only Show Indorsed by the "Roomy
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noon to 11 Jf. M.
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DAILT AT to. 7U0 AND 1:00 P. M.
Every Say la IToon to 11 p. M.
and EUI801T8 "TAXiXnSSn
Special Today "Votes for Womm"
A Talking Picture Presenting Noted
Changes Snnday, Tuesday and Thnrsday.
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