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THE OMAIIA SUNDAY BEE? "MAY 25, 1913.
Wool suit in gray
and outing wear.
$16.50, $19.60, $25
New styles of separate Skirts in the new
Shepherd's plaid, Palm Beach cloth, Ra
tine, Linen, Bedford Cord, popularly
priced. All the late styles,
$3.75, $6.50 and $10.50.
Linen Coats for automobiling, $5, $6.75.
Silk and Novelty Coats for Summer
325 $12.50, $16.50, , $19.50
The Store for
KOltoRD AND SIXTEENTH
Irish, Welsh and English societies ended.
This caused the crowd to ourgo and start
milling; while additional thousands
crowded up the steps.
When the Auditorium fell out, those
sear the doors tried to ret out on the
yter and went down on the top of those1
who already lay hurt or dying on the
Mayor Hatch of Long Beach, who was
to have been one of the principal speak
ers, was In the midst if the throng, at
the pier and at first was reported to be
araonc the dead or Injured. lie escaped
unhurt, however, and aided by Mayor
George Alexander of Los Angeles. Who
came down at the head of thlt city's pub.
lie hospital corps and several platoons
of, police, helped direct the worh of
Cannes with Little Waralajr.
In addition to the thousands gathered
on the pier and its approaches, the strand
was thronged by a crowd of probably
35,000 persons. There was but UtUo
A resounding crack warned them, and
panto spread from end to beach to end
of beach. Then came a desperate rush
for the stairways as the flooring gave
way ad the vlcUms slid Into the poing
as into a huge funnel. Soon the pile of
(.wreckage marking the spot where the
dead and Injured lay was surrounded by
v dense throng, whloh overwhelmed the
comparatively few policemen on the
Strand and for some time rendered futile
very effort at rescue,
The police could not get through the
crowd, even when Chief of Tollce Austin
leathered bis entire force on the scene
1 An appeal was sent to Jjot Angeles, twen
ty-f our miles away, for reinforcements.
I These came In automobiles and, after
helping to drive back the thousands of in.
tensely curious and overwrought people,
they assisted in suoccrlng the Injured and
removing the bodies of the dead. The tide
was out when the crash came, else, the
break would have thrown thousands into
the ea and many drownings would have
been added to the list, of fatalities,
IOWA BANKERS WILL
MEET AT AMES COLLEGE
AMES, Is, ilay (Special.) A. thou
sand Iowa bankers will Invade the Iowu
State college campus next Wednesday.
The nnanders will abandon their con
vention, which la to be held in De Moines
(luring the coming week, for an after
soon of sightseeing and investigating
What la being done at Ames. The bank
ers will leave Xr Moinea at 1:M o'clock
la the afternoon aboard special traction
trains' via the Fort Dodge, Dee Moines 4
Yellowing inspection of the college the
financiers will be addressed by W. C.
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WELL DRESSED WOMEN
A complete assortment of attractive
summer dresses in all desirable fabrics and
the newest styles. There were over one
thousand new dresses received in our store
last week, thus assuring a large showing from
which to select.
Dresses from $3.75 to $50
Linen, pique and ratine suits, in coat and skirt effects.
Bulgarian and other blouse styles.
$7.50, $13.50, $19.50
and tan, for travel
Drown, president of the New Tork Cen
tral Hallway system. At 6 o'clock the
college authorities will be hosts at lunch
on the campus.
In reoent years the bankers of the state
have taken great Interest in agricultural
education and each year they have ar
ranged to be addressed on the subject
by some of the most eminent educating;
agriculturists in the country. This year
they ohose a come to Ames to get a first
hand knowledge of how oolleges go about
LABOR LEADERS ASK '
STRONGER LAND LAW
(Continued from Page .One.)
will not be effeetlvo until November,
1914. But the figures ore disputed by
other labor leaders.
Objection to neferentlnm.
In tbe resolution adopted lost night by
the Ban Francisco lAbor council, and in
troduced by Paul Scharrenberg, secre-tary-treauser
of the State Labor council,
this explanation for Its being was given;
"The only object to be accomplished by
such referendum is a postponement of the
date when the law wilt go into effect,
in the meantime permitting Asiatics to
acquire title to land." This was the
argument advanced by Governor Johnson.
"We strongly disapprove," continues
the resolutions ''of any referendum upon
sold antl-allen land law and urge upon
tnose wno aesire a more stringent law
to make use of the initiative, which at
least will gtve us the benefit of the
present law, defective though it maybe,
until the time when a perfect law can
Copies of these resolutions '-win be sent
to nineteen other councils throughout the
state and will be published in full in
thirteen labor Journals.
Life in Court Room
PADtXUIL Ky- May Si Ruined to
Paduoah today to escape mob violence.
Richard Shelby, convicted yesterday at
Clinton, Ky., of the murder of J6hn
Ritchie, was taken to the Eddyvllle peni
tentiary later to serve a life sentence.
Shelby laughed In the face of the Judge
pronouncing sentence and a brother of
the murdered man attempted to shoot
down the prisoner, while he stood at
the bar. lie was prevented, but a mob,
in sympathy with him, quickly formed
and officers seised an automobile and
brought the prisoner to Faducah, to pre
vent a lynching,
to call for a trial
you eomoart our
BENJAMIN'S PORTION FIVE-FOLD
Oeneali 40 -May SB,
He that lovetb his brother abldeth In
the llght-l John, 2:10.
Vhen the wheat supply procured from
'Egypt began to run lowj Jacob urged his
sons to go tor more. But they positively
refused to do so unless Benjamin went
along. Judah became surety for Benja
min. Jacob finally consented, sending
with them a present and double money,
and praying Ood's blessing upon them.
Again they were expected by Joseph,
who gave instructions that they dine ln
his presence. They were ln fear, however, j
but Joseph's steward put them at ease.
assuring them that Ood was dealing with
them. Then he brought Simeon out to
them. Finally he gave them water where
with to refresh themselves, and provender
for their asses and made ready for the
Joseph came in robed as an Egyptian
prince. They bowed themselves to the
earth and tendered their present He in
quired for their father and then in re
spect to Benjamin. 80 deep was his emo
tion that bo was obllgod to retire tor a
time to shed tears of Joy. Then he re
turned and the meal proceeded. From his
own table he, sent portions to his breth
ren, having already .directed that thoy be
seated according to their age and birth
right. This astonished the brethren and
much more were they astonished when
they perceived that Benjamin's portion
was five-fold a mark of special favor.
Sai ritual Leaean Taught.
Bible students, realising that Joseph
was a type of the Messiah, think that
Benjamin, Joseph's younger brother by
the same mother, was also a type. As
Abraham's wives typified different cove
nants, so Raphael, mother of Joseph and
Benjamin, seems to typify a special cove.
nant the covenant of sacrifice, which
has operated during this gospel are, and
which brings forth two distinctly separate
classes of saints.
The higher class s represented in Jo
sephthe Messiah class the close which
includes the especially faithful of Ood's
people during the Qoapel age Jesua and
His footstep followers. This class will
reach the throne of empire, becoming
ruler of the universe, nest to the Al
mighty, who is typified In Pheroah. and
who took Jesus out of the prison house
of death and highly exalted Him to great
power and glory.
It has escaped the attention of Bible
Fritz Eyberg Held
For Sale of Liquor
The dlstrtot court grand jury completed
its work yesterday and was discharged
for the remainder of the term. Only
three indictments were returned and but
one of the warrants issued was Returned
yesterday when Deputy Sheriff Leuch
went to Treyncr and arrested Frits Ey
berg, the village blacksmith, whom the
grand Jury indicted for Illegal sales of
Eyberg is one of the substantial eltl
sens of the village and Judging from the
number of prominent pereona who ap
peared an witnesses before the grand Jury
the Village smithy under the spreading
chestnut tree Was the most popular place
and the common resort of the good peo
ple of the town.
The Inference is that in their colloquial
encounters they some times, or even fre
quently, had heated discussions that
created great thirst According to the
witnesses the obliging blacksmith kept
coses of pop, manyhued, and ginger ale,
beady and foaming to quench their
thirst Some practical Joker seems to
have slipped ln a case of real beer and
George So bold got some of it as he is
made corespondent in the Indlotment
Mr. Eyberg supped off his leathern belt,
rolled down hts sleeves, laid down his
hammer and tongs and let tbe tire In his
Brooklyn Tabernacle Bible Study
New Cotton Dress Goods
New Imported French Voiles,
every style, from the pretty stripes to
the dainty Dresden figures, in all the
new colors 35c to 75c a yard.
Stylish, new printed Crepe de
Chines, light weight airy stuffs that
will make gowns the picture of dainty
coolness for the coming Summer days,
50c to 75c a yard.
Snappy New Ratines. Nothing so scarce
everywhere but here. All the new shades of
electric blue, rose, pink, tan, leather, taupe, also
the fine imported novelties. 75c to $1.75 a vd.
New Imported Embroidered Voiles. A spe
cial lot of high class fabrics and patterns, in ex
clusive dress patterns, in the new shades of pink,
helio, light blue, black and white, $15 to $20 a
Long White Silk Glove Sale, 89c Pr.
Monday is the last day crt our Long White
Silk Glove Sale. You will find this a very profit
able time to buy. 16-button length white Silk
Gloves of good heavy quality, with Paris point
embroidery. On sale Monday while they last,
89c a pair.
SHOWN IN" OUB SIXTEENTH STREET WINDOW.
. . 11 '? not 'dtar that our Gingham, with proper waahtns. hold
their colore until worn out, It 1b because they are the best of their
kind, selected because of their perfection. Bee the wonderful range
of weaves, styles and colorings we arisen t.
Zephyr Ginghams. Cheviot Ginghams.
Oxford Ginghams. Crepe Ginghams.
Madras Ginghams. Chambray Ginghams.
Tissue Ginghams. Seersuoker Ginghams.
Prices ranging from 10c to 60c a yard.
students, until recently, that two classes
of saintly Christians are being developed
during this Gospel age a. superior class,
represented by Joseph, and an inferior
class, represented, by Benjamin. The word
Benjamin means "son of my right band,"
The name Benont "son of my pain"
was Riven him by his mother, who died
ln giving him birth.
The antltyplcal lesson here would be
that this speolal covenant, typified by
Rachel, gives birth to the eleot. church.
The Messiah class, of which Jesus is the
head, and will aleo.glvo birth to another
class ,and then cease expire. The sec
ondary class are scrlpturally designated
Tribulation Saints, the declaration being
made that they shall "come up out of
great tribulation" to the blessing whloh
they shall inherit
"Little Flock" "Great Cerapony."
In .order to present this view dearly, we
must refer to Revelation, 7th chapter.
There we are given the picture of 144,000,
sealed in their foreheads. These ore the
some that are 'elsewhere represented as
standing with the lamb. See Revelation
H:l-3; 15:2. This little group seems to rep
resent the very elect, the ltttle flock, to
whom it will be the Father's good pleas
ure to give tho millennial kingdom, as
Joint heirs with their Lord and Redeemer.
Tho sealing of the elect has been ln
progress for nearly nineteen centuries.
Altogether, from Jews and Gentiles, there
will be m.OOO-kinKB ' and priests unto
God,' followers of the lamb, and His Joint
heirs in the kingdom. These constitute
the spiritual seed of Abraham, to bless
all the families of the earth. Natural Is
rael, however, still are heirs to the sec
After the account of the sealing of the
very elect, tn the same chapter we have
an account of the gteat company. All
tho circumstances attest that this great
company before the throne, with palm
branches in their hands, are a wholly dlf.
ferent company from the elect, who will
share Messiah's throne and glory. This
great company Is elsewhere referred to
symbolically as the "virgins," the bride's
companions, who will follow her. Psalm
Two Tribulation Claaaes.
The eleot church, of which Jesus is the
head, will Indeed pass through tribula
tions, 80 It Is written, "Through much
tribulation shall ye enter the kingdom."
The Lord Himself passed through great
tribulation shame, suffering and death.
forge die while he willingly came to
Council Bluffs with the deputy sheriff.
It took him thirty minutes to find a
bondsman willing to sign the $00 obliga
tion fixed by the court
There has always been a saloon at the
village of Treynor since the day It came
Into being. The majority of the people
appear to favor a place where they Can
get a glass of beer when they want it,
and although the legalised saloon has
been knocked dUt for several years, there
has always been some place where the
beer could be conveniently stored tor con
sumption. The other two Indictments returned by
the grand Jury were not made public.
a Brilliant Dance
The annual reception of the high school
Junto re to the seniors was held last night
ln tbe Bagles new building. It was
Most of the young people came to the
building ln carriages and automobiles,
wearing evening dress, lending a decid
edly bonton coloring to the event
The reception feature was quits brief
and partook of the choracvT of a grand
march. The grand march naturally
drifted into a waits and there was no
interruption to the dancing program dur
We know the same of His footsteps fol
lowers, the apostles and others.
Nevertheless, these are not described In
the Bible as the Tribulation class. By
virtue of their greater faith, these are
able to rejoice in their tribulations and
to count them all Joy, knowing that the
are working out for them a far more
j exceeding and eternal weight of glory..
, They look not at tho things which are
I seen, which are temporal, but at the
I things eternal, whloh God hath In reser
vation for those who love Him.
The tribulation saints are variously pic
lured In the Scriptures as those who
lack" somewhat in their zeal, but who do
not lack ln their loyalty. They fall to ko
on and fulfill their vows of sacrifice and
to be heroes in the fight against the'
world, the flesh and the adversary. An
the Scriptures say, "Through fear of
death they are all their lifetime subject
to bondsge" bondage to the flesh, to the
customs of society fearful of the sacri
ficing experiences which they covenanted
should be theirs. Hebrews 3:15.
For this reason they cannot be accepted
of God as copies of His dear Son., and as
worthy of sharing in His glory, honor
and immortality. Nevertheless. God Is
very compassionate and tests them as to
their loyalty to Him. As many as ulti
mately prove faithful, loyal He purposes
shall be granted everlasting life, even
though they fall of Joint heirship in the
kingdom the very thing- to Which they
were Invited, As it is written, "Ye are all
called In the one hope of your colling."
BenJanJn's Five Portions.
In dispensing hts bounties, Joseph gave
abundantly to all his brethren. But to
Benjamin, his full brother, he gave five
portions. To Bible students It appears
that since Joseph clearly typifies the
Messiah, the blessings distributed to his
brethren represent the favors that tho
Messiah will bestow upon natural Israel,
His brethren according to the flash, In
addition to the general blessings whloh
His messianic reign will give all man
kind, represented by the Egyptians.
According to this picture, Benjamin
would represent the great company class
of the Lord's people, who will come up
out of great tribulation to a higher plane
than the remainder of mankind. Begotten
of the Holy Spirit like the ohurch, they
will also be spirit beings, If found worthy
of life. And the brethren who sold the
anti-typical Joseph will nevertheless be
greatly blessed by Him.
ing the remainder of tbe evening, whlcj
lasted until 11:90.
Them were a few of the Juniors and
seniors who did not dance and they ap
peared to be having a rawer loneiy ume
In the balconies as spectators of the bril
liant scene below them.
Some of the happy boys and girls were
even irreverent enough to make some re
marks about the sad death of the ant!
high school dance law that perished so
miserably ln the legislature last winter.
Ashes of Man Cast
from High Building
CINCINNATI, May K-Cast from the
top of a thirty-four-story building, which
he had helped to erect from the Ume its
foundations stores were laid until its
completion, the ashes of Jacob Gross, a
laborer! were thrown to tbe winds today,
In compliance with his dying order. The
ashes settled upon the shoulders of pass
ers by who brushed them off and com
plained of the lnadquaey of the street
cleaning department. Gross, who was
notified by physician as early in the week
that his death from tuberculosis was near.
asked that his body be cremated and his
ashes thrown from the building. The re
quest was complied with and 1 each to
six relatives was distributed, that being
all of his estate.
Committee of Club
Inspects City Jail;
Glad When It's Over
"Deplorable condition" is what most of
the members of the municipal affairs
committee of the Commercial club
thought of the city Jail after an inspec
tion tour through It yesterday afternoon.
They went Into the cells, the kitchen, the
matron's quarters and through the court
rooms, picking out the many flaws of
ventilation, arrangement and genoral con
dition, and were convinced that Omaha
has not an Ideal prton for city law
breakers. The odors and the closeness
and inconvenience of the entire building,
mot of them said, were worse than they
What will be the result of their .in
spection trip none of them could say.
Each declared ho realized how badly
Omaha needs a new Jail or better fmrltl.
lies for keeping prisoners) but at the mo
ment had no suggestion to make regard
ing Improvements. The Inspection prob
ably will prove a stimulus for the com
mittee. The members have been discussing for
some time the need of a new Jail and
Ikave heard Commissioner Ryder on va
rious occasions decry the conditions at
the present place, and, now tuat they
have seen for themselves, It Is probable
they will get together Boon In endeavors
to securo better quarters for the law
breakers. After the visit to the Jail the committee
men went over the pwltching facilities
for the wholesale and factory houses on
lower Harney and Howard streets and
were told by those who had made a study
of such conditions there that theso houses
and others being contemplated were badly
in need of better facilities for freighting
At the next meeting of the committee
work qf Improvement along lines sug
gee ted by the trip will be started.
Army Officer and
Wife on Trial on
Charge of Theft
HOUSTON, Tex.. May 24. Testimony
was taken here today at a hearing of
charges that Lieutenant Joseph. L. vVlor,
U. S. A., and his wife, Mildred Wler, stole
dresses worth $500 from the wife of Cap
tain J. 8. Cecil, U. S. A., at Fort Macken
zie, Wyo., about a year ago. The testi
mony was taken by a commissioner ln an
effort to determine whether there were
grounds for returning Lieutenant and
Mrs. Wler to Wyoming for trial.
An affidavit by Lieutenant Wler was
read declaring that Captain Cecil had of
fered to end the entire matter If Wler
would pay him $1,000 in cash and resign
from the army. The affidavit Bald Wler
refused the offer, The hearing adjourned
until June B.
&irl Believed to
Have Slain Self,
Crossed in Love
SIOUX CITT. Ia May S4. The body of
Pearl Metcalfe, 19-year-old, .of Holly
Springs, Ia.',near here, who haa been
rhl(Blng..,from her home for more htan
a week, was found today ln West Fork
ereek, about three-quarters of a mile be
low tho place her footsteps led on the
night she disappeared. The finding of
the body seems to confirm the theory
that the young girl committed suicide.
Grief because parents objected to her
receiving attentions from a young men Is
given as the cause.
Women and Girls
Drive Road Drags
CENT Ell VI LLE. Is,, May 24. (Spe
cial.) frizes .amounting to 1S.000 were
distributed' Tuesday at Centenrllle among
1M farm draggers, who ln response to an
Invitation of the Centerville mechonts
met hero after a day's work through the
county with their drags. Miss Edna
Gray, 20 years old, was the slxty-nlntn
one to register and her prizes amounted
to $111 In cash and $9 in merchandise.
Besides, the road boosters propose to
raise a purse for her.
Miss Gray left home at 3 o'clock ln
the morning, drove eight miles to the
southwest corner of Appanoose county
then twenty-three miles to Centerville on
a drag without a seat on It However,
the young woman admitted she jat down
on the drag occasionally. Her brother
accompanied her with another team. Mrs.
Blanche Talbot took the prize offered
for married women, driving In thirteen
miles on a drag with a 7-month-old baby.
For the man driving the greatest distance,
W. 8. Creech was awarded the prize.
He drove seventeen miles. The oldest
msn to win a prize was 'Isaac Streepy,
who Is 75 years of age. The youngeat
boy winning a prize was Afthulr Cozau,
0 years old, and the youngest girl was
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wash-woman's wages, meals and car fare.
And after alL you cannot equal the quality and
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laundry to many happy homes in Omaha.
Relieved of a Severe Case ol
Nervousness by Pe-rn-na.
Mrs. R. G
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from a e n
p r oeratlon
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