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THE BEE: OMAHA, ERIDAY, JULY 1913.
10c Palm OHyc Saap, 4 cakes, 25c
Peroxide, 1 17 Jergen's Talcum,
b BOo slxe....C 1-lb.can. S6dslxolc
llerplclde Hair A7 sP,r Powder, 1()c
Tc,l8l 07C rar..
Pebeco Tooth jq- j,ira cold in.
Paste. SOcsHto Cream. 60c slo.UMU
New Store Hours
During July and August,
Htoro Opens Dally 8 A. M.
Storo Close Dally 5 P. 31.
Saturday, 8 A. M. to 0 P. M.
Women's $1 GLOVES, 68c
QPITI A I W o m o n b long
Ol XjislilLil pure auk gloves,
extra quality, doublo y g
KODAK and KODAK SUPPLIES
Premoette Jr., with I J-A Folding Brownie
double lens. CA 7ft Camera, post C1Q
7.00 value.. u,w card slse.. v
l.tli nurUncrn I Card Mounts ' 1 Dint meas-
tlppod fingers, IC-button IBtfP
Inntrth. worth S1. nnlr . Wi
Acid IK. any also, fi uring 10-
Hypo. . .
w I 1 nvan w I trin . .
Whether the Prices Were $20.00, $22.50. $25.00.
$27.50. $30.00 and Even $55.00. Saturday at $15.50.
HERE'S the bluest "Hit" of the season. The great
est clothing buying opportunity offered by any
store in Omaha. There are other so-called clothing
sales advertised in this paper today, but none of
them will compare with this in real value giving.
It's assuredly the chance of a lifetime to economize
on your summer suit purchases.
Every suit is of this season's manufacture. GUAE
ANTEEB the same as if you paid the regular price
the product of twelve of the foremost clothing man
ufacturers in the country. All the favored materials,
including Blue Serges, Plain Blacks and a truly magnificent assortment of plain and fancy worsteds, cheviots and cassi-
merei. ALL SIZES to fit every build of man, and whats more, if the suit is not everything we claim for it after you get
it homo, bring it back and two will refund your money. That's how well wo think of the proposition we are offering you Saturday.
Orkin Bros. Your Homo Store.;
iOrkin Bros. Your Home Store.;
OTriday, July 4, 1913.
ELBDRATINQ the Day of Independence on the ocean will be the
Interesting experlenco of quite a large auinber of Omaha iopto
this yean lt1 the cuatom on most of the big liners to keeorate
tke boats -vltu' American flags and red, white aad blue busting
ma srve a speclal41aar with extra decorations and favora for the holliay.
AU holidays are duly celebrated and much attention la given la the way bt
t fror and aouvonlrii. esneclally on tho American and German liners.
Mrs. Charles Kountio and children and Mrs. Ward Burgess an cb.IT-
,dreo are spending the Fourth on the steamer Carmanla and will land this
week In England. Mrs. R. S. Halt and Miss Dorothy Hall aro on the
1 steamer Lapland.
' Dr. and Mrs. John D. Potttf, who aro on their wedding trip, sailed yes
''''terday on tho steamer Arabic.
Miss Sullivan of the high school faculty and Mrs. Ida M. Hanchett are
' on the Orotic and will go aohoro for an excursion on tho Axoro Islands for
a "the Fourth and then continue to Gibraltar.
v Df. LoRoy Crummer, Dr. Dunn and Philip Motx, who sailed on the Kal
ti.(ee WUhelm II., expect to land on Gorman soil in Umo to celebrate, tho
!t At the Country Club. I At the rield Club. '
. An alaborate display of fireworks will The Fourth will be celebrated at the
t be riven at the Country club thU even- , Field .club with a concert at 4 o'clock In
I Inx and About 360 members ot the club!
L ... , - a
i 'win aim mere.
Popular Matron Will Celebrate at Sea
Mr. and Mrs. D,
g!aum wllljhave at their table:
V Mr. iml kra. D. A. Baum.
t lira. Warren Jtogera.
Srrand Mrs, Frederick II. Davis will
have as their gueata:
Kr. and Mrs, Walter D, Koberta.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas U Davla.
, Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Brady,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Prltchett will en
tertain at dinner for Mliaea Elisabeth
r Jaad Menlo Davie, who leave Monday to
!sead tha summer at the aeaishore, Thoeo
.preant' will i:
BKirothy Mores ii,
Bonnie Do Weese.
tWUUam Dick ot
Mr. and Mm. Harold ITltchetU
Mr. and Mra. M. A. Hall will have aa
their guests at dinner:
Ur anit Mm. EL O. McQUlon.
Mr. and Mra, Charles McDonald,
Mtes Eleanor McOllton.
Mlvc Charlotte McDonald.
Master Robert Hall.
Other dinner parties will be given by
i Sirs. Voaa, who will have twelve guests;
Ijl 3. Love, ttve; W T. Burns, twelys:
r T. f. CowfHt txi F. B. Hoehtuiter, sis:
i K. M. Vnhaler, alxs F. fi. Connerj
: .miae: V. B. Caldwell, ats; R. O, Howe, alxj
H. Ijoomfe, twelves O. C. R.edlck, six;
Ij, A. MhaB -eleven; F. A Brogan.
ttlVlx; X C FrWeh: fours C. E. YoU elxj
I.e. N. Diets, four; J. U Faxton. four;
I rp V. Hamilton, four: Dr. Fred tke,
V ttri . 'XX. Barkalow, tour;' J. T. 8tew-
Mii, fws C. F. MaOrew, four; J. R. web-
aster, two; My Diets, six; II. u. Moor-
mu, Jira; mi jserrmni, lureu; j. micivvn,
Df. end Mrs. J. & Rummers will enter
tain at dlBaer Saturday evening at the
ICountry club, when they win havp fit
teen gitets, - - - ?
M(. and Mrs, is. uswixe, ur. ana
Mm. W. J. Hynw, M&ittr William Hynes.
Jaaater Kt4dn Updike aad Mr. and Mr.
& -AlcMAder Ptakeaa ot Hastlnga left
fThunMkfty ta mtor to' Fort Dodge, and
Xaxb Ofeitej. TMy plan to returp horot
--t Mr- and Mrs. David A. Baum. Miaa
fjt Mwwfft and Mla Alice Cartel
Witt Wave Meaday lo netor to Denver
, J Jm Imm Wiederaaa, Mia Hltdred
OhsireWa, Dr. C. T Urea and C. 8.
f SUtht wotorod Thursday to SfeHr, Keb.,
t e. hsmo Ut yttrth as the M4mKs of Dr.
the afternoon, followed by table d'hoto
dinner and dance. Entertaining at din
ner this evening at the club wilt be: Mr.
J, B, P6rter, who will have eight guests;
W. R, Cahlll,.four; Faul Burleigh, four
u, t, Wright, two; W, II. Murray, six;
N. P. Felt., fourteen; Robert Manley,
three; Fred Kern, two; F. N. Qoodell,
four; B, r- Kemper, three; J. B. Ltndsey,
four; Jack Hughes, four; Charles E. Fos
ter, three; E. B. Carrigan, five; II. A.
Cameron, two; It. D, Neely, stx; H.- W.
Dunn, two; Lee Hordman, eight; II. C.
Nicholson, four; E. J, MoVann, four; Dr.
Abbott, two; J. A. Russell, three: J. II.
Conrad, seven; W. A. Smith, three.
At Garter Lake.
Many reservations- are made at the
Carter Lftke club for the dinner dance
this evening. Those who will have gueata
are: J. F, Creeden, who will entertain
ten guests: Dr. J. I). Flckts, fouf; A. M.
rinto, seven; W. A. Nplaon, fours Duron
Hart, four; C. A. Welle, four; W. I
Hamond, four; Roy regau, two; Ro
Frankem. four; Roy Owens, fours W. F.
Bruett, five, and A. J, Pearsons, five.
At Happy Hollow.
Mr. and Mrs, C O. MoDonald will en
tertain at dinner Saturday evening at
Happy Hollow cub.
Among those giving dinner parties this
evening at nappy Hollow club will be
H. K. Burke t, -who will liava four guests,
Walter O. Bilver. six; J. W. Robblns,
nine; W. A. Piel. two; XL R. Durkee, two,
Alfred Elllck, two; Harry Marsh, four,
F. J. Wolfe, five; C. W. Russell, four,
w. M. Bpence, six.
In and Oat of the Bee. Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry. W. Yotrr. Mra.
Voss and Master George Vosswlll leavt
raturaay ror xaxe Louise in the Cana
dian Rockies for a week'a stay bifor,
ratling from Seattle for a trip to Alaska
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Yates, a daughter,
Mrs. Charles Allen, and Captain Alien.
Mr. and Mr. N. II. Loorata, MIjs Mar
garet Hanna of Washington, D. Cs Mr.
Otrald Evarts ot Windsor and Messrs.
John, Alexander and Robert Loomls wilt
leave Mouday for Dome Lake. Wye.
Mist Edith Tobttt' has returned' from
tho east, where she attended the conven
tion of the National Library association
at CaUklll. Jf- V.
Mr. and Mrs. Benttey McCloud ot Chi'
cago have, arrived to spend tha Fourth
of July with Mr. McCloud'a parents, Mr.
and Mrs, X II. Olmsted, at Florence.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hilton Fonda, Jr.,
leave this week wlth thelr two children
for a trip through Tellowatone park,
Mr- and Mrs. George Qllmore, Mr. and
Mrs. WIlHam Bowman, Dr. and Mra, J
M. Aiken. Miss Gertrude Aiken, Miss
iHenrletta Qllmore, Mr. ESUot QDniore
and Mr, O. W, Wtekersltam motored to
MICHAELSENJO BE HEARD
Commissioners Suspend Eleotrioian
, , and Set Sate for Hearing.
mCHAELSEN WIHS ONE BOUND
'JndKC English Rnlea that Commla-
alon Cnnnot DIschnrKc Him
Withont Flrat GlTlngr
Illm a Ilenrlngr.
the state fish hatcheries at Louisville to
spend the Fourth.
f leuAst Surprise Party,
a aurprise party was given In honor of
Miss Irene Keuchel Wednesday evening
at her residence, 1701 Dorcas street. The
evening waa spent In music, dancing and
singing. Those present wero:
f Misses Misses
Armella Schinkcr Margaret Schtnker
Klisabeth vð Ai-nos Hartung
Theresa Knobl . Julia Movlan
Katherine' Bchlriker Anna Bchlnker
Cecilia cnieborau ltne Keuchel
.useoh Kohle Henrv Bawatski
Frank Zeth. F:ed Oross
Edward Bchlnkor Gcorgo Qerhnrdt
Aloys iveucnci Stephen Keucnei.
At Seymour Lake Country Club.
Miss Ruth Arnstcln enetertalned at an
Informal dancing party last evening at
the Seymour Lake Country club in honor
ot her house guest, Miss Selma Oreistag
ot Chicago After dancing supper waa
served About seventy-five gueata were
In and Out of the Bee Hive.'
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas J. Kelly will
leave Saturday for Montreal, from where
they Will sail July t on the Laurentto to
spend the summer In Europe..
ACTING MAYOR ORDERS A SAFE
AND SANE POUETH. v
' Charges of misconduct. Insubordination
and attempts to bring his superior of
ficer into "disrepute and contempt" were
filed against City Electrician 'Mlchaelsen
by City Commissioners. C. H. Wlthnell
and John J. Ryder. Mlchaelsen was then
peremptorily suspended without pay
until July 15, when he will bo given a
hearing on the charges. The hearing
wilt be held at 3 o'clock In .the afternoon
before the city commission.
Commissioners Butler and McQovern
voted against the suspension. Mayor
DahlmarCvho has voted with Butler and
McQovern, to give Mlchaelsen a hearing,
was absent. ,
The resolution suspending the elec
trician directs the assistant electrician
and the head of the department of flr6
protection and water supply to perform
his duties until the hearing Is had.
Mlchaelsen was dismissed by the city
commission upon complaint ot Wlthnell,
his superior. The charges tiled enumer
ate the reasons for the discharge. The
fact that Mlchaelsen slipped a requisi
tion for an automobile post his superior
and then declared he "could get Wlth
nell to sign anything" is set forth.
Mlchaelsen did not appear at the city
halt. Wlthnell did not discuss the
charges. lie had stated that regardless
of tho suit brought by the electrician to
restrain the commissioners from dis
charging him, ho would give htm a
DAN B. BUTLER.
BECOMES INVOLVED OVER
DISPOSAL OF GARBAGE
William Baldteldt. 1T06 Cunton street,
became Involved with Peter Nelson, one
ot hla neighbors, over the disposal ot re
fuse. Saldteldt had been ordered by Judge
Foster to make sewer connections on hU
property, but Saldfeldt dlircgarded tlu
order. Upon being summoned by tha
court he. attempted to relate the family
troubles and when told to restrain hlm
helf to the subject, he made derogatory
remarks concerning the Judge. He wai
allowed to remain in eustody for several
hours, after which the Judge reprimanded
him for contempt of court, giving hhn a
month to connect with the sewer.
FORMER OFFICIALS HAVE
BIG CONSTRUCTION PLANS
Peter Elsasser, former pounty com
missioner, has started the construction ot
a one-story fireproof storo building ut
the southeast corner ot Fortieth and
Farnam atreeta. It wilt contain ' three
stores, one ot which already has 'enn
leased to a plumber.
John Lynch, present county Commla
aloner, la building an apartment house
at Twenty-second and Leavenworth
atreeta. It will conUln four apartments
and cost 111,000.
Key to tha Situation Bee Advertising.
Acting Mayor Has
Ordered a Safe and
Sane Fourth Here
Order for a sate and sane, Fourth of
July have been Issued from the mayor's
office, and has gone out from the office
ot the police commissioner to the city po
lice force Mayor James p. Dahlman Is
out ot the city, s but Acting Mayor Dan
B. Butler Issued the orders.
Butler not only colls for a safe and
sane celebration, but ha has Instructed
the police force, and the fire warden has
received similar orders, to prevent tre
imtiKflrlmtnfttit Rain of fireworks.
"I understand at least one big transient
dealer haa set up here and has an ex
elusive right to certain fireworks," said
Butler. "We are Investigating, and It
he is found to be a transient the license
Inspector will force him to take out a
$35-a-day license under tho law or get
out ot towp '
Byrne and Kelley
May Be Put on the
Board of Governors
T. C. Byrne and George H. Kelley are
being talked of as the successors to W.
L.'Yctter and Charles R. Courtney, who
have- resigned from tho board of gov
ernors of the Knights ot Ak-Sar-Ben.
Yetter resigned from tho board three
weeks ago because of poor health and
Courtney left tho board at the last
meeting becauso of more urgent duties
In his private business.
TELEGRAPH OPERATOR IS
STRICKEN WITH APOPLEXY
Persistent Advertising is the' Road to
Q corse W. Shaw, manager of the Bur
lington telegraph office at the' head
quarters building, was stricken with apo
plexy at 6 o'clock yesterday and
taken to the Wise Memorial hospital.' His
condition Is critical and little hope for
his recovery Is entertained. He was at
the .office in charge of work all Wednes
day and when he went to his rooms,
2S37 Davenport street, at night, appeared
to be In tho best of health. Yesterday
morning, when dressing, he fell to tho
floor. Immediately becoming unconscious
and has since remained In that condition.
Mr. Bhaw Is a single man, hU w.fe
having died many years ago. He Is closo
to 70 years of ago and has held his prss
ent position with the Burlington fcrty
years. Prior to that he was a telegraph
operator and at one time (took thj jjress
report tor The Bee. He was one -f the
first operators In the country to rtls-:atd
the tape and register and recelvo mes
sages by sound.
Entire East Has Its
Eyes on Nebraska
Crops, Says Hayden
"No, the east is not worrying about th
currency legislation slnco Secretary ot the
Treasury McAdoo made the statement
that In case of stringency he would Is.
sue ffMO.COO.OOO," said Joseph Hayden oe
returning from a week's stay In New
York. "That statement of McAdoo's had s
great effect." '
Mr,. Hayden says business conditions Ic
New York aro gpod- and that everyo'ni
la optimistic in view ot the favorable
advance -crop reports from all over the
"Tho advance crop reports from No.
brasko, for example," said Mr. Hayden,
"was never better, and New York bust
ness. watches all these .reports very
Tho. thing that .New Yorkers are watch
ing with the keenest Interest at .present,
according to Mr. Hayden, Is (he lobby In
vestigation and some of the sensational
disclosures that aro being made.
Most Wonderful IIealna
After suffering many years with a
sore, Amos' King, Port Byron, N. Y.,
was cured by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 25c.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
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The Unequaled Beiutlfltr
USED AND ENDORSED
Guaranteed to remove
tan, freckles, pimples,
liver spots, etc. Extreme
cases about twenty days.
Rids pores and tissues of impurities.
Leaves tho skin clear, soft, healthy.
Two .sizes, 50c. and $1.00. By toilet
counters or mall.
MiOTOMAC TOILET COMPANY. Parii. Tim.
Bold bv Sherman & McConnell Drug
Co;, Owl Drug Co.. Loyal Pharmacy; Th
Harvard and. others.
Work on New IlulldlnsT.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. July l.-Spe-cll.)
Work on tha new Young Men's
Christian association building Is In ac
tive progrec. The contract for' the
building runs a little over ttCOOO. The
sum of 175.000 Is subscribed tor building
XT A Itl AG-
Saturday J. J.jn.lVrU Monday
A Great July Clea
Including 52 new and used Pianos, all well
known makes all in Al condition, ail sold
with our absolute satisfaction guarantee.
All priced at less than you were ever
offered such instruments before in any sale
Every one of them go within the next
few days before stock taking is complete
Here's a Few of the Many Snaps
1 Stoinway .., $275
1 Chickoring & Son; .S125
1 Steger & Son , .$150
1 Emerson at $150
1 Mueller, at $125
1 Sterling at -. ...$100
1 Peck & Co $ 75
1 Vose & Son $125
1 Bradford at . . . . . .$100
1 Hardman at . . , . . . . .$125
1 Peerless at ..... .,:;....$ 90
1 Bo Decker at . , . '. . . . . . -$140
1 Arion at .., $ 75
1 Behning at $ 75
I We Will Arrange Terras of Payment to Suit Your Convenience. Piano Buyers
Will Do Well to Take Immediate Action.
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