Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 26, 1913, Page 2, Image 2
THE BEE: OMAHA, RATOIDAT, JULY 26, 1013. July Month-End Sale of Dresses SATURDAY 9 A. M. Every one of our high-class, exclusive Silk, After noon and .Dinner Gowns is included in this sale at Spe cial Prices for the first time. Not a large quantity, but every dress is choice and exclusive. Brocades, . Crepe de Meteor, Pongee, Crepe du Chien and China Silk. Dresses sold for $25 Saturday $16,50 Dresses sold for $35 Saturday $22.50 Dresses sold for $45 Saturday $32.50 Every dress offered in this sale was made exclusively for this season's selling. Every summer dress in our stock is marked at a reduced price. The values we offer ate remark able. You will be pleased with the price and selection. Suits and Goats are included in this sale. THE STORE FOR SHIRT WAISTS A vast selection of stylish waists many excellent values offered. Men 8. :Fqrnishing Goods SOc Was Ties 25c 'ALlaxgo selection of dosirablo patterns. $1.50 . Shirts (or $1.15 Our roguhtf stock. Nothing purchased for special soles. Union' Suits only 75c A cool open inosh garment that will wear woll. JkthlpMo stylo or short or long sleeves. MEN'S SECTION Only a step from eithor entrance. Very Special Saturday $10.00 and $ld.00 Imported (jq QO Cotton Dross Patterns.. p0.Z?O Oino $25,00 Dross Pattern C 7Q at ..; tPD. O Dress Goods Department Main Floor. Now is the Time for , All Black Hats Special showing Saturday: $5, $6.75, $8,75 Trimmed with Malino and tho new Tango feather. .- Millinery Second Floor. Saturday Specials ... NAIL POLISHERS with dotachahlo covers; special, 27c, 37c and 47c. IDEAL HAIR BRUSHES double bristlo, $L25 regularly; special, 89c, Toilet Goods Section Novelty Broche Silk Poplins 22 kc Yard Constructed of silk and cotton, very lustrous, having tho appearance of an all silk fabric. Now displayed in our' Six teenth street window. Main Floor. Inexpensive Dependable Summer Hosiery , ,en8 black cotton hose, double ..soles, heels and toes, 16o a pair. Children's whito cotton hoso 15c pair. Women's black gatuse lialo'hose, gar ter top and double soles, 50o a pair, SUk BQ&t Ho&o with white or black lisle tops; and Boles, 80o a pair. Silk Glove Special Long Silk Gloves 16 but torian excellent $1.25 value; Saturday at 1 89c a pair ' 7 Kayser's 16 button Silk Gloves $1.00 a pair. ' 'J UIG CLEARANCE IX EVERV DISPART MENT OF TUB HTOIIE. mm OMAHA'S FASTEST GROWING STOKE EttU Sec tho IO wer Left Hand Corner, of This Ad for tho Biggest Shirt Bargains In Town. SPLENDID BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY Buy Vacation Clothes, hero and now, and the savings will provide funds for many additional vacation pleasures. The Straw Hat Sale of the Year Choice of any Man's Straw Hat (all water proof od, remember) that sold at $2 to $3, for Summer Finery for Women, Misses . and Children Sharply Reduced Hero is a brief resume of the price-cutting we've done: $14.50 to $45.00 suits for $7.00 to $14.00 j $14.50 to $49.50 coats for $7.00 to $17.50; $2.50 to $25.00 dresses for $1.85 to $16.50 $2.50 to $9.75 waists for $1.85 to $5.95. Besides these garments for grown-ups, wo'vo In cluded praotically everything In children's and little girls' garments and furnishings, and Hats for little and big people. Verily, to miss these bargains la a sorry loss to those with oven the slightest heed. . ' jr. 1 HOMftgD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS STRIKERS QUIET IK ' COPPER ZOHE WITH SOEOIERS DM DUTY (Continued from Fage' One.) federation sent a request' to' all cYnipple that within a week thy would set' a date lor a conference. On oomparfy refused to .Acknowledge that such a letttr hat) been reoelvetL. Tho others merely placed them on tile, hut vouchsafed no reply. There was nothing tor the men to do ex crpt strike, and I beltev the companies were, considerably surprised by the ex tent of the movement. A union's strength is not always measured by the numbs of Jts active members." At the Baltic location a body of strik ers clashed with deputies, removing: their tars and ordering' them away. The mine management considered calling for troop when one of the officers jnas beaten, but mo uuvunxrace caooa quicaiy ana ine union men marched awar to other mines on the south range. Striker Draw Vires, Two thousand striker of the Kewee naw mines adjacent to the Calumet dis trict are marching' to Calumet.- They are O. Ahmed, Alloui, "Wolverine and Centen nial mine. They don't appear to be in an ugly mood. Strikers this morning" drove deputies away from the Wolverine and Ahmeek mint. At the Alious the fires were drawn by Vtrlkers and the pumps shut down. Scene of Disorder Shift. Disorder pf the copper miners' strike which yesterday occurred arpund' the properties pt the Calumet and UecU mining company were transferred today to. the estreme . ends of the district Deputy sheriffs were driven from prop erties at Ahmeek and Mohawk on the north and 'from TrUmountaln. -Baltic Jala Royale, Superior and other mines pa the south range. la addition ft .crowd of strike sym pathiser ehssed'IDO men from construe tlon work on the extension of the Copper lUnge railroad near Freda, Houghton eawnty, late today, and another mob was reported to have attacked the deputies Rt yuincy mine, Hancock, The mobs followed closely their tactic of ths day before, contending themselves with compelling nonunion workers to quit and tearing; tho badges oft of some aeputy sheriffs. The troops that arrlVod today were stationed about the shops and shsfts of the Calumet and Hecla company in this city and several streets' were roped oft with wire cable and Sen tries with fixed bayonets paced hack of these obstructions, it was Indicated that no attempt would be made to break, up the organized demonstrations of the miners until after a sufficient force was at hand to protect the eltlre district. An Illustration of the difficulties of the situa tion was found In the fact that today's outbreak on. the south range was ap. proximately thirty miles from the Celu met armory. C. H. Mahoney. vice president of the Western Federation of Miners, arrived today and Inspected the entire district. He held a meeting this afternoon with J. C. Lowney, Yamco Tersleh and Guy E. Miner, memoers of the executive board of the federation. Mahoney came from the Atlantlo City conference of the American Federator of Labtr. and t was reported he broughf aesuranoe of support from the national organisation. HENRY LANE WILSON WOULD RECOGNIZE THE HUERTA REGIME (Continued from Page One.) who would be interested in American con trot of Mexico," was his comment Mr. WUson said he expected to ea back t Mexico as American ambassador. I have received no Intimation from Washington that I am to be dismissed.' hu declared. "I expect to be retained, ai i see no resson why I should not. stand pat today on everything I have none.- Ill-yen In Wnshlnsrtnn. ' ' WABHINQTON, July ' W.-Beeretary )ryfih oh his return today from his lw ture -tour was silent on Mexican affairs, but observed that the Iowa crops were fine. He weht almost immediately to the White bouse. Secretary Bryan conferred briefly with the president and made an appointment or a longer conference Jeter in the day. Summer Shirt Bargains Such as Yoa, Neter . Heard of Before L0T iN0,4, Beautiful, soft mates 4 rials, perfect in fit . and finish, that we sold originally! at $1.50 and $2.00, for 95c LOT NO. 2 Broken lots " of oui very finest shirts silks, otcrr-that. sold at $2.00 and up, for $133 , ' Don't Overlook , These Matchless . Bargains in Suits for Hen and Young Hen $15.00 Suits fiQ ETA reduced to.... .VJlV $18.00 and $20.00. Suits $12.50 $2250 and $25.00 Suits todu...:... $16.50 $28.00 and $30.00 Suits Sfff. S18.50 $32.50 and $35.00 Suits f:du.!d. $23.50 2il . ?J.:-.iI . 'V!fi7,7S Although a regular cabinet scheduled for today, none was held be. cauee most of the cabinet members are out of the city. Th'oee who have re malned called on the preeldent indlvldu. iy, Later, efter lils second and lonr (Inn ference with President Wilson, Secretary Bryan announced that he hoped to confer with Ambassador Wilson tomorrow morn Ins prior to another conference with the senate foreign relations committee. Mr. Bryan said It had not been determined whether the president would confer with me amnassador tomorrow or. Monday, tsnror from Sonora Enrotite. EL PABO. Tex., July 25.-Eduard6 llav. special envoy from the flonora constttu tlonallsts to the American government, passed through here today enroute to Washington to pUad for recognition of the rebels. Concernlnr his mission ha said; Wo. have fullest confidence In Presi dent Wilson. I am going to urre him to let both sides in Mexico have all the am- munition they can take Into Mexico and let it be a fair fight. This Japanese seare from Mexico Cllv" la onlr a bluff made by Huerta to pro. ou leonng. against the Amerieanr.7 Ha' was president of the Mexican Chamber, of Deputies under Former PreaU dent Madero. Mrs.Pankhurstisin Critical Condition LOrTDON, July a.Tbe consUltlnir nh- slclans in attendance on Mrs. Emmellne Pankhurat, who was yesterday released irom iionoway jail, UKe so serious a view of her condition that they ordered loony me immediate resort to a trans fusion of blood, Mrs. .Pankhurst's weakness and Inant Hon from the effects of htr "hunger and thirst strikes" are so extreme that great apprehension is Mt sa to "the outcome. "She could be no-' worit" w th ment made by one ot the attendants to day. Lady Sybil smith, daughter of the Earl of Antrim; Mrs. Pethlck Lawrence and Miss Evelyn Bharpe were sent to prlion DES MOINES WOMAN PINED Means that State Case Against er . Will Be Tried; PROMINENT MEN ABE WORRIED' Thousand Travel o Pella to BnJor Good Roads Picnic Speaking; and Athletic Events Are on tho Drt's rrostrnm. , (From a Etff Correspondeptj DES MOINES, July JSSpeclal Tele- sram.)Atter. two dayn of sensational evidence Police Judge ytterbacic toaay fined Mrs. Maurlca Lynch iwo on con- -vlctlon for .runnings a disorderly , hpuse, The case was ohe of mora than usual Importanoe' because of the certainty 4tnat prominent men ot the city and state will be brought Into the state. case, wmcn yet remains to be tried against her. qood Roda Pienio. The targestt picnlo gathering of years In the Interest of roads was held today at Pella. One hundred automobiles left Des Molneq early today to attend the meeting and. there, wore delegations from along the White Way as far as Atlantlo and east to Oskaloosa. Hundreds of auto enthusiasts participated and boosted for improvement 'of 'the road between the two rlvorsi .'There was a short, program of speaking and some athletle flents. The purpose is to arouse Interest In the movement for paved roads. Several thou sand persons attended the demonstration. AlrinK Rotten Condition. Tho suit was commenced In police court yeilerday involving the character of the resort kept by Mrs. Maurice Lynch, at whose Place some very prominent Persons wore found recently under suspicious cir cumstances. A large number of witnesses appeared for the state and the case promises to result in Interesting devel opments, In which the names of a num ber of other men will be used. The chief of ptillc came near Joeing some of Jils star witnesses this week. Yesterday he received a mysterious telephone call and some, unknown person wh'epered jo. him that one ot his beat , witnesses, a former resident at the Lynch home, was in Perry, registered as a doctor. The chief went there and found It to be true, and got the girl; Also two others who were traced, from this clue. It Is be lieved they were all induced, to leave the city to avoid telling what they know about the case. . .. . Reports front Iowa- Asaeaaora. Although Iowa assessors- who placed values on Iowa property this year found 63,000 less acres ot farm land than before they assesied what . they did find at nearly X,0GQ000 more In actual value. The returns to the state officials from the counties after the adjustment of values as found by the 3.G00 asseesors shows an aggregate ot Sl,K3,tl8 acres of land assessed. The valuation placed on this, with one county estimated because not yet returned, Is 1,TM,4.1S1. The actual value ot town lots as returned Is SSx.6Ss,$2 which s an In crease of over !M,0C0,GCO over the year before. Oh settle items pf personal property .several counties havo as yet mada no return to "the state "on which the state executive council can' act In arriving at the total valuation of Iowa' property, but all Jntonuayon te expected before the council finally acts. The council is at work every day on assessment matters. Exonerated JKornter Hauerlntcndeni. A committee of taxpayers formed for for fourteen days today for attemntlna- to hold a militant suffragette meeting In I the nurcose ot makine th invt.iiitinn 1 ,M ,owy the House of Commons. has received and will file with the proper qounty officials a detailed report on the financial expenditures of tho county su perintendent's office under Mrs. Jennie Steele Huegle, former superintendent. The report completely exonerates hen and finds ' that she is not Indebted to the county In any amount, despite' that the county has brought suit to collect a large sum from her. . Development In jSnutncerlnK. Winter short courses In engineering for ' men employed in Industries of Iowa will bo offered for the first time at Iowa State college from. December 29 to .Janu ary 10 this year. Iowa .Is the second state In the union to offer such cqurses. Instruction will be given In cement and cement products, clay and clay products, road materials and road making, drain age problems, power plants, the nppllca- Ltlon of electricity and steam and gas tractors., Death ot Conrt Officials. Colonel Henry L. Bousquet died at a hospital In this city today, after a brief illness, following an operation tor stomach complications, lie had been clerk of the, supremq pourt and wa at this time file clerk in that office. Ho had been deputy under Clerk John Crock ett and. when he resigned became clerk, but later was beaten for the. nomination. Colonel Bousquet was a native of Amster dam, 73 years old, was a soldier In the Thirty-third Iowa and lived In Pella. He was; clerk of courts In Marlon county at one time and had been a prosperous merchant Chance In Revenue Offices. All Iowa Is much Interested In the re port from Washington that the two Iowa revenue 'districts have boen' consolidated and that one district will do the work. The office will probably be located In Des Moines. The two offices have been In Burlington and Dubuque, located there years ago by reason of the Influence ot the senators who live In those cities. The new office will -collect about a million and a quarter ot revenue a year. Presi dent Wilson had named Louts Murphy ot Dubuque to be collector, but had been In a great quandary as to who to name for the other district, and this consoli dation relieves him' of great embarrassment. What la a VHIniref The executive council will be called on to decide What la a village In Iowa. The Boone Suburban Railway company, which runs out into the country to some mining camps, has been assessed as an interurban. but olalms this Is not right because it does not run to any city, town or village, which makes the distinction between an Jnterurban and a city street railway, The claim la made thai none ot the places to which the Boone line runs rises to the dignity of being a vil lage. The value has been locally assessed sr It Is claimed. Attorney Think They Won. Attorneys for the state In .the. state fair reduced rate case .returned from Council Bluffs muxh pleased with the turn of tho case and feel that they have won their contentions. The railroad attorneys rested the case solely oh the alleged dls crimination In the rates nronoaed and that the state having fixed maximum. tates could not amend the law to make exceptions to those rates. The fact that the federal court took; the matter under advisement ts taken to Indicate that the seriousness and Importance ot the case Is fully recognised. Itaakers' Uoycott Fissle, Bankers In one county of Io,wa tried to put a crimp In the new law requiring payment of Interest or cahoot money by all mutually agreeing they wguld not fay the, Interest. Frank D. Joseph, dep. uty state superintendent, was appealed to by school officers ot the county nnd he promptly made arrangements with a Des Moines bank to pay the Interest on all school money from that county. School treasurers were notified of the fact, and the boycott was suddenly broken by the local banks of the county agree ing to pay the Interest, rate of 1 per cent on school ;money. The lawV&oe not re quire that the school money shall be kept In the county where It Is owned. Wew 311 no .Inspector. William E. Holland ot Eddyvlllo was today appointed by the governor to be a state mine Inspector, vice John Jeffreys ot Albla, resigned. Mr. Jeffreys qu.Ua the service ot the state because yere Is better compensation In private service and he will accept a position as .superin tendent of a coal mine. Mr. Holland was appointed strictly on his merits as one especially competent for the work of in spector In southern Iowa, There are .three state mine Inspectors and the state is divided Into districts. Bxninlnntlnn for Certificates. Thtrtyrseven persons. Including several Vomen, ambitious to become licensed era- balmers In Iowa, appeared before the state -board ot examiners for embalmers today a fad. were given examination. Next week over 109 nurses will be given ex junlnatlon for certificates .as nurses. The state board of examiners is today sending out to 100 or more doctors and osteopaths the certificates awarded some time ago. William Braford of this city, member of a well known family. Is seeking clem ency at the hands of the governor, and today D. T. Blodgett called on the gov ernor with membera of the family of Mr. Brafford to lay his case before the chief executive. Mr. Blodgett Interested hlmielf In the Brafford case while at .Anamosa and became convinced that to continue him further In prison would be an outrage. The governor will have the matter Investigated through the proper channels. SOUTH OMAHA MAN NAMED TO BE WEAT INSPECTOR . . (From a Staff Correspondent.)' ' WASHINGTON,, July. 25.-(8pecuU Tele gram.) The toUfvOps meat Inspectors have been appointed: i John M. Okenbarg of South Omaha to be located at Sioux Falls, 8; D. B. F. Black of Ottumwa, la., to hi . located at Pittsburgh. PS. Joseph B. Welshler of Blbux City, lac. to he located at. Pittsburgh, Pa'( ' " " John F. McLaughlin of Sioux' City, la., to be located at Washington. D. C. Rural carriers appointed fof' Nebraska routes: Kennard, route 2, WlUlam W, McCourtle; Liberty, route .2, Carl ' E. Mutchmore. Samuel II. Hickman has been appointed postmaster at Hickory. Morroll county. Nebraska, a ne wofflce. Injured tn Motor Upset. LOGAN, la., July 23.-(SpecIal,)-Phelps Wood, Paul Miller, Will Hughes anl other boys of Logan were painfully in jured when the car In which they were riding upset on a bridge northeast ot Woodbine last evening. The boys were pinioned beneath the car until help ar rived. Phelps Wood sustained Injuries on the bead, limb nnd body. Paul Miller was also injured on the head; the other boya escaped with minor bruises. TRAMP WAS MURDERED, SAYS CORONER'S JURY CltESTON, la,, July 25.-(SpeclaI.)r-Thl tramp ound dead on the . railroad tracb between Cromwell and Pniscott, la., wa not accidentally killed, but murdered. The coroner's' Jury yesterda? Issued thi following statement: "We, the JurV, find that this man' camo to his death by hav ing his throat tut, by parties unknown to us, and his body placed on the rail road track to cover the crime.'! " When the body was prepared tor burial It was found that besides the terrible mutilation sustained under the wheels, his throat Was cut from car to ear. Sher iff Hull, accompanied, by the Jury, visited the scene of the crime and found that the body had been dragged quite a long way ard thrown on the trAck. Bi the arms of the man were tattooed. One bore the Image of the holy cross, the Other the American flap. IJnmmrr Defrrern (ilven. IOWA CITY, la., July a.-(Spedal.)-Forty-flve .degrees were granted by the State University of Iowa at the flrty sixth convocation, which marked the close of the summer session here today. Twenty-seven were first and eighteen advanced degrees. ReV. Joseph Fort Newton of Cedar Rapids delivered the convocation address. Still Selling at Cut Prices We lead the drug trade of Uie city in low price, as you can see by the figures given below, for Saturdxgr'a selling. 60c Stewart's Dyspepsia Tablets i 60c pane's Dlapepaln 20c for j. 20 c 60c Pond's Extract S8o EOo Deaton'e Cold Cream... !Wc 76o Pompelan Massage Cream tot .. , 4Bo 7 So De Mar's Massage Cream 85c $1,00 S. 8. 8 54c 26oMennen'a Talcum Powder lOo 25q Peroxide of Hydrogen.. Oo fl.00 Dike's Blood and Skin Remedy .67o 11.00 Druna's Sarsaparilla. ,07c 60o Canthrox .2pc $1.00 Protone ,67c ti.vo ueiatone 07c 11.00 LUterine . . . Sot 26c LUterine lflc 60c Hind's Honey and Almond Cream . . . , 30,000 Cigars, all popular 10c brands, on sale Saturday. . 5c 86c Ideal Hair Brushes aOo 36c Prophylatlc Tooth Brushes lite Jflc Tooth Brushes i 25c Stick Nail Polish, celluloid box, Imported ,.,,,10c 36c Catorla ...,.21c 75c Rubber Gloves, guaranteed, for ,-... 80c Photo SappUtt for All McJtttr W Da FlnUhfag for Amateur "FOLLOW THE BEATON PATH" BEATON DRUG CO. FAKNAM AND FIFTEENTH STREET, i !