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SOME REAL VALUES FOR THE LAST DAi OF tUR JULY CLEARANCE bAU
HEW STATE YETERINARIA
1. C, Elgin of Lincoln Succeeds Dr.
WAIT FINDS KANSAS DRY
IteturnN from Visit to I'nrchcil City
of Valley Falls Mistake In
Grain Ilate Makes Union
(From a Stuff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Neb., July SO.-(Spectal.)-Agaln
the political plum tree has been
shaken and the fruit which has been
, dangling from a high limb for so Ion?
baa at last fallen. It was picked up by
Ij. C. Klgtn of Lincoln, who found It
labelled "Deputy State Veterinarian."
This la the Job which haB been held by
Dr. A. Bostrom. who will retire to private
life. Th-j second plum, which dropped
was appropriated by F. W. Schaupp of
Virginia, and entitled tin finder to the
chief clerkship, formerly held by Miss
Beckmann. as chief under Dr. Bostrom.
The appointments will go lntto effect
August 1. Dr. Bostrom has not signified
what he will do, but will probably go
"hack to the practice of his profession at
Mlnden, his former home. Dr. Bostrom
has been a very efficient official and has
held the position at a time when a good
man was needed In the position, lie
Eoes out with the best o ffeellng toward
the governor and those appointed to tho
place, knowing well that to the victor
belong the spoils.
Miss Beckman, It Is generally under
stood, will go Into the office of Land
Commissioner Fred Beckman, her father,
and will be appointed to the chief clerk
ship, which has been left unfilled stneo
the promotion of Chief Clerk Emery to
the deputyshtp In the offlae.
Walt FlmU Kansas Dry.
Secretary of State Walt returned this
tnornlng from a few days' visit with his
sister who lives on a farm .near Valley
Falls, Kan. Mr. Walt says that tho
weathar has been exceedingly hot and
dry In that locality and that on tho farm
where hlsslBter lives the well will not
supply half tho water necessary for
house use and .they are compelled to
carry the water from a well In a pas
ture. There has been no rain for three weeks
and crops are suffering terribly and the
the ground Is baked hard. The soil of
that part of Kansas, which lies south
west of Atchison In Jefferson county,
does not seem to stand drouth so well ns
Nebraska and consequently a three
weeks' drouth with accompanying hot
winds plays havoc.
Morebend to Clny Center.
. Governor Morehead left this morning
for Spring Ranch, Clay county, to deliver
an address at the Harvest Homo plcnlo
which will bo held there today. From
there he will go to Reagan In Harlan
county where he will address another
gathering of -old settlers and harvest
The Formers' State bank of Marquette
has been granted a charter to operate a
bank at that place with a capital stock
of $10,000. The officers arc: J. S. Mavel,
president; O. B. Tledoll, vies president,
and A. L. Hill, cashier.
New State Hank.
The Stato Board of Secretaries of tho
Board of Health has decided that the
communion cup does' not come under the
ban as prescribed by tho law regulating
and prohibiting the us of the public
Communion Cup Not Affected.
On account of a ralsiiiirstanrtlrB oZ
the rate on grain some of tho gmln deal
on! at Union are in trouble ar.d tho rail
roads may be In It to some extent them
selves, according to Rate Clorlc U. G.
Powell of the Stale Railway commission.
It seems that tho rate on grain from Mis
souri river points to certain other points
Is 12 cents per 100. The agent at Union
In giving out the rate trom that place
made the rate the Missouri river rate in
stead of 19.23 per 100.
Grain dealers got bus7 and .bought
grain on that rate and on account of a
shortage In cars the Northwestern rail
way sent down cars over the Mlioiirl
Pacific: to haul the grain. Now It Is dis
covered that the agent mado a mistake.
Result, an agent out of a lob' grain deal
ers paying 4 cents more for gruin than
they could !1 It fori ralintiJ companitn
making a. lower rate than tho law allows
without first getting permission of the
Anyhow, It made a lot of business for'
Union while It lasted for no other point
could meet tho Union prlc :uid business
In buying grain brought In tlio farmers
from many miles around.
NEW BUILDING FOR NORFOLK
4 HOSPITAL IS DELAYED
NORFOLK, Neb., July 30. (Bpeclal.)
Athough the last state legislature ap
propriated funds for a new building at the
Norfolk hospital for Insane with which
to relieve the present crowded condition
of the Institution, no move has as yet
been made by tile State Board of Control
looking toward the new addition and the
members of tho board are quoted as hav
ing said that they do not know when they
will get to the matter, owing to the mas
of details crowding upon them. The Nor
folk hospital Is crowded to the limit, there
being room for but two more men and
two more women patients. People Inter
ested In the hospital feel that the delay
In getting at the new building Is serious
and consider the matter rather in the
light of an emergency.
CARE MUST BE TAKEN
TO USE BLANK CARTRIDGES
(From a Staff Correspondent 1
LINCOLN, Neb., July 30.-(Speolal.)
General orders covering the assignment
of jfflcers to the guard maneuvers to
toko place August, 11, have been Issued
by Adjutant General Hall. Accompany
ing these are a copy of orders Issued
by tho War department assigning Lieu
tenant Colonel Waldo K. Ayer of the
regular army to the Fourth regiment.
Captain Walter C. Bnbcock of the Thir
teenth cavalry to the Fifth regiment,
IFlrJt Llet'terhnt Forrest E. Overhoser to
the signal corps, Captain Alfred A. Star
bird, Fifth Field artllery, as aid to Colonel
Ayer; Captain Edwin 8. Hartshorn, Four
teenth cavalry, as nld to Captain Walter
C. Babcock .
The orders are very strong ns to core
to be taken that no member of tho guard
shall be allowed to carry ball cartridges
and a strict examination Is to bo mado
along these lines. The guard Is also
Instructed to so conduct themselves along
the line of march and during the
maneuvers, so that people along tho route
will be glad to have the guard return
Notice Is called to the change In camp
ground, which will be one-fourth of n
mile north of Waterloo, instead of five
miles south as first located.
PARENTS SEEK INFORMATION
REGARDING THEIR LOST SON
CENTRAL CITY, Neb., July 30.-(Spe-clal.)
Joseph Tralnor, son of Mr. ami
Mrs. Peter Tralnor, residing west of this
city, departed from homo July ? with th
intention of celebrating tho Fourth of
July at some nearby town, and s.'uce that
day his parents have had no word from
him or even concerning him. They havo
made every endeavor to locate the boy.
It Is the desire of the parents to learn
morely his location that their minds may
be set at ease regarding him. For In
formation revealing his present location
Mr. and Mrs. Tralnor offer a inward of
$10. Joseph Tralnor is described ns fol
lows. Age 19 years: height, 6 feet 9
Inches; sandy complexion, red hair, has
two or three large scars on back of neck,
wore a medium gray suit, B. Kuppon
helmer & Co. make; had Johu B. Stetson
hat, -with the name Carlson-Nordstedt,
Central City, stamped inside.
SEVEN MILLION MORE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., July 30.-(Spec!al.)-The
long delayed assessor's report from
Cherry county has put In Its appearance
at the office of Secretary Henry Scny
non of the State Board of Assessment.
The report shows an Increase og $177,713.
LaBt year assessed valuation of Cherry
county was $3,309,637, while this year It
Is shown to be $3,577,400.
This is tho last county to report and
shows an Increased valuation for the
state of $7,478,991. The Valuation last
year being $163,371,889. This year the total
valuation Is $470,850,880.
PAT STEWART PLEADS
GUILTY TO HORSE STEALING
BROKEN ROW. Neb., July ;.-(Spe-clal.)
Pat Stevart, a young man about
St years of age has been bound over to
the district coujt In the sum of $00 on n
charge of horse stealing. Stewart had
been working fo- Thomas Chrlstensen. a
farmer living wt of Merna. While tlvt
family wns Absent from home Stewart
saddled a horse and rode off. He wat
apprehended at Arnold, having picketed
the horse and concealed tho saddlo before
entering the town. When brought hero
by Sheriff Wilson the fugitive entered a
plea of guilty before Judge G. Schwlnd
and In default of ball was placed In Jail
to await trial at the next term of dis
APPLE CROP IN NEMAHA
SMALLER THAN LAST YEAR
FALLS CITY, Neb., July 30. (Special.)
J. T. Savon of Auburn, a lending or
chardtst, states there will rot rx mora
than half as many apples raited In Ne
maha county this year as there were
last. While some orchards arc quite full,
others have a light crop.
Weaver Bros, of Falls City say the
hot weather has done no special damage
In their orchards, whero there Is us good
a prospect for a heavy crop n thero was
James Tanquay was exhibiting apple
at Falls City from a sprayed orchard
that showed a decided scald, which ho
says was caused by hot winds and In
tenso heat of the sun.
Note from Hentrlce.
BEATRICE, Nob,, July 50.-(fipecIal.)-Mlss
Emma Engler of this city was mar
ried to John V. Miller of Uncoln at that
Word was received here yesterday from
Pomona, Cal., announcing the marriage
of Miss Frances Aylworth of this city
to Thomas Long of that place
Farm Demonstrator Ltcbers reports thut
grasshoppers are doing considerable dam
age In Gago county.
Glenn O Hubbard and Miss Ella Kam-
lnska, both of this city, were married tit
the bride's home Tuesday, Rev J. ' M.
Wnusa Arrests Speeder.
WAUSA. Neb., July 30. (Spcclal.)-Tho
speed ordinance, a dead letter heretofore
In Wausa, Is now being strictly enforced
by Marshal Danlclson. A large number
of local Joy riders have been haled Into
court by him and assessed tho usual fine
nnd trimmings by Judge Walr.idt. As a
result tho speed fiends now work off
their superfluous energy In the rural dis
tricts and pedestrians may go their way
without the previous fear and trembling
Norfolk to Ilnvc Festival.
NORFOLK. Neb., July 30.-(Speclal.)--Norfolk's
first big fall festival will be
held September 17, 18, 19 and 20. Hereafter
It Is to be an annual event Automobllo
racing, motorcycle racing, a base ball
tournament, music by high grade bands
and many other forms of entertainment
aro promised. The Commercial club,
which recently became the third largest
commercial club In tho state, has charge
of the festival.
MADISON WOMAN ASKS
FOR SECOND DIVORCE,
MADISON, Neb., July SO. (Special.)
Mrs. Elizabeth Stegelmann has brought
suit In tho district court of Modison
county, for a legal separation from her
husband, Adolph. They were divorced In
Cuming county, Nebraska. In 191J, after
havtng lived together as husband and
wife since 1SS6. In November, 1MJ, they
were remarried at Wayne, Neb. They
have four children, all of whom are of
nge except one daughter.
Note from Falrbury.
FAIRBURY. Neb., July S0.-(8peclal.)-County
Judge C. C Boyle married Miss
tMlay M. Jones and Hanford .8. Kunce of
Nodaway county, Missouri, yesterday.
They had eloped from Missouri and
came to Falrbury to be married. Thsy
left today for Colorado City to make
Fred Bornuhan In county court aworo
out a wnrarnt for the arest of Santos
Rodorlgcrer, a Mexican, charging him
with stealing $5 In currency and other
articles to the amount of $14. At his pre
liminary hearing In county court, ho
pleaded guilty and was given twenty days
John Welsh, a government interstate
Inspector, Is In Falrbury making an In
spection of the safety appliances on all
tho passenger and freight locomotives
stationed at Falrbury. Mr. Welsh has
Jurisdiction over Nebraska.
B. E. Willis of Iowa Falls, la., has
taken a position at this point as loco
Frank Srhloester of Fredonla, Kan.,
has arrived In Falrbury and commenced
work In the Rock Island shops as truck
Owing to the long continued drought In
this soctlon, the farmers are considerably
worried over tho condition of the cropn.
It U conceded, generally, that the early
corn will be a failure and unless rain
"comes toon, the late corn will also burn
up. The pastures and alfalfa fields are
becoming barren and there la a shortage
of feed for llvo stock.
George W. Prlng of Valley Junction,
la., was In tho city a couple of days this
week conferring with the Rock Island
botlermakers. He Is business agent for
New Note of Clny Center
CLAY CENTER, Neb., July -(Special.)
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Stanton
was held here today at the First Con
gregational church. She was 85 pears
of ago, and died a Vlctorlal. 111. She und
he husband were early settlers In this
county. Two children survive her, Rich
ard Stanton of Fremont, and Mrs. J.
H. French, also of Fremont.
Edward J. Lown died hero at an early
hour this morning. He had been sick
but a few days. He was 74 years of
age and was one of the early settlers
of this county.
District Court In Hrsstun.
ALLIANCE, Neb., July 30. (Speclkl.)
Dlstrlct court Is In session, Judge R. 11.
Dickson of O'Neill presiding. In the case
of the Rumley Products company against
L. S. Wright and R. O. Reddtsd against
C. J. Benjamin, et al; verdicts for the
plaintiffs were given.
Suffrage Club ut Louisville.
LOUISVILLE, Neb., July 30. (Special.)
meeting of the equal sutrragtsts of
Louisville was called yesterday afternoon
on the lawn at the home of Mrs. Frank
Nichols and a "votes for women club"
was organized by Mrs. Ollle Kltkpatrlck,
Cass county organizer, and tin follow
ing officers were elected: President, Mm.
Florence Noyes; vice president, Mrs. Cora
Thomas; secretary, Mrs. Rachel Noyes;
treasurer, Mrs. Mary inman; first au
ditor, Mrs. Bertha Eager; second auditor,
Mrs. Alice Barnman. At their ?iext meet
ing a constitution will be adopted and
the petition work launched for voters'
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rand Clearing Sale In Cloak Dept. Thursday
LADIES' SUITS - $15.00 TO
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ING AT $7.50
715 Sorgo, Fancy and Linen
Suits that sold at $15.00 to
$25.00 Thursday, at
SUMMER DRESSES $10 TO
$20 VALUES TO GO AT $5
Somo in lingerie linens, crepes,
ratines, marquisettes, in colors
and white, all sizes, the great
est values ever in Omaha
$10.00 to $20.00 Drosses
Ages (5 to 1-1, $1.00 to
$1.50 values, Thursday,
$5 Summer Oresses, $1.95
Pretty Jinni and Gingham Dresses, in
colors and white, all sizes for ladies,
misses and juniors, regular mi nr
price $5.00, at MMo
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$2 to $2.50 Waists, 79c
Protty lingerie and marquisette waists,
trimmed with luces, Insertions nnd ombroldorlos,
high nnd low nocks, nil elzeH, worth S2.00 170
nnd S2.50 Thursday, nt, cncT lifC
.50 and $4 Misses' Summer
Dresses at 79c
100 dozen Misses' and Junior Summer
Dross, worth $3.50 and $4.00
Thursday special at
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Fall Suits at $15 $19.50 $25 and up
lo $65. See them Thursday.
35c Wash Laces, 10
Wide Cotton Bands, Shadow Laco Bands
nnd Edgos, nnd I.lnon Cluny lajgoa nnd InaortlonH
worth up to HGc per ynrd, on buIo 1 fr
Thursdny, nt, por ynrd -. . . 1 vC
Shadow Lace Flouncings, 18 inches wide
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$5.00 Panamas, $2.49
Genuine imported bodies. They soil rog
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your ehoico Thursday, at only ..$2.49
SILK OUTING HATS
12 dozen white and colors, worth to $2.50,
choice entiro lot Thursday at 39c
in Wash Goods Dept.
Pongees, bluca, tnns nnd grity,
16c vnluce 7bd
AmoakeaK Qlnghntna off tho
bolt, 7 Vfcc values 5
Anthrnclto Hluo Prints, Gc val
3G-lnch Dlcached Mtmltn, 7'o
Dallas 4 8-lnch Unblcnchcd Gnu-
lng, ICo values 1.0 d
42-Inch Lockwood Casing, 18c
vnlues 12 d
42x30 Pillow Cnsos, 15c valuos
72x90 Mndo Shoots, wolloJ
seams, 50c valuos 39
White Crepo or PUsso Clo.h,
15c vnlues 7V6
Black nnd Whlto Strlp'od Voiles
25c vnlues 12lAS
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sale All day Thursday
100 pieces of Genuine Lor
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25c grado iit, yard, 12V4C
250 pieces of Anderson's
32 in. Scotch Ginghnms,
now, never out of tho
papers, always sold at 25c
yard, Thursday only, per
in White Goods
Assorted lot all kinds of
sheer, fino and whito
goods, values up to 39c u
Cropo Entinq with a linen
finish, tho very nowtfy;
weaves, 50c val., yd. 25c
Strictly puro linen crash
suiting, 36 inches wide,
GOo values, ynrd ....30c
Automobllo Linon, strictly puro
flux, 36 Inches wide, worth
75c, ynrd 5q
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People; a Saving of 20 to 50 by Trading at Hay den's
6 bundles Fresh Parsley So
Fancy nipe Tomutoes, lb 7j0
22 lb. Jimt CJrnnulnted Sugar 91.00
48-lb. suck nest HlBli unido Dia
mond II Flour fl.00
10 bars n.t-'Em-AU, Diamond C or
Lenox Soap OSo
7 bars Crystal Whlto Laundry Soap
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7 bars Haakln Bros. Electric Spark
Soap for - 8 Bo
4-lb. pkg. Star Nnptlm Washing
Powder for 17Vio
4 lbs. Fancy Japan Wee, ICo quality
for - 3 Co
Teast Fonm, pkg. ..3o
drape-Nuts, pkgr. lOo
E-C Corn Flakes, pkR So
The Best Boda Crackers, lb Oa
The Best Crisp Pretzels or Ginger
Snaps, lb Oo
8 cons Oil or Mustard Sardines . .3Bo
Tall cans Alaska Salmon lOo
The liest Bulk Queen Olives, qt. 3Co
MoLaren's 1'euuut Butter, lb. 13Ho
1-lb. canH AHsorted Houpn 7Wo
Advo Jell, Ico Cream Powder, Joll-O
oj Jollycon, pkg. 7o
Tho Bent Domontlc Mucaronl, Vermt-
colli or SpuKhottl, pkr. 7Wo
Tho Bet Tea Slf'tlngs, lb lOo
Golden Santos Coffee, lb aao
TU Vegetable and rrolt Market of
Omaha for the People
IS lbs. Now Potatoes, pk 23o
Demanl IE lbs., the luw requires It.
4 bunches Freah BeetM or Carrots Bo
6 bunches Fresh Onions or ltadlshes
4 bunches Fresh Rhubarb Bo
The Be.it Cooking Apples, lb, . ,2Ho
4 bunches Fresh Loaf Lettuce . . . .Bo
Large Head Lettuco, head ...7Ho-So
Fancy Wax or Green Beans, lb. 7Ho
Fancy Denver Peas, qt 10a
Fancy Denver Cauliflower ....ISHo
3 large Green Peppers loo
3 largo Summer 8quoah inn
Large Cucumbers, each 7ic and Bo
Large Egg Plants, each loo
3 largo heads Cabbage loo
Fancy Caiitaloupos, each 3 l-3-B-7Ho
Large, Fancy, Juicy Lemons, ttt. per
Rogulur 40c, 60o nnd 60o everywhere.
Butter, Cheese and SSgg Prlcs
Bavin SB to 60 Far Cent.
Fancy No. 1 Country Butter, lb. a7o
Fancy No, Dairy Butter, lb asa
Fancy Full Cream Cheese, lb lao
New York White or Young America,
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Neufchatel Cheeso, each 3o
Beet Strictly Fresh Eggs, dor. . ..18o
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