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TOE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, AtTGXTST 5, 1913.
3Sc and 45c Silk Novelty
Dress Goods now 19c Yard
Beautiful stuffs that will make
gowns the picture of dainty cool
ness on hot summer days. Rich
luster like all silk, soft heer
weaves, for blouses and dainty
dresses, in a good line of colors.
Dress Goods Dept., main, floor.
HOWftD J" AMD
I ATHLETICS OUTPLAY NAPS
Cleveland's Winning Streak Broken
by Philadelphia Vlotory.
S HAWKEY ALLOWS TWO SINGLES
Fnlkenbnrs; Knocked Off Rubber In
Three Inning and Ilia Successor,
Kahler, Retired In Seventh
WILSON ON MEXICAN STATUS
President to Issue Statement-on Pol
icy to Be Pursued.
PEACEFUL SOLUTION EXPECTED
Vzucrted theft the Huerta Adminis
tration. Will Not n UeooBnUei
fcr the United Statei
sorr.r feeling against Americana as a
clans, dun to baseless beliefs, Americans
Individually are well liked.
Regarding reports of organized attempts
to colonise Japanese In Mexico, Mr, Del
Valla aald. "Virtually there is no suoh
thing as Japanese colonization In Mexico,
The talk of the program of the Japanese
colonization amounts to nothing."
DIAZ IS TO GO TO JAPAN
WAHIUNQTO:;, Aug, i. Armed Inlsr
ventldn In Meiieo Is neither a pronilllty
nor a possibility, for a peaceable solution
of tho situation- Is becoming mora prac
ticable. - '
This a the vie President "Wilson too
today of the situation. He let it b
known, too, that betoro ' the end of tho
day ho would mak a-brief announce
lient of tee first' step in the policy ot
the United States toward Mexico. While
no Inkling of what U will be came from
tho Wlilte House It was expected the
president would announce his decision
not t6 recognise thelHuert governmolit
The call to Washington of Ambassador
Wilson for a contertneo led to the r
port that his status might be announced.
The ambassador came to the "White
House and was told thero was a mlsun
demanding-about his engagement and
that instead of a conference with the
president he was to cll on Secretary
Bryan. The' ambassador said the tele
gram ho received In New York -dated
the conference would take plaoo at the
Observers of the dlplomatlo situation
firedlcted that tho ambassador1! reslgna
Ion "will be accepted soon. Tho only ex
ptanatlon. however, as to the purpose of
his tccall to Washington made at the
White House was that it was for further
Shortly after the ambassador called
Benator Racon. chairman of the foreign
reUtlons.. committee, went into confer
ence with the president. Tho president
gave him. ? understand ho would consult
Cthe chairman of the two congressional
committees on forelkn affairs beforo
taking-nyeion. It, was also, suggested
tho president's announ?empf .today might
formally.express & determination reacneu
a fortnight ago to treat tne constitution
allsta and the unrecognised luena au
ministration on an equality With respect
to the . exportation ot arms from thU
country. c v..-i .
JAM ;KQT C01,.ON;?IO MEXICO
Del Valle'Tilkig on' Sltn'ntloh In the
LOS AKORLE3, CaL, Aug. -Iteglnaldo
V. Rel Yalle i nt home today, after hav
ing repbrtrfl to1 President Wilson at
Washington the results of his mission m
special commissioner of the American
State department of Mexico. He declares
the reports that foreign governments had
sent ultimatums or were Intending to take
liberties with the Monroe doctrine were
talte. "Foreigners in Mexico are friendly
to the United 'States- he said, "and have
no desire -to- precipitate trouble. They
Understand they must have patience."
Mr. Dol Voile said he talked to 1.W0
Mexicans ot all classes and while he found
Declares the (ioTcrnmf nt of Mexico
In Notv Stnblr.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. t.-Qeneral
Felix Diaz, special envoy from Mexico to
Japan, said last night he Intended to sail
August IS from Vancouver, R. C on the
steamer Empress of Iliuslan. Ho tooK' oc
casion again to set forth the purpose ot
his visit to the orient, saying: '
"I am going only to express to his Im
perial mojecty, the emporor, Mexico's ap
preciation ot Japan's action In sending in
1910, a representative to the celebration
ot the centennial of Moxlcan Indepen
"Mexico Is friendly with Japan and the
Japanese are very welcome to corns to
Mexico. We need all tho labor we can
get nnd our glad to have the Japanese
come, our immigrant' laws are1 not ilka
those of the United States."
Concerning his candidacy for tho presi
dency of Mexico, Diaz said he would be
the candidate of tho liberal democratic
party, tho aim of which, he stated, is the
separation ot church and state.
"Tho present government is stable in
every way," Diaz declared, "and all
troubles are being rapidly adjusted. Wo
have now arranged for 40 per cent of a
loan ot $10,000,000 Mexican, in Paris and
Oruseols, and all claims and Indemnities,
including those of the United States, will
bo paid promptly."
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 4,-Clcvcland's
winning streak was broken here today,
Philadelphia outplaying the visitors in
all departments and winning, 7 to 1.
Shawkey held his opponents down to two
singles and he was given grand support,
especially by Barry, Collins, Strunk and
Philadelphia knocked Falkenborg off
the rubber In three Innings and his suc
cessor, Kahlcr, was driven Into retire
ment In tho seventh session. Dashner, a
southpaw from tho Haysvlllo (Ky) team,
stopped tho home team's slugging In the
latter part of tho game.
Passes to Eddie MUrphy and Collins,
with singles by IJaker and Mclnnls and
error by Oraney, gave the home team
two runs In the first inning. Singles by
Raker and Mclnnls 'and Oldrlng's double
scored two more In tho third, and finaw
key's double, with singles by Murphy
Strunk and Raker, an error by LelbQld
and Dashner's wild pitch, scored three
more in the seventh. Cleveland's run
was due to an error by Ilaker on Jack
son's grounder, Jajole'a single and Tur
ner's sacrifice fly, Jackson failed tg get
a hit In three times at bat and Collins
was struck put three times.
Pitcher Coombs, who has been recover
ing from an attack of typhoid fever, re
joined the Philadelphia team today.
see PSORIASIS ON
Small Dots Grew Larger. Scales
Formed. Looked Horrible. Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment Cured.
Troop- H, Sth' U. fi. Cavalry. Camp
McCoy, Sparta, "Wis. " I was troubled
with .psoriasis for nearly two year. Por
tions of my arms and limb
were affected mostly with It.
It appeared in scaly form,
brooking out la very small
dots and gradually grew
larger and wldte scale formed
when about the site of an
ordinary match-head. The
, look of It was horrible, which
mad it very unpleasant for
me. It Itched a little at time.
u't tried several remedies, but the trouble
seemed to- grow worse Instead of better, and
I tried several treatments which cured mo
for a month, but It always broke out again.
One day a friend saw tbo advertisement of
Cuticura Soap and Ointment In the paper
and t sent for a sample. They helped me, so
I purchased two more boxes of Cuticura
Ointment and some Cuticura Soap and
they completely cured ma. It took three
I months for Cuticura Soap and Ointment
to complete my cure" (81m ed) Walter
Mahooy, Oct. 22, 1812.
Although the Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment are most successful tn the treatment of
affections of the shin, scalp, hair and hands,
they are also most valuable for everyday use
In tU tpdet. bath and nursery, because they
pmcoota and maintain the health of the skin
and hair from Infancy to age. Sold every
whers. Liberal sample of each mailed free,
with 83-p. 'Skin Rook. Address post-card
"CutteorswTJapt. T. Boston."
4ftrMq v)i6 shave and shampoo with Cu
ticura Bo will find it bo far skin and scalp.
Mr, County Attorney
Mr. County Attorney, did you see
the news item about a 10 year-old
white girl attempting suicide in a
notorious resort operated by a col
What is the Albert law good for if
cannot put a place like this out or
To save you the trouble, Mr. County
Attorney, The Bee has gathered the
following faots for you:
Tho colored man who runs tho
place is Oscar Itlckt-ttfl, with quite n
police record. ,
The Joint Is located In a three-
story brick building nt 008 North
The first floor 1 occupied by a sec
ond-hand Htoro; tho floors above run
by IMckctts purport to bo a Chilo
parlor in the eccond story. aml sleep
ing rooms in tho third story.
Tho placo is frequented and occu.
piod by both white and colored girl
of questionable reputation.
Tho property is on tho tax books
ns owned by M. Marcus of Council
The rental agent for tho place Is
Louis Harris, 070 Ilrandcis building.
Mr. County Attorney, get busy.
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WILSON IS RELIEYED
TO MEXICAN REPUBLIC
- (Continued from Page One.)
CEDAn. FALt.8, In., Aug. .4.-(Spcclal.)
Tho Etato Board ot Education has mado
the following additional appointments for
tho Iowa State Teachers' college for ID1-!
decree .Bj piok,, director of the depart
ment of training, in teaching to succeed
Prof. w. If. Bender, resigned.
Macy Campbell, formerly auperlnten
dent of schools at West liberty, professor
of rural education.
Margaret Nlsbet, graduate of the Iowa
State Teachers' college, floor Instructor
O. B. Head. Central college, Polio, la.
substitute instructor In chemistry.
or criucs in training in tne' training
school: Emma M. Halt, Lucy Harris,
Frances Shambaugh, Mrs. Lola Hughes,
John Leonard Conrad ot Xtt. Vernon,
la., substitute Instructor in voice, to take
thi placo ot Prof. U 15. M. Welles, who
will study a year In Europe.
Allen P. Berkstressor ot Parsons col
lege, instructor In physical education for
Huth Wootman, graduate ot the Drexel
Library school cataloguer In the library.
Bertha doff of Detroit, Mloli., Instructor
In homo economics.
llarel Ackoy of the Wisconsin Library
school, assistant cataloguer in tho library.
Ida A. Jewett of the University of Mis
souri, instructor in English.
William Thomas Morgan of Harvard,
Instructor In government,
Charles 8. Cory, registrar and examiner.
Ilobert I. Daugherty of Iowa Wealeyan
college, Instructor In mathematics and
Anne ft. Duncan, graduate of the Uni
versity of Michigan, librarian.
Secretary Lane is
Tourmg the West
HELENA, Mont.. Aug. 4. Secretary of
tho Interior Lane and party will bo
taken on an automobile trip over the
Helena valley today.
Secretary Lane announced his Itinerary
ahead for several days as follows; Great
Falls, Tuesday, From thero he will go
to the 8un river project, where ho will
spend an Indefinite period; he then will
visit Blackfeet reservation and Glacier
park; thence to North Yakima, Wash.,
and on through Washington to Oregon,
where he will visit tho Umatilla project
nnd tho Crater Lake national park.
Hedrick Leaps Off
Train and Drowns
8 ED ALIA, Ma, Aug. i A man believed
to be Oscar Hedrick, accused ot killing
Florence Brown at Dallas, Tex., last
week leaped from a Missouri, Kansas ft
Texas railway train near hero thlr after
noon Into the Saline river and was
Letters found lu the dead man's pocket
practically established bis Identity. He
had a tlckot from Waco, Tex., to Dan
Tattli H l li I 1
BatUd for Dashner In ninth.
Cleveland 0 1000000 0-1
Philadelphia t 0200080 -7
Two-baso hits: Oldrlnr. Btmwkpv.
Hits: Off Falkenberg, 6 In three Innings;
off Kahler, 5 In three and one-third In
nings; off Dashner, none in one and two-
imras innings. Sacrifice fly: Turner.
Double plays: Barry to Mclnnls. Collins
to Barry to Mclnnls, Turner to Lajoio
to unon, tort on bases: Cleveland. 2;
PhlladelDhla. E. Bases on halls! Off
Falkenberg, 2; off Bhawkey, . First base
on errors; Cleveland, 1. struck out: By
iiiKonoerK, j; oy tinnier, z; uy wash
mu-, , ut onawKey, z. vua puon
Dashner. Time: 2:00. Umpires; Con
nolly and Ferguson.
"Illtless Wonders" Win.
WASHINGTON, Aug. l.-The Chicago
White Box lived up to their reputation
as "Hltless Wonders" hero today, when
they defeated Washington in the first
oi a tour-gamo series, t to J. Tne visi
tors were outbatted more than two to nnn.
but their hits, coupled with Washington's
mlsplays and two bases on balls by
bngio, wno startea ror Washington, gave
thum a lead which Washington could
Both ltussell and Englo were forced to
retire, tne former when two were out,
auer wasningion secured a aouDio.
home run and trlDla in the second. Rain
halted tho game at that point for halt
an hour. Clcotte went In when play was
resumed and with brilliant support held
Woshlncton to one run In the remainder
ot the game, Hughes held Chicago hltless
tne ip.ni tout innings. Hcore:,- ,
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IMrsr, Ib... 4 0 t ( OFoitcr, lb.,. 5 1 0 4
Lord. lb.,.. 4 10 0 IMIItn, cf.... 4 1 1 0
Chl, lb... 4 1 It 0 0nBdll. lb., 1 0 It 1
Collins, tf..4 1 1 0 OMorsma, lb, 4 1 0 1 1
i-Durnur, n 4 i i o p la parte, it. 4 I 1 a
Bchalk, e.,.,3 0 1 0 OMcDrlfit. u. 4 1 1 ft
U'atn, M.. 4 0 1 I 0 Alnimltb. c. 4 1 7 1
HuiMll, p.,1 0 0 I OUntcl, p.... 1 0 12
Cleottt, p.l 0 0 1 lllsshti, pi. 10 0 0
hfr 1 0 0 0
Total II 4 17 II lWIIIUnu .. 1 0 0
Tctal 17 10 27 11
Batted for Engel In fifth.
Batted for Hunhes in ninth.
Chicago S 0020000 0-5
Washington 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 03
Two-base hits! Lord. Chun. T.rtnrt
tnree-uoBa n: Ainsmitn. iiomo run
Mcuride. lilts: Off ltussell. J in one
and two-thirds Innings: off Clcotte. ? In
seven and one-third lnnlnen; nirf Knnt 4
In five Innings; off Hughes, none In four
iiiiiings. uacruico nit; Sohaik. Sacrifice
iiies: (jnaDDeiia. uannii. stnin
Milan, Morgan. Laporte, MoBrlde. Left
on ooaes: unicago. 4! Wash nirton.
liases on balls: Off Engel. 2. First base
un errors: umcago. 3: Washlnaton.
Struck out: By Clcotte. S: by Enircl. 2
1,:Pne' 3- ""'edl balls: Alnkmlth
iV. Iime Umpires: Evans and
Vnnlca Tnke Onrnrr.
CINCINNATI. Autr. 4 T!lnp'nnnll h.m
merod tho ball to fill corners of tho lot
find won a one-sided game from Boaton
today, U to 4. ItUdolDh beson the e-amn
rn 1).. I . , . . . -
uu.mil mm wbs nu tor iwcive nai
ties, good for eight runs in six InnliiKS,
noyes suoceeded him but was batted
nru, oven i us ana live runs beinr
made off of him.
Ames pitched tho first two innings for
Clrc'lnnntl. He tx hit lor four aafo.
tits and three runs. Johnson, who re
lieved xilm. carried off tho pitching
i.ui.i.rj vi ino uay oy noiaing uoston
m u nil iinies.
Orh retired, after Injuring his leg In
sliding into second base. Bates was n
prominent as a pinch hitter, making a
homo run In tho second, bringing In Kllnir
ahead of him. Bcorei
DBTROIT, NEW TOniC.
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HIGH SCORES BY MARKSMEN i
Three Men Break Every Target in
ONE AMATEUR HAS CLEAN SCORE
IJnrt Lewis nnd the Professlonnls,
Gennnn nnd Crosby, Hit Tnrsset
Every Shot In Practice for
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Hatted for Louden in ninth.
Detroit o 0 2 0 0 cr o a si
rew York 0 00001(iO
First base on errors: New Tork, 1.
" hlt: Bauman. Crawford.
Knight tp. Tnree-base bit; Crawford!
Sacrifice Jhlt: Wlltett! Stolen basesr
Cree (1), Moriarty ti). Hartxell. Ift on
bases; New York. 10; Detroit. 9. Double
ploys: Bush to llauman to Qalner: Uau
man to' Bush to Gainer. BaBes or. balls'
Off Fisher, 1; orf V1tlett, 4; otf Dubuc, I,
vu.i war f inr, uy wiueii. x.
u nan; li y UUDUO (U
became heated and that a disagreement
arose over the formal acceptanco of the
resignation. The ambassador had ex-
pocted that the,' president would commend
him ror his activity at nis post, on tno
occasion ot various emergencies and that
some mention should be made approving
his record. I
Secretary Bryan carried the suggestion
to .the president, but on return tor con
ference with the ambassador, announced j
the resignation in practically the same
form as agreed on earlier In the day,
though special provision was mado for
tho protection of tho ambassador's per
sonal effects In Mexico City during his
3Ir Not Iletarn.
It Is tho wish of the administration
that Mr. Wilson Bliould not return to
Mexico City at this time, as ho is re
garded as a factor in tho political situa
Senator Bacon, leaving' the executive
offices after a half-hour talk with tho
Dresldont. sold ho was not at liberty to
discuss' his visit Sonator Bacon's vlow
has been that arms should be denied
both factions as long as peace proposals
were under way.
Should peace proposals utterly fall,
howover, nnd every method for reaching
an understanding be suspended, he has
told friends ho would not bo averse to
lifting tho embargo on arms so that both
sides might get them . on an equality.
That Is said to bo tho president's opin
ion also. t
Senator Bacon declared attempts -wore
befng'maflo to represent -tho committee
as being in opposition to the president
bocauso It had summoned leading wex
leans to obtain Information. He de
clared tho commltteo vtm in accord with
ths president and at tho Whits House
It was said tho president, approved tho
course as a means of throwing light on
No ambassador to succeed Mr. Wilson
is likely to be appointed until a stablo
government has been established thero.
William Bayard Hale, tho president's
close personal friend and biographer, now
In Mexico at tho president's request, and
who has been making personal reports
on conditions thero for months, Is being
advanced as - a probable selection.
State Experts Back
from Inspcetion Trip
(From a Btatt Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Neb., Aug. 4. Special.)
C. H. Oerber, engineer In .the physical
valuation department of tho railway
commission, and E. W. Reed of the right-of-way
department, have returned from
nn Inspection of tho new tracks of the
Union Paclfjo lp the western Portion of
tho state. They visited Cheyenne, Oerlng
and other points. At dandy thero Is
Very little of tho town left, and nt the
time they were thero every business firm
but one had moved to Btapleton. a rival
town on tho new line of the Union Pa
cific, and the lone business man left, it
was said, had purchased a lot In Staplo-
ton on which he expected to build a etore
Mr, Oerber thinks that tho opening of
tho government reserve this fall In Mc
Pherson county is going to help condi
tions in tliaV section nnd will tend to
build up tho country. Crops are looking
fine and tho grass on the range is as
treen as in May.
Tho now lines built, by tho Union Pa
clt'o have been put in tho best of shape
and are classed as first-class trackage
for branch lines. Tho rails ore seventy-five-pound
nnd are all new, while tbo
grade Is tbo best that is put in on lines
of that class.
Three perfect scores, one ot 99 and
seven of 93, Were turned in at the prac
tice matches of the Western Handicap
Bhoot at the Omaha Oun club yesterday
In addition to a large number ot 97 and DC
scores. Lester German, Aberdeen, Md.;
Bart Lewis, Auburn, III., and W. 11.
Crosby, O'Fallon, 111., turned In the per
fect scores and J. 8. Day of Cincinnati,
O., made 69.
Yesterday was an Ideal day for shoot
ing, thero being tittle wind to blow acresn
the shooting grounds. The traps wero In
Mpst of -yesterday's high scores wero
turned in by professionals, but Bart
Lewis, who broke 100 targets, Is an ama
tour. Soventy-clght shooters took part in the
shooting yesterday and prospects for a
large entrance list are more than favor
able as a largo number applied tor en
trance late yesterday. Tho shooters
coma from all parts ot the country, but
tho majority are from tho middle west.
Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Iowa, Okla
homa, Nebraska and Kansas are well
Day and Lowla were shooting In tho
same squad and, as both were shooting
down every target as fast as tho lever
man released it from the trap, a large
crowd congregated and even thoso en
gaged in shooting ceased their contests
in order to watch thea two experts. Day
eventually raUsed a shot when the tar
get sailed from the trap very low and
to one side.
Today there will be ten events of fif
teen targets each. In addition, a special
event of twenty-f(vo double targets will
bo shoj. Wednesday tho preliminary
handicap will be -.held and on Thursday
comes the big event, tho Western Handicap.
Object to Rate Raise
LINCOLN, Jug. 4.-8pcciat Telegram.)
Milling flrmfe at Schuyler, Lexington
and Grand iBlancJ, havo called upon the
State Railway commlslon to file com
plaints with the Interstate Commerce
commission against the proposed raise In
rates of 23V& per cent on Nebraska flour
to points In Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin and
Missouri. The tariffs have already been
prepared by tho railway companies and
will go Into effect September 1, unless
the Interested board stops It
Coal Miners Dead
GLASGOW, Bcotland, Aug. 4. Twenty
two coal miners perished in a fire which
broke out last night In tho Mavis valley
pit of the Cadder colliery near hero. The
bodies wero recovered today.
Only one man escaped alive of tho
shift ot miners In the pit at the time ot
the fir.- A -widow lost three of heir sons,
ball: By Dubuo (DanUlal
Dubuc. Hits: Off Wlllett.
Hit by pitched
Jl In six and one-third Innings: off Du
buc, i In one and two-thirds Innings.
Time: 2.40. Umpires; O'Loughlln and
REST AH9 HEALTH TU KBfKR AND CHILD.
llu.Wunim't RoorutKi &rs,t-r hat been
Ml for o-rcr SIXTY YEA KB y yttUONn of
UOTllSKS lor their CHILDREN WIIU.K
rmiiixo, with rnui'Kc-r euccubi. u
tOOTllKB the CUILD K01TKN8 the iVUMM,
ALIAYS all 1" A1N CUKES WIND COLIC, and
U tne WM remedy for -UlAKKHtXA. It is u
eolBtrlr hsrmteM. St sure sod uk lor MUra
tVlutefe BMXklag Syrup," and UkC M UI
sd ? wtstjr-6 U s bvtUc
JluVeuentu or Oo-ttn Steamers.
Tort. ArrlTea, ttll4.
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NEW YORK DECLARES WAR
ON FAKE REAL ESTATE MEN
NEW YOniC Aug. 4.-lteal estate deal,
ert received warning today that the prac
tice ot selling swamps, sand dunes and
scrub oak wastes to unsuspecting immi
grants, by what la known as the putile
solTtng method, will hereafter bo punish
able under a new state law by a heavy
tine. Imprisonment, or both.
The plan was to offer a credit certifi
cate, representing a part payment on "a
choice building lot." to whosoever might
solve a simple puxslo In figures. Pleased
at succoss tn solving tbe simple putzle
and dasxled by tbe gilt seals and en
graved deeds with which they wero re
warded, Immigrants were readily per
suaded to agree to pay the balance.
Speaks at Hastings
HASTINGS, Neb., Aug. 4. -(Special Tele
gram.) The eighth annual assembly ot
tho Hastings Chautauqua opened with
large attendance yesterday and today. A
record crowd Is expected tomorrow, when
ex-Governor Hadley and ex-Senator
"0111 Mason will speak.
Governor to Address
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Aug. 4, Bpeclal.)-Oovernor
Morehcad will ad dress, the Germans at the
auditorium In Lincoln next Wednesday at
the Sangerfost. On Friday he will go to
Greenwood and address the old soldiers
at the old soldiers' reunion at that plaoe.
.V Sertons Breakdown
results from chronic constipation.
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SVSTEK 60 OXOAJtS
and -wear a better
satisfied faoe. They
do at make yon
sqnlnt, gargle, hawk,
choke or expeetorate
like tho kinds the
drag stores dish ont
In windows daring
John 'a Cigar Store
16th & Harney Sts.
FREE CONCERTS BY
Sig. Vincent Pausani's Italian
Every Afternoon and Evening
Until August 9th at 2:30,
4:30, 8:15 and 10 P. M.
Remember the Concerts Are
New Bath House and Fine
Boating Roller Skating,
Dancing, Roller Coaster
And Many Other Attractions.
FREE MOVING PICTURES
Reduced-rate round-trip tick
ets from Omaha for sale at
down-town drug stores and
nicrnr stores: adults 25o. chil-
... . . . , . . . 1 1 . v.. 1 O
tVing S new Ui 1 "I" "l"" cmu.ua, . , .
stomach, liver and bowel trouble. Sc. Cireu IOC
For sale by Beaton Drug Cc-Advertlso- liitUoon Ascension, Sunday, 6:30 p.ra,
ment. ADMISSION TO PARK FREE.
New Lots of Laces
Women who lovo dainy laces will find exquisito lots
hero to select from nnd values that cannot bo surpassed
anywhere. Wide Venice lace bands and edges, 18
and 27-inch shadow laco flounciugs, 18 to 36-inch all-
over lacoB in imitation cluny and shadow
offects; vnlues aotually up to 75c and $1
a yar, on our main floor, at, yard
35c LACES at 15c Yd.
Vcnlso, ratine nntl mncramo bands, also splendid lot of
shadow laces. Thero is a wide variety of styles and
patterns hero to select from nnd the values are up to
85c a yard main floor bargain squares, t, yard
SUIT CASES and BAGS
Big lot of leather duit cases with straps all around, 24-lnch slic,
also fine lot of traveling bags Just tho luggage yQU J a qp
want for your summer trip; unusually good value.. Pt'vO
All leather suit casca, JH'lnch bIzo, leather strap? do qp
all around; made to soil up to $7.B0 special lot. . . tp5s70
OUR SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
Continues all this week (in Old Store).
The values will mean savings of fully One-Half.
OUR GREAT ANNUAL
$1 SHOE SALE
Thousands of Pairs of Women's, Men's and Children's
SHOES, OXFORDS, PUMPS and SLIPPERS
MADE TO SELL AT $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 PAIR
AT ONE DOLLAR A PAIR
i. See tho Windows Wateh Daily Papers.
CONTINUOUS NOON TO 11 P. M.
IS SABDOU'g XASTSBmSOB,
Cleopatra Arrives at Stare Antony's Camp Just Prev
ious to tne Battle, of Aotlont.
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e Suptrb Ktls Mile of rilm Boar and Thf6-Qnrtr parsVtfon
27,284 PEOPLE SAW IT IN
DENVER IN THREE DAYS
ITS EQUAL HAS
NOT BEEN MADE
HQQM TO 11 P.
FIVE DAYS OSLY fill TIME
tsr Seattle, Portland ana Taeoma pala 35o and OOo to ste what Ontaha
will for a alms.
- ANY 10c
OMAHA, ts. TOFEKA
August B, 0, 7,
Cars leave 15th and Fa mam -: 18
Games called at 8 P. M.
Cooled yf Zeea Air. Tonlrht All
Week. Itatlnees Wed. and Saturday.
Zn the Sparkling; Comedy
Prices! 2 So and BOO.
Vest Week Alias Jimmy Valentine.
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