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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1914.
The Store for
now has on display some new
blouses of Georgette Crepe.
This soft, dainty fjibric is very
popular. The price is $6.60.
Colored Dresses Ginghams,
vevpalos and ohambria Sizes
2 to 6 years; prices
ode, 75c, $1.25 and $1.50
Colored Dresses with bloomers.
Sizes 2, 3, 4, 5 and (5 years.
One lot of regular $1.50 qual-,
ity for 79c. ' '
Children's Rompers, white and
colors, high neck, long sleeves,
low neck, short sleeves, of
crepes, madras, chambria,
gingham and percales. Sizes
6 mo. to G years. PriceB 50c
Chiidren'a SccUon'llilrd hluor.
Easter Silk Hosier
Black Silk Hobo. $1 to 9ft pnlr.
Colored Silk Hosd
1, 91.no nnd $2.80 a pair.
Clocked 811k Hose
$3, $3.00 nml $5 u pair.
But-I-Nol Silk StockltiRB, $1.00 n pair.
This stocking Is made for comfort,
security and oconomy. The supporter
slips easily Into tho button hole nnd
prevonts the stocking from running.
Ask to seo them,
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Suits this season are decidedly difforcnt from any
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Our suit values at $24.50, $27.50 and $29.50 are
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AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
Seek to Establish
School in Jerusalem
INDEPENDENCE. Mo.. April 7.-(8pe.
rial Tlegrnm.)-0. It. Miller of Burling
ton was the speaker at the morning serv.
Ice of the ALtter Day 8alnta' conference,
being held at thli place.
The first meeting of tho Woman' aux
Wary ot the church wri held thU morn
ing. Tho home nnd child welfare de
partment wan represented by an address
by Mrs. C H, Stebblna of l.fimonl, Ja.,
I1 and a demonstration of Montossorl meth
od and materials by Mrs. Clifford R.
Smith of Independence A conference on
eugenics followed and an address, 'The
Child," alven by Mrs. Jennla Hturilv nt
I Itoxbury. Maes.
At tho afternoon buslenss session He
man C. Pmlth was chosen to succeed him
self as member of tho board of directors
for tho children's home, located at Ia
monl, Ja. An appropriation of 50 waa
made for tho use of the social purity
board which John Carver of Lament. Ia.,
waa retained as member.
The first presidency, quorum of twelve
TV feller that hollers loudest about
th' duty o citizinship is usually
first to dodge pay-in his income
tax, Some folks hez a good
deal t say about "give an'
take" an' "live and let
live," but I notice they're
kinda slow about returnin'
any. of the VELVET they
VELVET trie Smoothest Smoldnff Tobacco.
., IJull wcfglit 2 or. tins, 10c.
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i&u su duih i vrKsicr oiokb 9K pqiimMlcr mwQt U WCIUQC lor 1 IDC. A
and ulahoprlc wero Instructed to Inveatl
Kato the matter ot providlnK a motor boat
for mlaalonary lite In the South Hea
lKlanda, with power to act. Homo of tho
mlaelonarles thero. have suffered extreme
exppauro In travellnit Ifrom Island to
Mlaidn the amall opon boata In use by
the native there.
. To the tame counsel was referred with
power to act the appeal coming from
Apostle V. W. Greene, missionary to Pal
latino, for means to establish a church,
school and mission home In Jerusalem. Jt
Pioiy involve an expenditure or
from V,000 to S30.000. Bsforo the close of
tho meeting President P. JI. Bmlth urged
mcrjr resiaeni ovter to bo sura and vote
before the day closes. He said ho wOuld
. not Instruct anyone how .
to vote against the liquor traffic. This
wan, rounmy applauded by the Immense
body of ministers and delcs-atcs present.
Boehm is Awarded
l71' N V" Apr" .-Chairman
John U, Farrell of the national board of
arbitration today nave out among others,
the following; base ball decisions:
Services awarded: Marquard to Hurl
Ington. Ia.j Bohem to Norfolk. Neb.:
Block to nockford. III.; Tolerton to 8an
Jose; Clark to Beatrice, Neb.; Worfel to
,.,.m8. aUowd: Of cat Bend against
Wichita In regard to Player Smith; Fouch
declared a free agent.
HOBSON CONCEDES DEFEAT
(Continued from Pago One.)
TWO STATES' CEREMONIES
Site for Iowa Building at San Fran
NEBRASKA CORNERSTONE LAID
(Senrrn! Pershing; mill Prrslilent
.Moore, with t'titninlsslonrra of
Two Stntes, Ilevlcir Troop
nt the Presidio.
SAN FIIA.NCI8CO. Cal.. April 7.-(Spe-clal
Telegram.) Iowa was added to the
list of commonwealths participating In
the Panama-Pacific International exoosl-
Hon, and Nebraska laid tho cornerstone
ot tho Nebraska state building, tho site
of which was dedicated nearly two years
ago, with Impresslvo ceremonies at the
exposition grounds yesterday.
The alto for the futuro Iowa pavilion
waa dedicated by Governor Uporro
Clarke Immediately following tho dedi
cation of the Iowa a te. Lieutenant Uov.
ernor McKclvIe of Nebraska , and Mlsa
Katherlne Hughes of Lincoln. Neb..
the cornerstone for the Nobraska build
ing on the site dedicated by tho Nebraska
Both events brought to fulfillment tho
mission of the iolnt Iowa and Neb
commissions to San Francisco. Both were
attonded and precoded by Impressive mil
itary ceremonies on tho Presidio reserva
tion adjoining ,the exposition grounds.
WOMEN YOTERS OF
ILLINOIS EXPECT TO
(Continued from Page One.)
Alabama will not change the house leader
ship before; March 4. 1915. Meantime.
IltpresenUtlve Kltchln of North Carolina
has procured more than enough pledges,
he says, to aecuro him the democratic
leadership In succession to Mr. Under
wood and the chairmanship of the ways
and means committee, If the democrats
retain control of the house next con
gress. The Alabama primary election marks
the passing of Representative Hobson
and the coming of William n. runbh...i
In his place. Mr. Bankhead Is the son
of Senator Bankhead, and made the
speech that placed Mr. Underwood In
nomination for the presidency at ths
Key to the Sltuat:onne Advertising.
Mrs. 31. II. llnrper.
YORK. Neb.. Anril 7.-tfm.ol! Mr.
M. R. Harper, a pioneer settler In this
county, died at her home. 1610 Lincoln
avenue. Monday mornlnr at th a nf
70 year. Uealdea her husband she leaves
inree cnuarea. a daughter. Mrs. Bert
Oonler. who Ureal at Waco, unit vn
one -who Urea at Henry, in., and the other
in nonnern lows, runerml aerricea will
o new at me residence Wednesday
morning at IS o'clock.
Walter Lester dashed Into police head
quarters at Pnna at 1 o'clock thla morn
ing and reported that he had been held
up by twenty-five armed men nnd rob
bed of 3,000 election ballots. As a result
Pana township may not bo ablo to vote
on the liquor question today.
Printers had been working all night
to get out tho liquor question ballots. As
soon as they wero printed they wero en
trusted to Lester and ho started to his
office with them. Ho said ho was unable
to identify nny of the men.
The attack enmo after a vigorous at
tempt mnder to keep tho "wet" and "dry"
question off tho ballot. A mandamus
was Issued last week to compel Lester
to havo the ballots printed on the ques
tion. An effort Is being made to have
more printed so that the election can
take place today.
CommUalon form la Issue,
KANSAS CITY. April 7.-Commlsslon
government was nn Issue In today's mu
nicipal election, which opened with brisk,
Not In a score of years has a city elec
tion attracted such Interest. This proba
bly Is due to the Introduction of a non
partisan ticket pledged to commission
Mayor Henry L. Yost, democrat, sought
re-election against the nonpartisan c'andl
dato,Claronce A. Burton: the progressive
candidate. Joseph P. Fontron, and tho
republican candidate. Harry E. Barker.
During tho campaign women got their
first experience In politics. Although the
women could not vote they canvassed the
wards and checked up the voters.
Municipal elections were held today In
St. Joseph, Joplln and fiedalla, Mo., as
well As lp many of the smaller cities of
flnclnlUta'' Active in Milwaukee.
MILWAUKEE. April 7.-Soclalista were
out In force today and cast their ballots
early In on effort to elect Emll Seldel
mayor over Gerhard A. Badlng, non
partisan candidate for rc-olectlon. Seldel
was formerly mayor tot- one term, but
waa defeated for re-election by a coalition,
of republicans and democrats. The same
union against the social democrat party
prevails this year, but socialist leaders
declared their strength had boen In
creased. There were local option elections In sev
eral cities throughout the state, Including
Madison, the capital. Jamea C. Ke'rwln,
for" Justice of the supreme court, had no
liliiuor Is Issue In Mlnnpaota.
8T. PALM Minn.. Anrll T.-Th ii,,,..
license question was an Issue In a score
of Minnesota cities today. Under the
local option law of 1913 many cities voted
for the first time on tho license question.
Henry Vote In Etprlnicrielil.
SPRINQ FIELD, all.. pr. 7.-Though
rain fell In torrents the polling places
were crowded with women when the
booths wero opened today and tho battle
to determine whether the stato capital
shall be wot or dry was begun. Before
10 o'clock half of the normal vote of
tho city had been cast. Long lines of
voters stood In the rain waiting their
turn at the polls, but there was no dis
turbance, although extra officers had
been assigned to guard the ballot boxes.
Five women are running for offlco In
NEBRASKA EXPRESS RATES
WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 7.-CSroelaH-J. tr.
Butler, general manager of the Adama
Express company at Omaha, held a con-
rerence with tho railway commission to
day favoring the Interstate exnreaa nt.i
In place of the present rates in Nahraakn
Inasmuch aa It would mean a raise of 25
per cent the commission gave him no encouragement.
Henry Proposes to
WASHINGTON, April 7.-' lts purpose
Is to unmask the shipping trust," said
Representative Henry, democrat, of
Texas, In explanation of a resolution he
Introduced to authorize an Investigation
ot steamship ttansportatton of freight
between the Atlantic and Pacific ports
In the coastwise trade.
Joint ownership, common control, hold
ing companies, Interlocking stock and
directors and other officers and rates
would be Investigated.
Mr. Henry said the Information would
be used In connection with the senate's
consideration ot the Panama tolls repall.
LICENSE YOTE IN THE STATE
(Continued from Page One.)
men. The mayor Is elected by tho board.
The vote was. Against saloon, 100; for
saloon, 69; against Sunday base ball, 86;
for Sunday base ball, 70.
LYONS For village trustee: Paul
Kuro, 20t; M. Schumway. 137; J. J. Hal-
don, 1M; Henry Preston, H4; Walter
White, 97. The Irst three were on the citi
zens' ticket, thn latter l'n hv n.Htlnn
Tho big fight wai against the pool halls
anu tne present city marshal, made by
the losing party.
ORLEANS Remained wet by a margin
HLOOMINOTON-Voted wet. 82 to 38.
S. Y. Harto was elected as mayor.
P1LQER This town remains wet, this
being tho only Issue of the 1rtlnn. Th
cltlieii'a ticket was elected.
HERMAN Remained wet. tho vote be
Ing 72 to 22. William Shafersm an wnn re
WILBER V. J. Kopout and Joseph
Bartos were elected to the village board
without nny opposition. Thero was no
isstio and no change from last year.
HPIUNOFIELD-Elcctlon resulted In a
majority of eight for license, a loss of
ten from last year. There wero ISO votes
cast. Dr. A. J. Peters, n. V rv,ri.i.
and W. W. DOW were rhnnn mnmU..
of tho town board.
PAPILLION-Frcd Hawhow and Elmer
Lundgrcn, republicans, and William Pat
terson, democrat, were elected members
of tho town board.
PONCA E. L. Wrtoda. rormhlln..,
elected mayor over Walter Heydon, demo-
ciui. Dy twenty-rour majority. The town
voted no license. The town of Craig
today voted to license nnnl full), kt ...
26, and elected throe trustees. '
GREEN WOOD Tho wets won by a
margin of thirty-two. John rn..
Dan Kelly, John E. Schulllng and A. d!
vmson, were elected trustees.
Wet nt F.uatls.
EUSTIS At the most exciting village
election ever held here, at which 108
votes were enst. G. K. itmnnin t a
Thrasher and John Frew, were elected.
inero were two ticket In the fields.
Tho village Is wet altho
not the Issue. Tho inltltatlvc and rcferen-
uum question and Sunday base ball
proposition wore killed, thev h.ino- h
Issues of tho campaign, tho former lost
uy nineteen and the later by three.
CALLAWAY After the town has been
wet for two successive years, the Urys
carried tho election today by a majority
of three, tho question of Sunday base
ball carried by a majority of tern The
temperance Candidates lost by an average
of Seventy Votes.' - '
OAKLAND-At the election toduy Oak
land went dry by a large majority. For
license, 101: against, 187. The electric
light franchise carried by almost a three
iq ono majority.
Bring the Girls to this Store
for New Spring Clothes
This, being vacation week, Is a mighty good
time to bring the girls in for tho clothes
they'll wear at Easter time and when school
begins again, Whon you've seen the new
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like this for children's wear.
Kor Girls up
to 7 Years.
8 to 14 Years
Dresses nt S1.00 S7.50-
( Stylish Coats, $5.00 to S14.75.
Dresses at 65cJ to S3.05
Spring Coats, S3.05 to 10.00-
Dreaaixi f,.r f T.he most farming line over $o SO to
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Corner 16th and Farnam Sts.
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