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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MAT 30, 19U.
suits will Inst
Just about ono
day more. I
only lift vo
SO of them
ZN left, b u t
sure will ro to
morrow. If you
want tho most
stylish suit in
Omnlin come hero
lar $25 and $30
.4 values, at
So e v r 7 p u r
chaser of a suit Z
will rive Pree a
dandy now style
$1 a Week
Open All Say Saturday ana
, Not only the Patients
If We Pat Up the
TVin Omaha doctors "are
with us" almost to a unit
elmply because wo convince
the PHYSICIAN as well as the
PATIENT that there can be
but ONE efficient way to fill
prescriptions and that WE are
exponents of that way.
No matter HOW far you
reside from this store, phono
Douglas 846 next time a doctor
writes a prescription for you.
We call and deliver free.
E. W. GETTEN,
D. J. KILU3N.
A. S. GILLETTE,
P. J. WICKHAM,
J. D. WEAR,
'Safety First." I
!S. W. Corner of
Sixteenth and Howard SU. H
( Formerly Merchants Drug Co.) H
SOo Per Bottle.
85.00 ner Dozen.
& rir St. WOLLBTEIK fc CO.,
ryiivfr 814 South 10th Street.
XlJfg&z Opp. Union Station.
IC-f J Kola Distributors
Prompt City Deliveries.
Phone Douglas 1431
The Best Business Booster
an advertisement in The Bee.
It Brings the Customer to You.
PROMOTION FOR DR, HISLOP
Omaha Man Elected Chancellor of
Methodist Uni of Oklahoma,
TAKES UP WORK NEXT FALL
Ilr.T. Dr. TlroTrn of Iilnooln (Siren
the Position of District Snper
Intrnilrnt of the nmnhn
Rev. Dr. Edward Hlslop, superintendent
of the Omaha dlvtrlct of the Nebraska
conference of the Methodist church, has
been elected chancellor of the Methodist
university ot Oklahoma, located nt Gulh-
Ho. Okl. At the
meeting of the
trustees of the
university, held In
day, ho was the
and ha will take
up his new work
with the begin
ning of the school
year, early In
ThT name of
Dr. Hlslop had
been presented to
tho trustees of
school and the
doctor had been
called to Guthrie,
where he met
his election came as somewhat of a aur
prise to htm.
Dr. Hlslop Is about 10 years old. He came
to" Omaha four years ago to accept the
position of superintendent of the Omaha
district of the Nebraska Methodist church
Prior to that and for several years he
had tilled pastorates In Massachusetts,
his last being In Lawrence. 116 was
graduated from the Baker university of
Baldwin, Kan., and subsequently from
the Boston School of Theology. He la
married, but has no children.
An to Oklahoma School.
The University of Oklahoma has an
enrollment of between MO and 300 and Is
one of the oldest colleges In the state. It
stands high as an educational Institu
tion and has a large endowment fund.
Immediately following the announce
ment ot the appointment of Rev. Dr.
Hlslop and tho receipt of Information of
his acceptance, Bishop Frank M. Bristol
of the Methodist church appointed Rev.
U. O. Brown of Lincoln, superintendent
of the Nellgh Methodist conference dis
trict as his successor. It is understood,
that Rev. Mr. Brown will accept and will
move his, family to Omaha within a short
time. He will take up hla duties hero
early In July.
Last night Bishop Bristol stated that
the appointment of a successor to Rev.
Mr. Brown had not been made. It Is
understood that the probabilities are that
there will be none, but that Instead the
Nellgh district will be absorbed and will
bo discontinued so Tar as Its standing
Rev. Mr. Brown Is married and Is about
AO years of age. Before being appointed
superintendent of the Nellgh conference
district for several years ho was pastor of
the Methodist church at Beatrice.
hla pocket and cut his throat, severing
the Jugular vein.
Mrs. Stout expired In the seat ot tho
car. The bullet vhloh hit Miss Carmlch
ael struck a steal stay In her cot set near
her waist, flattening It so that the wound
may not prov fatal, though very aerlouft.
Mrs. Stout had threatened to get a Jl
vorce from her husband and they had
separated. Sttmt had threatened to kill
her If she began proceedings.
Felt Will BeTJmpire
at Prison Base Ball
Games Memorial Day
LEAVENWORTH, Kan., May 29.-In-ter-piison
base ball wilt be an Innovation
here Memorial day, It was announced to
night. A team from the Kansas state
penitentiary will go to the United States
prison for a game In the morning with
a negro organisation.
In the afternoon tho "Brown Sox," an
other federal prison team, will play the
Methodist nine of tho local Twilight
league. Dannlo Claire, a former Western
League player, serving a prison term,
will play with tho Brown Sox.
A. C. Felt, former Superior, Neb.,
banker and president of tho Nebraska
State league, will be umpire at both
games. 'Buck" Weaver, formerly of the
Kansas league, Is coaching the state
Farmers' Union Votes
For Central Creamery
FREMONT, Neb., May .-(Speclal
Telegram.) At a state meeting of the
Farmers' Union held hero this evening
It was unanimously voted to establish a
central co-operative creamery to bo op
erated under tho direction of the state
union. About 150 delegates and President
C. P. Gustafson of Mead, State Secretary
D. R. Ellis, State Organizer Wood and
the members of the executive committee
The principal argument tor a central
creamery advanced was that the big
creamery companies do not live up to
their contracts with the farmers.
A committee consisting of Messrs. Cur
tis of Antelope, Temple of Saunders.
Pecht of Nuckolls, Schultz of Dodge, Mc-
Kelvle of Clay and Feltz of Keith was
appointed to formulate plans for the
creamery and will report later during the
JOHN A. SW ANSON, Pres.
IVM. L. HOLZMAN, Treas.
Gigantic Special Purcha
I See Our Special
DAKOTA WESLEYAN HAS
A CLASS OF SIXTEEN
Shoots Wife and Her
Sister and Attempts
to End His Own Life
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 29.-(Speclal.)-Harry
W. Stout, a ball player whose home is In
DeWltt, killed his wife, Ida, seriously
wounded his sister-in-law, Mario Car
mlchael, and then cut his own throat, the
wound being of such a nature that he
will probably die, this afternoon at tho
The couple had been quarrelling nearly
all the way from DeWltt, according to
passengers on the train, and when the
train stopped at the Lincoln station the
man pulled a revolver from his pocket,
fired one shot at Miss Carmlchael, two
at his wife and then jumped from the
Henry Snyder, a brokeman, pursued
Stout, who ran south until he reached
a lumber' yard, where he turned and
fired twice at Snyder, with no effect
Then he turned the revolver on the crowd
which bad gathered and snapped the
pistol. He then pulled a pen knife from
MITCHELL, S. D May 29. (Speclal.)
Slxtecn graduates will receive diplomas
at Dakota Wesleyan university. Those
who will receive degrees are Sadie Barf.
lett, B. S., Chamberlain; Stewart Bot
tum, B. S., Tulare; Frank Martin, B. S
Northvllle; Ella Whitlow, B. 8.. Beres
ford; Warner Hubbard. A. B., Blgelow,
Minn.; Harry Nash. A. B., Mitchell;
Marie Newell, A. B., Mellette- Ruth
Nlebuhr, A. B., Waubqy; Mamie Grace,
B. L.. Mitchell; Leslie Grace. B. C. S.,
Mitchell; Corde Klrkpatrlck, B. C. ti.A
Mitchell; Ernest McKelllps, B. C. S.,
Beresford; Harold Meyer, B. C. S
Mitchell; George Robertson, B. C. 8.,
Condo; Henry Fredlne, B. C. 8., Platte;
Uon was distracted and slipped through
lln Garland of Chicago, 'the noted au
thor, will deliver the commencement ad
dress Wednesday, June 10.
Feci Dnll nnd SIUKJOshr Stnrt Yonr
llver to IV'orklna.
It beats all how quickly Foley Cathar
tic Tablets liven up your liver, overcome
constipation, and make you feel lively
and active again. They are so pleasant
to take, and they never gripe or make
you feel at all sick. They are thor
oughly cleansing. J. L. McKnlght, Fort
Worth, Tex., says: "My disagreeable
symptoms were entirely removed by the
thorough cleansing Foley Cathartic Tab
lets gave me." They're a wonder and
cost only 25c. For sale by all dealers
House and Itnm Ilnrned.
FAIRBURT, Neb., May 29. (Speclal.)
Whlle the family of Walter T. Hoggart.
were In Falrbury, their handsome home
located several miles south of Falrbury,
was completetly destroyed by fire. The
barn was also burned. The origin of the
fire is a mystery and It is thought an
Incubator might have heen responsible.
No Insurance was carried on the property
and the loss Is complete.
From Our Near Neighbors
Thousands of Young Men's and Men's
Strictly Hand Tailored
NEW SPRING SUITS
Here's a Nighty Demonstration of Onr Value Giving Supremacy
WE bought the surplus stocks of the most celebrated
Rrtrhftr. N. Y.. wVnlpft1 rnilnrs -Hirir v. Fry
man and R. B. Fashion Clothes at about 50c on the
dollar. A backward season forced manufacturers
Words fall flat in attempting to emphasize the unparalleled values
this sale offers. Don't miss it.
Entire Purchase in Three Great Lots
$4V5 $1 J 75 $1 V5
Suits IX $25
Every new model In hundreds of biauttful new weaves; the cream of this
season's finest styloB for men and younR men. All sires regulars, stouts,
longs and short men's clothes. A sale that Invites the best dressed men and
young men to share Its rare opportunities. Como Saturday.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS RECORD BREAKING SPECIALS
Omaha's largest, busiest, best furnishing goods store Entire main floor
Ken's 50c Silk
$5 Ken's Silk
silks, extra well
made; $5 values,
est patterns In a
wide range of de
SOo values, 25c.
$4 Men's Silk
' The great-
est values ever
known In new
silk shirts; $4.00
values at $2,95.
suits, nil eUes;
$1.00 values, spe
clal at 60a
shirts; $1.50 val
ues, special Sat
urday at 95o.
Men's 25c Silk
al special sale for
Saturday, 3 pairs
50c, or pair 17c
50c &7Sc Shirts
or Drawers! gc
poros mesh. Reg
ular 60c and 75o
values, at 25c
50c Men's Lisle Suspenders, Saturday 25o
Largest Showing of
Union Suits 45c to $3
Shirts or Drawers
256 to $1.50
JOHN A SWAN90N.MHS.
WH L HOtTMAM.TM
10c Men's Cambric Handkerchiefs, Saturday. 6c
v Largest Showing of
mi ii ii i ii i p i i 111 1 1 1 1 i .MiiiiMpi
CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Yacht or soft hats.. $1 to f 3
Panama Hats. . . .$5 and $6
charivari crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Shuber
are occupying roms -In the depot which'
wore recently remodeled.
Prof. E. E. Odell Intends to apond thr
nutnmer at tho Peru Normal school at
tending summer nchool,
Charlie Fuller caine up from Gretna to
visit for a short time with his Brand
mother, Mrs. James Miller.
The following- pupils received their
eighth jrrade diplomas last Friday:
wlJV i'Krma"n- nra WriKB. Carrie
Y,r "V, S?nn Peteen. Claus Paulsen.
Alfred aisndt and George Dlerks.
A petltJon was passed In district No. 31
for a special meetlnc to bo held on June
8 to consider the erection of a new school
ri " ner ixieenth b rth-
SIX. .Th!-MK?.WS'. with music and
i,rC ' nervea a 00 Ic oils
Jho".pr."e"t Clara Vltte.
Aim. t.7.. ' .y V,erK. irene Qrau,
Pear X&jJeV Loserman and
Miss Selma Marquardt has returned
from a visit at Arlington, Neb.
Mrs. Robert Wilkinson of Dunbar was
here Sunday visiting relatives.
County Attorney Taylor and Sheriff
Qulnton had business here Tuesday.
over Sunday visiting Avoca relative.
Herman Behrns and family made a trip
to Nebraska City the first of the week.
John Klntner and wife are entertaining
relatives and friends from Corydon, lnd.
Fred Bookman, who recently under
went an operation at Omaha, has returned
Miss Florence Bardell left last week
for Ohio, where she will spend the sum
mer. Mrs. A. E. Bashford ha been at Omaha
this week visiting a sister who has been
William Morley was at Plattsmouth
Thursday taking out his naturalization
Miss Elsie Trook has returned home
from a visit with her sister. Mrs. Jonas
uurery ai .uourn.
left Thursday for Millard, where they -will
visit for several weeks.
P. J. llanger and wife of Lincoln have
t.n ruknHlncr tHta WMlC the ITUeStS Of
Samuel Johnson and wife.
Mrs. O, D. Maseman and children spent
the week visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Mohr, at Syracuse.
Clarence Telft ana lamuy were uown
from Weeping Water Sunday visiting his
father, ex-Senator Tefft.
Avoca, but now of Lincoln. Is hl:re this
weeK visiting ner many mcim.
Union memorial services were Jield at
the Congregational church here, last Bun
day. Itev Mcltay of Bethany delivered
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nelson and family
and Mrs. Perry Wright, all of Weeping
Water, were visiting at the GotUelb Ren-
meler nome ii avocu
Junior warden, W. W. Dow; treasurer,
W. E. Bates; secretary, J. C. Miller.
The Misses Luclle and Phoebe Cox of
Troy, Kan., attended the graudatlon ex
ercises Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kesler returned from
Farnam, Neb., and will make their home
Frank Zimmerman has bought the farm
adjoining the town on the south from
Chris Dearkop for $200 per acre.
Frits Swanson and Miss Bena Jacobs
were married In Omaha lsat Monday and
will reside on their farm south of Spring
field. A program has been arranged for Me
meorlal day at 2:30 o'clock. Judge Sla
baugh will give an address at the opera
Chelsea Besack received the scholar
ship from the ten leading colleges of Ne
braska for having the highest standing
In scholarship In the last four years at
the high school.
Frank Coyne is visiting In Seward.
Mrs. Frank Comte returned Tuesday
from Cherry county
Mrs. Mary Hranen la visiting relatives
In Clearwater. Neb.
tinrv nmhe had two horses killed by
i tishtnin? Tuesday nigni-
I Howard Rosencrans of Omaha, visited
Mr. Frank Mlnturn last Sunday.
i Miss Grace Harding graduated at the
Peru normal this commencement
' Last Saturday the Manor, elected the
following officers Muster Mason, J M.
,Elncll. senior warden. John Nottleman;
John Busy has returned from a trlD to
Dr. N. J. Maun was a IJnrnln vlnltnr
Messrs. A. R. Kokes anri J. A. filnir.
haus and wives were Sunday visitors at
muir iasi weex.
R. L. Adams was called to Altarinn.
Cal., on Tuesday by news of the death
of his youngest brother, Joseph.
A banana snider nlnned Merchant Art
Jack on the finger this last week, but
ii aia noi seem to aireci mm seriously,
Rober Templeton, Jr.. took his father,
B, T. Story. J. K. Hancock and H. X.
Marsh on a Joy ride to Omaha on Tues-
Tekamnh has arranged for exhibition of
aeroplnno work on the occasion of its
Fourth of July celebration and the race
J. T. Gill. R. O. Tutsch, Grant Farrens.
Arnold Schrawger and A. G. ' Nelson
homes are nearer to Tekamah this week
because the heads of the homes have pur-
Miss Kate Dlerks visited at home last
Mr. and Mrs, .Mck wltte were over
from Elkhorn last Friday.
Mrs. Charles Wltte of Elkhorn visited
her daughter. Mrs. Hlokey, last week
and took in the school exercises.
The base ball club's picnic last Sunday
was largely intended and thoroughly en
Joyed, by all prevent.
G. G. Shuber. agent for the North
Western road at thin place, returned last
Friday with his bride and was greeted
on baturday evening by an old.fr ---.
Mrs. Albertson Is quite 111.
daye"ry alne8 was ln Omaha Wednes-
Wednesday'''" W88 a" mah'1 v""l-
rhatVsamry,hl;Ubwbeenk.f, """ w,th
nnrSl, AVK'1 "'"bach entertained a
number of her friends Thursday.
r..na-' Mr8VA Hl!'. Jr.. are the
parents of a baby boy, born Saturday.
Mrs. Henrv Hnv n(.,t.i..j ,
circle of friends for her birthday Sunday
daWiSi 11 A Opaha Mo.
hospital. -. ' m a
i ls,J w' Housley entertained tho
ladles krn ninn r.,. 'v "
-- . . vw. , ,i uuiicomiy. i ne usual
good lunch was served. , .
r.l . rmlth; latel' of Bradner. O..
am.eJttat'w.f!k. f Iook ftIter his prop
erty here and visit at the Burk home.
Miss RsR Witt . .- w..
Wltte went to Bennington ' Thursday
fodege."B aUen'1 the HoynI N'Bnbor
a D. Baldwin and sister. Mrs.
itahn, came home Tuesday after several
S?e5rrickVirlt Mr" Mrs " '
Ivr H n , ,
K'.i, Vr L n"me rm Seward,
m i ne.ri hf i18" been employed In
months. " r 8 ,or ror "v'ral
. C. club Thursday. MIM Frieda Greg-
i.ouii nun jirei ana Airs. J. SchUldt
last prize. A dainty luncheon was served.
Gregory Hlckey. for many years a resl-
unt ,J , thie BHCC dled St- Joseph's
hospital Sunday after several weeks'
1, 2f;. Th-e.vfu.nerttL wa" he,d Tuesday
:iomr,t ,?thoc church. Interment In
the Catholic cemetery.
Mrs. John Monahon was shopping in
Mrs. Mary Hempsted spent a few. days
In Fremont recently.
Miss Lola Byars of Benson spent the
week with Valley friends and relatives.
Mrs, Bailer of Benson came out Wed
clsestty aUen'1 co"""ncement exer-0Ml.F-
n Nlhols, Mr. and Mrs W
Monda R"d Ch"dren went 10 FfSnont
K?:hl'i "S-u001 J,upl1" h8l Picnic at
King s lake Thursday. The girls of thl
domestic science .classes prepared' the
from'av"isu,w?ihr,l'on returnel Sunday
IsMd ,h her brents at Grand
i?iIr' an2. Mr' I,aac Nores and Prl.
cilia of Dundee arrived Thursday for V
Gdlnerr V'"U Wlth Mr"
Thfi mini I it -it .
to- Thursday. ,n coun'
Jl!rrKUlBr mJ;'n of the Valley Worn-
P si1 n' hr?1lat ,n! home Mrs.
?u,i." Prlrtay afternoon. Mrs.
w "n ha,?.u(;?'tree of ,no """' anJ Mrs.
stu y "h!,more wa ,eair of lesson
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