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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1914.
Smart Midsummer Dresses
AT LOW PRICES
They are just cool drapes of dainty fabric fused to
gether with style. You see Thompson-and-Bolden art
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selected for their lightness of toxture.
Black and white stripe voile, plain voile, French crepe,
figured voiles, percales and dainty organdies. Dress
prices start at $3.95 and stop a,t $45.0D. In this showing
you will find what you want at the prico you want to pay.
Clearaway of White Figured Piques
For Women's Suite and Skirts
25c, 30c and 35c White Figured Piques; your choice
Wednesday 19c a Yard
An especial offering for
vacation and travel wear:
$12.75, $16.50 and
The Store for
Always something new,
reasonable in price. Just
received: Now Orepo do
Ohine Blouses, $5.95.
Mm MXTECNTH JBTFEICET
FUNERAL OF A. E. STEYENSON
Body of Former Vice President is
Laid to Beit.
FAIRBANKS AND DUNNE ATTEND
Surrlrora of Pnmnn fltrrpnuon Es
cort Clnb llrnd Prorr!or -SInnr
tlons In I.lnr.
POLO CUP AFTER
(foptlnftcd, front P&ga One.)
tlryt awl, the crQWl went wild. Tho taint
pair worked the ball down again, out
mUU LfiWontnnp, stlnglntr under In
criticism, which followed the previous
KMtUpuycd desperately and brilliantly.
Thi players chanted pernios frequently.
LaMontagne .after the bell run.fr, drove
what appeared to be a coal, but mlieed
the pot by lnchei.
A foul committed by J.M. Waterbury
nsalnst Barrett wiped out Amorica's half
point. Total score end fourth period:
England, 2; America, 0.
Watrbnrr Mnkv Safety.
Fifth periods Milburn drove to Monty
YPaterbury, who misted a difficult angle
shot by only a few yards, Milburn, aided
by Larry Waterbury, drove the sphere
back and lofted It for a uoal. Again the
Americana carried the ball up the field,
where LaMontagne missed a hard single
shot. The English were growing a Mt
wild, missing frequently.
, ,U was announced that during the period
OLarry" waterbury 'h'a'd jriaBe a' safety,
clipping pnn-quarter from the American
"core. Total scoro fifth period: Eng
land, A; American, i, 7 v , j
, Slxh. Period Tomklnson drove for a
goal at the outset. Ho dribbled It
through easily. Larry Waterbury scored.
Monty Waterbury then carried the ball
up the field over the English goal, but
vvai ridden off. A beautiful angle shot
by Milburn scored another point for the
England was penalised' halt a point be
fcauso Lockett fouled Larry Waterbury.
Total score end sixth period! England,
i$t; American, IH.
fast I'onle for Seventh.
, Seventh I'erlod-Tho English brought
Eiut their fastest pontes. They were tak
ng no chances, with the ecoro so close.
There was a .long scrimmage In which
neither sldo was able to drtv the ball
for any distance. Both sides played des
perately and almost evenly. The chukker
ended with a bj'ank for both. America
tras penalised one-half for a foul. Total
score end seventh' period: England, Si',
Eighth 'U Strenuous.
Eighth Pertod-r'A disputed point delayed
the opening of the period while referee
and umpire went Into a conference on
With the game st near epded and a
quarter of a point so precious, members
'of both teams seemed determined not to
yield. A half point was deducted from
the English score because of a foul by
Lockstt This made the visitors' score
When play was resumed America
quickly scored, putting them In the lead.
Aillburn drove tho ball over.
The crowd shrieked and 5.CO0 automo
bile horns tooted In unison. The play
bec&mo more desperate, but the AmerW
fans kept up their team work.
, Barrett scored for England, putting
them three-fourths of a point In tbe lead.
England, 4: America, 3U-
Milburn was penalized for croistng, cut
ting America's score to 2.
hostility against "Grlngoes." Mr. Meyer
was employed with a publishing concern
In li.ie City of Mexico where he resided
for ten minutes. He states that ho In
tends to return as soon as the trouble
between the United States and Mexico
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
BEATRICE. Neb., June 16.-(Spcclal.)-Mrs.
David Dunn of this city, who re
cently brought suit for dlvorco against
her husband, was refused a decree Mon
day by Judgo Pemberton. She charged
non-support In her petition.
At a inoetlng of the business men Mon
dny evening Fred Wheeler was elected
merchant policeman to succeed tho late
Chester W. Younkln.
The directors of the Beatrice) Base Ball
association are making nn effort to have
the Superior and Beatrice ball teams to
play a double header lure on the Fourth
Instead of Superior, at which ptaco tho
games ore scheduled. Beatrice hnn rfn.
elded to celebrate on that day, and the
business men are anxious to have thn
games transferred to this city,
The city council., of Wymore hold a
meeting Monday ovenlng and decided to
purchase another unit fnr ih.ir it.-i..
light plant. An engine -and a 100-kilowatt
generator wero purchasod frothltBo Min
neapolis 'Machine company at a-cost of
Owing to tho heavy rains lri this sec
tion the Inst few days tho Blue river Is
about twelvo feet aboe normal, and up
to 12 o'clock Monday night was slowly
rising. Tho government rain gauge here
Monday registered a rainfall In tho morn
ing , of 1.23 Inches. Owing to tho high
water fishermen at this point are pulling
out IMbnster fish from tho river. One
man caught sixty pounds Monduy, and
several others caught them weighing as
high as twenty-five pounds.
JUDGE SAYS JUSTICE
HAS BECOME A GAME
SAN FRANCISCO, June 11 "Justice
In this country has degenerated Into a
game," said .1 tides Frank II. Dunne of
the superior court In an address iere
last, night before a church society. "The
attorney for the defenso and the district
attorney are the players, the defendant
the pawn and the judge the umpiro.
If a conviction be secured and an appeal
taken It Is decided not upon the guilt
or Innocence of the prisoner, but upon
whether some rule of the game has been
violated. In other words, we are becom
ing lost' In a max of technicalities."
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., June K-The
Philadelphia Evening Times, pwned by
Frank A. Munsey, ceased publication
alth today's Issue. Mr. Munsey In a
statement said the Tiroes never passed
out of -the experimental stage and that
success for the paper was not In sight
The Times was established July IS, 1908.
REFUGEES FROM MEXICO
VISITING IN BEATRICE
BEATRICE. Neb., June l.-(BpeclaL)
II. E. Meyer, an American refugee
from the City of Mexico, Is In the city
visiting for a few days with C. 8. Potts.
H left the Mexican capital May 6. with
bis wife and two children after the Ameri
can occupation of Vera Crux had aroused
to Reserve Board
WASHINGTON, June l.-Organliatlnn
of tho new national banking and cur
rency system entered Its last stages to
day when President Wilson nominated
tho five men, whc serving with the
secretary of the treasury and the comp
troller of tho currency, ex-offlclo. will
constitute tho federal reservo board.
Charles S. Hamlin of Boston was nom
inated for tho two-year term, Paul War
burg of New York for four years, Thomas
u, Jones of Chicago for six years, W. P.
Q. Harding of Birmingham, Ala,, for
eight years and A. C. Miller of San Fran
cisco for ten years.
Thus, eventually, all appointments to
the board will be for ten-year terms, the
term of one member expiring every two
years. President Wilson will select ono
of the mon named toil 11 v to be invmA,
of tho board. It is generally expected
that Mr, Jones or Mr, Hamlin will be
Upon their confirmation by the senate
they will complete the organisation of
tho new currency system. It is planned
to have It In operation in time to car
for tho needs of ths country during the
crop moving season this fall.
Pleas of Guilty by
NEW YORK. Jllnn tl-NlnilMn !,..
tlon Inspectors and Doll clerks nleaiUil
guilty today of misdemeanor In connection
with rrouas in the Twelfth assembly di.
trlct at tbe recent special election on ihe
constitutional amendment question. Three
other election officials made tho same
plea last Friday. These twenty-two and
two others wero accused of permitting
soveral hundred persons to vote on forged
credentials. In tho Twelfth district Is the
home of Charles F. Murphy, the Tarn-
many leader. Tim men will be sentenced
BLOOMINGTON, 111.. June It-With
business suspended and the city draped
In mourning, Bloomlngton today paid
final honors to former Vico President
Adlal E. Stevenson. The body lay In state
In the rotunda of tho court house for two
houm whllo thousands filed past. The
procession to tho church was headed by
a band, a troop of Illinois' National CJuard
and surviving members of tho Stevenson
r.scort ciun, a famous marching organiza
tion of the campaign of 1892, which ac
companied tho vico president-elect to tho
inauguration at Washington. Thero fol
lowed 300 miners from the McLeen mine,
of which Mr. Stevenson was for mnnv
years president, members of the bar as
sociation, the mayor and city officials
and numerous local organizations.
The Second Prtsbvtarinn rhiimti u.
largest In the city, hold but a fraction of
those assembled. The sorvlem
ducted by Hev. J. N. Elliott and Rev.
Edgar D. Jonos of Blomlngton. and nev.
Martin D. Hardin of Chicago, the latter
a sonln-law of Mr. fli.v.nmn ti,. i.
tcrmont at the Bloomlngton cemetery was
private. The list of honorary pall bearers
Included many men prominent In law,
ponucs ana uusiness, headed by James 8.
Ewlng, formerly ambassador to Belgium
and long Mr. Stevenson'. 1w n.n...
former Governor Joseph W. Flfer, Con
gressman Fitzhcnry and former Congress
Among those Dresent wr fnm.. vi.
President Fairbanks, former Governor
x-rancis 01 Missouri and Governor and
YORK COUNTY BOARD
ORDERS PHONE ELECTION
YOniC, Neb., Juno 14-(8peclal Tele
gram ) The special election called by the
Board of Supervisors to vote on the ques
tion of establishing a county telephone
system was the causo of the. Lincoln Tel
egraph and Telephone company sending
Judge A. W. Field of Lincoln hero today
to tell the board they should postpone
the election until November,
It 'his advice had been followed It would
be too late for tho board to make tho
levy of two mills as asked for in the call
and would havo delayed the question one
year. However, late this ovenlng a mo
tion was made to reconsider the previous
order of the board, which was lost. The
election will be held as ordered on Au
Everybody reads Bee Want Ads.
Wins Rome Election
ROME, June 1. The entire Calholln
and Monarchist tloket was elected at ihe
municipal elections held on Sundav. ih
results of which became known today.
Prince Collonna headed the lint with ovnr
0,000 votes more than Ernesto Nathan.
the former mayor, who led the anti
clerical coalition. Slgnor Nathan was
last but one among the representatives
of tho minority and he got on the list
With only olghty-two votes to spare.
New I.nivyers In Sonth Dnkntn.
I'IKRItE, S. D., June l.-(Speclal.)-
The list of graduates of the law depart
ment of tho state University, whltih has
been certified up to the supremo court
for certificates as provided by law Is:
W. A. Bourn, Vermillion: Louis M. Bode,
Murdo; Harlan A. Bryant, Ashland,
Wis.; William N. Cooley, Garretson;
Francis J. Farley, Haworden, la,; John
H. 'SVtzpatrlck, Sioux Falls? William
Hcfse, Jr., Sious Falls; Buell F. Jones,
Brltton; Harold M. King, Britton! J. F.
Krlego Jr., Sioux City, la.; nobert Vir
gil LauRhlln, Plerro; .Gideon Moody Lo-
Cocq, Harrison; iiax M. Mali any, Ver
million! h. M. Pugsley, Vermillion;
Lostcr A. Biter, Bock Rapids, Iowa;
Raymond B. Sheldon, Bello Fourcho;
Harry L. Woodworth, Vermillion.
OF COLLISION OF
(Continued fwim Page One.)
DEYIL BABY OF HULL HOUSE
Jane Addams Tells Story of Legend
to Club Federation.
lights getting dim he raid ho stopped the
ship hnd ran full speed astern.
"Finally," he said, "I heard a pro
longed blast from the other ship. In tho
midst of my three blasts, from about
two points on my starboard bow. I blew
two long blasts to let the other ship know
I had stopped, and In return I got one
long blast from It. Then I gave two
more, but got no reply.
'I sighted his forward mast ahead and
green and red lights only about 100 feet
away. It was bearing at right angles to
my course and going fast, as the foam
at Its bow showed. Its captain must
have put Its helm hard aport."
EDGERT0N WILL SPEAK AT
WOODBINE, la., Juno 16.-(Speclal.)-
Hon. Frank E. Edgerton, assistant at
torney general for Nebraska, will deliver
the commcnoement address at Woodbine
Normal school here Friday evening of
Juno 19. Students will be graduated this
years are as follows:
Scientific course: Charlotte AuKhev. Al
exander Smith, Walter Tupper. Laura
Knignt and Bernlce Cole.
Classical course: Mllrfrerf IavI. Tlorn
Ice Cole, Miriam Knight and Arabella
Teachers review: fllnrivn Wirmm.
Fern Robertson, Ruth Jefferson, Maude
ijy ana .nargnrei uoieman.
Normal training: Ethel Bays, Luclnda
A. Meadows, Edith McKlnney, Gladys
Commercial and shorthand: Carl Mor
row, Victor Case. Herbert Brownlntr.
William J. Bolt. Elizabeth I.nnrt. Carl
Morrow, Gladys M. Phllllppy, Alvlra
iiounay, Miiarea u. nude.
vocational: Wynona Bays.
Agricultural: Carl Morrow nnrf Zn1n
Body of Missing Boy
is round m River
PHILADELPHIA, June 16. The body of
Warren McCarrlck, 7 years old, who dis
appeared March 12, and for whose recov
ery a reward of $5,000 was offered, was
found today In the Delawaro river. An
uncle of the boy made the Identification.
While the police hold the boy met death
by accident, it was believed when he dis
appeared he was the victim of kidnapers.
Thoro was snow on the ground at tho
time the child vanished and he wore hip
boots when last seen. These were missing
when the body was found today.
HIGH WATER ENDANGERS
CROPS AND BRIDGES
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., June 18. (Spe
cial Telegram.) The Missouri and Platte
rivers at this point are overflowing and
miles of bottom land of com are covered
with from one to five feet of surface
Farmers have had to remove from their
farms and many acres of crops will bo
ruined. J. F. Russ, superintendent of the
Omaha division of the Missouri Pnclflo
and Division superintendent F. R Mul-
Un, Roadmaster James Emerson .ind
Master Mechanic A. F, Hedengren of the
Burlington! were here and had men look
ing after the 'railroad bridges over the
WOMEN INVENT FAIRY TALE
Detectives Find Trro Versions of
Story nenlsrneil to Inflnence
D ratal Hnnbnnils of Dnngh
ters Hard to Control,
CHICAGO, Juno 16, The story of the
"Devil Baby" of Hull House was told by
the head of that social center, Jane
Addams, to the convention of the General
Federation of Women's clubs here today.
Tho story was told In connection with
a plea that club women extend the hand
of fellowship to Immigrant women, es
pecially tho older women. Miss Addams
said the origin of fairy stories seems to
have been with primitive women, who
Invented them to Influence to gentler
ways their brutal lords and masters,
"There was, of course, no devil baby,
but such currency did the story havo
that for six weeks tho ordinary activities
of Hull House were almost suspended
while we explained to hundreds of Ignor
ant Inquirers that It was all a fairy
story." said Miss Addams.
Two Verslous of Story.
"Finally we placed detectives at work,
and we found two versions. The Italian
version was that a Christian girl mar
ried an Athjest who, at the culmination
of an assault on his wife, tore down a
Etc red picture and declared that he
would rather have a devil in the house
than his wife. 'And whon a child was
born,' ran the story, 'lo it was a devil
with horns and hoofs and tall complete.'
"The Jewish version differed but little,"
continued Miss Addams "It concerned
a father whose wife had borne him seven
daughters and on the approach of the
eighth, he swore he would rather have
a devil In the house than another daugh
ter. And tho story, like that of tho
Italians, concluded with the birth of the
devil baby. In both cases the frightened
parents hod brought tho Imp to Hull
Miss Addams explained that the
stories, Uko the old fairy stories, origi
nated in the primitive minds of women,
who desired to influence their men folk
or their daughters. The sacrilege of tbe
Italian version, or the brutality of tho
Jewish, the speaker raid, entailed thn
retribution of a devil child. The deteo
tlces found that Immigrant mothers were
trying to persuade their daughters
against unorthodoxy, or doubtful con
duct, by threatening them with Impish
Gifts of Itl-Gotten Wealth Costly.
"Gifts of ill-gotten wealth should be
cast back Into the teeth of tho giver
until he offers evidence of repentence and
! restitution," declared Edward A. Boss,
professor of sociology In the University
of Wisconsin, here today In his address
to the General Federation of Women's
"Such gifts cost society more than thoy
are worth," he said. "Tho real fight to
uplift humanity centers around the con
ditions and the pay of labor."
Private benevolence should be restricted
to experimental work, was Prof. Ross's
conclusion. The state's dependents, ho
said, thould be cared for by the state
Problems of Immigrant women, Indus
trial and social conditions of women and
children, civic and school problems were
the subjects of addresses scheduled (or
The list of officers, headed by Mrs
Percy V. Pcnnypacker, the presidential
Incumbent, which was placed In nomlnu
tlon yesterday, without opposition, was
balloted for today.
Will Sell Two Mason & Hamlin
Schools to Merge
LOGAN, la., Juno 16. (Speclal.)-By a
decisive vote, promoters of tho con
solldatloa of six schools In Magnolia
township, won with hands down yester
day. Five rural schools will be closed
and the pupils schooled In tho schools
of the Independent district of Magnolia.
It will reduce the expenses of running
the schools for the taxpayers and at
the same ttmo glvo the pupils of tho
six schools consolidated privileges far
better than exist for schooling previous
Willow creek of Cincinnati township,
Harrison county, and a fraction of Rock-
ford township of Pottawattamie county
will vote on consolidation Wednesday.
Three school districts of LaGrange.
one district of Union township of Har-
rolson county and two districts of
E?oomer township of Pottawattamie
county will vote on consolidation next
FRUITS OF CIVILIZATION
TACOMA, Wash., June 1. Three nun
dred Indians, representing the Northwest
Federation of American Indians, are
gathered here for a three-day session.
Phillip Howell, an educated red man, se
vorely condemned civilization In a speech
last night, referring to "crime running
rampant;" "the struggle between capital
and lobor;" "tho 25,000 women following
the crimson path," and the 'sweat shop"
and child labor conditions. "If these be
civilization, give me back my savagery,'
he said. A resolution was Introduced to.-
vorlng changing the name of Mount
Rainier to "Tacobut," the aboriginal name
of the peak, the Indians say.
Everybody reads Bee Want Ads.
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Store Open Till O P. M. Saturday.
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I NUMBER SIX
CAR OF THE AGE
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plicity, strength, safety, speed, economy is the logical car for every man. Such a car is the Friction drive the
frearless car tho car supremo,
"WHY YOU SHOULD PURCHASE THE CAETEKOAR
FRICTION DRIVEN AUTOMOBILE."
1st Because IT HAS THE LEAST NUMBER OF
2d Because OF FEW PARTS THE LIABILITY OF
TROUBLE IS REDUCED TO A MINIMUM.
3d Because OF ABSOLUTE ENGINE CONTROL IR
RESPECTIVE OF BRAKES.
4th Because of ability to reverse instantly at any speed,
thereby enabling ono to ntilize the entire power of
tho motor in an emergency, (This is life insurance
worth thinking of.)
5th Because it is not limited to 3' or 4 speed changes, but
I can get any chango desired to meet conditions as they
actually exist and "without any additional cost."
6th Because of the one lever control covering all speed
changes and reverse, with no quadrant or engaging
notches to confuse one.
7th Because 1 can change from one Bpeed to another or
to rovorso, without going through any other speeds.
8th Because a miss movement of the lever cannot Btrip
tho transmission or injure any part of tho car.
9th Because the cushion action of tho transmission pro
vonts sudden shocks being transmitted to the motor or
from motor to transmission, which prolongs tho life
of all parts,
10th Because a perfect harmony of engine speed with
rolation to speed of car is obtainable at all times.
11th Because THERE IS NO CLUTCH.
12th Because THERE ARE NO UNIVERSAL JOINTS.
13th Because tho power is delivered to rear axle in a
direct lino, instead of through bevel gears at right
angles to oach other.
14th Because THERE ARE NO GEARS IN TRANS
MISSION OR TRANSMISSION CASE TO BE
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15th Becauso thero are only three bearings in transmission and two revolving parts, eliminating complication and
10th Because of extreme simplicity and much greater flexibility than gear-driven cars, WITHOUT ANY EXTRA
17th BecauBe it is quiet running on any speed, with no increased noise on slow or reverse.
3 8tu Because it is speedy, quick, and can also run as low as M: milo per Hour on high.
19th Because it is fully oquipped, including an independent Electric Dynamo Starting and Lighting System; has
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Thero is no car today prettier than the Cartercar or more completely equipped for comfort. Its upholstering is
CARTERCAR NEBRASKA CO., 2115 Farnam Street, Omaha
As formerly announced, Max landow
will close his local studio and leave
Omaha very soon.
He has used two new Mason & Itamlln
Grand Tianos In his studio for one sea
son and now wishes to dispose of them.
Offers are solicited from those who aro
Interested In this most famous of all
grand pianos, the Mason & Hamlin.
Apply In person or by letter to Max
Landow. 101 S, 33d St., any afternoon
this week, or A. Hospe Co., 1513 Doug
las St, Omaha. Advertisement,
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creams, soans and rnnm.ti rru...
a source of constant humiliation to mo.
"y mo lime I had finished a cake of
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Vhen I told thorn. I think they hardly
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Slnco then I have been using Reslnol
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Sold by every druggist For free trial
write to Dept. 16-R, Reslnol. Baltimore,
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JUNE 10, 17, 18, 10
Friday, June 19, Ladles Day
Gutues Called at 3 p. n.