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THE OMAIIA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 28, 1914.
Monday, the Final Clearing of
FronrTtfee Great June Sale of Cotton
An event mado possible by the fact that we invoice July
1st. As is our usual custom, wo invoice no remnants. There
are scores of cotton remnants of Voiles, Crepes, Eponges,
Novelties and Floral Voiles.
VOILE, 6 yards in rem
nant, 65c quality, for.. $1.29
ivory ground with dainty
black figure, 6 yards in
remnant, for $1.39
. Hundreds of Skirt Lengths in Monday's Sale
Every piece in the groat
HEATHER SUITING, 85c quality, 2 yards in remnant,
NEW NUB EPONGE, 60c quality, "2 yards in remnant,
for '. 79c
NOVELTY STRIPE LINEN, black and white, 85c quality,
22 yards, for $1.19
Modestly Priced Becomingly Styled
Summer Apparel for Well Dressed Women
The season for travel and -change is now here. We
would claim your attention to the practical things we are
now showing for outing wear:,
' ' 60 Fine Taileur Suits
In Poplins,. Gabardines, and other desirable fabrics. Suits
from our own regular stock, priced for Monday's selling. at.
$10,50 each; worth up to $27.50.
SEPARATE COATS at $14.75; worth up to $29.50.
Crepe Apron Sets, $1.75
Another shipment arrived of those dainty pink, blue
and lavender large crepe aprons, caps to match, $1.75 a set.
Cool Wash Street Dresses Basement
New wash street dresses, well made from the' season's
most favored wash fabrics, both white and colored, a most
complete offering from $2.50 to $5.50.
; ; Warsiipfc Ardhaic
toKDON,'"JUrie'W.-Tho recent asserr
tlons by air Percy Bcott that battleships
nro fast becoming archalo havo received
wide attention, because it w,a fir Torcy
who did so much toward perfecting tho
big-gun service, of tho British dread
noughts.. . i .
The Introduction of vessel that swim
under water has." says Sir I'ercy, "en
tlrely'dona away with thw. utility . ot tho
ships that swim on top of tho wator,
since warships would not idaro coino
within sight, ot a coast thai was ade
quately protected1 by submarines. No
fleet'' can ltfo Itself' f rbra Uio aeroplane
eye,' and ho sub'mariiio ' can deliver a
WaiV attack 'uve'h' in 'broad daylight.
Tho na,Vy will' be entirely changed; na
val officers will no longer" llvo 'on the j
sea, but cither ttbovo it tr under It, Tand
tho strain on their systems "nnd nerves
will bo. so great 'that k.vory lengthy pe
riod of' 'crvJiojv!U-notbe "Advisable; it
will be a navy of ' y oulh,""tor we shall re
quire nothing. Tut boldness &mV"darlng.
j "in nurarf times .the coutl"nsVaoroplanca
will" always thlSh abovootftthe- lookout,
Hiid thesubraarlne's Iff Tjbn'stant readiness,
ua Wefjhe, engine. d a Yl'ro- ntatljon. It
an , enemy Js sighted tho gong sounds and
tho leash, of flotilla of submarines will
"Whether it bo night or day, ttno ot
rough, they roust go out to search for.
their quarry; ifthey find, It, it is doomed,
and they give no quarter, they cannot
board It and take it as a prlio as in tho
olden days; they only wait till It sinks,'
then return home without even knowing,.
the number of human beings that they
liayo sent, tj? the bottom ot tho ocean.
"Will any battleship expose Itself to
such a dead, certainty ot destruction? I
CHANNEL OF PANAMA
CANAL IS NEARLY 0PE
PANAMA. June Although the rainy
season, has been. on for mre than a
month, the wturatlon bV the earth haa
not increased tho Cuc,arshtt sltdjie, which
the dredges havo been racing to over
come. It is estimated that the dirt Is
now being removed twice as fast as It
slide into the. channel, and that a level
of rtt for the1 slide may soon b reached.
These annoying dis
eases are again preva
lent at this seaBon.
can safely use War-.
nTmVyawiupVen.S! NAMED FOR G0ETHALS
results. It its prepared ,
and prescribed for all . PANAMA, June TT.-Prof. Henry Pet
fcrma of Asthma, Hay ucr 0 tj,0 panama Department of Agri
Fevar and 't u f f y 0Utur,, has discovered a new speoUt
restores at the same time.
Mr J. Hanttcomb. of Wollaston, Mass., i
has written: "1 had1 Asthma rery bad
and had to. sit up night after night
i uu u mki no reiiei uuiu . i ,uoa War
ner's Safe Asthma Jffcmedy:1 In five
minutes I was breathing easy and went
right to bed and slept I would not be
uci u ioaay rrom your nearei
.cist, or postpaid on receipt of pr
Uct It today from your nearest drug-
FRENCH RATINE, rose
pink, 42-inch wide, $1.25
quality, remnant for. .$2.09
FLORAL VOILE, gray, in
dainty figures, 65c quality,
sale is of the newest stylo and suitable for the coming season, at
HOWARD HI A4D SIXTEENTH STREETS
mo uepui c-t mo channel 18 now ovor
iifontj.tyyfytfpita tho Panama rati-
road tctn;jpi!(J Alliance, of 4,000 tons,
which iaa 'theVfirel oceun liner 'to pubs
through tho canal without mlshup. Even
a J0,0W-lorf shin would have no difficulty,'
but the-"Canal Isnot . yet ready for. .tho
United' States Coal
Markets of Europe
IjONDON, June 27. Tho success of
American coal shippers In securing a
largo portion of tho trade of tho Mediter
ranean and strengthening their hold on
that of French and Spanish ports Is oc
casioning considerable misgivings among
the colliery and shipowners ot
Wales, who formerly hold a monoply ot
this trade. It has Just been announced
at Cardiff that the Americans have ro
cured an order for 100,000 tons ot -coal
from the Italian State railways for de
livery during the next six months, mak
ing a total ot 9)0,000 tons for this year.
Formerly tho whole supply of theso rail
ways wn secured from Wales. The
Egyptian Stato railways have also bought
more extensively from America this vear,
diverting in this way some RtOO.OOO from
South Wales. American coal cargoes are
also finding their way to French and
Spanish ports with Increasing frequeiioy.
The high price of Welsh coal and (ho
cheapening ot freights Is held responsible
j for tho change. American coal can low
(be delivered at foreign ports at from 60
J cents to-$l a ton cheaper that the Welsh
product. Tho Welsh collieries aro work-
Ing to their full capacity and ara fully
Cooked, for this year's capacity, but it
is tho future which the owners fear, for
the Italian and Egyptian orders could
always be depended upon, whereas the
orders now, being filled aro Irregular.
POPULATION OF GREATER
BERLIN INCREASES SLOWLY,
BERLIN, Juno S7 The population of
Greater Berlin is growing at a slower
rat since the present portod.oc business
depression set in. , It, Increased last year
by only W.GOO, wheerqa' tho .gain hod been
106.100 for 1912, and ,119,000 for 1911. Berlin
iU)t actually lost population in 1913 for
the first ttmo In very many years. The
reduction was ahout 16,000 whereas .the
previous rate ot gain had been about
1J.0C0 a year. That the change In pros
perity was tho cause ot this movement in
population 1 evident from the fact that
tho number-of -concern In areatre Berlin
employing as many as twenty. five per
Urns was reduced in ISIS by 19,000.
NEW SPECIES OF BEAN
liMnm-lna tn tftA nnllirMl nntte r? Iimi.
i mlnosae, or the bean family, on which
hp has conferred., tho name GothalM.-v
UthmlcA, to perpetuate the -namo of. the
canal builder in botany. ,
Colonel Goethals has .hod a number of
children named after him, but this Is
his first "honor of the botanio'order. Tho
legumlnoea family, Incldently, knows no
limit. Before Prof. Peltier's Identifica
tion of this now member It already nad
upwarto otlfV) species.
NOW THEY MUST GO. We cannot give detail here.
The facts and figures below are correct. We mention a few
items that you may note the special reductions for Monday:
VOILE, white ground with
heleo figure, $1.50 quality,
36-inch wide, 5 yards
CREPE EPONGE, now wis
teria, 42 inches wide, $1.25
quality, 5 yards in remnant,
FRENCH EPONGE, $1.75 quality, 2 yards in remnant,
EPONGE NOVELTY, $2.00 quality, black and white, 24
yards for ' $1.98
FROSTED CREPE EPONGE, $1.00 quality, 2' yards in
remnant, for $1.39
Pretty exclusive styles, fashion's latest, everything
now; every dress clean and up to date; every dress made
specially to our order. We ask you to come Monday.
Dainty French Vollo Dresses In black and whito stripe, inmlo with
tho Russian tunic; prico $13.B0. Other party dresses at $0.50, $7.GO
SEPARATE SKIRTS In wash fabrics, also tho new Chuddnh Cloth
The Store for Shirtwaists
Special White China Silk Waists $2.95
Cash's Woven Names
W.G take orders for Cash's Woven Name Tapes; now is
the time to leave your order to insure prompt delivery.
The names are suitable for marking school and college
girls' and boys' clothing.
A most comploto showing of the new cretonnes which
are so much in demand for covering cushions, porch furni
ture, etc. Upwards fronr'ISc a yard:
For Use During War
llKItLIN, June 27. Tho Oerinan military
authorities have adopted a novel form ot
tho subsidy principle as a preparation for
the next war. Imitating the example of
those countries that subsldlxo-'stcamshlps
Iff order to convert them 'Into-navnl -vessels
in times of war, tho Oorman- war
office- has for above a. year been paying
sudsldlea on heavy automobile trucks,
which tho array will take over by re
quisition as soon as a war breaks out,
so far as they may be needed. The aim
of tho authorities, however, goes much
farther than mnrnlv tn l,r,v . ntrtaln I
. - - ,
numoer oi sucn trucxs at hand which
may bo requisitioned; they hone to get
them so genorally Introduced that the
armies can find them anywhere In suf
ficient qualities for moving military sup
plies Tho system is to pay tho subsidy
to the manufacturer at the time that he
sells the mnchlno to a person buying It
for his own use All tho leading German
automobile building companies are now
putting snch subsidized drays upon the
market. Tho military authorities are so
well fcatlsfled with the system that they
have Just decided to Increase tho sub-
sidles and to extend them to the sixth
year, whereas they had hitherto only been
paying .them for five years. Hitherto the
total subsidy for flvo years on an auto
mobile with one trailer was J1.K57; while
henceforth It will be J,0iS for five years.
City is Discovered
LONDON, June H.-Becent exploration
In the Nile Valloy has resulted in the
discovery of a burled Egyptian city, as
well preserved as Pompeii, according to
Kev.. Prof. A. H. Sayce, the famous
Kgyptologlst, In an address at tho Itoyal
society. The d'scovery was made by Prof.
Garstang, investigating at Meroe. Walls
fifteen feet thick surrounded a royal
city containing two palaces, public batns,
gymnasia, streets and private dwellings.
Trees set In pits lined with brick bord
crd the streets, and walls, quays nd
landing stages were built along the river.
side. This city was the center of the
Iron industry of the, time, and tho -dag
from tho smelting furnaces show that
enough metal was -worked thero to supply
me wnoio of northern Africa.
An obtervatotyat the bottom-of an un-
derground bathing establishment touna
by Prof. Garstang, is of Interest to mod
ern sclenee, as its- walla were covered
with astronomical calculations.:-.
Tliumu J. AVstfUl.
TABLE UOCIC Neb., Jqne 27.-f peclal.)
Word ha reached "hereof, the death at
his hbme in Idaho of Thcimas X. Westfall,
at tho age ot T3. Htwhs n, driver and
raiser of trotting horses, and 'lived front
1SS2 to 1902 at his farm a few miles south
of here. He leaves a widow, two sons
and a brother. H. B. Westfall, who also
formerly lived in Pawnee county.
Chncy; Ilrnches Prison.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan., June 17.
Eugene Clancy, of" Ban Francisco, on
of the labor leaders convicted In the
dynamite conspiracy cases, arrived at
the Federal prison here late last night
Clancy Is the thirteenth to arrive at
the Prison in two days, and walked to
the prlron gates alone and asked to enter
white ground with pink em
broidery, $1.25 quality; 5
yards in remnant for.. $2.29
FRENCH EPONGE CREPE
now frosted green, $1.00
quality, 42-inch, 4 yards
in remnant, for $1159
In Germany Causes
Increase in Suicides
BERLIN, Juiw 27.-Tho development of
the woman's movement In Germany car
ries with It remarkablo increase In
ulcldes by women. While the ratio of
suicides of men remained constant dur
ing the twenty years ended with 1312,
the number of women suicides Increased
from US to 10.6 per 100,000 of tho woman
population. While there aro doubtless
many causes for the Increase, the chief
cause is attributed to tho fact that women
cave gone into workshop and factory,
. ",m VTO-
mvrcani.ua employments and
more extensively than
twenty years ago. They have shouldered
larger responsibilities and havo exposed
themselves to greater economic and social
dangers. That the cause la largeiy'an
wunomia ono is evident from tho great
incrcaso of woman suicides "at Berlin,
n.ro neany rorty-elght women take
meir own Jives to every 100 men.
Norfolk Takes One
NOltFOUC, Neb., Juno 27. (Special Tel.
egrom.)-Norfolk defeated Columbus Bat-
urday afternoon by the score of 8 to 6.
Both teams used two pitchers In their
second and third. The Drummeis hit
iron for six safeties, two of them doubles.
ney exniouea several doUble steals
which counted for scores. Norfolk re
lieved Denton in the first of the seventh
after Columbus had touched him for five
nits, which counted five scores. Cramm'
homo run in tho
ninth was a feature
. au.m.u.a.K. All II O A K
rtnndftau lint . - "..U..E.
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cS5S,,ih '"i i 5 2 5"wr. rt.. a i
CUrk, b..,.s IIS HJrown, w..,, j i j
tmm. If... 4 10 0 CtoW.. lb.. 1 3 0 o
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ToU,r ! Touts st "in it "j
Columbus o o o l i s o o w
NLfol v:; 0 4 0 0 o o o -g
Two-baso hits; namsey. Mo'ker. Home
run: Cramm. Baoriflco Ht: neM. Stolen
bases: Melker. Adams. Browiv (S). Mus
sor, Ramsey. Bases on balls: Off Den.
K2r..iJ . ?rf Jro5: - ff Kirschner. 4.'
uitum uui; ujr uemon, 3! Dy Ifutt. 1:
by Iron. J: by Klrsehner.' C Left on
biises: Norfolk, 5; Columbus. 10. Double
plays! Melker to Coble; Bright to Mu
ser: Dygft to Adams. Passed ball: Nee.
Hit by pitched ball: Nee. by Cramm. bv
Denton. Attendance: 300. Time; X:ft).
SAILING VESSELS ARE'
PRACTICALLY OFF SEA
LONDON, June 23. The special sign
"a" before tho names of steamers is
Lloyd's announcements, has been d'senn
tinued as a frank and final recognition
of the fact that sailing vessels have oeen
nearly crowded oft of the sea. In Lloyd's
register ot a quarter of a century ago,
the sail ships led the steamers by 't,KC
tq 10.KO in numbers, and 9,00,003 to 7.411.954
as to net tons. This year's register shows
that there are now but 0.KH sailing ves
sels ot -J.KW.Kse tons, while the eeamera
havo Increased to SJ.897 ot .5I7.050 tons.
Stcuturr Gothland Reported.
HUGH TOWN. Scllly Islands. June 27.
The Belgian steamer Gothland, which
went ashore on tho Crlm Rocks on .Tima
I?? .wh",e on ,he wJ?y .fr?n' Montreal to
Hotterdam. was refloated today.
BUTTE TROUBLE MAY BE OYER!
Will A. Campbell Tells of the Labor
Difficulties in Montana.
ASSESSMENTS ARE TOO HIGH
Morrr lienvfi nnttf nnd Mnj- Not
Iletnru Question In nit to
Whether He Was Driven
from the Cltj.
"The Wostern Federation of Minora Ibi
j probably making Its last stand In Butte,
land President Moycr doubtless realizes
(that the organization Is no more In Mon
tana, ns 30 per cent or more of his former
members in Butte havo gono Into an in
drpendent union, now being recognised
by other trnde unions," said Will A
Campbell, editor of tho Helena Inde
pendent, who Is In the city for a day
"Whether Moycr was driven from Butte
or not is a question. He probably thought
It a dangerous place for him to stay and
ho wanted to talk It over with Governor
Stewart So he headed' for Helena, fol
lowed not only by his friends but by some
not so friendly. Both these elements met
tho president of tho Western Federation
In Helena and advised "him not to return.
At first ho said he would, the the pro
tests became m emphatic that ho con
cluded not to return.
"The wholo trouble In Butte has ben
caused .by the heavy assessments made
against tho miners for carrying on the
battles of tho Western Federation else
where, They paid in 1200,009 fo rasslsting
In the fight In Michigan, yet the miners'
aro getting less out ot their staunch
unionism than any other class In Butte.
They receive but J3.5Q per day, which
enables such trades as tho plumbers, tor
Instance, to get 12 per day. The Western
Federation Is a club and the influence
which enables other trades to get thi
highest possible scales. If they nro not
paid an employer Is declared unfair and
the tremendous influence of the. Western
Federation with its 6,000 members in Butte,
is thrown against the firm or Individual.
In the meantime the miner works along
In a hazardous occupation on his little
1X50 a day and has been paying $12 to $15
a month In assessments. ,
Trouble May He Over.
"This- condition was bound to make
trouble. It did, but with 90 to 05 por
cent of tho members of the Western
' Federation In' the new Independent union,
and not being required to show Western
Federation cards to go to work, the
trouble is llknly ovar unless the operators
take a hand and make a mess ot It.
'Helena has no labor trouble, the busi
ness there being gold mining and agri
cultural pursuits. It does not require such
a mass of men to mlno for gold In tho
Helena district, hence there aro no trou
bles. The wholo Helena valley has be
come ono of the state's greatest agri
cultural districts and a good class of
farmers aro coming In from Minnesota,
tho Dakotas and other states of the mid
Mr. Campbell has gathered around him
In Helena quite an Omaha colony. W. O.
Falsely, formerly of the Omaha corn
shows. Is In the advertising department;
MIsb Jane MacMllIan, formerly of the Ne
braska Telephone company and with Mr.
Campbell In tho Commercial club pub
licity bureau, is tress-' ' of the Inde
pendent Publishing company; Bov. New
man Hall Burdlck, pastor ot tho First
Presbyterian church, Is pastor of the
Presbyterian churoh in Helena and "re
ligious editor" of tho Independent; Glenn
M. Campbell and Bert Campbell, formerly
of the Potter Printing company, Omaha,
ale running the Job business pf the Inde
pendent. Dr. Ih M. Rheem, formerly or
tho Western Union, Omaha, is secretary
of tho Helena Commercial club.
"Omaha ought to come out after moro
Montana business," said Mr. Campbell.
"For a large part of Montana Omaha Iq
as natural a market as St. Paul and
Minneapolis. The BIUngs district belongs
to Omaha quite as much as to the Twin
Cities, and there Is not a district in the
west so promising and so prosperous at
present ns tho Yellowstone dlctrlct of
Straus Brings Many
Ideas From Europe
LONDON, June 27. Simon W. Straus of
Chicago, who has been spending six
months in Europe conducting investiga
tions as president ot the American So
ciety for Thrift, is to take home a num
ber of suggestions.
One of them Is the establishment ot co
operative societies. He has found that
tho work done by them In Great Britain
Is second in extent only to that of the
United States Steel Corporation, and that
such societies not only save the fees of
the middleman, who is thus put to pro
ductive toll, but give their members a
sense ot thrift. He found the societies
working with great success also. In
France, Switzerland smd Germany.
The use of vacant city lots tor garden
ing by school children is another move
ment ho will try to further. The Ameri
can cities, most ot which are not yet
overdeveloped as are some of those In
the old world, usually havo plenty ot va
cant lots, left for years In an unsightly
condition until building operations aro be
gun. Mr. Straus urges that these be
turned into gardens, where school children-may
receive valuable elementary
training In thrift.
In a summary of his Investigations ot
thrift in Europe ho finds Germany ex
celling In the economy and efficiency of
government, while the Frenchman leads
In Individual thrift. If tha two went com
bined In the United States, ho said, the
cost ot living would take a big; drop and
BULGARIA MAY HAVE
EXHIBIT AT PANAMA SHOW
SOFIA, June S7. The minister ot com
merce has named a commission ot fifteen
members to study tho details ot Bulgarian
participation in the San Francisco fair.
A request will soon be made on Parlia
ment by tho government for a grant of
tOO.OOO with which to pay the expense of
' Everybody reads Bee Wont Ads.
WASHINGTON. U. C June S7.-(Spe-
ciol Telegram.) On the recommendation
of Democratic Committeeman Wade, Dr.
J. S. McAtee has been appointed pension
surgeon at Council Bluffs, la.
Nebraska pensions granted: Malinda L.
Fellows. Geneva, $12.
Postofflc established: Denman Buf
falo county. Neb-, with John 1L Goarhaxt
Terr Burns has been appointed post
master at Pioneer, Humboldt county, la.,
vice Louis B. Doldy, removed.
Tho comptroller of the currency has re
ceived Uhe application of the following
Persons' to organize the Home National
bonk of Royal, la.: capital. JI5.000. T. L.
Bailey. F. Huss, L. J. HJelm. William
KnberU and O. T. Bailey.
SOCIALIST LEADER TO TALK ON !
J. ST1TT WILSON. (
America Peeved at
Reception by Page
LONDON, June 27. The American am
bassador, Dr. Walter Ulnes Page, came
near to being charged with lack of .pa
triotism by the 700 American Salvation
Army delegates on their official visit to
him, but the misunderstanding was
cleared by one of the embassy clerks.
The Salvation. sts made an American pa
triotic display on this occasion as has
been rarely seen in London. Bands p'ayed
American patriotic tunes, tho American
colors alternated with the Salvation Army
banners and each of the paraders waved
a small American flag as they marched,
through Victoria street past the window
at which stood Dr. Page. The chief offi
cers then paid a formal call on his ex-,
ccllency. But in the matter of bunting
tho embassy might as well have been
one ot the big shops alongside.
"Whero is the American flag7" asked
one of tho officers in a grieved tono of
one of tho clerks. "Our parade was sim
ply ablaze with 'Old Glory,' and there
isn't a slnglo flag displayed at the em
bassy to welcome us. It doesn't look pa
triotic." Tha clerk explained that tho flag of
the embassy has purely ceremonial duties
to perform rather than patriotic or brna
mcntal and. is displayed only on instruc
tions from the State department at Wash
ington This explanation was passed around and
seemed to satisfy the patriotic scruples
of tho visitors;
'Gn account of- the comparatively1 Small
quarters American diplomats without
large private means necessarily maintain
in foreign countries. Dr. Pago was un
able to Invite- the Salvationists to his
home, and tho embassy Itself Is likewise
cramped. A reception in the street would
have lacked dignity, so tho delegates felt
a disappointment in not being ablo to
shake hands with him. They had been
rather spoiled on their way over, they
said, by Colonel Jtoosevelt, who ira
ternlred with them, stood in snapshot
groups nnd answered to the familiar title
of "Colonel" and "Teddy."
The American Salvationists, who havo
been visiting London in parties, speak
highly of their courteous treatment by
STRQMSBURO, Neb.. Juno 77.-(Spe-clal.)
A very pretty wedding took place
last evening when Miss Beda Peterson
and Frank Colson of Polk were married
at the homo of tho bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. August Peterson. Misses Ber-
ina urecn and Ulga Peterson were the
bride's maids and Wesley and Maurice
Colson were the croomsmen. nv. f.
Hemborg pronounced the service.
The out of town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Colson and children of
Jfateu from Atoch.
AVOCA, Neb., Juno 27. (Special.) Mrs.
A. A. Wetcnkamp and daughter, Grace,
and son, Glenn, have, gone to Chicago,
whero tha boy and girl will enter the
Pasteur Institute for treatment for in
juries Inflicted a few days ago by the
b.te of a wolf. They reside near Mynard.
The republican county convention will
convene at Louisville on July 15, for tho
purpose of selecting sixteen delegates to
the state convention to be held at Lin
coin on July 2S.
Alfred Leard and Miss Goldle McCarver,
both of Louisville, were united In mar
riage at Plattsmouth this week.
Miss Leota Barton, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. G. P. Barton of Union, was
united In marriage to Roy W. Herbta of
Falls City. Bey. H. G. McClusky qf
tho First Presbyterian church at Platts
mouth performed the ceremony.
R, D. Bailey, one of the prominent resi
dents of Elmwood, died BUddenly Sun
day evening. Mr. Baity was aged 63
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THE EXPERIENCED DENTIST
ROOM 3, BUSHMAN DIJv., lOUi and DOUGLAS,
THE a HE ATE ST MOKXY-SAV-
nio opronTtrNTT' orrsiujo
TBS PUBLIC THIS TEAB.
The Novolty Company, 214, 246,
218 N. 16th street, announces that
they will start their 8th, annual
July Clearing Rale on Wednesday,
July 1st, at S 30 A. M. Every ar
ticle in the store will be thrown
on sale at one-half, and in many
Instances as low as one-third and
one-fourth their actual va ues
Men's Clothing. Shoes and Fur
nishings. Women's Dresses, Suits,
Coots, Skirts, Waists, Millinery,
Shoes, Etc, Dry Goods, Ginghams.
Silks, Dress Goods, Etc , Etc., all
will go on sale at the most won
derful va'ues offered by any
Omaha store this year. The fol
lowing ore a few of the bat-gains
We Will glve yoti:
Women's $1.50 Wash Dressos 47o
Women's $1.00 Waists ...... 47o
Women's $5 Lingerie Dresses 97o
Men's 4So Underwear at , ...19o
Men'n 12 He 'Hose' at Go
Men's 15c Garters, .i.Bo
Mn's High Ornde Suits at, 83.77,
$4.77 and 58.77
Ladles' Coats and Suits at C3.T7,
S3.77 and , 4J7
CallcoeH, per yard ...4o
Ginghams, per yard.... So
Percales, per yard .... .7 Bo
and hundreds of other bargains.
Sale begins Wednesday,. July 1st
at 8 '30 o. m Walt for it. Read
our ud in Wednesday evening's
papers for full particulars.
The Novelty Go.
214-313-318 IT. lGth St.
To Be Closed
"4th f July"
Yes Sir! Yes Madam! Our
employees are going to
CELEBRATE on tho "4th".
but there's NO reason why,
YOU shouldn't have your
clothes cleaned by that fes
tive day, for we will handle
your work as late as Friday.
Let us show you how WE
whiten whito suits. Men'B
Palm Beach suits cleaned
Phone Tyler 345
2211-2213 Farnam St.
Furnish dry, pure air. This Is
what is most to be desired in a
refrigerator. Wo demonstrate
this feature of the Alaska dally
at our store. Even the low priced
ones are Jusl as pure and cold as
the higher priced ones.
Wo sell them for cash or on
Save your purchase allp for
your favorite In the Panama Ex
John Hiissie Hardware, Go.
2407-00 Cuming St. '
"If you buy It of Husslo It's right''
Your Health Sake,
Save; Your Teeth
or let us save them for you. Wo make a
specialty ot doing DENTAL AVOItK that ap
peals to. tho public, guaranteeing all our
work and living up to the guarantee.
Lowest Prices in Omaha
Gold Crowns and Iuidge Work,
Plan If You Wish.
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