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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914.
The July Clearing Sale
We have left of our great suit stock just
271 wool and silk suits, all of which must go
in this July clearing sale.
For TOMORROW (Tuesday) we offer this
entire suit stock which was priced from $24.50
to $95.00, at prices ranging from
$10,50 to $29.50
There nro now suits of ovory sizo.
9 Wash Suits Are Offered at Exactly y2 Price.
$6.25 and $12.25 for suits worth $12.50 to $24.00
Long White Silk Gloves
ELBOW LENGTH SILK GLOVES, perfect fitting, good
tricot weave, nil sizes, on snlo Tuesday 69o a pair
. v r
Women's and Children's
Boys' Shirts and Drawers, regular 25c valuo, reduced to 10o
Women's Lisle ,Yes,tSi. plain or hand crochet tops, regular
50o value, special , . . ', , , , 3g0
Regular 65c value, special 490
Women's Fine- Ribbed Lisle Union Suits, fitted or wide
knees , : . . . ; t Oo
LisloBlooiners to ..wear with bathing suits : color: black,
gray and navy $100
ANARCHIST PLOT REVEALED
Inflammatory erainrnd Death.
POLICE SEAROHTNQ THE RUINS
'Stvrered Hand CI at china Two Small
TMercss of Wlr Made Ready
for Connection) Is
NEW YORK, JulyV-In the ruins of
the tenement wracked yesterday rby the
explosion of a bomb, which, It is believed,
was Intended for use against John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., the authorities today
found evidence that Arthur Caron, who
was killed with three others, had tsed
his apartment as a center for the distri
bution of Inflammatory literature and
that It was filled with death-dealing ex
plosives, A small printing press, revolutionary
pamphlets and circulars, an elcctrio dy
namo, two eloctrlo batteries, cartridges
and bits of steel, were among tho articles
uncovered, which tend, In the opinion of
ihe police, to show an anarchUtlo plot.
Two of those killed in tho wrocked build
ing were agitators, who were to be placed
on trial at Tarrytown tomorrow on
charges of disorderly conduct In connec
tion with the demonstration Inaugurated
against Mr. Rockefeller, na a protest
Against his attitude In tho Colorado coal
mine strike. The body of the fourth vic
tim of the explosion was found today.
It wu that of Charles Rerg, known In
Industrial Workers of the World circles
BSth'4lbls? Bwjde" associate of Caron.
The other victims were Charles Han
son and Mary Clares. The woman lived
In an apartment next to the one occupied
by Caron and his associates, Equally as
Interesting as the discovery of anarchistic,
literature and olectrlo machinery In the
ruins of Caron' room was the assertion
by Industrial Workers of the World
leaders that Caron was not a member
of that organisation, having recently been
refused admission. They declared that
the Industrial Workers of the World had
nothing to do with the exploslcn.
A gruesome hut suggestive pleco of evi
dence unrred .was , severed hand
which clutchejd, twoxsmalt jMefea of wife"
ttlea believe that thepwnof this hand
was tu the act-'ofimtJUuC n-electrle coo-
This institution is non-sectarian.
We eelc only to follow
your desires in all things per
taining to the conducting of
funerals. Men of all creeds
and fraternal affiliations com
prise our organisation.
Our facilities are such that
we guarantee thoughtful, help
ful service be it.a small fu
neral or state obsequies.
34th and Dodg
rttott Doug. 3901
nectlon for one of tho bombs and a bat
tery when tho explosion slew him.
Search I Minute
The search for papers and notes was
minute and some notebooks with the
name of severs! anarchists Were found.
There were also pamphlets which had
been sold at Industrial Workers' meet
ings. One poem, an attack on Chris
tianity, is believed to havo been printed
on the little press.
Another of the papers found was on
appeal for funds to pay the fine of
Frank Tannerbaum, who was. sentenced
to s. year In prison- and fined $300 for
disorderly conduct In connection with
an Industrial Workers of tho World
Louise Derger and Eleanora Fitzgerald,
a teacher In the Francisco Ferrer school,
were questioned as to what they knew
of bombmaklntr in the flat. Thw Aim.
clalmed any knowledge of it.
A general alarm was ant n tnA.
tor the arrest of Michael Murphy, whose
reai name is said 10 be Auspenti. who
was in the flat at thn time nf th .
plosion, and whose escape from death
is consiaerea miraculous. lie was in the
hands of tho police a short time after
the explosion, but before the real nature
of the case was learned, he was re
Alexander Derkman. anhrchlat mni
soeiated with Emma Ooldmoa In thej
publication of "Mother Earth," an nnar-l
chlst paper, was questioned at length
yesterday and tonight and sold that
npne of the dead men was a member of
mo inausiriai workers of the World.
He said a number of anarchlstlo or
ganisations were already making plans
to hpld an Impressive publlo funeral
A party of sympathisers, Including
lUrkman, will go to Tarrytown tomor
row, no Mia, to attend tho trials. No
unusual precautions to guard tho Tarry
town court room have been taken. Sher.
iff Doyle stated today that he did not
anticipate any trouble.
John D. Rockefeller went to church
this morning , Pocantlco hills, He
motored to r church, but Insisted upon
walking hack to his estate, accompanied
only by his superintendent There were
no Industrial Workers of the World about
the. place today or tonight and the
.flUAr.on, du.ty.had little to do.
DOCTOR WJU- TRY TO BEAT
-UNCLE JOE IN PRIMARY
DANVTliffi, Ills., July S.-rDr. B. B.
Coolley.. a physician of panvlUe, today
announced, his' .candidacy for tho repub
lican Amln. tipn. for congress In opposi
tion Jo' V6ph O." Cannon in the Eight
eenth Ilthiols district.
Isaiah Van Metre.
WATERLOO, la., July .-(8peciol Tel
egram.) Isaiah van Metre, vet'lran of
the civil war and long time editor and
newspaper writer in Iowa, died in Fre
ment, web., Hunaay afternoon at the
home of his son, whom he had gone to
visit He came to Iowa in 1553 and had
a brilliant carter si editorial writer.
Funeral will be held at his hor-
Waterloo Tuesday morning.
Man Dranned on Cedar River.
CEDAR FALLS, In.. July .8pelal.)
Harry Swan, aged twenty years, was
drowned In Cedar river hero Saturday
night following following auto races,
when he went In for a swim. Funeral
services were held in Waterloo, Sunday
night and body taken to Burlington for
burial by his father. Mother and on
Only One "HHOMO QUININE."
To get the genuine, call for full r.amo,
LAXATIVE I1ROMO QUININE. Look
for signature of H. W. GROVE. Cures
a Cold In One Day. 2S,
WAdlliwnirnM t..i o . ,n
Rlodgett vice C'hriUan Roddum, re-
.Ruou, iium, uaraw county, lowa
Fred A. Truesdell. vice Fred Rracsr. re
signed. Norwood, Washakie oounty,
FostoMce established nt Swing. Crook
county. Wyoming, with 0. II. Davidson
The United States National bank of
Omaha has been approved as a reserve
agemsfor Powell National bank of Pow-
ARMED CAMP8M IRELAND
Many Think Proipeot of Bitter Civil
is Best Safeguard for Feaoe.
NATIONALIST ARMY QE0WINO
Jfamber at Men EllsteA U Inti
mated at All thn AVy from
Elffhtr Thousand to Quar
tttr of a Million.
LONDON, July .-Wlth every week of
suspense In the settlement of the future
government of Ireland; the menace of the
military preparations by the Ulster and .
tho Home Ilule volunteers Increases. The
present tendency among uie volunteers
of the south Is to accept leadership by
the nationalist parly which John Bed-
mond offered them. Thus led. there
would be a clear division of Home Rulers
J",U"iLl0ra' -SUto ,nt hV"8 !
iE? .K. .T.Ierr..lanBt f
presents, furnishes the best safeguard
Correspondents or the Associated Press
at Dublin and Belfast have written of
the situation from the nationalist and
Ulster points of view, respectively. The
most Interesting development is the plan,
hitherto1 unpublished, of the Orangeman
under Sir Edward Carson for taking
charge of affairs by force If a provisional
government Is set up, and the fact that
the commercial men of Belfast have used
their Influence In Ulster councils to post
pone radical action Until a Home Rule
parliament has been established In Dub
lin. The great question which confronts
the Nationalist volunteers Is how far
their American sympathisers are likely
to come forward with funds for their
arms and equipment
fltrnRth of thn Nationalists,
DUBLIN, July C-Estlmates of the num
ber of Irish Natlonlist volunteers vary
between 80,000, which Is the Dublin castle
figures compiled by the police, and 200,000,
which Is the estimate given In platform
peeches. Careful Inquiry shows that
there are EO.000 in Lelnetor, which takes
the lead, about 45,000 In Ulster (Increasing
rapidly), 83,000 In Munster and .000 In
The difficulty of exact estimate arises
from the tact that the movement Is not
organised from the centre. Forces have
sprung up spontaneously In every parish,
and so far are only loosely connected
with th provisional central body. There
has been a complete wiping out of all
class distinctions, and the rank and file
include every gtade farmers, laborers,
nhop assistants, clerks, doctors, lawyors
and country gentlemen. There Is a very
strong leaven of time-expired soldiers
old Connaught rangers, Dublin fuslleers
and Munster fuslleers, and their experi
ence Is proving useful In the drill.
Officers ot Experience.
The chief mlMtary commander are
Colonel Maurice Moore, who commandel
tho Connaught rangers In the Boer war,
and Captain White a son of the General
White, who defended Ladysmtth. Recent
accessions are Sir Henry Orattan Bellew,
a grandson ot the great Henry Qrattan,
who had experience In the fifth Dragoon
guards: and Captain Belllngham, brother
of the marohtoness of Bute, who Is at
present an aide-de-camp to the lord
lieutenant Military experience, however
slight Is at a premium, and a medical
student with a little volunteer training,
Is commanding as sergeant a squad which
Includes among the privates, a univer
sity professor ot law.
The army has extremely little equip
ment and almost no money. But the
material is excellent and the enthusiasm
unbounded. Mr, Redmond's open associa
tion with the movement will remotre the
difficulty of getting money, The men In
charge of the movement are for the most
part unknown and there has been(nuch
reluctance to provide funds till the publlo
knew who would spend the money and
S Irons Central Body.
The central body consists of twenty
five men, ot them fifteen ore sold to be
Home Rulers, In sympathy with Mr. Red
mond, but tho more active, Influential
and effective spirits are members ot the
Blnn Foin party. They have few sup
porters in the country and the great bulk
ot the volunteers ere supporters of Red
mond. Mr. Redmond offered his co
operation to the central body It he was
allowed to nominate an equal numbor
of men on It pending the election ot the
volunteer branches of tho central execu-V
Uyo. Falling. acceptance he wiu recom
mend each county to govern Itself.
This offer was rejected on a nastily
summoned meeting of tho executives
who proposed that each county should
elect a representative to sit with tnem.
This has produced a strong protest
from Prpf. Kerr who says the meeting
was not properly convened and asks
for a full meeting when the members
would accept Mr. Redmond's offer. Mr.
Redmond cannot allow a movement
mainly composed ot his supporters to
bo commanded by a self-quaUfled body,
of which the most active members are
opponents ot h'a. Once the volunteers
members can hold their convention to
ctheok an executive, the matter will
settle Itself. Meantime there may be
friction which wlU be obviated to a
great extent by making each county
govern Its own -volunteers.
Covenanters Not Alarmed.
BELFAST, July 6. The leaders ot the
Convenantera In Ulster profess to con
sider the Nationalist volunteer move
ment as something not to be taken
ariouslv. These Nationalist bands in
the Ulster counties drill spasmodically
and are not connected with any central
organisation. All the local leaders act
entirely on their own Initiative, In
some districts the volunteers are split
up Into factions under opposing leaders,
who carry on a newspaper wartare.
The Ulster leaders say that the
Nationalist volunteers must fall through
the Impossibility of getting arms. They
claim (0 have -any letters from America
showing that tho Irish there are ttred
ot contributing to home rule, and now
that they consider an Irish parliament
assured, they propose to lei moss in
Ireland settle their Internal questions
without help. Even It American sym-
oathlsers should refill Uhe war chest
the present government measures to sup
press gun running In all ports would
Tvrn Distinct Factions.
jm tha Covenanter movement there
are two distinct factions at present One
Is a militant section which advocates
Immediate provocative action, with the
belief that bloodshed would shock tho
English non-conformists and force
Aaqulth to grant Ulster's demand tor
permanent exclusion from an Irish
government The other taotlon which
Includes Important business man fought
successfully to prevent the declaration ot
a provisional gov rnmcnt for Ulster
when the home rule bill passed the third
reading In the House of Commons. Tha
first taction now clamors to have, tho
provisional government set up whea the
king signs the MIL while th mora con
servatlve business Interests counsel delay
until th Irlah parliament in Dublin is
launched. Blr Edward Carton aided with
the latter faction at the laat conference
of leader here.
Meantime the volunteers, saturated with
the military spirit are becoming Impatient.
Some battalions have even cent depu
tations of officers to headquarters to ask
when the campaign would begin, and the
work of keeping- the bold spirits quiet
Is Increasingly difficult
To Hold naek Nationalists.
The headquarters staff has worked
out a plan of campaign for hostilities.
It Is not likely that they will attempt
to use this citizen force against trained
regulars with heavy uns. for as one of.
ficer remarked, the most they could ex-
pct would bo to put up one good fight
an(1 be cut to pieces. The present plans
M to keep the Ulster nationalists In
check y,hm provisional government
)g get up
Mt W"t volunteers are be-
formed Into four regiments known
as tho Belfast division, which will act as
a police force. A flying column composed
of 3,600 picked and paid volunteers, a
majority ot whom are old soldiers, has
been organized as a first lino striking
force with motor transport capable of
conveying it to any part of Ulster In less
than four hours. This force is armed
throughout with new Mausers and pos
sesses ten Maxima ot the latest pattern.
Crta!n county regiments, especially those
of Antrim and Armagh, would go on act
ive service with this column, whllo other
county regiments including Xxmdonderry
must remain at home to' suppress the Na
tionalists. ENTRY WOMEN MARRYING
ALIENS TO RETAIN RIGHTS
(From a Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON, D. C, July . (Bpeclal
Telegram.) Always on tho Job for his
constituency, Judge Klnkald ot the Sixth
district succeeded in passing through the
house a bill that on Its face might not
interest many cltlsens, but the principle
of which Is far reaching.
The bUl provides that any male cl ti
re n of the United States whu has Initi
ated a claim to any tract of publlo land,
notwithstanding her Intermarriage to on
alien shall be entitled to a patent as
though she had remained unmarried or
had married an American cltlsen.
Under the expatratlon act ot 1607 an
American girl who marries a foreigner
takes the nationality of the husband,
thus making her an S The Interior
department therefore, has been holding
that where a female homesteader mar
ries an alien bforo she makes -her final
proof she cannto secure a patent to the
land filed on. The bill passed today and
which now goes to the 'senate restores the
right of entry-women to secure patent to
their homesteads notwithstanding their
marriage to an alien.
Judgo Klnkald, speaking of the bill,
said ho was prompted to introduce the
measure because of several which corns
directly to his attention In Nebraska
and which were assentuated by number
less cases In the publlo lands states.
Prof. George R, Chatburn of IJnooln Is
In Washington and will be the guest
of Congressman Sloan for a few days.
Tho president nominated today the fol
lowing for postmasters In Nebraska. R.
F. Howe, Arcadia; Nixon H. Reed,
Butte; A. G. Corey, Fairfield; John Kin
sella, Homingford; Ralph H. Duckworth,
fndlanola; Robert Pate, Mlnden.
Ben cotcr-IV ovini?! "
Miss Nettle Noland, daughter of Mrs.
Margaret Noland, and Doy' Benscoter
were married by Rev. Charles W. Savidgts
on Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at tha
homo of the bride's mother, 1716 Cali
fornia street Mr. and Mrs. J, T. No
land wero tho witnesses.
PARIS, July 6. Miss Marion Deering,
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deer
ing of Chicago, was married here today
to Chauncey McCormtck, also of Chicago,
son of Mr', and Mrs. William McCormlck,
Got anything you'd like to swap?
the "Swappers' Column."
ACCIDENT REPORT FOR IOWA
Twenty-five Occur in Hawkeye State
During Two Says.
UNDER COMPENSATION LAW
Reports Filed Within Fortr-ela-ht
Honrs with Industrial Commii
olon In Accord with rrovislon
of the Nevrly Passed Act.
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Ia., July 6,-(8peclal Tel
egram.) Twenty-five accidents occurred
In Iowa July 1 and I, the first two days
of operation of the workmen's compensa
tion law, according to reports filed In
the office of Warren Garst Industrial
commission. The law requires reports
to be sent In to the capltol within forty
All ot the accidents reported were of
minor nature, and const.ted ot cuts and
bruises. Several workmen had cinders
and other particles lodge In their eyes.
Frnlt Crop Is Not Hi ah Grade.
The reports from the orchards in the
central division of the state are this
month somewhat discouraging as to tho
fruit prospects for Iowa. The hot and
dry weather of the last month has been
bad for the apples and most ot the tree
fruits, and the quality of the crop has
deteriorated rapidly. The small fruit also
has suffered nearly as much.
The corn crop has been making won
derful strides and is standing up well. A
larger part of tha corn Is finished off
tor the season than usual at this time.
Harvest will begin In parts of the state
this week and the small grain Is reported
to be generally good.
neform in Ilnnk Checks.
Reform In the printing of bank checks
Is tha latest mov of the reformers in
Iowa. It is headed by the officials or
the State Banking association, who have
hope that It may be extended to all parts
ot the country. In fact, It will be put up
to tha American Bankers' association at
tho Richmond meeting In October. Tho
plan Is to have the bankers all adopt a
uniform for all bank checks and
drafts, probably having different sixes for
tho various kinds of papers. It Is pointed
out this would bo of very great advantage
to all bankers and all users of bank
State Farm to Dp Developed.
The first work ot the Board of Control
In connection with the new farm Pur
chased near Woodward for the epileptic
village will bo that ot development of
the farm, and to this end the board has
employed P. J. McGutre of Cerro Gordo
county to be superintendent of the farm.
The state will work the farm from the
first and cease renting it out The board
has Just started surveyors out to make
a complete survey and topographical
mapping of the entire fair- i as to get
tha elevations and area J.-iJy for the
work of building, which will commence
as soon as the legislature approves of
the plans made for buildings.
An Insurance Fight Is On.
Ona of tha first of tha Insurance fights
to be started because of tha workmen's
compensation Jaw Is over the right of
the manufacturers of the state to en
gage In mutual Insurance, The outside
casualty companies have caused to be
started at Oskalooea a suit to compel
tha emplyers' mutual company Jto desist
from writing, insurance, on the theory
that tho company la writing poljciea that
violate the law." This Is the first of the
mutual companies to begin work In the
state. The old line casualty companies
ara declared to be much exorcised over
the plan to have much of tha Insurance
carried by tha Iowa employers In mutual
TWO CONFESS PART IN
TRAIN ROBBERY IN OREGON
PENDLETON. Ore., July ".-Albert
Meadows ot Louisville. Ky and Clarence
Stoner of Lincoln county, Wyoming, ad
mitted here today that they, with a bandit
who was killed, hed up the Oregon Rail
road and Navigation's passenger train
near Meacham. Oregon, last Thursday.
"It ia in timo of sickness that clean blood
and right living show their value."
One can begin today to nmko dean blood
and build healthy body and brain proper
food will doit .,
All of the essential body and brain-building
elements are found in
Grapcf-Nute food is made from whole
wheat and malted barley. It contains all the
nutriment of the grain, including the mineral
elements (phosphate of potash, etc) that are
so necessary to health. , j ; .J ..
These elements stored under the crater
coat of the wheat and barley are all retained
in making Grape-Nuts liiitiVi. .
A food for body and brain easily di
gested and appetizing.
There's a Reason"
The slain man, they said, was Charlef
Manning, cousin of Hugh' Whitney, a
notorious desperado. Whitney, the men
said, gave Manning the watch by which
the body at first was Identified 1 that
ot Whitney, himself.
Meadows and Stoner were caught late
last night at Hllgard, Ore., and mott of
their booty was recovered.
Borah Fights to Force
Debate on Treaties
Through OpqU. Meet?
WASHINGTON. July . Senator Borah
of Idaho today began tight in the senate
to force consideration of thn Colombian
and NIcaraguan treaties in open session.
Ha presented a resolution also calling for
the publication of all Investigations by
the foreign relations committee. It was
put over until tomorrow, under the rules.
If I cannot get the consent ot the sen
ate to have this) NIcaraguan treaty con
sidered in the open." said Senator Borah,
I will be forced to disregard the rules of
the senate. I have not attended a single
session ot the committee since the present
hearings began because I did not propose
to submit the results ot my Investigation
to the clamp of secrecy In executive ses
sion. If the NIcaraguan treaty Is brought
out Into the open It will die, as It ought
to die. I believe It Is the outgrowth of
deception, misrepresentation, fraud, tyr
anny and corruption and I'm preparedt to
Senator Borah declared the treaty was
not being negotiated with "the people of
Nicaragua or the oftlcera they have set
up and elected, but with puppets) we our
selves have set up in their government."
Under the rules tha resolution went
over until tomorrow.
A resolution to Investigate how the
secret doings of the committee get Into
the newspapers was adopted.
BAPTIST SPEAKER ATTACKS
THE 'OLOGIES' AND 'ISMS'
KANSAS CITY, Mo., July .-"Tou can't
harness up the holy spirit to work out
your own little private schemes," Rev.
E. W. Hunt ot Boston said at one of the
Oloslng sessions ot the twenty-first con
vention of the Baptist Young People's
Union ot America, p.eettng with the Bap
tist Young People's Union ot the South,
'The problem of the hour today is the
problem of power," he said. "Tha ques
tion of the church Is, 'What has become
of the power of Godr The wealth of the
world Is In our churches. The thlnsr lack
lng Is the power ot God- to build up and
.Dr, F. C. McConpell of Waco, Tex., at
tacked the modern "ologles" and 'isms.'
when he asserted that many ot them
make an attempt to undermine people's
faith In the Bible.
"I am not jiera to defend the Blbo," he
said, . "It 4oa, not need any defense, but
I, bellsve .that many of the 'ologles' and
'Isms' ot today are striking at the very
bulwark ot divine hope and Joy and the
point of attack Is tha Bible."
CURTISS TESTS AMERICA
WITH ONE MOTOR RUNNING
HAMMONPSPORT, N. Y., July .
Glenn Curtlsa today made a test T.lght
In the America, the Rodman Wanamaker
TransatlanUb flying boat with otoly. one
motor running. The machine flew steadily
and but little adjustment of the rudder
was required to offset th torque 6f tha
It had been held that should one motor
stop while the machine was In flight It
would be necessary Immediately to shut
down the other in order to avoia over
turning the craft but Mr. Curtlsa flaw
today with first one propeller stopped and,
then the other without affecting the ma
chine's balance enough to be noticed by
the crowd watching the flight
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