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TIIE BKE: O.MAJJA, SA'LTHDAY, JlLY 11, 1014.
July Clearance Specials for Saturday
Women's Summer Underwear Reduced
HE PUT RALPH PETERS OUT OF,
I STATE GOLF MATCH. j
Women's Ready-to-Wear Apparel-Section
Saturdayfvill be a groatjday to obtain seasonable, dependable apparol at prices greatly
reduced.- Astoe have previously .announced, we are making our semi-annual clearance of
apparel,?aswo;. start each 'season with an entirely new stock.
AU oiuliigh grade band-tailored suits are offered in this sale at reduced prices; excep
tionalyriluck, at .
; ' $10.50. $12.50 and $14.50
,;.v : Wash Dresses
ry summer dress, nomatter how recently received, is offered at prices reduced as
much a3 y2Qtt. The dress prices are from $2.50 to S22.50 for dresses worth from
$4.95 to $45.00.
.. COATS, SKIRTS and KIMOtfAS are on sale at gonuine reduced prices. . It is a
"Thompson ahd Bclden real bargain giving oveht.
The Store for Shirt Waists
Is in the July Clearance Sale. Two tables with' new values for $1.59 and $1.85
are offered. ' '
Womens Gauze Vests, l2Vc value, Special. .. . . .3 for 25(5
Gauze Vests, 20c value, Special 12Vc
Lisle Vests, 50c value, Special : .V ". 39c
Lisle Vests, 65c value, Special . . : 49c
Gauze Union Suits, 35c value, Special . . . 25c
Gauze Union Suits, 65c value, Special 49c
Lisle Union Suits, $1.00 value, Special , . . . 79c
Sale of Hosiery
White and Black Gauze
Lisle Uoso, "Pointex Heel,"
39c quality, 25 C a pair.
Clean-up of broken lines in
BLACK Lisle Hose, 50c quali
ties, at 35c a pair 3 pairs
Dress Shield Special
Klinerts Juno Dress Shields
sizes 3 and 4, at 18c a pair.
Naiad Shields, sizes 3 and
4, at ISc a pair.
toilet Goods Specials
"White Celitlloid Powder
Boxes with puff, 25c value,
Saturday, 6c each.
Colgate's English Process
Soap, Saturday, 9c a cake.'
Toilet 'Powder, assorted
odors, 25c'values at 10c.
Sale of Pennants
and Pillow Tops
Your choice of any 75c or
$1.00 Pennant, 25c.
; ' .Your choice of any $2.00 or
'S2.25 Pillow, 98c.
Your choico of any 15c
Felt Armband, 5c.
-2500SILIt-BEMNANTS IN MONDAY'S GREAT
, V: OLEARAWAY SALE.
Wevcannot give detaih here. Waist and dress lengths
aro in"thd majority. As is our usual policy EVERY
REMNANT MUST GO ! This means some sweeping re
(tactions. See Sunday papers for full particulars.
Copies of Imported Models
$5.(0, $6.75 and $7.50
6f Golf, Tennis and Outing Hats
50c, 65c, 95c and $1.25
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT SECOND FLOOR.
Sale White Waist Linens
60c 30;inbh Waist Linen,
25c a yard.
60c 36-inclr Waist Linen,
30c a yard.
July Sale Turkish Towels
. 85c Imported Turkish
Towels,- 59 c each.
" 45c Turkish-. Towels, 25c
Pink, Blue, Orange and"
SHiDQ a Pvair.
ELW LENGTH SILK
GLOViijSKayser make,; all
Bizosnitftote, $1.00 pair.
Specials From the Men's Section
Sale of Men's Underwear
20 dozen of tle Iinportod Knoipp Linen
Mesh Shirts and Drawers, made in Denmark
of pure Irish linen yarns; all $3.00 gar
All the $2.50 garments $1.65
50 dozen of Men's Lisle and Balbrigga.n
Shirts and Drawers, values to 75c; Satuf-day-for-
jfleji's'$2.60:hih grade Union Suits $1.35
Men's $1.50 high grade Union Suits $1.1-5
Men's $1.0Q high grade Union Suits. . .85c
50 dozen Men's $1.00 and $1.50 high grade
Coat Shirts, soiled from showing, sizes 14 to
17; on sale Saturday 49c
Your ohoice of any $1.50 or $2.00 high
grade Coat Shirt in our stock, Saturday
Men's 50c Wash Neckwear, 35c, 3 for $1.
'Men's 25c Wash Neckwear, 17c, 3,fbr 50c.
Men's 50c Muslin Night Robes, 45c.
Men's 50c Silk Hose, 35c, 3 for $1.
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
set Covers, lace or
med, regular 35c,
39c and 49c val
Corset Covers that sold at
69c and 89c, Saturday 39c t
each Third Floor.
50c a Pair
Chamoisette Gloves, good
wearing, good fitthig and
good looking. Long or short,
at 50c a pair.
ARMED BANDITS BLOW SAFE
(Continued from Page One.)
-- if" " i .
Wilson fPuts Burden
for Delay in Forming
BankSlard on Senate
WASIIINcjfl, July 10Presldent Wl
eon will make up nomination for the.
federal reserve board In place of Paul
VMnr. oPNew York until the senate
takes definite action on his name. Mr.
Wllrf0n ejpeof thuitople the rc
ponslblllty oh the' senate for leaving
That Is presidents position In his fight
with ,!)) senate.- pver Mr. Warburg's
nomination, as expressed' today by of
ficials' In hfs 'confidence, Mr. Warburg
haa finally decided that ho will not ap.
pear personally , Wore the banking com
mittee to be, qross-oxomlnod, and the
president la backing him In that stand.
The nomination or Thomas D. Jones,
which the banking- commlttoe has voted
to report adversely,5! in a different posi
tion. A fight fp.r h,ls confirmation may
be conducted In a minority report.
WASHINGTON. July 10.-8pclal Tele,
gram.) John p, Klrkbush, appointed post
master of Osterdock, Clayton county.
Jowa, -vice John MoVer. resigned.
Poatofflce established at Flat Top,
county, Wyoming, with W. I. Funk as
Jacob M." Wood of Herrlck, S. D., ap-
i-iMiuou leucner 01 inaian acnooi at l'ino
Hinge, -H. D.
The sertArv nf tUm.
awarded the contract for the construction
y iho puDiio uuuumc ni rasper, wyo..
to C. Jt. Inpian of Casper, at $13,7S5.
Toilet Articles and Drugs at
2Dc Rlcksicker's Skin-SOuii
-0 f J.
25c 4711 MhilA Tlnftn nivraplnu aa
2.60 Thorrhos Doaies. quaru o
25c Mennen Talc Powder .jx.jJo
i:j5 Bath Spfays- . . , .
SDc Castorla f- ' Z&S
25o Sanltol Tooth Pasta , A S
80c 1-lb. Can DoMars Talcum Powder f AS
7Bc Bath Brushes ; , , , , tJli
1.00 Plnaud'B Vegetal Lilac .-...'.! M ! ax
350 Peroxide Hydrogen
Durham Duplex Safety Uajsors -.'SS
11-00 LeBlle-fiafety Rarors-; .. -4HS
J 00 Autlseptlo Haxora l . . . . " ' , SVV
SOc.Fltch'B Alr Tonic '......! oA
2-t Fltch'B fjhamuoo Boan . . . . . '
Uromo Seltzer , rVool-i
BOc Canthror JC' 17i 33J- and G7
2BC CrtorLlttio Live; PiilV ' "J
76c Jad .8aUs ., ,. . - V V " : ' ' 1C
1 Pound Powdered Borax .. ' n
?5LD-Urhan? 8a,et.y llfzor' nwothi,GuVettV-and GUlette
" - SPECIAL SATURDAY
lfie Edward Gfito Cigars, 2 for
Box qf CO for , .'.''
15c Prlnclpo Do Galea Cigars, 2 Tor "
i, . Box of 50 for
WhoIe,8aler,and Retailert In Photographic Suppl
'Follow The Beaton Path"
Beaton Drug ,Co.
15th and Farnam Sts.
REBS WILL THROW
' MEN AGAINST CITY
(OontjBtMA frum lnge One.)
Iiai56lum?j wnieh,' '.eallled out of Ouada.
isjsra. fin pUleli iaa mat by ths fersea
Pf Ganecal fiolq Ulaneo, I report they
Uava bea aHtltain dispersed, They made
a shameful flight. The number of killed
It Is Impossible to estimate. We fought
over some 100 kilometers. We are now
engaging the scattered bands which have
fled to the mountains. ' All the federal
artillery was found scattered over tho
country covered by the battle."
Obregon said ho was certain his own
losses, the extent of.'whlch was stilt un
known to him, ivouldj be small because
of the feeble federal resistance. He said
no prominent constitutionalist officers
Grnnral Carrnhaa Leave' "Tampion,
TAIPICO, Mexico, July, 9.-- Via' Laredo.
Tox, July I0.)-Oeneral Jesus Carrania
and staff loft hern today for Ban Luis
Potosl, followed' by two military trains
bearing l.&oo troops. The railroad tracks
were reported repaired within twenty
five miles of San X.uls Potosl. The ad
vance guards of tho constitutionalists, It
la said, were already attacking federals
In the suburbs of the city.
With heavy fighting around San Iuls
Potout already In progress. It was esti
mated here that 10,000 constitutionalists
soon would make a combined attack.
NEW HAVEN AND OTHER
STOCKS DROP SHARPLY
NEW YOMC July 10,-New Haven
stocks registered a new low prlco today,
falling to 6fli soon after the opening of
the market. New York, Ontario & West
ern, controlled by the New Haven, also
sold at Its lowest price. Several of the
Gould Issues established new low records,
as did Chesapeake & Ohio.
New Haven later fell to-60i. but re
gained part of Its loss.
A striking feature of the early session
was the Urge number of "flat sales" of
stocks and bonds, Indicating that sellers
were waiving Interest pending actual de
livery of the securities some ten to
twenty days hence. This suggested for
eign liquidation of an enforced or Im
perative character and was attributed In
part to Amsterdam.
Cole played tho wedding march and tho
cuupie were attended by Miss Fern Bar
ber and John Clary. Tho bride was beau
tifully gownod In white crepe du cheno.
She lcs tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
O. Edwards of this city. A dainty wed
ding luncheon was- scrvod after the cere
mony. Mr. and Mrs. Bradehaw departed
for Bloomlngton, ffob,. to spend a honey
mooh. They will , make , their homo In
PAIRBUltY, Neb.. July la-Speelal.)-Jess
Bradshaw and Miss Mao Edwards,
two popular young people of this city,
were married by Jtev. J. K. Shellen
berger of the Christian church. Miss
Permit Cancelled by
WASHINGTON, July 10. Secretary
Garrison has enforced for the first time
the now army regulations governing war
correspondents 'In the case of Fred Boalt,
an American writer with Funston's bri
gade at Vera Cnir. Jle was charged with
sending out sensational and untrue dis
patches. Secretary Garrison has revoked
his credentials as a correspondent with
tho field army 'and ordered his deporta
tion to the United States.
As the dispatches In question also in
volved the navy, Secretary Garrison haa
stayed the execution of his order while
Secretary Daniels has opportunity for In
At the War department It waa said
the official records show Boalt to be ac
credited to, the Cleveland (O.) Press.
Pressure on China
LONDON, julrlfl Warning that troublo
may result from China's refusal to sign
the convention In regard to what terri
tory shall compose outer and Inner Tibet.
waa Issued to China; today by Sir Ed
ward Grey, the British foreign secretary.
Sir Edward, speaking In the lfous of
"If China does not sign, but resorts to
an aggressive policy the consequences
must be disastrous for China. There
certainly will be grave trouble on the
Indian frontier which will require Great
Britain to take up the matter seriously
with the government of China."
The Darjelllng conference at which
representatives of Great Britain, Tibet
and China have been discussing the sub
ject of Tibetan autonomy, has been In
session since last fall and a convention
was recently drafted and presented for
signature to the three governments.
Wilson TnUea Long; Walk.
WASHINGTON, July lO.-Presldent Wll-
son took a long walk today about the
business streets of the capital, mingling
freely wtlh the crowd and stopping to
look into, shop windows.
Bee Wont Ads Produce Results.
in Alaska Peninsula
in Active Eruption
SEWABD. Alaska. Julv lO.Fnrth... .1.-
talls of the tremendous volcanlo activity
in progress along the Alaskan, peninsula
west of Seward and reaching to the Aleu
tlan Islands, were cl
tain McMullen of the steamer- Dlrlgo,
wnicn orougnt nrst news of the outburst.
Observations made by the crew of the
Dlrlgo showed that a new crater had
opened on the north side of Mount Bhts
haldln, the most westerly of the three
peaks reported In eruMIon. Vlntvlno lava
had cut a wide path through the snow for
mues aown tne side of the mountain. A
strong westerly wind-blew a heavy cloud
of amoko from the mountain. Mount
Bhlaldln, which Is on Unlmok island, is
One Of thn Tnnmt .tlva ,.! . ...
- u .uibnuwi I II me
world and has been In almost continuous
eruption ror years.
Pavlof volcano, on the Alaska penin
sula, west of Shumaglh Island, 10 miles
Oft Mount Shlshald
when the Dlrlgo passed. Tho action of
ravior waa peculiar, the mountain throw
ing out a black ash. A lleht full nt wHlMi
was noticed on the Dlrlgo. Pavlof, which
is less active than Shlshaldln. has not
been In eruption slnco 1912.
The Passengers on th nirin . . i.i -u..
fishermen reported two of the six craters
In the mountain ridges west of Cook Inlet
Known as Mount Katmal, have been emit
ting dense volumes of sulphur laden
smoke, but none of the other craters has
been active. When the Dlrlgo was at
Cold bay, thirty miles west of the vol
cano, a week ago, the smell of sulphur
was strong, but the smoke coming from
the mountain was eo thick that the ex
tent of the eruption could not be de
termined. The volcanoes are so remote from civ
ilization that no accuratn rcrnM r-nn Yw.
kept of their activities, but It is believed
mai me present activity began late In
May. as tho weather inr th.n h.
similar to that following the first vio
lent ouiDurst or Katmal July , 1912. when
Kodlak island and tho adjacent mainland
was covered with a dn ivp of vni.
For more than six weeks the sky has
been overcast with heavy clouds high In
the a'.r and there has hn mnr. th.n
the usual amount of rain. After a heavy
rain three weeks ago a yellow deposit
was observed on the surface, of tha .
This Is believed to have been sulphur dust
mrown out by the volcanoes hundreds of
miles west of here.
Rp.nera! Wood Gori to firvr York.
WASHINGTON. Julv 10.-Malnp nn.
eral Wood bade official farewell to Presl
dent Wilson today before leaving for
Governor's Island to take command of
tho Department of tho East
near Klondyke, on tho river bank. They
entered the American express car and
forced the express messenger, J. G. Nich
olson, to stand with his face to the wall
whllo they blew both doors from tho
While this work was going on a track
walker, said to be William Christopher,
appeared. Tho robbers announced they
would take him prisoner.
When the train first stopped at the
command of tho bandits, tho conductor,
A. U Mudd, and William Glass, train
auditor, got off to learn tho trouble.
"Wo were greeted with a fusillade of
shots," said Mudd, "and were told to
stay In the coaches, We stayed In. I
thought I sdw five or six mert, but of
this! am mot ixisltivd." i
, I'nmM'hTrcTH fot Molrnted.
The Engineer, tho fireman and the ex
press messenger say there were only two
robbers. The bandits made no effort
to molest the passengers, whom they
warned to keep heads Inside the windows.
The express messenger refused to discuss
tho robbery saylnjr that the rules of the
company enforced sllenco on htm. So
fur as known nothing was taken except
the contents of tho express safe, Mudd
said ho Baw several pieces of Jewelry on
the floor of the express car after tho
robbery. Tho packages stolen were con
signed to Texas and way polntB.
Tho bandits are thought to have crossed
the Missouri river near the scene of the
robbery and to havo started south,
Emll Alunan, constable, said the. train
crew told him the bandits carried away
a sack of silver weighing fifty pounds.
.Nahum T. Brown, general agent here
for the American Express company, said
there was no shipment of money In the
express safe, but that there were a few
packages of Jewelry, the value of which
he would not estimate
SCARE FOR DESM0IHB8 COPS
Excitement in Capital at Humor of
State Treasury Robbery..
huhry run to state house
Ufflrer PI nit tnrnr Number of M"it
Mcoiilnu on (i round-, hut None
Wn Found Who Looked !
I.Ike Milium limn.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DBS MOINHS, July 10.(f?peclal Telo
pram.) nutnora of another attempt .it
bi-c-uklng into thu vnults of the state
treasury, caused somn excitement In po
lice circles In early morning hours toiay.
Tho pollco received word the men- had
been overheard talking about tho caso
with which the treasury might bo borken
Into. Tho police found on the stato housa
grounds a large number of persons sleep
ing there to escape the heat and many
were arrested, but n suspicious char
acter was found.
Tho state treasury lins now been
equipped with analarm system.
Former Jlnyor of Burlington Demi.
BURLINGTON, la., July 10. Dr. J, S.
Caster, former mayor of Burlington,
widely known In Masonic. Odd Fellow and
other fraternal organization circles, died
hero this morning.
The most desirable furnished rooms are
advertised In The Bee. Get a nice cool
room for the summer.
REED WINS FROM PETERS
(Continued from Pago One.)
mado Heed lead with four up. Reed holed
a long putt on nine for 5 up. On ten,
Peters drove 'into tho creek nnd barely
halved the. hole with an excellent ap
proach and a long putt.
Peters won eleven, but could not' re
cover the lead.
JohiiNon Taken Early Lend.
After halving tho first hole, Johnson
took tho second, third and fourth holes
In succession by a stroke each. They
halved tho fifth and sixth and Johnson
mado It 4 up when he took long torn with,
a S. Johnson took tho eighth with a
5, Foye landing In the creek, and missing
his second shot for the green. They
halved nine with 4 each, and Johnson took,
ten, halved eleven and twelve, lost thir
teen and halved fourteen, winning tho
match 6 up and 4 to play. Their medal
Johnson . ,
Out 5 3 5 6 B 3 5 5 4-40
In ,.3 6 6 5 4
Out 5 4 G 6 5 3 6 6 445
In 5 5 5 4 4
IlcjiiolilB nentn DoTrns.
Sam P-cynolds, the touted Field club
player, who has been doped as winner
of the tournament, easily disposed of P.
II. Downs, the Field club youth", by 8 up
anad 7 to play. Reynolds had the better
of his younger opponent all the way, and
won tho match handly.
Hughes and Hale fought a hard match,
for tho honor of playing Into the semi
finals, Hughes winning the match on tha
twenty-first hole. Hale has gone extra
holes on every ono of his matches In the
championship flight. Ho won from J. B.
Rohm In the first round at the twentieth
hole, and from Folsom at the twentieth
hole. With Hughes he halved the nine
teenth and the twentieth by long putts,
but lost the twenty-first by a bad ap
For tho first time In tho history of the
Nebraska, stato championship Happy-Hollow
club will have a contender In .tho
finals. There is little difference between
Reed anad Johnson, so far as dope Is
concerned. Reed defeated other, players
of the club for the club-championship
last year, with ease, but Johnson Is play
ing; a strong game, and, ho an even break
tor tne nna:s.
Following arfe the results of morning
Albert Cahn. sr., beat E. T. Manning,
4 - and 3.
i K. W. Bock beat M. J. Swartz, nine
C. H. Marley beat F. M. Sherwood,
1' u- , .
I'aui stott neat w. u. Rooerts, i ana
Conrad bent Polcor, 4 and 3.
Ross beat F. W. Porter. 1 up.
Shafer beat Epeneter, 2 up.
A. F. Porter beat F. I. Elllck, S and 2.
John Morris beat F. L. MeCoy, 2 up.
Al. Cahn, Jr., beat Herbert McCoy, de
fault. George Wright beat F. Potter, 2 and 1.
R. M. Laverty beat I. C. Leffler, 2 and 1.
Wkent Yield In Jefferson.
FAIRBURT. Neb., July 10. (Special. )
Hundreds of threshing machines are op
erating In Jefferson county and farmers
are threshing their grain from the shock.
"Wheat Is yielding on an a vertigo of
twenty-five to thirty bushels per acre.
There la somo disappointment among tha
farmers in Jefferson county as tho yield
Is not as high oa wob expected. Tho
yield will equal that of last year. Oata
promises to excel that of former yenrs.
Jefferson county farmers havo lnlshcd
corn plowing and their attention Is taken
up with threshing. Corn Is unusually
far advanced for this time of year and
many fields are already In tassel.
MEN OF OMAHA
Get in line for the two extraordinary
values offered SATURDAY by Leon
I N THE
U P TO
BE ON HAND EARLY SATURDAY
"EVERYBODY KNOWS LEON'S"
Opposite Schlltz Hotel 315 South 16th
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