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THi'i BltiL: OMAHA, TUIflHDAY. JUL 14, 191.
The Great July Clearance Sale of Suits
All suits from our regular stock included; there are
no reservations: Gabardine, Taffeta, Moire, Poplin, Serge
and Novelty Weaves go in these four lots:
$7.45, $10.50, $12.50, $14.50
The values are from $19.50 to $95.00
The Store for Shirtwaists Blouses marked down to $1.59, $1.85, $2.10 and $3.95
July Clearance Sale of Women's
and Children's Gauze Underwear
Women's Gnuzo Vests, regular 12Vic
3 for 25c; regulnr 20c, 12c.
Ijisle Vests, plain or hand crochet tops,
50c, special 39c; 65c, special 49c.
Gauze Pantp, lace trimmed, 35c, now 25c.
Gauze Union Suits, 35c, now 25c.
Gauze Union Suits, G5c, now 49c.
Lisle Suits, $1.00. now 79o.
Boys' Coat Shirts and Drawers, regular
50c, now 25c.
Children's Gau7c Shirts and Drawers,
regular 25c, now 10c.
Specials Third Floor
Children's Gowns, Drawers and Romp
ers soiled from showing.
Children's Muslin and Nainsook Gowns,
most all Bizes from 4 to 14 years; regular
prices 50c, 65c, 85c and $1.00.
Tuesday One-Half Price.
Chlldrnn'o Muslin Drawers, regular prices 15c,
20c. 35c and 58c.
Tuesday Ono-Half Price.
Chlldron'u RomporB, ulzeB 2, 3, 4 and 5, regular
prices 85c, ?1.00, 11.50,
Tuesday Ono-Half Price.
One lot ot Women's Fine Nainsook Gowns, low
nock, short sleeves. Regular prices $7.50, $8.26
and $10.00; Tuesday, choice at $8.76, $4.13 and
v HOWARD UA AND SIXTEENTH
EIGHT NEW CANDIDATES FILE
Legislative Mill is Working in the
Best of Order.
SOCIALIST OUT FOR GOVERNOR
Rejected from Federal Eeseire Board
NEW HAYEN BOARD
(Continued from i-agv One.)
ELECTED PRESIDENT OF B( & M.,
MAY NOT TAKE OFFICE.
bills lor service, and who conducted no
litigation to which the railroad was &
party.; extensive use of a' paid lobby In
the matters as to which the directors
claim to havo no Information, the, attempt
to control utterances of the press by
subsidising reporters, payment of money
and the profligate Issue ot free passes to
legislators and their friends, tho invest
ment of HOO.000 In securities, of a New
England newspaper, the regular employ
ment ot political bostes In nhode Island
and other states not for tho purpose of
having them perform, any service, but
to prevent them, as Mr. Mellen expresses
It, from 'becoming active on the other
side; the retention of John U Dilllard
for mors than J2.000.0W In a transaction
In which ho represented the New Haven
and Into which he Inverted not a dollsri
the Inability pf Oaklelsh Thorno to ac
count for H.002,000 of the funds of the
Now Haven entrusted to him In carrying
out the Westchester proposition, the
story of Mr. Mellen as to the distribution
of U.500.000 for corrupt purposes In bring
ing about amendments pf the Westchester
and Tort Chester franchises, the domina
tion ot a!) affairs ot this railroad by Mr.
Morgan and Mr. Mellen and the 'absolute
subordination of other members of the
board ot directors to the will ot theso
two, the unwarranted Increase ot the
New Haven liabilities from P3.0W.000 In
1901 to $117,000,000 In 1013. the Increase In
floating notes from nothing In 1603 to ap
proximately HO.000,000 In 1913, the Indefen
sible standard ot business ethics and tho
absence ot flnscial acumen displayed Ly
eminent financiers In directing the des
tinies of this railroad In Its attempt to
establish a monopoly ot the transporta
tion of New England, A combination of
all these has resulted In the present de
plorable situation In which the affairs of
this railroad are involved."
Mlnorttr Itoiitrrs to Sap,
BOSTON, July 13.-Whlpple, Sears and
Oyden, attorneys representing minority
stockholders of the New York, New
ULSTER READY TO
IF NOT LEFT ALONE
(Continued from Pago One.)
Tho Nationalists, believing tho cannon'
ode to be the prelude to aggressive ac
tion on tho part of the Orangemen, or
ganised for defense, but up till noon no
colllsalon between the parties had taken
While the Orangemen Were attending
church on Sunday and the police were
busy guarding their processions, tho Na
tlonallst volunteers succeeded In bringing
Into the city two automobile loads of
The rifles had been landed at the en
franco to lough Swllly, In the north of
Ireland, by a passing steamer- from
America, under the noses ot the crews
ot a flotilla of deyitroyers lying In the
jambs ir. irosns.
James II. Hustls, who succeeded Charles
a Mellen as president ot the Now York,
New Haven & Hartford railroad, has
been elected president ot the Boston and
Maine railroad. It Is said Mr. Hustls will
not take the new position on account of
the Massachusetts dissolution act.
Youth Under Arrest
for Stealing Jewels
BEATRICES, Neb., July U,-(Bpeclal
Telegram.) Vern Perry, 18 years old, was
arrested at Wymore yesterday on the
charge of entering the home of K. W.
Clancy of this city and stealing diamonds
slued at 1300. He has confessed to the
theft of the Jewels and saya that he
sold some of them at St. Joseph and
some at Omaha. Sheriff Hchelk will ac
company the boy to these cities to see
ho can recover the stolen property.
The boy was In possession of some ot
the Jewels when taken In custody.
Ing New Haven Investments which
proved Unprofitable, brought out by the
Interstate Commerce commission.
"VVe, therefore. in behalf of our cli
ents," (he letters reads, "respectfully de
mand that you Institute' proper legal pro
ceedings to enforce the liability ot di
rectors to the corporation which we have
Damage in Gage!
svocKnoioers or ins r. " pointed out, and such other liability as
Haven & Hartford railroad have de- b dliclol(ed M a rMuIt of a care.
msaucu win uio ujrvciura juui uioi
clients In the suit to recover about 1,
600,00) alleged to have been "vHited by the
tut and thorough Investigation of the
Notice of the proposal ci the minority
stockholders to file such a suit was given
management. The suit, wnlh it Is said
win do niea tms weeu. it io no airncieu , ,.r.i -,.v. ...
against the estate of J. P. Morgan. Will- vw vnnw t.,i.. h t it tt..
lam Rockefeller. Lewis Cass . Led.ys.rd m
and others, who were members ot the I ""M"tr " 'ct'n& J0 , ?
j. . .v.- ,v.. New -iork, New Haven & Hartford.
,..). h- .st utcd WW thtt' un'l er an official
of Inquiry by the Interstate Commerce IrJlXtJT ' U' In,toJtat
commission were made. In a letter to ?.m?t m 1 t ftT'
the director, mode publlo today, the at- ' "t",!me,,t wouW ,.MMd by tho com
torneys refer to the testimony concern'
BEATRICE, Neb., July 13. (Special
Telegram.) A small tornado passed
through a section ot country east ot
here last evening doing considerable dam'
age. A farge silo on tho W. 11. Ruyle
farm was blown down and several build'
ings at the Robert Deist farm were de
stroyed. Shocks ot grain were scattered
in every direction and oorn badly twisted
and broken- down. Halt an inch of rain I
fell during the storm.
DAKOTA SUPREME COURT
UPHOLDS TWO NEW LAWS
Not. Notes of West Point.
WEST POINT. Neb., July 12.-(Spe-
clal.) The first Chautauqua ever held at
West Point will be opened here on July
31. The local officers elected are:
President. O. C. Anderson: vice presl-
PIERRE, H. D.. July l3.-(Speclal Tele- dent. p. M. Moodle: treasurer. A.
ram.)-Artlcles pf Incorporation wreUValtt; secretary. W. H. Harstlck.
rued toaay tor tne ureenvwo a oputn- John pcherer. councilman for the
western railway company to build a line Thlrd wttrd of tho clty, has tendered his
MITCHELL POLICE FORCE
HOBO CROWD TO MOVE ON
MITCHELI B. D., July 13.-(Stec!al.)T-
Tnree hundred hoboes, riding Into the
city yesterday morning on an early
freight train from Sioux City, marched
In a body to the city hall, demandlnr of
the police force that they bo fed. Their
demands wore refused by Chief of Police
A ood Smith, who, angered by the refusal
of the crowd to move out of town, placed
their ringleader under arrest. The oth
ers, cowed by the show of force, returned
peacably to the station and were loaded
on the box cars going north to Aberdeen.
Hundreds ot hoboes and harvest hands
are dally passing through Mitchell on
their way north. The demand for harvest
hands In this vicinity has already been
Realize this ambition, when
assisted bv Cuticura Oint
ment, by keeping your scalp
clean and free from dandruff,
itching and irritation.
Samples Free by Mall
CuUcurt gasp sal CMntmtM wii tfencthaut Us
vwU. libml tucpttcl txcb mUltd tn. IU l-s.
AS4fM4 -CuiMor. no, mnvom.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
FOR A NEW DAKOTA ROAD
PIERRE. S. D., July ll-8peclal Tele.
gram.) John Hayes, who has been held
lu Jail at Fort Pierre for several months
since being brought back from Vancou
ver, B. C, on a charge of bank wreck'
Ing finally secured a bond for appear
ance In cojirt and has been released from
Mr. J. A. Ulllott,
BEATRICE. Neb.. July ll-(Bpeolal.)-
Mrs. J. A. Elliott died suddenly Saturday
at her home two miles northeast of Be
atrice ot heart trouble, aged TO years,
Che Is survived by her husband and one
son. David Elliott.
B. O. Ramblers Heat Woodbine.
The South Omaha Ramblers Journeyed
to wooaoine, ia., nunaay ana trimmea
tne nome team to tna chatter or 8 to
The feature ot the game was the Ditch
lug of M Roneka and the timely hHtlng
of the Ramblers. Score:
Ramblers I 0 1 0 3 0 3 0 0-S
woodbine .. -....J o o 1 o l o 0 3-6
Batteries: Ramblers. M Raneka and
Hansen, Woodbine, Lacy, Atkins and
George C. Porter of Scott'a Bluff
Present Ftllnir W. (. Thnmp
aon Asks IVe for Atdlnir in
Pure Food Prosecntlon.
(From a Ktaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., July 13. Special.)
Tho filing mill was working in good
shape this morning and as a result, eight
candidates for office shoved their fillngw
Into the hopper and the secretary of state
placed his seal of official approval upon
John A. Robertson of Joy, who served
in the last session of the legislature as
a democrat, has filed by petition for re-
nomination to represent the Twenty-
fourth district In the senate at the next
session. This district Is composed ot tho
counties of Boyd, Holt, Garfield, Wheeler
and Kcya Paha.
E. E. Must! of Hayes Center, a repub
lican, would like to secure the nomina
tion for representative on the republican
ticket from the Seventieth district. This
district was represented in the last ses
sion by Fred Hoffmelster, a democrat
and Is composed ot -Chase, Perkins and
L. Olson of Emerson wants to get on
the democratlo ticket as a candidato for
representative in the Twenty-first sena
torial district, composed of the counties
of Harlan, Fumas, Oospor and Phelps,
represented In the last session by the
eloquent presiding officer, Jack Grace.
William L. Davidson of Champion
wants the nomination for state repre
sentative from the Seventieth district.
tho same one which Mr. Muofl, above
mentioned, wants to represent The
voters are kindly requested to select one
of the gentlemen.
Will Brookloy, who ably set forth the
principles of democracy In the last ses
sion ot the senate and who lives at Ed
gar, is represented in the filings today
by a petition of his fellow citizens, who
want him to run again. He halls from
the Nineteenth district, composed of the
counties of Adams and Clay.
Oeorgo C. Porter wants to be governor
of Nebraska and lives In Morrill, Scott's
Bluff county. He picks his train over
the socialist route.
James A, Woodcock of South Eloux
City flics tot tho socialist nomination
for congress in the Third district.
W, C. Thorno of Glenwood thinks tho
progressive ticket would look pretty good
with his name on It and files for the
senato from the Twentieth district. Thfs
district was represented tn tho last ses
sion My Rev. George W. Hummel of Red
Cloud, who made four speeches In the
last session and every one ot them
mighty good ones. This district Is com
posed of tho counties of Nuckolls, Web
ster and Franklin.
Thompson Wnnta a Fee.
W. II. Thompson has filed a voucher
with the state auditor for $S0 for services
porformed .by tho state In the cases
brought by the food commission against
Mlko Svantnor, tho St. Paul butcher boy
who pleaded guilty to selling cholera
hogs to customers. Ho was fined 3300.
Hall Mm to Dn Moluea.
Railway Commissioner Henry Clarke.
Rate Expert U. G. Powell, W. W. Rloh-
ordaon of the Beatrice creamery com
pany and others will leavo here tomor
row to attend meetings of tho Interstate
Commerce commission In Des Moines,
where the question of rates la to be
taken up which Nebraska Is interested.
Vsrmer Fusts Thirty-Two Day.
AVOCA, Ncb July lS-(Speclal.)-Georga
Hauptman, a farmer living several miles
south of this city, In Otoe county, has
Just finished a thirty-two-day fast. This
spring he became 111. and his physician
said his trouble was appendicitis, and
wented to operate on him, but he refused
to submit to an operation. His physi
cian Instructed him to diet, and for thirty-
two days he has been existing on the Juice
ot one orange and water. Mr. Hauptman
believes he has . been benefitted by the
fast, as each day he has gained In
weight. He will soon begin to eat his
three meals per day,
July 13. Thomas ti.
banker ot Chicago,
who was named by
President Wilson na
a member ot the
federal rose rve
board, was rejected
by the senato bonk
ing and currency
committee by a vote
Tho roost wonderful thine In the world
Is love expressed in the helpless Infant.
And among those aids and comforts for
expectant mothers Is tho well known
This Is an external application to
enable the abdominal muscles to become
more pliant, to expand naturally without
undue pain from the strain upon cords
In almost every settled community are
women whq have enjoyed the blessing of
this famous remedial and helpful embro
cation, Their daughters have grown up
to learn 'of Its spleiidld assistance.
Applied aa directed upon those muscles
Involved It soothes tho fine network of
nerves with which all the muscles are
supplied. Thds a great share ot the pains
so much dreaded may be avoided and the
period of expectancy passed through In
ease and comfort.
Anything that adds so much comfort
must be counted na a blessing Indeed.
In a little book sent by mall much use-
iui jBiormauon is given to Inexperienced
mowers, it tens now to use
Friend" and how in vnM
of 7 to 4. This Is Mr. , A.? J&? for book to"
Wilson's first defeat , aMmuT OiT 7' "K'i
THOMAS D. JONES.
NOTES FROM FULLERT0N
AND NANCE COUNTY
FlILLBRTON, Neb., July 13.-(SpecIal)-
The fifteenth annual chatauqua opens at
Fuller's park on August 14. This Is the
oldest and largest chautauqUa In the
central west and each year It brings
thousands of people from all over the
country to the beautiful natural park
west of this city to spend their vacation,
Dr. A. L. Blxby, the poet-philosopher and
an old newspaper man of this city, will
be the opening speaker.
W. H. Kramer, an attorney of Genoa,
has been appointed to fill the unexpired
term of Morgan Jt Flaherty, clerk of the
district court for Nance county, who died
two weeks ago.
The large new Odd Fellow building
In this city is being completed this week
and will be ready for occupancy soon.
The building is two stories In height.
00x80, made of pressed . brick, with a
large store room on the first floor and
a lodge room and banquet hall on the
The various heirs of the estate of
Alonso' Thompson, the millionaire spirit
ualist who died In Denver a year ago and
whose last Illness was surrounded with
so much notoriety, have been In session
In this city during the last week and, with
their attorneys, have been trying to untie
the various .legal knots, allow claims
against the estate, .etc. Albert Thompson
ot this city is the executor.
Notes from Beatrice.
BEATRICE, Neb., July 11 (Special.)
A special election will be held at Adams
next Tuesday for tho purpose of voting
on a proposition to Issue light and water
bonds to the amount of 313,000. At the
present time the town Is wholly without
protection against fire.
Harry Gohde and Miss Anna Wlttulskl,
both of this city, were married here Fri
day by Father Boll ot St Joseph's Cath
Ray Heffeltlnger ot this city Saturday
filed for the nomination of sheriff of this
county on the republican ticket. Bo far
three candidates have filed for this office
on the republican ticket and four on the
M. L. Powers, C. A. Gllllland, J. Ed C.
Fisher and his two sons, members 'of the
Nee-Haun-Cheo Canoe club ot this city.
will leave Wednesday morning on a canoe
trip ot 300 miles. They shipped their
canoes to Seward today and from that
point win travel down the Blue river to
C. L. Brewster, for the last few yearn
captain of Company C ot this city, has
tendered his resignation. The company
will hold a meeting next Tuesday even
ing to elect his successor. '
of road from Rosholt to -Greenville, In
resignation to the council. It has been
Day county as part: of the Falrmount aUcovered it Mr. Pscherer's connee
7. 5L.VBU,!".n' ."Mtlon with the mall service aa a rural
350.000 and the Incorrators are Julius I ,er preciudes his serving the city as
VZ?r -"Sl-.r. T,': councilman
nnneapoiis, vv xv. iiuiunnuii, ew iui,
Teorirn IT Anderson. Beblen.
nsna nam oi uniom.
Btlftr nepnlilleane Name Delegates. " . . "St. -WJ-
DAVID CITY, Neb,, July 13. (Bpedal) Ano oc,u reimimcnn wm uom a caucua
The republicans of uutler county held a
county mass convention in the court
house here Oaturday. It was an enthus
iastic and harmonious meeting and the
attendance was large considering the
busy season. The county central com
mittee was reorganized and delegates
elected to the state convention to be held
In Lincoln July S3. Thero was no reference
to former facttonal differences, although
It was understood that the state dele
gation Is about equally divided between
what was known as the progressive and
standpat elements of the party In 1913.
L 11 Doty was elected chairman ot the
county central committee and J. F. Albtn
was elected secretary-treasurer.
The following were ejected as delegates
to the sUte convention: I. E. Doty, C. D.
Cal, George Hahn, P. C Lehr, Chr
Klndler. A. C. Kunkee, IT. J, Hall, G. W.
Burgess, J. A. Dobson. F. W. Howser.
wiuiam Jiusencuer ana joaepa uui. Jij
ternates. C. E. Davenport, F. J. Zeman
and W. Flansburg.
In the village hall Friday evening, July
17. to elect delegates to the county con
vention, nominate local officers and
transact such other business e may
pioperly come before the convention.
The threshing has commenced locally,
and the wheat has a high test und Is
averaging twenty-five bushels per acre
Corn s looking fine.
John Hays Get nelease.
PIERRE, S, D., July 13.-Bpelal Tele-
gram.) In the supreme court today Judge
Cates holds that the hunting license aot
of the state Is constitutional In the case
from Hamlin county In which Joe Klrby
was fined for hunting without a license,
and on appeal the lower court Is sust
In the habeas corpus application of Wll
Ham Hofert toteat the auto license act.
Justice Polly sustains 'the constttu
tlonallty- of that license act holding that
it is . not discriminatory or unconstltu
Horns It la too
1st to give
It Is ear dsslre In this notice simply
toetilyear sttentlon to tbs fact that
all of oar I iclluiss sre at your service
and that you may call upoa us i it any
hour of the day or nlghU with the
certainty et thoughtful aad eossUUr
The time to think of these things Is
Sow not when yen are sabnergsd
34th and Dodg Fnons DoK. 3901
Ouly One "UHOaiO QUININE."
To get the genuine, call tor full um,
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look
for signature ot E. W. GROVE. Cures
a Cold la One Day. 3S I
Wheat harvest la practically over here.
The grain turned out well, estimates
running from five to twenty-five bushels
TECUMSEH, Neb., July 11 The an
nouncements have been Issued for the
eighth annual assembly of the Tecum sen
Chautauqua association August T to 18.
Tho Tecum sen Chautauqua Is one of the
few independent ehautauquas ot the
state, the most of them being, promoted
by lecture bureaus. The society has a
capital stock of 320,000, and. despite
adverse conditions confronting most meet
ings ot tho kind the last few years, has
paid out and has a little money on hand.
Substantial buildings have been erected
on the grounds, including an auditorium
which will seat 1.800 people, wells with,
pump, etc. By the time the meeting is
in progress this year the management
has the promise ot property owners and
the city that a continuous concrete walk,
from the publlo square to the grounds,
some eight or nine blocks, will be In. I
ONE DEATH FROM HEAT
IN LINCOLN SUNDAY
LINCOLN. Neb., July 11 One death
here yesterday from the heat In the hot
test day ot the year, when the official
temperature of 103 degrees was recorded.
Government thermometers on the streets
recorded a maximum of 110 degrees. The
heat wave was general over the central
portion of the state, Beatrice reporting an
official temperature of 10S and Fremont
a maximum of 104.
THE OMAHA BEE
THB HOME PPEE.,
I short Sea Rouxe
OAWEKTrf lAMTTC". ,
iii . mil SsBHil IwWi Bwitsra
Heavy Rain at Oxford.
OXFORD. No., July 13. (Speclsl.)-A
fine soaking rain of L85 Inches visited
this part of the country Sunday after
noon, practically all of lt'falllng inside ot
an hour. Some hall accompanied It. but
not enough to do any serious damage.
Corn is In splendid shape, and farmers
are cutting their second crop ot alfalfa.
Artificial Ice at Pavrneeu
PAWNEE CITY, July It (Speclal.)-
Work on the erection ot the artificial ice
plant of the Nelll Pure Ice company
ot this city Is being rapidly pushed U
an effort at completion by August 1
Heretotor Ice has been secured from
Turkey creek, the supply from which
source generally being exhausted before
fall. The plant wilt commence operation
with an output of about seven tons dally
Manager George Nelll has abandoned
until next year the project of the addition
to the plant ot a cold storage department
Do Tonr Fear Consumption T
Dr. King's New Discovery will help
cure your cough or cold, no matter how
chronlo It la Try It today. GOo aad L
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Everybody reads Bee Want Ads.
Hold Your Picnic at;
Dancing, Boating and Other
Freo Moving Pictures Every
Free Band Concerts Every
Omaha vs. Wichita
aouxxs vaszc i
July 13, 14, 18, 10.
Monday, July 13, Ladles' Day. 4
Games Called at If p. a.
Tkc Fattl Driik far all Axes Otters are IraltatieH
Flats and Apartments
are to be found in a day witKout; work,
worry or weariness if the right method is
The right method is the simple one of reading The
;Bee's classified columns headed "Apartments and Flats."
Listed here, in today's Real Estate Section, are the
choicest offerings of Omaha's house owners and agents.
And right now good places arer enting.very
reasonable. - '
Opportunities in apartments and flats of
all sizes in every location furnished or un
furnished are matter of daily occurence
You can make double sure of getting in touch with
them by inserting an ad of your own. This means a
simple statement of your requirements, which, when ;
ready, you can leave with any drug store, The Bee
office, or -
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