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run nitiM; u.MiiAt ritnDAV, july 23, 1914.
The July Sale of Women's Apparel
A gonuino clearance of new, desirable apparel for well
Twice a year we clear our stock thoroughly so as to bo
gin each seo son with an cntirc-iy new stock of new styles.
The reductions are genuine.
Dainty, attractive, cool, all reduced in price, some aj
much as one-half price:
$1.95 to $22.50
The Store for Shirtwaists
, Summer Blouses reduced to $1.85, $2.10 and $3.95.
All our expensive and exclusive embroidered voiles, organ
dies and silk waists are reduced.
July Sale White
76c 36-in. Linen Suiting 50c
$1.00 48-inch Ratine Linen
Suiting for 75c
$1.00 48-inch Momio Linen
Suiting for 75c
60c 36-in. Linon Suiting 45o
50c 30-in. Linen Suiting 39c
Now thnt vacation days nro
here, you will need nn assortment
of rIovch. Nowhere will you find
n larKcr nliouinK of quality gloves
Jn liotli kid and fabric than hero
and wc price them right, too:
50c up to $4.00 a pair
50c up to $2.25 a pair
July Sale of Women's
(iauzo Vests, regular price IS ic,
now 3 for 252
(Jniizo Vests, regular price SOc,
ltHc Iilslo Vests, now 252
BOr Lisle Ves.ts, plain or hand
crochet tops, now 392
0!ic IjIsIo Vests, plain or hand
crochet tops, now 492
Women's Fine Illhhcd Gauze Un
ion Suits, regular priro H5c,
now for 25 d
TAYLOR'S SALARY IS $3,000
Lobeck's Bill Drawn Over to Fix it
at This Amount.
SLOAN ACTS FIRST ON MEASURE
Wr mill Mrnun Committer lie
rlilp's Not to AIIhtt Omnhn Snr
Tfyor 91,000 nn t'natotllitn
of Kcilornl llnllilliiK,
KINO SEEKS TO UNRAVEL HOME
Busy Clearaway Days in Silks and Cotton Dress Goods Remnants
It is the Grefit July clearing. Counters are piled high with remnants and marked for
a quick, clearing. THURSDAY and Last MONDAY a similar lot went out like magic
women bought quantities of them. THURSDAY'S lots are of the same character: Mostly
skirt and dress lengths; also, many lengths suitable for misses' and children's dresses.
All must go out at somo price. See thorn early.
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
POLITICS IN CAILLAUX CASE
(Continued from Page One.)
railed to order the procurator general
rose and said:
"I am authorised by the Government
to declaro that the documents referred
to In yesterday's testimony are only pro
tended copies of documents, which do hot
Maltro 1-aborl We consider the Inci
dent "closed. - -W ' "'
CJwlel,Chnu,aht Jar ronresentliisT
the InUsresU'of'fljeVlffaro and' those of
almette heirs, then sold sarcastically:
T egafd the Irfddcnt ,os only an on
joyable diversion. It has pleased M.
Calllaux to transform criminal trial Into
1 political one. He Intends to to from'
here with a certificate ot loyalty to
France. Much good will It do him."
The procurator sener.il exclaimed that
the honor and patrotlam of M. Calllaux
Maltre Labor! objected to the language
used by Maltro Chenu.
.George Prestat, a brother-in-law of
the murdered editor, and chairman of the
Figaro company, waa than called to the
Und and emphatically dented that the
Figaro had been in the pay ot foreign
banks. The Germans, he said, had never
held the majority of the shares of the
FIgarp, aa had been altegdalle then
.read lengthy extracts from "memoranda.
GREECE ENTHUSIASTIC FOR EX
Kaclttnar Scene In Court.
4 While rreitat was testifying, Calllaux
VatTio from his seat among the witnesses
and stood closer to the bar In order to
Tjear better. -
Maltre Chenu, commenting on M. Ptcs
tat's testimony. saldF 'I wliradd that It
noes not become M. Calllaux to come
here and endeavor to soli the grave
which his wife made.".
Then followed an exciting scene. Many
of those in court rote from their seats
fini shouted "Uravo!" while others hissed
and murmured until Judge Louis Albanel
was obliged to call the court to order
,wlth a severe reprimand.
iS. Calllaux, In a state of extreme agi
, "(Since I must take notice of what this
,aryer has said I vfUl ask .hlra if he will
take personal .' responsibility' for his
Another sensatldri was" caused among1
the spectators 'by this txc'lnmatton and
jqud "bravo" for sU Calllaux were heard
all ovetf the. court.
When the 'noise had .somewhat subsided,
Maltre Chenu. replied:
"I take the entire responsibility. You
cannot menace .me , here. You doubtless
,Ao not kpow ,the temper of the mat) whom ,
you address Th.e disorder In court was
' Fire and Theft
You have, no anxiety1
about fire or theft
when your valuables
orb deposited in our
Vault, because it in
lfirS and. Burglar
Proof: Forthe small
charge of .$3.00 per
year, you can rent ,a
Safe Deposit Box in
this Strong Vault.
OEOIIQE FHKD WILLIAM P.
AT .. ., July si, Thnt great en
thuslami prevails throughout Greece and)
Albania for former United Htates Min
ister Qeorge Fred Williams la evidenced
by the reception given htm at Tutrsji.
Qlrls presented bouquets of flowers and
the president of the community In a
lengthy spoeoh lauded him for his Amer
ican democratic methods of unmaskliuc
tyranny and supporting an oppressed!
so great that Judge Albanel threatened
to clear the chamber If the manifesta
tions weie lepcated. ,
I'nKhmf of Vrnon DracrlUctl.
When quiet had been restored, Oeorgen
Fromentln. a Bales clerk In the gun store
where Madame Calllaux purchased the
weapon with which she killed Calmette,
He took an nutomatlo pistol from the
packace in front of the Judgen and ex
plained its action. Maltre Chenu then
"Madame Calltaux did not cay when
she loaded the pistol."
WASHINGTON, July a.-These con
sular nominations were made today by
Hotter 8. Greene of Westborough, Mass.,
consul general at large.
Consuls general: Juloan 11. Arnold of
Sacramento. Cal., at Hankow, China;
Kred D. Fisher of Portland, Ore,, at Tien
tsin. China 1. fltewart Itelntslsman of
Fayettevllle. Pn., at Mukden. China.
Consuls John K. Caldwell of Kentuoky.
at Vladivostok, siherla; John F. Jewell
of Illinois, at Chefoo,. China.
.N'ewa Notra of Odar Ilniilds."
CEDAIt nAPmS.. Neb.. July 2t-(Spc-cial.)-Cedar
Ilaplds1 first chautauquu
opened yatrdn' at the city park. The
program Includes such numbers as Nets
Darling, John F. Chambers, Imperial
Quarts band, etc The Chautauqua will
last five days.
Farmers are now busy harvesting the
biggest grain crop the Cedar valley has
known In years. The corn crop Is set
ting along nicely, although somewhat in
need ot rain.
Holiis to the MotImI
If you want to know In advance what
pictures are going to be shown at your
favorite theater tonight, read "Today's
Complete Movie Program" on the first
want -ad page. Complete programs of
practically every moving picture theater
(n Omaha appear EXCLUSIVELY In
HAnVAIlD. Neb., July 22.-(8pecIal.)
Clinton Davis, a resident ot Clay county
since iiTi, and of this city since 18X, died
at his, homo late Monday afternoon In
hiti -seventy-seventh 'year. He served
duiln'g'the civil war as private In Com
pany O, One Hundred and Twenty-first
Ohio volunteer Infantry, and marched with
Sherman to tho sea. He was for a time
superintendent of tUa county poor farm
a CJay Center, and since his residence.
iitrtv-ilaiBci&'ed. the public In various' of
tidal capucltlCii. He Is survived by ma
. . r
wmow ana one uauprmer. jurs. jia u,
Idler, of Hastings.
I. co Conroy.
YOniC, Neb., July 22. (Speclal.)-leo
Conroy- of Hayes, township died Monday
evening of lockjaw. While repairing n
harness about ten days ago ho ac
cidentally cut himself on the leg Just
abovo the knee. Dlood poison developed,
but It was soon eliminated and In a
fow days he was stricken by lockjaw.
He was 21 years of ago. A widow and
three children survive.
Caroline 1 Hchuls.
YORK, Neb., July 22.-(Sneclal.)-Mrs.
Caroline F. Schulr. died yesterday morn
ing at the YorK hospital after a lingering
Illness. Hhe was 47 ycurs of age. She
with her husband came to York from
Johnstown. Neb., throe years ai;o. Tha
funeral will bo held, from the 'family
residence Thursday mornine at 10 o'clock.
II. I.. Ilntta. ,
CAMlirtlDOE, Neb., July 22. (SpeclaU
E. 1 Hutts died yesterday from dropsy.
Deceased was 65 years of age and hud
lived here for thirty years. For a num
ber of years he operated a pop factory,
but lately has confined himself to the
OHIOWA, Ncb July 22.-Speclal.)
James Taylor, a pioneer, living northwest
of Imro slnco 1S70, died Sunday from
tuberculosis, aged about 70 years. He
had never married and very little Is
known about his life.
From a Staff Correspondent.)
AVA8H1NOTON, July U.-tSpeclal Tel
egram.) In the readjustment of salaries
for surveyors of customs, based on tho
amount of business done, the surveyor I
fcr Omaha won cut from SI. WW to S2.D0))
In a general readjustment bill which co.i-!
gress passed. Cadet Taylor present nur-1
veynr of the port of Omaha protested '
vigorously against tho rating given him
and also as custodian of the government
building inrirtcd that his salary should
be restored tq Its old figure, 3,500, to
which ho was entitled because thebusl
ncss of his office warranted thntnmount
n(nd J1.000 as custodian of the government
Congressman Lobcck. who saw visions
of tho congressional primaries coming In
and hoping that "one good turn deserves
another," Introduced a bill re-classlfylng
the collector's salary at the port of
Omaha and giving him $l,0no additional
In view of tho work Taylor does In look
ing after the postofflce, custom house,
IV estrange coincidence, at the meet
ing of tho ways and moans commttteo this
morning, llcprcncntatlve Sloan, who hiadn
his initial entry lntothe sacred circle as
the baby member of the committee, was
called upon to sit In Judgment upon
Lobeck's hill, to re-classify Cadet TayloV's
Upon tho testimony of tho treasury ex
pert It was shown thnt Omaha had been
wrontfly classified and thereupon a sub
committee was appointed to re-draft
Lobeck's bill, but when It camo to glvln?
Taylor un honorarium of $1,000 for looking1
aftertho charwomen, laborers, etc., about
the government building in Omaha the
oommltteo said: "Nothing doing." and so
Taylor will hove to get along on 13,500 per
Sioux City Market Snffers.
Attorneys representing the packers ot
Chicago and elsewhere yesterday suc
ceeded In getting the agricultural depart
ment to raise tho quarantine on cattln
affected with spenatle fever which has
existed In several of the southern states
The department agreed to lift the ban on
these cattle, but found that Iowa could
not take advantage of the situation due
to a law ot Its own creation which will
affect tho Sioux City market very con
siderably. Other cattle markets as Chi
cago, Kansas City and Omaha will be
gainer through this order, tho demand
for cattle being exceedingly active In
view of the prices now prevailing.
Praise for Gate. City,
"Illg Cy" cummlngs, chairman of the
Maryland commission to the Panama
Pacific exposition who was entertained at
the Omaha Commercial club by a number
of old time residents of the terrapin state,
a short time ago, has returned to Wash
ington full of enthusiasm for Omaha and
the west. He said today that his trip to
the Paclflo coast was a liberal education
and that Omaha gave promlco of being
one of the big cities of the country. He
couid'-not-ay enough In praise of the coun-l
try shown' his acsoclat'es of the Mary- j
land commission and himself while in the I
McVnnn nock to Omaha,
E. J. McVann of the Omaha Commercial
club, who has been Ip Washington slnco
Monday on matters before the Interstate
Commerce commission, left for Nebraska
Mr. Carr Is a candidate for the office of
attorney general. He was chairman of
the state committee In 1SW and managed
the Bryan free silver campaign In Iowa.
Myr.r I.onUx the Pnrt.
O P Myer of Newton. la., candidate,
(or lieutenant governor, circulated among
Hip crowd freely and did a great deal
of home missionary work. He has the
face o fa statesman and combs his hair
back n a flowing pompadour.
It Is conceded to be possible that the
, platform today will contain a plank en
dorsing the proposition of submitting the
woman suffrage amendment to a vote
1 o fthe people of th estate. None of the
delegates will go as far a sto say the
endorsement of suffrage will be any
stronger than this In the platform.
i There are to bo 1.0U delegates to the
convention. Even yesterday afternoon
hotel accommodations In Council muffs
were scarce, and some of the delegates
came to Omaha and registered at the
Omaha hotels. George S. Davis, treasurer
1 of tho school obard at Council Bluffs.
j brought a load of delegates to Omaha In
the afternoon and showed them about the
city. They were driven to the water
Plant and other points of Interest In
Omaha. In his party were Frank Norton,
I ex mayor of Burlington, Congressman
Henry Vollmor, Harry oCoke of Eagle
Grove, E. M. Sharon of Davenport and
George Ptcrnsdorf of Davenport, candi
date for congress.
KINO GEOnOB OF ENGLAND.
LONDON, July 22. For tho first time
since tho beginning of his reign King
Oeorgo has Injected himself Into the af
fairs of his country and Is now maklns
every effort to bring about a settlement
of the Irish home rule crista. Ho has post
poned his visit to tho British fleet lying
nt Splthead and is holding frequent con
ferences with his advisers on the Ulster
tended all tho conventions slnco days
unremembered by most of the thousand
delegates. "A fow always like to bring the
matter up," ho Bald. "There Is Henry
Volmer of Davenport, who always seems
to think a democratic convention Is
cnlled for th epurpose of canonizing or
glorirylng a beer keg. He usually starts
something, but we always beat him. We
hope, however, that our hope this fall
lies In putting through a harmonious
convention and presenting a united front."
Monaern Stay Away,
SCHUYLER, Neb., July 22.-(Speclal.)-The
republican county convention of Col
fax county met In the court room nt 2
p. in. with Georgo W. Wcrtz presiding,
und Jers L, Woods, secretary.
The following resolution was adopted:
Resolved. That It Is the sense of this
convention that no delegate bo permitted
to vote herein who Is n towilllng to re
nounce allegiance to the progressive or
bull moose party.
The progressive element was not present
and with no Interruption the meeting se
lected dclogates to the state convention
and elected a central committee, empow
ering this committee to fill nil vacancies.
SecUn Information of lluslmnil.
FREMONT, Neb., July 22.-(SpeClal.)-Mrs.
W. H McCampbell of this city Is
making Inquiries in nearby cities as to
the whereabouts of her husband, owing
to death In the family. She requests that
any Information abaut Mr McCampbell
be sent her here
With tho values offered by the United organization.
THE SPECIALIST CAN OUTDO THE GENEItALIST."
The United factory Is busy making Men's and Young Men's
Men's clothes to retail at
Concentrating all their skill and energy into two prices only, and
sold direct to the consumer without any middleman's profit tacked on.
So you are always safe when you buy at the United.
OHIOWA. Nieb., July 22:-tSpeolal.)
Constant Paige of Wheatland, Wyo., and
Miss Olecta Dot of Hustings were mar
lied last night at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Hastings;
northwest of here last evening, After a
reception tho couple Immediately left for
Wheatland, where they will make their
AVOCA, Neb.. July 2J.-(Speclal.)-WU-llam
Grafe and Miss Dora Relekers were
united In marriage today. Rev. Iucke
of the Oerraan Lutheran church officiat
ing. They will make their home in North
Branch precinct nenr this city.
IOWA DEMOS MEET TODAY
(Continued' from Page One.)
years. He Is tin ex-mayor of Creston.
What. then, will make a fight?
"Nothing; we are all ,ln harmony," de
clared John T. Hamilton, candidate for
"Everything Is harmonious," saya
Maurjco Connolly, who wants to be a
United States senator.
"It will bo a fine, harmonious conven
tion," says John P. O'Malley, prestdont
of the People's National bank of Perry.
la. And why should not O'Malley know?
He has attended every democratic state
convention In Iowa but two since he be
camo of ,ago, and that waa many years
ago. He wa streasurer of the Iowa dele
gation at Denver when Bryan was nom
inated for the presidency. He was on the
notification committee that notified tho
Commoner of his '.lomlnatlon at that time.
"I don't believe there will, be any
liquor fight In the convention," said Judgo
E. M. Carr ot Manchester, who has at-
Men's and Young Men's Trousers at
two. priqes obly-$2.50 and $3.50. Wo
save you $1.00 to $2.50 on your trouser
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Positively no commissions paid to doctors. We glvo YOU the benefit.
Wo use absolutely the best drugs and employ only registered and
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Special Sale Thursday 25c Sal Hepatica, 5c ,
One to a customer. We ask you to make another purchase to get
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A corporation recently sent its star salesman to secure a contract, this salesman was competent, re
sourcefnl with no bad habits. n route to bis destination a tooth began to ache, keeping him awake all
night. Arriving, he fonnd himself utterly nnflt for work, and In a dull, distracted frame of mind he conldnot
concentrate on his selling talk and put np such a poor case that his competitor, it ho was normally far
Inferior to him, secured the contract which lost our man's firm a profit of $50,000.
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he glres his body, as well as his brains.
- Flawed timbers are not Bafe.
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A COMFORT TO HAVE IT DONE
I was almost afraid to hare a
Dentist do any moro work for me,
because I had been hurt so cruelly
before. But I can truthfully say
that tho bridge and crown work
finished today for me by Bailey The
Dentist, was all done, not only
without pain, but reasonable in
price. I want to add Just a word
about the sanitation of this office.
Everything white and clean. It is a
comfort to have dentistry done In
such an office.
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FREE MOVING PICTURES
Council Bluffs Grocers' and
Butchers' Picnic, Thurs-
day, July 23d.
Tel Jed Sokol Gymnastic
rotlTlVKIiY PAINLESS MUTUOUil
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8 A. V. to 6 P. M.
LIKC0L5 OFFICE, 1106 0 St.
take's Base Ball Park
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Tickets on salo at
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Townsend Gun Company;.
Kherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Mosher Cigar Store. 13th and Farnajru
I'frmak, DriiKetfat. Uth and William?
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aTTsd Beats 75c
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