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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY l). tt)U.
DOUGLAS COUNTY AT LINCOLN;
Delegation Shows Utmost of Har
mony in Its Caucus Action.
Irnrlr IleooiuniruilPil for l'r.rinniien t
Chnlrnmii uf the ii-iitlnii
Ccntrnl Commit tcciui'ii Art
A I mi (IiiiKcn.
(From n Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. July 2S. Without a
hitch the Douglas county delegation went
Into caucus In the ball room of .tho I.ln
dell hotel Immediately on arrival In I.ln
coin. Harmony and unanimity of action '
characterized the meetlnB. Jmlne Searle
tvhs elected chairman and Hay Cress- ,
man of Dundee, secretary uf the dele- j
On motion of Harry Byrne of Omaha.
A. W. Jefferla was nominated to the
resolution committee by Douglas county
and J. A. Palmer to the credentials com
mittee,, not subject to tho confirmation ,
of tha state convention
Amos Thomas was recommended by tho
samo motion for the secretaryship of tho
On motion of H. C. Murphy of South
Omaha tho following: names were recom
mended as Douglas county's choice for
tho state committee: M. L,. T-carnnd. K i
F. Brallcy. A. W. Jeffcrls, 11. S. Bjrnol
and P. J. Martin. j
On Initial;. Mennr". j
Judge W. V. Slabaugh Introduced the;
following resolution: I
"That the republican state convention
do not attempt to Influence the action
of the voters of Nebraska on meaoitres
oomlns before tho people on the Initiative
and referendum or tho constitutional
amendments. We assert that theieo ques
tions are non-partisan and have no place
If the party platform."
Douglan county will support S. A.
Searle for permanent chairman of tho
Everything bespeaks harmony ot action
at tho convention. About ninety of the
'Douglas county delegation are In at
tendance at the convention. South
Omaha's delegation shows but one ab
sentee. The South Omaha delegates hold
a caucus of their own before the meeting
of the Douglas county delegation (is a
whole. T. J. McGuIre of South Omaha I
was chosen chairman of the South Omuha
UP SOLID FRONT
son of the state committee called tho con
vention to older. 'Mr. lip person ad
dressed the convention, snylnj? that never
In tho history of the parly had the pros
pects been oo great for republican vic
tory. "For two years tho republican
party has had two chairmen who have
been trying . to . bring about harmony,"
Btld he. "arid It la with great nlensuro
that .' now. turn over the. 'convenfipn. tu.
tho other, chairman. llr.i Citrrle." ,
Loud applause-'greeted tho Vrinouncc-"
ment and, in talcing Ihe gavel,' Mr. Our
rlo said that for two years ho hd been
hoping to, see a convention united 'us this
one. Mr. Ourrle then explained that the
two committees had agreed on 'Senator E.
L. King for temporary chairman and
Amos Thomas and I. II. Itcnean as sec
retaries. I'raycr was offered by Ilev.
Luther P. Luddcn and Senator. King took
tho chair after n motion had been car
ried to ratify the selection!) by tho two
Address of Mr. ICIiik.
Chairman King briefly addressed the
convention, calling attention to the hon
orable achievements ot the republican
party and predicted, that again reunited,
it would continue to bring great things
In a truly progressive manner to tho
whole country. Ho compared the work
of tho republican party since Its birth
with that of tha democratic party when
ever it has been In power and said that i
at no time ha. the latter been uble lo j
successfully cope with the problems
which confronted ihe country.
Ho culled attention to the efforts of !
tho democratic party to bring about
something to counteract the bad effects
which had been brought about by the
nullification of the republican tariff btl
and added that the country was be
ginning to understand the demoralizing
effect of a free trade tariff bill.
Mr. King touched briefly on the
factional strife ot two years ago, brought
about by loyalty to party leaders, but he
said that the demoralizing effect ot dem
ocratic rulo upon the country had had
the effect of bringing the party solidly
together and In 1916 It would again toko
charge of tho affaire of the country.
Ho ridiculed the foreign policy of the
present administration In the Colombia
matter and Its policy In tho handling ot
the Panama canal controversy and said
It was an Insult to every American citi
zen because it was a sunendering of
American rights to foreign demands.
Committer on I'lntform.
Touching on state masters Mr. King
said that all th elmportunt progiesslve
legislation made In this state was made
by republican legislatures. The republican
party of Nebraska has been a progressive
party and republican governors have en
forced tho laws.
On motion of S. A. Scarle of Omaha
tho temporary organization was made
permanent. Tho list of delegates, as re
ported co the state committee, was
adopted. On another motion by Mr.
Searle the chair was given authority to
appoint the committee on resolutions.
Tho committee was- appointed as fol
lows: First dhtrlct, Paul Joascn. Ne
braska City; Socond district. A. W. Jcf
ferls, Omaha; Third dUtrlct, H. P. Hhum
way. Wakefield; Fourth district, C. 13.
Bandall. York; Fifth district. J. F. Cor
deal. McCook: Sixth district. H. 11. An
drews. Callaway; at larger 11. M. Uuih
Slate Central Committee-,
' The convention took a recess until 2
o'clock In order to give the committee on
resolutions an opportunity to prepare a
report, but on reconvening the committee
was not ready and the following or
elected as members ot tho Mate control
First Dtstrlct-Dr- Malcomb Stewart,
Second District W. H. Pltzer, Nebraska
Third District Alexander Leaverty,
Fourth District Mywn. M. Leaned, A.
"W. Jefferen, K. F. Brallcy. Harry Byrne.
Omaha, and P. J. Martin. South Omaha.
Fifth Dlstrlct-W. K. llolbrook, Ames.
Seventh District J. t MrNtsh. Winner.
Klghth District W. W. Walton. Center.
Ninth Dlstr!et-B. U. Beckwlth, Neligh.
Tenth Dltrlct-Charle McLeod, Stanton.
i "MOST BEAUTIFUL SUFFRAGIST"
?UES FILM FIRM.
MUS. 1NK55 MIMIOLLAND BOlSSlS
VAIN. NEW YORK, July 28. Suit for J1.O0O has
been filed by Mrs. Inez Mllholland Bolsse
vain as the result ot n misunderstanding
with the Sociological Research Film cor
poratlon. The suffragist seeks J 1,000 lor
legal nervlces on. behalf of the suppiessed
film drama, "The Inside ot tho. White
slavo Traffic." Tho film company .sup
posed tho woman was Interested morel?
an an "upllftcr" In defending tho, play
and Indorsing It. Mrs. Bolssevatn sup
posed, however, she was acting as coun
scl and legal adviser.
Elevcnth District Loyd Buchanan, Sll
Twcirth District W. O. Dickinson.
Thlitccnth District A. M. Trumbel, B.
D. Beach, Lincoln.
Fourteenth Dlstrict-R. R. Kyd, Beat
rice. Fifteenth District C. K. Green, Hebron.
Sixteenth Dlstrlct-R. M. Prdtidflt,
Seventeenth District Clark Perkins,
Eighteenth Dlstrlct-C. C Johns,- Grand
Island. - -
Nineteenth District A. J. Jcnnison.
Twentieth District S. R. riorcnbo. Red
Twenty-first District R.
Cambridge. - -
Twenty-second District F
Twenty-third District I.
Broken Bow. t
Twenty-fourth District O.
Twenty-fifth District A.
Twenty-seventh Distrlct-13. P. Wcster
velt, Scott's Bluff.
Twenty-eighth District K. C. Snov,
State Ccntrnl Committee.
The resojutlons were read by H. M.
Bushnell, chairman ot the resolutions
committee and the report was adopted.
Whllo waiting for "tho committee on
resolutions to report, candidates for the
republican nomination were invited to
address the convention. Ross L. Hum
mond ot Fremont, J. H. Kemp of Fuller
ton, John Stevens of Beaver City, R. B.
Howe'.! of Omaha and J. O. Yelser of
Omaha each spke fr ten minutes.
lie hit ting: Prlmnry Plitnk.'
When tho rcslutlons Prepared by the
committee were read no objection was
mudo to any plank until the close of the
rcadlns w-hen I. D. Evans of Kensaw
moved to strike out the plank relative to
This brought on n fusllade ot speeches
and a final agreement by Evans to ac
cept an amendment by Searle of Doug
las that the legislature bo Instructed to
amend the primary law tell by the way
side when Evans said ho did not under
stand Searlc's amendment, withdrew his
agreement and Insisted that his first
notion bo put. Senator Hoagland of
North Platto offered a motion to strike
out tha Irrigation plank. With a heavy
rain falling on tho roofs pcakcrs could
not be heard twenty feet away, adding
to the confusion.
To settle the matter Chairman King de
clared the whole motion out of order and
Evans made hfs motion over again to
strike outj the primary plank and It was
Hoagland then moved to .amend tho
Irrigation plank by uiglng members In
congress . to ask the government to re
lease water from Its reservoirs. Instead
of tho convention taking action only In
tho form of a resolution.
Ait Weaver of Richardson offered a
resolution asking the legislature to
remedy the defects In Ihe primary law.
Which brought on a heated argument.
The amendment was lost.
At the close of tho adoption of the re
port of the committee on resolutions, S.
A. Searlcs of Omaha, scured'the floor
"Just after this convention was called
to order today, word was reclved of tho
death of Mr. Edward Robewnter of
Omaha, and I would like to offer the
following icsolutlon and move Its adop
tion by the convention:
' Whereas, soon ofter the convening of
the convention today, word was received
of the deuth of Mrs. Edward Roscwater.
wife of a former well known editor of
the state and a republican who has done
much for tho party and who has' been
Identified In the past with the upbuilding
of the Mate, therefore, be It
"Resolved, that thjs convention express.
Its sorrow and convey to the bereaved
family Its sincere sympathy and con
dolence." The resolution was adopted.
As a fitting rrtil to the work of the
convention Church Howe of Auburn was
Invited to the platform and electrified
the delegates with on address full of en
thusiasm and predictions- of a grand vic
tory this fall and a great one In 19IC.
Clan Oordon No. 63 will hold its an
nual picnic at Krug park, August 1.
nepnlillcnn l'lntfiirni, tlttl.
Tho republican party. In convention a.
femblcd: reaffirms its fnith In the doc
trines of re:uibllcanlm as expounded by
tho great men who led the party to trf
vinfrh and victory dilrlnn the last half
century Now as ever the pnrtv stands
for those idoals uf government which
n-tivc rer Justice, equality and fair deal
luu among men. We reassert our faith In
tho republican policy of protection, which
aim not only to piescrfo without ex
cessive dUt'os th.U ffoilrlty against for
elan competition to which American man
ufacturers, formers ami producers are
cnt'ttcd. hut also to maintain the high
standard tif living of the .wage-earners of
this countri' who ore ,the most direct
tenoflclilrles of the protective system.
Y e Condemn the presolit democratic
national ac'mlnlttratlon for Us repeated
vIolHt on of pliehted faith with the pci
pie It -promised a rovUlon of the tariff
that would not disturb business It has
enacted a sectional tariff measure which
has depressed ond prostrated business lo
an extent unknown since tho Inst dem
o rati? administration! twenty years ago.
It has: 0 Incriminated ngatnst evety prod
uct from the Wrtllfl' lands or Nebraska
and frsm the factories and shops ot the
different towns ot this stale and has
opene 1 oiir markets to the manufactures
or Indlu, China nd other foreign coun
tries and the wheat. ,oals, corn ond cat
To of Canada and Algenllno, there
hv britmltiir hardship to our lliter-
e?t, want and destitution to worthy nnd
wllllhg ehinloves nnd nn unneccnsarlly
short i rice lo tho farmer Jor the products
of the farm. Hrallilmr .that a tin Iff too
low lir'neE on destructive foreign com
petition and mat a tarin 100 nwn may
In certain Instances nfford a shelter for
monopolv, .we favor a nonpartisan tariff
commission which shall be authorized to
make tariffs, to. tho , end that nil duties
t.hatl be adjusted to, the. difference be
tween the cost of production at home and
Trf.ntjr trllli Potomliln.
v helleve Colombia has no shadow
of claim on this nation for the acquisition
hv tne united states or me i-nnama
canal zone, and wo condemn this ii nlnl-
,ttnt(nti fur Its nrotiftsftl to vlrld o
Colombia s unwarranted demand for tho
payment of j:.cro,w. as set rortn m me
CANADIAN THRILLS THE FANS
Wins Three Matches in Western
Tennis Title Tourney.
CELEBRITIES MOSTLY WIN
John C. Xeeley, Vetjriin, HoiTc-vcr,
Knlls Ileforc- noeder lltirdlck
tins Trnnhle IlentlnK
LAKE FOREST, .ill,. July 2S.-R. B.
Powell, .Canada's Davis cup captain,
thrilled tennis fans at Lake Forest today
by winning three matches In the western
championship tournament. In tho pre-
llmlnory round he downed U P. Brlnt
well of Chicago and Kansas City by tho
one-slde,d score of 6-0, 6-1, and with tho
same . figures won from James Weber, a
local schoolboy crack. It remained for
Al Llndauer. a Chicago boy, to glva the
alien a battle, and he did so, winning
the first three games. Then Powell showed
a flash of Davis cup form and won tho
match,. 6-4. 6-0.
There were a. lot of hard, fought mntches
In the singles. R. E. Fistcr, an Evanston
star, had a stiff struggle before he tri
umphed over 11. M. Hess of St. Louis, 6-3,
7-9, V7, and Peter Ball' overcame W. U,
Knight of Minneapolis by 'a scoro of 4-6,
8-fi, 6-4 In tho first round. Ball previously
had a tough contest with W. E. Blather
w!ckfof Iowa, holder of the North Dakota
championship, but won, 8-6, 0-6,, 6-3.
Celebrities were mostly successful,' but
John'd. Neelcy, a votfcran, fell before;
Henry Roederv Ralph' Burdlck had soms
trouble beating W. A. ,'Horrcll, another
CallfoYnlnn. but won 6-4, 6-2 ond then
easll$- disposed of E. H. Smith of Texas'
In the women's singles. Miss Carrie B,
Neelcy was among the favorites who won.
Miss Mary K. Brown of Is Angeles, the
national champion, Is to arrive tomorrow,
and Miss Gwendolyn Roes of Dallas, Tex.,
the western title holder Is expected then.
An Interesting challenge round Is expected
If Miss Browne goes through tho tourna
ment. In. a match made thrilling by brilliant
net work, C. W. Church and Dean
Mathey, the Princeton pair, beat J. J.
Armstrong ot St. Paul, and Howell, 6-1,
BURGLAR LANDED IN PEN
FIVE DAYS AFTER THE CRIME
McCOOK, Neb., July 28. (Speclal.)
Last Thursday, one John O'Brien, In
dulged In housebreaking and burglary
at Bartlcy. Tho following day he was
apprehended by Sheriff Fitch ot Almu.
Today Junge rerry seniencea mm to me
penitentiary on two counts, from 1 to
7 years on or count and from 1 to 10
years on tho second count, .-nonaay
evening SherlOT Fitch departed for Lin
coln with the prisoner, ahd this morning
find him in the penitentiary.
Mexlcnn Chnrwcd with Larceny.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., July 2S.-(Spe-clal.)
Francis Arranandes, a Mexican In
tho employ of the Union Pacific near
Oconto, this county, has been taken to
Grand Island by Sheriff Wilson, charged
with -grand larceny,. Arranandes, It Is
alleged, feigned Illness and whllo his com
rm1R wern nhxent went throueh the oamn
and gathered up everything In the way of .
money and valuables In sight. He was
later .arrested at Kearney, taken before.
Justice Watklns at Oconto and hound
over to tho September term of district
Hoy Injured In Uunmrny.
SARGENT, Neb.. Ju)y 2g.-(Kpe-'lal.)-Arthur
Campbell, 14-year-old son of
Will Campbell, living six miles northwest
ot Sargent, lost a leg In a runaway on
his father's farm today.
FALL FR0MSTREET CAR
PROVES FATAL TO C0LLEY
Woodson Colley, colored, nged 60, who
fell from a westbound street car ut
Twenty-eighth and Farnam streets Mon
day morning, died at his home -S12 Har
ney Btrt-ct Monday night. Severe cuts
and bruises about his head wero tho
caute of his death.
Fur nn liiipnlrc-fi Appetite. 1
To Improve the appetite and strengthen I
the dlgectlon try a few doses of Chamber- i
Iain's Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seltz oi Detroit. '
Mich., says: "They reitored my appetite
when Impaired, relieved-me of a bloated L
feeling and caused a pleasant and satis-'
Inrv mnvwmnt nf thA hniv1a " Vtr maIa '
ty all dealers. Advertisement.
' The conference report of the Lever cot
ton futures bill was agreed to by tha
house by a vote of 14S to 79. It goes to
tho senate today. The bill would put a
Prohibitive tax on all contracts for cotton
not based on government standard.
Actual progress rewarded efforts of ad
ministration senators to expedite, trust
legislation and the first vote on on
amendment to the Interstate trade com
mission bill was reached, A tew repub
lican tcnators sought for a time to hold
up the measure, but they quickly aban
doned the effort and democratic leaders
now hope to get a final vote on tho first
of the trust meusurei by Saturday night.
Platform Republican Party
treaty now pending. If this treaty shall
be consummated. It will any to the world
that we have built the Panama cotml
upon stolen land, and It will acid another
humiliating act to the recont of tho
We believe the Mate to be the .troatest
business enterprise within Its borders,
and that Its affairs should be regulat -d
with the same efficiency and economy
that horacterlf.es the management of
Wo hereby commend the last repub
lican state administration for Its cf.
flclency. economy and attention to the
people's Interests calling the attention
of the people to the fact that the last re
publican administration cost tho state of
Nebraska nearly W.dOO.CO) less than the
present democratic iulmlnl trillion.
We believe the present state ruenuo
laws operate Inequitably, and that they
should bo so revised that all n-opcrty
shall hear Its Just burden of taxation,
nnd to that cud we call the attention of
voters at the coming primary to the
proposed amendment to the constitution
concerning taxation nnd revenue.
We favor action by tho next legislature
giving the voters of the state an op
portunity to pass upon the qtlct Hon of
holding a convention to revise our present
I.cglslntlt c tlrforiu.
We fnor reform of loglsloUi-o Pro
cedure ami budget In Nebraska, such -form
to be carried out along lines almltar
to those suggested by the report of ihe
Joint committee of the luniso nnd senate
of the 1913 legislature.
Wo favor n reformation of the lows ob
taining to court procedvire In such a wAy
nr to lessen tho expense of maintaining
courts and to insure the prompt illxuosl
tlon of litigation both In the trial court
nod the nppclato court.
We believe that tho Irrigation and water
problems of western Nebraska vltallv af
fect the prosperity of the whole state.
We approve the federol reclamation act
under which tho Pathfinder n-servolr was
constructed lo Irrigate government lands
In Nebraska and Wyoming, ond urge tho
federal government to complete thla
project and reclaim to agriculture the
largo tiact of land In Nebraska under tho
proposed Laramie canal.
We further urge the federal government
Equal Suffrage at
HASTINGS, Nob., July 2S.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Appi-oximalely one hundred
delegates attended the stato convention
of tho people's Independent party today,
and decided to continue tho old organiza
tion Judge Stark of Aurora, wnss tho
lrmonent chairman Via: a wcro lain
to celobrato tho sliver Jub"c? ' the party
In IN". For this year' canui.iign head
quarters will bo cstihllshod In Lincoln,
with Frank D. Eag"r In charge, aa chair
man, nnd E. A. Walrath of Osceola ns
secretary. A. G. Bloomflcl.l ot Allndm
ao. elected treasurer.
Tho resolutions reported by u com
mittee of which T. H. TlbX'-s ot Omahu
wai chairman and Chirks DeFraixo ot
Lincoln was secretary, priulo ns follows:
TCnilnMps woman's suffrage.
Favors Income, coiparutlo.i nnd other
nrncrnilak'n lax reforms.
Urges flve-sUth v-ito as requirement
fnr vrrillet nf luilcs.
Favors senate of fifteei members nnd
bouse of forty-five members, both houses
to meet Jointly Ur consideration of lm
IiVivnr nnn."otlnir mil tax.
Endorses Wllion ndmlncji ratio i. nlo
Bryan ond llltehcoilc ond the Morohcad
Proposes public waro'iouso fystcni.
Orrtnnry Ilnnied nt Tillrte Hock.
TABLE ROCK, Neb., July 2S.-(Spcclal.)
At the farm house of Clydo Wilson,
three miles west of here, a flro occurred
whllo the family was away from home,
consuming a chicken houso and u granary
and tho neighborhood who gathered had
hard work to save the burn nnd other
outbuildings. Tho building was covered
with a metal roof und no other solution
to the problem than spontaneous combus
tion Is thought to bo possible, unless tho
It was tho work of an Incendiary.
Broken Ilotv ChntitntHinn n Sneers.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., July 28.-(Spe-clal.)
Tho Chautauqua this year has ex
ceeded all expectations In point ot at
tendance, tho tent being filled nt every
session, crowds coming from nil parts of
the county Tho Public Service club of
the city Is mainly responsible for tho big
business. It having taken over the wholo
affair and practically making a homo
enterprise of It.
at U Off
Thero Is no reason why you
should not benefit by our special
purchases, and right now is tho
opportune time DO YOU btop to
realizo what a third less means?
Hero are a few examples of tho
more than usual bargains:
This Colonial Scroll Dresser, best
quarter sawed golden oak, rogulai
price ?3u.oo, sale
$36 Princess Dress
er to match
$25 Dressing Table
$30 Bed,- scroll de
sign, to match . . . .
DIIAPKIIV SUCTION SPECIALS
$5.00 Hammocks S3.05
$1.3C Silks 30
75c ollKs 'ZSC
Lace, Cretonne Swiss, Bed
Spreads Vi price. Many splendid
Bargains in Readymado Curtains
at ii to A off regular price.
Orchard & Wilhelm Go,
t ' V
I I ' '
to release as much may le uecessarv
or the more than ftV.oOO acre feet of the
surplus waters of the North l'latte liver,
which la now hold In the I'Hthtlnder reser
voir, to the end that the Nebraska In I
gators max hno sufficient water for
We lelleve that the state through Its
legal department should bv proper legal
procedure cause to be detei mined tho re
spective rights of the citizens of Ne
braska on tho Interstate streams as ,
against tho clnlmu of the stales of Colo
rado nnd Wyoming. .
Wo believe that Individuals should be
encouraged to unite their energies and
their capital In legitimate business and
Industrial enterprises. Wo favor a policy ,
which would Invito largo Investments of
capital In this state for the construction
of transportation Hues, electric railways. .
power cnnals. Irrigation projects and I
manufacturing enterprises. I
(oimI Itomls l.nvtn.
We believe good roads ore one of tho
most potent civilizing Influences of this
day, and wo odvocoto tho enactment of
legislation that will foster tho construc
tion and maintenance of better highways,
ami that will insure tho more economic
expenditure of funds raised for the pur
pose. Agrtcultuie Is tho dominant business In
tel est of Ncbinsku nnd the soil of tho
Htuto tho potential factor supporting tho
same. We heartily favor a more generous
ilnanclal support to our central experi
ment station at tho university and sub
stations that adequate means wilt be pro
vided to carr.'on properly agricultural
research which will be of advantage to
tho farmers of the state.
l-'nvor New Nnlloniil Hole.
Approval Is hereby given to the pro
posed change In rulea of the national
conunlttue relating to representation in
looking with prlile upon the achieve- J
inputs ot the republican pnrtv in the past
nnd with equal confidence for woik yet ;
to be done by It, we hereby lnlto the I
support of the citizens of the state of i
Nebraska to tho principles set forth In I
thla platform, lo tho end that the repub- I
llcan candidates may le elected and these
principles bo carried Into effect.
State Prohibs Have
Thirteen at Their
(From n Stiff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. July IS.-cSpoclol )-lf the
number thirteen Is unlucky, tho prohobl
tlontsts of Nebraska arc llohto to havo
loin of trouble, for that wns the number
In attendance nt the prohibition stato con
vention held In Lincoln today. J. 1).
Graven of Central City was chairman und
Llndcll Hnckett of tho samo town tecre
tary. A. (1. WolonbatKor, who has been
a memner or mo state commuteo tor
thirty years, refused to servo longer.
Swap anything In tho "Swappers' col
Sr. Bradbury, Dentist
XC06 rarnam. rhone D. 1750
31 Yeara Same Offlc..
Money-Hack Ciimrf.ntro If We cannot
A Crown or Bridge Tooth $2.50 Up
Best Work Warranted 10 Years.
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Then1 are two hats for fall-the largo sailor, called
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I Hack velvot is the favored material, and black and
white the fashionable combination, though all black is
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In most instances the large shapes have flat trimmings
and the small ones are quite high.
These new ideas are shown here in several variations
now. Second Floor.
Waists Worth to $1.50 at 89c
We Feature the Roman Stripe
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Crepe de Chine Blouse
TIiceo como In various styles and colors of stripes and aro ox
tromoly popular just now among smart drcssors. Flno silk crepo
do chlno. Priced ?a.5o to 95.
Sale of House Dresses Wednesday
Wednesday wo placo on salo a largo selection of neat
houso drosses rogularly worth up to $3 for only $1.
Thoy aro of fino percales, ginghams and lawns In plain
colors, checks, strlpos and polka dots In many styles.
All odd lots and brokon lines to bo cleared out at....
Kimonos at 60c
Women's kimonos of flno cropo
and lawn In fancy floral and
strlpo offects with plain colored
borders. Thcso aro regularly
worth up .Jo $1.G0. Q
Cholco Wednesday, at.. OSC
50c Printed Foulards 25c
Hundreds of yords of this pop
ular silk In tho new printings In
navy, brown, tan, green and hollo
grouds, also multl color effects.
Silks worth 50c. Wed- Of
nesday, at, yard OC
Laces Worth to
This lot Includes cluny, all
Gorman val and shadow laces
edges, bands and Insertions
on largo bargain square, main
Womon's flno cotton or llslo
thread union suits with umbrolln
or cuff knees. Laca trlmmod.
Taped top. Our regular 60c
suits, on salo WedneB- QC
day, at uuC
Wednesday Is Ice Cream Day
Our usual high grado ico cream Is offered as a special attraction
for Wednesday only. Put up in bricks, and will keep hard for hours.
Pint 1 Pompeian Quart OA
DR. E. R. TARRY - 240 Bee Bide.. Omaha, Neb.
One of the most pleasing groups
of waists wo havo offered. They
are pleasing new summer models
of lingerie cloths, voiles, crepes
and organdies with artistic trim
mings of lace, embroideries and
frills that will nppcnl to any
woman. Waists regularly worth
to $1.50 to be included nt only 89c
Waists Worth to $1,00 at 69c
Another lot of Hngorlo, vollo and cropo
waists In plain wltlto or with silk col
orod strlpoB, trimmed with lnces, om
liroldorlos, frills and tucks. Thcao aro
roRttlarly worth up to $1.00, but will
bo sold Wednesday nt Ol)c.
Pretty lawn and porcalo dres
sing sacques In Btrlpes, chocks
and polka dot effects; bolted
and poplum styles; garments
regularly worth to 75c qq
on salo Wednesday, at. . C
Foshionablo Silks at 79c
Plain and fancy silks including
poplins, taffotas, fancy silk suit
ings, crinkled Canton crepes,
pencil stripes, messallnes and
chiffon taffetas. Wod- 7Q
nosday, main floor, yd. iC
llnon torchon, French and
In widths of 1 to 5 lnchoa
worth up to 15c regularly,
floor, at, yard
Women's fibre silk hoso with
doublo soles and high spliced
heals. Full fashioned. Scam
loss. Black and white. Regular
35c values, on Bale OC.
at , DC
No Money Till Cured
r,,AuJ" ,MA Al Raetal Dlaaaaas curdlth-
Wrlta far Fraa llluatratad book on Raotal
Dlaaaaaa and testimonials of huadrada at
curad patlanta In Nebraska and Iowa.
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