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TJIK I'.KK: OMAHA, FRIDAY, AUUUST 7. l'JU.
Our Annual August Linen Sale
. Scalloped Table Cloths
50 $3.50 Scalloped Table Cloths, Fri
day, only $2.00 each.
New Autumn Skirts
Beautiful materials in the new Autumn
shades, tailored into the latest fall styles,
black and white Shepherd checks, plain
serges, novelty stripes and figures.
These skirts are shown in our basement
ready-to-wear section and are moderately
priced. Prices range from $5.00 to $6.25.
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ptlm would be hindered by the
obstinate) stand, of the nalglans.
Try i CaMnr Oer.i tff.
VIEOB, Belgium, Aug. . V1 I Lon
don, Ave , 1: p. tn.-A fore of Ger
man Uhlan, mxd a brilliantly courageous
but fatal attempt to captur th. Belgian .
general ataq hr during iMt night. Bel
gian troopa swooped down on them and
Th Uhlans had actually penetrated th
city aa far a. tha Rus Balnt Kol, whara
tha Belgian headquarters had kaa
tgbllshed whan th Belgian soldier cam
on tba Mi
A renewal of tha Oarraan attack la tha
city wa spctsd today. Tha roar ef
artill.ry wu tncaaaant sine baton mid
night alt around Liege. Oarraan ahelll
wracked ejid set flra to many houaea In
tba auburb of Breaaoux.
Th governor ha laauad thla proelaraa
Uon: ' '
"Ore Oarmany ha Invaded Belgium
after an ultimatum which wu an out
rage. Belgium has proudly taken up th
gauntlet and th army will do IU duty."
Pour thousand derma residents bar
ba expelled from tba olty.
Gtnua tis Klvtt Thasvd.
BRl'SSEXS. Via London. Aug. 1-Th
Oasatt publish today what It aay ar
th fact ao far aa known regarding th
repul. of th German force by tha Bel
giana in th lieg dlatrtct ytrday, Tha
Oerraaa tosses are estimated at t.(XKt man.
wlilla tha Belgians suffered far leas.
The alleged rout of tha Oerman Seventh
. army corps la rjt confirmed In Ita an
tirlr. bovr. aays tha Gasette, which
"Tba Belgian eleventh brtgad after
euceeeefully restating th Oarraan attack
pursued th fleeing Prussian with such
energy that th general commanding th
Belgians waa obliged to order our troop
to turn bark, aa they war getting out
bid th rang of th guns of our forta.
Tha enthusiasm of our troop was meg
ntflrent. "A number of wounded Germans tied
to Dutch territory and this gave rta to
th ballet that tha enemy had bean com
pletely routed. They Buffered, however,
loste which are estimated at 1,000, Our
losses wer relatively smalt
"At 4 o'clock In th morning th German
Tenth army corps attacked tha Chaud
fontalna and Boucellee forta from tha
southeast, while their artillery bombarded
the fort at Flemall on th oppoait bank
of th river Meuse, flv mllea southwest
of Liege. The Belgians captured ssven
guns and several prisoners
"Proposals for the surrender ot Uege
have been again firmly refused."
Attack em Fort ltalsed.
Stortee of the great struggle between
the Belgian troop and th Oerman sol
diers yesterday la the vicinity of Liege
icll of terrific slaughter among th Ger
At about noon yesterday the German
Infantry attempted to carry by asiault
Fort Barchoa to tha northeast of Uege.
Th attacking Infantry crept up under
cover of a heavy artillery fire but th
Belgian dafendera reserved their fir un
til the Oermans had corn to close quar
ters when at a given aignal tha Belglaoa
opened with a perfect hall of bullets from
rifles, and machine guns which wreaked i
havoc among ta Oermans. Ths attackers
soon lay In-heaps of dead a ad wounded
around tba fort. .'.-."
At tb same time, Fort Chaud foutaloe
to the southeast of Liege 'kept up a hot
fir a another body of Germans who
had e4.4 a neighboring . castle. ' The
Belgian artillery reduced tha building to
a maaa ef smoking rule- Th Oermans
finally retired all along th line. ,
One newspaper aays tit Gerni&n losses
amounted to between 4.9U0 and s.400 men
while they. bacdia4 seventeen machine
gune. ' 1 - '
A squadron of. Belgian lancara, accord
ing to another report, was completely
wiped cut after it had killed lift Oerman
A fore of ,000 German pad threug
U4nhay, Luxemburg on Wednesday In
the direction of Aywallla. IVtlgium.
U. it reported here that tha German
Friday, a Genuine Bargain Day
We have 80 Suits Left
These will go on Special Sale Friday
Morning at 8:30 a. m.
Values $24.75 to $65.00
None Exchanged. None Altered.
Odd Dozen Napkins
All our $4X0 ar d $3.50 Bleached Table
Napkins in half dozen lots. Your choice
Friday only $1.25 for half dozen.
Women's Gauze Underwear
Women's Gauze Vests, 20c values,
Women's Gauze Vests, 35c values, now 25c
Women's Gauze Union Suits, fitted or wide
knee, 35c values, now .25c
Women's Gauze Lisle Union Suits, 65c
values, now . 49c
AND MXTCCNTH JBTRCJCTS
colony at Antwerp Is - being expelled.
However, as th colony comprised lo.OOO
persons th report 1 not taken seri
ously. Th anti-German feeling throughout
Belgium haa beooma intense and many
Oarman residents were arreated today and
aharged- with espionage.
' Every German discovered anywhere In
th city Is brought before th polloe,
who have considerable trouble In protect
ing th prisoners from attack by th ex
The patriotic enthusiasm hers Is extraor
dinary. Nearly all the citisens wear
badges with th color of Belgium, Franc
and England combined. , ,
Thousands of women of all classes have
been enrolled aa Rod Cross nurse and
ar awaiting th arrival of th wounded
from tb battlefields around Liege. King
Albert has hanaed over his palace to the
Red Cross ' society and the 'gueen will
act a a nurs. -'
Many hotels also have been trans
formed Into Red Cross stations and th
citlseos of Brussels have given up their
carriage and automobiles for th trans
portation of th wounded.
Publlo subscriptions have been opened
for, the relief of the families of those
who have fallen In th fighting.
Belgian boy scout., while patrolling yes
terday, ca. tured a Oerman cavalryman
and arrested two German engineers be
lieved to be spies.
Geraaaaa Driven Back.
Th attack on Uege yesterday was
executed by one Oerman army corps.
while tb Belgian force constated of a
mixed brigade supported by the artillery
of th forts.
Th battle was fought along a wide
front and partially In tha open field..
"Ih Belgian troupe carried out several
furious counter attacks, throwing the
Oermans bark and pursuing them up to
their original poaltlons.
Not aa Inch of ground was gained by
th Germans during th fighting and they
suffered losses In dead and wounded.
A night attack on tha Belgian po.ltlon
wss awaited with great aeeuranc by the
Belgian troopa, who had been strongly ra
Further German troops wer supposed
to be on th way to reinforce the regi
ment, which suffered so severely In yes
Jaffre Take Coaasaana la France.
PARIS. Aug. (I 30 a. ro.) Th. Franc
Great Army has bean placed under th
supreme command of Oeneral Joseph
J off re, who enjoys great popularity with
th man aa h doe with th French na
tion generally. He la known aa a man of
strong will and It Is a common saying
In th army that General J off re haa
one mad up hi mind nothing will
fore hire to Chang It. French military
man ex pre., full confidence In hi akll.
General J off re Is year old. He has
been married ten year, but la chtUleaa.
II Is of medium height and stout, with
a mas.lv head, very fair hair and thick
dropping moustache. lie le noted for hi.
excellent horsemanship. He was trained
aa an engineer and while on duty In
Madaacar constructed tha harbor of
Diego Buares, tha principal one In the
The mobilisation plans for tha French
army wer drawn up by Oeneral Joffr
lnt April and t result ot their execu
tion haa exceeded all expectation..
Alexandra VI 1 11 re nd, former French
minister of war, volunteered today to
serve aa a lieutenant, the rank he for
merly held la the French .array.
Many more otters from foreigners, In-
: olujlng Americana, to enliat In tha French
forces, have been received by the author
hum French families ar strongly rep
resented in th array. That of Prof, and
Mm.. Destaing has. fourteen member
with th color, consisting of seven sons
and 'seven brothers 'of Mm.' Destalng.
Ith youngest W years
. bet Briana D.ws Aeroplane.
. LONDON. Aug. I.-Th Dally Mall's
correspondent at Brussels reports that a
German aeroplane, flying at a height of
Lstt feet, waa brought down by a shot.
V hlcb also wounded the pilot. Th Zep.
pelln airship. mannd by Oermana. was
struck by th fir from a Belgian fort
and fell near llerv. ,
Hundred of automobiles left Bru.Mil.
during the night to pick up th wounded
The first rrieoncr of war brought in waa
a German captain named Komtner. who
A dispatch to the Tlmta from St. Peters-
Men's Shirt Sale Saturday
See Sixteenth Street Window Display.
l irg says that ten German steamers with
coal and timber wer seised at Archangel.
RUMOR OF FIGHT
AT SEA OFF COAST
OF NEW ENGLAND
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which sailed yesterday for-Brlstol, turned
about today and mad for Perth Amboy,
N. j. ;
May Detain Vaterla'nd.
WASHINGTON, Aug. t-Th battle
ship Florida haa ordera to watch th
Oerman liner Vaterland until It I de
termined whether Its load of reservists
or munitions of war, If any are aboard,
violate the neutrality laws.
, To protect the neutrality of American
ports and prohibit shipments of muni
tions of war, Secretary Daniels today or
dered ths battleship Florida to watch the
port of New .York, th Mayflower to pro
oeed tto Hampton Roads, a number of
destroyers to guard ports along the Nw
England coast and those at Lewes, Dels.,
to prevent violations of neutrality at
Philadelphia or In' that territory. Any
vessel attempting to sail for a belligerent
port without clearance papers will b
boarded by American official..
The Texa and Louisiana, at Vera
Crux, and the Minnesota, at Tarn pica,
hav been ordered to IVew York, and
Secretary Danlol announced that other
American vea.els would be ordered north
aa fast as room could be found for them
at navy yards.
Clennaay Violates Meatrallty of V, S.
NEW YORK. Aug. '.-Although Presi
dent Wil.on has i.sued an order prohibit
ing wire ion. in the United fitatea from
transmitting me.Hages of an unneutral
nature, the Atlantic Communication com
pany's powerful tower at Sayvllle, L. 1.,
roaay aent several message in code to
Oerman war.hlps lying off the coast.
The manager of the company, a mem
ber of the naval reservea of Germany.
said he bad read In the newepaper that
President Wilson had l.eued an order In
regard to the tranemltwlun and receivlna-
ot meaaagea, but that he had no official
notice of any kind.
NEW YORK, Aug. 6-The dradnaught
Florida, after having been hastily coaled
and provisioned, left th Brooklyn navy
yard under aeelod order at 1:30 o'clock
this morning and proceeded to Tompklns
vtlle, Ptaten Island. There It dropped
anchor near th cruiser Tennessee, due to
sail for Europe today with nearly $$,000,000
In gold for the relief of Americans.
HALIFAX. Aug. 1-The Cedrlc of the
White Bter line hss put Into Halifax with
It waa reported her but not confirmed
that the Mauritania while at. ea, had
sent a wireless wesaage to tha British
cruiser Essex asserting that a Oerman
cruiser was following her and that the
Mauretanla a.ked assistance. The report
waa to the effect that the Essex came up
immediately and stood by ths Mauretanla
until sh came into port. It is believed
her th Essex and possibly other British
crulsera will enter the harbor today,
tenner Kent Bark Berlin.
NEW TORK. Aug. Seymour B. Con
ger, correspondent of the Associated
Preea la Berlin, reported In apecial dla
patchea as being under arreat at the. 0r-man-Rusalan
frontier, la In Berlin. Mr.
Conger had been ordered to Ht. Peters
burg, but was detained at the frontier
and, with several other Americana sent
back to th capital
Brills. Warship rka.es Oil Shin.
KEY WEST. Fla., Aug. .-Th Stan
dard Oil ateamer 81oux, flying the Ger
man flag, which left Tamplco July 30
with a cargo of oil for European porta,
arrived here today, after having made a
forced run of several hour to escape a
Britlkh warship patrolling tha Oulf of
Llaer Leavl- lienoa Crowded.
MILAN, Italy, Aug. t-An Italian liner
leaving Genoa today for Now York la
crowded to It capacity. Many American,
her are waiting th opportunity to find
mnana'of transportation to New York. In
the meantime they are unable to cash
their irtera of credit.
LvriytHxly reads J Want Ad..'
Kalakla Meet (loaes.
XT. HAfU Aug. 1. -The knight, of
'oluin!u.' annual .-onvetiiion tlr.rd here
Isle toiiay rtrr S"ttl. Vli , hnd been
.elected as th lsli ccuvctiliuu city.
MEETS DEATH AT
THE WHITE HOUSE
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wore not prepared for the evf-nt. These
friends Included persons in all walk, of
llf. In view of the fact that Mrs. Wilson
had taken a df-ep Interest In all the char
itable work being done In the capital.
Mrs. Wilson waa Mlsa Lllen Louise
Axson, daughter of a Presbyterian clergy
man, and was born at Pavannah, Oa.
She was a student at the New York Art
league when she met Mr. Wilson, who'
waa then taking a post-graduate course
at Johns Hopkins university. The presi
dent and Mrs. Wilson wer married June
24. IMS. Mrs. Wilson waa a slater of
Prof. Stockton Axson, head of the de
partment of English literature at Prince
ton university, and of the wife of Dean
Edward Elliott of Princeton. ,
Landscape (i.rarner. ' (
A landscape gardener of recognised
ability, and a painter of equally, well
recognized. ability, Mrs. Wil.on devoted
much of her time to artistic subjects, r?h
took direct personal charge of the gar
dens at "Prospect" during Mr. Wilson's
career aa president of Princeton univer.
slty, and also of the White House gar
dens. Her skin was smooth and girlish
and her eyes, until recently, sparkled with
health. Her hair waa soft, brown and
wavy, and she was of medium height
She wsa known as a beautiful woman.
Her domestic life is described as having
been attractive and typical of that of a
woman of hvr cultured class'. Sh had a
knowledge of the domestic arts, and was
a good cook. It Is related of her that
she liked to prepare dlihes, or have them
prepared undfr her personal supervision
for the president, and that' she always
made It a point to personally prepare
for him the orange Juice he hus with Ms
Before Mra. Wilson's death, senate lead
ers got together' and brought In tho hill In
which Mrs. Wilson waa so much Inter
ested, and It waa passed without delay .
or objection. . .
The death of Mrs. Wilson was an
nounced In the senate by Senator Kern,'
and In the house by Representative Un
derwood. Both houses Immediately ad
journed as a mark of respect.
Four months of almost unbroken Illness,
a complication of nervous aliments and
Brlght's disease, have sapped th vitality
of th first lady ot th land. Th ead Is
regarded as a matter of days, perhaps
hours. Her three daughters ar at hei
bedside and relative hav been sum
moned. Physicians hav been in consul
tation for days, but It was admitted at the
White House tonight that hop fo' her
recovery had almost vanished.
Conscious only at intervals, Mrs. Wilson
has been cheerful and has called con
stantly for her husband. Every moment
that could be apared from urgent official
duties hav been devoted by th presi
dent to his wife. At th side of hli con
stant helpmate and adviser, he wrote the
tender of good offices appealing to the
European monarch to stay their conflict
From the sick room he has given di
rections to th various department heads
for th relief ot thousands of Americans
stranded abroad. Th press of domestic
legislation, th European war and Mexi
can situation, and the flurry over finan
cial conditions throughout th country
have weighed heavily on th president as
he hag maintained hta day and night vlglL
For several days It has been known to
those In close touch with th Whit
House that Mrs. Wilson was gravely ill
and yiat hope for her recovery waa slight
The president himself has clung desper
ately to the hope that sh might yet sur
vive th crisis, but her frail constitu
tion, drained by months of never-ending
Illness, ba been unabl to withstand ths
Slip o Ragr.
On day Ust March Mrs. Wilson
slipped on a rug at the Whit Houss, in
juring her spin. Aa operation was neces
sary. After weeks of convalescence shs
finally arose from her bed, but the bur
den of a winter's activity at th Whit
House, together with charity work In the
slum of th city, brought on nervous
prostration. Sh was well enough to at
tend th wadding of her second daughter,
now Mrs. William McAdoo, but her re
cuperative power wer not' lasting.
Stomach trouble added to her nervous
aliment and Brlght's disease developed.
Three week ago sh seemed to rally and
was well enough to walk, supported by
a nurse, In the Whit Hou grounda
She watched with satisfaction as gar
deners laid out the last of th Italian
garden which sh had planned for the
aouth front of the executive mansion. A
marble statu of a boy playing a flut
was placed, at her direction, In the gar
den, near th executive office. With
her ta.te for the artl.tic, developed In
many years of landscape painting, sh
had practically rearranged th gardening
of th Whit Houa la a symmetry of
hedge and flower.
Seesse Bat Shadow.
With her apparent recovery, th presi
dent urged that his wife go to a cooler
climate. Th heat of Washington was
particularly oppressive, but she stead
fastly declined to leave her husband.
8he took an active Interest la th contest
over the confirmation of Thomas D
Jones as a member of the Federal Re
serv board and called for many a docu
ment oa congressional affair. Th re
lapse cam last week and sine then sh
has been sinking rapidly. Only members
of the family wer admitted to th alck
room. Sh had lost In weight until her
thin form seemed but a shadow of her
Day and night the family watched
anxiously over her for th last few days.
Yesterday her pulse stopped beating for
a few moments. Oxygen aad other r
storatlv wer applied. Early today sh
seemed somewhat better, but lat today
Th president, always sensitive about
exaggerated reports about mambars of
his family, . authorised no official . an
nouncement about Mra Wilson's health.
He bad hoped that sh might yet recover.
Today, however, iher. waa a chang.
Whit Hous officials acknowledged ta
gravity of th patient' condition, and r
vealed that while they wer hoping
against hop, th end wa dangeroualy
Th strain of her duties as mistress' ot
th Whit Hous and her own untiring
effort to help many aa unknown and
frlendlea person, who has appealed to
her. ar said to b directly responsible
for her breakdown. Mrs. Wilson received
many delegate which bar husband was
too buoy to see. Her mall Is voluminous
and she has Insisted on attending In par-
sort to many appeals for help that came
to her. he ha been particularly active
suit coining to Washington In bettering
conditions in tb slums and securing an
improvement In alley condition. ,
Uiroughiut th aaiamistratlon of h:r
Wife of President Dead' at White House
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MRS. WOODROW WIL80N.
husband she has taken th snnv keen
Interest in his work as shs did in pre
vious years, when h waa - governor of
New Jersey and president ot Princeton.
She lends her counsel and advlo on
many a weighty subject ot state.
Mis Helen Wood row Bone the presi
dent's cousin, who has been living In th
Wilson household for the last two years
and has been devoting her time as per
sonal secretary to Mrs. Wilson, alao broke
down recently and Is very sick; at pres
ent though , not gravely. She, .too, Is
suffering from nervoune. and. he In
ner Whit Hous for weeks has held a
story of heart-rending grief for the presi
dent of th United States and hi daugh
Mrs. W. O. McAdoo, youngest daughter
of th prealdent, ha been In th , city
constantly and has been st the. White
House dallyj Mr. FriHclg Bowe'a 'feayre,
second daughter, ' and 'hn.bartd;" - arrived
today from Cornish,' N. H... and "Mlsa
Margaret Wilson, the eldest ' daughter,
returned a few days ago.
Dr. Cary T. Grayson, the president's
physician and naval aide, haa been in
almost constant sttrndanc pt Mrs, Wil
son and has been In frequent consulta
tion with Dr. R. M. Kennedy, U. S. N.;
his assistant. Dr. Thomas ' Brown, of
Johns Hopkins hospital, Baltimore: Dr.
E. P. Davis of Philadelphia and Dr. P.
I. Dercum ot Philadelphia.
Two German Liners
Seized at Falmouth
LONDON, Aug. . 6:3) p. m. The Hamburg-American
line steamers Kron Prlns-
e.iln Cecllle and the Prim Adalbert, lying
at th seaport of Falmouth, England, have
been seised by the government.
Th British cruiser Diana today brought
the Oerman schooner Else, from Rio
Janeiro, Into Falmouth.
PARIS. Aug6. (4;36 p. m ) A French
mine ship today captured and towed Into
Cherbourg a 1.000-ton Oerman steamer.
LONDON, Wug. t vi:W p. n.) Th
British torpedo boat destroyer La ace was
th hero of th first naval engagement In
th preeent war. alnking the Hamburg
America line steamer Koenlgen Luis,
which had been fitted out a a mine layer.
Th Lane fired only four shots. Th
first destroyed tb brldg of tb steamer,
th third and fourth tor away tb atera
aad the Koenlgen Luiee Bank In aix min
Th Lane rescued twenty-eight of th
Oerman crew. Several were wounded.
Two of them each lost an arm and four
others each had a leg shot away, Non
of th Lanca's crew wa Injured.
Th Koenlgen Lulse was caught laying
mines some sixty miles from Harwich.
Kaiser Denies Swiss
BERLIN (Via Amsterdam and London),
Aug. 1 (5: p. ra.) Thcr Is no truth In
th reported violation ot the neutrality
of Bwttaerland. It has not occurred nor
Is It contemplated. Th Swiss govern
ment has received, according to a govern
ment announcement, an official assurance
to thla effect. -
iiNnnK. Aua. C Advices hav been
received her stating that Blr William
Edward Ooachen, British ambassador at
Beilin, and his staff, hav arrived in
Th French embassy in London wa ad
vised tonight that th Austrian ambas
sador at BU Petersburg haa asked for his
paasports, Austria-Hungary ragardtn lt
lf -In a -state of -war with-' Russia.
rhasatMrlata' telle. Cholera aad
"I advised th. 'boys' when they en
listed In th Bpaniah war to tk Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with them, and hav' received
many thank for tb advlc given."
write" J. H. HoughlanttlEldoo, U. "N
person, whether traveling ' or at ' horn.
Should b without th great remedy."
Yor sale by all druggists. Advertisement
!. r I aarat Order.
WASHINGTON. Aug (Special Tl
f 1. m.t-fo.t master, appointed were aa
followa: Nebraska. Big Horn, Banner
county. Magsl K. Brow a. vW.-e C'h.rle.
R bnyder; Hire, Cherry county, Delia
Hire, vice John C. Hre: Monro, Platte
ounty, Uvnnra 8. Wood, vie Charle
W. Talbilser. resigned. . .
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STATE BANKS ARE BENEFITED
.'--':: .-t 1
May Deduct Guarantee Fund Tax!
from Their Grow Income. , , i
IN PAYING icOEPOKATION TAX
Arguments' Were Presented oa Be
half f Beak by t'o.frtHm.. (
Sloan and .Decision,,. Will
Save-M-aeh la Cash. '.- '-
(From a Staff Correepondent-I -"
WASHINGTON, Aog. f,-KSpwctal Telei
gram.) Congressman Bloan of the Fourth
Nebraska ' district ' today received from
the' commissioner of Internal revenue an
Important ruling affecting relations of
ine siaie oanxs or raeDrasua to in cor-1
poraUon ta law. "Th fcoinrnlsirlbner holds J
that'' amounts paid by' stat 'baolcs ot'
Nebraska as assessments for th beneft,
of th Nebraska bank ' guarantee fund
should be deducted fron) their gros In
come and not subject to the corporation
tax provided for under th national reve
nue law V- ,-, !
The matter was ..placed, beiqr th in
ternal revenue commissioner on -4h rep
resentation of II.. D. .Landls of Seward,
cashier of th Stat Bank of Nebraska,
that the collector of Internal revenue and
advised' that the Nebraska guarantee fund
payment wa a proper deduction in the
gross income ot- th corporation, while
later on th bank Was advised by the
revenue authorities that th deduction
was not allowed under th old law and
demanded an' amended return and pay
ment of . the imposed tas.
' Today's ' decision . by th commissioner
Is the result of an argument mad before
th authorities of tb treasury . depart
ment by Congressman Sloan opposing th
latter ruling. - , ,
Indian Depot Vp Again.
Tha three .republican member of the
Nebraska delegation In the house, Messrs.
Klnkald, Sloan and Barton, together with
Congressman Lobeck, called today upon
Cato Sells. (Comralssloiner of Indian affairs,
and strongly supplemented th argument
.made by Senator Hitchcock and Mr. Lo
beck to the commissioner last Monday to
designate Omaha as one of th thre per
nianent Indian supply depots soon to b
established under tho new law. At the
conclusion of the- hearing in the course
of which strong arguments wer brought
to bear by Congressmen Klnkald. Sloan
and Barton in the intereat of Omaha,
Commtasloner Sells expressed satisfaction
at th Information placed before him, but
Intimated that in all probability no action
would be taken in tb matter for several
Help for Per ekes.
. In response to a telegram from Arthur
F. Smith of Omaha, Congressman Lobeck
visited th state department today and
requested that the department instruct its
agents abroad to locate Erneat Peyck
and wlf of Omaha, who ar presumably
in Hamburg, and render them asalatano
If neceasary. The necessary Instructions
wer forwarded abroad by th department.
Th most-desirable turaishad rooms ar
advertised In The Bee. Get a nic cool
room tor th. summer.
We do not regulate funeral
charges by the ability of
our patrons to pay. We
price-mark all caskets and
furnishings In plain figures,
tell you . the entire cost
in advance and render an
itemized bill. AU this ingurtg
you . agiin.it -exorbitant
HO aWOt ft Pot. JtQt
Friday & Saturday
Misses' snd children's pat
ent colt, kid and Kusla calf,
lare, oxfords and one-strap
sandal, turned ami welt sole
Also white canvas button and
on-Btrap sandal Included
Much values! And such con
tlnueT demand as we have "n- '
Joyed since this sale was first
Inaugurated, last weekly TbAt'n .
why we Hre repeating the sale
and adding frenii lots' ' ot
shoes for tomorrow and- Sat
urday, to give .all a chance to
get a Drexel shoe for II. 00
with Drexel ' quality through
100 paire women's white
canvas high shoes, reg
ular IJ.tO values, at
SOD pairs 13.50.' 14 and $3
lace oxfords. for women,
Men's black: and tan rubber
soled oxford, heel and spring.
V,. d) v ' . ,..
14 19 Far nam St.
Dr. Bradbury, Dentist
1504 Barbara. ' . Fhon B. 1T88
' 31 Tsar Bam Office.
Money-Back Guarants if we, cajmot,,
1 '! . Pless you," ' t
A Crown or Bridge Tooth $2.50 Up
Bat ' Work Warranted' 10 Tea-' '
fiend fpr Mustrated Booklet Free.
POLITICAL ADVERTISING. .
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N FOR RlGISTcR Ot
. DEEDS .
Primaries Auguat 18fh
SUFFER IN HOT WEATHER
l!rs.Winsfow,5 Soothing Synip
A SPLENDID REGULATOR
PURELY VECE7 ABLE NOT NARCOTIC
COMING TO OMAHA
onei tt Attn av aiia in
At zotn and paul
AND MIGHTY SPECTACLE
30Q DANCING OIRLS
Poos Oetn at 1 an T'P. M.l IOOO.
nuutnui iuji it i in i r. i.
Cn 58: W HsZltsttAII
eMntn wnecw s M.Lr-ei
go th Inunenee atree Parade. .
lSowntown Ticket Office
X"Yi:a-II.X.OT PBPO CQ,
Cor. 18th aa Varnam Bta.
Heme yrtoee as Cbarg.a at Oronaff.
Dancing, Boating and'
7 Many Other,
Free Moving Pictures
Free Band Concerts on
. Ideal Picnic Crouflds, .
Des Moines vs. Omaha
Aagnst T, g, . Xa
Friday ootr' Day, game caUg 4 y.m. '.
Boavday Tw Oaaies First 6me ealW
t M. MMdtr, U4jm tr. Crasser
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