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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1915)
THK HUB: OMAHA, WKDN'KSDAY, JULY 7, ma.
WHEAT HARYEST IS
Burlington's Weekly Eeport Shows
Crop Condition in Nebraska
to Be Great.
COBJI ONLY NEEDS SUNSHINE
All through the southern counties
of Nebraska the wheat harvest
has started and Is now In full blast.
In many localities the farmers are
experiencing considerable difficulty
In securing sufficient help, but gen
erally there are enough men to take
care of the grain.
According lo the weekly crop report of
the Burlington, covering all southern and
control Nebraska, wheat continue In
prime condition, with the exception of on
he Wymore division, where there haa
been altogether too much rain during the
last ten daya and where quite an azten
lve area waa badly damaged by hall and
The Burlington'a estimate on the con
dition of the wheat crop at the end of
last week, figuring a perfect crop at 100
per cent. Is:
Division. Prt. Division. P"-t
Omaha n Lincoln !
Wymore 90 McCook Ill
Ta Have Record (rop.
Taking the atate aa a whole. It la esti
mated that the crop will exceed that of
laat rear and will be one of tha best In
the history of Nebraska, both aa to yield
Oats are reported to he In prime condi
tion, with now and then a field that has
been somewhat damaged by rust. As a
whole the crop Is asserted to be far above
So far aa corn la concerned all that la
lacking la a long period of dry, hot
weather, though the condition at this
time la not bad. according to the esti
mate, that by divisions Is aa follows:
Division. Prt. Division. Pet.
Omaha HI Lincoln W
Wymore 85 McCook M
Two Cold for Com.
During last week the weather waa un
favorable for corn. It having been alto
gether te cold and wet. A good deal
f the time farmers were kept out of their
flelda by reason of the weather and dur
ing tha time the weeds were making a
much more rapid growth than waa the
com. However, lata in the week tha
weather turned warm and farmers became
wary hopeful, most of them predicting a
K par cent crop In tha event climatic
conditions ' continue favorable.
Meadows and pastures continue In per
fect condition, but a large quantity of
hay has been badly damaged by rain.
All over the atate last week the pre
cipitation waa heavy, with tha exception
of a, narrow atrip along tha Missouri
river. It ranged from one to four and
na-half Inches, tha heaviest rainfall being
In aeveral of the counties down along the
Kanaas state line.
Neighborhood of the
A plague of snakea la said to have vis
ited the neighborhood of Twenty-second
and Charles streets. Soma of these rep
tile, are described as very long and
Henry Chllman of Ha Charles atreat
telephoned the health offloe for assist
ance In rounding up the derelict creatures
of sinuous proclivities. The health of
fice referred Mr. Chllman to tha police
Mr. Chllman reported ftv dead and
two live snakes In his yard. Other resi
dents near the clrous grounds are Inter
ested and excited.
Three of this snakea are said to have
been seen dangling from the limb of a
tree early In the morning.
Humane Officer Hans Nielsen hag been
directed to go to the scene of unrest and
do his duty.
It is believed the snakes were left by
a oaarnlval company.
Remain to Shop
Omaha store are enjoying a lively
trad from the holiday visitors, many of
whom remained ln the city at least a
part of Tuesday. Stoies were usually
crowded, after being closed since Satur
day night, and managers and floor
walker aaid that a considerable number
of buyer were from outside of Omaha.
"Gen Melady certainly deaerves the
thanks of all Omaha for ataglng such
a crowd-pulling attraction," ileclared
Dick Kitchen of the Paxton. "And Melady
also deserves the thanks of all Nebraska
and Iowa for putting an such a satis
factory, square sort of a match. Nobody
can complain about not getting their
Dan Gainea of the Merchants hotel.
Manager Abraham Burbank of the Fon
tanels, and all other local hotel men said
that their patronage had been simply Im
mense, and that much of U continued
until Tuesday afternoon.
Plans for the Visit
of the Liberty Bell
During tha visit of the liberty bell Fri
day morning traffic will be prohibited on
the Tenth street viaduct, eaat of Eleventh
on Jackson street and south of Harney
on Ninth and Tenth streets to the via
duct. Commissioner Kugel, chairman of
tha general committee, explains that thla
arrangement la neceaaary In order to
handle thousands of people who will view
the great bell of liberty.
The crowd will be admitted from Tenth
street Into Jackson street and will be
kept moving to avoid congestion and to
enable all to see the bell. A platform will
be erected for the convenience of the
crowd. Mr. Kugel wants the line to move
In single file, but If It la necessary
double-breast Una will be formed.
TUrty thousand souvenir will be dis
tributed. Four of the largest policemen
of Philadelphia wUl guard the bell.
NEWELL PUTS OUT BLAZE
WITH HIS GARDEN HOSE
Monday evening a skyrocket act fir to
a vacant house at - Maple street, and
C. L Newell, Vrt Maple, next door, sum
monad the department. When they ar
rived, however. It waa discovered that
Mr. Newell had volunteered as a coin'
psnv of one, and with the aid et
powerful stream from hie gsrden hoi
extinguished lh blaie. blight damage
f0rSgTfars' COMEJN A WEEK
Tentative pisns for the state teachers- Apparent Delay in Completion of
meeting, to 1 held In Omaha In No- Note to U. S. 11 Looked On M
vember. are bring formulated by It. J. 1 IT f t c
Bsrr of Oiand Island state president, and J XlOpelUl SlgTl.
Superintendent IV l tirsff of the Omaha -
schools. The appearance of Mary Antln, I ANSWER FRIENDLY, BELIEVED
author of "The Promised I .and' and!
They Who Knock at Our Galea." on the WASHINGTON, July 6. Ger-
convention program Is assured. Miss An-
tin addressed an Omaha audience last n,anjr " reP'v to tne Uf,t American
spring. ! note concerning submarine warfare
Interest la also centered on the first ' probably will not be received for at
local appearance of Prof. Frank M. l-ev-; least another week. Ambassador
It t of the School of Education of the t'nl- ' .-. j ... . c, ,
,. , ,,, , Gerard In nis reports to the State
verslty of Chicago, who will also sneak , .
at the state meeting. Prof. I.eavltt Is an department has not set a specific
authority on the subject of vocational dale, but has conjectured that a week
guidance and his presence In Omaha also would be required to finish the torn
has been aought by the vocational guld-' niunlcatlon.
ance committee of the local Association! Wl.i:a Mr, Oerard has kept tha Wash
of Collegiate Alumnae, but no date could inffton gnvnmrui constantly Informed tf
be arranged tip to the close of the college ,h(. ,,, ln orfUiB .j j.rtera in Uetlln
women club year. Miss Klliabeth Bre-',,., r.frr(,n.e to the Herman reply, be
nlier Is chairman of the committee. , has been unable to learn definitely aa et
Record Being Made
on Construction of
Late Monday afternoon the flag waa dlssppolnted, aa some reports have said,
broke out from the northeast corner, i at th Protracted discussion, believing
eighth story r-f the Omaha Oraln Ex- that ddltlonal day is likely to bring
ohange bu'Ulng. being erectej at Nine- ,ho ,wo countries closer to an tinder
teenth and Harney streeta, tila meaning "tending.
that the tel conetructlon had reached 8uch advlcea aa Ambasmdor Gerard baa.
Ita greatest height.
In the matter of structural steel con-
structlon thla Is a record ln rapid build-
Ing. so far aa Omaha la concerned. The
setting of steel on the new elght-aiory
Oraln KUchange building waa started
June IB. The steel work waa carried to
Its grestest heliiht July 4. seventeen work-
Ing days Intervening and four of these
havlng been lost on account of rain.
Work along othen lines of construction .
la being pushed aa rapidly as waa the
steel. On some of the floors the concrete
la being laid and the brick ork of the
walla la pretty well along.
in History Done by
Street Car Lines
The Omaha A Council Bluffs Street
Railway company report that It experi
enced the biggest day In the history of
the company July 5. despite the bustling
competition of the Jitneys. W. A. Bmlth,
general manager of the company, dec
lared that the total number of passen
gers carried Monday on the company's
line waa anO.oOO, a bigger total even than
that registered on MoKlnley day dur
ing the exposition In 1898. Three hundred
cars were In constant service Monday.
Sullivan Asked to
Eesign as Minister
WASHINGTON. July , -James M. Sul
livan, American minister to the Domini
can republic, has In effect been asked to
resign hla post aa a reeult of an Inves-
tigatlnn of his conduct by a commission
headed by Senator James D. Phelan of
The report of the commission which
was appointed by former Secretary
Brysn has been on file aeveral weeka.
Secretary Lansing, a few daya ago, by
Instruction of President Wilson. In
formed Mr. Sullivan the report had rec
ommended that he be permitted to re
Bomb Exploded at
N. Y. Police Quarters
NEW YORK, July S.-A dynamite
bomb waa exploded tonight In an area
way outside the detective bureau at po
lice headquarter. While a heavy door
wss blown ten feet and a number of
windows on one aide of the building were
shattered, no one was Injured.
The damaged part of the building is
close to Inspector Fa u rot's office. The
police at first worked on the theory that
a Jail delivery had been attempted. Sev
eral piece of metal waa found, but vir
tually nothing which led to a definite
TO HAVE A DINNER DANCE
Tha members of the membership com
mittee of the Commercial club together
with their ladlea are to celebrate the
cloae of their work for the summer by a
dinner at Happy Hollow club thla eve
ning. About thirty or forty are expected
at the dinner. This being the regular
dance night at the club It was selected as
the evening for tha dinner, so that the
dancing may be enjoyed Incidentally.
The membership committee, of jvhlch
Stanley Rose at er Is chairman, haa been
having a successful run. It haa brought
the membership of the club up to a higher
mark than It has ever reached before.
There are now over l.aoo active members,
and when the associate members are in
cluded there Is a total membership of
something over 1.800. The committee has
brought In soms elghty-flv new active
members In the few months it has been
operating. Now the committee haa held
Its final meeting before the summer va
cation and to celebrate Ita successful
work It is to have the dinner.
HOWELL SAVES MONEY ON
PUMPING STATION PAY ROLL
General Manager Howell of the city
mater plant haa prepared a statement
whk'h shows a reduction from S23.67S.M to
Hl.Stt.n la the pay rolls of the pumping
stations from the first alt montha of
iu ana lor the corresponding period of
this year. The fire period was under
sir. noweu also notes that under
municipal ownership the two-ahlft plan
aaa been changed to a three-shift plan
and wages have not been decreased.
"HYPHENATED CITIZEN" IS
CRITICISED BY MARSHALL
HOT BPRINGB. Ark., July t-The
"hyphenated cltlsen who would swear
to support the constitution of the United
States, knowing that be owed an al
legiance whk'h he would be called on tc
render to another country, waa rrltlsed
by Thomas R. Marshall, vice president of
the United States, In an Independence day
GERMAN REPLY TO
just what It will outline. He knows,
however, that Germany will make
: counter proposal and that Ita exact tt-
ture la now being discussed by various
elements In the German government,
j The apparent delay In the completion
I of the document is lookej upon by offi
cials as a hopeful sign, and they are not
sent portray a favorable atmosphere In
'r.in, from which, he Infers that the re-
Fly will be friendly and perhaps satls-
a'neral way It la known officially
",Bl Germany is endeavoring to avoid
'"rther attacks on passenger vessels of
ny nationality, but Its difficulty Is to
frame a prooal In auch a way as to pre-
vent tha allies from continuing to chip
large quantities of ammunition and C( -
trahantl on such shlpa.
One auggestlon discussed in Berlin offi
cial quarters recently, and of which the
American government was advised, con
templated that passenger vessels clear
ing from American porta be Immune from
attack, placing the burden on the United
States to Interpret Just what Is meant by
"A vessel primarily engaged In passen
While the United States claims under
International law the r'ght to have Ita
cllisena travel on all ships, whether or
not they carry contraband, Germany la
hoping In some way, It la understood, to
Impose a moral obligation whereby Amer
icans would be persuaded not to take
psssage on vessels devoted chiefly to
traffic In contraband. The auggestlon ln
press dlspstche of a Joint British-American
or German-American Inspection of
paaaenger vessels I regarded In tome
official quarter here aa likely to furnish
a bail for a partial understanding.
To Pave Way to t'nderstandlnar.
Aa a whole, officiate here believe the
forthcoming note, while It may not be
productive of an Immediate understand
ing, will pave the way for further dis
cussion In which the friction between
the United State and Germany may be
The pres comment of Germany are
being closely read by officials, who are
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The trouble with all the tooth creams
and powders as well as tha mouth
washes, that have ever been offered you
before la that they are almost worth
less in removing the CAUSE of decay,
pyorrhea and other gum troublea.
Thla has not been entirely the fault of
the manufacturer becauee there waa no
germicide known to avlence that waa
strong enough to do any good and that
could at the same time be used without
For example, you surely couldn't use
carbollo acid. Iodine or corroaive subli
mate In a tooth cream tin any apprecia
ble strength) no matter how good these
poisons might be for other uses. And
alien you depended upon peroxide, or
any of the other wic'ely advertised "an
tleepttre." Vou were simply deceiving
oursel( If vou expected any germicidal
But now com. BENETOL,
the moat effective and powerful harm
it as antiseptic and germicide up to its
usable atrength, known la the world.
tienetol makes possible a tooth cream
that will actually accomplish the clean
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thoroughly that tartar cannot form on
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and your mouth is so antlaeptWa lly
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Hcnelol U the one areat Government
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it hern-fill lesulis. v!l..tr externally o.
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gratified at the apparent efforts of a
large section of the influential class In
wrnn to nnng anoui a oeiier unaer-
standing between the two countrUs.
Frsrbaeae of Vlev a.
RF.ru, IN (via Lonilonl. July .-It Is
learned that a preliminary evlisnte of '
views Is now proceed'1)? between the
United Plates and '-Wmany regard ng
the nature of the f irthmmlMg Orrmin
reply to the Amrrl. an n.te respecting
submarine warfare an'! the Lusit mla In
cident. This Is responsible fr the de
Isy In the delivery of the Germsn note,
the trsnsmisslon of which the American
government expected loday. The ef
forts of the diplomat! on both sides are
directed toward evovln?, through an In- '
formal discussion, a formula for a note j
which would be acceptable both to Ger- !
many and the i'nltel states, and It is
believed the note. wh"n It Is presented 1
end published, will have a reasonable
chance of furnishing a basis for a sst- '
Isfactory settlement of the autmar ne
In consonance with this plan, the Oer
man undersecretary for foreign affairs.
Dr. Alfred Zimmerman, and the Amer
ican ambassador. Jam W, Gerard, had
a conference on Saturday at which the
nature of the draft of the note s elab-1
.-. i . t
uminj in uc uvinut'i ivnirrrn' en wss
outlined and dlscussel.
It is understood that Mr. Gerard has
Informed the Rtate department at Wash
ington fully aa to the outline or the note
and Instructions from that department
are awaited before further styps are
taken. The greatest reserve I being
maintained by both sides.
Moat Carefally flaardea.
Officials of the Oerman foreign office
have for several days denied themselves
to American newspaper callers to pre
vent the nature of tlu deliberations from
leaking out, and althoUKh the chnrncter
of the German proposals, as nt first
considered. I. known with fair accuracy.
the nature of the proposals ln the drsft
under consideration on Saturday, which
haa received the emperor's approval. Is
being most carefully guarded.
There Is reason to believe, however,
mat ineae nave in view me attainment
of aome means for ensuring the. safety
or Americans traveling on pasncngcr
ships, possibly by some plan of certify
ing the cargoea of the vessels.
letall of the plan present greater ,
difficulties than the principle itself, be- i
cause the Germana wish to preserve a j
great a freedom of action aa possible to '
interfere with shipments of war supplies
to Great Britain.
It la pointed out In certain quarters
that the German government la animated
by a sincere desire to go a far In pro
viding for the aafety at sea of Ameri
cana traveling on "lawful occasions" aa
consistent with military necessity and
the force of German pub'ic opinion. And
thla la a force that is certain to be taken
SERIOUSLY INJURED BY
BIOUX CITT, la.. July .-Cllfford Lin
ecott, 14 years old, eon of H. F Llnseott
of North Riverside, a suburb, was thrown
forty feet by sn explosion of dynamite
late today and seriously Injured.
The boy was passing a houseboat on (
the Big Sioux river, where a party of
men were engaged In celebrating the '
Fourth. It la alleged they had set off the j
charge of dynamite. His clothing was
torn to shreds.
SENT FREE TO PROVE IT.
AU thla talk abcut "acid mouth' and
varloua otner clever catch phrases, used
by so many advertisers, are of no real
Importance aa compared with the germ
icidal and antiseptic propertiea of Bene
tol Tooth Cream.
And with all Ita other advantagea Ben
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and refreshing dentrlfrice you ever
tried. There is an entire absence of grit
cr other erodinar material In Benetul
Tooth Cream, and no Injury to the en
amel can leault from Ita use. Yet the
composition ;rodures a wonderful pol
ishing result on the teeth. The package
la large therefore economical.
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a 16 cent tube of thla cream, and ask
him about Benetol produrta. Or If you
prefer to try before you buy, fill out the
coupon or aend ua a postal for a trial
combination package of Benetol prepar
ttona This trial packare la not to be
had from druggtata. so you must write
to ua direct If you wish one.
Benetol preparations are sold, recom
mended and suaranteed tn Omaha by
Sherman McConnell Drug Co. and
other leading drugatala.
Made onlv by The Benetol Co., let
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The Mexican Border
HAJILINOTON. Tex, .lu!v C-LUhty
T 'tilted State cavalrymen left hTc '.od.iy
In pursuit cf a band of forty Mexi -a is
who crossed the bonier some time Hun
dav nl-ht and looted a r.incli near t.y
ford. Tex., thirty mill from l.er. killing
Tl,e F""n,' of Youth Has at tmt
Oe-n Fennel In "Ilrovra.Mone"
The Oiio rerfort Brain Thnt In
F.ntlrely Hni-mlcss and Sure !
to Give Best Ileaulu.
Ton need not tolerate arsv.
or faded hair another day
mMner oay. it takes bit'
-ja to anply "Brownatone"
witn your co-nh or
brush, and Just a
little "touching un"
'nee a month should
"eep your hair the
heautlful shade you ;
Results alwava tha '
Ing. Will not rub or
wsnh off and cu r-
anteed t0 consli
none of th rtang.-r.
on ingredients so
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sl sdes One to pro
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dlum Iupwk, the other, dark brown or
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rour name and address accompanied by
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You cannot over-ext Iniate the value
of a DKHENOABI.K Watch. An un
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of considerable money. You xe al
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Diamond I ing
SOa Round Bel
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14k solid gold. 7
fine diamonds set
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4.00 a Month .
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Wo. IM Cases are double stock gold
filled, warranted for 16 years, either
polished or beautifully engraved,
Klgln movement. Guar an- 10 A
teed accurate. Price '
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CpeD Dally Tltl 8 P. M.t Saturdays TIM 9:30
Call or write for Catalog No. 0J. Phone
louglas 1444 and sal's man will ca'l. i
11 W I CREDIT JEWELERS
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It's m per. ftnM -hukey r kt puiibla
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faaaa. aa4 wa eill saad raa aa eaual aaa
af aa wfciaaar roe aaae la aackaaea.
aa aatur r ta mmd er aaldhu4 m
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Positive Experts on
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Red 4473. 2059 Farnam.
$j2 t) 51Z0
Jr- Month. .
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.imniLis.il i iiuiBlik
Nearly All the
day. Your Unrestricted
Suits Worth. . $1.25
Suits Worth . . $1.50
Suits Worth. . $1.95
Suits Worth. . $2.50
Middies, Vet ties, Balkans,
Russians, Oliver Twist
and Beach Suits
AU washable fabrics. Including many silk mixed garments ln
2ty to 9 years, actual values to On Sale Wednesday
$2.60. at JOC On Second Floor.
July Clearance of Hot Weather Cotton Dress Fabrics, Bed
Spreads, Sheets, Cases, Etc.
In ths Domestic Room
Voile ln excellent variety of 1916
patterns, all 40-lnch fabrics,
usual price 25c, now ....X2,,c
Fancy Weave 8heer Voile, 36
inches wide, buds, floral and
other excellent patterns, usual
price 20c, now, yard g
Fancy Printed Crepe, finest fab
ric for house dresses, children's
wear, kimonos, etc., fast color,
1216c material at, yard ..6
A Great July Clearance of Men's,
Women's and Children's Shoes
AU the odd lots and broken
or retail worth.
Women's Oxfortla Broken
lines of regular $3 and $3.50
values and $1.6.5
Men's Work and Outing Shoe
Including an immense as
sortment of elkskln shoes.
Surplus of Klrkendall Shoe
Co. up to $4.00 values, on sale
July Clearance Sale Offers
Silks at Half Price and Less
Our July Clearance finds us with scores of odd lots and broken lines
of beautiful Silks, 50c up to $1.25 rd values. Our best selling num
bers. Novelty Stripe, Chiffon Taffeta, 36-inch All Silk Messallne,
Checked and Striped Silk Voiles, Marquisettes, Natural Shantung
Pongees. Cheney's Shower Proof
this week in two special bargain
July Clearing Sale
Our Lce Stock la so com
plete, including auch a good
range of kinds and prices that
we are dividing the stock Into
three lots. In a three daya' sale.
Wednesday and Thursday
WEDNESDAY WE OFFER
.Val, Torchon, Cotton Cluny,
Point de Paris and Zlon City.
Laces worth 6c, at . ,..2Ht
Laces worth 10c, at . . . -34)
Laces worth 16c and 20c,
Laces worth 26c and 36c, 10?
Laces worth 35c and 60c, 29(3
tath Towel Sale
Mala Una eooa
Extra large, well mntlt,
double absorbent, bleached
Terry Cloth Towels, all
white or colored borders;
best values offered in this
sale, at, each 25t?
( Oar Aim is Quality Goods and a
Per Cent on the
4l-le. sacka beat High tirade la
nrund 11 r lour uutmng liner fo
brtau, pica or ca-ea sac. .tl.SO
14 iba. best pur Can Uranui-ie l
Sugar fur $1.0(1
10 bare Beat 'Km All, Diamond
C or ivuudry Queen White Laiin
ary boap aWo
tba. beet WliUe or Yellow Corn
7 Iba. beat bulk Laundry Starrii
4 Iba. Fancy Japan Klce, lOo
4 Iba. beat hand-picked Navy
The beet Domeetle Macaroni, Ver
micelli or (Spaghetti, pkg TVo
cana Oil or Mustard Bardlnoa
Tall" can' Alaska Salmon 10
Yeaat Koam. pkg o
larn bottles Worcester Sauce,
Pure Tomato Cataup, sickles (as-,
sorted kind) or prepared Mus
tard, at. per bottle l-4e
IdacLaxen's Peanut Butter, per
The beet bulk Queen Olives, per
V. O. r. or Krumblee. pkg....e
E. C. Corn Fiakea. pkg Se
J-lb. ran fancy Bweet Sugar
Corn at Ta
l-lb. cana Golden Pumpkin. Hom
iny, Pausr Kraut or Baked B'ana
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Let The Bee get you a job.
"Situations Wanted" ads arc free.
in Our July Sales
-1 Scores of Most
CI M r n r 1 8 ill?
3 alues Offered
I in Each De
choice of All the
Heavy Bath Towels, full slza, 20
x40, this value usually 15c to 17c
each, now 12Htt
Summer Weight Crochet Bed
Spreads, full sire, hemmed, real
value $1.25, now, each ....92?
Bed Sheets. 72x90 size, patent
center seam, quality offered ln
this July sale usually BOc, now,
linea must go regardless of cost
here Tuesday Sl.9.8
All Broken Ixts of Children's
ftJVO and $1.65 Oxfords In
one big lot to close Tuesday,
at, pair fl.OO
Many other special lots
shown this week. Watch win
dow a and ads.
Foulards, etc., wmcn we win close
lots at, OC and
July Clearance Sale
Seven apeclal lota Tuesday,
every one marvelous values.
20c Coraet Cover Embrold-
cries, yard .10c
20c Flounclngs, 18-ln. wide,
35c Flounclngs, 27-in. wide,
86c Allovers, 22-ln. wide,
yard ................ .18c
75c Flounclngs, 45-ln. wide,
16c and 20c Baby Sets at,
Loombud Stripes, at, yd 7 Ho
25c Plain and Fancy Ribbons,
immense assortment, at,
White Goods Sale
Mala Whit Oooag Seotloa.
"White embroidered 40 inch,
dress and waisting Voile;
beautiful designs; July clear
ing sale brings these 88c and
$1.0) quality sheer fabrics
now at yard 50t
Saving of 25c Per Cent to SO
Cost of Living
2-lb. can fancy Wax, String,
Green or Lima Beana THe
The beat Tea Sifting, lb..iaH
Herahey'a Breakfast Cocoa. ..gio
1-ancy Golden tiantoa Coffee, per
We Advise Our Customers ta a
Vp Aprloota low.
This la eatra faaoy OaUformla
Trni Wsaaeeday, tot -baake
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The beat Creamery Butter, carton.
Per lb soo
The best Creamery Butter, bulk,
per lb aso
Ciood Dairy Butter, per lb aso
IS lbs. Bew retatoes to the peek
4 bunches fresh Beeta, Carrota
or Turnlpa ,....
t bunches freah Radlahca. . . .. .60
buclies freah Ontnna Be
fYesh peaa. quart. THs; 4 for 86
Two large Curumbera .' Be
heads fresh Leaf Lettuce Be
t he-da freah liyad Lettuce... Be
4 bunches fresh Rhubarb Be
1 bunches fresh Asparagus. . . .Bo
r'aircy Klpe Tomotoes. lb Be
Two large Green Pepper a. .;. .Bo
Fresh Hplnach, peck Be
A full line of Raspberries,
Gooeeberriea, Blackberriee. Logan
berrlea. Cherries, etc., at lee than
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