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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1915)
Tllft HttE.: OMAHA, MtlUAY, JVLiX X.i, J'JIS.
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Seltlirely Normal Condition! Pre
rail Upon the Exchange.
WAS SHARES NOT SO BUOYANT
rcmr tork. juiy a. neiativetv nor
mal conditions prevailed In the stock mar
ket tixlnv In the sens that trading- In
war speclelttce srae mora restrained ami
price char lea sensational. Those
issues, however, were aMln the con
spicuous features, with new htah rec
ord a for Haldwln 1ocomntlve at
nil Hcthlehem fleet preferred at I"1.
t,.vtm..i- in f t to I nolnts were ,
realstered lv other Issues of this "Ja",
General Hectrlc being especially trong I
Westlnghouse. yesseroay a sm-cmc imi
fmre led the lint In point of activity
hut faded to repeat It hlh record. ril
clhle Steel helped to swell the large
operations In this quarter of the lint.
There were acme hlirh erratic move
ments In such Industrials na t.eneral
Chemical. whl h fell 25 points; American
Coal Products, which rose M and re
acted almost I" point", "nd Cuhan Bugar.
which gained II points. Other sugar shares
were strong on large war sales. An
other unusual feature was the I w I
point advance In espress Issues, u I re
sult of the rate Increases hy the Inter
state Commerce commission.
Knllroad shares monlfested Increased
heaviness and general Irregularity, Can
adian Pacific falling points to V. Jt
low price since lH. and ft. Paul de
clining to within a fraction of Its mini
mum. Southern Pacific and Houthern
Railway preferred also felt the weight
of continued pressure. Baltimore
Ohio was the onlv striking exception to
the lower trend, advancing a point on
publication of June earnings of 11. 1,.
the best In the company a history for
that period of the year.
contrary to recent nnw ..--
prices were made In the final dealing.
the railway group then showing greatest
weakness, while realising rales rved tn
reiluce uuoted values in N estlnghnume ,
and otlier S'wrlaltlen.
amounted to 67.iO shares.
All forms of foreign exchange wer.
wesker. francs and llres belnr under
marked strain, although nfferlnss of
these remittances were comparatively
light. The effect of the British war loan
was observed In the weekly ststetnent of
the Hank of Fngland public deposits In
creasing over !..),. with a gold In
trease of f:fl.Om,ii, while liabilities re
served were moderately higher.
The local bond market was steady,
with a further reduction of foreign of
ferings. Total salos. par value, aggre
gated n. r.. . . .
Inlted Ftates registered 2s advanced
4 per cent on call.
NfJW YUllK. July M.-Ooalng stock
Alaska nale 4Hlnt Hsrraatw ....
latl (apear ...... Ks. cur vthm. It
Am. IW sufir lim-hlh Bll.r Ml
Amsrtaan Can M'loiilvllls Naah..lOT
Am. Bmlts ' Maalran Trtroltsm. 1114
Aster ltir Bfnt.,to Mliml Copper 17
Aswrl Tel. TI...IJI Mo.. Kan. Ta... V
Anacos4e stlslng .. Missouri Partf I '
Alrhlsnn ions Nillnnal ls4
Ksltlmors Ohio.. IsNeirads Covvr .... I4
P'slya Rap. Trsa..Nsw Tork Csntnll. . M
CslilortiU I'stroleum 11 K. T.. N. M. 4 H.. n
(snsdlsa PsrlMs ..lsSNorthTii Fsrlllg . . .04Va
(antral l-nth.r .... 41tt Pnll. I'al. Car Cs..lo'
I'liesspeak 'h!o. H rteaitlns H
Chi.. Mil. 81. P. 1'4R"-H lalans pM
China Copper 4N Somhsra Parltla .
Coin. Fl Iroa.. X Snutliara Hsllwaf
iMBTar Hlo Q.. 'Teiaa rempast ,
yrta t Talon Parlfla ..
Oeneral Fleclrlo ...Its I'. H. Stasl
treat Norlhars pfd llH 0 P"1
orsal No. Ota Ota. H '! ('"pner ....
Illisols Ontrsl Waar Inloa ..
Inter -Mat. pl II UK.
napiratloa Coppar .. MSi
Kan Tork Money Market.
NF.W ToKK. July 22.-MKRCANTILB
rAPKR 4.l per cent.
HTKHMNiJ EXniANOR-tKM"!' bills,
14.71W, demand. l4.7S.Mi; cnhles, 14.7710.
HlL.Vl!.K Uar. 47c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, firm; railroad
MONET -Call, steady; high, I per cent;
low, i per cent; ruling rate, l per cent;
last roan, X pr cent; closing bid, 1 per
cent; offered at i per cent. Time loans,
stronger; days, per cent; days,
t ner cent; six months, 'H per cent.
Closing quotations on bonds were:
V. g. rat la. rag... S7SM. K. a T. 1st 4a.. TS
do coupon It Mo. Paa. cv. as. ... t4
V. a. ra 1"04N. V. ran. Sab. Sa lsa M,
So ceupoa 1WN. y. c. 4 itM..i,ll4)
V. S. 4a. rag I'rt N. Y. mta 4Ha .10l4
ao coupon lliMjN. T.. N. H. H.
Panama s. eiupna.liHi cv. 4 lost,
Asier. SNaltara as. .lot North am Psoitis 4a. e
A. T. 4 T. ev. 4Ha 101 do Is Iiu
Armoar Co. 4W-. HHOra. H. U rf. 4a . last
Atrhlaoa goa. 4a.... tovj Paalflo T. a T. aSPTV,
ttaltlmoro a Ohio 4a anPsii. oan. 4Ha.....loj,
CVniral Parifia m.. MSi So aea. 4 Via ;s
Ctwa Ohio 4 Via.. M Raadlns son. 4a
C. B a Q. I. 4a.. aavj'S. I a H. r. r. 4a t
ij M at r s ao.i'v mnttnora rat. CT aa P7
C. R. I. ft P. g. 4ta 41 ef M
Ma rat. 4a WV, Soalharn Hallwaa Is
on. 4 R. O. rat. to 44 I'nlaa Parlflo 4a 14
J.rla can. 4s (oH 4o Sv. 4a U
loaral etwtrla M.)o?M'. . Kuhhar fa.,,. mi
tlnau No 1st 4,. Ms, I'. H Htaal U 1U
Illinois Oaa. rat. 4s M Wahaah lat la J iu
K. t 0. rat la.. ,1,Watam I nlon 4Vaa H
U N. on 4s II Waal. Kloo. c. la... 1414
I.a a a an lack Market
IjONDON. July H American securities
on the stock market were a shade under
parity, with the exception of Inlted
Mates Hteel, which waa ateady. The
tone was good and the markings were
HIIiVFTR Bar. 2J MM per ounce.
MONKY 4'0"4' per cent.
II(4CH)I NT KATK8-eliort bills, M. per
cent; three months, Mif.i per cent.
Rvaperatesl Apples ! Irled KrsiHa
NEW YORK. July 22.-EVAPOUATKD
DUIEU FlliriTS Prunes, firm. Apri
cots and peaches steady, Itslslus firm.
Dry Gooola Market.
NEW YORK. July K.-DHT OOOD
Cvtton goods were steady and moderately
active today. There Is a better Inquiry
(or yarns. Worsted yarns are In good
demand for cxxiorl.
VISITORS VICTIMS OF BOLD
THIEVES REPORT LOSSES
Jacob Schmltt, a delegate to the Baan
gerfeat stopping at the Arcade hotel,
was writing a letter and had his vest
hanging up In th writing room, when a
man purporting to be another delegate,
entered. When ha left, after brief con
versation and exchange of greetings,
Schmltt discovered that his slM IS. 17-
Jewel Clerman sliver watch had been
lifted from his vest.
Mutro Huyn. Ashby. Neb., was robbed
of US by a pair of confidence men.
WIDOW OF CITY FIREMAN
IS GRANTED k PENSION
Mattle C. Hood, widow of Oeorge Hood,
has been allowed a monthly pension of
ji by the city council oa account of the
death of ber husband, who was a city
fireman. Evidence was offered to show
Mr. Hood suffered Injuries while In the
service. Mrs. Hood has four small chil
dren. Her husband died July 4. 114.
BARBECUE TO BE STAGED .
AT MILLARD SATURDAY
Boosters of Millard will hold a barbecue
and a delayed Fourth of July celebration
at that village Saturday. Governor More-
bead lung accepted an Invitation to be
present. County commissioners and
other county officials have been Invited.
Automobile races, athletlo events and
fireworks at night arc a part of the en
OSTENBERG BUYS HOME
ON WEST CENTER STREET
William H. Ostenberg has purchased
the home of Waiter U. McCormlck at
Thirty-second avenue and Center street
for appioxlmately to.000. The MoCormlcks
are leaving the ctty fcr Chlcsgo. Mr.
Ostenberg will make some changes In the
bouac, snd will occupy It soon. The sale
was made through A. P. Tukey aV Boa.
Coo foe glrk lleaaarbra.
Constipation causes si. k headache and
Ir. Kl!,"s New lit Pills will cure It,
Take a duae tonight. Lc Ail drug
gist, Advertieer '
Henri Scott and Paul Althousc
Arc Elected as Omaha Boosters
Kehearae, rehearse, rehearse lha-t WM
the order of the day at the Auditorium
preceding the opening of the artlata' aJa
matinee at 1:39 o'clock Thursday. Whm
Theodor Kelhe wasn't conducting
Theodor Reeee wn. And the great aolo
11 a aat and waited their turn with ar
tistically tempered Impatience.
Julia Claumen stood beside Conductor
i Reese's podium and alternately smiled
rn the musicians and threw up her hands
n horror when Ollnga didn't go to ault
ana waig srouni in circiea to paniy re
lieve her feelings.
After about an hour of this Maria
Rappoid, who had been waiting all the
time, got a chance. Mme. Kai'poid Is
dark and slender, yes, alendor, which la
something that not many great singers
can be. She has very pretty hands and
she lets lhcm be seen ss much as pos
sible. Hhs has the electrical "French"
manner, and she has a charming amile.
Her rehearsal went along rapidly.
Lt us be Introduced to Henri Scott and
Paul Althouse while they are waiting.
Prof. Ptedlnger presents us. Ah, they are
charmed to meet ua. Mr. Bcott la rather
tall and plump and wears a light suit
and a soft collar. Ha carries a cane. Mr.
Althouse Is short and very dark. II pre
sents also his wife, who Is a petite bm-
nette of charm.
. knew hl a. lare city
I never knew what a large -y
Omaha was, and what line wide streets
v ve nrreI Wny thtyre all as wldo
Mr. Scott Is elected to the Ancient Or
der of Omaha Boosters.
"Why, It's wonderful what streets you
have here," said Althouse.
Enthmiaatio Crowd at Auditorium
to Greet German Vocaliiti of
LOCAL CHORUS VOICES WELCOME
Omaha spent Ua darllKbt boura
giving welcome to the Saengerfeat
visitor, and, when evening came,
Joined with those vlaltora In pack
ing the Auditorium to listen to the
reception program of the festival.
While the building' waa not
Jammed for it takes a lot of peo
ple even to fill the Auditorium,
without approaching a Jam It waa
such an assemblage as testifies the
Interest in the proceedings, and
enough to inspire the visiting
choristers and the Baengerbund
managers with the notion that
Omaha folka really do appreciate
music, and particularly under the
circumstances, that la ao direct in
It was really a veautiful eight, the
great hall decorated for the occasion
with flowers and flags, and'great palms
and grasses, and1 the. lights and all
mingling In a glorious pluture, not the
least Interesting feature being the mul
titude, faces lighted up with the smile
of expectancy and a general aspect of
welooms and hospitality everywhere.
Singers Maaaes ost Staare.
On the great stage the local festival
chorus was massed, to open the recep
tion, the sections slnginrr a chorus of
greeting, the muslo to the mens by
Prof. M. Bungert and to that of the
women by Prof. Th. Rud. Reeaa, the
words by Dr. Herman Oerhard,
Promptly at 1 o'clock Wednesday
Prof. Theodor Rudolph Reese walked
out upon the stage amid tremendous
applause, bowed to the audience, raised
his baton and In a moment the great
orchestra was- In full swing and the
twenty-sixth national saengerfest had.
begun Ita career of melody Governor
More head and his military staff occu
pied boxes, go did Mayor, Dahlman and
other distinguished cltiteiis. In the boxes
nd on the main floor were many so
ciety people. In fact It was a repre
sentative audience of all the people.
The stage was a beautiful sight The
local choruses were beautifully disposed
on the seats rising In tiers back from
the orchestra. The men In their dark
clothes sested In the center were so
placed Uiat they formed the figure of
a lyre In contrast with the ladles, who
were all In white and wearing roses.
At the top of the stage was a great
lyre made up of electrlo lights.
The entire Auditorium was flag-decked
from the fronts of the boxes to the very
top of the lofty celling. Resides these
there were wreaths of oak leaves hung
about the boxes and the sides of the bal
cony. The front of the stage waa banked
with palms and ferns. To the right
and left of the stage at the height of
the balcony were the banners of the
various sai nger associations represented.
Handsome souvenir programs of fifty
pages were provided, printed In several
colors, containing pictures of the prin
cipal artlata, directors of the saenger
feat, views of the city, all done In sev
eral colors snd free from a single ad
vertisement. The "oangerfest March," composed by
Prof. Reese and dedicated to rest-President
Robert C Strehlow, was the open
ing number. Then came an Inspiring
"Chorus of Greeting." first by tha mea
of the festival chorus and than by the
Leo Hoffman, president of the Omaha
Saengerfeat association, introduced Fast-
President 8trehlow, who delivered a short
address, first m German and then In
Kngllsh. which was enthusiastically re
ceived. He compared this great festival
of muslo which la now occupying the
attention of Omaha and the great west
with the activities, which are occupying
the attention of Europe at present.
"Ours U a mission of peace," he said.
"the cultivation of tha most beautiful of
arts, the art of music"
Thsodor O. Behreaa, president of the
Baengerbuad of the Northwest, wag In
troduced, and the handsome banner
which had been brought from 84. PauL
the last Saengerfeat city, was brought Oa
the stage. Prealdent Behrena received
and presented U to Mr. Btrehlow as
president of tha Omaha association, la
his speech ha recalled the fact that this
banner was presented to the Omaha as
sociation )ust five years ago. The
ner Is kept by tha tsaengerfeat city dur
ing the two years following Ita recep
Mayor Dahlman spoke a hearty wei-
come to Omaha for all attending the
baengerfest. Governor Morebead fol
The subject of traveling comes us. Mr.
Althouse Is going on to Pan Francisco and
then fill engagements on the way back
east again. Mr. Bcott Is also very busy
"I don't like to travel," said Henri.
"Ton know, I never meet anyone 1 know.
I Just git In the car all day long. Nobody
speaks to me. I apeak to nobody. One
man once offered m a drink, pulled out
a flask of whisky. Of course I didn't take
t Ptralght whisky on one's throat,
Lived JTest Door.
The Interviewer lived recently In Phila
delphia In the same block as the Metro
politan ' Opera house there. He men
tioned the fact to Mr. Althouse and dis
covered that the tenor, when singing
once each week In Philadelphia during
the season, had rooms nest door. Ho
was at 1432 Poplar street, the Interviewer
"How small the world Is!" cried Mrs.
"My, my, my, my, but Isn't It won
derful," exclaimed Mr. Althouse.
"Rather a coincidence . for you two
neighbors to meet out here In Omaha,
Indeed," aald the calm Mr. Pcott.
Up sauntered Mr. Marie Rappoid that
Is to say the husband, of Marie Rappoid.
a tall, slender, quiet man.
"Hello, where were you last night at
the movies?" demanded Mr. Hcott.
Ah, ao great artistes and their hus
bands go to movies, too. Alas, we
thought they spent all their spare time
In their rooms singing and practicing
The Bee's Fund for
Free Milk and Ice
Contributions from 10 centi to 5
are solicited and will be acknowl
edged in this column.
An ounce of prevention it worth
a pound of cure. Freih milk kept
cool will ward off infant complaints
and make the difference between
health and licknen.
rrerlongly aokaowtodged . . . f SMC aS
rrlaad ef xattle O&ea 1.00
a. o. t l.oo
lowed and delivered the welcome of tha
Ovations tat gingers.
"In the Spinning Room," sung by ths
chorus with orchestra, continued the
musical part of the evening's program.
It Included solos by Mrs. Q. W. Icken and
I Mlaa Dora Haarmann and was so well
done mat an encore was demanded and
Miss Margaret Damm scored a success
in her soprano solo, an aria from "La
Trsvlata," received several bouquets and
responded with an encore number.
Then came Paul Keese, son of Prof.
Reese, who waa greeted with great ap
plause and sang, "Tha Poor Honved"
(Hungarian reservist), In a clear tenor
tolca with, extraordinary good enuncia
tion. Great applause and flowers were
his reward, too, and. he responded with
aa encore number, accompanied by his
father on tha piano.
The Two Bandits." overture by the
orchestra, followed and then the entire
chorus and orchestra rendered "Wltte-
klnd," the baritone solo being sung by
Fred K. Rleth.
Knrloo Palmetto, the famous Danish
lyrlo tenor, was In splendid voice and
sang an aria from "Pagllaoct," with fine
effect Ha had to respond with two en
cores before the audience would let
Greeting far Mrs. Kelly.
Mrs. Thomas J. Kelly, en the program
for three songs, was given a real ovation
when she came on the stage, and re
warded the audience with her best ef
forts. Mrs. Kelly'g voice Is well known
In Omaha, and was never heard to better
effect. Her clear, pure tones were per
fectly produced, and her selections were
such as to show her vocal equipment In
Ita fullest. Her first song was "Aller
aeelen," by ftlohard Strauss; her second,
"Waldelnsamkelt,'! by Max Roger, and
her third, "Spring," by Hansons!. Mrs.
Kelly did not sing an encore number,
but bowed ber acknowledgment of the
applause) and flowers that came to her.
A Tyrolean tone-picture, "Poets on the
Alps, - by Engelsberg, for the mixed
chorus of ths Omaha Mulskvereln and the
orchestra closed tha program. The ac
companists for the evening were Miss
Ruth Flynn. Mrs. H it. Zsbrtskte. Mr.
Jean P. Duffleld and Mr. Slgmund Lands-
berg, the so(o harpist being Miss Ioretta
Though the program was long, the
large audience showed no signs of tir
ing and was as enthusiastic at the close
of the program as at the beginning.
Those In charge of the big affair ex
press themselves as delighted with the
success shown In every department. It
bids fair to be the biggest Saengerfeat
of all the twenty-six.
Rehearsals will go oa this morning for
tha concert of this evening. Though
every singer and player la familiar with
every piece not one thing la left undone
to Insure tbe big chorus and orchestra
moving In perfect unison when the final
Turkish Envoys on
Way to Make Peace?
GENEVA, July . (Via Pariai.-Nedt
Jemkden Effendl. the Turkish minister
of Justice, and Fassun Kffendl are ex
pected here tomorrow from Vienna for
the purpose. It Is reported, of opening
separate peace negotiations with ttv
It la stated that ths delegates are In
vested with official powers
Recent dlapatches have stated that the
Turkish ruuiUter of Justice, with a fel
low delegate, waa on his way to Ma User-
land to meet representatives of the en
tente powers. They were reported on July
U sa having passed through Softs, Bul
garia. Wkeeisnaot Cwsjgh.
"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at oaa time
that she had hemorrhage of the lungs.
I was terribly alarmed about her condi
tion. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy so highly recommended. got her a
bottla and It reUeved the cough at once.
Before she had finish d two bottle of
this remedy aha waa entirely well,"
rrltes Mrs. S. I. Grlmea. Crook tv It la,
Ohio. Obtainable everywhere Advsrll.
SIOUX FEAR JULIA
WILL GET TRADE
Merchant at the Iowa Town OffeT
to Pay Freight Charge, as Far
HAKES TRIP 117 SIX HOURS
The Jobbers of Sioux City have
become alarmed at the way the lit
tle boat "Julia" la throwing Decatur
business to Omaha, according to
Captain W. B. Stevens if the
"Julia," who arrived with his craft
and a cargo of corn from Decatur
Wednesday afternoon. .
Captain Stevens says he heard at De
catur that the Jobbers of 81oux City had
offered to ahlp their goods for Decatur
consumption as far as Onawa, la., and
pay the freight themselves, In order to
get the Decatur business. Onawa is a
dosen miles or more east of Decatur.
Freight landed there would havo to be
hauled overland and then taken across
the river In a ferry to reach Ieci
Captain Stevens says this offer of
flloug City men will probably do them
no good, as hs says the cost of hauling
the goods overland from Onawa and of
taking It across the river In the ferry
will come as high as his freight charges
to bring the goods' from Omaha.
The Julia came down the river In six
hours this trip. The river Is higher than
It was when he left Omaha by some six
feet, according to Captain Stevens.
On account of the high waters, Stev
ens says hs will wait a few days before
starting back to Decatur. Ho eays it
would be all but Impossible to buck the
stream with the water as high as It Is.
Picnic Next Week
A special train will carry the uniform
rank of the Woodmen of the World to
lAke Okobojl Monday over the Mil
waukee. About luO will leave Omaha for
the district encampment, which will last
for a week.
as Family Sleeps
t hllo the family of Max Twelnack. 1147
North Eighteenth etrett, slumbered, a
prowler entered the house through a rear
window and made off with the family
silverware, trine Jewelry and ti In money.
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT
MEN TO MIX ON DIAMOND
The city passenger men are scheduled
to play base bail against the city freight
men Saturday afternoon at Rivervlew
park at 4 o'clock. The passenger team
Is under the able management of Jim
Sharpe and Art Mahoney of the Bur.
Ungton, and Billy Leary of the South
ern railway Is the man at the helm of
the freight team.
TWO WOMEN ASK COURT
tO GRANT THEM DIVORCES
Joseph L. Padrnos, local attorney, Is
defendent In a suit for dlvorca begun In
district court by Mrs, Julia A. Padrnos,
who alleges extreme cruelty as grounds.
The couple was married at Wahoo, March
Mrs. Oolda D. Wood haa brought ault
for divorce against James D., alleging
THIEVES MAKE GOOD HAUL IN
ROOM ON SOUTH SEVENTH
8.; Lnaholatl's room at 1217 South
Seventh street, waa entered by thieves
Wednesday night- who took 10 In cash
and a f30 certificate of deposit on a
local bank from his trunk. .
.Milke Stathoa, fa South Thirteenth
street, was held up and robbed of $2fi
near Thirteenth and Jackson atreets by
a lone bandit.
MUNSHAWS DECIDE TO
TRY IT ILL OVER AGAIN
Bert Munshaw and Mrs. Addle B. Mun-
shaw, who were divorced in district
court June 4, were married In county
court Wednesday, Two year ago Mrs.
Munshaw filed a petition for divorce on
grounds of cruelty. A reconciliation fol
lowed. Then came a renewal of the suit
and the granting of a decree.'
CAUGHT AFTER SNATCHING
WATCH FROM -PEDESTRIAN
Louts Smith, 1317 Douglas street, Is
being held at police headquarters for
snatching a watch from the pocket of a
pedestrian on South Sixteenth street. He
was raptured after a short chase by Of
ficer M. E. Anderson.
QaaUty Goods a4 a Baviag of aa
II lbs. Haat Pure Cane Urauulatei
Tiie only kind for preserving fruit.
Kluur is advancing every day. Yte
advise our customers to buy now.
Thuraday. 4-lb hack best High
Uiade luVmond If Flour, nothing like
It. lr aack ..$l.SO
li bare at-' Era-A 11. Diamond C or
Laundry guaea white laundry soan
lbs. Fancy Jaian Rice Bee
4 lua. Heat Pearl Tapioca or Navy
Fancy Queen Olives, quart S60
IJ-os. Jara Fure 1-Yult Preserves, .aae
The Beat Itoineaiio Macaroni, Ver
micelli or Boaghettl. rkg TUa
Irge bottles Worcrater Sauce, Pure
Tomato Catsup. Pickles (assorted
kindat. or v-epared Mualard. at. per
Tail cans Alaska Salmon... loo
cana Oil or Mustard Sardlnee. . .B
J-10. cana liaked Beana, llomlny or
rutnpkin .. .....Trse
K C. Corn Hakes, pkg.. .aa
W.'O. C or Kruinblee. pkg... ...TH
Advo Jell, for dessert the Jell that
whlis, per package VV
Four lo-os. cans Condensed Mllk..S5o
Fight 4-oa. cana Condenaed Mlik..Se
Yvaef l'im, package ;c"aiiJ
Tha Boat Tea tilfitnge, per lb..ava
Uershsy'a iiraakfast Cocoa, lb....8M
It Pays TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST It Pays.
Friends of Thrasher
Standing by Officer
Who Was on Carpet
Friends of Motorcycle Policeman la 8.
Thrasher are preparing to enter a vig
orous protest to the city council be
cause of the treatment accorded htm
In the recent hearing wherein he was '
charged with misconduct, drunkenness 1
and displsy of violent temper. '
At the heating the council heard all
of the stories of witnesses for the prose
cution, but did not consider ail the wtt- ,
nesees for the defense, and later re- j
turned a verdict that Thrasher was I
guilty of displaying too much temper, .'
but exonerated him on the other chargea.
Thrasher was fined ten days' pay and
later Acting Olilef Dempsey adued to
the punishment by reducing Thrasher's
rsnk and pay. j
Thrasher's friends declare that as the j
complaining witnesses against Thrasher
were found guilty In police court of re- j
slating an officer and operating an auto
with bright lights, the council could do
no leas than uphold the policeman.
LIVES A GIRL
Who Suffered As Many Girl.
Do Telia How She
Sterling; Conn. I am a girl of 22
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For Summer Tours Short
Journeys Week End Trips
no luggage could be more de
sirable than our Suit Cases of
Fibre, Matting, or Cane. Light
in weight (easy to carry) dur
able (won't scuff very easily),
nicely finished inside and out,
and very reasonably priced.
Any price you wish to pay
from $1.50 to $10.00, and ex
cellent values at every price.
FRELHiG & STEIULE
"Omaha's Best Bag gag a Builders"
1803 Farnam St.
to 80 per cent on the coat of 11 ring
Fancy Uolden Sauitoa Colfea. Km
ornik, per lo goo
til BVTTSm ABTD BOO) MllUf
YOB IBS PEOC-I.S.
The Beat Strictly Fresh Nix 1 Eggs.
per doaen lea
The Beat F'ancy No. I Creamery But
ter, per pound.' gao
No. 1 Country Creamery Butter, lb. Sea
Oood Dairy Table'Butter. lb See
Full Cream Young America, Wiscon
sin Cream or N. T. White Cheese, st.
per pound , Sue
Imported Koquefoi. or Imported
Hulas Cheese, per pound... Oe
Nufcftstal Cherne, special, 3 for. Se
TBS VKOITA1LI AMD 1-BTIT
MAKatiX TBI rtOrLI.
IS lbs. New Potatoes to the peck..B0a
It lbs. Cooking Apples to the pk. Boe
Wsx or Cirrcn Beans, lb. 3ViS
bunchea Fresh Iaf lettuce Sa
I bunchea Fresh Radlahea a
S bunches Fresh Onions Be
4 bunchea Freeh Beets, Carrots or
Turnips for So
Klpe Tomatoes, lb
Fresh Pea a, quart B
t stalks Fresh Celery IK
I larse flr"n Panwri Sa
I bunches Fresh Parsley Ba
umo srs ubo va UKoaa
Extra Fancy Lairs e Jul.v Union
ber dosen loo. BOo, a&e
Extraordinary Offerings in
Men's and Boy's rVear
DOMESTIC ROOM FOR FRIDAY
lYiday morning we place on sale 9li Boys' Knickcr Suits,
sizes 6 to 18 years. . Only one and two of a kind, light
and dark colors. Only 93
so they will not last loner,
they are $X95, $4.50 and $5
None Sold To Peddler's or Merchants
$10 & $12.50
Men and. young men who are looking for bargains
for vacation trips should get to our Domestic Boom early
We have gotten together from our main Clothing
department about 150 fine suits that sold at $10.00 and
$12.50. Friday and Saturday you may have any one in
the lot for $5.00.
This sale includes Princess
Trousers that sold as high as
$3.60. Only broken lines, but
all sizes and lengths are here
In worsteds,. casBlmeres and
tweeds. Values $1.95 to $3.60,
on sale Friday t-l C(
and Saturday sPl,OU
That Dress Sale
An Extra Dress For . .
No matter what Summer "Wash Dress you pick out,
whether it costs $5.00 or $10.00, we will give you another
one just as good for a dollar. For example: If you buy a
$5.00 dress you may have another $5.00 dress, $10.00 worth,
for just $6.00. Summer materials, good styles, all isizea; on
sale in lleady-to-Wear section, second floor.
Special SUk Bargains
50c Tub Silk at 18c
Several hundred yards of 36-ln.
Tub Silks that are slightly
water damaged, white grounds,
with colored stripes, 1Q
while they last Friday, it IOC
2,000 yards of wide Silk Poplins,
Novelty Twisted Crepes and
Novelty Poplins, In a good line
of colors, $1.00 and
More Bargains in Domestic Room
Laces, Embroideries and Notions
A big Job lot of Inserting at,
A fine line of Edges and In sort
ings at. yard 35
A big line of Laces in Edges and
Inserting at, yard 2 He
18-inch Embroidery Flouncing.
and Corset Covers, yard.. 10
200-yard Machine Thread... 2d
50-yard Silk Thread 2
400-count Pins, per pkg 2t
Hair Brushes, each . . . .10
Final cleanup of our entire
stock of Men's High Grade Sum
mer Shirts, consisting of Griffon,
Arrow, Monarch, Ideal and Im
perial makes. All styles and ma
terials included in this sale.
Shirts worth to $3.00.
at. OSt nd GOe
Shirts worth $3.00 to. $6.00,
at 81.08 and 82.05
Clearance sale of 200 dozen fine
Union Suits, athletic and regu
lar styles, made of silk rib bal
biiggan. mesh, nainsook, silk
stripe madras. In fact, all this
season's best materials, worth
to $3.00, at. -81.45 and Q8
A large lot of Men's Work apd
Dress Shirts, plain and figured
styles to choose from, worth to
$1.00, at 85c, 3 for 81.00
Drugs and loilet Goods in the Domestic Room
a Km -n Bwaathaart Talcum Bo I tOc bottle Phenolaa wafara
ISc and lOo Toilet aoap. at, 1 for.lBe
5 bars Ivory aoap
lOo rolls Crepe Toilet paper
Now For a Clean-Sweep Sale of
The Hardware department comes forward with some sweep
ing reductions featured for Friday. Prominent f
among many good bargains are a lot of Brooms, If l
which as long aa the supply last, will sell for only. .
There are other good items in Hardware, too. They
will be found in the Domestic room.
tl.25 alie "Climax" Food
$1.00 site "Climax" Food
Small f ood Choppers
run sue wean ioaras
35e Heavy Braided Cotton Clothes Lines
Chemically Treated Dustlesa Mops
Chemically Treated Dustleas Furniture Dusters
40c slse large White Enamel Mixing Bowls....
Large alie Wooden Rolling Pins
One lot of Warranted Butcher Knives...
35c else 8 Cast Cake Griddles
25c bottle Ocedar Oil
One lot Stiasors and Shears....
2 5c size Sink Strainers
tt rnv PaJi A vne nva nncT rr
ITS I a. I B U
values ; for just . .
Genuine Khaki Trousers, good
weight, and well made; belt
loops and cuff bottoms; sices
28 to 44 waist; on sale Friday
and Saturday in the Domestic
Room these $1.60 QJ"
values for only aOC
io pieces or 42-mcb All Bilk
Crepes in a few good colors;
the former price of this QO
article wae $ 2.2 5, Friday, O C
16 . pieces of yard-wide Black
Dress Peau de Sole, Chiffon
Taffeta and Pallet de Sole, three
splendid qualities that will
give satisfaction, ' QQ
Children's Hobo Supporters, per
Dressing Combs, each ,....10
Whisk Brooms, each 15
Pad Hoee Supporters, p'r.X3Hg
Ladles' Belts, each 10
$1.00 Hand Bags.... 4f
Shopping Bags l&d
Hand Mirrors 10
Ladies' Handkerchiefs. .. .2 H
Ladles' Neckwear 2t?
Ladles' Neckwear 5
Final cleanup of the finest Straw
Hats. Your choice of our Men's
Straws (Panamas excepted) for
5c. Sennltts, Splits, Porto Rl
cans and Shrink! Braids, in soft
and stiff straw shapes, worth to
$3.00; your choice 05
Men's Panamas Cirratly Reduced
Panamas of quality all reduced
In prices; all styles to choose
from; pencil curl brims, tourists,
$7.00 and $8.00 Hats. 84.05
$5.00 and $6.00 Hats.$3.f)5
$4.00 Hats 82.05
Tour choice of our stock of Boys'
and children's Straw Hats, all
styles to choose from, worth to
7oc. at 25
Men'a Turkey Red, Indigo Blue
and White Handkerchiefs, regu
lar 10c quality, at 5
Men'a 10c Hose at 5
Men's 25c Bow Ties at .... 5
g Toi?S2!l??. DOWd"'l5
B 1 a w . or
16c Face Chamois, at
wo Thoae Orders,
in Domestic Room
Can get for
- hMl. W 6 IUUI pfin
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