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THH OMAHA SI NDAV WOK: .11' I A l
TO WAGE BATTLE
North and South Siders to Engage
in Diamond Contest on Occa
sion of Their Picnic.
MAY MAKE AUTO
At Fort Robinson
CliAWKOllh. Nob.. July 24. (Spoolnl.)-
A fasliU'Tinl.L- we.Wlntr took ploe
W'pilnrsiliiv nifclit at fort lioWnaon.
MiHB All-c I'lilluday. daughter of Cap-
tain an. I Mrs. John Hraulen Hugxln. of
Fort lioMi!.on unltxi In marriage
to I.lrutniant llarvry Storlo Xnrwplt. the
1;tv u ill mi s llunk of tlin Phailr.-m
NUMBERS ! Kplscopal church officiating, using the j
Kplmopal rlHK service.
(Krm a Staff Convsiionilcnt 1 The hihli was iittrm'vd t-y her mother.
LINCOLN', July L't - i .vc el:il.) -State Mrs. folladay II lkkIiih. and Mis Kllxa
house employe nro nln ndy backlnu their l"tl Reynold, a sister of Mrs. HufCKlnn,
resopectlve Kise hull cula for the gnnu) who came from Washington to attend the
at the picnic Trrsd.iv at Ouital beach. ' wedding Lieutenant Hurwell waa at-
The Nortli Sideis are d-'lx-hdlnK to
miM extent on their batery, althou.!h
they have a M of old players, rhalnnan
Honry Clarko of tho railway ivmmMo i,
who formerly pitched for Cleveland In
tended hy Captain HuggHm.
All the officers of the pist were In
vited, ha were their families, the of.
fl crs attend. nt; in full dicss uniform.
The Tw.lfili Cavalry band stationed Just
the Xatlc nal lensue. will ! the box work , outside on the lawn played Mendelssohn a
for the North Side, with How, catcher
for the old Young Men s Men's Christian
association team of Lincoln, on tho re
Secretary A'eltor of the State Boon! of
AKriculturw. who formerly pitched for
Ojnaha In the Western league, will rcll"o I couple, iittciidjmta and a!l quests, formej ,
Clarke, If rec cfary. J In a circle, while the bride proceeded to) I
The South Sioers are depending upon cut the wedding cake with her husband' 1
Wexi.nR nmr :. while tho bridal paiiy
took their risie.tlve places In the main
In inn room, w t.rre the ceremony was per
formed. The de. orations were In colors
of Kreen and w hlte.
Following the ceremony the bridal
Hushnell, lVrre .ind
the youthf illness of their bunch.
nearly all nre ycuntr fellows, most f
them from the university, with a uni
Following rs the lineup:
North Klde Harrows, immuer: Math
ews, short llcl.bs, second ; William,
center; Ayers, left. Hall ir Mellor, first;
Kllsworth of Coffey, rluht; Hn-sory,
third; ltos, catcher; Clarke phcher; i'
stitutee: Forbes, Ferris, Hinkle, Mc.K.lin
and Human. , ,. .
South Shb (iadls. mauaaer, O krw,
Mir.i t l,elIUh, center, Thomas, left;
Katlelmaji. first; M I'.ae. rlht; linyi,
i..Vit.on rr Hrnnn.cmn. third; Ha;'-
rvt ikVw or llailan. catcher; Morehead
Caley of Haysol, pucner
Edwin Mrtrehead. son of the governor,
will umpire the game.
I.ahnr Convention Called.
The call for the eighth annual conven
tion of the Nebraska State Federation ol
I-abor has Just been Issued by Secretary
Coffey. The convention will be held in
Omaha. September 14. convening at 10
a. in. The local unions of Omaha havo
appointed committees to mnke the neces
sary arranftemcnts for the entertainment
of the delegates. There are generally
about 90 delegates In attendance.
State to Make Anto Numbers.
The state board of control Is looking
up the possibility of
for the manufacture of
as j sabre.
Refreshment were served on the lawn,
where a larse number of tables had been
placed. Lavish and expensive gifts weie
given tho bride.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Rurwell departed
for I.tenver, where they will spend a
month In iVdorado. after which they will
proceed to the border, where Lieutenant
Harwell will join his command, the
Twelfth Cavalry, Troop B, now doina
Ice factory and electric light plant are
operated by Abramson & Johnson.
Damage by Fire
LOOMIS, Neb., July 24. (Special.) -The
string1 of four brick buildings which
wero built to replace the business houses
destroyed by last November's fire are
now complete, with the exception of
some Inside work on the Farmers' State
Hank. These have been under construc
tion for months, tho work being re
peatedly delayed, first by snowstorms
and cold weather, and later by rains.
Tho meat market building has been oc
cupied for about six weeks and the
restaurant-confectionery for two. C. E.
Kricson expeets to move his drug stock
In DimthaF ma Anl. a. ,4 ..111 I ..1 1.. .
, , ... i " - . mil, win on v lontJiy lui"
S the state for the use -tn , ; Vt w,
ZZVZ Hrr- nW teM per day. whic,
itng up to "5,(X). 3,a- of them being th, , hn" been tn operation since Into spring,
"mall s!e for he use of motorcycles. " 'eotrl' Thl
U P. believe,! that the state can put In a ' conf'"l buslne- district, and
plant at the penitentiary and manufacture "w v'ork "f 'rliK business build
, ino. .t . considerable saving Uins ia oln on t Present. Hoth the
raster nets In I.lne.
State Superintendent Thomas is much
pleased with the progress so far of the
consolidation of school districts plans.
He visited Westvllle, In Custer county
yesterday, and It Is probablo that two
consolidated schools will bo organized
In the section around that locality.
Kiiihim Takes New 1'laec.
W. B. Kastham began his duties as In
surance commissioner yesterday. He will
make no changes In the office at the
present time, getting along with one in
uptctor and" doing away with the services
of a clerk. Harry tSpiague, who has been
working as a clerk, is acting as book
keeper at tho present time, and Mrs.
MeCune. who has been filling ttie plac.i
of stenographer, Is doing the chief clerk'a
Henry Perge began his work as dr-puty
state treasurer, also, yesterday, and Mr.
Murray, the former deputy, has gone
back to his former position as cashie.
of the Franklin State IJank.
Ak for ,rv HrlHwe.
Saline county has made application to
the stata board of lrr.gation for a
new stale steel bridge across the liver
about two miles south of Crete. Th
bridge will be 20 feet long and will cost
in the neighborhood of O.OAt.
Omaha Men to Open
Up Paddock Hotel
BEATRICE, Neb.. July 24 Special
Telegram.) Tlie State Investment com
pany, which was recently incorp rated
here with a capital stock of $126,000, to
day bought the Paddock hotel, which
was closed a few years ago, from Gen
eral and Mrs. I W. Colby. The com
pany will improve and furnish the hotel
at a- cost of about HMA The incor
porators of the company are: K. L. May,
J. W. Oveictreet and O. B. Meyers, all
Notes from Beatrico
And Gage County
HKA THICK. Neb , July 24.-(Special 4
The deal for the purchase of the l'ad.lock
hotel by the State Inxcstment company,
which was organized here the other dny,
was practically closed Friday and the
lillruc of the deed will be made today.
The company expects to a;nd about
$J0,Ui on improvements about l.VO for
furnishing the hotel. It Is said the pur
chase price of the block was $;;..i and
most of the capital came from Omaha.
Munroe I .and was sworn In Friday by
Mayor Mayer as a speilal officer to seo
that tho smallpox uunrnntlne throughout
the city Is enforced, lie has been pro
vided with a horse and buggy ami will
make regular trips nNuit the city. A
number of new cases were reported
Thursday and Friday.
It. H. Clifford, a stock raiser at l-wls-ton.
Neb., sold a Tolled Hereford. 2-year-old
heifer this week, to It C. C.laves of
lit'Wlston. Mo., for 1700.
A number of farmers have marketed
their ne-v wheat here the last few days,
for which they reccHed from !" cents to
$1.06 per bushel. The grain tested from
fifty-eight to sixty pounds per bushel.
Harry Ciordon, who wasi one of the first
to market this year's crop, says that his
wheat yielded twenty-eight bushels to
aii explosion of molten metal at the
Hempster g-.ilvanlr.lng plant Friday seri
ously burned Richard Hanker, the fore
man, about tho head, neck and shoulders.
Village Without Tn x I,pi v.
WKEl'lN'O WATKK, Neb.. July 24
t Special.) The village of Lorton, In oton
eunty, has notified tho county officials
tltat they will not need to make any tax
levy this year as tsey hare suffliVnt
funds on hand to meet what few
penses they have.
OFFICERS ARE CHOSEN
FOR TRI-STATE FAIR
CHAWFOHP. Neb, July 24 (Special. )
At a mas meeting here the citizens
of Crawford elected their officers for the
TrlKtate fair and decided on holding the
fair September to 11.
1'rosinets nre that Crawford will havr
oho of the best fairs ever pulled off In
this section of Nebraska Arrangement
are now being undo for o "i ..
tractions and many novel features will
be added to an already large program
The following are the officers elected:
I'rvrtdent. lr. H Franklin Richards:
vice president. Ir. J. K llaitwell; secre
tary. Hev. Walter C. Kuii'lln; associate.
.lohn I, lleywood; speed se-
A. W. Sprague. Fxecutlve
O. A Mtnlck, I 1 l-asa,
Adams, William Shumway
K nil pp.
an utflelder Job on the same team, lloth
ara clouting good.
Imrln tha last week county Judge
N'utsman Issvred marrtajre licenses to the
following parties: Bert M. Jackson and
Mary R. Thompson. Clifford C Mounse
and Alice Chance, Clarence Ijea and Jen
nle Fields, Pencils Rock and Stella Hud
dleslon and Jamee 1L Hosack and Fran
John Hcasty, a Fairbnry attorney. Is
reoueratlng from an attack of asthma
retary. 1 'r
and S. M.
Fairltury Sie Notes, I
FAIRHI'RY, Neb , July 24 (Hpv lal ) j
The Falrbury band, n.vompanled by a ',
para le of automobiles, went to Plllorl
last night to give a ivncert at the open-
lug of the I'lller cliautaunua. The IMller !
Chautauijua asmx-latlon ha arranged I
good program. i
The Jitney line conducted by V. V.
Hubbard has been dlsinntlniied owing1 to
h.ck of patronage. Mr. Hubbard Intends;
to run a threshing machine,
Falrbury fans learned that "Blondle" j
Lamb, who played third base for Fair- j
bury's State league team, has landed a i
similar berth on the Wk-hlta Western
I league team. H. Thlesattig, another of
I Falrbury's star playera. Is holding; down
Notes from t'olnmbai.
Col.FMHl S. Netx. July 24.-( Sieclal.)-
Albert Stcnger Is the first of the fann
ers liMng near Columbus, to have thresh
.ug done. He threshed wheat raised on
thlrty-Hlx acres that yielded thirty
I ushels an acre, and Is of good quality.
The outlook far one of the best grain
neasoiM in this county is confirmed. Oats
are in good condition, and tho corn is
growing rapidly with a good stand and
oivan of weeds. ,
At the regular meeting of the city
council, a resolution was passed to notify
all the telephone comaiiles to remove
all poles kept and maintained by them
on the streets and alleys In the pav
ing district. Bavins; of streets will be
commenced soon, a petition Is circulating
among the owners of property in Colum
bus, who will have to py for tho pav
ing by blthullthlc process, and If 7 per
cent of the property owners In tho pav
ing district sign the petition, the work
will be commenced at once.
Attorneys for Charles Wurdenian In his
case against the city of Columbus and
William Horrabln, filed their costs bond
la tho sum of Mm at tho office of the
clerk of the district oourt. proiwratory
to appealing tho caso to the supreme
court of Nebraska
Dr. Bradbury in New Offic$
rrt fl 1 1 1 i i iii.isiii s sssssi itffrW
amplleul to hlmgalf llk It does to th ethr
fellow, amt It was known by all that the odor
wag catmeit chiefly by jrrrhe (which U H
factl, peopla would rlainor for the medicine
that I ant using, an n cure go fast that the)
cnuntrleg producing It cnulrl not upplf th
P0 per rent nf nil thn paople hto pyorrhea.
Watch your t'im: If they bleed, come to me,
1 can atop It, If Jim cannot call, I have a
home troatment that will do the work. Writs)
tn me; I'll answer quickly,
A quality Dentist for all your tooth
troubles without the pain,
I'orcelaln fillings from 11.00 up,
Itallroad fare for R0 tulles allowed,
DR. BRADBURY, DENTIST
U(l Vrars In Oiiiali,
pai-29 Wivxlmeit of the World lltttldlnff. Iltonn It. IT.Ifl.
Jith and Kamam, (tmnJia, llnura, ) to fl Hunday, 10 ti 10.
rum yjiU) jjmh
AUDITOR SMITH GIVES
STATEMENT OF EXPENSES
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, July 24 (Special.)--State
Auditor Smith hart prepared a statement
of the expenses of the state government
for the second quarter of the year, cov
ering the months of April, May and June,
which shows an expense of $i4S,R4S.62,
divided as follows:
Hlatik books end printing KIMS 74
other services and expenses 1'. yr.7 71
Telephone and telegraph 1.212 17
Oftlce applies, etc 4.H5 7."
Ml'eaee and traveling expenses.. 7.434.M
Miscellaneous expenses S.S71 H4
Furniture and repairs 2,(C3.;k1
I'remium on treasurer's and dep
uty's bond f.3)o.i
Normal training In high schools 4;.2
Armory rentals 4T2 Tl
Coal and supplies for cupltol .. 1.o l 7J
State aid bridge 12,1'.'!' !Vi
Total I24 K4S.K2
This Is an Increase oer the first three
months of the year, which showed a
total expense of the ftato government of
LETTER TO FALLS CITY TELLS
OF DROUTH IN GERMANY
FALIJS CITY. Neb., July 24.-(Spec!at.)
Henry Knhlf received letters from rela-
I fives in Holsteln, (Jermany, telling; him
of the dry weather they are having; and
which had been of this thirty days' dur
ation prior to the date of the letter,
Juno 24. This dry weather ha Injured
the grain and hay which they expected
would be lost unless rain would come
soon The family have enough of last
year's crop, however, to see them through
until October. IUihlf thinks that the dry
weather In Germuny destroys the theory
that burning gunpowder makes rain. His
relatives are confident that Germany will
win the war. first by defeating Russia,
then Italy, then France and winding1
up by Invading Kngland and taking all
VISITING AT TECUMSEH
TKCFMSKH, Neb.. July 24 I Special.)
Commander Arthur G. Kavan.iKh of the
United States navy has been In Teeumseh
this week, visiting bis parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Kavanngh. Commander Kava
nagh has been stationed at the Hoston
recruiting station of late, but has now
been ordered to Nicaragua, to take com
mand of the battleship Mlnnealnjlis" of
ths Mare Island fleet. He expects to
sail from San Francisco within a short
Notes from Tnlile nock.
TABLH ROCK. Neb., July 24. (Spe
cial.) Table Hock council No. 123,
KnU'hts and Ladles of Security, was re
organized here Thursday evenliur under
the dire. Hon of !ouls Jacobs, district
manager, assisted by the drill team of
Fawnee council No. 1,'ift. Fifteen candi
dates were initiated, of which twelve be
came beneficiary memlierK. The follow
ing officers were elected: President, Mrs.
F.mma Snyder; financier. Mrs. A. It.
Kovanda; secretary, Mrs. H. P. Jen
nings; vice president, Albert Kovanda.
T. rt. Sollars. who says he Is from Lin
coln, got Into trouble here yt-stcrday by
passing a worthless check on a bank in
Concordia, Kan., and was taken In
charge by Sheriff M.-ciung and returned
to Table Rock from I'awneo City, where
he hail gone earlier In the day. It was
discovered he had no funds in said bank,
but the matter was finally adjusted by
his cashing the check and paying the
ense incident to his pursuit and rap
ture. The body of Mrs. Helen Smith, wife of
Charles It. Smith of Fnlverslty I'lace,
who died at Kocheatcr, Minn., after sub
mitting to an operation, was brought
j here yesterday for interment. The Smith
family had lived here for many years.
FORMER OMAHA WOMAN
ASKS DIVORCE FROM COUSIN
ELGIN. 111.. July 24.-(Specia! Tele
gram.) With eugenic aspect their mar
riage overshadow ing their love, after near
ly two years' wedded life, action has been
started ttere to annul the marriage of
Mrs. Klisabeth Hell of Elgin, to her
cousin. William Hell of Omaha They
lived happily in Omaha a year, when
possibilities of th. ir close relationship
came up and separated them.
I . - - - - --
Wafeoa Woman Die Suddenly.
WAHOO. Neb., .Til 24 (Special. -Mrs.
. E. 1'iicli died ia.t iiH'iit of iiean
failure. Mrs. I helps was 7." years of
nga and ass an old resident of C,f
ounty. A husband and one daughter
of viva her.
This Institution Is the only one
In the central west with separate
buildings fcltuatcd in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dls
tlixt, and rendering It possible to
rlabbify rases. The one buldlng
being fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of non-contagious and
non-mental diseases, no others be
inK admitted; the other Het Cot
tage being designed for and de
voted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental cases reiulrlng
fcr a time watchful cere and spe
has used Kconomy
Jars for canning peas,
beans, tomatoes and
"fruits and recom
414-416-418 South Sixteenth Street.
will urn n I ( 101 (
.lev. o (la 4 UtnK tu
lire eoiiktliH (ianiiiil
KtrnilotiB. Wh nuar
anloe t limit .
ULY FURNITURE SA
ASALH clinracterizptl by its splendid offering of new, up-to-datu Funiituro for tho Living Koom, Pining Room and B(lrnni, nt triuos Unit aiti
truly asUmndins; when Hie fatt is considered that in every detail of finish and desifxu, these furniture pitsoes are tho very nnwetst and most
popular of tho furniture maker's product.
You Will Be Delighted With the Merchandise and Astonished at the Price.
William and Mary Dining Suite
One illustration of a number of modern suites included In this Bale
BUFFET, like Illustration, in brown oak flnlBh, 60 Inches long, regularly 175, July Hal.
KEKVIXG TABLE to match, 36 inches long, regularly $27, July Sale Price 810.
DIXIXG TABLE, like illustration, oval top 40x60 Inches, regularly $54, July Kale Trice
IH.MMJ CIIAIKS To match, with
Spanish leather Blip seats, regularly
$10.00, July sale price, each, 87.75-
Buffet t Dining Tallin l()
Jacobean Twist Furniture for the
Three eoiainplca from the Immenae display on ihip nuUn flr
For $22. 5D "l"n nftrk arm ehatr or rocker, as lllUHtrated, Janobeaa oak, cane
! panel back and tapestry seat, regular $33. R0,
For $1.0 00 Jacobean Oak Booker or Chair, cane panels
!! back and cane seat, regularly $18,
For $17 00 Jacobean Oak Rocker with tapestry
-1- . seat and back, cush
ions, regularly $23, July Hale
lUicUer or Chair $17
lUirVrr nv ( lialr IO (liair r lUxker 2'J.no
A Clearing of odd lots and broken lines of
drapery materials of every kind.
Me enumerate a few items here that are particu
$4.35 Voile Curtains, filet Insertion, four pairs
$4.50 Duchess Curtains, nine pairs at 83.75
$3. EG Cluny Curtains, three pairs at ij$2.50
$3.95 Duchess Curtains, five pairs at 82.05
$2.00 Quaker Lace Curtains, nine pairs at ..81.31)
$3.75 Cable Net Curtains, nine pairs at 815.t5
$5.60 Silk Curtains, Cluny trimmings, two paui,
$5.50 Voile Curtains, two pairs at 831H
$4.50 Quaker Lace Curtains, two pairs at. . . 83.3ft
$2.25 Novelty Net Curtains, three pairs at.. 81. 50
$6.00 Ducheps CurtainH, hand lace, one pair. 83. OO
$2.75 Marrjulpette Curtains, hand lace, 0110 pair
$5.75 Marquisette Curtains, Macrame lace edge, ouo
pair at 82.K5
$5.00 Cable Net Curtains, one pair at 8SS.50
$2.95 Cable Net Curtains, one pair at 81.50
Curtain Nets, Yd.
39c and 59c
H patterns of fancy Nets, regular 50c and 60c OQ
values, In ecru only, 4 5 in., yard OaJC
7 patterns regular 75c and S5c Nets, ecru and "Q
ivory color, 4 5 In. wide OaC
Bed Spreads at HALF '
Sample Bed Spreads, slightly soiled, regularly $3.75
to $15.00, now 81.85 to 87.50
Mrs. Sarah Tyson Rorer
the well-known author of Mrs. Borer's Cook Hooks, will deliver
here a nerlos of
Each Day TlUft Wenk,
July 26th to 31st inclusive
to which you are cordially Invited.
These talks may well be called lectures, they nre so thorough
and instructive. They will be given at 230 o'clock each afternoon
during the week, on the Fifth Floor, north side. Do not miss hear
ing Mrs. Rorer If you are at all Interested In the culinary art.
Monday, July 20th Quirk Bread, with general Instructions ho
to use one recipe for several dishes Dropped Egg Scones
Nut Bread Hgg Roll Pin Wheels Mush Bread.
Tuesday, July 2Ttt Meat Whito Fricaaaoo of Chicken, Brown
Stew with Dumplings Steak, Stanley Cunnelon of Beef
Ham, Honolulu Fashion.
Wednesday, July 28th RaJad Swiss Fruit Salads Sidney Smith
Cabbage Salad Chicken with Russian Dressing; Havana
Cheese Salads Tomatoes en Surprise Swedish Carrot Salad
Thursday, July 80th Vegetable and F.itg Cookery Potatoes au
Gratia, Spaghetti, Spanish Creole Fashion Baked Stuffed
Tomatoes, Quaker Omelet, Shirred F.ggs, Creole Kggs, a la
Martin Kggs, Jefferson.
Friday, July 80th Meat Substitute Pea Souffle Potato Roll
Convent l'le Eggs, en Casserole,
Haturday, July Hint Hlmplo Iteseterta and Pant ry Iemon Meringue
Mock Charlotte French Floating Islind Roman Pie
Dutch Peach Pudding.
Mr: Rormr witi alto dtmmttratu th adoantaga of evoking with
"Pyrtu" gloat baking diaha.
Time to Can Peaches
Uso Economy Jars
During tins week a
MMticlal demonstration of
Economy Jars will bo con
ducted in onr basement.
aro practical and econom
ical. In the Basement.
Choice of a number of
high grade men's and wom
en's stramer wardrobe
trunks, sample trunks that
sold for $45.00, $37.50.
$(2.00, $52.50 and $65.00,
at one price
Last Week of Our July Sale of Fine Rugs
WK have until Aujist 1st to move from our storu all discon
tinued patterns of Whittal Anlo-Persian Hunhar "NViltona
and French Wiltons.
This opportunity to purchase theso fino quality rugs at a minced pr'uio will
not occur nain for six montlis. Why not take advantago of tliia saving the rug
tho manufacturer Is dropping from his lino may bo tho one you like the best
NOTK Tiller; KXAMI'l.
$61.50 Pest Hcdy Bruahels, 11-3x15..
$65.00 liundhar Wilton, 11-1x12
$115.00 Anglo PerHian, 11-3x15....
$6fi.0ft Hundhar Wilton. 3x15
$15.00 Hartford r'axony, Stx't
$3-.r,0 llardwlck Wilton. x!
$4 1.00 Hundhar Wilton. R-3xl'l6....
$57.50 AiiKlo-Perslan, K-Uxln-4i
$18.50 Anglo-Indian, 4-0x7-6
$6.75 27x54 French Wiltons and Anglo
Persian Rugs. S5.75 Aid
July Carpet Bargains
$1.90 Velvt-t and Body iiruBsels Carpet, with
and without borders, to clone
$2.75, $2.50 and $3.25 36-in. Stair Carpet, Vel- t Q -vet
Carpet, bordered for stair and hall runners P 1 i0
$27.50 Imported Seamless Rugs, plain cen
ters, 6x9 $23.50
$31.50 Hartford Saxony. 6x9 sT7 50
$32.50 Hest Body Prushels, 8-3x10-6 82500
$21.5') Roxbury Tapestry Bruscels, 3x12 S17iS0
$27.50 Beaniless Axrnlttster, 9x12 S22!SO
$:i5 .00 liest Crade. Body Brussels, 9il2 J&21MM)
$57.50 Imimrted Seamless Plain Rugs, 9x12 ..34500
$50.00 Hartford Saxouy Rugs, 9x12, discontinued
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