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7JTE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1916.
Senate Committee Wants Informa
tion About Proposed Merger of
Dm;, ind Cignr Companies.'
KOMIKIE ADVI30SY COUNSEL
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 10.
(tfipenlng of public hearings on the
rumination of Louis D, Uraniiols to
thr auprr-nift rnurt was ordered today
t- tlm enat Judiciary committee
forMnQiilry Into Mr. Urandela' con
nection with a proposed merger sev
eral years ago of the United Cigar
8'orea company and the JUker-Hage-man
chain of drug stores. IxmiIb K.
Uggett of Hoaton and Oeorge W.
nderson, t'nltnd Stateg attorney at
r.cston, bare been summonM to up
pear In that connection Friday.
Th mmion lo reopen tli liriirlnst wa
fund hy Psnatnr Hulhsrlanil, reputilrn
nf I'feh. who nld soma Information ri
rently li1 come 10 him In connection
with the frflnfl merer which ntver
wa eonsummeted, awl on whli-h It If
M Mr. irnl-l n rwatiHM In an
Tlisr wa no S'n'-rsI illafiisslon of the
new .hss of the cnw awl the whole
rommltl'-e d,tourtii"d wMhnut further r
Him tin II ot Monday. No time wns
.flxsil for a vol on the nomination.
) TO CONCENTRATE MEN
Cnptlnweil from Pse Oris.)
timletli! rrsaMInK the entcome of the
' It I not fxpsrtsd that A. J. MoQual
er, the rnlriln men who withdraw from
lent n1ht mftllia, will tiike further
jurt In the rtlsi-usslon, Osnsral Hcott
'iplelned teday tht In view of the atti
tude of OnnTel Obrfsjon he hd not
tlioudlit It proper' to Insist on, Mr. Mo
cjiiettere' atfnndanre, espsrlally nn the
Jnitrr hd no official standing;,
i Ofnerel Kunaton selrt the coast guard
ordered to the horder would be assigned
to towns, which It could beet protect.
The tnllltla, will be divided anion; towns,
lrldn end easily ocssltil point with
rlneii communication, relieving the cav
alry now doing patrol duty for service
tn the leoleted section of the border.
Two troop of th Twnty-flrt Infantry
no to n t'aao to guard the big bridge
near l)el Hlo on h Southern reciflo
Amerlnun military men today an Id they
could not ncci'pt the fact that a ''ar
rant!, rommlealon ws found on on of
the Molil alia killed In the (ilrnn Hprlnit
raid proving the raider wr Car
nlstas. They etplalued that many
Menlcan carried Carransa commissions
"obtained before the split .between th
first chief and Villa.
( onfrrence Not onrlnslrr.
WAHIIINGTON, May Ift.-HecrMary
Jiakpr Informed I'realdciit Wilson today
that the conference between Deneral
f'Mt and Oeneral ObreRun laat night wa
not tniirliislv and that It would be con
tinued today. Jle Indlrated that the out
look wis more favorable for an agree
ment being reached. Th exact point of
difference war not reveled. 1 -i
0nral Bcott ha adviaad beeretary
iaker that no formal counter proposal
tmvt been submitted by Uennrel Obra
en, but that Olnrgon arranged to submit
pepi-r containing hi views today. Oen
eral fjci t did not dil(i the depart
fnwit wlint counter proponal were under
Secretary I'xikrr today . recelvi d iui
bffer from Governor rinkham of Hawaii,
tendering th service of the Hawaiian
1: 1 K It I It taiiilrr et Ilnrder.
: MAHATHON, Ten.. May 10,-Th
1 ighth cavali y dnt hmrnt from Kl I'oao,
n t Into th Dig l.jnd dlatilot f r pro
taction agalnet bandit ralda. u at the
b'rdi-r today. Automohlllata returning
fiom tho iinlgtitMirhood of lliiullla.a anld
they panad the Eighth near Mi Kinney
lTlnti leet night.
McKlnoaj, Pprlng I only a few miln
ftom Olenn Fprlnga, where the heavtc.it
tll cf th lat raid w fina iid and It '
but fifteen mll frHni (ilrnn i-prln to
Th two troops of the fourteenth cav
alry, dispatched rmm Fort Clark, ramped
at Henderson Itancli lat night, from
thete Colonel rreilertck W, Plhley pushet
on to Koonllls to tsk command of th
troops under Mator Oeorge T. Inghome.
' Pub-bf at blrg aalablliihed at flan,
(trieiin Hanth anej Miller Ranch.
I'rrparlng limn at Sea Aaienlo,
f AN ANTONIO, Tl May 19.-A
hoard of army officer today began lay.
Ittg out camp altea for th mtiltla am)
iular troop that will bln arriving
hr elthln th neat fw days, aublect
to the orders of linrl ronston, The
tutal niiiiibr ( tosn iuohild at this
point fur srrvlce along the Lit hr and
til Ml o will s,o men
The lrx. S ordered to rn .nionlo In
clu,te all t' er.uiH.t nitlllla of Ten,
luso cemttil of cet artillery from
gi'f ami Atlantlu board p,ltits and
th . httHn of the Thirl field
amlisry rumt Tohmt. fa.
lo a l ! tt. ii 1i,t ynnaton ha or
ltd Hi fi hiirt ef ta Hfth fild
sill :irv t 'vrt eill In m H tha bor.
-tr It was soi,i.itt.d l h l A.ri.rs
t at the fc.!tru p,. r w,i t sent
it ! ( t ! I l fi.iio IN rt ..t tn !.m
tfct n liui( sii ifsnnrat
.n it .y tiime
. i I i t iKt-rmattun gta out at
b I i'(rtr '' i. arlli'aty cnee. I
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t'.tlr t; nl t it 'isit' I'len a i.g
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HOWELL NOW IN NEW ROLE
Omaha Man Receives Nomination
for National Committeeman
of Prohibition Party.
HOW BALLOTS MIEJJ THINGS
ff'rom a Htaff Correspondent)
. UN CO UN, May ia-(Hperl.i-Thr
l an old saying that "Horn men are
born great, other achieve grestness.
wbfl other hav grsstnes thrust upon
them." The latter sppesrs to apply
to ft. Heecher Unwell, whom the official
count on the primary election discloses
baa been electwrl national committeeman
of the prohibition psrty,
Others who hav recalved what they
did not ask for are the following:
n the First rongreeslonsl district C. K.
Reavls receives th nomination for con
gress of the republican, progressive end
In th Second district I.. J. Qulnby re.
eelves the nomlnstlon for oongress of
the people Independent party.
In th Third district William P. Wr
ner I the nominee of th republican end
In th Kourth district Charles Bloan
get the republican and progressive noml
In the fifth district hatlenberger get
th democratic, populist, and progressive
In tint Hlxth district Moses Klnkald
gets th republican, progressiva and pro,
fttate Superintendent Thorns receives
the republican and progressive nomine
tlon, Hhumway the republican and pro
gresslve, Vic Wilson the democratic, pop
ullM and so' lnlIM nomination and Uns
et I gets the republican nd )irngresslv
for stste recent.
In addition to these, as has been pub
llnhed, Charles W, Hrysn has th popu,
list nomination for governor nd Jsmes
f'esrson the populist nomination for lleil
tenant governor, Po far non nf th
ahove csndldstes hv signified en lntn
tlon to ropt or decline
Herd Will S pea I,.
Attorney Oennrsl Meed will dellvar th
piemorlal address at Norfolk, notwith
standing he voted to keep th county seat
of Madison county t Msdlson. II has
slso lieen Invited to dellvar th com-
liieiicement day address at the Chedron
Htsle Normal school, May M.
(Ml (ears fie for I'nnrt.
The Injunction cases covering the fees
received for oil Inspection wr heard
today before Ofcree W. M. Morning
The rasas oover th right of th oil
commissions to chsrgs certain fee for
ltiieclliin of oils which th oil compan
ies claim' are exceaslve.
Teed to Misjae Ciisslr,
A, V. Teed of th ute aupeiintendent'i
office, ha goo to Illtulioixk end C'bas
countleg on ductlonal matters, a mat
ter of consolidation which hag been de
layed In on of th counties being g part
of the business of th trip,
MRS. JOSEPHINE SWINGERT
WILL HEAD EASTERN STAfl
M'COOK, Neh May 10.-tftpclal Tle-
giam.)-McCook last night entertained
over 600 delegate and visitor to th Ne-
braaka grand chapter convention of th
Order of th Kastero Htar. It u th
only open meeting of the convention, end
MO persons wer present. This morning
th tnsmorlal service, g solemn and im
pressive exercis of th order, wa held
This afternoon the obligation ceremony
s given by Oaovolg, chapter, No 34,
Hlecllon o( arflcer followed: Mr. Jo
sephine Hwlngert, grand matron, Oordmi;
l.d J. fierce, grand patron, tienevai lira,
Anna ;, Bliiipson, associate grand
matron, Omaha; N. Dwlght Kurd, associ
ate grand patron, Ansluy; Miss tuise
linens, grand secretary, Kloinmlngton,
Mrs, Uiu A. Conklln, grand treasurer,
llubhelli Mrs, .Maila tinfiiian, grand con
ductress, llaveliiik; Mia. Carrie tpell
man, Hsaoi:lut grand conductresa.
Tonight Eureka chapter of McCook ex
rttipllfled the work, and Acacia, chapter
of Hustings gave "Th I'llgrlms."
IN THE BACK
Tl.at's the worimn s dread when ah
Beta up In the morning to atari th
dav'a work, "nit! how my back aches."
UiUi MKD.U, Haarlem Oil Capsuloa
taken toilav eusca the ha'k achs nf to
imiriow uikeu vry day ends the
bai kauli for all time pou t delay.
What a th u of eiiffnrlng? Hegln tak
ing UiiL.l) . MkMUL Haarlem Oil Cap
sule toilav and t'e relieved tomorrow.
Tese threo or four every day and h
paruianeiitly frea from wrenching, dl
trssalng hack pain. Hut b sure u got
Ool.D MIU'AU Hlne tu UOLu
MEOAL tlaarlem Oil ha been th Na
tions! Iteinedy nf Holland, the Govern
ment of th Netherlands having grant
ed special charter authorising Ua
preparation and aale. Th houaewif of
Holland would almost aa sumi t with
out bread aa she would without her
"Ileal lm'rh tuo,a," aa aha quaintly
rslls Of it. It MI:lAI, llsarlein Oil ('itp
soles 1'lils Is the one teitaoii aliv )oil
il f 1 1 1 it the nmiien and c till. hen f
H"l'an1 s.i slurdv and rot'iisl,
iitil.lt Mlil'AI. are the pure, original
linsrlent till Capsules Iminttted direct
from (l.e .thntati rles In Haai'lem. Ilol
land, rtu, he sure lo gel On,l MKt'.M.
I milt for t name on every bus, Hold
bv rellalde 1'"Mit lit erale.1 la. k
age at !V. Iirtu and It Oft Muney rr
f itide.t If thev dit not help v.tu .
,--t.i nnlv lit. umji M KI I .. All other
' Imitation Adterus. ment
W wet et !( f
g asaath . Sat y are
tier w t) let sr f fee.
LET US REPEAT
W ! fwlat .ia !
a4 m !: a goo, r
ttuii. tkee new
Men's Suits, $1.00
tidies' Suits, $1.50
We tk r e la rets
tkeul l .teia It.
fiwil tn -- ,t
0MA1LA STUDENT ELECTED TO
THE BLACK MASQUE.
MIHil MARY IIAUlClt.
WIVES OF SURGEONS
CALL UPON PRESIDENT
(From s Htaff Correspondent )
WAHHINOTON, May 10-lSpeclal Tele-gram.)-Rcpresentstlve
I,obck wits the
rhspernn of Mrs. A. V. Jonaa of Othah
and Mrs. Mnyo of Kochestcr, Minn,, In
their presentation lo th president. Mrs.
Jons I the wife of 1'r. Jones and Mrs.
ilayo Is th wlfo of the eelebmted sur
geon. GUSTAFSON OF MEADE
LOOKS AFTER CREDITS
ffrom g Btaff Correspondent.)
, WAftlllNUTON, May lO.-iHpecisl Tel
egram.) II. Gustefson of Memle, pres
ident of the Farmer' union of Nehraska,
I In Washington In the, Intorest of th
rural credits bill, now before the house
Th average age of the Dei-man com
manders In tho present war I eurs.
fkleaao While Wing Strike,
CHICAOO, May 10 -Chh-sgo's elreeis
were unswept tod.iy hecause of a strike
of (Vio "whit wings" for higher wges.
car mjwMmm -itmmtmwmimmimm'Sit eewe7iv- -.
One Year Ago Today
in the War
Hrltlsh stopped Herman chars east of
Ypre. Inflicting heavy loss'.
Vienna reported that Auatro-Oerman
victory In Oallcla, forced Russian to re
treat In Poland.
frenchHrlllsh troop captured Turkish
line at Krlthla, on the Jjardanelles.
Cabinet derided United Ktutee should
demand Germany make reparation for
deaths of American resulting from su'i-
marina attack and glv guaranties
against repetition of offense,
t i .
j5)fllwillil ii , p, wipwiySBgSS3&Mww '4Ci ii !. lb i if n 1 1' 1 " 1 'iSSjggtetf fci fl 'TWI-
-' vve y
luHjf "" mux
Nitiotul Pmk, I'mlc Nun' trttetr,inJt
twenty thoueanj itrtHig. Many of. theta wer
cfoiul- trivl tlurd'timers nwerir4 aJiirt tho call
lrrciitiM of the "land of ehininj mountaint,'
,Ai iit.Kt iH'k i t
si h4 t' i,i.iiti..K . it,J Ui. I .e
m:m W. t e-:i I 1 I t l
t('e v',(. .'' i l 1 !
t,'s.i( V !. t1 e tH t.
I'lsvm.hl ti I .! i I IK t-tl S "
f - l , . 4l ltj .! !
tmj.i '"4 ,.itt tnrt Veen Is-
( r- 4( I t t . l j !'. 1 i-l N !
ntt Jwi.sttj, ..in ie ( vki
V . I1 ,",( I ,t an. I I " e t il-
!l Mt 't . t i,
i ,e t.. sm t P'4 Ll f'f
t ' ,, ' . ew.Mijf " 4
V. M. Kmiie, lit. f'eseet'ier Agf it,
Seventh M , le NUHnee, Is,
Tour of 0-E-D Road
To Be Made in May
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 10. (Special Telegram.)
-rrcachlng the gospel of better roads,
the Omaha-Mneoln-Denver Illghwsy asso
nation will start a campaign during tht
stale rommoTclal club meeting at Omaha,
May a end 24, leaving Omaha, auto
mobile at the close of the meeting and
n , a king a run over the OmahaL!ncoln
fienvur road, stopping at every town god
conducting a speaking campulgn.
The association before It closed It meet
ing lier adopted a. resolution favoring a
tax on automobiles according to th horse
power, the proceed to go to road making.
Ktep were taken to secure Nebraska'
eh ere of the good road appropriation
made by congress, which will amount to
about IIOO.iXiO for this stale the first year.
Officers elected by the association were;
frealdentC. H. Rohrer, Lincoln.
first Vice fresldent C. W. Meeker,
Hecond Vc President A, Leverty, Ash-
Hccretary R. A. rtlske, Heatings,
Treasurer fat Wlsh, Mistook.
Wyoming Hail Bandit
Convicted by a Jury
CHEYENNE!, Wyo., May lrt,-WIIIm
L. f'nrllsle was declared guilty of train
robbery late today hy a Jury In the dis
trict court. The Jury recommended life
Imprisonment. Carlisle was on trial In
connection with the holdup of a Cnlon
Pacific passenger train at fJnrlntt Junc
tion April 21.
MAN CF TWENTY-THREE
KILLED BETWEEN CARS
RAVENNA, Neb., May lO-fSpeclal
Telegram. )-Harold Calea, a young man
M year old of Wymore, w lnta.ntly
killed In front of th Burlington depot
t about S o'clock t.hlsf evening. Mr.
ernes, a brakeman on e freight, was on
top of the train. Two switchmen, V. K.
I .i num. and Han Dey saw him mis his
step and fall between two cars,
Catos wa single and the family home
Is st Wymor, Neb, HI mother I said
to be a widow.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 10. --(Special, )-Dr, J.
A. 'lamlslea of Omtiha, and about forty
students nf Crelghton Medical school vis
ited the state penitentiary thl afternoon.
They had spent moat of th last two
days taking medical examination.
The French government la using a new
poison, an extract of eijullls, to extermi
nate the rats In the army trenches.
COMPANIES, like individuals,
This Company, In the many
years It has successfully handled
estates, has established a char
acter for prudent, careful dealing
that commands the confidence of
this community Make it your
Executor or Trustee
America' i Vacation
tiiuritt Iuv tlnriftl nf tha
the Old NVorjvl, found still greater wonder
IdnJ et home, i hey cm Ut year to IJUcief
Ih ,t.t iK 1 1'. tun' t, bi.i.'Kl-f luvj
' v ii A K t.J i- n l'i i
t. .,. .f Siii.iiks; in ffftt J n I tl
n. (v1, i th ftiv N.iv!tts, IV
Vt, I i t fii. (',
ia J 4 t
'k e - i "v ! V
t" 4 - " N"'e
.a. "t' i "Mfsteete.
t " I' t ' t A
I X I S .rfite,
In patent, dull, ivory and
gray kid, as illustrated, $6
to $8 a pair.
; 1 ,,. i a n i S
Real Values for $25, $35.
Heiroiiil Hi Kir.
A Thursday Special
$1.25 (-W-infli) Ernbroid
crod P'ronrh Voilos, Thurs
day for $l.f)0 a yard.
Itnen Herl Ion Main Moor.
You Will Be Glad
That extensive assortments
of French and German Val
Laees have just been re
ceived. All widths with inser
lions to match; also Det-top
laees in all widths.
a run, "iboai, sAjroa CHANGE FROM ONE FUEL TO THE OTHER JUST
Vco&Sim no TUN 0N 0AS AND LIGHT OVEN,
& SONS CO.
Invitation to the Public
The honor of the presence of yourself and friends is requested
at the dedicatory ceremonies and entertainment
incident to the corner stone laying of
Saturday Afternoon, May 13th
Nineteen Hundred and Sixteen
Commencing at 2 O'clock
There trill be music, andt for those who with, dancing
(iuesU coming by automobile will find the most advantageous
way to be via the Wt$t "QM road. Trolley cars on
the McKinley system will leave on half
hourly schedule, going south from
Sixteenth and Far nam tt reels
(Tovfi.T John IL MveSfJ, Victor 'svnniVf of The RtF,C,iU
ihr o' Thi Wwll'ltfrctlh O. I;, Knwky if The thil'j .Vrtr,, and
t filter lxSbnAH U i-l bt nt if tht yrinsipt! Other
The Rinlto Company
St K. Schafer Pres.
TKo FashJon Gxier oflde HidclleWesk 'f
Now Is The Time to Prepare
for Your Summer Needlework
Ve have scores of tempting suggestions to
offer in tho Art Xet-dlework Section work which
will appeal to everyone. Anytime it's convenient
, for you we would like an opportunity to present
these new ideas for your consideration.
Plan Your Work Now, and get a Correct Start.
Classes daily 10 A. M. to 12 M., 3 to 5 P. M.
,Under the personal direction of Miss Steenstrup,
House and. Porch Dresses
Basement Apparel Section
Great newavarietics of attractive models priced from
The popular reversible front house dress in service
able muterials for only $1.00.
Thursday, We Place On Sale
Three Hundred Beautiful
Trimmed Hats at Four Prices
Trimmed Hats, worth
$7.50 to $10.00 Q
) Thursday pO
Trimmed Hats, worth
$11 to $15 qr
Trimmed Hats, worth
, $16.50 to $20 &H r A
Thursday $ I DV
Trimmed Hats, worth
$21.50 to $30 P1 A
All colors in Tailored,
Street and Dress Hats.
No approvals, credits or exchange!!.
$5.00 FOR YOUR OLD STOVE
Ever Ready Monogram
COMBINATION COAL AND GAS
NOTHING TO PULL OUT OR PLACE IN OVEN TO
CONTINUED ALL WEEK
All sales are Final.
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