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TIIE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, MAY 16, 101(1
BRIEF CITY NEWS
"Townaeod'a taa portla Oooda."
lla-htlBf rtxturaa Burn-Orn"1n.
Diamond Eiirfmnt Ming: Ertliolm.
Kara Root Frist It Now Heacon Pre
o Sell Real Eatate. li"t it with J.
H. Dumont &. Co.. Kreline Blda.
"Todaj'a HoTla Prog-run," clalfld
aectlon today. It appeara in Tha hea ex
rlualvaly. I'ini out what tha vartoua
moving pletura thaatrra offer.
Thre Are Fined lark IWnian.
A. Neldberd and At Kithani were
fined $1 and com for violating rule
of the road. All three paid their
Night Meeting for Noonday Club
In place of the uiual weekly niert
ina; YVedneiday noon, the Noonday
club.thti week will give a mnokrr
and dinner at the Commercial club
rooms Thursday. A program of
muaic and toasts will be given.
Maiden Name Restored Olive E,
Dahlberg has been granted a divorce
from Eskil and i alto restored her
maiden name of Hurleson. l.'harlrs
C. Clemence ak a divorce from his
wife, Louise, who threatened to kill
him, he says.
Usa "Tsa-TUa" hlnglai. Bunderlanda.
When It Rains
fv 1-1 j 1
nam Boost tnc
The data for the crop report of the
Burlington for lat week was mostly
gathered prior to the heavy and gen
eral rains of Friday and t-aturday,
and consequently it does not dhow
the actual rrr condition maintain
ing in Nebraska at the. clone of the
When this data wai seuired and
gathered for tabluation by the gen
eral superintendent there were a
number of dry npots in the dtatc.
Since then they have been given a
thorough wetting and it is asserted
that there has been a derided change
for the better.
The Burlington's report indiratcs
lhat the high winds of the first three
days of last week did some damage
to the winter wheal, especially where
the soil was sandy. On surh land
the earth was blown away from the
roots of the plant, leaving iheni ex
posed to the sun. It i believed,
however, that the recent rains have
not only repaired all the. damage
done, but given the grain a new Mart
that it will be able to maintain uniil
On the basis of lot; per cent for a
pefect crop condition the data as
tabulated shows the following on
winter wheat, together with the con
dition at the end of the previous
week, this estimate being for the
four divisions of the Burlington
road, covering the greater portion of
the winter wheat belt of the state:
rivnni: t.t wk. Prvl(itl WK.
W'ytnom , ST S
Generally during the period under
review, with the exception of the
high wind of the three days of the
first half of the week, conditions
were good for pushing the work of
corn planting. Farmers took advan
tage of the opportunity and the esti
mate is made that it the close of the
week one-half of the acreage on Hie
Omaha, Lincoln and McCook di-
1 . i' f raw tBx-tsi
TURKS SHOW GRIT
Force Advance Guards of Czar's
Troops to Retire Northwest
PUSHING ON TOWARD BAGDAD
visions had been planted. On the
Wymore division it is estimated that
fuly seven-tenths of the planting had
Alfalfa is about ready for the first
rutting, and with good weather it is
believed that within ten days a large
portion of it will be cut and in the
i-'ruit prospects continue the best
in years with the exception of iso
lated sections where some late frosts
did some damage, Pastures con
tinue good and potatoes are making
JERRY HOWARD WANTS
AN ARBITRATION BOARD
Jiry Howard hss fllel with the elty
rU-rk a lung- argument tn favor of tha
eatahiieliment of an arbitration board
to he appointed by th city council.
'TlK-re Ib wonful lack of representa
tive of nons of tol! anion the city
official," wrott Mr, Howard. Il'a con
tend HihI all labor differences would
bo iiieillatcd by this board.
The l-ttur vs. Ill b presented at tha
rtly council Tiied& morning and It IS
poanible Mr. Howard may be grantud
the privilege of the floor.
IV. 'iVant Jd bring the best results.
A. A. HEIMROD DROPS IN
TO VISIT HIS0LD FRIENDS
Albert A, Halmrod, aon of Mr. amd
Mr. Gsorg llslmrod, on of Omaha's
pioneer families, Is looking In on loroi
of hi bo hood friend on hi way from
Ienvr to Naw Vork, where ha I aaao
elated In business with tha fteaearrh
corporation. Mr. Halmrod report a that
hi father I living t Borne, having
fully recovered from a broken ankla
auslalnsd last year, and hi two aUcUia,
both married, ar living,' ona In Merna and
tha other In Berlin. HI brother. Dr.
Ueorg Holmrod, although hllndad m
the result of a chemical explosion, con
tinue In tha aervlca of tha Roekufellar
Institute, but la doing lila work In Hanover.
Or. Klnai'a w Dlarorvry-
There I nothing better for your cold
than Dr. King's New Discovery; In u
over forty year. Guaranteed. All drug
gist. Ad vertUement.
Mexlran H illing lo Klint.
Brnwnvltl, T . My II Two
huri4rA StftxITan t fan Rcntlo, who hv
eypr-rfd n d'-itlr to farm s ImttBllnrt to
filth I (or th I'nltM IHnoi In tlx vnt of
IrituhU wlih Wxlro, will not b mtitnrtd
Into h Turn Nuilnnm url, but will bold
theroii'lv In redln in armwr'a rail of
in L'nIKd HtatM govrnninl.
Asiatic Turkey is the only war the
ater where infantry actions of any
great importance are reported. On
the line in France and Relgnim anil
in the Austro-Italian theaters there
have been minor engagement. On
the Russian front bombardments are
The Hussians and Tutk are con
tinuing their attacks and counter at
tacks in the region Minlh -f the lilack
Sea littoral and also west of the Per
sian border, where the Russians are
endeavoring to force their way
through the Mesopotamia rrginn,
with Magdad and a juni tioii with the
llrilish forces farther south their evi
To the northwest of l.rerum, tu
the Kope mountain region, Constanti
nople reports the repulse with heavy
Nothing so rob m wonvan of hr oo1
look and attra.ttvene gray.
trakd or failed l.alr, And Iher' it no
mm r r "
Mini tirtf la in
- jjs : -9TJ1 ii
Wf.f J V' coming gown,
in " li r o w n a-
tone." It I
p and ev to
Jut eomb or
brmh It into
vour hlr. It
rn not b d-
tMd, will not rub or wh off. ant In
atant.lv and la abaolutely lisrnil
"Hrowuatono" will alv any bd ds
lrd from light golden brown to blark,
Your drugglat sell "Rrownatone" or
will get II for you. A nipl and book
Int will be mailed you upon rerelpt of
10 eent and your irdr will be filled
dlrset from our liihortorc If you pro
fer. Mention eliile dlrd.
Two alsea "In- nd 11.00.
Inlt on "Hrownatone'' at your halr
drr'. frtniantd hv th K'nton Phsrma'-ai
Co., : K. 1'lke HI., fnvtngton, ICy.
Kold and guaranteed tn Omaha, hy
Shi-rman Mi-fonnrll rung Co, Utorea
and othr leading delr.
Gray Hair Restored
to its Natural Color
Ib a few avpMeatlnos to nrtrtnal dark, gloaay
ahtda. bo matur bow long It baa baaa gray
faded, aod dandruS ramofad by
ft b f dy-no on wm know yoa r using
H, tse. MM, II. lldlrior)rotunonrclp
of prr. Rend for bonklat ' Bssuelful Bl."
Pbflo Ht KDeHaltt Company. Newark, ti. I.
mm 1 1
ti l 111
t "''jS II Ir- i II J I
If rf l V lUl
OU can pay 10 to 50 MORE than Goodrich
Fair-List prices, for other Fabric Tires of no
better quality, without averaging 1 MORE
actual Mileage out of them !
You can accidentally Functure, or accidentally
Ruin, the highest-jrriced Fabric Tire that ever was frilled
into Extravagance, -in the FIRST WEEK you use it!
And, you would have no more recourse (with such
Extravagant Tires), than you have on these Fair-Listed
Goodrich "Barefoot" Tires, which cost you one-third to
one-tenth LESS, for self-same Service, plu3 more Resilience,
more Cling, Spring, and true Pneumatic quality.
Now,- consider that Message, for Thrift.
Then note following prices;
Goodrich "Fair-List" Prices
BLACK "BAREFOOT" SAFETY-TREADS
30 x 3',
32 x 3.S'
3G x 4S
38 x 5
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Air m, (n
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liies of Russian attacks to regain
Prtrograd admits that in this gen
eral region. Around ilrzingan and
Asrhkaia, the Turks forred their ad
vance K'isrds to retire at some points,
but says the Ottoman forces desisted
tn their attacks alter having suffered
extremely heavy casualties
l arther south, to the east of Mosul,
the Niinsians are throwing a Iresli
force into the attack directed against
the Bagdad region. Here they have
occupied the Kowandur region, which
lie tome 120 miles north of Kar I
Shirin, where they were lat reported
to hr operating. This would plare
the Russian troops at points ghoul
220 miles north and 20 miles north
east of Bagdad.
PASSES PHYSICAL EXAM
FOR THE NAVAL ACADEMY
Allen t Hla'-kleiUe. .in of I.. II.
r.lBi'kledge of lit.l ("Uuit, Nh., b.
pa.i'1 th pliylc) esamlnatlnn fur al
mlrin to the nHal academy at
FIFTY INSANE SOLDIERS
TO PASS THROUGH OMAHA
Hftv inxaiie ilifr, rcintlv frum
the l,tilllpilii-. will !' through
"mhi4 or IhK I'nlon I'arlfle-Nnrth-ilfrn
lt InniKht. Tho nnn tlimw
nilml re nni too hmlly ffertc1
will hr i1rii)ui rtf f at ihn liom of
rrlatlvns. while thoae who are belivl
tip tin Inciirnhle will he taken on to
WMShlna;tnn ni1 placed In an aaylum
near that city.
CROSBY TO HOLD INQUIRY
INTO DEATH OF W. E. MORRIS
An tniueut Inqnlrm Into the rtreum
tsnces iirrrnin'1ln the denth of W.
K. Morrl. who wa utruck hy a motor
yrl piloted by police Officer BUvo
ThiHSher at filxti-cntli and Farnam
street, will he held hy Coroner Crosby
this afternoon at '! o'clock, Th
lniiiel wa continued several week
"o to allow Officer Thrasher to tes
tify. T!irher wa In th hoapltaJ when
the raie w first brought befora a,
Store Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturday Till 9 P. M
Morula), May l, 1016.
iT 7t k "xii w h v n ft fir v.ui .
I'honn I. 187.
In Our Big
For Tuesday Only
PKKNFA'TINO n gront ngj?rcgnfini of eporinl.- nt Ion emit, that hinacks of thrj nn-s
usual, In most inafaiwe each ton oonls f.pont loo double duty,
Mrr;,- l avender rrls turil ilenlgnnle iho unusual ae
t'Jnl saJuea iU 10c, Hhctlicr lliey a in ni)frrll d or not.
Children's Muslins Men's Wear
Children'! muhlin drawor, k nick or ftyle. nt 10o ,.'
Women 'm duat caps, aHorteil lilit porrnlos, 2 for 10c. ...... .
Men's and Hoy's nilk 4-in-hand nmrfu, special, 10c
Men's shield bow ties, of good qualify milks, 10c
Men's white handkerchiefs, hemstitched, full mod, 2 for 10c. .
Men's underMiirts and drawer, odd garment, 10c
Men's soft collars, all sizes in the lot at 4 for 10c
jen's good quality elastic arm bands, special, 10c
Men's pad garters, new frenh elastic, special 10c,,.
P'ain or fancy silkalines, values to 15c, Tuesday, yard 10c, ,. .
Wash Goods and Domestics
f:W fancv bordered or ribbon edged scrims, yard 10c.
25c curtain etaminon, 2 to 10-yard lengths, yard 10c
.''i-inch zephyrs cr fancy red heal ginghams, yard 10c
18c f oft fininli lo'jgcloth, 40 inches wide, yard 10c.
lfic fancy figurod satines, ' inches wide, yard 10o.
" g 15c fancy cretounes or silkalines, .'Ml-jnch, yard 10',
f If C now wmfi f,flm')r'(,i inches wide, yard 10c.
i5c pillow cafes, blenchotl, 42x30 or 45x36 at JOc,
Hutter cup, huid rolled, white eotton batts, 8 oz. at 10c.
Tourist niching, 6 yards in a box, Tuesday, box 10c.
Embroideries. Laces, Hosiery, Underwear
Remnant of silk mesh veilings, 1 to IV, yards at 10c .
Women's handkerchiefs, plain white or embroidered, 3 for 10c
Corset cover embroidery, l'i yards to pattern for 10c
Linen and val lace insertion, special Tuesday, 6 yards 10c. ,
Sample pieces of chiffons, nets laces, etc., to IU yards, 10c
Embroidered flouncings, 18 inches wide, special, yard 10c.,..
Heal linen cluny lace, 1 to 2 inches wide, yard 10c
Children ' sample cotton hose, ribbed black cotton, nt lOc.j...
Women 'j black cotton hose, plain or ribbed tops, 10c
Women's f ample- white cotton vests, low neck, sleeveless, 10c, ,
Towels, Silks, Wash Goods
fHIenehed Turkish towels, 18x35-ineh, oa;h 10c.
Large siz- bleached huek towels, ll)x38-inch, each 10c.
liileached crash toweling, 18-inch, red border, yard 10c.
Knitted mesh dif-h cloths, I5xl5-inch, Tuesday, 3 for 10c
Sewing mnchine oil, stainless, 15c bottle, Tuesday 10c.
g St.vv(ng machine needlea for all machines, dozen 10c.
I I l" Sample pieces of hilkg, very special for Tuesday, 10c.
Ueinnarit.s of wah goods, were 25c to 50c, Tuesday at 10c.
Scrim pillow ruffles, all colors, 4 yard lengths, 2 for 10c,
Pillow slips for porches, ready to use, special 2 for 10c.
Jewelry, Stationery, Dinnerware
Ormulo gold jewel cases, silk lined, special at 10c "
Women's novelty finger rings, .stone sots, special at 10c
Hat pins, big lot from which to choose, special at 10c
Novelty neck beads of all kinds, or long chains, 10c
Decorated crepe paper, regular 15c fold, Tuesday, 2 for 10c. .
Stationery, linen finish, regular Ke box at 2 for 10c
Ruled tablets, regular 5c kind, Tuesday at 3 for 10c
Iiecorated dinnerware, soup bowls, bakers, platter?, etc., 10c.
Hrown or green stone jug, large size, 25c value, 10c.
Serving tray, mahogany finished, wood frame, 3f) values, 10c.
Glassware, Enamelware, Housefurnishings
i1n lieirv l.iiwls, pickle dilie, eo ored butter dMie,, 10
.'!a- table tumbliT", plain or colonial pattern. 5 for 10o.
TabV gla fruit snin-ers, optic pattern, . for 10e.
'Urav eiiiiint led ftuce pniH, 4 ouart size, special for 10rv
i'irnv iiHint led covers, I vahie, 0e.
't f 'Nwuuond r Laundry Nn. Tiie-tfty special, . bar, 10
I ff jl.iuft U"iiM ( lc,tIM i', spcotl ftvr TucmIhv, 3 ean, 0c,
. inianx m i cttri tore i.ttunury ooap, pee) hi, .i nar,
A.'ji.i c'c. (iNMic toilet paper, sjuh ihI, 5 roll lfV,
Vt i lil(i.. Inih'hcr Vtii1. t i, liii s to l'c fur HV,
Bon Na t'.i ".
rillDlCATORY cemitaniis marking thebcgimiing
U of "HI ALTO CITY" nt liakttm-Omtiha trill
be jilmvd for mttitmul circulation, You can
SEE YOURSELF IN THE MOVIES
If you attend W ,7,Y KSli A Y !.'.' n:tt take lintfton car at
Sixteenth street, going outh; vr, if yon mvhrt (,m byivayoji) street.
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