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'THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916.
O'BRIEN NEW HEAD
Creighton University Professor Ii
Elected President of the
WORTH PLATTE GETS MEETING
Hastings, Neb., June 15. (Special
Telegram.) North Platte today was
'chosen by the State Pharmaceutical
association as the place for its 1917
convention. Lincoln and Beatrice also
Prof. Lewis of the chemistry de
partment of the University of Ne
braska addressed the druggists on the
effect of the war on the chemical
industry of the United States. There
has already been a great awakening
and he predicted that the United
States will be a formidable rival of
Europe in chemical enterprise.
A motion favoring a revision of
the drug laws of the state was dis
cussed, but it was finally decided to
leave all matters of legislation to
The election of officers resulted as
follows: Prof. John E. O'Brien,
Creighton university, Omaha, presi
dent; Niels Mikkelson, Kenesaw,
first vice president; J. W. Fetter, Max
well, second vice president; William
Milder, Omaha, third vice president;
Fred Picard, Geneva, fourth vice
president; Elmer P. Hansen, Lincoln,
fifth vice president; J. G. McBride,
University Place, secretary; D. D.
Adams, Nehawka, treasurer; Elmer
V Hafli anH 1?. A. I.vman nf Lin
coln and I. C. Arledge of Omaha,
delegates to American Phamaceutical
association meeting at Atlantic City,
N. J., this summer. G. T. Haines of
Omaha, S. M. Torrence of Silver
Creek and Joseph Cording of Litch
field were recommended to member
ship of the state board of examiners
appointed by the governor.
College of Doane
Awards Prizes and
Crete, Neb.. June 15. (Special.)
Commencement exercises of Doane
college closed yesterday afternoon
with the contest for the Dawes ora
torical prize. Walter S. Huxford, '17,
Neligh, received first place; C. V.
Hobson, '18. Kensington, Kan., sec
ond, and Henry Daniel, J17, Crete,
The Dawes prize of $50 is given by
ex-Governor Dawes for oratory, di
vided among the three winners. Titie
winner of first place is entitled to en
ter the state contest.
Judges on thought and composition
were: Prof. C. F. C. Riley, '01, of the
Milwaukee State Normal; Superin
tendent A. L. Hill, '12, Beaver Cross
ing, and Superintendent C. E. McNeill,
'12, Lawrence. Judges of delivery: R.
R.-Hastings, MO, Crete; J. F. Hall, '09,
Cleveland, O., and Rev. F. W. Leavitt
The second gart of the commence
ment exercises was held in Lee Me
morial chapel at 9:30 a. m. President
W. C. Allen, president, Twenty-one
candidates received the A. B. degree,
nine received teachers' certificates
and others, receiving I diplomas and
certificates 'are as follows:
Roger I. Blatter, Albion.
John Lewis Carter, Pullerton.
Harley Edward Cotlini, Offallala.
Edward Goodman Conrad, Dunlap, la.
John Omar Darltnr, Aahland.
Alice Grace Harvey, Liberty.
Herbert Chamberlain Hoiford, Crete.
Helen Lucy Hudton, Windsor, Conn.
Harry Herron Johnston, Nellffh.
Adolph Keater, Battle Creek.
Clara Martha Koester, Battle Creek.
Mabelle Beteli McNeill, Crete.
Beiste Myra Mann, Crete.
Ada Corbltt Marcellua, Bvanaton, 111.
Helen Honn Miller, Fairmont.
Gertrude Phillips, Friend,
Gladys Merle Slavena.
Tracy Ferris Tyler, Crete.
William Warren Werta, Trenton.
Caaolyn Wheeler, Fairmont.
John Clare Whltehorn. Spencer.
State first grade teachers' certificate:
HarleV Edward Collins, Alice Grace Har
vey, Helen Lucy Hudson, Mabelle Estelle
McNeill, Bessie Myra Mann. Helen Honn
Miller, Gladys Merle Slavens, Tracy Ferris
Tyler, John Clare Whltehorn.
Music diploma: Mamie Irene Lenhart,
voice and piano.
Music certificate: Mildred Esther Potter,
voice; Robert Eugene Reed, piano.
Academy graduates : Fanny Margarte
Cropsey, 'Lester Wright Hlgby, Lillian Na
omi Jeltnek, Ethel Faye Krebe, Velda
Blanche Newby, Mary Bertha Whaten, How
ard Lovell Wlsaenburg.
Notes from Beatrice ,
and Gage County
Beatrice, Neb., June 15. (Special.)
The Tecumseh District Epworth
league convention, which has been in
session at Adams the last three days,
closed Wednesday evening with an
address by Rev. Mr. Jeffrey of Lin
coln. Rev. Drulline of Plattsmouth
spoke Tuesday evening. Rev. Mr.
Wachtel of Louisville was elected
president and Rev. Embre of Univer
sity Place, district superintendent.
About 12S delegates attended the con
vention. William Nies, aged 74 years, a
farmer living five miles north of
Diller, sustained a number of ugly
scalp wounds and severe bruises
about the body when he attempted to
stop a runaway team in his field yes
terday. His brother, Peter Nies, lost
his life a few years, ago in a runaway
John Raymond Bohrer and Miss
Alma Hazel Miller, both of Blue
Springs, were married at the court
house yesterday afternon by Judge
R. W. Montgomery,
s Pioneer, Is Dead
Bloomington, Neb., June 15. (Spe
cial Telegram.) R. W. Montgomery,
one of the best known pioneers of
southwestern Nebraska, died at his
home here Monday night. He had
been in failing' health for several
months and was in his 7St year. Mr.
Montgomery settled in Furnas county
in 1878. In the following year he was
elected county judge. Three years
later he was elected to the legislature,
where he was one of the leaders in
the election of Charles Van Wyck as
United States senator. The same year
he became receiver of the land office
at Bloomington. Later he published
the old Bloomington Guard,, the Ox
ford Register and the Culbertson Sun.
In 1890 he became claim agent for the
Burlington road with headquarters at
Alliance, remaining in that position
for about ten years, when he was ap
pointed postmaster. He returned to
Bloomington in 1894 and became
identified with a local bank. Joint fu
neral services were conducted by the
Masons and the Grand Army of the
Republic and attended by friends from
many points. He leaves a widow, three
children and several grandchildren.
Fight in Theater
At Grand Island
Grand Island, Neb., June 15. (Spe
cial.) A young man giving his name
as Nielsen caused a sensation at the
Mich el son theater last night, when as
he vas led to his seat by Cloud Smith,
manager ot the theater, he seized the
latter and gave fight, throwing the
manager over two rows of seats.
Fohcc officers found the man docile
until he was being searched at the
station, when he gave the bluecoats a
battle. He had finally tp be choked,
It is stated that the assailant has once
before been in an asylum.
Nielsen is being held by the authori
ties for further innuirv and action.
The disturbance in the theater passed
without much excitement.
DIES AT HINSDALE. ILL
Chicago, June 15. (Special Tele
gram.) Mrs. Joseph Arnold, widow
of the former Ashland, Neb., pioneer
legislator, died at Hinsdale, III., yes
terday. Burial will be at Ashland
"I take pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy, having used it in
my family for the past thirteen years.
I have tried other remedies, fcut
Chamberlain's is the only one that
ever gave me permanent relief. We
are never without it even when on
a visit or summer outing, and I can
not say too much in praise of it,"
writes Emerson Demcree, Harpurs
ville. N. Y. Obtainable everywhere.
Harry Pond Injured
When Auto Upsets!
Columbus, Neb., June 15. (Special
Telegram.) Harry Pond of Omaha
is at at. Mary s hospital in this citv
as a result of his automobile upset
ting five miles east of this city this
morning. He was traveling at a fast
speed when the car struck a rut in the
road and turned over. He was thrown
to the side of the road where he was
found unconscious. Physicians found
internal injuries, but he will recover.
Two wheels, the wind shield and the
top were smashed up.
CRAWFORD MAN GOES
TO IOWA FOR BRIDE
& Shenandoah, la., June 15. (Spe
cial.) The wedding of Miss Carrie
Jennings to Joseph Delahante of
Crawford, Neb., was performed at 9
o'clock yesterday morning bv Father
John T. McGuinness at the bride's
home. She is a former teacher in the
public shool and the daughter of G.
B. Jennings, one of the oldest mem
bers of the bar in southwestern Iowa.
Western Nebraska Bar Meets.
North Platte, Neb., June 15.
(Special.) Four justices from the su
preme bench were here yesterday for
tne annual meeting ot the Western
Nebraska Bar Association, compris
ing those counties in the Thirteenth
and Seventeenth judicial districts.
Chief Justice Mornssey and Judges
Hamer. Barnes and Fawcett were on
hand, and addressed the attorneys.
At the business meeting Fred War
ner of Scottsbluff was elected presi
dent, G. W. C. Gillen of Lexington,
vice president, Attorney Romig of
Gothenburg, secretary, and P. R. Hal
ligan of North Platte, treasurer. The
convention closed last evening with
a banquet at the Hotel McCabe.
Four Cass County Weddings.
Avoca, Neb., June 15. (Special.)
Lucian D. Conrad of Avoca and Miss
Anna Louise Glaubits of Manley were
united in marriage today at the St.
Patrick's Catholic church at Manley,
Rev. Father Higgins officiating. They
will make their home on a farm west
Harry H. Hauchild and Miss Emma
Mary Rottman, living southwest of
town, were married today at the home
of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hauschild, by Rev.. Carl
Luecke. They will reside on a farm
near this city.
Fred Benson of Sterling and Miss
Ellen Shea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. Shea of Palmyra, were married
Wednesday at the Catholic church in
Palmyra. They will make their home
Harry E. West of Weeping Water
and Miss Ethel Scattergood of Eagle
were married Wednesday at the home
of the bride's parents near Eagle.
They will reside at Lincoln.
Indigestion Dm to Constipation.
Take a dole Dr. Klng'i New Life Fills
tonight. See how much better yon. feel Id
the mornlnff. 26c. All drugflita. Adv.
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
WHITE HITS., N. H.
MAPLE WOOD 0T!SoS'
MAPLEWOOD, N. H.
High Altitude. Free from Her Fever.
OPENS JULY let.
Oppoeite Hotel. Capacity 146.
Superior 18-Hole Golf Course (060 yards.
Motorists' Best Radiating Center in Mta,'
Booking office, 1180 Broadway, New
rork, also Maplewood, N. H.
LEON H. CILLEY, Mgr.
Glen Morris Inn
CHRISTMAS LAKE '
Offers summer resort ac
, commodations of the high
est standard. Minimum
rate f 25.00 per week.
Adams Inquiries Useesw
Hotel Radisson, Minneapolis, Minn.
HARTINGTON K. OF C.
HAVE LARGE CLASS
Hartington. Neb., June 15. (Spe
cial.) A large class of new members
will be initiated in the Order of
Knights of Columbus with imposing
ceremonies June 18. The same day
is also feast day for the local Catholic
church and special services wil'. be
arranged by the pastor, Rev. Father
Schnuettgen. All the. members of the
local Knights of Columbus and the
candidates will attend the religious
services in a body. In the afternoon
the various degrees of the order will
be conferred upon the candidates and
in the evening a banquet will be held
in the Knights of Columbus banquet
Alma Man Gored by Cow.
Alma, Neb., June 15. When driv
ing the cows into the yard to milk,
at his dairy farm, J. C. Mitchell was
attacked by one of the animals,
knocked down, and painfully bruised.
One of the cows horns made a wound
just below the ribs. Had his son
not been in the yard and drove off
the cow Mr. Mitchell would have
been trampled to death. As it is, he
escaped with severe bruises.
Indigestion. One package
proves it. 25c at all druggists.
That offer some of the greatest
savings of the year.
Store Closes at 5 P. M.
Saturdays at 9
Of the merchandise you want right
now, at smallest prices.
THE PRICE, $1.97, is more than
remarkable, when you stop to consider
the present state of the Leather Market.
The wholesale cost of materials that go
into shoe making, today is about the
highest in history. It is stating posi
' tive fact when we say that if we had to
purchase these Shoes in the wholesale
field today, we could not afford to sell
them for anything like $1.97.
3,000 Pairs Women's Fine Slippers,
Pumps and Oxfords for Summer
Have Sold for $3.50 to $5.50
On Sale Friday and Saturday
The sizes are
A size for everyone in
THIS IS ANOTHER EVIDENCE
of the foresight that makes this store
the logical place for you to buy the
foresight that is always first in the field
for your interests the foresight which
permits us to use the great purchasing
power of the Brandeis Stores to bring to
you savings that could not prevail oth
erwise. WE INVITE YOU TO SHARE
IN THIS SALE BECAUSE WE REAL
IZE THAT THE SAVINGS AT THIS
TIME ARE PHENOMENAL.
Wonderful assortment of styles in the lot great variety of leathers Patent, Dull Calf, Kidskin or Tan Calfskin. "'
Plain Pumps or Two-tone effects. Strap Slippers, Colonials with steel buckles; Button or Lace Oxfords, Tan English or '
Medium toe lasts, light turn medium weight or Goodyear welted soles, Louis, Cuban or Low Heels; $1.97 a pair. ..
Other Wonderful Offerings in This Sale
Women's White Canvas Oxfords, tan leather trimmed; rubber
soles and heels; pair $1.19
Men's Oxfords, in tan or black calfskin leathers, English or medium
toe lasts, button or lace styles, Qoodyear welted soles $1.95
Men's White Canvas Oxfords, nlain or tan leather trimmed: rubber
soles and heels ; pair $1.19
Children's Shoes, in Patent Leather or Kidskin; brown kid or black
ups wim patent learner; pair 79c
BASEMENT SHOE DEPARTMENT.
Wash Dresses, Underwear, Etc.
For Women, Misses and
Women's, Misses' end Children's
Raady-to-Waar Garments at
Women s and Misses
Summer Dresses, dozens
of pretty styles, middy
and sport models, fancy overdrape
styles. Fancy all-white lingerie
dresses, fancy linen dresses, etc.
Many are samples, others in all
sizes. All the wanted fine wash
materials and colors. Wonderful
dresses at a very small price.
I Women's, Misses' and
89c Juniors' Wash Dresses,
I white and colors. Street
Dresses, Porch Dresses, House
Dresses dozens of styles, many
different kinds of fine wash ma
terials. Hundreds of dresses to select from, many are sam
ples, others in various sizes, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 values.
women s wnite ana colored waists, many oitzerent
styles to choose from, all new, right up-to-date ma
terials and styles. Splendid waists, new, fresh, crisp
and clean, regular 50c values. All sizes.
Women s Percale Bungalow Aprons, one style with
elastic bands. Another style made extra long, button
back. Good quality percale. Splendid aprons at a
very small price.
an assortment of a good many styles of
Women's Muslin Underwear Night Gowns, En
velope Chemise, Petticoats, etc. Regular 50c values.
For Women's Good' Quality Percale House Dresses,
also plain chambray, 75c values.
Girls' Wash Dresses, ages 2 to 6 and 6 to 14 years.
Hundreds of pretty dresses to choose from. Made of
many different kinds of good wash materials. Many
styles, 50c, 69c and 7Sc values.
Children's Wash Dresses and Rompers, ages 2 to 6
years. Also Infant's White Dresses, embroidered
bottoms, 25c, 29c and 39c values.
Lots of Odds and Ends of Women's Wnah Tlrnin
25c I and SeParate Wash Skirts and White and Colored
I Dress Skirts, values to 75c. All eood stvlea. Also at
this price uoas ana &nas oi women s, Misses and Juniors
Wash Dresses, soiled and mussed from handling. Vals. to $1.
Round Scalloped Cloth,
800 Fln Mereeriwd Dimuk Tabl
Cloths, 68x118 InchM. Scalloped all
round. Regular 76c values, special
Friday, each, 59c.
8c Toweling, 5Vic
One Case of Full Bleached. Twilled
Toweling, soft and absorbent. Per
10c Towels, 7c
These art the .fancy bordered huck,
Nino colored stripe Turkish Towels,
hemmed ends, tfpcctal, each, 7c.
Special 8:30 to 10 A.M.
About 200 Pieces of Towel Ends,
In the Turkish end Huck 1 1
quality. While they lest, each. 2C
Children's' Sample Hats
Worth 50c to 75c, at 25c
Children's Hate in a great variety. You
' can't go wrong at 25c each. They are
conservatively worth 50c to 75c.
Untrimmed Hats, 69c
For Women and Misses
Dozens of desirable shapes in these
fine Untrimmed Hats. Milan Hemps and
Hemps, all, best colors. Hats that will
trim up very nicely Worth up to $1.50;
at 69c each.
A big assortment of different styles
and colors. Real summer suite and
medium weight suits. Light or dark
colors. Two pair of pants with ever
suit. Ages 6 to 10 years. Friday. S2.9S
Boys' Overalls, with double seat and
knees. Very special, Friday, pair, 50c
A New Lot of Vacation Blouses, plen
ty of splendid dark stripe effects in
the lot. Many light colored blouses in
plain as well as fancy stripes, soma
sport collar and half sleeve styles. All
slses. Choice, Friday 25c
Women's and Children's Cotton
Handkerchiefs, in fancy white
and colored embroidered. Worth
5c, on sale Friday, each
Galvanized Ware at Bargain Prices
In the Hardware Houaefurniahing Department
Everyone knows how scarce and high this ware Is at present.
We have purchased a lot to be placed on sale Monday at won
derful bargain prices, as long as the lot lasts.
8-quart Galvanized Pails 10e
Small Size Galvanized Tubs . .49a
Medium Sized Galvanized Tubs , 59
Large Size Galvanized Tubs . ...69
Extra Large Galvanized Tubs 79
Medium Size, Extra Heavy Galvanized Tubs, with wringer attach
ment. Worth $1.35, at 89a
Large Size, Extra Heavy Galvanized Tubs, with wringer attach
ment. Worth $1.45, at 98
Extra Large, Heaviest Galvanized Tubs made, complete with
wringer attachment. Worth $1.56 $1.19
Medium Size Galvanized Refrigerator Pans....... ..29t$
Large Size Galvanized Refrigerator Pans . .....39
Extra Large Size Refrigerator Fans., ....49
Notions at Low Prices
12-Yard Pieces of Bias Tape,
8-Yard Bolts of English Twilled
Fast Colored Wash Edging,
yard .. 1H
Fast Colored Darning Cotton,
American Maid Crochet Cotton,
Inside Skirt Belting, yard, 5?
Ladies' and Children's Hose
Supporters, pair 6
100-Yard Spools of Silk Thread,
Large Pieces Elastic, 3 for 5
. Rick Rack, the best made, bolt,
Shell Hair Pins, box 5
Skirt, Pants and Coat Hangers,
Pearl Buttons, 6c val., card, 26
Knitting Cotton, Sp'cl, ball, 44
Safety Pins, 4 dozen for.. 5
Large Hair Nets, sp'l, each. li
60c Notion Boxes, each.. 10
Whit and Colored
Printed Flaxon, in stripes,
florals, large stripes and floral
combinations. Dainty for cool
summer dresses. 28 inches
wide. Yard 12 He
Colored Eponge,' crepe stripe,
effects in plain shades. Pretty
soft fabrics that sells regularly
for 25c. 36 inches wide. While
this lot lasts, yard lOtf
White Poplin, medium heavy
for sport Bkirts, suits and chil
dren's frocks. Regular price 25c
sale price, yard 19
Imperial Longcloth, chamois
finish. Pure white, contains no
filling. Splendid for making
dainty undermuslins. 86 inches
wide. Very special, 12-yard
Domestics Down in Price
Beautiful Leader Voiles, sheer,
crisp, dainty fabrics; neat 1916
printings. Fast colors. Sate
price, yard 10 M
36-Inch "Scout" Dress Percale,
light shirting styles. Full bolts.
Regular 8c value, Friday,
36-Inch Curtain Marquisette
and Embroidered Madras, beau
tiful quality. Full Bolts. Worth
25c, on sale Friday, yd.l2H
Dress Zephyrs and Gingham,
mostly Everett Classic and York
grades. Lengths to 20 yards.
To close out Friday, yard. .5
Several Thousand Yards of Fine
Sheer 40-Inch Voiles, good
quality. Full bolts and long
lengths from stock. Value to
19c, yard 5
72x90-Inch Bleached Bed
Sheets, made from good quality
4-4 cotton; 8-inch hems ready
for use. Sale price, each. .49t
32-Inch English Shirtings and
Madras, beautiful sport stripe
effects. Values to 19c, special
Friday, yard ....9M
36-Inch Unbleached Muslin,
oft finish, easily bleached; 8c
value, yard.... ....6Ht
Extra Special From 8:30 to 11 A. M.
82-Inch Dress Gingham, Kilt and Kiddie Cloths and Romper and
Devonshire Suitings, mill remnants. Sale price Friday, P
yard ., OC
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