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THE BEE : OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE -24, 1916,
10 PRESIDE WHEN REPUBLICAN
i; FOR CONTENTION
Eepnblioaa Committee Select Cap
ital City ai' location
GUBNEY TEKPOEABT CHAIRMAN
,. (Tram-a Start Corraapanaant.)
i Lincoln, June ,21 (Special Tele
gram. ) The state republican com
mittee will irot open, headquarters
until after the platform convention
July 25, at' Lincoln.
Decision was reached at a meet
ing of the state committee at the-Lin-
; dell hotel last evening.
, The chairman and secretary of thi
present state committee were author-
' ized to issue the call according to the"
requirements of the statues which
: sets out that-the basis of representa
tion shall be made on the vote cast
for presidential electors at the last
presidential election. The representa
tion was fixed so there will be ap
proximately 1,000, votes in the con
. ' Gurney Temporary Chairman.
E. R. Gurney of Fremont was se-
lected as temporary chairman of the
tate convention. '
On motion of E. D. Beach of Lin
coln the chairman was, instructed to
send the following message to Charles
E. Hughes and Charles W. Fair
banks: : i. . "
"The republican state committee of
Nebraska representing the .reunited
party sends greetings to our chosen
standard bearers, Charles E. Hughes
and Charles W. Fairbanks.
"We hail their leadership as an as
surance of sucess in the coming cam
paign for which, they , will have i the
enthusiastic support of all Nebraska
republicans." . . -
Address were made by state candi
dates A. L. Sutton, John L. Kennedy,
R. W. Devoe, Fred Beckmann, S. C.
Bassett. H. P. Shumwav. Addison
Waite, H. T.. Clarke, W. P. Warner
euu several outers.
Clarke Denies Fake.
. Railway Commissioner H. T. Clarke
. wanted the committee to understand
that the story circulated by demo-
crats that he expected to withdraw
from the republican ticket was a fake
and that he Intended to get into the
campaign with considerable vigor
' when the time came.
In the absence of Secretary Pierce,
t - i i c.. .
; retary. , i
There was a fairly good attendance
of the committee and, a great deal of
As usual Engene Westerveldt of
Scott's Bluff, the old reliable western
T.kM.Ln hMkl,V.H .. 1 t
lIUUHVMI TV i 1 UV1BC, 11 -
, veled 500 long miles to attend the
District Court in
Session at Madison
I Madison, Neb., June 23. (Special.)
I Judge Welch held a short eauitv
session of district court here Thurs
day afternoon. Divorces were granted
to Arthur Hill from Bertha Hill; also
eustpday of child; to Ora J. Renter
from Everett C.( Renter, she having
her maiden name of Ora J. Sodeberg
restored; to Chris1 A. BeieUr from
Anna Beielerand custody of child,
and to Ella Bertram from August F.
Bertram, 'also custody of child. It
was decreed that Bertram pay to Mrs.
Bertram for the support of the child
$12 per month until further order of
the cburt, also $40 for her attorney's
fees. . '
,In the matter of the divorce suit
of William M. Armstrong against
Hannah Armstrong, the court found
uor.aetenaant ana dismissed the ac
tion at plaintiff's cost. '
In the case of the state of Nebras
ka against Charles L. Bates for wife
desertion, motion for new trial over
ruled; defendant was arraigned and
given an indeterminate sentence of
nui icsb until uhc cr in inc situs
f ... , '
- . IN VII CWTIMC All
v ,.- t, iniaisii i mi w si rt Sea
" Valentine, Neb., , June 23. (Spe
cial.) Sheriff Hahii returned yester
day trom Mernman, bringing with
him a man by the name of Joe Down
t ing, whom he arrested on the charge
of horse stealing. The horses were
"stolen some time last December from
Downing's brother, who lives near
Rolf, Neb. Sheriff Hahn has had
the man under suspicion for somf
time, but just located him. Downing
was brought here and landed in jail.
He denies the charge entirely, claim
ing he knows nothing about the deal.
" ' Mexicans Suspected of Theft. ,
Beatrice, Neb June 23. (Special
Telegram.) A large amount of silk
goods was stolen today from the
.Mercer B. Walker Dry Goods com
pany and Klein's Mercantile company.
Some of the goods were found near
town. The officers are looking for
two Mexicans suspected of the theft.
'' Tha .Grtmteit Fatal Killer.
Sloan's Liniment sou right to the seat
of pain. Umplr, lar lt'n sau do not
have to rah. J So. All druggim. Adv.
Beatrice Has Two
Rpatrtr M-H I ...... 11 c ''I
Beatrice has two war brides, who
were married yesterday by Judge
.- - ..... vuui i uvsuac, ic tvjll-
tracting parties being Private Ferdi-
man ana miss emma actiroe
der and Private Vera T. Perry and
Miss Altha Lemmel. The grooms
are hnth mmKra C f
- - " ...v...v. a kii .jiupauy v.,
which left today for Lincoln to enter.
T.V.... vih. '
William lireenmeier and Miss Ida
Koch were married Wednesday at
Dc Witt P IS. Cl.-if j
J. hey will make their home on a farm
ncai j. lyiuouin.
A young man named Rigsley was
released from th rmmiv Jail in ni
that he could enlist as a member of
.company i. Kiesley was serving
out a fine nf $350 on a charge of
Mrs. J. H. Robbins, formerly of
Cortland, died Monday at her home at
Los Anireles. Cal ThP .....
46 years of age.
Kev. J. A. Lowe of Omaha, for
mer y pastor of the Lutheran church
at this filar anrl XS. A ...
c V? ,c,ty wer? marrled Bt the home
ui vvuer oprmger at umaha last
evemnsr. . Rnv. rharle T m... c
the groom, officiated.
"This is Midsummer day. i
Home Folks at Various Cities of
' Nebraska Show Patriotism
..... I to Guard. V
SPEECHMAKING ' AT WAYNE
Wayne, Ne,b., June 23. (Special.)
Three thousand friends thronged
the station at Wayne this morning to
tell the sixty-five boys of Company E.
Fourth regiment of the Nebraska
Guard goodbye when they left here
at 10 o'clock for the mobilization
riields at Lincoln.
Rev. W. L. Gaston, secretary of the
public service club, in the farewell
speech told the' "khakis," "You can
not go far enough or stay away long
enough for our deep interest in you
to wane. We are not sending you to
curse Mexico, but to help -and bless
iti When American soldiery has
shown those hungry, weak, un gov
erned people a -better way of living,
then their fertile soil, touched by the
magic hand of honest industry, will
blossom till it feeds one-half the
In closing, Rev. Mr. Gaston en
treated them to be men first and sol
diers second. ' .
With band playing and colors fly
ing, the boys entrained-on a special
The officers are: Captain, A. L.
Burnham, first lieutenant, J. H. Pile;
second lieutenant, E. C. Mahaffey.
I Found Dead In Yard.
Mitchell, Neb., June 23. (Special.)
Peter. Jensen, a well-to-do farmer
and one of the first settlers in this
valley, was found dead by a mail car
rier in his yard. Conditions showed
Jas. Morton & Son Co.
1511-13 Dodge St
proves it 25cat all druggists.
A Car Load of Mattresses and Hundreds
or fairs of Pillows on Special Sale at the
Union Outfitting Company
16th and Jackson Street.
TOMORROW i !
- This big purchase of splendid Ugh grade mattresses and pil
low, which we put on Special Sale Tomorrow, Saturday, June
the 24th, was bought by us just previous to the heavy advance
u price of cotton and cotton materials. The prices paid by us
were so low compared with the manufacturer's prices of today,
that we are enabled to put the entire purchase on special sale for
this one day only, at prices that will mean e positive saving to yon
of at least one-half. Coma to this big sale expecting to find ex
traordinary values and you will not be disappointed and as always.
YOll MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS.""
Note these extremely low prices on high
Cotton Top Mattresses, covered with heavy twilled CI OC
striped ticking.. Priced, at. ........ ,f ............ .
Cotton Top and Bottom Mattresses, covered with heavy ffO AC
twilled striped ticking. Priced, at........ P&7tf
Felt Top and Bottom Mattresses, covered with fancy art ticking,
made with heavy rolled edge and filled with super- :: . ffO QP
fine excelsior. Priced at. .................. f. v. . . VvtVO
A Splendid All .Cotton Mattress, covered with an excellent quality
t fancy art ticking, made with a heavy roll edge and CC QC
weighs forty-five pounds. Priced, at iJD.JJ
A thoroughly well made 45-pound Elastic Felt Mattress, covered
with a blue and white striped satin finished art tick- . QC
ing, heavy1 roll edge and priced, at. , . . . PUa93 .
A Splendid Elastic Felt, 60-lb. Mattress, built up in layers and
covered with an extra heavy, fancy art ticking. Has a 7 ftp
heavy roll edge with four rows of side stitching. ID
An exceptionally well made, high grade, fifty-pound Elastic Felt
Mattress, covered with an extra heavy satin finished ticking! haa
an extra heavy stitched roll edge and (A grt
priced, at 79.0U
..' '' ; ' ; .. NOTHING HIGHER. . .
Note these extremely low prices on high
grade pillows. Priced by the pair: 1 '
Five-pound Feather Pillows, covered with heavy striped" 7 A
ticking per pair lUC
Six-pound Feather Pillows, steam curled feathers and f in
covered with fancy art ticking per pair 4... vlalv
Seven-pound Feather Pillows, steam curled and covered (1 J A
with fancy art ticking per pair , , . , e?la4U
Six-pound Down Pillows, covered with linen stripe ' ' 0 PA
ticking per pair. i . t . -. vaCOv
Six-pound Mixed Duck and Goose Feather Pillows, cov- ' n OA
ered with herringbone ticking per pair. .............. ijaC.oU
Six-pound all live Goose Feather Pillows, covered with JO AO
fancy art ticking per. pair. 7J.i0
The People s Store. v Opposite Hotel Rome.
4 YEARS AT
1324 FARNAF.l ST.
vWe Please You or
Refund Ycui; Money
I D R. MclCENNEY SAYS:
"If I could not GUARANTEE my dental work to bebetter and less experi
re, I would not dare to advertise, i But my guarantee is absolute. It means your
Mieyback if you are not satisfied.'' , ; , r ,,
Gold Orown.fl worth 915 to 2S. )0 1310 IU Work, per tooth. . .4
lenrsi nso A.
at. to F. at.
Weaaaedays . ,
Till Saw V. K.
Mot Opea '
'. CmBday. i
14TH AJfU KAKXAM STS 1324 FARNAM STREET. '"
. ' v Phone Douglas 2873. s . ' -, .
NOTICE Out-of.tnnn patrons can get Plates, Crowns, Bridges and
rulings completed in One Kay. ...
that he had hitched up and started
for town, but had returned home and
before he could reach the. house had
been stricken. Death was caused by
cerebral hemorrhage. He was a na
tive of Sweden, and had no relatives
in America. - -
Bee Want Ads produce results.
EPWORTH LEAGUE HOLDS
INSTITUTE AT VALLEY
Valley, Neb., June 23. (Special.)
The Omaha district Epworth league
is holding its third annual institute at
Valley, Neb., this- week,, and has
about eighty-five 'camping on the
grounds. In spite of the rainy, cold
weather interest is keen in all of the
class work and the evening services
are well attended.
Friday evening Rev. F. M. Sisson
of Fremont was in charge of the
services and Fremont will send a
special delegation to the-service.
Saturday evening Chancellor Ful-
mer of Nebraska Weslcyan uni
versity will make the evening ad
Sunday morning and evening "Dr.
U. G. Brown, district superintendent,
will make the morning and eveninj
Phone Your Want Ads to The Bee.
Ride up on the
to the second floor. Big
gest Clothing Store for
men in Omaha.
: See the wonderful
in the Men's Store Window,
16th and Douglas Streets.
Marching Orders for 10,000 Men's Shirts
Lot No. 1 I
Nurl? 300 doin Man's Golf and
Negli ShirU, all new spring
patterns, made of fine quality
eoy&ed midrat, .i msreeriietl . oitctt
with sttin itripei, aUo ifovtm Repp
natcrisli. Nsrakbind style, aoft col.
' ln attached and sport shirts. Many
ample. One price
Lot No. 2
About 250 Dosen Men's Golf and
Negligee ShirU. New patterns.
Collar attached and neckband
style. Soft French cuffs. Mater
ials are percale, madras and soi
sette; also many patterns in sport
Lot No. 3
Nearly 480 Deaen Men's Negligee
and Golf Shirts, some slightly
imperfect Also samples, slight,
ly soiled. Come early for these
shirts, as they wont last long
Other Remarkable Furnishing Items
150 Doien Men's Silk Fiber and Lisle Hose
All shades for summer wear.' "Run of
the mill" quality. Special, pair. .... . .18c
45, Dozen Men's Sample Athletic Union
Suits Fine quality nainsook, pajama (loth
and satin striped madras. Regular values to
$1.50; special, Saturday 79c and 95c
Silk Fiber Wash Four-hvHand Ties, 12l8c
Athletic Munsing Union Suits, $1 to $2
Munsing Union Suits In all qualities and
weights. The best union suits for fit and
service , . -$1.00 to $2.50
New Arrivals in Summer Silk Four-in-Hand
Ties Big assortment. Saturday. .... ,50c
Silk Crepe and Pussy Willow Silk Shirts ;
Exclusive patterns, at ... . .$5.50 to $7.50
Satin Striped Tub Silk Shirts New pat
terns. Choice, Saturday. . . . .$3.25 to $4.98
WE HAVE BEEN
MOBILIZING this great
i stock of shirts for some
" time to BE READY when
the need time came- and
now, just a few days be-
fore the Fourth of July, '
when every man takes a
second look at his furnish
ings to make sure that he
has a goodly supply for
: summer, 'comes this won-;
jderful sale at special
Almost 10,000 men's shirts.
Two extraordinary purchas
es of E. ft W. Shirts (Ely '
from a shirt
bought at a
us to give
tional t shirt val
ues at the right time,
rrv-: j ) -
::: "iHart Schaff ner & Marx Suits
-at SO and 25
Are worth from $5.00 to $7.50 more. You
could not get the style, the fabric, the make and
the, finish elsewhere for less. '
THE BIGGEST CLOTHING STORE
FOR MEN IN THIS CITY OFFERS
'TO YOU THE VERY BEST THAT
THE BEST TAILORS PRODUCE
AT THESE TWO PRICES .
$20.00 ANDS25.00 ''.?.
Please remember that there are plenty
of Blues and Blacks In the assort
ment also. 1
Sold with oar absolute guarantee
of satisfaction or your money back.
Full, half and quarter silk lined
- Sizes for all men, 34 to 60 measure.
' BUY A BLUE SERGE. IN THIS
SALE THE BEST YOU EVEE 'J
BE SURE TO LOOK FOR
TtiblL ABEL Hart
Schaff ner & Marx a small
thing to look for, but a big
thing to find. " ' , : ,
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Hart Schaffner & Marx Summer Suits '
' From $12. 50 Up ward Latest Models
Mohairs, Dixie weaves, shantung silk all sizes shorts, stouts, slims and
talis including pinch-back style? so popular just now. ; ; . ,
A Wonderful Sale of Men's Clothing
, at $11.75. and $14.75 ;
'7- Broken Lots ; ' - i
WHEN WE SAY BROKEN LOTS, we simply mean that there are not all
sizes in each style; but you may be sure that you will find every size in the lot.
These are suits thaj; are made' and finished in the latest and mosf ap
provedTmanner style right up to the minute and everything that you desire in
good clothes, at the smallest prices you ever paid, v , 'j f ' ..
' Two Big Special Lots - $11.75 and $14.75 f
' v - Young,Men'8 Blue Serge Suiti $12.50 and $15.00 T
Hundreds of these most desirable suits at these very moderate prices.
: , Trunks; Travelings Bags i Suit Cases ; ; I
; Brandeis Stores, have the largest assortment of trunks, traveling bags and
suit cases in the city, made by the best manufacturers in the country. ,-.
Wardrobe trunks .......... 9.98 to S80.00 Traveling Bags ...81.50 t S2t.50
General purpose trunks. . . '. ..$5.00 to f 22.50 Suiji Cases .. . . .. . . , i . . .Qgj to $4750
Shoes and Oxfords
True to their name Trust
worthy" in every way, and the '
best value wa know of at the
price. Summer shoes and oxfords '
In a large variety of lasts and
patterns, many are duplicates of ,
the custom shoemakers art, in
the new dark tan Russia leathers,
fine black ' kidskina, gunmetals,
patents, palm beaith or white can
vas, with leather or rubber soles."
Hurley Shoes and Oxfords for
Men We are Omaha agents for
this well and justly known make
' of men's custom footwear, and 1
carry them ina large variety of
styles, in all leathers and patterns.
The pair f. 15.00 to 17.00
; Boys' ' Scout Shoes The ideal
summer shoes for boys. Cool, com-
. fortable and serviceable. Black or
tan with genuine chroma elk
soles. Specially priced Saturday
Sizes 1 to 8 ........$2.15
Sites 9 to 13 ..........$1.85
$2.00 and $2.50
Floor stock of Sol Ducker, 627 :
Broadway, New York, including
sennets, split braids, Porto Ricana,
leghorns and - Madagascar hats.
Several thousand brand new, spie .
and span straws; all the - latest
shapes. Regular $2 and $2.50
values; Saturday $1.39
Don't Forget to See
Our Regular Lines :
The season is well started and the
calendar says it is time for every
man to don his new straw hat.
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,' $5.00
Panamas, Bangkok, and Leghorns
A special lot Several different
( styles; values to $5.00;' Saturday
5 at ... i. I3.4S
About 75 Dotenx Men's Straw
: Hats Stiffand soft brims. All
. Men's Outing Hats Silk Hats,
' all sizes. - Sale price ....... 65e
V Boys' and Children's Straw Hats
' In all the latest styles, at BOe,
65o, 98 and to...(. M
Boys' Caps In plain . and fancy
: colors. Silk and all-wool eapa for
' summer wear, at BOe, 8Be and $t
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