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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JULY 81916.
BE FOR HUGHES
. Vnr York Newspaper Man
finds Sentiment in That -State
KANSAS ALSO IS IN LINE
(From a taft Correapondant.) .
fclncoln, Neb., July 7. (Special
Telegram.) M. W. Davis of New
York, representing the Post of that
city, it in Lincoln this evening look
ing np the political situation from a
national standpoint. Mr. Davis at
tended both national conventions and
since the St. Lonis affair has been
spending his time in Missouri and Kan
sas interviewing prominent men and
securing a line on the situation.
According to Mr. Davis republicans
of Missouri are sure that Hughes will
carry that state and, of course Kan
sas will also be in line. - y .
He interviewed several prominent
men here' and had - a convention
. with Governor Morehead. He failed
to see Senator Burkett, because of
. the latter's absence from "the city.
From here he will visit Omaha.
Central City Business Change.
Central City, Neb., July (Spe
cialsThe firm of Brown & Jones,
which has been doing business in this
city for a number of' years, this week
dissolved partnership. Mr. Brown
retires from the business. As soon as
the new garage in course of erection
by George Martin is completed, the
new firm of Janes & Wilson will oc
. Clever Bleat Kills Cattle.
Stella, Neb., July 7; (Special.)
Clover bloat has been so bad in south
eastern Nebraska that about twenty
cattle hides have been brought into
Shobert in a single day.
Remonstrance at Sidney ;
Overruled by the Court
Sidney, Neb July 7. (Special Tel
egram.) The long fight over the wet
and dry issue at the city election was
decided in district court today. Judge
Grimes found that the vote on the wet
and dry proposition was a tie. This
finding is the same result received
by the board of canvassers.
The hearing on the remonstrance
against the granting of a license to
Selhcit G. Aden by the court resulted
in the remonstrance being overruled.
This rinding by Judge Grimes sustains
the city council. This case has occu
pied the court's attention for about
two months, during which interval
one phase of it was taken to the su.
preme court, where the wets pre
vailed. A corps of attorneys was employed
by the drys, of which Senator Walter
V. Hoagland was chief, and Paddy
Miles and John Halligan represented
the wet element.
Fined for Assault Upon
Aged Couple of Columbus
Columbus, Neb., July 7. (Special
Telegram.) Peter Kieltyka, charged
with assault and battery against Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Stetz, an ?.ged conple.
whom he beat up with a club Wednes
day evening, had a hearing before
Judge O'Brien this; afternoon. He
pleaded guilty and was fined $50 and
costs. The condition of both old peo
ple is still serious.
Jailed for Wife Beating.
Columbus. Neb., July 7. (Special
LXelegram.) Vincent Connelly of,
Lindsay was Drought to " Columbus
this afternoon by Sheriff Burke on a
charge of wife beating. . He was
taken before Judge O'Brien, pleaded
guilty and was sentenced ts thirty
days in county jail.
Call for Convention.
Central City, Neb., July 7. (Spe
cial.) A meeting of the republican
county central committee will be held
in this city next Monday for the pur
pose of setting the date for-the county
convention. C. F, Newmyer, secre
tary, served notice te this effect to
day . - . . , : I
Good Yield Is Shown as :
Harvest Starts in Howard
Farwell, Neb.. July 7. (Special.)
Nearly all the farmers in Howard
county started harvesting this week.
A bumper crop is predicted and the
wheat is expected to average all the
way from twenty-five to as high as
thirty-five bushels per acre. Harvest
hands are scarce and farmers are of
fering as hiifh as $4 per day and board
and are unable to get them. The com
in this county is looking excellent and
is all nice and clean as the farmers
had ample time to cultivate ii.
Notes from Seward.
Seward. Neb.. July- 7. iSoecial.V
A son of Fred Wait fell from his
wheel out on the state road yester
day and before he conld get out of
tne way he was run over hy a lork
automobilist and had one leg badly
Miss Alice Margaret Burkett of
Beaver Crossing and Mr. florent
Alden Bush of Hulet, Wyo., were
married, at Beaver Crossing.
JohnZimmerer's $30,000 residence
is now" ready for occuumicy. It is
after the English style of architecture
and is of pressed brick and stone.
George Goetting. an ased resident
of this place, died here Friday. He
was the father of six daughters and
one son. . 1
Petitions Opposing Harman
Are Circulated in Alma
Alma. Neb., July 7. (Special.)
The following petition .to Governor
Morehead appeared in this locality for
the signatures of the public today:
"We, the undersigned taxpayers and
voters of Nebraska, hereby petition
and ask that Deputy Food Commis-j
tioner Clarence Harman be removed i
from office because of his unbecom-j
ing acts as an official in the employ
of the state,' viz: The publishing of a
food journal and taking business for j
it from firms under his inspection;!
also the unbecoming activity of his
department officials in circulating pe-'
titions to lengthen the term of of
ficials in the department."
. Htata TrootM I'ntlftr Arma.
Wilmington. N. C, July f. Stata troopa
wnr h.ld under arma h.ra today In Wll
mlnrton'a aural rar atrtha. So tar th.rr
hava no.n only minnr. dfaturhRitrai. Sheriff
Cowftn lata today nrdai'rd donuty aharlff
ta prortnt crowd, from oollatrttng an tha
Indigestion. One package!
proves it 25cat all druggists, )
To Rush Paving in Columbus,
Columbus, Neb., July 7, (Special
Telegram.l Sfince the official de
cision has been received from the sn-
nrcme court today notifying the city
authorities that they may go ahead
with paving, all arrangements will
now be completed to complete tlie
twentv-six blocks which have he.cn
contracted for. Horrabin Brothers
of Des Moines are the contractors.
Throiinh Sleeoina Car .
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN
T1.Munk Pullman alapntnv car serv
ice leaving Omaha daily 9 '.05 p in.,
arriving Sioux Falls 7 a. m.
Leaving oieux rails iwus p. m, ar
riving Omaha 7:31 a. m.
Ticket offices, UQ1 Farnsm street
Tel. Douglas 2749. . ,
Orbhard & Uilhelm Co.
414-416-418 South 16th Street
Y Not a Bingle piece in this sale was bofoght for sale
purposes. Every- article is from our regular, stock
good up-to-date, well-designed and well-built furni
turethat offers no excuse for price reduction Dther
than to offer an inducement for July buying. .
(This Dresser at $21.00
is an illustration of how good staple furniture is in
this sale at an extremelydow price. This piece reg
ularly sells for $27.75. It is mahogany, like cut,
with large bevel mirror, dull finish. A big $21 00
roomy piece, for ......'..... . . . . "
' This list is sal.ctad at randan ram th. (rut Dumber of
pieo of all kind of , f urnltur., offered at squally at- ,
$50.00 Golden Oak Bed Davenport,
July Sale Price
146.00 Golden Oak Sofa Bed,
July Sale Price
$30.00 Golden Oak Sofa Bed,
July Sale Price..
$54.00 Golden Oak Sofa Bed, CIC Art
July Sale Price. . J.UU
$30.00 Golden Oak Princess Dresser, tf OO C A
July Sale Price....;. $iaa5.)U
$21.00 Golden Oak Dressing Table,
July Sale Price..-.
$14.60 Golden Oak Chiffonier, .
i July Sale Price . v. .............
$20.00 Golden Oak Dresser, large
. mirror, July Sale Price.
$22.60 Fumed Oak Chiffonier,
July Sale Price..;...........,
$18.00 Fumed Oak Chiffonier,
July Sale Price
$38.00 Mahogany Dresser,
July Sale Price.
$37.00 Mahogany Chiffonier,
-, July Sale Price. ..............
$25.00 Mahogany Dressing Table,
July Sale Price .
$37.60 Mahogany Dreaser, Colonial post P07 A
style, July Sale Price. j ..Vail .OU
$34.00 Colonial Post style Chiffonier to (JOE A A
match, July, Sale Price. iJaWaUU
$39.00 Golden Oak Dining Table, 64- CO A AA
inch top, July Sale Price WU.UU
$49.00 Fumed Oak Dining Table, 64- f?A
inch top, July Sale Price .V5l.3U
$27.60 Mahogany Dresser,
, July Sale Price
The comparative prices below show just a few
of the' reductions in Lace, Scrim and Muslin Cur
$1.25 value........ 85c
$2.35 values $1.85
$4.25 values..... $2.85
$6.50 values... ..$4.25
$7.75 values.... .$4.85
$10 value. . . .
$11 valu.s . . .
$16.50 valuea .
$22.50 value.. .
; One and Two-Pair Lots
of Curtains at
Vz Regular Prices
Drapery Materials and
Upholstery Fabrics .
Twelve styles Drapery materials Brown, Green,
Mulberry, Rose, Blue. Regular values 66c, OO.
95c, $1.25 and $1.50 yard, for OOC
Three patterns in Tapestry, Regular . QCa
$2.75 yard, for ivOC
Offering a large number of rugs of all
grades in good patterns at very low prices.
Th... ara typical lt.m.1 ,
. $75.00 Whittall Anglo-Persian, 9x12, $59.00
60.00 Seamless Wilton Velvet, 9x12.. 50.00
. 63.60 Whittall Anglo-Indian, 9x12... 49.00
66.60 Bundhar Wilton, 9x12 ........ 45.00
67.50 Hartford Saxony, 9x12 50.00
- 21.50 Bundhar Wilton Runners, 3x15, 12.50
68.00 Bundhar Wilton, 10-6x10-6... 45.00
52.50 Mahal Wilton, 11-3x12. 45.00
125.00 French Wilton, 11-3x16 75.00
20.00 Axminster, slightly' soiled, 6x9, 13.50 '
- 25.00 Best Body Brussels, 6x9. . ... . . ,
25.00 Cross Seam Axminster Rugs,
20.00 Seamless Velvet, slightly
July Sale of Kettles, Dish Pans and
Fruit Jars for
J v . - . '
8, 10 and 12-qt. gray enamel pre- OQr
serving kettles, worth 60c, for
J . Remnants
' Odd rolls and short lengths at
big reduct.ons. Plain, printed and
inlaid qualities in varying quanti
ty. Bring the size of the space to
i be covered and we can find you a
17-qt. dishpans, worth 50c,
6, 6 and 10-qt. white enamel pre
serving kettles, worth $1, for...
White enamel dishpans, worth CQ.
$1.00, for; .................... O C
6. 8. 10 and 12-qt pure alumi- t in
mim preserving kettles J) X a 1
Ball Mason Jars,
Pints 43c, Quarts 43c
Self -Sealing Jars, .
Pints 55c, Quarts 65c
M;M The Best S y I4s
Pas f or ,
July Clearance of
You Ever Heard of
This Is the Most Wonderful
Clearance Sale of All
OF COURSE there have been tales and tales and tales
of men's clothing at $15.00. But there has never been a
sals to equal this Just look at the names of the makers
and you will be convinced that this Js true. .
Most Remarkable Reduction Sale of the Season
Coming- at the very time when you need this clothing most.
Hirsch- Wickwire, Society
Brand and Schloss Brothers
Clothes Broken Lots
Enough said, for from the first stitch to the last but-.
ton the quality is guaranteed. ,
THE LOWEST PRICE OF HIRSCH-WICKWIRE, SO
CIETY, BRAND AND SCHLOSS BROTHERS Clothes Is
$20 the usual price range in this special group runs from
820 to $35 but for this Saturday WE OFFER YOU ;
Perfect Fit for Men of Every Ape, Size and Height.
The New Home of Hart Schaf f ner & Marx
Makes Special Announcement for Saturday
High Grade Superior Quality Summer Suits, $25.00
Men's and Young Men's Suits that will give you all the service and style that the very best hand tailored ;
suits could dd, at very much less money $40 would be a conservative estimate of worth.
We are showing the popular Pinch Backs and regular styles, in light and tropical Worsteds, Tweeds and '
Flannels. Coats are quarter and half silk lined. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Mohairs and Dixie Weaves,
$12.60 and $15.00. Suits for all builds of men, x ( . " ':
600 Palm Beach and Cool Cloth Suits.
Most comfortable for summer wear. Splendidly tailored; made to
fit. Plain colors and the newest fancy patterns, both regular and pinch
back models. All sizes from 82 to B0.
And the price is only $5.00. r
1 Second Floor, Men's Building.
Genuine Palm Beach Pants at $2.25
Men's and , Young Men's Trousers. . v
White Serges and Flannel Outing Trousers, for tennis, golf and
outing wear; in plain and silk striped, also plain white flannels spe
cial at $2.80 and $3.50. - ,
Men's KHAKI PANTS, $1.00, $1.50 and 12.50.
About 100 Dosen Men's Negligee Golf Shirta, mostly samples and odd
lots from our regular stock. Regular values to $1.26. fiQ
Saturday, at. v W... "ft
65 Dozen Men'a Athletic Union Suits, odd lots and samples from Kox
ford and Shedaker Underwear mill. Linen, mull, satin striped madras
and fancy nainsook materials. Regular values to $1.25, fCkn
for quick selling, per suit ........)... OIC
25 Dosen Men's Sample Sport Shirts, in plain colors and assorted fancy
trimmed collars. . Regular values to $1.50 . d1 A A
sale price. . . P 1 UW
45 Dosen Men's Sample Bathing Suits, made of fine quality all-wool and
wool mixtures. Fancy trimmed and combination striped bodies. Regu-
Sru?!15:00 . . 95c, $1.95 ..a $2.98
1B0 Doien Pure Silk Hots, "run of the mill" quality
All new shades. Sale price, per pair
200 Dosen Men'. Silk Fiber Hose, "run of the mill"
quality. All colors. Per pair
Men's $3.50 Oxfords, $2.45
In the July Clearance Sale.
125 pairs men's button and lace oxfords, made tn gun metal, calf,
vici kid and Russia calf, welted sole, all sizes from 6 to 11.
Boys' $3.00 Oxfords at $2.15
100 pairs boys' button and lace oxfords, made in gun metal, calf,
patent colt and kid, welted sole. Sizes from 1 to 6,
Meris Straw Hats
Saturday we will place on
sale 75 dozen hats, including
Sennits, split braids, Javas,
Leghorns, Italian Milan and
Madagascar hats that'
have been selling at AO.
$1.50 to $2. Special. . 70C
Mn'f Straws at $1.65
About 35 dozen men's Porto
Ricans, fine split braids, sen
nit and milan. All in one
lot Saturday,; , gjj
Men's Straws at 45c
About 40 Doz. Men' Straw
Hat, in Yachts and Optimo
styles. All sizes. Values to
$1.00, Saturday . . ,
All the Boy' $1.00 and $1.25
Men's Panama Hats, $1.79
, Hats That Sell Regularly at $3.50 and $4.00. , .
AH the Boy' and Children' Headwear, VfC
regular 65c values, Saturday. ..... . . ....... . . . . . HtoC
Genuine Maydole Hammers, ,49c
One lot of Saws, worth to $1.50,
Chisels, any size, Saturday. . ,29
Chisels, larger than 1 inch. . . .39e
, y rp v i In the July Clearance Sale Hardware
VtcirpCntCrS 1 OOlS House-Furnishing Department, Basement
10-in. Genuine Stillson Wrenches
Genuine Klein Adjustable Alliga
tor Wrenches ............ .BBc
No. 12 8-in. Stanley Iron Handle,
Nickel plated Try Square .... 29e
8-inch Stanley Sliding "T" Bevels,
at ........, 4.19c
6-foot White or Yellow Zig-Zag
Rules for 23e
14-inch Genuine Stillson Wrench
for ......I... $1.19
Genuine Marshall town Plastering
Trowels for ............ .11.49
24-in. Wrecking Bars. .... . . .29c
80-in. Wrecking Bars 39c
8-in. Warranted Carpenter Pinc
ers for ... . ....... . ... , ... 29c
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