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    THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1916.
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Brief City News
Towmnd'i for Sportlnc Oaoda." .
Bar. Boot Frtat It Now Baacon PrM.
XlMtrto Zbjm tl.S0 Burgaaa-Grandaa Co.
Half Karat White Diamond. 178 Edholra.
"At Ihe End of a Beautiful Day," a
supremely beautiful ballad Just out
on Victor record No. 18065. Orchard
& Wllhelm company.
"Today's Movie Program," classi
fied section today. It appears In The
Bee exclusively. Find out what the
various moving picture theaters offer.
Nip Prisoners' Graft Owing to the
rapidly growing custom of city prison
ers to assign their wages to other than
their families, City Attorney McGuIre
of the Welfare board announces that
no assignments will be honored unless
made to the dependents of the pris
oners. Goes on Civilian Cruise Donald
Hall, son of Attorney M. A. Hall, has
been added to Omaha's men on the
federal government's civilian cruise.
A special telegram came to the local
office from the navy headquarters di
recting that he be given the examina
tion and sent to the "Illinois" at Nor
folk If he passed. He passed and will
report August 15.
Asks to Be Made Administratrix
Mary C. Fegx. widow of the late John
Grant Pegg, city Inspector of weights
and measures, wnose aeatn occurrea
August 8, has applied to County Judge
Crawford asking that she be appointed
administrator of the state. Mr. Pegg
left no will, the estate being valued at
$2,000 In real estate, with $100 per
sonal property. The heirs are the five
emmren, Mary, lo; James, it; jonu,
12; Ruth, 9, and Gaetha, 4.
Man Who Had Been
Beaten Up, Fires
Without Notice
Following a shooting affray in the
hallway of the Reno hotel, a lodging
house at Thirteenth and Douglas
streets, a threatening crowd surged
around Detectives Dunn and Kenel
ley, who were in the neighborhood
and captured the man who did the
shooting.
Walter Carrier, or Murohv. as he
was known at the hotel, was armed
with a 32-caliber revolver, which he
duchareed three times at Jack Uemp
sey, who was hit in the abuomen by
one of the bullets. Dempsey, who is
said to be an I. W. W.. was taken to
St. Joseph's hospital by Police Sur
geons Shook and Kulakofsky, where
an examination showed that he was
seriously injured, but would probably
recover.
The hotel people say that Carrier,
who registered as Murphy,- hid had
trouble with a crowd of men earlier
in the week and had been beaten up
a few nights ago by a gang of
I. W. W.'s led b, Dempsey, and that
Carrier probably thought they were
after him again.
Automobile Sounds
Its Own Alarm When
.On Fire in Box Car
A fire of unknown origin in a Wa
bash freight car loaded with three
Paige autqmobiles for the. Murphy.
O'Brien company gave hose company
No. 2 a run to Eleventh and Daven
nort streets about 7 o'clock last eve.
nine. The fire had gained a good deal
of headway and had begun to eat its
way out of the car betore it was no.
ticed and owing to the heat the fire
men had some trouble in opening the
Honrs to eet at it.
Three motor cars were damaged se
verely. The loss was estimated as in
the neighborhood of $2,000.
During the fire a timber dropped
down on the button sounding the
warnine horn on one of the machines,
which continued to sound until the
doors were opened and the timber
thrown off bv a stream ot water.
. In onening the door Harry Ferris,
one of the firemen, had his right hand
severely blistered and burned alio
called on Police Surgeon Shook for
treatment.
Judgment is Secured in
Friendly Land Sui
Judgment for $1,190 against Igna
tius TraDhasran. who purchased prop
erty from Albert H. Rawitzer, has
been secured before Judge A. C.
Troup by the First Trust company of
Omaha, executors of the estate. The
friendlv suit was instituted to secure
a court order justifying the payment
of the balance on real estate bought
from Rawitzer. fraphagan refusing
to pay the balance until ordered by
the courts.
Offer of $2,900 Refused
For Grain Exchange Sea
T H. McDonald, retired tailor and
successful strain dealer, yxterday wai
offered S2,5Cii for his seat on the
Omaha Grain exchange.
This offer, made by a man whose
name -Mr. McDonald did not wish to
state, is said lo be the highest ever
offered.
Knights of Pythias End
Their Biennial Meeting
Portland, Ore., Aug. 10. Knights of
Pvthias broueht to a close their su
preme lodge convention here tonight,
after sessions extending over ten days.
John J. Brown of Vandalia, 111., was
insiaiieu as supreme iiiamcuui
Chronic Dysentery.
"An old gentleman of this town
who was almost at the point of death
with chronic dysentery some time ago
ind had given up all hope of recovery
was induced to try Lhambcrlain
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dv. One dose stopped the discharge,
and after taking a few more doses he
was completely cured, writes J
Baer, West Manchester, Pa. "Many
residents of Eaer's Station can testify
to the truth of the above and wsre
aware of the old gentleman s condi
tion. Untamable everywhere.-r-Ad
Thousands Take
this mild, family remedy to avoid illness,
and to improve and protect their heal th.
They keep their blood pure, their
Uvert active, their bowel regular and
digestion sound and strong with
PILLS
.rMrt SW mi Amf MwHcIm fa fJWrl.
MMWtflWMTI. MIMMi llMetefMa
MERCHANTS GIVEN
ODD BILL OF FARE
Visitors Treated to Buffet
Luncheon at Municipal Auditorium
00 TO BALL GAME TODAY
Twelve hundred daintv sandwiches
were washed down throats of 850
corn belt merchants and families by
scores of gallons of iced tea and cot
fee and several boxes of oranges,
peaches and bananas and three ten-
gallon freezers of Ice cream were
disposed of when the visiting mer
chants from four statei were treated
to an unusual feast at the municipal
auditorium Wednesday night Meats
....... AnnttmA hv u'tft Armnnr and-
Cudahy, bread furnished by the U. P.
Mcam bakery, tne new tngiano
bakery and the Jay Burns Baking
company iu uinci ncwbmvo
dainty buffet luncheon purchased in
tne umani marKet.
Following the luncheon Eugene W
,ro,ni rf thp Amntkeaff Manufac
turing company delivered an interest
ing lecture on me cotton muyv,
motion pictures showing growing,
nirlftnor. amnnincr And manufacture of
the cotton from field to mill.
This lecture was followed by an
address and demonstration of the
possibilities of rubber by J. J. Haw
kins of the United States Rubber
company.
Visiting merchants will be given
further opportunities of vitising Ihe
wholesale houses of the city before
tlie concluding event oi tne Mantei
Wl nrnffrim thia afternoon, when
merchants and their wives will attend
the Omaha-Denver ball game as
guests of the wholesalers and man
agement "The most successful semi-annual
gathering of the merchants ever
held," is the verdict of hundreds at
tending. Arrangements during the
entire week have been in charge of
the following committee:
Commtatonor Robert Minify of th Com
mercial club. Jot Kelly ot M. B. Smith
Co., Roy Byrn. of the Byrno-Hemmer Dry
Goods company, Ben Ufcllmsher ot Paxton A
Oallasher. Olen Horton of Klrkendall com
pany. Prank Huffhea of K. J. Huvhea & Co.,
Myron Hayward of Hayward Broa., Don T.
Lea of Beebe A Runyan, George Millar ot
the Omaha Crockery company and Archie
Carpenter of the Carpenter paper company.
1.0. Officials Reach
Here Friday Night
The Illinois Central train carrying
leading officials of that road, who
have been making a tour of the entire
system, have changed their time of
arrival in Omaha. They will reach
this city Friday evening at 7 o clock.,
remain all night and leave Saturday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. The tram
will carry seventy-five people, rep
resenting each principal city through
which the Illinois Central runs.
Blow From Officer's Fist
Fractures Berman's Jaw
Fred Pontage, a special agent for
the Missouri Pacific, saw a man at
tempting to break into a banana car
in the. yards last evening. When de
tected the man ran up into "Ram
Cat alley," one of the historic thor
oughfares of the "Bowery," and when
Pontage followed, put up a fight.
Pontage struck him on the chin so
forcibly that it fractured the jawbone
and the robber took the count.
At the police station the man was
recognized as Jack Berman, who has
had previous acquaintance with the
police department and who was re
leased from the Nebraska penitentiary
only about two weeks ago after serv
ing a term for burglary. ,
Major McCormick
Returns From East
Major Frank A. McCormick, rank
ing officer of the Volunteers of
America, returned from a two weeks
vacation in New York City Tuesday.
The Volunteers will hold a meeting
at the Nebraska state penitentiary
August 19, when Mrs. Maud Balling
ton Booth will talk to the convicts.
Major McCormick expects to attend
the meeting and will endeavor to ar
range with Mrs. Booth for a meeting
in Omaha in the neir future.
J. B. Bartholomew and Family
Are Visitors at Tractor Show
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bartholomew
s h A nn ant rtailfflttf-r of I'tOVli. III..
were among the prominent visitors ai
the tractor show. Mr. Bartholomew
is the president of the Avery Mai:u
tri finof romnnv.. which makes -
Glide automobile, and nearly a Mcoe
of big farm implements and tractors
Store Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 5 P. M. Saturday Till 6 P. M.s
FRECKLES
Now U tk Tim to Got Rid of Thos
Ugly Spota,
There's no lonter th illfhtMt nwA of
flinr ashamed of your frecklM. a th
nrucrlDtton othtiw doubl strength
guaranteed to remove thee homely spot.
Simply fet an ounce or otnine aouoie
trenfth from any drugget and apply a
Utile or u mgni-ana mornmn nm. -"u '""
aoon that even th worst fwklwi have
begun to disappear, whtle th lighter ones
havt vanished entirely. It Is seldom that
more than an ouno Is needed to romplvttiy
clear the akin and gain a beautiful clear
complexion.
Be sure and ask Sherman ft MrConnoll
or any druggist for the double strength
othtne, aa thle Is aotd under guarantee of
money back If It falls to remove freckles.
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Does Prohibition
Prohibit?
The Testimony of the
GOVERNOR OF KANSAS
(Extracts from an article in the St. Lonia Poat
Dispatch of Jan. 30, 1916.
"Oov. Arthur Capper of Kansas Is looking- for a man who
can develop some method, psychological, mechanical or other
wise, to extract the truth from ordinarily good citlieni who are
customers of bootleggers." ,
"What Kansas needs most (said the governor) is someone
who will evolve some method of extracting the truth from the
patron of a bootlegger. The man who buys booze in Kansas
is given to an exaggerated sense of honor."
"It isn't a olub or lodge proposition, either. There are
ties of fraternity that would cause a man to refuse to divulge
the sale or dispensation of liquor in olub house. But there
' is nothing of this when the liquqr is purohased from ja boot
legger. In this case a man goes out hunting for liquor and
finds it in some drug store, or livery stable, or down on an
island, or some other out-of-the-way place where a man has
set up a temporary joint."
"But to get information from men as to whom sold the
liquor or a description of the place where the bootlegger was
operating is next to impossible."
"It is the most remarkable condition I have ever found in
Kansas and I did not know it was so general until I received
reports from the County Attorneys." i, .
That's what the Governor of Kansas
Says about the Failure of Prohibi
tion to Prohibit.
The Nebraska Prosperity League
ra iorrosED to statu prohibition, in favor of local option, high ucense
President, L. FJCROFOOT Treasurer, W. J. COAD Secretary, J. B. HAYNES
Send for our literature. OMAHA, NEBRASKA
VICE-PRESIDENTS
WCSLIY P ADKINS
aOUTM OMAHA
JOHN ALHRTffON
MERCHANT, MNDIK
DR. C. C. ALLISON
SUMOfON
OIORO! ANTtL
INVlaTMINTS. OiAtH
Z. M. SAIRD
J. L. BAKER
M All U PACTUM fit
J. W. SfNDf ft
PARMM. HUHPHMIT
ALFJIID MATT
INViaTHINT, WO A
CHAO. M, BROWN
RIAL lTAT IMViaTMKHTa
W. J. BURQKM
IHVMTMIHTB
MARRY V. BURKLKV
PRIRTIR
W. M. BUSHMAN
aTORi
ALBIRT CAMN
MAMUPAOTURItt
Louis b. ot rrs
I. H. FAIRS' I SLO
RIAL STAYS INVfRTMMTa
JOHN N. FRBNZKft
RIAL SSTATS IMVIBTN1RTB
BR. R. OILMORB
PHYSICIAN ARB SUMISN
T. V. OOLDBN
CAPITA LIST. O'NIILL
FIROINAND HAARMANH
MAHUFMTURIR
J. J. HANIOHSN
CONTRACTOR
PRKO P. HUNKSR
ATTORN IT. WIST POINT
FRANK B. JOHNSON
OMAHA PK1NTINS SO.
C. 4. KARBACH
IMVIOTSJSNTS
HON. J. T. KISXIY
F. J. KKLLY
MCHCHAMT, NIOBRARA
FRANK B, KBNNARD
CAPITALIST
BUD LATTA
AM CM OWMIR. TIM A MAN
I. M. W. LtFLANO
CAPITALIST
B. W. M IOt ATM
COAL OPIRATOR
JOHN A. MOHROACHIR
IN VIST MINTS. WYMORI
BOFHUB F. NIBLt
PUBLISHIR
FRANK A. NIMS
IITItIS MINIS, PALIS CtTT
J. J. NOVAK
RANKIN, WILSIfl
J. l. O'CONNOR
MIRCHANT, N SB RASH A CITY
HON. WATSON L. FUROV
LAMB OWNIN. MA 04 SON
TNSODORf RSIMIRS
STOCKMAN. FULLRRTON
CARL ROHOB
STISIS PASMBI. SBLSNSSI
JOHN O. ROS1CKY
J, C. ROTH
INVISTON. PRCMOMT
JSHBJ SCH1NBLIN
W. N. BCHMOLLM
THBOOORI H. SIRK
BTMKMAN, NSLISH
B. B. SNUKERT
HARRY B. SIMAN
ttflNMBf
PAUL F. SKINNIR
A. F. SMITH
JOSSIR
N. A. SPIBSBKROf ft
WHOLISALIN
HON, O, p. STAFFORD
NORFOLK
WILLIAM STORK
INVISTMINTB. ARLINOTON
ROBERT C. BTRIHLOW
CONTRACTOR
OSOROB B. TYLER
INVISTMINTB. HASTINCS
A. J. VIBRLINO
PUIS. FAITBN S VIINLINC
IRON WORKS
THEODORE WIDAMAN
STOCK SUV IN. AURORA
C, B. WILLEV
ATTORNIV, RANDOLPH
B. N. WOLBACH
MIROMAMT. ONANB IBLANB
R. M. WOLCOTT
HKROMAMT, CENTRAL CITT
HON. OTTO tUVLOW
BATON, BOHUVLfR
Pl
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Burgess-Nash Company.
BYE R YBOOrlS TORE"
ThurscUy. Au.u.t 10, 1916. STORE NEWS FOR FRIDAY
Phone D. 137.
Final Clearaway of
Women's and Misses' Coats
at 1-2 Price
"Every coat must go and go quick," was
the order given by the sales manager in the
second floor ready-to-wear section and this is
how they will march out, beginning Friday.
There is a wide range of styles, including
sport effects, short light-weight wraps, long
coats for automobiling and the like, in such ma
terials as '
LINENS, SILKS, CLOTHS, SPORT
STRIPES, ETC.
Just the sort of coat for present wear, on
your vacation, etc., and there is no doubt but
you will find the style, color and material you
like and at 12 the regular price. For instance:
Coats that were $12.50, now $6.25
Coats that were $15.00, now $7.50
Coats that were $18.50, now $9.25
Coats that were $25.00, now $12.50
And so on throughout the entire stock.
BurfMi-Nuk Ce. Sacene Fleer.
WuMM
IS
Men's Shirts at 65c
Announcing
Our Third Annual
August Sale of
Blankets
Beginning Next
Monday
and affording saving
advantages ot fully
33V3 Per Cent
See Sunday Papers and
Windows for Particulars
Some Have Slight Imperfections and
Would Retail Ordinarily at $1.00 to $2.00
ib Buiwoio iur
65c
THE ODD LOTS and broken lines
of the shirts thrown out by one
of the large manufacturer! of
Baltimore for not being entirely up
to standard.
The lot include! toft and stiff cuff
styles, in madras, percales, penanga
and other soft materials suitable for
good shirts. There are
all sites and you'll find
the shirt worth double
the price, Friday.
Men's 10c Handkerchiefs, 5c
Fine cambric, full size with satin
striped border, the usual 10c quality,
Friday, Sc.
Men's 15c Hose at 8V3C.
. Men's gray half hose of good qual
ity lisle, double heels, toe and aole.
The usual 16c quality, at, pair 8 We.
Men's Athletic Union Suits, 59c
Made of pajama check, the clean
up of a large mill and the saving
meant fully hk Friday, at 89.
BurfMS-Nsah C..
Dowa Stair Stent
Women's 35c and
50c Hose for 25c
Women's black cotton hoae,
alto some lisle, samples, full, reg
ular made and seamless; 8 Be and
60c grades, Friday, ISc.
Women's Vests, 10c.
Low neck and sleevelets, full
taped, white cotton vetta; alto
cuff knee pants, choice at 10c.
Children's 28c Hose, 15c
Also some women't tizee of
sample cotton hose, made aeam
less; were 26c, Friday, lSe.
Buraaa-Nali Ca. Dawn Stairs Star.
lgcWhiteCrepelZVk
38-inch white crepe for under
wear, the usual 18c grade, tale
price, Friday, yard 12 Me.
10c Flannels, 5c
Mill lengths of bleached . and
unbleached thaker flannels, the
regular 10c grade, at, yard, Be.
Sport Stripe
Materials Vi Price
All sport stripe suitings and
skirtings, embracing a variety of
patterns, to go Friday at
Burst t-Nth Co. Down Stairs Stors.
Remnants of Wash Goods at 5c
SHORT lengths of wash goods, 27 to 40 inches m
wide, including ratines, new cloth, voiles, ba- JJf
tistes, were to 29c, Friday, special at, yard
Burfaaa-Naah Ca. Dawn Staba Stars.
75c to $1.00 White Corduroy, 25c
EMNANTS of white corduroy, 86 inches wide and in
lengths of 1 to 4 yards, for skirts, etc., np
was 75c to $1.00 the yard, very special XQC
Friday at, yard
Burfaaa-Naah Ca. Down Stairs Star..' :
Boys' Wash Suits, to $1.50, at 29c
FOR FRIDAY WE OFFER in the Down Stairs Store a
clearaway of boys' wash suits, including OA
Russian and Balkan Blouse styles, were HP
to $1.60, clearaway price
BurffaaaNaah Cm. Dw Stalra Stara.
Hemmed Bed Spreads, 89c
DOUBLE bed size spreads, hemmed ready for use,
good weight, assorted patterns, each, 89c
Turkish Towela at 17c. .
19x44-inch Turkish bath towels, full bleached,
heavy weight and absorbent, doz. $2.00 or each, 17c.
Mercerized Table Damask, 29c
64-inch bleached damask, good weight, free from
dressing, permanent mercerized finish, yard 29c.
Hemmed Napkins, 89c Dozen.
Napkins, 18x18, with fine mercerized finish, as
sorted patterns, dozen, 89c
Burran-Naiih Ca. Down Stalra Stara.
WomeiVs Low Shoes That Were $3.00 to
$6.00, On Sale Friday at $1.19 the Pair
A BIG clearaway of women's and misses' low shoes-7-short lots and broken lines
from the season's best selling lines. There are all sizes represented, but not every
size in every style.
Women's patent pumps.
Women's dull kid pumps.
Women't patent pumpt with colored
buckskin quarters.
Women't pumps with leather Louis
Cuban heels. j
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.Women's fine black kid pumps with
colored cloth quarters.
J Women't pumpt with Goodyear welt
soles. ; . .
1 Women't pumpt with hand turn soles.
For Infant, Children and Misses. .
Strap pumps, Mary Jane and English ankle ties in patent and dull leather, QCa
including values from 81.50 to $3.00, choice Friday, at
Burg MNaak Co. Down stalra Stara.