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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY
1918.
di;,;e is limit
iii purchasing
all fireworks
Government Forbids Enemy
Aliens From Buying More
Than JO i Cents Worth of,
jDne Kind. .
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The long arm of Uncle Sam lias
taclied out to include even 10 cents
worth of powder within its grasp nd
the government lias decreed, .that
enemy aliens must not buy any piece
of fireworks or explosive - costing
more than a dime. Even American
citizens must obtain a license if they
wish to buy a fire cracker or a Ro
man candle worth more than 10 cents.
All dealers in explosives of, whatever
size or value must obtain licenses
"The. United States government
wants to Keep track of every bit of
powder that is sold," says Frame
Dewey, county clerk, who is issuing
the licenses. "Jhe purpose, is un
doubtedly to prevent powder in any
quantity from finding ifrs way into
the" hands of alien enemies."
- Two " Aliens Apply. ;
Only two alien enemies have ap
plied to Dewey for licenses to handle
explosives,, and these were small
shop keepers who were ignorant of
the law, ;
Dewey fs acting under the regula
tion of last November, issued by the
Department tf the Interior, bureau of
mines, of which F. S.'Peabody is di
rector in charge of explosives. Dewey
was appointed director in charge of
Douglas county.
, All dealers are required to obtain
licenses from Dewey beforehandling
explosives of any nature. The deal
ers are forbidden to sell -more than
10 cents' worth of any one kind of
explosive to a purchaser, unless the
purchaser has a license to buy a
greater quantity.
. What You Can Buy.
'This regulation includes explo-
sives and fireworks of all kinds with
the single exception of cartridges for
small arms : and shotguns," ssaid
Dewey. "It includes smokeless pow
der, and all chemicals or ingredients
which could be combined into explo
sives, such as nitric acid. Even pho
tographers must have licenses if they
wish to buy flashlight powder."
The county1 clerk s office has been
rushed by dealers who have applied
for licenses within the., last two or
three days, Dewey expects to issue
over 500 licenses before July 4.
Sixth of McShane Boys
Applies for Active Service
Leo McShane one of the six
famous McShane boys enrolled in the
United States service, has applied
.for admission to the Omaha ambuH
lance company, stationed at Chilli
cothe, O. He has been engaged in
government work with the agricul
tural department of the Nebraska
university. One brother, George, is
sergeant in the ambulance company.
Three Arrested For
Possession of Booze;
All Deny Ownership
G. M. Pailing, giving bis address as
Malmo. Neb., was arrested Monday
charged with illegal possession and
transportation of intoxicating liquor.
He was arrested at Thirteenth and
William streets in an automobile by
members of the morals squad. Two
pint bottles of whisky were found in
the car which is being held by police.
Ed Mason, 1420 North Twentieth
street, and John Kiley, 1536, South
Twenty-fourth street, inmates of the
car were also arrested and charged
with illegal possession of liquor. The
arrested men refused to tell police
who was the possessdr of the liquor.
Manawa Eighteen Inches ,
' Higher Than a Week Ago
. Finn's big iand will play afternoon .
and evening on July 4 at Manawa
park. Th(e park will be decorated
with flags and bunting. Extra ar
rangements have been made to care
for a record crowd, more help se
cured for the booths and at the
amusements, extra life guards sta
tioned to protect bathers and boat
ing parties, more tables placed for
picnickers, preparation made for
handling hundreds of automobiles and
special holiday street car, service se
cured. ' V '
Lake Manawa is 18 inches higher
than it was a week ago. and bathing
and boating was never better. The
roadway to the lake, designated by
council ciuns as tne Manawa boule
vard, has been cindered, oiled and
rolled until it is in perfect condition
for automobiles.' . ' '
Douglas County Farmers
' Get Cheap Hail Insurance
The first four farmers in Dousrlas
county to take advantage of the nail
insurance act, passed by the last legis
lature, are getting high-priced pro
tection at a cneap rate, says county
Clerk Frank Dewey. Under the terms
of the hail insurance act a farmer
can insure 40 acres of corn against
hail during the growing season for
$10, and other amounts of land for
proportionate, rates. In f Douglas
cpunty the farmers who have so far
taken advantage of the law are Jensen
& Co., route 2; William Homan, Mil
lard: Joseph Sip. Benson, and Teter
Jepsen, station D.
Finn's Band to Play at.
Lake Manawa July - Fourth
Finn's band will play at Lake
Manawa July 4. The program is com
posed entirely of patriotic airs from
the three wars in the history . of
America the revolution, the civil war
and the present worldwide conflict.
The 15 selections are divided into
three parts of five songs each.
Possession of Liquor
Costs Fred Heavy Fine
Fred Ticrsonj laborer, was fined
$100 and crista m nnliro mur Ti..-
day on a charge of illegal possession
of intoxicating liquor. He told the
judge that he had taken it from two
friends of his as lie was afraid they
had been drinking too much.
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Pikes Peak
Uncle Sam needs your
tofc-notch efforts. By
authorizing reduced
" fares, his Railroad Ad
ministration has recog
nized that Colorado's
summer climate can "do
its bit" -by conserving
the health and strength
of those who must "keep
the home fires burning'
. Summer tourist rates are
the same to Denver,
Colorado Springs and
Pueblo. Bo sure, what
ever route you select,
that your ticket reads
through or to Colorado
Springs. .
It's only a few hours, by
rail or auto, from Oma
ha to Colorado Springs f.
and Manitou.
Write today for free
illustrated folders.
The Chamber
Of Commerce
132 Independence Bldg.
Colorado Springs, Colo.
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to vide Your 'July- 4th Wamts Wedsiesday-toire Closed AM Pay Thursday, fi
Men's Bathing Suits
A Bis AMortmrat Hm for Your
Satoctleo, to All Slut, Bt Color
nd Styles, at Rmrkbly ' Low
Cub Prko. Mob's Wool Bmthtaf
Suit lit n tbo belt eokm. both
plain and fancy. Oar Cub Price.
2M, $3M and $30.
Mob' Cotton Batblnf SulU
Bluet, blacks and fry. in all
lies. Our Cash Prices, $1.00,
$IJO and 2JH.
Lk THE CASH STORE
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Ladies' Bathing Suits
Scare of Nobby Design la best
Qualities at Saving Cash Prices.
Ladies' AH-Wool Batbbif Suits
Good, heavy, quality, prettily
trimmed, worth to 13.50. Cash
Price
Ldi' $2.00 Bathing Suite Pret
tily trimmed. Our Cash Price
Wednesday $1.09
Children's Bathing Suits An
lies. Cash Price . 65c
Bathing Cap Big assortment,
vp from u ZSc
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Special Cash .Prices That Enable You To Dress Well a t Moderate Expense
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T NTERESTING JULY SALE
1 Specials in ,
Women's Summer
Apparel
A Bevy of Dainty Styles in Summer Dresses
r-Made to sell at '$20. Special Cash Prices
$7.S5-$ 1195
Plain colons, plaids, stripes and combina
tions in fine lawns,' ginghams, voiles and
novelties. The . classiest lot of Summer
Dresses shown in Omaha at these special
Cash Prices. All siies, 16 to 44; stouts
to 53.
Classy Tub Skirts
In twills, piques and gabardines,
the season's most wanted styles, in
all sizes. Two special lots Wednes
day at
$2.95 - $4.95
Women's Motor Coats
That usually sell for from $7.50 to
$10.00. Come in linens, Palm Beach
and mohairs, in natural, tans, grays
and stripes. All great j gr
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Hundreds of Beautiful
Blouses
JVorth to $8.00. Splendid assortment
of classy new styles in Georgettes,
' crepe de chines, etc., in all the season's
new. colorings and in all sizes. Match-,
less values at our Special July Sale
Cash Price, Wednesday
$4.95
YOU are practicing real economy when
you buy all-wool clothes; you are
making a record in real clothes economy
when you invest in one of these 1
Hart Schaffner
& Marx
$30 and $35 Suits
All Spring and Summer, 1918
Two and Three Piece Styles
Every Suit guaranteed by , both Hart
Schaffner & Mars and ourselves.
A variety of colors and patterns that in
sure satisfaction to the most particular pur
chaser. Regulars, stouts, longs, stubs. Ab
solutely all-wool fabrics.
Special Cash Sale Price)
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Choose Your Suit Early Wednes
day. All Necessary Alterations
FREE
A Splendidly Complete Showing of Now Stylos ia Mohair and "Palm Beach"
Summer Suits Also a full line of Palm Beach Trousers. Values and assortments
never surpassed and seldom equaled at our low Cash Prices.
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Delightful Economies in Stylish New
Sweaters
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In All Stylos and Shades
; Corset Section 2d Floor
Sleevelets Slip-On Sweat-
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all the newest shades; 2
,-values to $4.00. Our Cash i
Pric 81.981
Fiber Silk Sweaters In
national yellow, rose,;
green, "etc.; sizes to 46;
regular S8.50 values. Cash a
, Prico .$6,00;
Shetland Sweater Lightest summer Sweaters
f made; in Copen and rose; all sizes; values to 2
S10; Cash Price....... ...$5.98 I
Aro You Knitting Socks for the Soldiers Don't I
forget to look at ovyr Natural Wool, no dressing ?
I or dye to injure the feet; three hanks make two a
pairs; be sure it's Bear Brand. Our Special Cash
Price, per hank $1.10 1
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Values
: in Our July Sales
Women' Pure Thread Silk p
m Hoe In white and colors,
I with ' elastic top, double heels a
"and soles, $1.50 quality. Our?
s Cash Price . .". ..... . .$1.19
a Women' Silk Hote All col-1
8 ors, specially priced for Wed-1
nesday at . . -85
s Women' Fiber and Thread i
i.Silk Hote All wanted col-
I' ors. Cash Price .' 50J
Children' Litle Hote In
a black, white and tan. Our
Cash Price 35 1
a Children' Fancy Half Hot
1 Regular 35c values. Our Cashf
Price Wednesday 29d I
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I Choice of Any
Trimmed Hat
i in Our Store Wednesday
$7.50
1 Hats worth up to $20, including
j White Italian Milans,
Large Hair Braid Hats,
I Pattern Hats of Georgette,
Beautiful Leghorn Dress Hats.
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Every Hat
included.
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Toilet
Requisites
$1.50 La Trefl or Ozcurd
Face Powder Our Cash
price ............ $1,10
60c Palmolive ,Cold Cream,
Our Cash Price ..... 29
S0e Non . Spi (Pertpiration
Oeodorant). Cash price 35d
25c Mateeta Talcum Our
Cash Price 15
23c ' Woodbury or Grave'
Tooth Patto Cash Pr. 17
12c Jap Rot Soap Our
Cash Price 7tt
Special While They Lett
A beautiful novelty sillf
Flirt Handkerchief Puff with
each box of Tanty' Marquit
Face Powder, at....;.75
Two Routing SpecialsWednesday
In Men's Furnishings
Men's Summer Men's Athletic
Shirts ISK''T'- Union
Suits
Worth
to $1.50
The Shirts include an immense variety of
new patterns in fine quality percales and
madras, neary all soft cuff styles. Values
you'll find unequaled elsewhere.
Usually Sold
at $1.25
The Union Suits come in the
popular athletic styles in
several well known makes,
in good quality nainsook,
well made, all sizes.
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. . Our National EmbUm The Star
and Strtpta. Fly the Color from
Yait. Hnm. u iMilaMndaiica Day.
f f July 4th. Silk Mixta Unit! SUtf
. i-laft 12x18 inebca, mountaa on
aticlc with gilt spear. . ...... 19e
Larf Six Mutlia United SUte
Flat Fut colon, mounted on
ttlcki. at ISc
Our National Flat la lart
aixat, tewed ttripu. etBTat head
ing, brut groin met
Sit 1x5 feet ....$1.00
Sig 4x6 feet '.$130
Sin IxS eet $2JS0
Loyalty Service Flag Silk bini
nert, hemstitched star. 78c
Ovr There' This Loyalty ban
ner, each ......... 'f
Large Six Geveranuat Weal
Banting or "Defiante" Boating
Flag The ttahdtrd qnalitiet for
ttaff display. u
Wonderful Values in
Panama and
Straw Hats
Wednesday N
Genuine' , South - Amer
ican Panamas Reg
ular prices up to $6.00.
Cash Price Wednesday,
atu....;..v;$2.75';
Luzon Panamas and
Genuine Leghorns
Values' to $5.00. Cash
Price Wednes
day $1.95
1,000 Sennits and Split
Braids Yacht shape,
values to ; $2.00. Cash
Price Wednesday 75
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I ANYTHING YOU WANT FOR THE GLORIOUS FOURTH WE HAVE IT. I
9 v Jaw. Jelllee. Pick!. Sweet Canned VegeUDi run, rroits. Nutt, Butter, fcfga. Cueeae, Etc
2 Try Haydea'e First It Pay.
I Qt. botUee Kama Grape Juice ....38c
I Pint bottles Kama.Grape7uic ....23c
Fancy Queen Olivet, bottle . . , ,10c-15e
f Lance bottle Picklet, eight varieties,
per boUIe 23c
S Tall cans Salmon ............. .le
' Wet or Dry Shrimps, ean ....... .14c
I i2-os. jar Whit Bear Preserve . .28c
? Fan flallfArnlm Anrinfa m PmW
pnt np in botfey tyrup, can 23c
ransy lup uifvct, per can
g raasy iup uutcs. per can ......iuc,
I Jello for dessert, pkg. ., 38c
4 1-lb. cant Assorted Soup 12c
I No. I eant Pork and Beans CHc
I Dried Beef in glass 18c-30c
5 Chicked Ttmale. Beet or . Veal LobT,
Sat 28c
Bratwurst Frankforter style...... 25c
'Oil Bardiae. per can .............Tc
1 Mnttard Sardine, ean 14c
1 ox. ean Condensed Milk 9c
6-os. eant Condensed Milk 5c
EAT MORE DRIED FRUIT. -We
earry the freshest and largest
line in the city.
Choice California Prunes, lb. . . , . . 10c
Fancy Mulr Peaches, per lb. ......14c
Fancy - California Evaporated Apple.
per pound 18
Fancy Bartlett Pears, per lb....... 18a
Fancy Seedlea Raisins, per lb...l2Vt
California Fig, per pkg. ...... J2Vic
28-ox. Jar pare Miaee Meat 20c
THE -TEA AND COFFEE MARKET
, OF OMAHA
For leed Tea try ur famous Diamond
H. Blend, nothing finer, lb. .40c
Fancy long-tipped Japan Tea, fin drink,
per lb. , 48c
Fancy Golden Santo Coffee, the talk
of Omaha, per lb. , 20c
License No. G-114M. ' B
Choice English Breakfast Tea, lb... 48c .
Fancy Ceylon or Gunpowder Tea The
highest standard or quality, per ib. .S8c
Fancy Maricaibo Blend Coffee, lb.. .25c s
Faney Porto Rico Blend Coffee, lb.. .2Sc S
Choice Basket Fired or Sun Dried Japan ?
Tea, per pound 39c
FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS 3
FOR THE GLORIOUS FOURTH
Fancy ripe Tomatoes, lb. 7Vie
Larg baaket 30c
4 bunches fresh Turnip or Carrots
for 8c g
8 bunches Fresh Beet ...........Be
8 bunches Fresh Onlont ........ 8c a
8 heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce ...... 8c
Large Cucumbers, each . . . . . .Sc-10c
Fancy Cantaloupes, each . . . . .7y,c-10c s
Fancy Peaches, per basket ...... 28c a
Fancy Juicy Lemons, dozen.". , ... 40c s
Fresh Koasted Peanuts, per lb.. . . ,20e
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