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THE BEE : ' OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST" SO, 1919.
Nonpartisans Urge ;
Removal of Beatrice
Officers at Meeting
Beatrice, leb., Aug.' 29. -(Special
Telegram.) Nearly 1.000 people at
tended the free speech meeting of
lius grove, near Pickrell, Friday, and
a committee was appointed to con
fer with Governor McKelvie rela
tive to the disturbance here a few
weeks ago 1 which resulted in the
league meeting being, broken up by
a mob. Resolutions were ' passed
asking Governor McKelvie to re
move the mayor, chief- of police,
chief of the fire department and
Sheriff Schiek of Beatrice for fail
ure to put down the disturbance
when called upon. 'The speakers at
the meeting J were . Cecil Mat
thews of, Blue Hill, J. L. Smith of
Wahoo and E. L. Wetherley of Lin
coln. ,'v ;7v .' ,.s
Oorn Crop Assured. ;
Wahoo, Neb, August 29. The
rain of the past three days has done
wonders for the eorn crop in Saun
ders county and even the most co
The Hoe of Meea gin
the Nonpartisan league in . Come
servative farmers are now of the
opinion that the corn crop this sea
son will be above the average.?
f, Prince May Delay Visit.
Washington, Aug. 29. The prince
Of Wales may not reach' Washing
ton until the middle of November,
the State department announced to
day, because of the extended pro
gram for his entertainment in Can
ada. - " '- ' ", - "
Our Lease Expires October 15th
Our Entire Stock of High
grade Apparel for" Women
and Misses and a full set of
Fixtures and Equipment
must be sold regardless of.
Of COSt. v
' .;' " . , -. .(. . ... . , , , . v ..1 : .
All Fall ad Winter Dresses
-:"' All Fall and Winter Suits
All Fall and Winter Coats
We have hundreds upon. hundreds of garments (the regular -House,
of Menagh qualities) that were bought to be sold at
regular prices for September and October, and now we are
forced to sell every garmeni in our stock and all that are on
order to be delivered at tremendous discount.
Every coat, suit, dress skirt and sweater is being repriced, and
will be ready for sale Saturday morning. '
If you are contemplating the purchase of a fall ' 1 .
or Winter garment, save by buvinor iti during
this sale. , x , , v ,
There are dresses for street, business, afternoon
and evening wear.
There are suits for the Mi$s and suits to make
the older woman look young.
There are coats for motoring, coats for walking
and coats for dress wear. '
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The stock has been arranged so that it will be easy to make
; " selections. : 'rK'':'
. , NOTE -We have 118 coats and suits for large women (sizes 42 to 51)
V that will be delivered within 10 days. When they arrive we will announce
a special day to be devoted to selling garments to large women. All wom
' en who measure above the usual should wait for this day. V
The Fixtures- - ,
V Our shop is fully equipped with furniture that is original and un- '.
. . usually attractive in design. - , ,
We would prefer to sell the complete outfit to one person who could
v : , use it, but we have priced each piece so that the fixtures can be sold in any
, ... - way that you would care to buy them. ( ,
. " i . ' , , We have closed all charge accounts. ' ,
; ' . , No Charges, no C. 0. D.'s, no Approval.
' Our loss will be your gain.
? x K - The sale starts Saturday morning.
. We will have 25 extra sales people to help you make your selections.
BE BIGGEST IN
ANNALS OF FAIR
Attractive Program of Races
' Arranged for Omaha Day
. f-Other' Fairs to Be
Held In State.
By t Staff Correspondent.
Lincoln, Aug. 29. Everything
now ready for the big Nebraska ex
position of 1919, the big Victory
fair. The buildings have been fin-
ishedy the streets cleared of the
building nnaterial and the largest dis
play in all lines will be on exhibit
when the gates are thrown open
next Monday. . 1 ,' ,-- .
Never tn my many years connec
tion with the Nebraska State fair,"
said Secretary E. R. Danielson this
morning, "has there been such a
wonderful prospect for a big show.
We had to erect 120 temporary
swine pens near the swine barn to
take care of the exhibit of hoes. This
will be under canvas." What is
true regarding swine appears in
every department, according to the
Lieutenants Elliott and Short,
drivers of the airplanes from which
Lieutenant Locklear does his vaude
ville stunts in the air, -arrived this
morning.. , -
Every race has been filled but the
2:10 trot. The 2:18 trot has been
moved up from Friday to Thursday
in order that Omaha people who
come to the fair on Omaha day
may have an especially attractive
bunch of races to witness.
Following the state fair county
fairs will be held throughout Ne
braska as follows:
WEEK OP SEPTEMBER S TO 13.
County. Town. Secretary.
Antelope, Nellgh Ralph M. Krygor.
Boyd, Butte H. H. Storey.
Cheyenne, Sidney H. Q. Oould.
Daweon, Lexington B. C, Van Horn.
Dodge, Scrlbner William Low.
Fillmore, Geneva S. B. Ralston.
Franklin. Franklin Charlea Bloedorn
Furnaa, Beaver City W. C. F. Lutnley,
7 Greeley, Greeley Rod Smith.
Hall, Grand Island Rudolph Durtschl.
Holt, O'Neill Frank Campoeu.
Madison, MadUon A. Roy Evan.
Merrick, Clarke Emtl Becker.
Scotts Bluff, Mitchell Jamea T. White-
heal1, WEEK OF SEPT. IB to JO.
Buffalo. Kearney A. B. Berblg.
Butler, David City W. H. McCaffln.
' Dodge, Hooper A. M. Hiuman.
Harlan, Alma C. E. Alter.
Holt, Chamber J. W. Holden.
Kimball, Kimball W. C. Calvert.
Nurkoll, Nelson George) Jackson.
Jefferson, Falrbury O. R. Jone.
WEEK of SEPT. ii TO 27.
Clay, Clay Center R. A. Byrkltt ,
Gage, Beatrice H. V. Rlesen. ,
' Hay. Haye Center C. A. Ready.
Howard, St. Paul C. E. Lef twlch.
Lincoln. North Platte R. D. Blrg.
Blunder, Wahoo-r-Henry Pickett.
Seward, Seward Fred W. MIckeL
WEEK OF SEPT. 29 TO OCT. 4.
Red Willow, Indianola William Plourd.
Pawnee, Pawnee D. W. Osborn.
v.iiw rtrd w n Loaraett.
Frontier district. Maywood R. C. Nor-
rilTork, Tork Georg W. Schreck.
Retail Grocers Show
. at State Food Probe
Lincoln, jAug. ' 29. Retail grocers
of the city appeared at the state
food : probe Friday loaded down
with .invoices of goods purchased
of Grainger Bros, and Stacey Bros.,
which showed that for the past three
years, prices on good 6old'ta re
tailers by both of these firms wen
identically the same. Ihe prices
were identical in most instances
down to the fraction of a cent.
Those who testified were H. L.
Dalton, J. W. Moore, W. J. Byer
and George Bauer. Byer said that
he occasionally purchased goods
from a small firm known as Dem
ma Bros, which purchased its goods
partly in Umaha, but they were un
able to furnish goods he wanted all
the time. Mr. Byer said that he had
purchased oranges on one day of
Demma Bros, at $6.40 a crate.
Grainger and Stacey's price was $7.
Grocers testified that they tried to
do business on a gross profit of 25
per cent on the selling price.
Omaha Red Cross Worker
Writes of Werk in France
Lincoln, -Aug. 29. A postal card
was received today by Secretary
Johnson of the state board of cor
rections from Dr. F. A. Sedlacek
of Omaha, member of the state
board of pardons. He enlisted in
Red Cross work about two years
ago. The card was written from
Brest, France, and read:
"We are now disembarking with
our 1918 Czech invalid soldiers to
the number of 1,908 and hope to be
on our way overland soon.
Report on Canadian
Food Probe Received
Lincoln, Aug. 29. Secretary of
Agriculture Stuhr received Friday
copies of the report on the food in
vestigation by a committee selected
from the Parliament at Ottawa,
Canada. The hearing took place in
the House of Commons and the pro
ceedings covered several thousand
Pershing to Be Witness In
French War Investigation
Paris, Aug 29. General Pershing
will be examined tomorrow by the
war expenditures committee of con
gress. It is understood that in ad
dition to questions, of a general
character regarding the disposition
of surplus stocks, he will be asked
about attacks made on the Germans
by American troops the day after
the armistice was signed and other
features of military operation.
English Fleet Attacks
i Naval Base of Soviets
London, Aug. 29. A heavy bom
bardment lasting two hours, was
heard in Viborg, Finland, on August
27, in the direction of Kronstadt, the
bolshevik naval base near Petrograd,
says a Helsingfors message today.
It is supposed that British naval and
air forces were engaged, t,, v
27 Pilots Finish.
.'Mineola.'N. Y., Aug. 29. Twenty:
seven aviators had finished in the
Toronto-New York aerial derby
this morning. Nine others were ex
pected to finish today. Fifty-seven,
planes were entered and 52 started.
Sixteen were slightly damaged.
House Refused Copy of
: Report in Mooney Case
Washington, Aug. 29. On the
ground that publication of such in
formation would be incompatible
with the public interest. Secretary
Wilson today refused to furnish the
house, a report on) the present ac
tivities of, the labor department in
the case of Thomas J. Mooney, who
is serving a life sentence after con
viction in connection with the pre
paredness day bomb explosion in
San Francisco in 1916. The report
was requested in a resolution of
fered by Representative v Blanton
In reply to a question about de
partment activities since Mooney's
sentence was commuted to life im
prisonment, the secretary said in
vestigations of alien anarchis.ts
"have developed clews that lead to
the Mooney case," and that these
inquiries were being continued. He
refused, however, to disclose the
information thus tar obtained. "
SENATE CONFIRMS PALMER.
Washington, Aug. 29. In an exec
utive session which lasted two hours
and a half the senate Friday night,
without a record vote, confirmed the
nomination of A. Mitchell Palmer
to be attorney general.
QUENCHES PERSISTENT THIRST
Hartford' Acid PhoephaU
tn any drink makes it mora satisfying
cts a wholesome stimulant and tonic.
. .. - snarsexwiw ws m w w v
are being, shown in
satin, taffeta, faille,
peau de cgyne and
peau de soie. All fall
numbers are complete,
and offer the best qual
ities in black silks at
the cost of more ordi
nary sorts. Haskells
have been sold exclu
sively by Thompson-
. Belden for over thirty
years. $3 to $5 a yard.
Perhaps you are one of
the many who have
been waiting for the
new patterns to arrive.
If so, we invite you to
see them. The styles
are decidedly different
from those, of former
seasons, n,, sik suP
for School Days
Initialed styles of pure
linen, 25c, 35c and 60c.
I Hand-embroidered, all
linen handkerchiefs, 35c
Very fine plain linen, 25c
Dainty lawn 'kerchiefs,
5c, 10c and 15c
The Last of the
ette dresses in light
colors, all small
sizes 16, 18 and 36
up to $39.50. Sat
Only fourteen remain,-
all in small
sizes, but they are
voiles and organdies
in d a i n t y shades.
Regularly priced up
to $15, Saturday
serges and twills, in
navy blue and tans.
Regularly prieed up
to $39.50, Saturday,
for $9.95 '
satins, crepe de
serges and satins,
in light colors, reg
ularly priced up to
These fine white
skirts will interest
the stout woman
who is hard to fit.
Forty-six skirts, all
in large sizes,beau
tifully tailored and
priced up to $6.50.'
Doilies for 30c
These are six inches
square, with a quarter
inch hem. Hand Mosaic
work in one corner (sev
eral designs). Specially
, priced '(Saturday, 30c ,
A tortoise shell frame is
a feature of a panne vel
vet bagwhich comes in
black, navy and brown.
The prices are $9, $18
Navy, taupe and black
bags with Dutch silver
tops, are $8 and $12
A very attractive small
bag with a velvet cov
ered frame comes in
navy and brown and is
priced only $4.
All broken lines Till be dis
posed of Saturday) at a most
advantageous saving. Patent
leather, fyd wtf lan calf
"pumps which can be worn
r later with spats. Specially)
priced for Saturday.
$6.85 a Pair
Spats are Priced from $3 to $5 a Pair.
of the Finest
France has sent Trcfousse
gloves to meet the exacting
demands of fashion. One
particularly pleasing style is
. the pique-sewn tyd in
brown, navy, black, gray,
pastel, while and black
the backs embroidered or
finished with Paris point
stitching. Here exclusive
ly in Omaha. Priced at
$3.75, $4 and $4 J 5.
Every pair expertly fitted.
For general wear the wash
able leathers and fabrics
find fav6r. They are ihown
in grays, beavers and tan.
An imported Spanish
soap, which sells regu
larly for $1 a box, and
of which only a limited
quantity remains, is
priced for Saturday,
39c a box
) 3 Cakes in a box.
Facts That Distinguish
New Offices of
Home Builders, Inc.
The stability of Home Builders
is shown by the fact that it has
paid its dividends with unfailing:
regularity on January 1st and July
1st of each year, because the in
terest collectable on Home Build
ers' real estate mortgages is suf
ficient to pay dividends, exclusive
of any oth.er Income.
We have a separate department
for the proper handling of all
kinds of bandings. . See us on
your construction problem WE
' , Pays 6 Per Cent
American 8eeurlty Company,
G. A. Rohrbough, Pres.
C. C. Shimer, 8ee'y.
will heal that disfiguring rash.
eo you can wear ttus aress
'I know, because I have used It, and
found that it stopped the smarting iiid
itching when I made the first appl ca
tion, and in a short time the erup ion
was gone. I used Resinol Soap wti .1 it
and it quickened the action of Remol
Ointment. You can .g
' your druggist. , (
'While On Vacation
. Kp In touch with ham and offlc.
offers this ervic for $80.00 (With
trvlln; es). Weisb popnds.
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