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Exclusive Embroidered Voiles
You will have trouble finding anything more
lovely than these embroidered voiles from
abroad. Pink, light blue, helio, white, and
black, with rare and beautiful embroidered
side-bands. They are the season's most beau
tiful fabrics. See display in Sixteenth street
$15 to $20 a Pattern, Main Floor,
Imported French Percales
The French call it "madapolan." It's a
plain cotton weave, but of the finest texture,
firm, yet soft and pliable.
White ground with printed designs, so clean
cut and perfect that you wonder how simple
little figures or stripes can be so pretty.
Two Grades, 25c and 35c a yard. Basement
Crepe Kimonos
and Negligees
has recently
A delightful
ment of these
A necessity for Sum
mer wear, particularly
when the prices are so
values, 95c,
$1.65. $1.85, $1.95,
$2.15 and upwards.
Second Floor.
The Store for
Shirt Waists
Handsome Cotton
and Linen Dresses
Made to Your
Special Measure
Just as carefully as we
plan our woolen suits,
do we plan those of
linen or cotton. Dress
Goods Departmant for
further information.
Infants9 Wear
Third Floor
Infants' long slips,
gowns and skirts, fine
soft nainsook, 50c, 65c
and 75c.
Infants' hand made
slips, gowns, skirts and
dresses, $1.65, $2, $2.25
to $6.
Infants' hand made
caps, daintily embroid
ered, $1.50, $2, $2.50;
$3 and $4.50.
Women 's Underwear
Fmr Summer
Gauze Vests, 1 o w
neck sleeveless, 15c.
Arnold Pants, extra
r mr jrfc wide mesh weave, 60c.
Beautiful New Display outsize, 7k.
Gauze Union Suits,
()f low neck, no sleeves,
fitted or umbrella knee,
Gauze Lisle Union
Suits, low neck, fitted
knee, made by Kayser,
$1.25 a Suit.
You Will Find
Sorosis Shoes
at This Store
Delegates from. Four Branches Meet
for Joint Session.
Home find Foreign Missionary Move
ment nnt Theolnalcnl lent
Inarles Will Dp IM-cnimed.
Summer Millinery
At the Very Lowest Prices
ATLANTA, Oa., May 14. Several Im
portant conference today occupied the
attention of delegates of the Northern,
Southern, United and Associated Reform
Presbyterian churches who arc here for
a Joint assembly which will convene to
morrow. Among subjects considered
were the laymen's missionary movement.
home and foreign missions and theo
logical seminaries.
The majority of tho 1,500 delegates
scheduled io attend the assembly, which
will continue ten days, had reached At
lanta at noon. One of the topics that In
terested them was a proposal for a
union of the four denominations. H was
understood such a proposition would be
presented to the assembly.
Lathrrnns nt Atchison,
ATCHISON, Kan., May 14. The forty-
fifth biennial convention of the general
synod of the Lutheran church opened
here today with delegates from many
states attending. The rapid growth of the
Lutheran church, said now to have a
world membership of 70,000,000, and means
to sustain this growth were topics
touched upon by speakers. The Rev.
Junius B. Remensnydcr, president of the
synod, was to preach the synodlclal ser
mon late today.
McKeynolds Takes
Up Wanamaker Case
WASHINGTON, May 14,-Attorney
General McReynoIds neurly has finished
Investigating the John Wanamaker cus
toms case and will decide in a few days
If any evidence has been disclosed to
present to a federal grand Jury.
In the closing days of the Taft admin
Istratlon Mr. Wanamaker paid 1100,000 to
the treasury to settle civil liability for
Irregularities in assessing duties on Im
ports over a pcrloa of about fifteen
years. A minor employe In the Philadel
phia customs house was permitted to
resign, with the explanation that he had
been careless.
Borne treasury officials said Wana
maker had paid to tho government more
than It could have recovered by civil
action. Secretary McAdoo when he took
office asked the attorney general to find
If there was any evidence of intent to
defraud the government
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Traction Traffic in Queen City 'is
Practically Suspended.
Three Heavily Guarded Cars Are
nan Over Avondale Line, bat
They Do Not Curry
i.rea of the Church house in Dean's
yard, WestmUtcr rfibbeyr created a sen
sation until the police proved Its harm-lessneis.
(Continued from Page One.)
There was also a post cord bearing the
words: "We hope this la not a poor
widow houke"
Cause Loses Supporters.
Striking evidence of the extensive op
erations of militant auffrngottcs and the
bad effect on the women's cause of the
outrages committed by them, was given
today qn tho resumption of the hearing
at tho Dow street police court or mo
charges against suffragette leaders. They
aro charged with infringement on tho
malicious damage to property act.
Those who occupied the pr! toners' en
closure were Miss Harriet Rebecca Kerr,
Miss' Agnes Lake, Miss Rachel Barrett.
Miss Beatrice Saunders, Wss Annie
Kenny. Mlis Laura Lennox and the
chemist. Clayton. The rose against
"General" Mrs. Flora Drummond was
postponed until July owing to her Illness.
Letter carriers and postotflce officials
testified as to the great damage done the
malls by chemicals and other fluids
poured intd the letter boxes.
The former business manager of the
Suffragette testified regarding the re
sponsibility of the various prisoners for
the different departments of that news
oaoeh He paid his services were dis
pense -with by the militant society be
cause Mrs. Emmellno Pankhurst thought
It belttr that only women should con
duct tho paper.
Circulation Decreases.
Aa to tho loss of circulation by the
Suffragette after the militant acts had
been .committed, the witness wld that at
first 80,00d copies were printed, but the
eales were only 17.000.. Tho circulation
then dropped to 7,600, but 3.000 copies were
circulated In other ways. Just before
last Christmas he told Mrs. Pankhurst
that this falling off was due to the let
ter box raids, but she shrugged her
shoulders and said that that could not be
possible because when the women weru
most militant they were most successful.
Cannot Truce Funds. !
Archibald Bodkin, counsel for the '
treasury, attempted to elicit from the ac- I
countant who a'udlted the bcoks of the
Women's Boclal and Political union, '
what became of the so-called seeret
service fund of Jl.SO.00O which the news
paper, the Suffragette, announced $900,000 j
had been raised. The accountant, how
ever, was unable to throfv any Mtht on
the subject The prisoners smiled
broadly at the attorney's futile efforts
to get onto the track of their funds.
The accountant produced the salary
book of the union, from which It ap
peared that the salaries of the leaders ot
the militant movement were not prlrtcely. ,
Miss Annie Kenny received Wl weekly; ,
"General" Mrs. Flora Drummond and
Mistf Harriet Rebecca Kerr, 117.50; Mrs.
Beatrice, Saunders and Miss Rachel Bar
rett, tlfi. and Miss Laura Lnnox, (10.
Miss Chr Jtabel panxnursi, wno is v. . ,
Jng In Paris, drew $S75 In the last few J 1
Last Inhabitant
Leaves Carbon, Wyo,
RAWLINS, Wyo., May K-Mrs. Mary
Vest, for tho' last year the only dweller
th'the deserted town of Carbori, once a
prosperous coal camp boasting 1,600 popu
lation, was brought to the county hospi
tal hero today. She was found yesterday
in a critical condition from starvation,
having been helpless from Illness since
May 1 Beside the woman, when she
was found was an aged colllo dog,
which sho said hod not left the room
since his mistress fell ill.
Avery, Clyde L. Babcock, Daniel M.
Heal, Harvey C. Bennett, George F.
Beyer, WesKy B. Burroughs, Frederick
W. Clarke, Ralph S. Drury, Harry T.
Eastman, George E. Rowe, Florence. 8.
Smith, William L. Unrlcker; Mllllcent
North Platte Man
Sues for $15,000
NORTH PLATTE, Teb.r May 14.-(8pe-
clal.) Arvld Norgreen filed suit In dis
trict court here yesterday against Harry
Dixon, asking 115,000 damages for per
sonal Injuries. The complaint alleges
that the plaintiff was permanently In
jured when He was struck by an automo
bile driven by tho defendant.
Saturday evening ' white Mr, Dixon's
daughter, Mlsa Harriett Dixon, was driv
ing an automobile, Mr. E. W. Warner
was run over and sustained serious In
juries, consisting of a sprained back,
bruised arm, dislocated carnal bones of
tho foot and cuts about the head and
face. The foot was put In a plaster cast
and Mr. Warner will be confined to the
house for several weeks.
tlon as to his having violated the Mann
art. .
According to the detectives Mahoney
has served a sentence at St. Joseph, Mo.,
for being a professional cadet.. The
reason for his being held by the Omaha
police Is because it Is alleged that he
brought a girl, Nellie Phllbert, to Omaha
from St. Joseph for' Immoral purposes.
Tho Phllbert girl is the sister of Charles
Phllbert. ex-convlct. now serving a sen
tence for robbery at the Nebraska state
Protest Against
"Tap Day" at Yale
NEW HAVEN. Conn., May It Yale's
historical "tap day" exercises will be
held on the campus tomorrow afternoon.
As a result of protest against tho public
selection, of members of the senior secret
societies by tapping them, the freshmen
and sophomores have voted not to at
tend the exercises and the members of
the faculty have planned 'to hold their
annual tea on tho forestry school
grounds, a mile from the campus, at the
CINCINNATI, O., May H.-Wlth only
three cars operating, and these escorted
by a heavy police guard over their entire
route, the strike of tho street car em.
ploycs of the Cincinnati Traction com'
pany today gave every evidence of set'
tllng Into a long 'selge. No efforts were
made by the strikers or their sympathlz
era this morning to interfere with the
three Avondale line cars that left their
barn at 9 o'clock hemmed in all sides by
mounted policemen and preceded and
followed by polico automobiles filled
with officers. The cars operated slowly
and carried no passengers other than the
men placed upon them by the company.
Mayor Hunt said that during the day
other cars would probably be put out on
the different lines and that they would
be afforded full police protection.
No word came from the strikers' head
quarters concerning future action.
Aged Man Kills Wife
and Commits Suicide
RPOR.TA. Wis.. May !. Because of
family trouble which grew out of dis
putes over property, William Hogue,
niiau ,v j o, " - . ,
killed his wife with A stove poker, shot
his daughter, Mrs. Guy Wilson, three
times with a revolver, seriously wounded
his son-in-law with two shots from the
same weapon and then committed sul
Iclde by cutting his throat with a razor.
Mrs. Wilson Is dying. Her husband may
Spring Time Is
Blood Cleaning lime
Wonderful How Quickly Your Entire Srra
Awken Wnen the Blood it CJeuued.
S. S. S.
lUd Yon of
All Blood
If you are down with rheurrfatlsm;
If you sneeie, feel chilled, are choked
with catarrh, have a cough, or yout
skin Is pimpled and Irritated with
rash, eczema, or any other blood dis
order, Just remember that almost all
the tils of llfo come from Impure
blood. And you can easily give your
blood a good, thorough cleansing, a
bath, by using 8. S. S. There is no
need for anyone to be despondent over
the Illness of blood Impurities. No
matter how badly they attack the sys
tem, or how unsightly becomes the
skin. Just remember there Is one in
gredient in S. S. S. that so stimulates
the cellular tissues throughout the
body that each part selects Its own
essential nutriment from the blood.
This means that all decay, all break
ing down of the tissues. Is checked and
repair-work begins. 8. S. S. has such
a specific Influence on all local cells as
to preserve their mutual welfare and
afford a proper relative assistance to
each other. More attention is being1
given to constructive medicine than
ever before and 8. B. S. Is the highest
achievement in this line. For many
years people relied upon mercury.
Iodide of potash, arsenic, "physics,"
cathartics and "dope" as remedies for
blood sickness, but now the pure,
vegetable B. 8. S. is their safeguard.
You can get S. a S. in any drugr
store, but Insist upon having it. And
you should take no chance by per
mitting anyone ,to recommend a sub
stitute. And If your blood condition
Is such that, you would like to con
sult a specialist freely and confiden
tially, address the Medical Dept. The
Bwlft Specific Company, 137 Swift
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Try B. & D. Roach Powder
Absolutely Guaranteed Kevsr rails
Now Before It Is Too Late
91.00 Per Pound 0 Pounds for 95.00
David Feblowitz,
SIS Georgia Avenue. Omaha, Heb,
Telephone Barney 0368.
URBANA, III.. May H.-(Speclat.)-Thn
University of Illinois has Just Issued a
bulky alumni record. The record Is
the university "Who's Who," and con
tains biographical sketches of over 0,600
faculty members, alumni and trustees.
There are 5.831 alumni of tho university
and tho "geographical distribution sec
tlon" shows that these are located In
alt parts of the world. There are fifty l. e, Mahoney, arrested last night at
eight In Massachusetts, 1C0 In New York, ,the Savoy hotel by Detectives Murphy
and MS In foreign countries. , nnd Fleming, was booked at the station
The book lists the following as living as a vagrant, but Is being held for the
In Omaha: John O. Applequlit, Kittle C federal authorities pending an Investlga-
YORK. Neb., May 14. At the home of
the bride's parents, near this city, Miss
Neva M. Cunningham and Fred Ward
of Beatrice were united In marriage
Rev. T. F. B. Smith, pastor of the Pres.
byterlan church, officiated.
HELIGOLAND. Germany, May H. Four
German bluejackets were killed and
three others seriously Injured today by
the explosion of a high-pressure cylinder
In the engine room of torpedo boat B-H8,
while the vessel was participating In
maneuvers near here. The torpedo boat
flotillas returned to Heligoland with their
flags flying at half mast and landed the
Injured fcr treatment at the naval hos-
I pltaL
WASHINGTON, May 14. President
Wilson has set apart a large tract of
land In Arkansas for use by tho Depart
ment of Agriculture as a resort, and
breeding grounds for native birds. The
tract Is to be known as Walter Lake
reservation. The new reservation com
prises two islands in Walker's lake, Mis
sissippi county, northeastern Arkansas.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
Three Drown at Wlnton, Minn.
WINTON. Minn.. May 14.-G. P. Tlaney,
A. Burnnen and Victor Burllte, employes
of local saw mills, were drowned In Fall
lake late last night. The three men left
here In a gasoline launch for the head
of the lake, a distance of about six
miles, wnere they purposed to tun. To
day their overturned boat was round.
China Retnrns Thnnka.
WASHINGTON. May 14. A cable from
Shan 81 provincial assembly of China, ex
pressing the thanks to the United States
for Its recognition of the new republic-
of China was read today in tne senate.
Filmier Is Reported Worse
WEST PALM BEACH. Fla.. March 14.
Ttertorts from the bedside of Henry M.
Flagler said the capitalist was unable to
take nourlsnment today.
King of Credit Clothing Men
He has lifted the "all cash1' burdens
from the shoulders of thousands he
takes you from the ranks of poorly
dressed folks and puts you into the modernly at
tired cluss. Ho knows tho deairos of tho great masses; ho
knows their incomes, and ho places, America's best styled
clothes at tho disposal of Man, Woman and Child, at only
$1.00 per week.
Everything a Man Wears
Men' Sulu at from 4SS.00 down to as I OCQ
Boy Make Bojnts Bombs.
School boys are helping the militant
suffragettes. In their relpn of terror.
Several "bombs" found yesterday and to
day, which on examination turned out
to be dummies, have been traced to the
X "bdmV. found this afternoon In the
low as -
Men's Ilalncoata at from 115.00 down to E QQ
low km only.... VUIWV
Men's Hats priced at from J4.80 down
to as low as only
Men'a Shoes priced at from 1 5. BO down J CA
to. a pair, only t'""
Boya' Two-piece Suits at from t.T6 down t4 CQ
to as low as aiW
Youths' Three-piece Bulta at lls.00 and CQ
then as low as ,., ,
Beys' Shoes priced at from Jl 76 down to I 7 C
a low aa. nalr ... !
$1.00 PER WKEK
Everything Woman Waar
Ladles' Suits at from US.00 down to as low as 2,50
Lacltea Cca U "at' $.Vo" do'wn to ai io w ai" $ 7 1 5 0
LadW SKIrti at from VlsVsV down to as Vow" "as C CQ
only ...,. W w w w
Ladles' Waists at from JS.69 down to aa low as ( QQ
La'a'fehVlnVoaUM'from MtOO dVwn'to as Iow'ao I CQ
only wiiww
Ladles' Corsets at from IU.00 down to as low as g g gQ
La!d7eai Ha'tV at from 1 6. 0 V d 1 own to tewVV'" $3,50
L"ttle,lrls',Coats"at'fWm'ii'O do to aa iow'aa 1 CQ
ofcly w
BEDDEO CLOTHING CO., 1417 Douglas St.
lovers will have a rare
treat in store for them
Monday Evening, May 19th.
In the Sacred Heart Benefit
Piano Recital
Mr. Max Landow giving the recital for the bene
fit of the Sacred Heart Convent at Brandeis Theater
Monday evening, May 19th, using
The Bechstein Piano
in which is presented tho highest art in piano con
struction and tone quality. You should not fail to
hear Mr. Lnndow and the Bechstein.
An Importation of these Instruments bus Just been made
by Hayden Brothers from Berlin, Germany the first to bo
brought to Omaha. x
In the musical world the Bechstein stands among pianos
as a Strad or Cremona among violins. Wo are exclusive sell
ing agents in this territory. Let us talk the merits of this
splendid Instruments with you soon.
flenches Farmers nnd Stockmen.
Soled Oxfords
This is tho oxford
that will bo popular
with O in all a ' s well
well dressed young men
Hhis summer. EusBia
calf, rubber soles and
heels, with leather too
Straight lace English
last $5.00
Spring heel . . . .$4.50
1419 Farnam
Ttrns. "Lovmo snraBTS."
i gats on Sals Today.
ICaL svory dT. OllB. Bvsry nls-Ut, BUS.
X.t Wssk or tns ssason
Tb B"rn W1U." WnJ Vl.ker. Wolptrt
loo-. TlMn MoUoo Picture. Prlci. M.ll
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ud Sunar NU-oc w. ik.
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Tabloid Mu!cl Comedy
vuf gZ Matins 4oday, 3:30
rVtVUVJ Wlg-ht, 8:30
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