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Sell Doag. ll niFTI In. A-1M1 Wash Materials Washable Dresses Of first importance in Wash Fabrics is their capacity to be washed repeatedly without imparing the original appearance. We are very careful in selecting wash goods only from manufacturers that have established a reputation for fast colored wash fabrics, so you'll take no chance when you buy wash materials from us. Ginghams, at, per var1..10e, 11 Me, 16c, tOc and 25c Linen finished Suiting, yard.. 10c, 16c 18c and 25C Linen Suiting!, at, per yard.. 15c, SOc 8 Be and 40o Poplins, at, per yard. .... .18c. 26c, 36c 46c and 7Cc Batistes at. per yard i .... IJ He, 16c and 18c Rel Irish Dimities, at, per yard J5c Egyptian Tissues, at, per yard 26c ' Serpentine Crepes, at, per yard ;..,.18c Imported French Foulards, at, per yard.. 40c and 45c MercerUed Pongee, at, per yard 16c, 18c and 25c m m - saw- m FWtrat rxntrcTVpexI Silk GJkyre-SO wp Every pair ooatahoe a Kaveors are made ( pmm stth a weave that wears Ilia ttvm. TVay Bare the pateat tip, the gTaarnattai and the lit is perfection. Oars hava "Eayaer" la the ham. Kayser's 16-Button Lengm Silk Gloves In black, white, nary, brown, tan. pongee and gray, per pair... $1.50 Thinkof This Styles are different hand som Man-Tailored Skirts to your spsclal msasure Individuality and exclueiveness in fabrics and style of skirts have been the most potent factor in bringing to this store women who appreciate the advantage of selecting their goods 'and having their skirts mnn-tailored to their special measure. l- SPECIAL We also make petticoats of any material you may choose to your special measure. Pretty Silks-Exclusive Quality Monday Every woman interested in silk for a dress, a silk coat, a silk waist of Rajah, Shantung, Pongee (the genuine im ported ill ailk), Foulards, the kind that will not spot with water; we have them.' Every silk is of the utmost desir abilitynothing off in style, color or kinds here. j t v - Women's Suede Milanese lisle i fiV thread 01oves 5001 750 ftnd $1'00 gala square values, at, per pair 25c Sale Hand Embroidered Waist Patterns at Just One-half Price Monday morning we will place on special sale all at one-half price. Five $4.00 Embroidered Waist' Patterns, Monday's , price, each 82.00 One 84.60 Embroidered Waist pattern, Monday's price, each 81.26 Six 86.00 Embroidered Waist patterns, Monday's price, each . .IS. 00 One 18.76 Embroidered Waist pattern, Mdnday's price, at 18.38 our Fine French Hand Embroidered Waist Patterns i Three $7.60 Embroidered Waist patterns, Monday's price, each $8.75 Two $10.00 Embroidered French Crepe Waist pat terns, Monday's price, each $5.00 Three $20.00 Embroidered French Crepe Waist pat terns, Monday's price, each .' ..$10.00 One $16.00 Embroidered French Crepe Waist pattern, Monday's Jrlce $7.50 Special sale White Goods In oar Economy Bnaotnent. Remnants White Goods 1 cae 15c, 10c and Ilo Mo dres. Checked Lawns, Walatlnga, Caahlne Wanting, India Lawns. Tour choice Monday, at, per yard.. So Special Sale French Crepes All our $1.60 French Crepes in Monday's sale, per yard . . . 60c Colors Pink, blue, lavender and white. . RESTING ROOMS AND MANICURING, THIRD FLOOR. . HAIR GOODS DEPARTMENT THIRD FLOOR. Bee. --'. QUEER STUNT BY COWNIE Chairman of Iowa Board of Control is Placed In Pecnlifcr Light. Ma BROUGHT IN DISEASED CATTLE Central Commercial feather Bleet Officer urn I1de. to Hold Neat Coaveation la Omaha. PES MOINK9. la.. June a Special Tele gram.) Tents of the cattle herd at the tate Institution have disclosed the fact that the atate 'txard of control, through Its chairman. John Connie, has ben Ship- ..til. ih. ft t t A frrtrt tMS uirr.m u v b i w r mi" - ottfer states and plaolng them In the herds at the atate Institutions. Ho. IT, u. M. Talbott. assistant state veterinarian, de clare today. Doctor Talbott la now engaged In repre senting the state veterinary department In testing the cattle In the state herds. Thua far he has found bad conditions at Inde pendence and Mt. Pleasant, where the herds were left free from tubercular cat tle ykst year. Today Dr. Talbott called up chairman Cownle ever the telephone and told him that In Ms opinion diseased cattle shipped In from other states are responsible for this nnlitlnn. He also Invited chairman Cownle to go wtth him next week to Cedar Rapids, whera fifty-one choice animals from the Independence herd of etghty-nfn are to be alaughtered because the testa show they have tuberculosa Of these fifty-one to be killed, twenty-three are from two ear lnada of forty-four animals shipped In By. Mr. Cownle from New York without notifying the state veterinarian, Doctor Talbott says, for several months there have been die- agreements between the atate veterinary department and chairman Cownie relative tn the test for tuberculosis. Chairman Cownle has claimed that Dr. Talbotfe teats have not been reliable. To thla Dr. lai bott replied that the slaughtering of the animals which have responded to teat, have shown i they were diseased. Commercial Teachers bonrentlon. The Central Commercial Teachers' asso ciation closed Ita convention today by elec tion tTofficere for the comma: year ana selected C-mahe as meeting plsce for next year. Milwaukee, Chicago and Waterloo were candidates against Omaha. The fol lowing of tloara - were elected: President, H. B. Reed, Peoria, III.; vice president, Geo. E. King. Cedar Rapids, la.; secretary, Miss Lena Vogt, Cedar Rapids; treasurer, C. W. Hansom, Kansas City; chairman ex ecutive board. H. B. Boyle, Omaha. In the typewriting and shorthand con test. Miss Elsie Carlson of Oalesburg, 111., was the winner of the trophy. Her aver age was HV. worda a minute, she having taken' fifteen minutes dictation and fifteen minutes typewriting with only 35 errors In dictation and B errors In typewriting. In that time aha took 833 words at dictation and 88 words typewriting. Those given ku. mantlnn were Emma Kler, Da- venport; May Hoffman, aterloo; Nina Wil cox, Waterloo; Margaret uuow, Moines. hiherel.Mwm wm wm wmw wm win Three-Story Fall May Be Fatal George Eichtcr of Grand Wand Badly Hart When Scaffold GiTei Way. GRAND ISLAND, Neb... June -(Special Telwgrem.) Ui-orge Rlchter, aged 1 the support of his wlCowed mother .fell from the third story of the new annex being built ti Donald Porter company's wholerale hou.e, to the basement through three sets of heavy Joists, snd Is not ex pected to survive the day. Among the other Injuries received the skull Is crushed no doubt by striking upon one of the hfty breams on the floor below. He had Jumped from a height of five feet upon a scaffold ing and this, from the sudden Impact, gave way. He had workrd as an apprentice at masonry about one ear. The distance o( the fall was sixty feet SPECIFIC RATES ON COTTON GOODS (Continued from First IJnge ) not get reliable Information, he declared, ono thing must be apparent there would ho i':nie changes In the Treasury depart ment. , "Either," suggested Mr. Tillman, "the senator from Rhode Island bambootled us last night, or .the senator from low l bambooxllng us now." Daty for Merrerlsatlon. ' Stating that he had an offer made to a merchant by a manufacturer to furnish a certain grade of cotton goods at S cents unraercerlxed and cents mercerised, Mr. Dolllver criticised as excessive the proposi tion to allow a duty of 1 cent a yard for mercerlsatlon. Mr. Beverldge, calling attention to the absence of members of the finance com mittee when these Important statements were made, Mr. Dolllver retorted that he had hoped to have them present. "Now," he said, "I do not give 14 cents a yard whether the committee Is here or not. I Intend to tell the truth whether they are present or absent" He concluded his remarks by declaring that he waa entirely friendly to the policy ofprotectlon and wanted to frame a bill that would make friends for that policy throughout the country. WOMAN DRAWS A POSTOFFICEJ Mies M. B. Keolmaan Postmaster at Silver Creek Kearney Ceaafr Oats New Boats. . WASHINGTON. June 4, (Special Tele-gram.)-Rurat route No. t la ordered estab lished August 1 at Wilcox, Kearney county, Nebraska, serving eighty-five families. Rural carriers appointed: Iowa Botna. route 1, Lumen D. Mlsnar, carrier; Fred Nallla, substitute. Carroll, routi , Byron V. Tork, terrier; Resa York, Substitute. Defiance, route L Frank E. Perry, carrier; C. R. Fratler, substitute. Booth Dakota (Vinfred, route S. Wn A. CornweU, carrier; Leslie Oonyo, substitute. Postmasters appointed: Nebraska Cedar 1 Creek, Casa county, Miaa M. E. Kaufmann, vice. A. O. Ault, resigned; Olen, 6loux county, George E. Hewkes, vice J. C. Mad sen, resigned. Iowa Pacific Junction, Mills county, Charles F. Haynla. vice W. K. Haynle, resigned. South Dakota Allen, Woahabough county, Ramaay Watklna, vice R. O. Pugh, resigned; Grindstone, Stal ley county, William. E. Thorp, vice Mis B. E. Kennedy, resigned. Oeorge C. Watera of Lincoln, Charles Frltts of Lincoln, Fred H. Ossanhop of Louisville, C. A. Kujeth of Grand Island, H. 1. Homans of Elkhom, Sherman Cum mlng of Fremont, W. J. Ooeesb. of Edgar, 3. O. Fulten of Rlverton, William J. Knapp of Wahoo and 'E. E. Hertwell of Clarks, Neb., have been appointed railway mall Clerks. Postofflcea at Morrill, Neb., and Dallas, S. D., Veoome presidential offices July 1, wtth salaries of (1,101 and tl.TOO, respectively. STATUS OF THE B. & 0. STRIKE Maehjalate aad Hsalyera ear Ther An Pleaaed With Fraajraaa Made. BALTIMORE. Md., June 4. -Tonight both aides are apparently entirely - satisfied with the strike conditions la ins shops along the line ot the Baltimore and Ohio, inaugurated in protest against the Intro duction of the piece wbrk system. Rail road officials admit that the strike has extended to the shops at Bast Philadelphia and Keyssr, W. Va. The strikers claim that all the men are out at Conneilsvllia, Newark. O., New Castle - Junction and Parkersburg. While figures of the company Indicate that only a part ot the men have oult at these placee. The men have ad vices that 111 are out at Pittsburg, 41 at Auburn. Ind., and that all walked out at Wheeling. On the part of the men the statement la asked te be made that ap prentices who have quit work have done so of thslr own volition, the strike order not affecting them. It Is also claimed bv the man that tlnere are only too machinists in the railroad shops and that practically every one haa stopped work. The com pany's statement Is that the number of machinists Is much larger. The company Is filling vacancies as fast as they occur. OWNED MAMMOTH CAVE ROAD E. H. Meats, Who Operated Seven Mile System In Kentaeky, is Dead. GLASGOW JUNCTION, Ky., June fc B. H. Ments, aged M years, general man ager of the Mammoth Cave railway, died today. Mr. .Ments'a railroad was the only line to Mammoth Cava and was patronised by people from all parts of the world, who came te see the wonders of the subter ranean - cavern. The visitors seldom. If ever, demurred to the rate of $1 for the evert mile trip from Glasgow Junction to the oave and the aame amount for the re turn, nor did they object to making the lourtiey behind a "dlnkav" ensina In eld fashioned open coaches about the else of an ordinary street car. The high fare charged by the line was brought to the attention of the legislature at Frankfort, Ky., several times, but no action waa ever taken. Mr. . Ments's acquaintances, as a result f "illi-oad affiliations here, were world-wide. j j:liHC?J31I iiu......;.:iin..iKkiiiiiAi3mii.,; Sale of broken lines of Ladies' Low II Shoes and Oxfords-finest $4 and uirca iv yu iuiuuituyv ii. pan , "broken lines," yej but SUCH high class shoes; SUCH opportunities for those who DO find their sizes. About 250 pairs are concerned in this selling; the remainders of THIS spring's BEST Mllers otherwise the lines would not be broken lines NOW. But we are confident that ALL sires (2s to 7s) in ALL widths, are SOMEWHERE among the lot. Every ehoe in the array is a NEW YORK MADE shoe admittedly forerunners on style: assuredly leaders on X a a rTT k t Tfrr 1 --you'll find tans, dull leathers, patent leathers and others you'll find shoes high grade enough; classy enough and recent enough to go with the FINEST " frock you possess. And DON'T for a moment forget the values they're all. $4.00 and $5.00 shoes mostly $5.00. Now then for final advice be here EARLY tomorrow. - tho ontiro lot on ono special table. -f iDjjjMJlilB Til Y0UK0 rCOPin owm aroa-c Send for a New Sprinjjj . v.ataios wa-1317 Dou4tA3 Street Omaha-Net. Piclorlal Review Patterns Here Only High School Bank Voted Success Sirty-Six Pupil of Btrstford Have Saved two Hundred and ltj Dollars in a Tear. wtensTtrn ciTT. la. June I. (Spe cial.) Btratfcrd, which haa the proud dtrtinition of having the onif real nign school txr.k in the state of Iowa, If not, indeed in all the United States, has de cided vo continue the work of the Dana through the summer months. Mlse Clarice Bwertlund haa been elected cashier. Ui.on the closing day of school this lank had been operated Just sUty-four school days. It had slxty-slx depeorttors anl there waa 1150. IS on deposit The showing Is considered remarkable, for Stratford haa but 600 population, and Snperlnterdtnt Remsbur, who originated the Idea of the bank, urgent the depositors actually to earn the money aepesitea. Pcpofcltere In this bank carry printed checl.s and Its business Is eondueted la absolutely the same manner aa by the Urge bunking Institutions. At the open inv of the school year la' September It is planned to loan the money on deposit, the school board having charge of the transaction. Patrona of the Stratford ao'iools vou the bank a big success, lealor Strikers Win Caaa. MT. PLEASANT, la., June .-(Speclal.)- A complication which marred the com mencernent exercises of the German college of this city, and threatened for a time to break up the graduation, followed the sus pension of C. Huestle, a prominent member of the senior class, whloh preetpi tated a walkout of moat of the member of the graduating class, who refused to be graduated unleaa Huesle was reinstated. This was dene and the aervloe of gradu ation proceeded. The trouble aroaa over opposition to the removal and incorporation of literary societies, whloh was done pre paratory to the removal of the college to Warrington, Mo., where It opens next fall. Deaatared Plant -A seared. MAR6MALLTOWN, la., June 6.-(Spe elel.) At a special meeting of the city eounctl held this afternoon, concessions, whloh mean the establishment of a large 4enatured alcohol manufacturing' plant, were made, to the National Denatured Al cohol company, recently organised here with a capital of 1200,(00. The council granted the company an excessively low water rate, a taxable value of hot to ex ceed 110,000 for a period of five years, and guaranteed the plant proper and adequate sewage connections. In return the company agreea to build a plant to cost not less than $50,000. OH Mis Badly Beatea. LAKE PARK, la., June I. (Special.) Be cause, It Is alleged, Mark and Adraln Jen kins of Round Lke townahlp, Just across the line In Minnesota, held a grudge agalna Henry Dlehn, a peaceable old man who Uvea on the shore of Round lake, the young men attacked him and beat him unmercl fully with atonea and clubs. - Ills lire Is despaired of. The Jenkins brothers were arrested at Spirit Lake while tn the act of boarding a train. They were turned over to the sheriff of, Jackson county Minnesota, where they live. Dlehn waa at tacked while alone at his little home, where he was left unconscious by his assailants. Travelers at Masoa City, MASON CITT. la., June xl.-Bpolal.-Itnlted Commercial Travelers, together with their wives and families, to the num ber of 1,100 were In the olty today, attend ing the eleventh annual convention of the order of Iowa. Laige delegations came from each of the twenty-one eounolls of the state. The opening sesaiea of the grsnd oouncil was held today. The convention ended with a banquet tonight. loo evrs Notes. LOO AN The Sunday school, rellrto and conference of the Latter hv Halnta' church, in convention at Masnolia elm- xnursoay evening ana to remain in session until Sunday evening, la well athtended by delegates in the district, also by elders both in and out of the district. Among the elders are P. M. Hanson of Sioux City, Wil liam A. pmitn or independence, mo.; Kid ney Pitt df Persia., Charles Perry of Wood bine, J. C. Crabb of Little Sioux and J. W. Wight of Lamonl, la. LOOAN Superintendent Beveredge of the Council Bluffs schools delivered the ad dress at the graduating exercises of the Magnolia schools last evening. Vocal and instrumental music was furnlshd by the male quartet and orchestra of Woodbine. The graduates are: John Reader. Pern Bedsaul, Roy Morgereldge, Herbert Alex- Stars and e Stripes A beer just suited to quaff at home a night-cap for the sociable evening a refreshing draught for the late supper a delightful glass to sip under the evening lamp. Stars and Stripes is a foaming, sparkling beverage for the keen palate for th connoissieur. Have a case delivered to your dome. Willow Springs Browing Co. fareen Trading Stamps fl.M la "tamps til) given with each twe doten case of small bolt lee, de livered In the city for. 9.00 In Ptamps (SO) given wtth each two doien esse of '.era bottles, de livered In the city for. Out of town cus tomers add 1. XI for case and bottles. v, , p ii in 1 1 51.25 vi .am $2.25 Of floe, 1407 Karaey It, rhoae Song. 1300. Srewery, ad aad Klokery. rhoae Doug. leas. aw ander, Muma McDowell, Frances Chambers and Alma Merchant. SAC CITT Th Rebekaa lodges of Pac county will hold their seventh annual con vention at this place on Wednesday, June . The lodges of Early, Lakevlew, Green leaf, Lytton, Wall Lake, Odebolt, Bad City, Schaller and Auburn will participate. TOLEDO J. W. 8tidebaker of LeMars won first place In the annual oratorical contest of Leander Clark college last night, with, the oration : rne Ariumph of Democ racy." Ralph Johnson of Tama got second place with an oration on "Robert E. Lee." UNION Rev. Mr. Frank, Evangelist Sunday's- assistant: Fred Fischer, his choir leader, and B. D. Ackley, his secretary and pianist, will open a three week's revival in this- place next Wednesday night. The services will be held In the Methodist church. Lincolrf Man is Guilty of Charge William II. Clark Admits Smuggling Accusation, but Sentence is Sev ferred by Landii. CHICAGO. June 5. William H. Clark of Lincoln, Neb., and Robert W. Stephenson, pleaded guilty tn the United States dis trict court today to charges of conspiracy to smuggle Chinese Into the United States. Judge Landls deferred sentence. Clark and Stephenson were among the eight men recently Indicted on charges' of assisting Chinese over the Mexican border and smug gling them into Chicago concealed In din ing cars. EL PASO, Tex., June 8. Oliver Carr, an El Paso conductor; Moses Thorp, his por ter, and Sam Lee, an El Paso Chinaman, were acquitted In Alamogodoro, N. M., to day on the charge of being concerned In the conspiracy to smuggling Chinese Into the United States. They were suspected of being members of the band arrested In Chicago. FLOODS STOP FOUR' ROADS Kaoteaal District In Caaada Is Hard Hit ay Washaats from Sprint; Freshets. WINNIPEG, Man., June a. Four rall- way llnea are out of bustnees in the," Kootenai dlatrict. On the Lardo branch of the Canadian Pacific railway, there are ten washouta, on the Naukohlp and San don, three; on Slocan Lake, ten miles of track must be rebuilt. The Crows Nest line of the Canadian Paclflo Is In bad Shape and the Great Northern also dam- -aged. Many places era isolated. The Spring freshets have caused millions of dollars damage thla week. GROCERS GO TO LOUISVILLE Sananel Mskoa of Ottamwa la Made Member of the Baecatlvo Committee. DETROIT, Mich, June 4. The Whole sale Grocers' association today selected Louisville, Ky., as the next year's con vention seat. D. H. Bethard of Peoria, 111., was elected president and Samuel Mahon of Ottumwa, la., waa named as a mem ber of the executive committee. IMPORT AWT 11MB CHANGES. The Northwestern Llae, May 80th. Ieave Arrive Omaha. Chicago, i 6:02 pm S:C0 am . 1:10 pm :S0 am . 6:06 pm 8.M am h:iu pm 11:69 ain Omaha-Chlrago Special. Colorado-Chicago Pac Coast-Chicago Loa Angelea-Chlc. Llm.. Overland Limited 11:60 pm .1:50 nm Daylight Special 7:40 am 1:11 pm WESTBOUND. ' Iave Arrive Chicago. Omaha. Omaha Special 6 00 pm 8:00 am Overland Limited 8:00 pm 7:11 am Chicago-Denver 10:00 am ll:3Jpm Portland Limited 10:00 pm 12:26 pm Cdicago-Paclflo Coast 10:46 pm S IS pm Omaha-Chicago Specials In each dlreotlon are new trains throughout, electrlo lighted and serving dinner snd breakfast. Offices, 1401-S Farnam street and Union IT" mr mi A TTTIMTPfMn) lUM'f This Afternoon 3:50 EVERY MAN IN OMAHA INVITED The National Y. M. C A. Quartette will render Music sale of "broken lines ? . t I W .-V 3 v j vwf ? a S 1 81.20 1: I i s35 eT flTVOfvi 99 misses', infants' and children's f oxfords and slippers, entire lot goes I, V 1 iKH tomorrow in one selling iSTff -Latent MM pairs ef them are shew ta eae let ea a ays stal tahea, An slsee soma where aaioag the lot, bat each line mere er less arofcea. raesa are the teaaalade from oa sarin stock aad rep reseat the ahotosst, highest elaoa Unas we hate ever oarrloa. Beweot, meat approve kins, patents, 4mU leathers nna seme vhtte oaaeae styles- MISSES' OXFORD) AND SUFFERS, la siaea 1 1 to X are amoag tomorrow's special, fttilee worth J&t, 92.50 aad yen 8, go at, pair FOR INFANTS' SLIPPERS AND TEES that have been eeU. lug rr gulnrly at $1 and even $1.25. All A-t good, bat in broken el sea. FOR CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS, la si act to S. These, uatU sow, have beea. selling at $lJiO and high at fl.TS pair. FOR CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS, la si see from H to 11. Although broken slaes, they represent 41.75, 92 and 2.Z."i valaee. TSE YOUIta PtOFtrS CrwM aTOtre i mm w tu-tM7 Doustlas Street Omahd-web, ovetlrVovVLaofL I 7 I $1.75 1 ? ito' 'J .-i- i