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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. JUNE 19. 1P09.
E Nebraska DEMOCRATS DINE AT KEARNEY v Shallenberger, Mullen and Brown Will Attend Banquet. DELEGATION FROM SOUTH OMAHA tltlsens frnm I'arklo Town (nafer vrltsi OatrriAr Relative to ointment of Fire and . Follco Board. (From a Staff CnrresnnnAsnt LINCOLN. June M (Special.) Governor hallrnherger, Arthur Mullen, Kate oil In spector,' and ex-Mayor Frank Brown will leave wimp time tomorrow for Kearney to attend 'the democratic dollar banquet to morrow night.'. The governor, the oil ln-' pctor and thpx-mayor are all on the program for speeches. Richard L. Metcalfe, the defender of the faith, will remain In Lincoln. He wu not nvltcd to speak.' and neither was he In lltrd to attend. Neither waa P. L. Hall ln I led to npee.lt. Judge B. F. i Good of Wahoo, whose friends have been saying that the dollar dinner hap for one of lt objects hla elim ination even as a probable candidate for supreme judge., was here this morning for A talk with the governor. These talks have 'boon numerous of late and they may relate to the Kearney dinner, and they may not. Anyhow, the judge would not Indicate that he desired a place on the supreme bench, and neither would ' he Indicate that he would refuse to run If the weather looked lavorable. . W. B.' Price haa his own peculiar views regarding the . banquet, but he la of the opinion he should for the present keep them to himself, but later he will have his ay. Month Omaha Men gee Governor. P. J.' Barrett, City Clerk Glllen and Dr. Mullen of South Omaha held a conference with Governor Shallenberger this morning over the appointment of two member! of the Frre and Police Board to serve until the next city election. They recommended strongly the candi dacy of P. J. Lanahan. Among the candidates for the two places f are Joseph Fitzgerald, Rtevs Vail, Joe Mc- 1 Mullen, Sam Acker, Joe J. Ryan, Joe Copeck and Mr. Lanahan. Several parties have been down lately boosting for one or two of the above named, Jerry Howard having been here for a word for hla old time friend Vail. The great activity over these appoint ments is due to the fact that friends of prospective candidates for mayor desire a friendly police board, so the story runs as It reaches Lincoln. The appointments are to be made by July 1. Starting Boom for Sedgwick. Some ' prominent lawyers, members of the State Bar association. Intend to cir culate petitions In order to get the name of 8. H. Sedgwick of York on the ticket this fall aa a candidate for supreme Judge. Judge Sedgwick Is now In Chicago with Mrs. Sedgwick and it Is not known for ure whether he will be a candidate, but ome of hla' friends are Inclined to the belief that ' if the petition ia circulated for him he 'would not decline the use of. hla name, though he would not circulate s petition himself.,. The matter 'was first mentioned by F. A. Bronan of Omaha, president of the State Bar association, .who it Is under stood, with, other lawyers, intends to cir culate 'the petitions. f Oone Home from Oklahoma Trenmore '.'Cone . has returned to Lin coln and' hie work at the state house after an absence of two weeks In Okla homa and Kansas, where he has been investigating the oil wells with a view ,j to bringing over a few thousand barrels on the oil rates provided for in the law enacted by , the late legislature. Mr. Cone visited the oil regions In both states and discovered by investigating In those places and Kansas City that It coat Just about half to burn oil than it does coal In big manufacturing plants. Data for Railroad Valaatloa. A number of railroad men again met with the State . Railway commission and '' Engineer Hurd today dicussed the re ports the engineer will want In finding the s physical valuation of the railroads. The railroad men objected to the forms pre pared by Mr. Hurd because they were more numerous than the Minnesota officials re quired. Mr. 'Hurd, however, explained that while there were more forms no more in formation was asked for, but he had di vided the forms so that the matter would be more convenient to handle. The follow ing railroad men were present: James Kelby of the Burlington, C. 8. Stebbtns of the Union Pacific, . E. P. Mitchell of the Missouri Pacific, O. W. Hand of the North ' western. J. B. Berry of the Rock Island. Edron Rich of the Union Pacific, F. T. Parrow af the Burlington and II. J. Os borne.; Examiners Organise. The Board of EYAlnliterfl designated bv ' ' law for the examination of applicants for I certificates aa certified public accountants. I met Tuesday in. the office of the state auditor and organised as follows: Presi dent, John M. Gilchrist, Omaha; secretary, Slla ' H. Barton, auditor of public, ac counts; treasurer. It S. Wiggins, Lincoln. The 'hoard announced that any person wishing to take the examination should file an application with the secretary of the board, and that the date of the first examiuuUon, under the law, will be an nounced later. Tike scope of examination will be along II e lines outlined by the na tional association.' ' ; Requisition for Slevers. John Sievors, uIki ke wanted In Dodge county fqr burglary and who Is now under arrest in Clinton, la., will be brought back to the slate under a -requisition issued by Governor- fchallenberger this morning. Speaker Pool on Warpath. Governor . Shaljeiibergtr has started another democrat on the warpath. This time It Is Speaker Charles W. Pool of the late democratic house of representatives. Mr. Speaker ' Pool merely wanted to be state i fire warden, an" office which was created by the legislature in which Mr. Pool played a part as speaker. The governor conxld ered Pool for a long time, even though the constitution may have -acted aa a barrier HALF-MINUTE STORE TALK The fact that this store has a splendidly equipped tailor shop with a working force of I seven expert tailors, who are kept busy every day and some evenings proves one of two thlnirs: This Is either the busiest store In town lor It Is the most careful store In town with its alterations. It may be both likely Is. OXFORD DAYS At the New Store Of course, we are selling shoes, too, but those snappy Oxfords, displayed In Win dow Number 4, are really responsible for our Shoe de partment activity. Lots of people are alive to the fact that our footwear Is as good as It looks even better. MEN'S OXFORD 8 Nine styles, any size and width, made to fit the heel as well as the forward part of the foot; gun metal, velour. patent and vlcl. Sold every where at $4.00; our price BOYS' MANNISH OXFORDS Welt sewed celebrated "Cub" last, gun metal, velour and oxblood calf, 2H to 6. Save 60c by buying them here at ALONZO KIM HALL'S NEW DRAWING IN OUR "AD" NEXT SUNDAY ..$3 tii V hi V 1 THE HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES Are you open to conviction? This is a value giving store. Value for your money means the best your money will buy. "We make many customers through our values, even if we don't make many, dollars out of them. We expect to attract your attention and gain your patronage through honest values. Once in a while we have a "sale," but not the usual kind. We could easily acquire the every week "sale habit." It only requires a bit of imagination and a firm belief in the gullibility of the public. We prefer to tell you what we can guarantee To give you more value, dollar for . dollar, every day than any store in town, without making impossible claims. The man who offers us something for nothing insults our intelligence. How about you? Yos. Sir! We'll shape a Sailor Hat to your head. i w.jtsTt XS V r V: mkmMm. . While our "ad" last Monday created con sternation among hat ters. It pointed the nay to sailor-comfort for men whose heads are not built on the atraw-hat plan. Men who doubt our ability, men ho have been experi mented on, or who have been told the process of conforming a straw hat consists simply of damp ening snd putting It on a machine are invited to visit the only thoroughly equipped hatter's room In Omaha and watch our hatters conform a sailor hat. Perfectly Fitted Sailors 9i.no to $5. Soft Braids 91-23 to $5. Panama 94 to 97.50. , tho , tan $3 Warm Weather Underwear How to keep cool Is a question that ' will soon bother most of us. The best way Is to have underwear that is cool ing regular light-weight underwear for some, others must have athletics. This Is the store to come to no matter what your underwear likes may be. Athletic Union Suits, $1 to $3 Nainsook Athletic, garment, 50c and the celebrated Gotham Ath letic, in nainsook, silk striped madras and pongee silks, at,' a garment. ....... .$1 to $2.50 Lewis Union Suits, $2.50 to $10.00 Others down to .$1.00 Uncommon Shirts, N e c k t i r s, Pajamas, etc, in our splendid Furnishing department. A $15.00 Suit Proposition If we went to market looking for suits to sell nt $15.00 we'd get them all right, but they would be $15.00 suits that's all. By using different meth ods we are able to sell for $15.00 men's and young men's suits that must cost at least $20.00 in any other store. To prove it we suggest that you go to some other store, select the best $20.00 suit they have and also select any one of our $15.00 suits, have them both sent home, examine the fabric, tail oring, fit, finish and the hidden parts in your own home away from the salesmen's influence keep the one that is best, re- F gardless of price, and rer turn the Inferior ones. If you do we'll gain a customer just as surely aa you are reading this $ C arid what it will buy J in our Boys' Dept. We have 600 Suits for Saturday's sell ing, priced at $5.00. Not the .ordinary $5.00 Suits, but suits you will find marked a dollar to two and a half more in any store having an equal quality. For Little Fellows Ages 2, to lOYrs. Buster Brown, Eton, Norfolk and Sailor Blouse, pur worsteds, casslmeres and chev iots, with carefully lined pants In full bloomer or knloker bocker styles; greens, tones, inv areens. checks and plain blue. sio TO $35 J Outing or Coat and ad". We are ready to guarantee a decided sav ing at either price or any price in between, besides giving you what is unquestionably the largest line of suits in the west to choose from. Every store has them but every store is not as particular JJ Q about them as we are. To take a feather weight fabrifj TO ar . m . ana construct a snape-reiainmg garment rrom it is tne true test G sflk antS OUltS of good tailoring. Ours are that kind great line, too. . . .' afill Extraordinary Faricy Hosiery Special 65 dosen of our regular 50c Hosiery suitable for wear with oxfords. Made in Chemnitz, Ger many, and Imported by us. Lisles, silk lisle, silk plaited, silk clocked and silk embroidered; also lace and drop stitch. Great variety of rich color combinations in all sizes from 9 to 11 will be sold in our great Furnishings Goods section Saturday only for Shown In Windows 12 and 13 $5 mmm I I For the Boys 7 to lyffiSferw 1 17 Years Old v lM T I Coats plain double Ii'THAA I breasted, serge lined, ?A1 SJL1 I bottom fared, hair i 1 T ? I YlTi'a I cloth fronts and pad- f-ifiail n I n v I ded shoulders, rants If ill 111 II Hi I are full peg top knlck- VI La-Wt I erbockern with belt BIS jTTiIW I straps and watch fir illljH I pocket. Scotch chev- li la-HfSl lots, casslmerea and I'rVl&UIJl I serges; In greens, irA -O tvl I atones, gray greens, Vfi' "J B modes, blacks and I 1 11 8 u e " I I i B JJ III H BBBa9 P ,'UL it Saturday VTTn 7e 11 25c Only yHcTD pr 3 to his appointment,' snd then ha appointed V. Johnson. Ths fact that the new flra warden haa tha same nana aa the county that Pool represents In the legislature did not appeal to the humor of the speaker, and at last accounts ha waa very wrathy. The Weather. WASHINGTON, June 18. Forecast of the weather for Saturday and Sunday: For Nebraska Generally fair. For Iowa Fair. For Colorado and WyominaLiOCal showers. ' For South Dakota Oanerally fair. For Kansas Local showers Saturday; Sunday fair. For Missouri Fair in east, showers in west portion Saturday night or Eranday. Temperature at umana yesteroay Hour. T '( n S ) S a. m t a. m T a. m S a. m S a. m 10 a. m 11 a. m 13 m. .... 42 .... 63 .... 6 .... 68 .... TO .... 72 74 1 p. m "A 2 p. m.. s p. in.... 4 p. m.... 5 p. m.... ( p. m.... 7 p. m.... 8 p. m.... p. m.... Local Record. OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU. OMAHA, June 18. Official record bf tem perature and precipitation con, pared with the corresponding day of the last three years: Is- I5- Maximum temperature.... 78 8S 71 0 Minimum temperature M (0 (3 !l Mean temperature 71 68 C4 Precipitation 00 .40 . 20 .JS Temperature and precipitation departures from the normal at Omaha since March L compared with the last two years: Normal' temperature 71 I 'elti-if ncy fur the day 0 Total deficiency slnoa March 1 2o4 Normal precipitation 17 Inch reflclency for the day 17 inch Total rainfall since March 1. .. .S.W inches Deficiency since March 1 1M lnchei Kxcesa for cor. period. 1908 1.28 Inches Deficiency for cor. period, 1807.... 5.76 inches Itrporta from Stations mt T p. m. Station and State Tern. Max. Rain- of Weather. 7 p. m. Bismarck, clear 86 Cheyenne, pt. cloudy 76 Chicago, pt. cloudy M Davenport, pt. cloudy 70 Denver, pt. cloudy 80 Havre, pt. cloudy 86 Helena, cloudy 80 Huron, clear. 80 Kanta City, cloudy 71 North Platte, clear 80 Omiha, clear 74 Rapid City, cloudy 86 St. Louis. Pt. cloudy 76 St. Paul, clear 72 Salt Lake City, cloudy 82 Valentine, clear...., 86 wtlliston. clear 88 "T" Indicates trace of precipitation U A. WELSH, Local Forecaster. Two Boys Drown Near. Seward Go in Swimming While Father Eats Innch and Get Beyond Their Depth. SEWARD, Neb., June 18 (Special Tele gram.) Two sons of William Lesmler, a merchant of Ooehner, ' seven miles from hero were drowned this afternoon, while on a fishing trip with their father to Han man's mill. Shortly after noon Mr. Lesmler left the boys alone while ha went to lunch. The two boys with a brother went In swim ming In the river and In some manner not known were drawn beyond their depth. The third brother saw them sink and gave the alarm, but -neither could be rescued by the time help arrived. The dead boys were 12 and 13 years old, respectively. The bodies were recovered Bhortly before 4 o'clock In eighteen feet of water by Frsd Wooley, who dived for them. GIVEN DAMAGES FOR ' FALSE IMPRISONMENT Oklahoma. Traveling Man Wins Caso Aavainst W. A. Colo of Juniata. fined $50 and costs In federal court . for sending Improper matter through the malls. John Kennedy, also of Holdrege, was fined $25 and costs for shooting holes In a mall box. Both paid their- fines. New Balldlnsrs at Batte. BUTTE, Neb., June 18. (Special. )-At a large and enthusiastic meeting of the stockholders, held at Short's hall this even ing, the Butt Hall association was Incor porated and the following officers were elected: Board of directors, J. H. Sleler, O. S. Graves, J. A. Snider, for three years; Dr. J. R. Beaty. Robert Ford, C. A. South, for two years; H. Hafner, A. Krlkac, Frank Smith, for one year. Treasurer, H.-A., Ole rlch; secretary, M. Y. Greeley. The asso ciation is Incorporated for 110,000. over 7,000 of which already haa been subscribed. The erection of a 17,000 brick building will be begun as soon as the plans can be drawn and the contract let, bids for which will be drawn June 21. A $10,000 Catholic school building Is al ready undtr course of construction here and the contract for a $10,000 water works system will' be let next Monday evening. Interested, amounting to raised. $500, be BEATRICE Fifteen hundred people gath ered at the driving park yesterday to wit ness the automobile races. Owing to the break In the machine owned by C. Charles Jones, the races were declared off. PLATTSMOUTH The Eastern District Grand Army . of the Republic, comprising Cass, Otoe, Sarpy, Saunders and Lancas ter counties, will hold a reunion In Weep ing Water on August 24, 26, 26 and 27. M'COOK Today closed the second week of the McCook Junior State Normal school session with a total enrollment of 150. This total enrollment Is the more satisfactory for the reason that 110 of them are full session enrollments. WEST POINT A class of eighty rural eighth grade pupils were graduated at West Point. Hon. J. L. McBrlen, former state superintendent, delivered the certifi cates to the graduates and gave his famous lecture, "Success or Failure, Which?" HASTINGS Miss Ethel Ollmore and Wil liam B. Frame were united In marratge at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gllmore. Wednesday even- lng. Rev. Mr. Shoaf of the Pauline Metho dist Episcopal church afflclatlng. WEST POINT A cablegram has been re ceived from Joseph Kase, a business man of West Point, who Is now In Austria' at the bedside of his dying wife, saying that Mrs. Kase's death Is only a matter of a Bootlegger Pleads Golltr.' BEATRICE, Neb.. June 18. (Special Tele gram.) William Beck, colored, who was arrested a few days ago on the oharge of bootlegging, this morning pleaded guilty In Judge Ellis' court and was fined $206 which he paid. So far but one arrest haa been made on an indictment returned by the grand Jury. in. fall V0 .00 Ml .00 I .00 74 .00 82 .0) 88 .00 K T 82 .00 ' .00 84 .00 75 .CO 90 .00 78 .01 7 .00 84 .00 88 .00 80 .00 wist 4 :ttx, laWii.Tii yriasiisi'li,'.ii-i??ingi- If y bavo narvar bofor) tried Klinnayacila Dest Natural Laxative Water CONSTIPATION Try it ROa Ask yessr ysicUa M0 HASTINGS. Neb., June 18 (Special.) A verdict for $650 "damages, for false Imprison ment has been given L. Frank Evans of Tonjrlnoxl, Okl., In the federal court against former Marshal W. A. Cole of Junlanta. Evans, who Is a traveling man, was taken Into custody by the officer about tlx months ago, told that he was under arrest, examined after the method of the third degree and searched. The of ficer suspected that Evans was connected with a ease of forgery, but after question ing and searching him allowed him to go free. The trial of the case consumed the greater part of two days and attracted wide attention on account of the promi nence of the defendant, who Is a candidate for the republican nomlnatloA for sheriff of Adams county and also because of the support given the prosecution by a state traveling mens' organization. Travel ing men say that arrests' of men In their profession on suspicion in the smaller towns are of too frequent occurrence and their organisation aided in the case for the purpose of making It an object lesson to officers over the state. The prosecu tion was represented In court by Attorney W. P. McCreary and John Stevens, the former the author of the ' famous 8lnk nine-foot bed sheet bill, drawn up at the instance of the Travelers' Protective asso ciation and passed by the last legislature. Judge T. C. Munger Instructed the jury to find for the plaintiff and laid down rules for the determination of actual and exemplary or punitive damages. The Jury fixed the actual damage . at $500 and the exemplary damage at $1V. F. A. Belt, a traveling man, formerly a reaident of this city, waa sentenced to eight months In the Hall county Jail by Judge Munger In the federal court for padding orders to the wholesale house he repreaented. Belt was employed on a com mission basis. The charge waa using malls to defraud. Frederick Taylor of Holdrege has been City Attorney- Dismissed. BEATRICE, Neb.v June 18 (Special Tele gram.) A. D. MoCandless, who was ap pointed city attorney at Wymore, some months ago, has been dismissed by Mayor Kawllngs. The mayor and city attorney have taken opposite sides on the liquor question and this is said to be the cause of the attorney's dismissal. Nebraska Nona Notes. GENEVA Mr. and Mrs. Houchln have Just celebrated their sixty-fourth anniver sary of their marriage. 'Ihey are 84 and 81 years old, 'respectively. BEATRICE W. H. Davidson, for eleven years wire chief for the Nebraska Tele phone company at this point, yesterday resigned and will engage In other busi ness. M'COOK The railroad men of the Mc Cook division headquarters all departments are arranging tor a picnic ior aoout juiy 10. It is proposed to make the affair an annual event. KEARNEY Bids will be opened on June 28 for the construction of a new Catholic church In thla city. Architectural plan Illustrate an elaborate edifice for the Catho lics In this vicinity. BEATRICE Joseph Griffls and Miss Katherlne Caster were married last even ing at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Caster, In West Beatrice, Rev. J. E. Davis officiating. BEATRICE The marriage of Samuel W. Berry and Miss Ethel Duntx, two well known young people of this city, was solemnised last evening at the Christian parsonage. Rev. J. E. Davis officiating. PLATTSMOl'Tli Miss Mary E. Foster, county superintendent, will be a candidate for re-election and her petition is being quite generally signed. Most of the other county officers will seek to be re-elected. PLATTSMOUTH Frank L. Granger a Burlington conductor out of Lincoln, and MIhs Loulf E. Kissilng of this city were united In marriage In the court house In Omaha Thursday. They will reside In Lin coln. GENEVA Last night at a meeting of Company (J. Nebiaitka National guard. Second Lieutenant R. W. Eaton presented his resignation and on Its acceptance An drew Holt was unanimously elected to fill the vacancy. TECUMSEH At a meeting of the Board of Managers of the Johnson County Agri cultural and Mechanical association It was decided to hold the annual show this year, providing a suarantee fund from person short time. She Is suffering from tuber culosis. BEATRICE Farmers have been very busy the last week In their fields, the weather being almost perfect for farm work. Some of them are plowing their corn over the second time, with the result that the fields are being perfectly cleaned. A week's more dry weather will , greatly Improve crop conditions In this section. KEARNEY County Judge Hallowell per formed two ma.Tlage ceremonies Thursday. The first knot united James H. Moore and Vera H. Morant, both of Gothenburg, Neb., and the second couple was Perry J. Anda beck and Ethel a Pendell of York, Neb. A license to wed waa Issued to Edmund H. Moore and Barbara H. Sell, the former of Miller and the latter of Anselmo. HARTINGTON The fourth annual graduation exercises of Trinity High school were held at Union Opera house Thursday night. The program consisted of musical selections and essays by the graduates, Anna C. Stuckenhoff, Edward G. Wals, Rudolph Haus. Leona K. Wlebelhaus and Cyril J. Dendlnger. Hon. George Bests, mayor, made an Interesting address to the class. WEST POINT William Goeken, an em ploye of Schlnstock Bros., had a narrow escape from death at the freight depot at West Point. He attempted to cross the track Immediately after the passage of the westbound freight train, which backed ,up unexpectedly before he could gel across, breaking the wagon In which he was riding Into kindling wood. Goeken Jumped In time to save hln life and. the horses, a valuable team, also escaped. HASTINGS Blazing gasolene cauVed quick destruction of Stephen Schlutz's automobile two. miles from Hust ings Wednesday night. The car was of the four-cylinder, air cooled type and was being driven by Edward Talbert and Jud Tooley. WEST POINT-Caryl E. Farley, secre tary of the board of directors of the Ban croft drainage district, has IsHued a call for bids for the engineering work required in the construction of the drainage ditch In the eastern portion of Cuming county. This Is the largest enterprise of the kind ever attempted In this section, the pro- fosed ditch being over sixteen miles In ength, extending over three counties and draining a body of the most valuable lands In the state. FREMONT Mike Gold was bound over to the district court yesterday on the charge of deserting his wife and children In December, 1907, and failure to support them. He admitted that he had done al most nothing for them, but claimed that his wife had ordered him out of the place and that he had good reaxon for leaving and not supporting them. The parties are both Jews and the Hebrew colony here aided with the wife. 1 M IW L ILm 1 i'Cm iYv mmm 113 So. 16trt St. Opposite F. W. Wool worth So and lOcStor KFORIAL FEMIRUE OF THE NEW xclusive gloalc PrH ouse We announce for Saturday our Informal Open ing and a Special Sale of New Tailored Suits, Linen Suits, Coats, Skirts, Petticoats, etc. Now Tailored Suits mVS?SSl??. ; ?15.00, $19.50, $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00 Now Tailored Wash Suits $7. 50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and $19.50 Now Cloth and Silk Coats JOrK.n.u.r..$7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and $17.50 s m ii i s m i jew wanting Kiris 2rfloSlrf..$5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 Now Silk Petticoats ES.$3.75, $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50