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THE BBK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL W, 1013.
A Special Sale of Millinery for We will place on sale three hundred beautiful Trimmed Hats at three special prices. Trimmed Hats marked $8.75, Saturday $6.00 "Trimmed Hats marked $10.00, Saturday $8.00 Trimmed Hats marked $12.50-$15. Saturday $10 tess rad'SSefuiS $1.95, $2.95, $5.00 Spring Shirts for Men We are showing a special value, a rgood fitting shirt, in fine fabrics and of (excellent patterns, $1.15. Our $1.50 line comprises everything The Famous Lily of France Corset is- sold by T., B. & Co. exclusively CITIZENS OF JAPAN TALKING OF WAR WITHUNITED STATES (Continued from Page One.) In a bitter debate between Senator John B. fianford, democrat, and Senator N. W. Thompson, administration leader and co Author with Senator Blrdnall ot the re .Visod land bill. The message, which was addressed to ttJeutenant Governor Wallace, was as KoUowas "Methodist missionaries urge defeat of ymtl-Jipaneso legislation. Situation serl JPO". , HARRIS." Benator Thompson moved that the mes sage p"o printed, in the Journal. Senator anford proteWd. "I move that this Ben ate send a mes-page- to Mr.IIarrls telling him o attend to his own 'business. California can at tend to hem without ndvlca from Japan or elsewhere,' he said. Rr-nninr ThnmrMnn rnllA1. j "There is but one, man on this floor mrho qrould demean .himself by making wruch l motion," ho cried, Banfprd then explained that he was Wired of all such mesrinirpR." ariillnc- hat If this was to bo printed In the pourruu, no naci w or ww letters and "Brooks" is lfU-.Jl' .1! 1 uiviuuig utuia vu Young Men's Suits Thero is ns much diffor nnco in "Brooks" Clothes and ordinary, clothes us "tiny and night." Every garment that loaves my hands must be absolutely right in style, fit, quality and prico or your money is handed back to you. $fl g buys a '.'Brooks" Suit that is just a bit more I ri styliBh, a littto bettor made than ordinary fif- teen dollar suits. The price that fX "JBrooks" puts his main strength on is tho All line at , mjJ You can't buy that suit for less than 125.00 anywhere else. "BrookB" ia the first to get the latest "dope" remember that. CORNER SIXTEENTH AND HARNEY that is new in soft shirts. pleated shirts and collars to match. It will pay you to look over this line. For $2 there are many handsome effects in soft or pleated styles. A fine imported flannel shirt, in plain and fancv stripes, for $2.50. Men's Depart inont, Mnln Moor, a stop from cither entrance. telegrams taking the opposite view of the situation that ho wanted nrlntrd also. Ho withdrew his motion and the Harris mesnugo was ordered printed. Kansas City B&nk is Unable to Open Safe 1CAN.QAH rlTV Hn A r-M 1B Will. W,607,W) In currency within, the First National bank hero was unable to open its vaults today. Tho time look combina tion, supposed to open automatically at A I - i ....... w u ciul-k cucn morning, railed to worn ana efforts of all the vault experts In' the city were In vain. Unless the vault Is oponed today It will-be dynamited. Neighboring business. COLLEGE SMOKERS BEATEN IN REFERENDUM VOTE A MRS, la April 18. (Special. )-Iowa State college smokers were overwhelm ingly beaten In a referendum ballot re sulting In tie abolition of smoking on the campus, The total vote was 1.359 of 2,100 students, Including 400 women. The rerslstent and Judicious Use ot Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to Iluslncss Success. the tlj i III III Ma L II Tl Children's Wear Third Floor Children's colored aprons, plain or figured percales, 2 to 10 years, 40o and 50c, Children's colored dresses, a largo uhhoi'U nient of Spring styles from which to select, 1 to 10 years, nil prices, Special Sale of Toilet Articles Black Ebony Nail Buf fers, rognlar prico 50c, spocinl for Saturday, LTm. 120o Wool Powder Puffs, lOo. Massago Cream, lOo. Womens and Children's Summer Underwear Women's Lisle Vests, low nock, sleoveless, plain or fnncy top, 35c. Women's Gauze Union Suits, low neck, sleoveless, 85c. Women's Lisle Union Suits, fitted or umbrolla kneo, $1.00. Children's Gauze Union Suits, low neck, hIoovoIoss, kneo length, both girls' and boys' Btylos, all Bizos, 50c TXXSS n.OOB, The Great Special Sale of Colored Dress Linens Comes Monday It is impassible to de scribe this superior quali ty of linen, or to give a de scription of the many boautiful colors. Wo in vito you to sec these goods now on display in our show windows, nnd get samples, if interested. HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS BOSTON TAKESA THRILLER Pound Bender's Delivery for Pour Runs in Ninth. 0HAN0EMEN AGAIN DEFEATED Cleveland Shut Unt Chlrago on Hornet Gronnda Ht. I.onU Wins Over Detroit, Three to Two. PHILADELPHIA, April 18,-Afterplay-Ing a fine uphill gamo hero today, nos ton hammered Render's delivery for three doubles and two singles In tho ninth In ning, scoring four runs and winning from Philadelphia, 8 to 5. Poor pitching was shown on both sides. The homo team drove Foster, formerly ot Houston, Tex., off tho rubber In. the first Inning and lost opportunities to add to their score by rcckleas baso running. No hits were made off Drown until the fifth Inning, but ho began to weaken In tho fourth, when he gavo three passes. Houck took his place in tho seventh. Redlent, who succeeded Poster, retired In the fourth to permit Hall to bat for him. Render succeeded Houck In tho eighth. Leonard, who followed Iledlent to the rubber, weakened in the ninth. Then Danny Murphy opened with a single. Two outs were followed by passes to Collins and Raker, Wood was rushed to the rubber und he ended the game by fanning Mc Innls. Score: BOSTOV. rHILADKLrillA. All. It. O. A. K. AD.II.inA.K. Iloofwr, rf. I I i 0 OE.Murv'r. rl I 0 1 0 0 Ytrltra. Ib.. 4 111 OOlrrlm, It.. J 1 0 0 Rpeaktr. ct.. till OOolllni. Jb.. t 1 1 3 0 Ltwli. It I 1 0 llloker. Jb... 4 J 1 2 0 OirUnir. ib. 4 I 1 i WMclnnli, lb. I 0 13 0 0 Jinrrln, lb. 3 0 3 0 lStrunk, (t... 4 3 3 0 3 Knt!. lb .1 1 3 0 0Hrrr. .... 4 0 3 4 0 Wasntr, M. I 0 3 I Olpp, c 4 1 t 1 0 frrlin, c 1 3 3 0 Drawn, p.... 3 1 0 0 0 Nu'mtktr, cl 1 3 0 0 Houck, p.... 0 0 0 1 0 t'wlir, p. . 0 0 0 0 OlVndtr, p...O 0 0 0 0 UtdUnt, p, Lontrd, p. Wood, p, IIfRrln flail Oill j i o i o-n. Murpnr. I i o o o 1 0 0 0 0WUh 1 0 0 0 0 oooo opitr o o o o o lOUQO 1 0 C 0 0 ToUli II 13 37 It 0 0 0 0 Tottli. . .33 II 27 17 3 Hatted for Janvrln In seventh. Datted for nedlent in eighth. Ilan for Carrigan In eighth. Uatted for Bender In ninth. Batted for B. Murphy In ninth. Han for D. Murphy in ninth. Boston 0 0 0 I 1 0 3 0 4- Philadelphia S 1 0 ! 0 0 0 0 0-5 Two-base hits: Collins. Baker. Speaker. Gardner, Nunamaker. Three-base hits: Strunk, ljipp. Home run; Oldrlng. Stolen bases: Uaraner. U arlng. Saorl flee fly; Speaker Double plays: Yerkes to Junvrin; Speaker to Warner. Ieft on liases- Boston, 10; Philadelphia 9. Hits Off Foster, 3 (none out In first); off Iledlent, 8 in seven innings,., oft Leonard, 1 In one and two-third Innings: off Wood 0 In one-third Inning; off Brown, 6 In six innings (none out in seventh); off Houck z in one inning: ot: itenaer. a in two In nlngs. Struck out: By Bedtent, 1; by Wood, 1; by Brown, !; by Bender, 3. First base on errors: Philadelphia, t. Bases on balls: Off Foster, l; off Bedlent. 1 off Leonard, i: off Brown, 4, Hit by pitcher; By Brown (Janvrln). Wild pi ten. uenaer. -rime. :.sa. umpires A'onneny ana aieureevy Vankrci Lose to Senators NRW YOIUC, April lS.-New York lost another game to Washington today Chance's men taking a 7 to 6 defeat after a piucicy upniu iignt in a long drawn out contest. Tom Hughes, the veteran pitcher ot the visitors, while wild at times, was effective in every innlnir m cent the seventh, when the locals scored I four runs on four bases on balls and three singles. Hughes recovered before the Inning was over, striking out Kay J Caldwell, sent In as a pinch hitter, for A Complete to- Wear Apparel. Popularly Priced Serge Suits, new styles, just received, $192, $222, $25 New Suit designs, eponge, bedford cord, ratine, plain tailor ed, Balkan blouse and cutaway effects, $25 $30, $35 Silk Suits in newest Fifth Ave. designs $39.50, ' $60,' $95 Serge Coats in fashionable styles, $12.50, $15, $19.50 Ratine Coats, both plain and brocaded, $25, $27.50, $30 The Most Varied Assortment of Dresses ever Long Silk Glove Sale Saturday at 9:00 A. M. wo will place on sale an extra val ue of lG-button length silk gloves, in white, white with black embroidery and black with white embroidery, for $1.15 a pair. $1.15 a Pair the third out with three men on bases, lusher, for New York, was touched up freely, but many of the safeties were of tho Infield variety. Washington's base running ami mc batting ot Alnsmlth, Mcllrlde and Chase were tho fcaturcH. Tho visitors stole eight bosefs three of tho stealH being Milan's, uandll was mmiBiiea in mo ninm Inning for protesting a decision. Score: WASHINGTON. NEW YOIK. An. ll.O. AH. An. II. O. A B. Mmlltr, rt.. 4 1 1 1 OPtnltlt. rf.. 3 3 3 0 0 KkMter, 3b.. S 1 3 1 OWolttr. ct... s o o o Mllin. ct ...S 110 OHtrtiell. 3b. 3-0 3 10 tnndll, lb... 4 1 1 1 0Cr, If 4 0 10 0 8ehterr, lb. o o o u nam, :... s u i Morstn. 2b.. 3 0(3 ISU.'titt, lb.. 41710 Alnimllh, c. 6 4 1 18wfner. c. 3 1 0 0 Bhuiki. If... 6 110 0 Young. 0 0 4 0 Mcllrlde, i. 3 I 1 t lrldwell ...1 0 0 0 0 llutbri, P...3 0 12 OMIilklft, 1 0 0 10 i- itnfr, p.... i w i a ToUli 311127 11 3Illvelt ...1 0 0 0 0 KMtlnr. p.. 0 0 0 0 0 McKchnle. 1 0 0 0 0 Schuli, p.... 0 0 0 0 0 TotaU 34 7 27 10 3 Washington 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 1 0-7 Now York 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0-u Batted for Young In seventh. Batted for Fisher In seventh. Batted for Keating In eighth. First base on errors: New York. 3; Washington, 1. Two-baso- hits: Danlela, Foster. Sacrifice hit: McBrlde. Sacrltlco flics: Fisher. Hughes, stolen bases: Aln smlth (2). Shanks, Milan (3). McBrlde. Morgan. Chose. Left on bases: New York. 12; Washington, 9. Doublo plays: McBrlde to Morgan to uaniiu. aiorBiwi tn numlll. liases on balls: Off Fisher. 1; off eKatlng. 3; off Schulz. 1: Off Hughes, 5. Struck out: uy t isner. z; y ncnuiis, 2; by Hughes. 9. Hit by pitched ball: By Hughes, Harttell, Daniels (2). Stetrett. Wild pitch; Hughes. PiiSFd ball. Sweeney. Hits: Off Fisher. 9 in seven innings, orr Keating, i in one inmut;, un Schulz, 1 in one Inning. Time: 2:50. Um pires: Hart and Dlnecn. St. Louis Defeats Tigers. DKTllOIT. Anrll 18.Aftcr the first In ning. In which Detroit scored twice, and Wellman was never in, great aangcr, hi. Louts won the second game In the series with Detroit today. 3 to 2. Ijike was hit freely throughout the game anil received poor support, bcore: DETROIT. ST. LOUIS. All. 11.0. A. K. An. ll.O. A. E. Duih. 4 1 t 3 IShotUn, ct.. ft 1 0 J 0 Loudtn, 2b.. 4 1 2 1 Uohniton, It. 6 3 3 0 0 Crawford, rf 4 2 1 0 OWIlllama. rf 4 1 2 0 0 Oalnor. lb.. 4 0 12 1 1 1'ratt, 2b.... 4 1 i i 0 MoTlartr, If. 4 1 10 OStovall, lb.. I 3 10 1 o llllli, cl l v I 1 UAuaim, 30... i i 2 o I)ul. 3b ... 3 0 0 3 lWallara. .. 3 0 1 3 1 Vltt, 3b. 1 0 0 3 0Amw, c ... I 3 1 0 llondrau, c.. 3 1 3 4 OW.Ilmtn. p.. 4 10 10 Lakt, p 31110 Pubue 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 It 27 10 1 Mullln .... 0 0 0 0 0 Powfll .... 0 0 0 0 0 ToUli 34 7 27 21 3 Batted for Deal In seventh. Hatted for High In ninth. Han for Mullln In ninth. Scoro by Innings: Detroit 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 St. Louis 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-3 Two-bake hit: Agnew. Three-base hit: Crawford. Sacrifice hit: Wallace. Stolen base: Lake. Double plays: Austin to Pratt to Stovall. Stoval to Wallace. Ift on bases: Detroit, 4, St. Louis, 8. Bases on balls: Off Wellman. 2. Struck out By Lake, 1; by Wellman, 6. Wild pitch: Wellman. Time: 1:88. Umplrts. Hllde brand and Kvans. Cleveland Defeats Chlvaico. CHICAGO. April 18.-Manager Blrmlng. ham of Cleveland, for the first time this season, started a right-handed pitcher against the Chicago American league club, and Steen, who drew this honor, proved to be a puzzle to the locals. The visitors won, 4 to 0. Benz. who opened for the locals, was hit hurd In the opening Inning, two sin gles, a triple and a sacrifice netting two runs. An error, single and double steal counted another, while u single, error, sacrifice and a long fly made tho fourth run. Score; CLKYELAM. CHICAaO. AH. 110. A. E AO. ll.O A E JohMton, lb 4 2.14 I OlUth, 3b. 4 0 3 3 0 Chapman, a 3 0 0 3 1 Lord. 3b 4 113 0 Olaon, 3b 413 OColllna, rf 4 0 2 0 1, JtcVaon, rf. 4 1 0 0 Ollorton, lb 4 1 13 0 1 LaJOlo. b 4 3 5 1 ODodU. cf 3 0 1 0 o U'm-ham. ill I 3 0 OJonea. If 3 0 3 1 Uranejr, If 3 1 3 0 0Vevr, u. I 1 1 1 V Showing of Shown in Omaha Wash Dresses, $375 $950, $15, $25 Silk Dresses . . $875, $1950, $2500 Experienced attendants, expert fitters, Private display rooms at your disposal. The Store for Shirt Waists Our most complete waist sec tion offers for your selection a vast assortment of new styles. There are waists for every use and purpose. Prices start at Sale of Stamped Pillow Tops Saturday we place on sale a large assortment of Stamped Pillow Tops, all of which sold reg ularly from 50c to $1.25, at the unusually low price of 15c. Free Needlework Lessons at the usual hours ,10 to 11 A. M.. 3 to 5 P. M. Personally supervised by Miss Steenstrup. Land, e 2 0 4 2 ORchalk, c.- .S 0 TI 3 0 Btren, p 3 0 1 4 0Bn. p 1 0 0 2 0 Schaller ...1 10 0 0 Totals 0 27 13 1 RutMll, p... 1 0 0 0 0 Totalt SO 4 37 1J 2 Batted for Bonz In sixth. Cleveland 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-4 Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Three-baso hit: Jackson. Hits: Off Benz, 5 In six Innings; off Russell, 1 In three innings. Sacrifice hits: Chapman, Ijuid. Sacrifice fly: Steen. Stolen bases: Lajolc, Birmingham, Johnston. Double play: Land to Lnjole. l.cft on bases: Cleveland, 1; Chicago, 4. Bases on balls: Off Steen, 1. Struck out: By Steen. 3; by Benz, 2; by iluroell, 5. Time: 1:60. Umpires: Ferguson and O'Loughlln. BRYAN AND CLARK BURY THE HATCHET (Continued from Page One.) as compared to the Injury done to my reputation In the eyes of the world. "But now that Colonel Bryan In his public statement has done what ho could to rcmovo the Injurious Impressions that worn crented by his Baltlinoro speeches, I feel that we can al the better cooperate for the good ot the administration. I can only repeat what I have publicly declared time tnd time again, that all personal or selfish considerations must give way tn the duty that all democrats owe to our party und to our country." Those who sat at the table with the others already mentioned, and saw the disappearance of what many political sages thought the most embarrassing situation confronting President Wilson's administration were Vice President Mar shall, Secretary Lone, Senators Kern and O'Gorman, Representative Crisp, Secre tary Tumulty. Assistant Secretaries Os born and Malone of the State depart ment; Thomas F. Logan and L. I James. .lust I.lkr Old Pais. Those In charge of the affair said Speaker Clark and Secretary Bryan ex changed Jokes and had a good time. The statements were given out through Mr. Bennett. So far as knokn it Is tho first time the men have met since the Baltimore con vention. Speaker Clark's friends have always said Mr. Bryan prevented his nomination and that It was true Mr. Bryan's nctlvlty and Influence that the convention, contrary to custom, refused to give the speaker the necesary two- Saturday's Special Sale Suits to Order $20.00 We offer your choice of u nice line of gray and blue serges, fancy worsteds or Scotch. Every suit carefully tried on and guaranteed perfect in fit and style. We sell for $2.00 hats that are easily worth $2.50. MacCar thy-Wilson Tailoring Co. 304-306 So. 16th St. Six Steps South of Farnam. Ready - 98 Cents McCall Patterns at 10c and 15c are far superior to ordinary kinds thirds vote after It several times had given to him a majority. Strong state ments of a somewhat personal nature were also Issued by Mr. Bryan and Mr. Clark at the time. Tho reconciliation Is looked upon In political circles as the most significant development ot the administration so far. Chicago Maternity Homes Split Fees with Physicians CHICAGO, April 18. "Doctors' graft," a system of fee splitting based on the barter In babies, was disclosed today to the legislative committee which is in vestigating charity institutions and ma ternity homes which care for children. It was testified that In many cases the physician recommending a maternity home to prospective patients receives as much as one-third of the money) paid to the Institution. Tho committee also was give evidence tending to Bhow Chicago as n clearing house for foundlings throughout the middle west Dr. F. W. Urlney, head of a sanitarium and superintendent of a Sunday school, startled the legislature with an asser tion that the demand for "orphan ba bies" was three times as great as the supply. "Wo can't furnish all the babies we arc asked for," he said. "We have a yearly contract for advertising In two Chicago papers in which we offer babies for adoption, but the real purpose of these ad Investments Is to solicit the patronage of expectant mothers." The committee learned that Dr. Brlney contracted with unmarried patients, so that after giving birth to children they were hired out as nurses. Their own children, howover, wero reared on arti ficial food. "We make contracts with the girl moth ers before their babies are born to this effect," said the witness. Dr. Charles S. Wood, head ot another maternity Institution, submitted in ev dence a contract which friendless moth ers sign, by which they release all rights to their children and declare they have "abandoned them forever." Signatures to this document are prerequisites to treatment, he said. 3 WIDOW ACCUSED OF MURDER Mrs. Dictz and Affinity rormallj Charged with Crime. BONDS FIXED AT TEN THOUSAND Complaints Bar Tnllor Wm neatrn to Drnth with Hammer Move ments, of Conplo Are Traced. CHICAGO. April 18. Mrs. Augusta Dletx, widow of George Dletr, a tailor who was beaten to death with a ham mer at his home In Aldlne avenue laet Monday, and Gcorgo Nurnbcrg, owner of a harness shop, today were formally booked on charges of murder. Tho complaints charge Mrs. Diet and Nurnbcrg with murdering the woman's husband by assaulting him with a ham mer. It was planned to fix the ball ot the prisoners. Preliminary hearing probably will be continued until after the coroner's in quest, which Is to bo resumed on April 24. Coroner Hoffman received today a letter which he said was startllngly similar tn spelling to the illiterate stenciled mlsslvo which the murderer of Dletz left. The writer said ho committed the crime and expressed scorn for tho polloe. Tho noto was scrawled on the letterhead of a hotel In a city about 450 miles from Chicago and telegrams were sent to the authori ties there asking them to locate the writer. The name of tho city and tho exact contents of tho letter were not re vealed. Both Released on Bond. When Nurnbcrg and Mrs. Dletz applied for release on ball this afternoon Judge Goodnow Ignored the recommendations of tho coroner's Jury and fixed the amount at $10,000 for each. Instead of the $5,000 expected. The bonds were signed and tho accused persons left the court room without the police escort which hns accompanied them Blnce Monday evening. 'At the coroners Inquest yestcrdoy It was testified that Nurnburg, a harness maker, and Mrs. Dietz had engaged In a llason for some months. Diets was aware of this, as was the harness ma ker's wife, who had had her husband watched by detectives who, among other things, had tapped telephone wires and listened to alleged conversations between Nurnburg and Mrs. Dletx. Two months ago Mrs. Dletz consulted a lawyer about obtaining a divorce, but was dissuaded. Nurnbury and Mrs. Dletz, according to testimony, spent part of tho day pre ceding the murder at Highland park to gether. Movements of airs. Diets. The testimony showed further that on the night of the murder Mrs. Dletz did not occupy her bed, as she is said to have told the police; that she was fully dressed when she gave the alarm to the police nnd wore her wig and corsets, which she had never been known to do bofore so early in tho morning and that when the officers arrived they found the milk bottle outside the door, although Mrs. Dletz is said to have told the police that she found the body of her husband after bringing tn tho bottle. Detective Haas, who shadowed Nurn burg at the request of Mrs. Nurnburg. and who testified at the inquest, was ready to repeat his evidence at the hear ing scheduled for this afternoon. Accord ing to his story one of his operatives out In on a telephone conversation between Nurnberg and Mrs, Dletz a few days be fore the murder. Mrs. Dietz, he Bald, asked Nurnburg If he had "that pack age." "Yes," ho quoted Nurnburg as reply ing, "don't talk anymore; everything Is all right." 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