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ILTON & SONS CO. QQERS 1515 HARNEY Ha rdware Specials Monday TOMORROW e put on some more special bargains in Seasonable Goods. Use the Phone We Deliver. Lawn Sprinklers 65c King, special... 65c Elgin 0 epocini . . i buc iiose Nozzle. . . Cherry Stoners Regular 95c -special. .69c Regular 85c special. .59(5 Regular $1.50 Family Scale, with scoop; special Mon. Q2& 2- qt. White Mountain Freezer; special Monday SI. 79 3- qt Freezers at 82.13 Garden Hose H -I rich Olympto Iloae; rep. I fin 12c. special Ivli ?-lnch Tltanlo Hose. res. f On 16c. special Wool Wall Dusters with long handle; 1 1 A. B. Sew Ideal I J GAS RAMfiES It E The most Btnltwr m and econo xa 1 c n, 1 H 0 rs rang made. U It la enameled la- Y& regular $1.00; spe cial Monday. .72c Regular 30c Stanley Screw Driver, 6-lnch; Monday special . .18i Good Paring ltnlfo, highly pol ished stool blade; regular ISc Monday special 0 Butcher Knife, good stool blndo, aluminum handle; Tegular 60c and 8Bc; Monday special. -4Sd and econo m leal ras rang made. It la enameled lo- DIUO UI'U WU. Perfect oontrol over gas flow and tho most perfect baking oven and broiler ever constructed. Special inducements and prices on our PEEUIiKSS and BADGEIt REFRIGERATORS. These refrig erators are white enamel lined, have mineral wool insulation and most Banltary trap system known In refrigerators. Sold on Payments If Desired Hire Causes Delay I The fire of Friday morning, -which destroyed our 1 boiler room, stables and men's pressing department -will delay us only a few days. Monday morning everything will be running smooth and work will be received and delivered in our usual prompt manner. Notice to Sen Who Lostr Clothing If those who'iiEst olotiiirog in the "fire -will call at our office satisfactory adjustment of the loss will be made. No ladies' garments. Fere destroyed. DON'T HESITATE TO SEND IN YOUR WORK Wo need it now and will devote more pains than ever to see that you get the best work that is being turned out in Omaha. Pantorium Quality is the Standard in Omaha and we are going to keep it high. Just phone for an auto.. THE PANTORIUM GOOD CLEANERS AND DYERS." 1515-17 Jones Street. Phone Doug. 963. 13 Reasons For DR. TODD'S Way AH dentistry has for Its object Oral Hygiene. Oral Hygiene is the sanita tion of the mouth. The mouth Is the gateway to the body and should be kept clean. A clean mouth Is only possible with sanitary teeth, Sanitary teeth are whole teeth not half teeth. Sanitary teeth areporcelaln, not metal. Dr. Todd's way Is the whole porcelain, way. It Is TUB way. DR. G. W. TODD, 403 Brandeis Bldg. H all 3. II The Shoe Perfect You need not know shoe values to know that, be cause Hanan shoes are right, because Hanan shoes meet all th6 re quirements that you un consciously demand of a shoe. The shoe for men and women. Drexel 1419 Farnam. A Very Special onday RULES FOR MFFIC SQUAD Has Been Instructed by Ryder to Enforce Bales to Letter. W. H. M'CORD ALSO IS NAMED Has Pull rovrer Mil Aro Ilamnne Officers mi Well Hnd Bappoaetl to Protect Anlmnla from All Abuse. A traffic and humane squad of special officers has been Instructed by Police Conmlsaloner John J. Ryder to enforce trafflo regulations to the letter, compel auto owners to keep their mufflers on, park their machines on the right side of tho street and observe the crossing rules literally. W. H. McCord was appointed by rollce Commissioner Ryder the twelfth member of the traffla squad. The other mem bers aro Mrs. George A. Joslyn, Rev. John Williams, Gould Diets, O. W. Pres ton, Father J. W. Stcnson, Theodore Rlngwalt,. P. C. Heafey, Joseph I Padrnos, Ben Stanley, Major C. F. Hart mann and Frank Diets. This squad of special officers baa full police powers. They are humane officers as well as police and are supposed to prevent, when possible, any violation of the ordinance designed to protect animals from beating and abuse. Police Commissioner Ryder will meet tho squad at luncheon some time next week and will discuss with them the plans which he has proposed to enforce the trafflo and humane regulations. Oastellar School Has Its Exercises Next Wednesday Bight grade, B, at Castcllar school, will hold its class day exercises Wednesday evening. The program will be made up of a play by the students, an address by Superintendent B. U. Graft and songs by the class. Following Is the program: THE RETURN OF ULYSSES. Zeus, Edwin Dalqulst. Hero or Juno, Eva Dalqulst Erls and Plcus, Milan Hotmann. Hymen, Catherine Morris. Pelens, Marie Jorgensen. Thetis. Edla Forslund. Apollo, Howard Mlchaelsen. Arcs, Robert Gornandt Poseidon, Carl Krause. Vulean, Isaac Goldberg. Pluto, Rosco Newhouso Venus Aphrodite, Mytrle Homann. Minerva or Athene, Jessie Brlggs. Paris, Arthur Holman. Menclaus, Robert Brlggs. Nestor, Elizabeth Velechovsky. Agamemnon, Rudolph Rod. Polydron, Bessie TreJbal. Ulysses, Reuben Berllng. Achilles, Alfred Wennlghoff. Euryloclus: Lloyd Johnson, Arthur Hoi man. Agnan, Mary Pas&lck. Praxis, Bertha SlegeL Sater, Myrtle Tracy. Clllx, Gussle Scheror. Katar, Florence Marcley. Kedron, Ester Peterson. Polyphermus, Frank Sachll. Second Cyclops, Emily Kahler. Clrco, Esther Boggs. Vlrso, Margaret Pates. Stlylla, Edith Holsten. Hermes, John Mllota. Telemachus, Roy Mulligan. First Suitor, Anna Relter. Second Suitor, Marie Jorgensen. Penelone. Mildred Wallen. Farewell to Castellar, -delivered by Reu ben uerung, class president. . i Class song , . Address, B, "U. GTaff,-:;superlntendent Presentation of dlnlomas. Dr. E. Holo votchlner, president of Board of Educa tion. America. M ervice No matter how dull the wepk may end up, Dreshors always experfenco a tre mendously busy "M onday Morning" seems as though folks are extra hard on their clothes "over Sunday." Nov;, to meet this extra Monday business, Dreshers have put on what they term a "Spe cial Monday .Morning Wagon Service." No matter where you live Dreshers will get a wagon to you in a Jiffy on Monday A. M. Thus you get your clothes back early in the week; nicely cleaned,' pressed and looking liko now once more. Phsne Tyler 345 Dresher Brothers Cleaners 2211-2213 FARNAM Orkin-BrosfAre to : Celebrate First Year in Their New Store ''It can't Je luck and It can't be wealth It's always living up to our promises, giving everybody' fair and liberal treat mentthat has been the secret of our success. Shrewdness It isn't that for there never was a business with fewer secrets," says Max Orkln of the btg Or kln Bros.' stores, after a year of business in their new store. 'From the smallest acorn planted and properly nourished the largest oak may grow, It has been so with us. We started In a little store at 1610 Douglas street seve and a halt years ago, tak ing over the ready-to-wear business of' O. K." Scotleld. In four short years our business grew so rapidly that we moved into larger and better quarters at 318 and 32a South Sixteenth street. ' "Finding it' impossible to secure ad ditional room after tiro years In the Six teenth' street location we opened negotia tions for this large store and we took charge' of it one year ago. We live up to one, fundamental principles Fair deal and liberal treatment, giving back money If the customer is not satisfied and al lowing4 credit whenever 'asked. And we always, look for a better way to serve our patrons, "We believe we're going to have the .greatest year in history. If s right ahead pf us." rAurlng this week Orkln Bros, will cele brate their first anniversary In thein big department store. They will celebrate It by -putting on a sale which they say will bo a record breaker In the matter of bar gains tfereA. Will of Late Charles Harrier Contested by Brothers and Sisters Brothers and sisters of Charles Harrier of Valley, who died May . 23. leaving S10, 000 to the Methodist hospital of Omaha and about the same amount to his niece, H. Lizzie Shephard of Valley, have Insti tuted action in county court seeking to have the will set aside. . Judge, Crawford announced there would be a hearing July . Albert, Perry O. William, Emily Harrier and Mrs. Alice Rice, all of Valley, and Mrs. Selena Soules of Hollywood, Cel., who started the action' allege that the late Mr. Harrier lacked mental capacity to make a will and that an undue influence was exerted upon h'm. CLUB REFUSES HONORARY MEMBERSHIP TO MINISTER Honorary membership In the Commer cial club has been refused an out-of-town clergyman, the first application of the kind received. The executive committee has been making honorary members of Omaha and South Omaha clergymen, but did not want to Inaugurate a new policy of accepting outside ministers. G. E. Parlsoe, a clergyman of Hastings, Is an honorary member of the club, but was made so because of his activities In the Interests of the state for better roads. He la secretary of the State Good Roads association. JOHN A. SWANSON, Pres. WM. L. IIOLZMAN, Trens. Most Wonderful Sale Summer Apparel Ever Held by Any Omaha Store in the Height of the Season Starts Monday, Jane 16, It Really Seems Maraloai to Secvre Wash Dresses Like These at Thousands of beautiful new summer drosses will bo placed on solo at less than tho aotunl cost of making. Our huyer has mado a groat purchase of fine washablo dressoB from the Philadelphia Dress Oo.t Philadelphia, Pa, Stylos that aro exclu sive and in an almost endless variety. Prices that aro dollars below what othor stores ask for dresses of far loss Btyle and quality merit. This lot of dressoB conshjta of voiles, cropes, marquisottes, lingerie and French linens In natural shades and pretty colors. Den't fray wearing apparel anywhere befere yon see the wonderful values we offer. The savings are tremeadess, Dresses Placed on Sale Monday in Five Great Lots The newest and best styles of the season in all sizes. DRESSES 95c LOT I DRESSES $J90 DRESSES LOT XI Si $212 DRESSES $312 LOT IV- DRESSES $4o LOT V Worth up to $2.00 Worth up to $3.50 Worth up to $4.50 Worth up to $6.50 Worth up to $12.50 Smart, serviceable dresses In all colors, nont low nook stylos. Mads of line ginghams, voiles, tissues, etc. This Is one) of the hand somest collection of wash drosses ever presented at such low prices. High clasa in overy detail of style, fit and workmanship. Monday the Host Important Sales oi the Season Throughout Our Great Departmeat of Women s, Misses and thildren s Wearing Apparel, Imri Floor EXTRA SPECIAL WAIST SALE Buy your season's supply of Waists hero Monday at tho most amazingly low prices. These Waists aro positively this season's newost stylos, all fresh, oloan, crisp. Perfect Fitting Waists mado by best makers. WAISTS WAISTS LOT I WAISTS WAISTS 4t Sfil9J LOT TTT J.XA Worth up : si.uo. to Worth up to $2.00. $3.R0 New Bilk Waists Monday $1.00: Made of waahablo silk. New roll collar. rf - qa Special , J 1 .vU f 2.00 Long Kimonos Monday at 05c Mado of extra flno quality Lawn. Very Qg neat patterns. "Special wuC Worth up to Worth up to $3.50. $5.00. 91. B0 Petticoats Monday at 05o Mado of Haloyon matorlal. Extra well tailored. Special UOC !t.00 White Skirts Monday at 91.00 Mado of Pique and Lin ens. New models. tg Special 1 ,UJ Under Muslins, Fresh Shipment Goes on Sale Monday, Exceptional Values Corset Covers at 23o Made of nainsook, yoko of o val lace. 36c values at ttOC Extra Spoclal Children's drawers. Mado of fine quality cambric, worth 16o. Special for Monday, at..., Women's Drawers at Sic Women's Gowns at 80c -Made Good quality nainsook, ni of nainsook, val, lace qq hemstitched. Special at JL C lnsortlon. 75a values at C Combinations at 05c Com. corset covers and Qtt drawerfl, 75c vals., at JDC 9 Princess Slips Nainsook embroidered yoke, neck and AC C sleeves finished with insertion edge and ribbons. $1.75 vats. 5OC EXTRA SPECIAL your unrestricted choice of Any Cloth Suit in our stock Monday at We handle the leading mokes of corsets. Prices from $1.00 to $5.00 We fit and alter all corsets. Expert corsetiere in charge. Great Reduction on All Our Highest Priced Exclusive Summer Dresses $15, $20, $28, $30 These dresses formerly priced as high as $60.00. Made by foremost mak ors. Mostly copies of imported models. Beautiful lingeries, crepes, imported voiles, fine laces, trimmed with real Irish laces, and beautiful hand embroidery. EXTRA SPECIAL your unrestricted ohoico of Any Cloth Coat in our, stock Monday at $10 MrcAifotfeiria 6ql jRift Former prices up to $85. ladies home journal fattejunb. call for junh issua good dresses, fiuse Former prices up to $10. URE GETS HONORARY DEGREE Oonnty Treasurer Has Master of Arts Conferred Upon Him. HAS SPECIALIZED IN SCIENCE Obt It Particular Attention at Col- lrarc H&a Been Director of the School for Some i Yeara. William O. Ure, A. M., Is tho way the county and city treasurer now ii priv ileged to write his name.' The A. M. stands for master of arts and it is a de gree which was conferred upon him by Monmouth college of Illinois at the com mencement exercises this year. Treasurer Ure left Monmouth college twenty-five years ago this summer after having completed his junior year and envious heads of other departments at the court house say the Monmouth faculty bestowed the honorary degree upon him in recognition of the alleged fact that he has learned as much In twenty-five years as the average student does in his senior year. While in col lege Treasurer Ure specialized in science. Treasurer Ure, for six years has been a member of the Board of directors of Monmouth college. This year he failed to attend the meetings and advantage was taken of bis absence to bestow the honorary degree upon him. ROBERT CLANCY VISITS OLD FRIENDS IN OMAHA Robert J. Clancy", formerly an Omaha newspaper man, but now assistant to the general manager of the Southern l'a catlc, with headquarters In Ban Fran cisco, is in the city for a couple of days, calling on old time friends. He is on hts way home from the east and Is accom panied by Mrs. Clancy, who will remain here a week or ten days. Before going to the Southern Pacaflo, after getting out of newspaper work, he was with the law department of the Union Faclflo a num ber of years. JOHNSON MAY BE TRIED FOR VIOLATON OF THE MANN ACT Harry Johnson, who is In jail at Grand Island under a state warrant, will likely be brought to Omaha within a few days on a federal warrant to answer to the charge of violating the Mann act, or the white slave law. United States District Attorney Howell is drawing a complaint against htm. charging that on December 1, 1912, he waa Instrumental In Inducing Alice 15. Johnson to come from Kansas City to Grand Island for Illicit purposes. HEIRS SUE LODGE FOR THE INSURANCEjWLICY AMOUNT Beven children of Joe B. Hadfeld, who, for many yeara was employed by the Union Pacific railroad here as a ma chinist, and who died October IT, 1912, at Cheyenne, Wyo., have sued the supreme lodge of the Knights of Pythias for U.000 alleged due on a life Insurance polloy.' They allege that he was a member of the lodge In good standing, but that It has denied all liability, Mr. Hadfleld had retired from active work prior to his death. Got n n Awful Fright by fear of appendicitis? Take Dr, King's New Lift Pills, and soon see bowel trouble vanish. Guaranteed. 25 cents. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. Motoroycle Speed Fiends to Be Curbed by Police Orders "Motorcycles are being run with lights out and at a speed of about 100 miles an hour, passengers are being carried on them although they were not built for passengers," said Police Commis sioner Ryder, following a conference with Chief of Police Dunn. "So we've decided to bring the motorcyclists to time." . Chief of Police Dunn haa been in structed by the police commissioner to pinch all' speeding motorcyclists and compel all riders of motorcycles to ob serve every regulation of the police de partment. Commissioner Ryder says its the time of the year when tha motorcyclist be gins to "hit 'er up," take the baby or his best girl for a ride and rip along crowded streets and around square cor ners at a terrifying pace. JOE ATKINS BOUND OVER TO THE DISTRICT COURT Joe Atkins, who on the evening of March 31. entered the room of hjs com mon law wife, Mabel CurtU and threatened to kill her With a razor, waa bound over to the district court Sat urday morning under bonds placed at fl.600. The couple had trouble and upon At kin's threat the Curtis woman jumped to the pavement from a second star' window fracturing both limbs and sus taining Internal Injuries, BBEBF CITY NEWS aieotrie raaa Burgeaa-Granden Co. dUty Uterae Van Oo, Doug. 151, St Soot Print It Now Beacon Press. yon take yon vacation Iwrm your silverware, etc, in Omaha Safe De posit Co.' burglar proof vault 141$ Far nam St L00 per month for a. stood sized package. Trying to Xocat Brother A letter haa been received by the police depart ment from Leslie Gorman of Chicago, asking them to try and find hla brother, Sidney Gorman, aged 20 years. Ttaoher Harts Ser Etna Miss Kilza, beth C. Teats, fourth and fifth jrrad teacher at Druid Hill sohool, ripped her hand open with a penknife while at tempting to remove a rusty pen from the holder. For half an hour Xelluw teachers tried to reach a physlolan and failed. A call for the police surgeon aa sent In from a fire house and the police patrol with two officers went out, 4nd Police Surgeon T. T. Harris took lj stitches In the hand. ILLINOIS CLERGYMAN GETS DIVORCE IN OMAHA F. P. Jolly, lecturer and minister, wht testified that his wife had him arrested In Jollet, lib, for attacking her, but that his congregation signed a statement ex pressing its belief In him was given; a divorce decree by Judge Troup Friday 4ft ernoon. t Mrs. Jolly la still In Jollet Her husband alleged that she was very jealous, that she bad Injured hts reputation and that she refused to live with him, They war married at Sterling, Kan., October, 3M.