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THE HEIO: OM MIA, FRIDAY, MAKOIl 27, 1014.
r5 i 9 AFTERMATH OF EDHOLM CASE Probable that No Action Will Be Brought on Charges Made. TWO WOMEN "APPROACHED" One Identifies One of Her "Vis Itnr" n nn Attorney for Mrs. Kdholm In Her Divorce Proceedings. Published assertions of Mrs. Minnie Dunne, 5St South Sixteenth, and Mrs. LoreUa Moran, "03 South Twenty-fourth street, that they were "approached" by men who attempted to Induce them to Blvo testimony reflecting on Albert Ed holmr the Jeweler, In his recent divorce suit, will not result In apy action by District Judge Sutton, who tried the case, unlkss charges are brought oflclally to his attention, he said today. The Judge declined to comment further on the situation, but attorneys say that any action on his part which was not the result of first hand Information would bo contrary, to legal practice. No charges have been brought officially to the at tention of County Attorney Magncy. Mrs. Moran In an Interview said her "visitors" suggested that she would be. sent on a trip through the east It she would say that she had accompanied Mr. Kdholm on ovcnlng trips In Omaha. She has not Identified her "visitors," but Mrs. Dunne went to Judge Sutton's court room during the trial of the Edholm case and said that the smaller of two men who came to "see" her was one of the at torneys who .represented Mrs. Edholm and that tho other said he was a detec tive. The firm of Bromo & Brome con ducted the case for Mrs. Edholm. The court awarded a decrco of dlvorco to Mr. Kdholm and provided that Mrs. Edholm should pay hor own attorneys. Alimony Of J25.C00 was awarded to her. Counsel for her Indicated that they might take an appeal, but It Is said no decision has been reached as yet on this point. Dr. Searle Indicted by Federal Grand Jury; Given Fine Austin D. Scarles, who was Indicted by a federal grand Jury lost fall, on the charge of using the malls for a scheme to defraud has entered a plea of guilt before Judge W. H. Munger of the United States district court and was fined "$300 and costs. "Dr." Searles, as We was known, advertised an alleged remedy, and circulars and advertising matter, as well as correspondence through the malls with prospective patrons, was Investigated by postal authorities, with the result of the bringing of the case before the federal grand Jury. Dr. Austin H. Searles was also Indicted on tho same charge, but the suit against him was In effect dismissed, while Aus tin D. Searles entered the plea of guilty to the charge and was fined $300, no Jail sentence being Imposed, by Judge W. II. Munger in the United States district court. Spring Style Show " is Huge Success That the co-operattvo spring style open ing Is a big success is now the enthusias tic cry of the leading retailers of Omaha, who have been having a big business thus far during the week of the spring style how: Some ct the largest firms In the city say they sold more goods during the first two davs of the spring style opening this year than they ever did in previous years. They are enthusiastic for the con tinuance of the institution of a co-operative spring style show date. The retailers have profited also by the fortuitous accident which threw the mer chants' marketing week dates coincident with the dates for the spring style show. This has brought in some 400 or WQ mer chants from out In tho state, many of whom brought their wives and daughters. These have patronized the local retail stores freely and have bought freely of outfits for themselves whllo they were In the city, to lay In a -supply from the wholesalo houses for their customers at home. The sales of the retailers during style show week have exceeded even the most optimistic expectations of the retailers who planned the co-operative opening. At that the week Is only a trifle more than half over, and the out-of-town people did not como In much before Tuesday evonlng. DRUGGISTS' CASES BEFORE, COMMISSIONERS MONDAY Monday morning at 9 o'clock city com mlsslonerp will again take up tho cases of druggists accused of violating the liquor laws by selllnsr whisky without re quiring the purchaser to sign his name In a register kept for that purpose. Hearing of the cases has been postponed because of the Illness of Mayor Dahlman. The. mayor, his physician says, will be out Saturday afternoon. TBI' 111 How to Make Better Cough Syrup than ITou Can Buy EL A Family Supply, Raving: mid Fully Guaranteed, m in MEsa A full pint of cough syrup as liiuch as you could buy for $2.50 can easily be made at home. You will find nothing that takes hold of the ordinary cough more quickly, usually conquering it in Bide of 24 hours. Excellent, too, for spasmodic croup, whooping cough, bron chial asthma and bronchitis. Mix one pint of Granulated sugar with 46 pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put xh ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) In a pint bottle, then add the Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or three hours. This is just laxative enough to help relieve a cough. Also stimulates the appetite, which is usually upset by a cough. The taste is pleasant. The effect of pine and sugar syrup on the inflamed membranes is well known. Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compound of Norway white pine extract, rich in xuaiacol and other natural healing pine elements. Other prepara tions will not work in this combination. This Pinex and Sugar Syrup remedy has often been imitated, but the old suc cessful mixture has never been equaled. It is now used In more homes than any other cough remedy. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. Your druggist bai Pinex, or will get it for you. If not, send to The Pinex Co., Ft Wayne, Ind. Attorneys Attack Manner of Choosing Grand Jury Members An attempt to Invalidate Indictments returned by the recent Douglas county grand Jury1 on technical legal grounds hss been begun In district court by At torneys Brome & Drome In behalf of Wesley Card, charged with perjury. If the effect succeeds the Indictment against Clinton Brome, charged with subornation of perjury In connection with another case, will fall, as will also sixty other true bills. It Is alleged In a plea of abatement filed by Brome & Brome that the mem bers of the Board of County Commis sioners separately prepared lists of Jury man from which the grand Jury was drawn, and that Instead the commission ers all should have worked together on tho same lists. It Is also asserted In the "pica" that the' correct proportlo'n of Jurors to voters In the various precincts was not strictly observed. For these alleged reasons, Brome and Brome ask the court to In validate the Indictments. It Is asserted In the Bromes' "plea" that part of the names on the commis sioners' Jury lists are those of men under 5 years old, and that some are of foreign birth and not naturalized, and the asser tion Is made that Samuel Balttzo, a mem ber of the grand Jury, Is a citizen of Russia, and that Krnost Adams Is only 23 years of age. Tho allegation also Is made that an editorial In The Bee, giving out tho In formation that pressure was being brought to bear to prevent tho returning of Indictments, Influenced the members of tho grand Jury In returning true bills. John T. Yates Grove of Woodmen Circle Has Annual Banquet About fifty members of the John T, Yates grove of the Woodmen Circle at tended the ninth annual banquet held at the Loyal hotel at noon. Tho honor guests Included John T. Yates, Supreme Ouardlan Emma B. Manchester, Dr. . B. Cloyd and Dora Alexander, supreme clerk. Mr. Yatci spoke briefly nnd paid high compliments to the progress made by the order during the last year and Introduced Mrs. Manchester with the assertion that It was due to hor efficiency that such good had been accomplished. In reply the supreme guardian modestly dis claimed too much credit, but Insisted that tho loyalty of each member of the order spelled Its success. Each of the guests present spoke and the general sen timent expressed was one of satisfaction with the affairs of the grovo and order A theater party to tho Orpheum woa held at tho conclusion of the feast. BIG C0FFMAN RANCH IN CUSTER COUNTY IS SOLD Another of the very .larne ranches of western Nebraska has passed Into his tory. The .ranch of 6,320 acres In Custer county formerly owned by Dr. Victor II. Coffman located north of Oconto, has Just been sold by Harry Tukcy. P. C. Hanson of Ixiup City bought it. The con sideration Is not made public, although It Is known that the ranch has long been valued at 1W,000. Dr. Coffman bought the ranch quite a number of years ago. His son. Weir D. Coffman, managed the ranch until his death In 1906. At the time of the sale Mrs. V. II. Coffman owned the property. It Is understood that the ranch will now be divided Into four or five smaller tracts by Mr. Hanson. This Is only another Instance of the general tendency that has beenu operat ing -for years of dividing tho ranches of tho west Into smaller farms and driving the cattle Industry farther west or out of business entirely. This ranch lies along both sides of the Loup river, and almost adjoining the property now owned and operated by Harry O'Neill, formerly of Omaha. Simpplnfr tin nn Aid to Sprlntr I Innnr cleaning. When you start to clean house and fix up the yard, you will find the Swappers' column a good place to offer alt thoso articles you cannot use and which you had Intended to consign to tho Junk pllo or garbage pall. There are other swap pers who can use them and who will be glad to mako a swap with you. SOCIAL SETTLEMENT MAKES GOODLY SUM ON MUSICALE The Social Settlement realized 133 from the benefit muslcale given by the Ama teur MuBical club at the home of Mrs. F. A. Nosh. Tuesday afternoon. A meeting of the membership commit tee of the Social Settlement was held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. W. F. Baxter. Mrs. J. II. Dumont and Mrs. Philip Potter addressed the meeting on the work of the association. Five new captains were named Mrs. Harvey New- branch, Mrs. Bernard Capen, Misses Qretchcn MrConnell, Genie Patterson and Marion Kuhn. The remaining captains are Meudames Edgar Scott, Joseph Polcar, W. F. Baxter, E. A. Benson, M. I. Crelgh, A. C. Stokes, 11. B. Lemere, II. Hlller and Misses Anna Fry, Helen Scoble and Kathcrlne Moorhead. AGED MAN IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT AND BATTERY That "boys will bo boys" was demon strated In police court when U. B. Fletcher, Thirty-seventh and Fort Omaha avenuer appeared and filed a complaint of assault and battery against John Bas romb, aged 70 years, living at Thirty-sixth and Newport avenue. The belligerents were fighting over Fletcher's rights to a piece of rented property adjoining the Bascomb place. SATURDAY IS CARNATION DAY FOR STRICKEN CHURCH Mayor James C. Dahlman has Issued a proclamation fixing Saturday, March 2S, as carnation day on the streets of the city for the benefit of tho building fund of Plymouth Congregational church, which was entirely destroyed In the tor nado. I For tbr Stomach nnd I.Iver. I. N. Stuart. West Webster, N. T.. writes: "I have used Chamberlain' Tab lets for disorders of the stomach and liver off and on for the past five years, and It affords me pleasure to state that I bare found thera to be Just as repre sented. They are mild In their action and the results have been satisfactory, I value them highly." All dealers. Advertisement LACES at 12c 9 and lS-ineh shadow loco flounclngs, laco corsot coverings, edges and bandB. Worth regularly up to 26c a yard. Exceptionally good values, Friday, on -t ty mnin floor, y.trd iC PORTIERES. Single Sunfast andl tap estry portieres. An Im mense lot Including qual Mien regularly worth up to 13 and even JS.50 a pair. Special ofrer - r s for Friday In fh I Rfl basement, each.7 v SILK REMNANTS. Accumulated from our rocent special sales, Lengths for dresses, coats, petticoats, waists nnd child ren's frocks, 2 to C yards. Widths up to 40 Inches. About HALF PIUCE Main Floor. LAOE CURTAINS. This lot comprises only about 600 pairs. All are high grade laco curtains, regularly selling up to J2.50 a pair. While they last, Friday In basement, at. rr I each OiC KID GLOVES. Womon's long and short kid gloves, seconds or mended. Formerly worth 3 or 4 tlmos more than the selling price. E? Pair OOC Friday Sale of Women's Suits Worth $12.50, $13.50 and $15 all at $ Several hundred very smart prlng suit for women and misses In flno rvrges, crepos, diagonals mul silk poplins, In al (he now tango shades, browns, blues, etc Plain and fancy ef fects with Jaunty short Jncket and new draped efi.i-ts In skirts. Big variety of styles from which to slrct. Doubt less one of the best lots we hue offered this fcenson. Begtilar values M2.u0. and tlS.50 and 15. Offered for Friday In th basement at New Spring Coats S A LAOE EDGES. Also lnsertings to match In all linen torchons and dainty French and German val laces. A great variety of styles. Vol Men rnmilnrlv up 10 iuc. special Friday, main floor, at, yard !a.y:2-c Worth $6.50, $7,50, $8.50, Women's aud misses' spring coats in now mixtures, serges, silks and satins. Several hundred of them, Including long and short ones, In tho best now stylos and colors. Itcgularly worth $G.60, $7.50. $S.G0 and oven $10. On sale in basoment Friday, at $1.08. 4! Pretty New Dresses S Jj 98 Worth $7.50, $8.50 at A special lot of n00 very pretty now stylo drossos of taffeta, mcs snllno, poplin nnd foulard, in all the now colors nnd changeable shndos. Sovoral doion styles In all Blies. Actually worth $7.60 and JS.50. On sale Friday In bnsomont, at $1.1)8. UNION SUITS. Women's fine cotton union suits. Umbrella knee stylos. Regular 29c ralues. Spoclally priced for Friday in base- i g ment, at, suit. . . IOC for Children's Spring Coats Worth to $3 New t-prlng c ivt of .mixture and plain color fabrics In many of the most desirable styles for girls 2 to 6 and 6 to 14 years, at about one-half the usual prices. In tho basement Friday at Sl.09. Friday Sale of Pretty Wash Waists Only Q Women's white nnd colored wash waists. Long or short sloeves. Low necks or high collars, Alt good, up-to-date stylos. Regularly ID worth 75c. Special Friday In the basement Be Basement Silk Scct'n, 60c nil silk mcs- QQn salines $1 27-Inch fancy 1Q n dress silks I3 tic 24-Inch dress CQn foulards 05U Plain and fancy OQn silks nt REMNANTS. 3.600 yards of high grade dress goods In a splendid range of pop ular weaves. All good lengths. Serges, whipcords, Toklo and French wool crepes, etc. At spe cial prices. Mnln Floor. SILK SAMPLES. Manufacturer' house samples, over ZOO different styles of slks represented in the lot. Priced accord ing to size and quality ot rlcce. Mnln "1 fk Or floor .nt, 1UC-5DC each SILK SPECIAL. 23 to 27-Inch fancy dress silks; also 24-inch spot-proof foulards and 3C-lnch tub silks. A splendid lot of silks, regularly worth to $1, Friday special, at, a fCg yard OJC High Glass Silks. Handsome brocades, silk and wool poplins, moire velours, all silk satin char tneuKC, In all the prevailing shades. 40 Inches wide, $i-59-$i-79-$i-95 ETAMINES. Two cases of remnants. Includ ing such popular weavos as ota mlne, scrim, not and cretonne. Those are remnants of the 20c to 39c grades. Whllo they g last, In basement, yard. .. ,11 C Remnants Laces. Sample pieces and rem nants of laces and trim mings. Shadow lace cami sole corset coverings, all overs, fancy gold bands and flounclngs. to lU-yard lengths. VKi Worth to 1. ea. Millinery in the Basement P.y specializing on moderate price millinery In tho Hasoment. wo are able to give you copies of artistic and expensive models nt surprlsluBl low cost. Ve now havo hundred of pretty hats In the new idiapes. now braids, new straws und new colors, at 81.80, 81.90. $3.60 and SO. GO, Including stylos that ire actually worth up to $6. New Hat Trimmings All thi) latest novelty effects In ostrich, flower cluster and wreaths, pompoms, roses, lilacs, sweetpeas, etc. A special showing Fri day at sac. 39o nnd 49c. Muslin Wear Specials Flue lot corset covors. drawers and brnnrlerrs. Including dainty new gar ments. Regularly worth to 60c. Ill the basrmont Friday at 18o. Ilegular 25c branslcreii In all slxov On sale In basement Friday at 10c. Women's good quality muslin draw ers In all elr.cH. In the basement at 16o. Child's Rompers 19c Children's colored wnsh dresses and rompers In checks, plaids, stripes and plain colors, for ages 2 to 6 years. Uegularly worth 3c. In tho base ment Friday, nt 19o. ' ' S Just twenty-five pieces of Pa cific mills 54-lnch well known cos tumo serge. All the leading spring shades Including black. Priced on tho main floor Friday, 7Ckf at, yard C EMBROIDERIES. Sample strips Including edges, lnsertings, galloons and bands in lengths of 1 & to 2 yarda. All fine quality embroideries, thai sell up to 35c, Friday -i r special, each IOC WOMEN'S VESTS. Swiss ribbed sleeveless veats of fine cotton. All sues for women. Garments regularly worth 12Hc Ex tra, good values. Priced for Friday, 1 the ft &e.n.t...a.,: .8c CHILD'S "M" WAIST3. The well known "M" knit waists for children. All sizes. Garments that sell everywhere for 15c each. Extra special for Friday in the basement, at, q each SC Lawns and Batists. 6 l-2c Fancy corded lawns und batistes In pretty floral nnd Jouy dcslgnn for dainty summer frocks. Hundreds ot yards In rtilll lengths. Fri- fit, ft day In the basement nt, yd., Wash Goods, 5c Sample pieces of plain and fancy wash fabrics in various novolty weaves. A great lot on sale C Friday at, each piece Tissues, 3 l-2c Mill remnants of woven tissue. Some are lnperfect. Many desirable styles and patterns. In the Q.n basement, Friday, yard.... MU Curtain Materials, 18c Mercerized novelty curtaltv nets, scrim and etamtne In medium and heavy grades. All desirable lengthx An immense lot on basement I Qn bargain square nt, yard...... wu $12!? Blue Serge Suits, $81 Men's bjhI young men's all wool blue serge suits In two and three-button models. Excellent quality and workman ship, and regularly worth up to J13.50. 8Uo 34 to 4 4. On sale Friday In the bnnetnent at $8.00. Sale of Men's Suits at $5.00 Good, practical suits In staple colors for hard service. All slics for men and young men. Values pp to $8. B0. Spe cial Friday In the basement, at S3. Three Bargain Lots of Pants aa OQ Pure, all wool worstod pants In all sixes. Tlegu- tiu larly worth 13.80. In baaement, at 12.39. $1 Qfl Men's flno worsted, tweed and cashmere pants In I lUO an ew patterns. All rlr.es 32 to 48. Worth up to 13. Frl'tay In the banoment at J 1.03. A I cn Men's heavy weight worsted pants In all good (f IbUW colors and sixes. Ilcgularly worth to S.50. sale Friday In the basement, at 31.50. Hen's union made ovsrolls and jaoksts. Special, In bassmsnt, at 40o. On WOMEN'S HOSE. Women's fine cotton hos iery with double heels and toes. Plain black or black with ma co feet. Fast color. All sizes. Every pair an extra (rood value. Special. In bone- r ment, pair Sale of Wash Goods, Worth to 50c, Friday, Yard, Ono of the most prominent eastern manufacturers of high cost tub dresses sold to us at a great loss his entire stock of fancy wash fabrics, Included are all the waist lengths, all tho dress lengths and all the part bolts and full bolts of silk and cotton ratine plain and fancy woven voiles and tissues novelty silk and cotton fabrics dress linens printed dimities and voiles French organdtos stylish cropes, etc. All In one great lot. Values actually up to 50c a yard. In our great basoment salesroom Friday, at, yard, 7J4c. 1 If BED SPREADS. For single beds. Fine quality crochet spreads with horn or fringe. Regu larly worth 11.00. Very special In the base-pff. ment. Friday, at. OJC each. ORASH TOWELING. Brown crash toweling. Makes up splendidly for roller towels. Very serviceable 17 Inches wide. Quality that sells regularly for 8c, special In tho basoment C Friday, at,yard OC HUOK TOWELS. These aro mill ends ot huck towels that would actually bo worth 10c each If perfect. Cholco of the entire lot Frl- a day In the base- C ment, nt. each FRENCH SUITINGS. Now check and plaid Buttings, representing French Ideas, Scotch clans, grenn and blue effects and tho smart black and white. In cluding some rA $o AC stUnnlng plaids AI.OJj-tBi.IiJ for sport coats., t t CHILD'S HOSE. Misses' and children's fine and heavy ribbed school hosiery with double heels and toes. Fast color. Specially priced for Friday In the basemont, at, a o 1 pair Ol2"C RIBBONS. Taffeta ribbons. Extra quality. Black, white and colors. Suitable for mil linery or hair bows. 3H and 4 Inches wide. In the basement, 1 Friday, at, yard . . . V 25 Friday Specials in Basement Shoe Section Women's Pumps and Oxfords In tani and blacks. Odds and ends from our big sale of the pant week. Worth 32.60 a pair. Friday special, at 7Bo. Women's Oxfords and Pumpi, Tan ana dull leathers, also patent. In all sizes, Spendtd vaues for double the price wu ask. Piled on basement bargain square Friday for clearance, ot 91 and S3. Kittle dents' Patent leather Oxfords In blucher lace styles. Well made and excellent for service. 11.76 vulues, at 91. Oatln Slippers which are slightly soiled. Flat silk bow styles or with chiffon pompoms. Worth regulary 32.50 and 13. About one hundred pairs In thtt lot. Friday at COo. for Boxes Containing 96c Worth of Notions OncJmrctte. Worth 16c, Oneyi'a''' net. Worth 6c. One paper pins. Worth 3c. One holt tape. Worth 3c. One card buttons. Worth 6c. One hat pin. Worth 2c. Ono belt length. Worth 10c. i One pair shoe laces. Worth Sc. One glunt pin card. Worth Cc. Total Value, 96c One spooi red mark ing cotton, worth 2c rOne card safety pins. Worth 3c. One card hooks and eyes, worth sc. One box shell hair pins. Worth 10c. One spool banting thread. Worth 2c Two pkgs. wire hair plna. Worth 6o. One card snap fasteners. Worth 6c. One spool machine thread. Worth 6c. One card collar stays. Worth 6c- lOne key ring and chain. Worth 6c. (2f 25G SPRING SUITXNCJS. Oabardlno weaves, scbas topols, diagonals In new spring weaves, costumo merges, crepons, melanges, fnncy checks. Worth fully one-third more. Jt Bargain square, J7 Q yd., 49c, 6Do and. " " DRESS PATTERNS. 38-Inch serges, whipcords, gran lto suitings, black and white checks, fancy suitings, cropes and batistes. Each pattern contains amplo material for suit, df 05 etc. Main floor, each . . p X SUITING SERGE. 36-lnch Pacific Mills suiting sergo In navy, brown, Danish blue and black. Aa long as two cases last, In the base- m r 1 ment. Friday. I r at, the yard.... S RIBBONS at 15c. Fancy warp print ribbons In pretty floral of focts and good color ings. Can be used In many ways, for bags, caps, hair bows, etc. 4 inches wide. A big offer -t f for Friday, at, yard.... IOC MEN'S SHIRTS. Neat patterns for spring. Pleated or pluln bosom shirts, Some with soft collars attached, or neckband style. Good materials Worth n r 69c regularly. .Special Frl- r day, In basement, each MEN'S UNION SUITS. Mon's spring weight cotton union suits. Short sleeves. Well made and carefully sized. An un usual offer for Friday In base ment, at. a OA garment muC WORK SHIRTS. Men's work shirts of good qual ity luue chambray, black sateen and fancy madras, Extra well made. All good colors. (Jhlrts worth a mt 05c at leust. Friday In the tLf basement, at, each DRESS GOODS. Two cases of mill ends repre senting every stylo of spring dresa goods In a good range of colors. Lengths from 2tt to 6 yards. Ac cording to length. 1Q QRi Basement, each liL"JUt Maud Howe Elliott Lectures Here April 1 Mrs. Maud Howe Elliott of Newport, It. I., Is to arrive In Omaha from St. ixiula the morning of April 1. She Is to bo mot at the station by a delegation of women, who are to take her In charge and entertain for her at a big luncheon at noon, In tho evening she Is to give an address on "Women In Politics" nt the American theater under the auspices of tho local Progresilve club. Mrs. Elliott Is one of the active women In public life. She Is leader of the women progressives of Hhodo Island. She Is tho daughter of Julia Ward Howe, BISHOP BRISTOL IS SAID TO BE SOMEWHAT IMPROVED Serious heart trouble Is the principal aliment of IJIshop Frank A. Bristol of tho Methodist church, who was stricken III at- Chicago, but Is now Improving. Omaha Methodists have just been In formed that the bishop's heart action was badly Impaired by an attack of acute Indigestion. Tho result will be that al though he will soon be able to come to his home here, his official duties may not be taken up for several months becanri of his weakened condition. The trouble started with a bad sea trip from Porto Rico, where he had been conducting & conference of the church. Do You Fear Constipation f Dr. King's New Discovery will help cure your cough or cold no matter how chronic It Is. Try It today. 60c and 11. All druggist. Advertisement. Great Sale of Wall Paper Begins Monday, March 30. Wo secured from tho Monarch Wall Paper Co. of Chicago, two car loads of high grado now papers at 40c on the dollar. The stock comprises all fresh, new, artistic papers, of best qualities. All will be placed on sale Monday at greatly re duced prices, enabling you to Biipply your needs at savings of about on'e-half. Watch Sunday papers for announcement. THE BRANDEIS STORES Shipment of Citrus Fruit Very Heavy Shipment of citrus fruit out ot Califor nia has now reached its heaviest stags and ar. average of eighty cars per duy are being handled by the Union Pacific. The shipments are expected to continue at about this rata during the next six weeks. Into Omaha the Union Pociflo Is now handling two trains of oranges, lemons and grape fruit a day. Here the fruit Is diverted and sent In every direction, with large quantities going Into cold storage, where It will be hild by the commission men until later In the season. Up to now this year's crop of Califor nia citrus fruit has moved to a large ex tent over the southern route. NOW, how ever, through Arizona and New Mexico the weather has become so hot that the Icing of cars Is necessary, and as a re sult about everything Is taking a north ern route. DR. J. F. FRANCIS BEING HELD FOR INVESTIGATION Dr. J. F. Francis of New Tork Is being held at police headquarters pending an Investigation aa to where he procured a large quantity of cocaine, morphine, hypo dermic needles and safety razors found in his possession when arrested Wednes day. Thefts from local wholesale con cerns handling these articles have been reported recently. Complete New Stock of Manhattan Shirt3 Big Sale of Men's Shirts Saturday at $100 These Shirts were purchased from a leading manufacturer specially for this semi-annual event. They are well worth $1.50, $2 and $2.50. All are good styles and excellent ma terials. In one big lot Satur day at $1.00. On Bale in Old Store Business Opportunities These ads will start you on the road to wealth