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BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1914. I 57 2 E tr cr 3 3 5 i 8 2 m 1 4. I J A Large Shipment of Wash Skirts and Dresses Received Monday These are offered for your selection tomorrow Wednesday. There are dresses of crepe, cotton voile, linen and percale. The prices are very moderate starting at $3.95 with exceptional values for $6.50, $7. BO, $10.30 and $12.50 Other Summer Dresses to $45 Wash Skirts from $5 to $10.50 The June Clearaway of Suits Sharper reductions of the number that havo not sold. We are offering these wonderful values on the suits carried by Thompson, Belden & Company during their regular season: $12.75, $16.50, $18.50, $21.50 Many desirable coats are offered for $10.50 and $14.50. Children's Gauze Under wear for Summer - Ohildrcn's Gauze Vests, for 12i2o Children's Gauze Union Suits for 50c Boys' Shirts and Drawers, regularly 25c, special, 19c Third Floor. HOMttXD AMD ftiXTECNTH CTRCCTS r g PLUMBERS PUT UP BOND President of Iowa Association is First to Respond. COURT- (JIVES UNTIL JULY 7 Voting Mnchliics Oprniit'J. In Dew 3Iolnr to Ascertain Correetheaa of Count nml Tliry Are foil ml to He Correct. SrHFroma tiUffdorrespondnnt. VE9 MQINK9,'' ta'duno 9.-(Speclal TlgTnrfl,)-irobert 'knauir president of the Iowa Association of Master Plumbers, and his son, It. E. Knauer of Hoonc, nro tho first of tho thirty-six master plum bers indicted for conspiracy' by the fed eral grand Jury, to put up bond. Doth men came voluntarily to tho federal building and put up the 12,000 bond that Is required In the cases. AU of 'those' Indicted have until July 7 to put up bonds for their appearance at the fall term of tho district court- VotliiK Stuphlura Correct. A controversy having arisen as. to who was nominated for democratlo candidate tor congress in this .district, tho board of aupecvlsors today ordered examina This Label on Merely because underwear hit tAnH dqes npt nuke U "Poroiknlt.' Without our libel it is not genuine "Poroiknh. No-Limit Guarantee Chalmers "Porosknlt" !i guaranteed unconditionally ( bond with every garment) at follovni "It or tirmtntbcHnt lbs (taalne Chlmtr 'forotknlt' label, aaii not Musptd 'Second' or Inpcrltct Mroit the hbtl, lll la lve y pa Us eott vlue la nnderwctr Mtliue tloa. irtura It dlrtot to at sod we Mill revUes It or refund yoar mBr U(ladio pofUtt." JJJ r i " ' ' "'' ' ' ' ' ' FOR . B ' ' FOR : MAN mW BY 3 n 9 I CHALMERS KNITTING COMPANY - Amiterdam, N.Y. Alt U.Un CUtmtn Strit NtUU tUUJ VUu Stilt, FU eu4 WIbUt fthU FISTULA XTcbraska and low. R. TARRY - - 240 Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb. QRy E. Printed Voiles 40 inches wide, white or tinted ground, newest do signs and colorings, includ ing a line of stripes, 25c yard Basement Wash Goods Section. tion ot machines in two precincts of Des Moines to sco If the count had been prop erly reported and found that no mlstako had been made.' Tho recount of ballots In some other counties- may affect the roHUlt. ,n pno ward of Wlntorfot u re count , showed, fourteen less majority for John Mulvaney over C. S. Cooter, tho latter making the demand for recount. Four Men in Race For Dem Nomination (From A H tuff Correinondj.nl) . LINCOLN, Neb,. Juno D.-(Hpeclal.)- Tlie.fllliiff ornichard L. Metcalfe for the democratic nomination for srovcrnor reached tho office of the secretary of stato late yesterday afternoon and Is cow snugly reposing In the filing box In tho secretary's desk. The petition which accompanied tho filing contains the names of twenty- eight Douglas county democrats who are responsible for tho filing. The first namo on the petition Is C. O. Cunningham, while others are Senator John II. Orossmann, C. 8. Montgomery, William F. Itaxter, George A. Magner and John A. Mc8hane. This mnkeafour candidates for tho democratlo nomination. Governor More head, John G. Maher and George W. TJerge being the others'. Every Garment LIglitnctt, ntlnttt, elasticity and value hare Joined In making Chalmers Toroiknlt to vtldeljr popular. It It made in all styles. The Union Suitt are especially comfortable. They have eiattlcity In the teat hence cannot "cut" in the crotch. Get jtur tulta now, Ask your dealer. Write for Htadwsi Beak of All Stjlu FOR HOI 50c FOR KIN n.oo , Any Style Shlrta and Drt FOR ROTS 25c FOR BOTS 50c per garment Union Suits Any Sty la PAY WHEN CURED rtlca and AU Xaotal Slataasa cured without the knife, rarmaaeut eorea roarantMd. Writ for rrea Uluatratsa bUk ou JUrUl Diseases a4 tesUmon lata of huuoreda of cured nttlanta In WEAK RAILSJREAT MENACE Expert Places Blame for New Haven Wreck at Westerly. TRANSVERSE FISSURE IN HEADS Type of Hall Uanl li" Corporation nnrt Mnnr Other Not Strong UnotiRh to Ileslat Strain on Them. WASHINGTON, Juno 9,-ln a report to tho Interstate Commerce commission to day on the calif ft of the wreck of the New York, New Haven A: Hartford pas senger train near Westerly, It. I.. Oc tober , 1913, It. W. Belnap, chief In spector of safety appliances, finds that derailment of tho train was due to a broken rail. Tho wreck resulted In the Injury of seventy-four passengers and three employes. Mr. Uelnap declared Investigation had shown that the rait fractured under the New Haven tialn by reason of the pres. ence of transverse fissures In Its head, caused by "high wheel loada with their attending; strains." The Inspector further reported that the presence In the New Haven track ind continued use of mils of tho same or similar construction and exposed to the saine service conditions "Is a source of danKer." In connection with his report Mr. Eel nap pointed out that derailments caused by broken rails since July 1, 1901, num bered 2,782. In which 173 persons lost their lives, C.004 were Injured and dam auea agKregated 13,237,783. WILL NOT DEMAND WAR INDEMNITY MM MEXICANS (Continued rrom Page One.) Everything that has been advanced by the American delegates in their proposals for peace has been contingent upon ulti mate constitutionalist approval, eo that there Is a confidence In many quarter that agreement with the constitutionalist will not be a difficult task, even It they do not join the conferences. The medi ators are confident today of reconciling the counter proposals of the American delerates with those ot the Mexican. The Antllla Incident is not entirely closed, but it has passed the danger stag und cannot disrupt the proceedings. After a long conference between the mediators and the Mexican delegates It Was learned that the counter proposals ot the United States were not entirely satisfactory, but the Mexican delegates expressed confidence that In a few more conversations the points of disagreement would be adjusted. I WON'T DENY CABINET TO GO Illanquet Declines to Slake nnjr Hlntrmi-nl na to nmlRnntlon, MEXICO CITY, Juno 8. (Delayed In Transmission.) Ucneral Aurellnno Hlan quot,' minister for war, when questioned tonight concerning rumors as to the resignation or tne Mexican cabinet and whether there was any truth In them, us far us ho was concerned, declined to make nny statement. In reference to the proposed blockade c- Tamplco by tho federal gunboats', Gen eral gianquei said' that! although It had been suspended, the original decree had not been rescinded Ho declined to com ment on dispatches from Washington stating that the American government would not recognize tho blockade A presidential decrco suspending the federal blockade of Tamplco appeared In this evening's Issue of tho Dlarlo Offi cial. It declares that as tho Mexican dele gates' to the mediation conference at Nia gara Falls are negotiating for the main tenance of the condition of things es tablished when ' mediation v,as initiated with respect to the receipt ot arms ami ammunition by tho constitutionalists, tho decree establishing a blockade of Tam plco It declared In abeyance. General Illanquet would not discuss the reported evacuation of O'uaymaa by the federal troops- under General Joaquin Telia. General Ignaclo Moreloa Zaragoza, 'with the fe&eral troops, who defended Tam plco so. long agulnat tho constitutionalists, arrived today at 1'achucn, capital ot tho state of Hidalgo, three hours' Journey by rail from the federal capital. Provisional President Huerta today re viewed the natural guards and lancers In Chaupultepeo park. He was accompanied by Dr. Ignaclo Alcocer, minister ot the Interior, and General Carlos III neon Gal lardp, chf ot the rural guards. TAMPICO, Mex., June 8.-(Uy way ot Brownsville, Tex., Juno 9.) Pretldent Huerta'a so-called blocadlng squadron, which arrived off Tamplco this morn ing, vanished from view this evening: without having an opportunity to estab lish officially the proposed blockado against this port. Tho two Mexican gunboats, the Bravo and tho Zaragoza, hoisted anchor and steamed southward at B o'clock, accom panied aa before by the American cruiser Tacoma, and the gunboat, Sacramento. Their destination was not stated, but It was supposed to be Coatzacoalcoa. Immediately after arrival of the Mexi can gunboats this morning, Rear Admiral Mayo, In command of the American naval forces here, summoned the captain ot the Zaragoza aboard tho battleship Minnesota and Informed him that instructions of the utmost Importance had been received from Washington, with orders to com municate the same to the Mexican com mander. Details of these Instructions were not revealed, but It Is understood they In formed the Mexican captain that the Washington government would not penult any Interference with the traffic 'of the port nor permit the Mexican gunboats to enter the Panuco river. Th only communication from bo- with the gunboats occurred during the afternoon, when a tug went out to the Zaragoza with constitutional officials, who offered the proposition that both vessels transfer their allegiance to the constitutionalists. Ammunition la Held Up. WASHINGTON, June 9.-At the cab inet meeting the question of ammunition reaching the constitutionalists from the United States was the chief subject of discussion and Secretary of Commerce Redfleld was. directed to hold up at Oal veston the cargo of arms consigned to Carranza's agents, which Is enroute to the Texas port on the Morgan liner El Sud, The ship cleared for Galveston and was to tranthlp the cargo to 'a ship of the oIvln line for Tamplco. As Secre tary Redfleld left the White House he said he would at once notify the cus toms officers at Galveston to hold the ammunition there. The president and the cabinet learned from the collector ot customs at BalU- more that the Hamburg-American liner Arcadia was loading there 10,(M worth of ammunition consigned to Hamburg. The collector reported that he believed the consignment notice waa a subterfuge and the the ammunition actually was destined for Mexico. As to the Antllla there was considerable discussion In the cabinet and It was de clared no directions had been sent relat ing to permitting It to land Its cargo of ammunition at Tamplco. Cnrrnnait nt Snltlllo. 8AL.TIL.I.O, Coahulla, Mexico, June 7. (Via Kt Paso, June 9.) General Car ranza was given a tremendous ovation upon his arrival here tonight. The con stitutionalist commander was dined by General Pablo Gonzales, commander of the eastern military zone, who arrived beforo Carranza from Monterey, which he captured. Britten Would Put Crimp in Going Out on Lecturing Tours WASHINGTON, June 9.-Becretary Tlrvnn'a lartllrA tnllrM rrnnnwt tin In thn house today again, when Itenrcsentatlve ! Britten of Illinois, republican, Intro- duced ft. bill to make it a Penal offense for any cabinet officer, head of clerk .of a government department to lecture for pay, other than actual hotet and travel ing expenses and to prohibit senators or representatives from lecturing for pay while congresa la In session. Offenders voutd be fined 110,009 or Imprisoned for two years or suffer both penalties. Mr Drltten launched a broadclde in a statement accompanying his bill In which he spared no political party, and Included Senator La Kollette and Representative Murdock. "This bill wa prepared last September, but waa not Introduced whin Secretary Bryan formally declared that he would lecture no more during tho period," he said. "The recent announcement frdm Xtilladelphla that several members ot congress and the distinguished secretary of state had signed contracts for a period of lectures beginning July 1, Is responsi ble for my bllL "I am at a loss to understand how -tho secretary can consistently leave his of flee when a state of war practically ex ists between this country and Mexico ani the foreign policy ot our government Is being laughed at by every civilized na tion on earth. This certainly Is no time for -Mr. Bryan to be hiking around the country doing one night stands with Tyrolean yodlers, contortionists and sleight of hand artists and 1 am equally opposed to members ot congress doing this sort of thing when congress ia in session." South Dakota is Hit by a Bunch of Small Tornadoes HURON, S. D., June 9. Eight tornadoes about ten miles north and northwest of Wesstncton this afternoon damaged farm buildings. Twisters near Sheffield And southeast ot Huron also did much dam age. Heavy rains havo fallen, here, nlno Inches In a week, and tho town Is flooded. Farmers In ,the vicinity of St. Law rence and Miller, west ot Wesslngton, are reported to havo sustained heavy prop erty damages. Some llvo stock was killed, but the most serious damage waa caused by the destruction of buildings. Reports of slight crop damage due to the hoavy rains of tho last week were received fronv some districts. Although wire communication was un certain tonight It was not believed deaths resulted from1 today's storms. ST, PAUL, Minn., June 9. Severn wind and rain storms visited sections of Min nesota, western Wisconsin and North and South Dakota late today and tonight, overturning barns, destroying small buildings and putting out ot commission telegraph and telephone wlrps, according to reports received here. A tornado struck Truax, Wis., tonight, demolishing several buildings. No one waa Injured. Notes from Beatrice and Gage County BEATRICE, Nob., June 9.-(Specla!.) Charging her husband with extreme cruelty, Zoo Wallln of this city Monday tiled her petition in tho district court. asking that aho be granted a divorce trout James Wallln, who formerly traveled out ot this city. She asks for the custody ot their threo minor children and $50 a month alimony. Earl. Nance of .Ituakln. Neb., who had Just finished a course at the Northwest ern business college, died at a local hos pital Sunday, aged 21 years. The body was taken to Rusktn Monday for Interment. F. W. Acton, deputy sheriff. Monday filed for the republican nomination tor sheriff of Gagn county. Lesam Baer ot Lincoln and Miss Mable Mahoney ot this city were mar ried at Omaha Sunday, After a wedding trip of a few wceka they will make their home at Lincoln. A large barn on the W. P. Dryson farm east ot Adams was struck by lightning this morning and burned to the ground, with alt Ita contents. A large amount ot alfalfa waa consumed and two large con crete silos, which had Just been erected ntar the structure were damaged. Mrs. Leander Gel!, who located In tho vicinity of Adams in 1S57, died Monday wt Adams, aged sixty-eight years. Sho Is survived by three children, two daugh ters and one eon. COUNTERFEITING OUTFIT IS FOUND IN A BARN (From a Staff Correspondent) LINCOLN. June 9 (Bpeclai.)-As a re sult of finding a counterfeiter's outfit In a barn belonging to Frank- J, Sleek of University Place last night. Sheriff Qua Hyers wired United States Secret Service Agent Hugh B. Mills of Omaha and he arrived last night and took charge of the outfit, which consisted of a bucket of metal, some moulds and a few coins of different denominations. Sleek, who Is out on ball awaiting a hearing ot his case before the supreme court for complicity In the robbery of a couple ot farmers in Lancaster county, denies any knowledge of the stuff and said that the mould, which was mado from a couple of pieces ot 2x4 scantling, held together with a hinge and holes bored In them for the moulds, had been In hit possession for two years, but did npt know the nature ot the thing, as It had lain around the barn and he never took .the trouble to examine It. Everybody reads Bee 'Want Ads. 1 Salesman's Effort to End Life Foiled JKrom a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, June 9.-tfpeelaJ.)-Ij. II. llellbroner, a traveling sal earn an from tf.e New York fur house of Kays Sc. Irnstln. 38 West Thirty-second street, was found lying In the aisle of a coach on Uurlln?. ton train No. 2 from Hastings this morn ing with his throat cut. He was picked up and when the train reached Lincoln, was taken to a local hos pital, where ho is resting nicely and It Is not thought that tho wound will keep him there very long. Hellbroncr could not account for his action In cutting his own throat, which he admitted, only that lie had been suf fering from the blues and In a fit or despondency Blashed his throat with a razor. Further than that he would say little. No Training of Dogs in the Closed Season (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Neb., June 9.-(Special.)-ln 'he futuro Chicago sportsmen who want I to como to Nebraska and train their bird Js will havo to do It on the quiet or the game warden will mako an example of them. It Is said that in past years Chicago sportsmen who desired to give their dogs special training In hunting prairie chickens, havo como to tho state and during the closed season have trained their doga out In the sand hills, but Game Warden ltutenbeck has notified them that the practice must cease as it is Just as much of a crlmo topursuo the birds as it Is to kill them. Summer Term Open. KEARNEY, Neb., Juno . (Spcclat.)- The summer term of tho Kearney Stato Normal school opened In this city Mon day, and from the first day's registra tion it is evident that tho school will enjoy the largest enrollment ever attend ing a summer session. All of tho homes of the city are being thrown open to the- 31 )( If -JCZ3DEZZ)CZZH H 3C YOU kin ketch mo' flies with a lump o sugar than you kin with a gold nugget, an' . men'll git mo frenly over a pipe o VELVET than they will over bit cigars. VELVET, The Smoothest Smoking- Tobacco. Full weight 2 oz. tins, 10c. Coupons of Value with Volvet. 2Z Why Lose Your Valuable Time Waiting? We Move You Quicker Gordon Fireproof Phone Douglas 394. iChoice We Show 50 Styles AMUSEMENTS. I AUDITORIUM. t H in Ts i 1 bohoqx, cnrxDaxjT's matinee at 4. xnrxirxzro at sits. HOTKXHO Z.XKJ2 IT EVEB HEARD IK OMAHA THE PAUL1ST CHORISTERS or CKXOAQO. SEVXHTT-rrVE BOTS AND SOZ.OISTS. Boost the Letter Carriers' Convention Fund SCATZVSX3 PRICES! 3,000 Ssati for Children Under Sixteen, 35c, 60e, fl. nvExroro raiocsi st.50, si.co, 7S0, 500. box seats, 92.00. BEATS SEIOCHTQ AT AUDITORIUM. students and additional provisions have been made by the school officials fur caring for the summer boarders. The en rollment for the summer term will reach close to the 1.00k mark before- the end ot the week. Judging from the inquiries and the number already enrolled. Postmasters Visit the Western League (From a Special Correspondent. 1 LINCOLN. Neb., Juno 9.-(Speclal Tel Telegram.) Tho democratic national ad- m!n!stra.t'on has not worked such a change In tho personnel of the Nebraska post masters' convent'on. Quite n number are left whose faces are familiar to those who have been In tho habit of attending conventions of the postmasters. There nra not as many pew faces as some peo ple think there ought to oe. Very little was done at the first session of the postmasters' gathering of the state which convened today. Addresses of welcome and speeches incident to the opening were given and then the post masters and their' women attended tho Llncoln-St. Joseph base ball game at An telope park. This evening they were on tertalncd nt a cabaret dinner at the Com mercial club rooms. Tomorrow the convention will start out with the program as arranged. 4 Runaway Bride Makes Explanation BEATRICE, Neb., Juno 9.-(Speclal.)-Mlss Anna Novotny, a school teacher ot Virginia, who disappeared last week from her home on the ovo of her marriage to a young man named Fisher, has written to her parents from Narku, Kan., glvlm; as hor reason for leaving that she was not ready to get married because th loved her school better than anything else. Sho says sho will remain at Narka for the present. Join the Swappers' Club. Is free. Call at Bee office. Membership D two DCZIDCZDCZZIEZZDCZZIC Cheaper More Satisfactory Warehouses Van Co. Office 219 N. 11th" St. The "SENIOR" The Sorreot "White High" for Graduation One of the smart styles ot the season la this 13-button model, with narrow toe, nigh arch and Cuban heel. Just as pretty as the picture. Every Blie and width. of White Nubuck or White Linen $4.00 of White Footwear 16 .DOUGLAS AMUSEMENTS. Fridav. 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