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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1003.
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on a great variety of all that is exquisitely beautiful and new and fashionable in spring and, summer wear and fabrics. yHiyJ111 and ave
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' A FULL LINE OF TIIE "UNION LABEL" SUITS for men now on special sale. For this
iweek we offer some very special values in these fine pnnnents at f 7.50, $8.75, $10.00 and $12.50.
Remember every one of these suits has the UNION LABELi the guarantee of honest work
manship. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF UNION MADE CLOTHING FOIl WORK AND
The H. S. & l Hand-Tailored Clothing.
hews That la possible In the art of dressing well. The Una tailored appearance at
purchase lasts after wearing It. The H. 8. M. suits are made of selected, well shrunk
fabrics, in a great variety of handsome new patterns.
The better acquainted with the custom tailors' productions you sre the better
-THESE H.. B. M. 'VARSITY and other Dew sack styles will appeal to you.
The Hsrt, Scbaffner Marx clothes (for which wa arc tcluslve selling agents)
exemplifies the very best tailoring. These clothes form the best argument against
- faying the custom tal'.or bis price when you can get tha best for less, In fact for
one-fourth his price.
Wa will put 4 teral lines of these celebrated H., S. M. hand-tailored suits on '
stale this week at
S7.50, SIO.OO, 012.50, 015.00 and 018.00
', Tou will be mora than pleased with the variety, tha style, tha perfect fit, finish
Get Your Easter Clothes Now.
Headquarters for Boys' 2nd Children's Clcthing
Ir. artlstie completeness this showing of the new spring styles has never been
- equaled and upon do occasion here or elsewhere hare the practical and- economical .
1een so successfully combined with the Dew and the stylish.
Grand Easter Sale.
ftoys' suits In very desirable patterns, in oxfords, gray and brown mixtures, in light.
medium and dark colors, made In vestee
and double-breasted and Norfolk styles
Special sale price..
JJoys' suits in black and blue serges and
cheviots and casslmerea, made in Norfolks, double-breasted
and three-piece suits; regular $4.00 values
r Easter sale price
'Boys suits In a great variety to choose from; handsomely made and up-to-data
styles; all fashionable materials; -best quality linings; button holes hand made;
. panls made with double seats and knee; reinforced taped seams; made up In
Norfolks, double-breasted and three-piece suits; any site you
want from S to 16 years; these suits would be great values
4- at $4.00 Special sale' price, only
- Children's Extremely Nobby Styles In Juvenile Suits-
The very choicest variety from Imported and domestic fabrics, in red, blue,
brown, fancy cheviots, tweeda and homespuns; in tha new popular styles; sailor
blouse and sailor Norfolk; ages 2 to 10 years; and In all wa guarantee a perfect fit.
8peclal sals prices from $5.75 to $1.95.
Extra Special Easter
' Thousands of pairs of tha very finest
od swellest shoes on the market bought
of the very best makers of fine shoes, es
pecially for Easter trade, made up In tha
vary latest styles in aU leathers. On sals
t $4.50, $8.98, $3.48, $2.98 and $2.48.
'Every pair bears the Hay den guarantee,
toys and1 youths' Vlcl Itld and Satin Calf
bals, well worth $1.50 98c
tittle GenU'. Vlcl Bals, worth $1.00. ...69c
Little Gents' Satin Bals, Worth $l'00....69c
Womens' S-polnt Slippers, worth 75c. ...49c
TERY FINB Easter shoes for the boys
and girls at 98c, $1.75 and $1.48.. .
A very full Una of Easter shoes' In the
-Stetson Crossett and. Ultra shoes THE
BEST SHOES ON EARTH,
GOPHER KLAN WINS IN COURT
Jidge Daniel Mandamus to Compel Oitj
Committee to lot Fairly.
CASE TURNS' Oti A TECHNICAL POINT
Coart Holds that the Relators) Bad Not
peelficaJly Pleaded that Iajary
Would. Follow Wroar-
' ' .,, . tnl XoU-
After listening to two hours' argument
yesterday afternoon. Judge Fawcett denied
the mandamus asked by various candidates
not Identified with the Gopher Klan to
compel the republican city committee to
give them fair representation on the prl
mary election boards. The Judge said that
central committees Invariably have acted
arbitrarily and that this one is no excep
tlon. hut that he didn't feel he had juris
diction to eompel it to meet again and
undo things already done. '
City Attorney Connell called his atten
tlon to the fact that the supreme court
had done practically the same thing with
the city Board of Equalisation, but the
district Judge answered that in bis opinion
the supreme court had erred. "And, any
how," tha Judge said, "a court cannot well
nix Into political' fights too freely."
Ia defending the city committee Attorney
H. C. Brome first gave it as an Indisputa
ble point of law that a mandamus cannot
properly be Invoked except to compel the
performance of an act, failure to perform
which will Injuriously affect the Interests
of the relator.
Rrorae ta Fraalc. Eaoegh.
The relators In this case had not, he said,
specifically alleged that they were to be
injured if e arrangement be not changed.
Then, with charming frankness, he added:
"So, this rule being a correct one, no mat
ter how .wrongful may have been the ac
tion ef the city committee, these relators
have not legal ground, for Invoking man
damus. I say. this merely that counsel on
the ether side may understand our posi
His emphasis on the word "legal" left
room for no 'possible doubt in anybody's
mind as to his "position," and the frank
ness .of the admission that the Gophers
proposed 'to ' deprive other candidates of
their rights and then stand pat on a tech
nicality of law brought a gasp from the
audience and a blink from disinterested
attorneys present. ;' VV
r. Arsis for the Cadets.
A resolution pasned by the Board of
Education Monday night authorises the ex
penditure of aw- for guns anu omer equip
ment Ivr the High school battalion. The
For CONSTIPATION Drink
ON ARISING HALF TVMBIXRFVL
WHY ? Because it will positively cure it, with more safety
than any other remedy known to the medical profession.
He careful, however, that you ect Munyadl Jenoe, as some concoctions
J are put up and represented to be
worthless, but are often harmful.
Huoyadl Janoa. Ltek at tkt iabtl, it ii Blut itk Rd Cnttr.
II' , ,u ilfiUfc,
mixtures, ' In
worsteds, gray and brown mixtures, ' In
in (J up-to-date
ea hand made;
Of uinu v u j i ii
& llouso Furnishings
Steel Frame' Wringer. 1.
8-Drawer Spice Cabinet
. . . .
. . . .
No. t IX Copper Bottom Boiler
O. K. Washers
8-Pleced Garden' Sets ...
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Oil-Finished Towl Racks
Fancy Decorated Bread Boxes
(-Foot Step Ladders ....'.'.
Foot Bath Tubs
Regular 25c Brooms v.
20c Wash, Board
1 Boxes' Wax Tapers for .......
. , ;
amount will buy. seventy-five Remington
a-una and about elKhty-flve SDrfnatlelds and
a quantity of belts, cartridge boxes, bayonet
scaonaras ana omer accoutrements. w nen
purchased the full battalion of 260 cadets
will be equipped complete. The authority
for . the expenditure was given upon the
recommendation of Captain Waasel, com
mandant. INQUEST IN WALKER CASE
Coroaer's Jary Holds Pat Jaekeoa (or
the Fatal Skootlasjr Last
The H. J. Walker Inquest was held late
yesterday afternoon before Coroner Bralley
and a small crowd of spectators who had
gathered to hear the evidence in connec
tion with the shooting. The Inquest was
conducted by County Attorney English, as
sisted by Deputy Weaver.
The first witness sworn was Dr. J. E.
Summers of Clarkson hospital, who testi
fied relative to the wounds and the con
versation, which he had with. Walker be
fore he died Saturday afternoon. The phy
sician sUted that Walker said he "thought
Jackson was bis friend and would not
shoot him, as be had no cause to pull a
gun," and also that he "regretted that he
was shot under such circumstances.1 '
Among the other witnesses sworn were:
Dr. Lemmlngton of Clarkson hospital, who
attended the autopsy; Mrs. T. Garrlty, wife
of the owner of the saloon where the
shooting occurred, who admitted that
Jackson assumed ths aggressive and ap
proached Walker before shooting him;
Jesse Abel, the bartender, who ssw the
second shot fired; O. H. North, a spectator,
who sat next to Walker Just a few seronds
before the fatal shot was Bred; Gladys
King, an habitue of the place, and Desk
Sorgeant Havey, Patrol Conductor Fahey
and Officer Ryan, who testified relative to
the case after the police went to work
The verdict was that Walker "came to
his death in Clarkson- hospital from the
effects of a pistol shot wound fired by Pat
Jackson In T. Garrity's saloon,' Eleventh
street and Capitol avenue, on the night
of April su
FAREWELL TO REV. E. F. TREFZ
Akoat Seveaty Frleada Give Departlac
. - i .
A very pleasant function was the fare
well dinner given In honor of Rev. E. F.
Trefs at the Commercial club rooms last
night. There were about seventy persons
present and after the meal Henry J. Pen
fold called the meeting to order. He read
letters of regret from a number of persons
of Omaha and St. Joseph, Mo., the former
home of Mr. Trefs.
William F. Gurley spoke of "The Sy-
Hunyadi Water which are not only
Your physician will recommend
HartSdwfTncr itl J
V Marx El 4
p "I iy h
Wool Dress Goods
Closing out wool 'striped challies made
by Gros Roman,' Paris, and sold everywhere
at $1.00 per yard.
We have over 600 pieces of the finest
styles ever made. As long as they last
we will sell them at 45c yard.
We are headquarters for voiles, etamines,
silk warp voiles, Lansdownes, etc.
Priestley's $3.00 voiles will go at $1.60.
60-Inch strictly all wool cheviot, 60c
200 silk and wool suitings, 64 Inches wide,
in all the handsome spring shades, 98c.
premacy of the. West." Frank. Dunlap fol
lowed with a few new stories and reminis
cences of the den last year, and the sec
ond speaker of the evening was John L.
Webster, who responded to the toast "The
East Versus the West." , "Omaha" was the
theme of Mr. Trefz.and the banquet closed
with a short talk by D. H. Mercer.
DUNDEE VILLAGE ELECTION
Candidates Who Stand for. Local
Improvements Are tho
The village of Dundee had an election
yesterday which . waa one of the most
spirited and hotly contested ever held In
that place. The village board for the past
year has been a progressive one and has
pushed public improvements with a vigor
that filled some of the heavy property
owners and agents for non-residents with
alarm, for. fear that the board might turn
its attention to improving some streets
along which they have heavy holdings. A
conference of the repreeentatlves of those
Interests resulted in a systematic crusade
having been carried on for months against
the board, those opposed to public improve
ment styling themselves antis. Courtesies
In the way of passes were somewhat abun
dant and every effort made to get control
of the village board. The fight narrowed
to a demand for a' continuation of the
public ImprovemonU, equal taxation and
that corporations' keep their hands off from
the elections, that the people be left to
govern themselves, without the aid or con
sent of any corporation or Its agents. The
contest has been waxing hotter and hotter
for weeks and finally yesterday it ter
minated In the people going quietly to the
polls and registering their convictions with
the result that the village improvement
ticket, consisting of J. M. Dow, E. V. Hea
ford and A. M. Smith was elected over the
antis, J. W. Lattin, C. W. Coughlln and
D. L. Johnson, with majorltlea ranging from
fifty-one to sixty-six.
Everybody in Dundee is thoroughly
aroused on the question of making Dundee
the finest resident suburb to Omaha and
the determination of the people not to al
low selfish Interests to control .their ctty
government or Impede its progress will also
be an additional Inducement for people to
come there and build homes and be happy.
A number of wealthy ranch .owners have
recently purchased homea there and they
take a lively Interest in ths welfare of the
Cared Ilia Mother of Rhcamatlsm.
"My mother has been a sufferer for many
years with rheumatism," says W. H. How
ard of Husband, Pa. "At times she was
unable to move at all, while at all times
walking was painful. I presented her. with
a little of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
after a few applications she decided It was
the most wonderful pain reliever she had
ever tried, in fact, she Is never without
It now and Is at all times able to walk.
An occasional application of - Pain Balm
keeps away the pain that shs was formerly
The members of Nebraska lodge No. 1,
A. F. and A. M , will assemble at Maeonlo
hall ou Wednesday, April . at 1' o clock,
for the purpose of attending the funeral
cf our late Brother Kdwln K Mathis,
member of Excelsior lodge No. S5S, Coun
By order of the W. M.
W. 8. ROBERTSON,
Secretary Pro Tern.
WrrriO F.dward M., in -Niobrara, Neb..
April I aged fu years and 8 month.
Funeral will take place on Thursday,
April t. at o'clock p. m.. from his resi
dence, S1U South Twenty-first street. In
terment, Walnut Hill cemetery, Council
Bluff. Friends invited.
Easter Hillincry Salo
Special Sale on the new Easter Mil
linery Now is the best time to buy-r-There
Is beauty, dash, style and beconv
ingness in the swell new fashions that
will please you. In the great variety
you are to find YOUR hat The style
is in the millinery, not in the prices
Ladies' Easter Furnish
Ladles' and children's 19c stockings, in
all kinds add sixes, on sale at fic, . '
Ladles' 60o fine lisle thread stockings, In
plain and fancy colors, at 25c.
Ladles' straight front Princess hip cor
sets, with hose supporters attached, also
ladles' and misses' corset. and tape girdles
and batiste corsets, in all sizes and colors,
at 49c, worth $1.00.
A full line W. C, Kabo, Thompson
Glove Fitting and R. & O. corsets, in all
the latest styles, at $1.00 and up.
Ladles' fine cambric drawers and corset
covers, lace and embroidery trimmed, worth
60c, at 25c. ' ' : .
Ladles' skirts, gowns and corset covers,
made of fine quality cambric, fine lace and
embroidery trimmed, worth $1.00, at 60c.
Ladies' skirts and gowns, handsomely
trimmed with fine lace Insertions and em
broidery, worth $1.50, at 98c.
The Remo Self-Reducing Corset for stout
figures at $2.50.
Redfern corsets in the latest style, with
princess hip end hose supporters attached,
warranted whalebone filled, at $3.00.
Ladies' low .neck, sleeveless and high
neck and .long sleeve , vests, long sleeve
corset covers and wide umbrella drawers,
lace .trimmed, worth 50c, at 25c.
Ladies' fine lisle thread, long sleeve, high
neck vests and union suits, fine lace trim
med, worth 75c, at 60c.
Great Sample Trunk Sale ,
We have bought the entire sample line
of a prominent Newark, N. J., trunk manu
facturer. His goods are known as the
finest on the market. There is an Im
mense assortment and great variety in
make and style. We secured these sample
trunks at 33 1-3 per cent off regular
wholesale price. Steamer and dress trunks
for men and women on sale at a saving of
1-3. Prices range from $3.60 to $30.00.
' Dress suit cases from $1.25 to $15.00.
Valises from 60c to $12.00.
MOORES IN SEVENTH WARD
Mayor Addreiaes Large Meeting, of Voters
at Polish HalL
WHAT THE OPPOSITION HOPES TO DO
Corporations and Sham Reformers
Bead Their Energy to Drlva Him
from Office that They
. , May Control.
The largest gathering of republicans held
In the Seventh ward for three years was
assembled last night at Polish hall, Twenty-sixth
and Walnut streets, the occasion
being the meeting of the Seventh Ward
Republican club and was addressed by
Mayor Frank E. ' Moorea and other candi
dates on the republican ticket.
The meeting was called together by Joe
Koutsky, who was later chosen chairman
of the meeting. Those occupying seats on
the platform were, besides the chairman.
Mayor Frank E. Moorea, Dan Coy, candi
date for building Inspector; Matthew J.
Greevy, candidate for city tax commis
sioner, and Frank A. Johnson and John
Russell, candidates for councilman from
the Seventh ward.
Mayor Moores was the first speaker and
his appearance was greeted with applause.
He said in part: .
Brother republicans of the Seventh ward,
you are to be congratulated for the flue
turnout here tonight and It shows that
you are Interested greatly in the political
situation. It Is proper that I Bhould give
an account of my stewardship and of piy
fosition in this campaign. 1 am decidedly
n favor of municipal ownership of the
public franchises. Fortunately, the water
works question has been settled along these
lines and 1 bvlieve that others will fol
low. My enemies have charged me with
ruinous corruption during my administra
tion as mayor. It has been charged that I
have divided the proceeds of this corrup
tion with two others. You will remember
that at my Instigation a special- session of
the grand Jury was called and I Insisted
upon the most searching investigation into
all these charges and as you know their
falsity was proven.
Some Local Reforms.
When I went into office a mayor of
Omaha I found that women of the town
were paying a fee of fa each per month
to ply their vocations unmolested. I soon
put a stop to this practice and found a
chief of police whom I could trust and the
ractice was broken up entirely. I did not
elleve that you wanted your children ed
ucated by any such blood money. Then It
was charged that 1 was Betting. the money
raised by this means, and was letting the
saloons run wide open on Sundays with
out any effort at molestation. L'nder the
new police commission law do you see any
change now? To gratify his spleen aaalnst
me and to defeat me by every means In his
fiower, this man broatch sent for the sa
oonmen and told them that he would bold
them responsible for my defeat and de
manded It. They Invoked the aid of the
legislature and a man from the sand hills
that knows nothing at all about the con
ditions of a city of the slse of Omaha
or the management of Its police affairs.
You will remember that once I had the
aaloona of Omaha closed for two Sundays,
, .awegi ra
produces better resnlta in two minutes
Everything in the package. Simply add hoi
water and set to cool. It's perfection. A sur
prise to the housewife. Mo trouble, loss ex
pense. Try it to-day. Ir Foot Fruit Fla
vors: Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, asp
bexry. At grocers. 10a,
In tho Oig Domestic
13 1-2C FISK CAMBRIC, 8 1-2C.
12Hc Fine Cambric, yard wide, for summer
shirts and fine underwear, at, yard... 80
1.00 LINK WAIST1XGS, TOC.
$1.00 qu.i'.lty Fine Round Thread Linen
Waistlngs, 45 Inches wide, at, yard ....70c
l.O table: CLOTH. 4!C.
$1.00 Turkey Red Fringed Table Cloth,
size 8x4, at 49c
25C WAHTINGS, 13C.
25c White Madras Waisting, 32 Inches wide,
all the new weaves, at, yard 16e
ft.RO ES(U.I9lt l,0.G ( LOTH, A8C. ,
150 bolts English Long Cloth, comes in
12-yard bolts, yard wide, the $1.50 quality
( at, per bolt 98c
Cotton Dress Goods
IN SHORT LENGTHS AND FULL PIECES,
10c batistes snd dimities, 5c.
12Vio seersucker ginghams, 6e.
15c and 19c fine dress ginghams, 10c
12Hc chambry (short lengths), 6Vic.
19c fine madras, 10c.
25c fine madras (yard wide), 15c.
Closing out fall prints at 2 He.
Other bargains on every counter In the
domestic room. ,
Men s 50c Shirts at 10c
100 dozen men's colored laundered shirts
some with separate collars, slightly soiled.
odds and ends, on sale at 10c.
Men's 76c medium weight part wool and
balbriggan underwear, in all sizes,' on sale
at 45c. .
Men's, 50c "balbriggan shirts and drawers.
In plain and fancy colors, at 25c.
Men's 25c half hose. In plain and fancy
colors, at 10c.
Men's SI.50 Colored Laun
dered Shirts at 50c
300 dozen men's colored laundered shirts,
in all the new spring colors and styles,
worth $1.50, on sale at 60c.
and there was more drunkenness on the
streets those days than ever before in the
history of a dosen Sundays. ,
Corporations and the City.
I have tried to conduot the affairs of the
city without fear or favor. 1 am owned
by no corporation. I have incurred the
enmity of the Burlington railway because
1. refused to grant It concessions that I
would not grant to other roads. I was ap
proached by two parties In tne Interests
of the railways with the proposition that
they would send me to congress If I would
veto a certain ordinance that they did
not want paused. The temptation was
great, but I refused to do so and was In
the relative position of Wte Temptation
on the Mountain, of which you have all
read. I recently called a special session
of the council in order to secure the pas
sage of an ordinance to let the people of
Omaha vote on the proposition of buying
the electric light plant. There were but
three members of the council prwent at
that meeting. I think Mr. Nash must
have hypnotized the rest of them, 'the
corporations either own the town and run
the people or the people must take the
corporations in hand and run their own
1 am in favor of compelling the rail
roads to nay their Just proportion of the
taxes. Why. ae a matter of fact, the rail
roads are paying less personal tax than
the wholesale house of M. E. Bmlth. I
am heartily In favor of equal taxation, and
I promise you If 1 am nominated and
elected that next fall I will appoint a
board of tax revision that will see that
every person and corporation shall pay
their Just proportion of taxes.
Len-lalataro and Omaha.
Let us be thankful that the legislature
is now a thing of the past. The Omaha
members of the legislature have not done
much, but they have tried hard to do one
thing, and tnat was to legwuaie me out
of office. It has been an antl-Moorts, antl-
Kosewater and an anti-omana delegation
aU through, and antl-everytntng except
for yie railroads and corporations. Senator
nau nas saiu mi we uu hoi want lower
telephone rates. John N. Baldwin came
over from Iowa to show and tell us here
in Omaha what to do and what we wanted.
The legislature has passed an Infamous
and vicious primary law, whereby you are
made to answer impertinent uuestlons or
John Westberg nas accomplished one
thing, and that Is to require the city to
pay for the bonds of Its officials,, thus in
creasing the burden of taxation about
Jlo.lHio. He has also secured an Increase
of 11,200 to hia own salary. The officials
should pay for their own Bonds, in mj
opinion. His law providing for the bp
polntment of all employes of the Board of
Public Worka was gotten un Simply, to
take the appointive power away from the
mayor, w hen wesmerg pusned his bill
through he expected to be re-elected. But
I do not think he thinks ae will be elected
Fromlaer ta Sapport Moores.
Short addresses were also made by Dan
Coy, M. J. Oreevy, Frank A. Johnson and
John Russell. Mayor Moore's speech was
frequently Interrupted with applause and
the unanimous determination was to send
the Frank Moores delegation from the Sev
enth to the city convention. The follow
ing constitutes the Moores delegation: H.
H. Baldrlge, A. C. Kennedy, J. W. Stone
H. B. Allan, N. B. Updike, Dan Coy, R. E.
Brown, John T Yates, W. H. Sherraden, J,
E. Thatcher, Simon Goeti, John Grant, F.
Q. Davie, Tom Carey and Alex Backlund.
"Omaha Billy" Arrested.
The Council Bluffs police have arrested
a noted crook, who Is known to the Omaha
pouce as "unua iJliiy. ' The officials In
the city across the river have rnuueated
the department In this city to notify them
of the prisoner's record and to determine
if he is wanted elsewhere. "Omaha Billy"
is supposed to have held up and robbed a
gambling house In Sioux City and the offi
cials there will be conferred with. The
prisoner was taken Into custody during the
search for the murderer of ealoonlst For
ney. Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses have been Issued to:
Name and Residence. Age.
Willis O. White, Omaha il
Ella J. Newton. Omaha 23
Samuel H. Emerson, Waterloo, Neb IS
LJyth May eelman, Waterloo, Neb 14
Charles W. Johnson. Omaha U
Enuna V. Pierce. Omaha 17
Max Mother, Omaha X7
Marlon U. Han, Omaha U
Grand Special Silk Salo
Every Day This Week
Closing out all the SAMPLE BILK HOLTS from the HAIJT
VAN NESTOR stock. Every piece must po, no matter what the
former price. Take advantage now, for each day lessens your
opportunity to secure the best silk bargain you ever got. SAMPLE
BOLTS OF BLACK SILKS. SAMPLE BOLTS OP COLOKKI)
SILKS. All from Hart-Van Nestor stock at one-half usual sell
ing price. Bead: this list carefully and then come .and see for
yourself if everything is not just as advertised.
PLAIN AND BROCADED LINING SILK
in good range of shades 15c
PURE SILK-HINA AND ' JAPANESE
SILK In 60 colors on sale ,....25c
ALL SILK FOULARDS In Navy, Black, Red
and Hello, neat designs 25c
FINE PLISSE MOIRE and embossed silk.
Dew and nobby styles 25c
FINE ALL SILK TAFFETA in Pink, light
Blue, Black and 20 other shades 35c
SAMPLE BOLT OF FINE WHITE WASH
SILK ALL ON SALE.
WHITE WASH 8ILK, 20 In. .wide, worth
up to 60c, on sale ,.2oc
WHITE 'WASH SILK, 27 in. wide, worth
' up to 65c, on 'sale ,...'..390
WHITE WASH SILK, 86 in. wide, worth
, up to $1.00, on sale 6c
SAMPLE BOLTS OF THE NEW RAIN
DROP AND POLKA DOT SILKS In Navy
and black grounds, the swellest silk for
the new shirtwaist suit; over -20 styles
of dots In a handsome grade of all silk
Foulard, worth $1.00, on sale for....67',i
Haydeii's Great Reduction Sale Groceries
J-lb. can very
Fancy Split Lentils
Good Japan Rice
per pound .....
Neutrlta, new break
fast food, per pkg..
per pkg ..k
10 lbs. ure Buck
California Apricots ! fc
2-lb. can very fine Cf,
String Beans for 3U
2-lb. can very fine
Lima Beam for.. 9'-'
2-lb. can very fine C
White Wax Beans Ou
J-lb. can very fine C
Apple Butter for 3V
Great Sale on Coffees' '
. GREAT QUANTITIES
OF COFFEE ARE NOW
Santos Coffne . in I.
per pound I s
Ban Salvador Coffee Qlr
per pound Id"
Golden Rio Coffee Cli
per pound 13 3"
Martinique Coffee IQ1(.
per pound 109
Large sacks Pure
Uranulated Cdrnmeal I
10-lb. sark Graham 9Cf
Flour for..i L t)
2-lb. pkg. Pancako Tin
Flour for.., I
Breakfast Cocoa iTc,
per can , Iwu
1-ib. pkg. Condensed
5 'Private Growth OOl
C. Java Coffee; lb....
1-lb. Jar Whole Fruit IO 1, Mandellng
Jam for .-...w U J? .
8-lb. can. or one
O. (3. Java
per pound. T
gallon. Apples for..
3-lb. can very nne
S-lh can very tine
Baked' Beans' for'. ,
t-lt. can very fide-
Java snn. Mocna MKf
per pound.' ...UUV
Milled Maraoalbo QCfV
3-lb. can very fine I9ir
TENDERS' BRIBE, IS HELD
Baking Powder Agent Offers $1,000 to
Missouri Lieutenant Governor.
WISHES USE OF ALUM PROHIBITED
Malls Cheek Which la Handed Over
to Attorney General and Leads'
to His Arrest la Sen
NEW YORK, April 7. Daniel J. Kelly,
who Is said to be the editor of the "Amer
ican Queen," was today arraigned on sn
unspecified charge laid by Attorney General
Crow of Missouri.
Kelly was paroled on his own recogni
ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 7. D. J.
Kelly is wanted as a witness by the Cole
county grand Jury, which Is Investigating
alleged bribery during the last two general
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., April 7. Daniel
J. Kelly, as the representative of a baking
powder combination, endeavored to prevent
the passage of a bill repealing the law pro
hibiting the use of alum in the manufac
ture of baking powder during the session
of the legislature Just ended, registered at
a hotel here under the name of Brown.
His arrest in New York today was the
result of an alleged attempt to bribe the
lleutentant governor td use his Influence
In the senate to defeat the bill.
Lieutenant Governor Lee told Attorney
General Crow that be refused a cash propo
sition, made in person by Kelly, and th. .
"Let tho GOLD DUST
Thi3 would be a
every housekeeper used
It Multiplies your pleasures; DMtlssyoxx
efforts; Subtracts from your care3; Adda
to your life.
Made only by THE R
Htm York. Boston,
50 TIECES OF YARD WIDE BLACK
PEAU DK SOIE ON SPECIAL SALE. Tho
demand for this yard-wide Black Peau de
Sole for the new silk roats is something
wonderful. We have the very best yard
wide Peau de Sole made. Measures full
16 In. and Is made of finest pure silk. We
warrant this grade to be fully worth
$3.00. Will offer In this great sale 50
pieces at only tl.tr.
SAMPLE BOLTS OF BLACK TAFETTA
ARE GOING QUICKLY. Some new
prices for this ssle:
BLACK TAFFETA, good rustle, 20 In wide,
worth $1.00, for' ,..6So
BLACK TAFFETA, good rustle, 27 In. wldr.
worth $1.25. fox-....'. t....i.. ..85.1
BLACK TAFFETA, good rustle, 27 In. wide.
worth $1.60, for ' 98
BLACK TAFFETA, good rustle, 36 In. Wide,
worth $1.39. for '. : ksc
BLACK TAFFETA, good rustle. 36 In. wide,
worth $1.50. for...... OSe
BLACK TAFFETA,' good rustle, 64 in. wide,
worth $2.50, for $1.69
Oriad Fruit Sals
per pound ,
No. 8, per b.
No. 2,. per lb......
No. 2, per lb......
Italslns, per lb
Musoatells, per lb.
Raisins, 4 et.,
Raisins. S cr.,
per pound ..........
Raisins, 1 cr.,.
Coffee O fir,
Special Prunes .
Prunes No. 2
Prunes No. S
Apples, per lb
Kelly returned to New York snd mailed t
blm a check for $1,000.
Thereupon Mr. Crow wired the chief of
police in New York to arrest Kelly, which
was done. . .
ANOTHER WONDUH OF SCTF.HCF.
Biology Has Proved that Psndrn" 1
Caased by a Germ.
Science is doing wonders these days In
medicine as well as in mechanics. Since,
Adam fielved, the human rsce has been
troubled with dandruff, for which no hair
preparation has heretofore proved a suc
cessful cure until Newbro's Herpiclde
was put on the market. It is a 'scientific
preparation that kills the germ that makes
dandruff or scurf by digging into the scalp
to get at the root of the hair, where it
saps the vitality, causing .itching scalp,
falling hair and finally baldness. Without
dandruff hair must grow luxuriantly. Her
piclde at all druggists. It Is . the mI
destroyer of dandruff.
INDIANS FLEE TO THE HILLS
When Commissioners Arrive ta Move
Them There Will Bo Ka
One to Kvlct.
SAN BERNARDINO, Cal., April T The
Warner ranch Indians are fleeing to the
hills to escape eviction.
Albert Juan, an Indian Interpreter who
has Just returned from the ranch, states
that there is very little hope of the Indians
submitting quietly to be carted off from
Agua Callrnte and that they are now leav
ing the reservation and the commissioners
will find ho one to move when they arrive.
Juan intimates that before the Indians
leave they will demand $50,000 for Improve
ments made on the ranch.
twins do your work.'0
cleaner, brighter world if.
K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
St. Louis. Makers ef OVAL FAIRY SOAP,
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