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Tremendous Purchase and Solo oi High Grade Shoes.
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Our buvcr closed out, for spot cash, tlie entire floor stocks of spring and summer sIhk's of several of the leading eastern uianufa'eturies on Ms recent trip. THE SHOES HAVE AKUIVED
WILL (SO ON" SALE l'HIDAY. Hflvdpn'M nflVr tlio n.nat uiuiH,ixil vnlnuu in nhuolntol V lilrrlw.vf rloey t,,. .cf trtn Knot Atilnr. hnst I11HI10 slinr pYer Hilt on In Oaillllll. Ill till DUrCliaSe
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eluded an t spet hilly fine line of patent colt and patent kid (every pair guaranteed). These elegant shoes worth up to ?7.00 per pair, will go in this sale at $4.50. $3.1)?, ?2.iS, $2.48 and ? 1.90.
A big lot of "little men's" viei kid lace shoes, worth $1.50 and $2.00, sale price 9Se and G9c. Women's line dongola, solid lace shoes, worth $1.50, sale price, 9Sc.
Hoys' and youths' satin calf and dongola school shoes, worth $1.50, sale price 9Sc. Huy your Easter shoes for the children now and save about 25 per cent.
Sole agents in Omaha for the celebrated Stetson and Crossctt shoes for men and Ultra, llrooks Ilros. Vnd Grover shoes for women. These goods are uuequaled for style and wear.
NOTICE OUlt SIXTEENTH STREET WINDOW.
In the Big Domestic Room
He Indian Head Brown Muslin,
In long mill ends, a t :rd. . . . .
lfte WlHTI! fiOOM tie YARD,
lrtc NalnsooHs, India Unon and C
Lawns. In long mill ends, at yd U
r,e white ooon ne. .
25c While Goods, in ' 41-ln . Indi
Dimities, Dotted Swisses,
Lcno alilpes, ,in long mill
ends, go at yard..,....,.,..
Sft W.4l'fl"9 3 l-2c.
fcc Walstlng. In Oxffjrd madras and mer
cerized stripes, in long mill 9'fi
ends, at-yard :: Isntiv
HEMNAT OI-' TAlI.E 1.1 Mi X AD
1,000 remnants of Table Linen and Tow
eling at half regular prices.
Friday Remnant Day in
the Domestic .loom
We will i,lace the largest II
rtants inar was ever pini-ru vm
r"m on Friday. '
Remnant of I'rtnta worth 5c a
6'c, will go at. ............
r.pnniHnts nf 15c, If end 25c
Percales will ro irt ......... ..i .
TUninaiita of lVs" Seersucker
(;inxlianis wll no at...
Remnants of la'-fcc Black
tn-mnnnln of 4.'c DreBS ,
Remnants of lie
Remnant of 15c ..v(
a In onj
Remnants of Fins
s Wash Goods
19c Madras-83 Inches, ., -
25c MKdraS 36 Inches
wide 1 ...... i .
25c fina Oinghaar-tZ ).ches
'gVv. linen colored, silk striped,
Kemnanls of Wool Dress Goods a
than half the reglilnr price.
Over a carload of xllfterent kinds of
materials too numerous to menilon.
Spectacles and Eye
glasses Properly Fitted
Frames and lensea at our very moderate
prices are especially desirable.
All work guaranteed.
We satisfy your needs and save you
money..,.. .. , , , .... ... . ... -
BIIOAICU CLGBS ABAllTENDER
Orden Saloon Keeper to Discharge Man for
MALLORY'S BAND WAGON A BOOMERANG
Banker Wests to Know If Harry Mor
rill' Candidacy for Comptroller
I Merely for Trad
( Broaich has used hit ' political club to
rrack he head of a bartender whose in-
dependence hs a cltlien prompted him to
anuounce to his frtcr.ds thkt he wa an ad
mirer of Mayor Moore and would vote for
him In preference to any other republican
candidate for mayor. The bartender's name
la August Sothman' and ha Is. employed at
the saloon of Noli Fetem-n at Fourteenth
and Wcbstcf Streets. -Comntlsslouet
.Broach .wrote a- letter to
. Mr. Fetereew Celling him to discharge
iBothman for the reason that he "was
TJaiklng too much" ,and Petersen compiled
'with the demand of the police commis
sioner. After Sothman had gone to Broatch
and demanded., an explanation tho wloldcr
of the political.' police club sent word to
Tetersen that h could reinstate the bar
tender provided n.e (Sothman) would "Veep
his mouth shut." Sothmau returned to
work, presumably With- the understandicg
that he was to fel,lnauls bis right a a
tree born citizen to talk politics.
This high-handed method of gagging one
of their number has aroused the Indigna
tion of all the bartenders who have heard
of It and some warm talk on the Broatch
brand of politics la being heard among the
members of the Bartenders' union. The
business agent of the union is la possession
t - J , 1 - - --' ! J
wear tic correct
clothes bearing this
famous, trade -mark
Suits and Waist
coats arc America's
The price is right jronf
money back If anything
goes wrong. We arc Sole
Distributors her, - .
1519-31 Douglu St
i;e TWILLED CRASH S S-4e
o heavy twilled Bleached Cotton
Crash, In full pieces, at yard
He M.N Elf CRAII ft.
8c quality all linen Brown Crash,
Id full pieces, at yard
TSc TAI1MJ L1XE 41P.
75c Bleached Table Linen, 66 Inches wide,
20 patterns to select from, at
fl.no JVAPKIKS 91,
11.54 quality full bleached all linen Dam
ask Napkins, at per
Klc SHEET -I Be.
69c Quality linen finished Sheets, slxe
81x90 torn, not cut
IS PILLOW CASISM 10c.
13Vjc quality bleached Casing 42
Inches wide yard
Friday is the big day for small notions.
Beldlng Bros.' Sewing Silk only lc, spool
f 20 yards Juit one-half of the regular
Best quality 40-eount Mourning Fins.
only lc per box. -
200 yarda Perfect Machine Thread, 10
spools for 15c.
15o Pearl Buttons, per dosen, 6c.
10c and 15c Hose Supporter. 4Vic pair.
Grand Tmbroldered Turnover Collar Sale.
25c Turnover Collars, Friday 6c each.
SPECIAL BASEMENT BARGAINS.
1- gallon OH Cans 12o
2- quart Coffee Pota '. . 9c
4-auart Sprinklers... 19c
No. 7 Steamers 19c
2-quart Dippers ... 7c
No. 8 Granite Tea Kettle 79c
Square Granite Dinner Palls 83c
4 -piece large Garden Set 19c
O. K. Washers (5.69
Poultry Netting, per square foot Vic
Heavy 8 Tie Brooms 15c
Garden Rakes 16c
Solid Steel Spade or Shovel 69o
Garden Hoe 15c
Gasoline Btoves $2 49
National 2-burner, extra large oven. ..$1.89
4-aeotloD Clothes Racks 39o
The Standard, the beet steel range made,
very handsome, asbestos lined throughout
warranted In every way. Others sell
some not Its equal for $35.00. We sell
them for $28.60.
SEE OUR SALE ON REFRIGERATORS.
of a copy of the letter sent to Petersen by
Broatch. so that the bartender may under
stand Just how far this man Broatch dares
go to Intimidate working men into "keeping
their mouth shut" or boosting the anti
P. C. Schroeder, cigar dealer at 810 North
Sixteenth treet, says: "W. J. Broutch
sent a written notice to Nels Petersen, a
saloonlst at 1401 Webster street, to dis
charge hi bartender, August Sothman, a
democrat, for making a remark that If
hi party did not put up a man to suit him
he would vote for Frank E, Moores for
mayor; that ho would vote for Moores at
any time in preference to any one else,
and that' be did not care what the police
commissioners or anyone else said. Soth
man was promptly discharged Wednesday
morning. Sothman went to Mr. Broatch
and asked what wrong he bad done.
Broatch made the remark to him that he was
going tQ down the saloon element so that
they would kneel to blm. Sothman said
to. Mr. Broatch that be did not propose to
kneel to any man, as he was a good Amer
ican clttsen. .Broatch replied that he did
not care a d n and that the saloons should
kneel down to him. Sothman then went
away and laid the matter before tho Bar
tenders' union. The union sent a commu
nication to Mr. Broatch, and last evening
at 6 o'clock Sothmau went to see Mr.
Broatch. In response to a measage that
Broatch had sent blm. Broatch told blm to
come back and go to work at the saloon
and apologised for bis treatment of Sathman
earlier In Ihe day. Sothman reported to the
saloon of Petersen and was given bis old
piece ..buck. He did not, however, go on
duty last night.".
' Mr. Schroeder authorize the use of his
name In verification of the foregoing, and
say further that Mr. Sothman is ready to
verify the same.
"I was solicited to vote the anti-Moore
ticket in the Third ward," said a member
of the .Waiters' union Wednesday, "and I
told the fellow wjo approached me that I
was' against anything that John Westberg
had anything to do with. Then he wanted
to know what I had against Westberg and I
was frank enough to tell hlin. One evening
some months ago Westberg was In the
Calumet restaurant when somebody In hi
party began to discuss the trouble that the
Walters' union was having with certain
nonunion houses. During the discussion
One of the waiters la the plaee overheard
Weatberg declare that he - didn't care -a
d n for the Walter' union, that he could
get along without any help from It mem
ber. W have generally taken him at bis
word and In this campaign be Is certainly
getting along without our help. We'll tee
how he comes out."
W. H. Mallory's boiler compound wagon
was fitted out Wednesday with antl
Motcs banner and hauled over the streets
wi'h a band of six or eight pieces to at
tract attention. The inscriptions cn the
banaers were so vulgar that every Intelli
gent man who saw them became disgusted
and resolved to resent it with his vote. In
fort the Mallory band wagon was generally
regarded as an Insult to the Intelligence of
In this connection It may be well to re
ra:i the tact that Mr. Mallory. who is the
H -nt of a rertsla roll.-r compound, was
a.r.ng the Moores supporters at the last
.-ilnn and JtrirJ preum'd to dictate
hi ahould be appointed ho'ler Inspector by
th mayor. As Mayor Mooro failed to ap
point Mallory's nsa to an cfT.ce v. here he
tould booal Mallory's bo'l.-r compound, Mal
tory swore that be would "get rveu' at the
text election. The vulgar tand wjgon Is a
part of the "get even" campaign.
- Union laboring men are pretty well
worked up over the prominence of A. H.
Sensational Silli Bargains for Friday
We propose to make this the biggest day of the week and will
make the most phenomenal prices' on fine high grade silks. Every
piece of sample silk from the Hart, Van Nestor stock will be offered
at exactly one-half the original selling price.
100 pieces of plain and fancy Silk, stripes, plaids, morie silk, all
shades, on sale at 20c
Fine rustle taffeta in good shades, on sale at 35c
Yard wide black wash sk, all silk at 39c
One lot fancy silk in light shades, $1.50 quality, at - 49c
Polka-dot silks for shirt waist suits, on sale, at.' Q7lG
27-inch heavy rustle taffeta, worth $1.25, on sale at fl5c
36-inch heavy rustle taffeta, worth $1.50, on sale at : 98c
Tust received, new lot of Famous Peau de t?lante, strongest silk in the world-r-wliif e, I t Tl
cream, light blue, reseda, navy cardinal or black, worth fl.50 and sella for ;..IiUU
SAMPLE BOLTS OF VELVETS, VELVETEENS AND CORDUROYS on sale for 30 minutes
Friday morning velvets," velveteens and corduroy In this lot worth 50c, 75c and ?1.00, will go
with a rush, for they will not last long, colors are first-class and for 30 minutes, from iE
9:30 until 10 o'clock Friday morning you can buy all you want for .lOb
Remnants of Drapery Cretonne, worth
10c per yard, 5V4c.
Remnants of yard wide Flowered Curtain
Swiss, beautiful patterns, worth 20c, at
6V4c a yard.
Remnants of Cheviot Shirting, worth
12Hc per yard, 6c.
Remnants of Plain White and Em
broidered Flannel less than mill price.
Donnecken en -the "anti-machine"-delegation
up In the Fifth ward. "Oennecken ia a
fair sample of the kind of people the cor
poration select to plug for them." said a
Fifth ward working man. It hows that the
whole 'antl' crowd are not only : antl
Moores, but antl-unlonlsm. Donnecken all
last summer In hi building operation em
ployed cab carpenters, cah bricklayer,
scab plumbers, - scab plasterers, scab
painters and scab laborer and wa re
ported every week to every one of the
building trade unions. Let any union
man look It up and satisfy himself from
the records. None of the Donnecken kind
According to reports current In democratic
circles, William Fleming is not to have
the nomination for city tax commissioner
given to htm on a silver platter at the
convention to be held Saturday night.
Until a few days ago there was no op
position to his nomination, but within the
last three day there have been -developments
In which his friends read an attempt
to defeat faim. Mr. Fleming resides In the
Fifth ward and there are now three candi
dates mentioned for -city offices In that
ward, where there were but two a few day
ago. The nomination of the tax commis
sioner will be made r.fter that of the clerk,
the mayor and the treasurer, so that hi
friend fear that the opponent to. Mr.
Fleming will place a Fifth ward man in
nomination for one of the other office and
then, upon a plea for geographical equality
will oppose bis nomination. It has also
become known that at least another .demo
crat has been approached by the friends
of one of the aspirants for mayor with the
request that be enter the race against the
present tax commissioner.
Presumably under orders from Commis
sioner Broatch, several police officers have
been making themselves very busy polit
ically during the past week. Officer Inda
ha been placed 00 the Sheeley beat, where
he can help in the Seventh ward the antl
Moores delegation today. Inda has been par
ticularly active In behalf of the Howell dele
gation In the Seventh, for It was the wish
of Walter Molse, Broatch's bosom friend,
that It should win out. Officer Bloom Is
on 'he Cass street beat, between Eleventh
and Sixteenth, and Is doing all that be can
for the Gopher Klan ticket In the Third
On resolution of the Real Estate ex
change a committee consisting of W. T.
Oraham, chairman; John N. Frenxer,
Thomas A. Crelgh, W. H. Oreen and E. C.
Garvin haa been appointed to look Into the
standing and record of the candidate for
A prominent republican from the Seventh
ward who ha never taken any active part
In politic had this to say concerning a
circular letter signed by C. 8. Hayward
and O. M. Natt Inner:
"I am surprised that men of the stand
ing of Hayward and Nattlnger would allow
their names to go to such a circular. They
say that they appeal with great earnest
ness to every Individual to do his duty. I
have been watching the work of purifica
tion (f Broatch and the faction with which
Hayward and Nattlnger are associated, but
I have yet failed to see any purifi
cation or reform In anyiMnir that the new
police commission haa done, nor do I see
any purification of party primaries In the
policy of the anti-machine faction, espe
cially In the attempt at wholesale disfran
chisement cf voters or by one-sided elec
tion boards and test oaths. From my point
of view the only emergency before the re
publicans Is to stop playing horse with the
party, stop dog-eat-dog tactics and stop
making the party the calapaw of grasping
corporation under the banner of purifica
tion and reform."
There are many styles of spring and
summer hats out and we have them all.
The large variety makes it easy for any
man to find the hat le' ought to wear.
Friday' special prices $1.00, $1.60, $2.00,
$2.60 and $3.00.
Joseph Devlin, M P, and John t. Finnertj
r - j Tell of the Veedg of the Peaianta,
OMAHA MEN . RESPOND , GENEROUSLY
Speaker Bee a Brlatater Day Dawn
la; for Tkelr Native Lana and
Tell of the Great Strastxle
Joseph Devlin. M. P., of North Kilkenny,
Ireland, and Colonel John P. Flnerty of
Chicago, president of the American branch
of the United Irish' league, met a number
of the Irish cltlsen of Omaha In the Pax
ton hotel, last night fpr the purpose of
stirring up sentiment for the old country
and raising fund to belp make a start
for the poor agriculturists who are to bo
given possession of their lands by a bill
now pending In Parliament. After Mr.
Devlin bad spoken the following contrtbti
tlons were made: J. A. Conner, $100; Count
Crelghton, $100; T. J. Mahoney, $50; Bishop
Scannell, $25; Thomas Brennan, $25; C. J.
Smyth. $25; C. J. O'Neill, $25; James J.
Fltxgerald, $25; James E. Boyd. $25; Sheriff
John Tower, $25; O'Donahue Redmond,
$25; F. J. Morlarty, $20r T. J. O'Brien, $15;
Jerry Howard, Rev. J. T. Smith, James P.
English, T. J. Nolan, John E. O'Hearn,
James Brennan. Rev. P. J. Judge, P. C.
Heafy, I. J. Dunn and E. C. Ryan, $10
each; total, $652.
Frank J. Morlarty was appointed treas
urer and E. C. Ryan secretary, and it wa
decided to appoint committee of two to
visit the residents of assigned sections of
the city and solicit contributions. These
committees will meet Monday afternoon at
5 o'clock In the office of C. J. Smyth for
the division of territory. Letter will be
sent to prominent Irish citizens of the
towns and cities throughout the state ask
ing them to act locally ia this collection.
T. J. Mahoney, who acted as chairman.
Introduced the two distinguished Irishmen.
Colonel Flnerty spoke first, commenting
on the great change In the condition of
Ireland during the twelve months since ho
spoke here last. Then the country was
In hopelessness, with the prospect of tho
extinction of the Irish race; but now,
with this moat geaerou land act, the tiller
of the aoil would become It owner and
tho country com back to prosperity.
Brighter Days tar Irelaaa.
Mr. Devlin said la pert:
"Less than eighteen month ago Chief
Secretary Wyndham of the British govern
ment said that conceealons bad reached
their limit; that there wa no national
feeling in Ireland; that the National league
bad only branches and that England wa
tired of the Irish land question, and that
the best thing to do waa te let the land
lords and tenants fight It out.
"The landlords formed a league to fight
this war and In less than three months
raised $500,000 to carry It on, besides hav
ing the support of the British government,
which enacted another coercion act a a
basis for any of the nlne'jr-nlne former
one. This act lasted twelve month, with
the government and the landlord' combi
nation on the one side, and on the other
the league with Ita 15,000 branches, but
with no money or influence. In this bitter
fight no better spirit or bravery has been
shown in any fight for liberty tbaa that of
the Irish agriculturists. Tb landlord be
lieved they could smash the league, but are
now begging term In a way which no
Irishman could have hoped for. Tb fair
trial by jury was abolished, newspaper men
Imprisoned for printing speeches) aad armed
Great Sals Boys' and
Children's hats and sailor caps, worth
35c, on sale Saturday at 10c.
All wool caps In neat assorted patterns
for school wear, worth 50c, sale price 25c.
Tacht, golf and automobile style caps,
worth up to $1.00, on sale Saturday at
men broke up meetings and Imprisoned
leaders a common felon.
"The Irish people are now more thor
oughly united than ever, better than in the
time of Parnell, so that now result will be
obtained. The minister has now subtnltted
a' measure which I the most radical ever
brought before Parliament. This will
abolish the landlord system and give the
soil to the actual tillers and a sum of $.30,
000,000 Is to be set aside to meet the dif
ference in the prices between the tenant
and owners. Those who have been evicted
will be reinstated on farms. It may be that
you on this .side think we put too much
tress on the land question, but It Is only
a beginning of Irish Independence. It will
give the country strength, the agriculturist
will take Interest In their work, factories
will be built and prosperity return. The
fight haj beeu a shameful failure for Eng
land and she has decided that It docs, not
pay to keep It up and will give us our
CAl'SIS OF FALLING HAITI.
Daadrnff, Which I a Germ Disease
Kill the Germ.
Falling hair Is caused by dandruff, which
is a germ Vlsease. The germ In burrow
ing Into the root of the bJlr, where it de
stroys the vitality of the balr, causing the
hair to fall out, digs up the cutlcule la
little scales, called dandruff or scurf. You
can't stop the falling balr without curing
the dandruff, and you can't cure the dan
druff without killing the dandruff germ.
"Destroy the cause, you remove the ef
fect." Newbro's Herplcide is the only hair
preparation that kills the dandruff germ.
Herplcide Is also a delightful hair dress
ing. Sold by all druggists. Send 10 cents
In stamp for sample to The Herplcide Co.,
Daageroaaly Injured by Fall.
M. C. Bhanly a clerk In the Boston tore,
rooming at 4-i North Seventeenth street,
suffered the fracture of the base of the
skull yesterday evening by a fall on the
steps of his lodging place. Dr. J. H. Vance
and Police Surgeon Vance were called ami I
after making an examination the Injured
man was aent to the C'larkson hospital. His
condition Is serious. He is a man about
C6 year old and la married, his wife, how
ever, being in the east. Mr. Bhanly la sub
ject to fainting spells and was seised with
one last night when he had nearly reached
the top of a flight of eight or ten steni
leading to the door of the house where he
lived. He fell backward, striking ills head
on the concrete sidewalk.
Faaeral of Kit WttUjr.
Ed W'lttlg. the veteran fireman, was
buried yesterday afternoon from his home
at 610 South Thirteenth street, Interment
being In Walnut Hill cemetery. Council
Blurts. A large number of old' firemen,
member of the lodges to which the du
ces sed belonged and other friends accom
panied the remain to the cemetery. Two
of the pallbearer were members of the
Veteran Kt re men's association snd ap
peared In uniform, and the other were
from the lodges to which deceased be
longed. The procession was headed by a
band of music. A number nf floral tributes
were sent by sorrowing friends.
West Omaha Improvement Clab,
Cltlsens of West Omaha met at Forty
first and Dodge streets last ntsjht and
organised the West Omaha Improvement
club. fl. P. Bostwlck waa elected president,
T. J. Blake vice president. A. A. McOraw
secretary and William Wllke treasurer. A
committee to draw up constitution and by
laws ski named and Instructed to reoort
at the next meeting, which will be held at
the aame place next Thursday night. Some
discussion aa to d sired Improvements, In
cluding the Saddle creek sewer evere in
The following marriage licenses were Is
John C Kimball. Omaha 41
Hattle George. Omaha S2
Niels C. Petersen. Omaha 21
Katnerine U. Anderson. Omaha li
Clyde B. Brewster. Irvlngton, Neb I)
Mary H. Archibald, Omaha I-
Maynard C. Cole. Omaha 25
tlursscs S. kloody, Omaha 21
Bargains In our Wash Goods Department
Black Mercerised Basket Waist
Ing, the 7Kc grade, yard
While Mercerised, 82-Inch 75c
lord Walstiogs, yard
Colored French Crepe Mercerized Off
Walstlng. plaU shades, yard. ...U 12V
French Vollle (washable), white, cream,
black, pink and blue, plain Q7'f
shadee, 75c grade, yard W
Colors and black, In a new Mk and rot
ton crepe de chene, 31 Inches
wide, -750 quality, yard ......... O 1 2 V
GLAD NEWS FO RBUYtRS OF VQMIK'S SUITS
Just At the time when vnn nivt thm
moat. Harden Bro. have been fortunate
In oecurtrg 3iu sample suits, from Shan ft
Silberman. B. J. Mann and Turtle & Kel-
stlner, of New York City, and we want
every woman In Omaha to see these new
creations. Thev were secured nt 45c on
the dollar and will bu on sale In same pro
jection. 75 beautiful ramplo suits. In etumlnes.
voiles and fine perges. made in those nobby
exquisite stj-les. and are wvrth double the
price we ask for only $.''0 .
Ken's 50c Shirts at 10c
tW dozen men colored and white laun
dered shirts, sllshtly Boiled, odds and
ends, closing them out at 10c.
Ladlps' fine Jersey ribbed umbrella draw
ers and long sleeve vests, worth 60c, at 25c.
Liaules' sleeveless. low neck vest, trimmed
neck, fancy and plain, worth 25c and 35c,
Easter Killnery Sale
Bpeclnl sale Friday on several lines of. Easter millinery. Be ur to ee thee re
cholccat and most' fetching style 4n new raarkable values. .. ,
0UMIR0FF ANDJK0CIAN COME
ni.lnrnlhed ' Bohemian Mnalelana
" Will GIvtb n Concert In
1 ' ' .' ' Omr.lia,
Vaclav Buresh last night received a tele
gram from Bogea Oumtroff, the distin
guished Bohemian baritone, to the effect
that he and Kocian. the vlollnUt, would
return to Omaha for a concert at the Boyd
theater on the evening of Saturday, April
18. Kocian has finished his tour under the
direction of Rudolph Aaronson, and Is now
free to travel where he likes. One of bis
first engagements will be his return visit
Walter Little and Thecdore Solmer. two
youths of Vermilion. S. D.. were arrested
at the Union depot yesterday afternoon as
runaways. A telegram has been aent to
Dakota asking for instructions.
Kabbl Keter will' olllclate at the Oman 1
Hebrew ejuca'l.nal ch-)ol synagogue at
Woodmen hll. S'xt-enth and t'ailo
avenue, SatwrjUy,- Sunday and Monday, a:
a. in. Bundsy is the first day of pa-s-over.
Rabbi Reser will li-cture on "The
Exodus of Israel from Egypt." ,
O. D. Merrlman was arrested last night,
he being an escaped patient from the
county hosvltal. He got .away from there,
and had not been located until yesterday,
when he enroe across .from Council Bluffs,
where he had been working. He was riding
h wheel and eatd he had come to town to
The coroner held an Inquest over the re
mains of O. J. W. Solomonson, who com
mitted suicide Wednesday by taking poison,
at his home at 8425 Davenport street. The
vrnilct was .that deceased came to his
death from strychnine taken by himself
with suicidal intent. The remains will be
aent to New York for interment.
The United States civil service comm'
Ion announces that on May an examina
tion will b- hld for the position of asayer
The age limit Is 80 year or over ana hi
salary Is $A2g per annum. On the (ami
date an examination will be held for the
position of . ed'tbrlal 'clerk; age Im t 2
years or over aofl" salary $1,500 per annum.
! '.' I jut, vY7i I
T- rr'.' ' - air-- nnan-it. r- m I 'if m r r
I --fyi !? influx i ?ncr.
Hundreds of pieces of elegant Mercerised
Walatlngs, In Mack and white, cream or
white, worth up to 75e yard; you buy
what you need from the bolt, ORft
(cot In remnants), yard hUW
Beautiful White Organdies, two jrds
wide, worth 75c. $1.00 and $1.2$ AC.
yard, at, yard ... bUU
Black and White Checked Suiting!, .the
novelty, taercerlaed shirt waist suiting
so highly spoken of in the tcshlon
Journals regular tOo grade, OQa
at. yard fcWW
Special Gingham and Madras Eale tn this
loj new creations. In swell styles, the, Ute
spring station newest and nobbiest Im
ported designs; these would cost you $3o.00
and liO.OO In any house In Omaha on
Friday for only J.'.S.iio.
1T5 excellent suits the style and appear
ance the very bet; (hey are new. every
one of them, (fitted free of charge), sn.e
3no suits-jackets satin and silk lined,
perfect hinging skirts; most serviceable,
seasonable jUs; would be cheap at IU.l
sale price only I5.0A.
Our New York buyer, always on the
alert, and with unlimited spot cash at his
command, haa Just sent us three fair staed
lotn of skirts, two of these lots being
fine etamines. voiles and brondoloths, and
the third being that medium class of sklria
at from t2U to (. that are worn mostly
by everybody, will be on sale Friday niorn-
0 skirts, mostly samples. In ' voiles,
silks, etamines and broadcloths, tome with
silk drop, worth $18.00 to 125.00 on sale
dtV) pedestrlenne skirt, most excellent
styles, perfect hanging and made, by the
best manufacturers, nearly all sample gar
ments, worth up to $15.00 In two lots at
V;..9 and K.50.
The third and last lot Is composed of
dreiu skirts and rainy day skirts 615 of
them worth up to Jlit.00 on sale at $5.00
and T'i fti.
KXTHA SPECIAL Women nice lawn
klmonas on sale at Jflc.
Women's wash wnlsts worth up to $1.00,
Women's silk coats on , sale at $12.00.
fl."u and ?8.W.
25 doien women's black mercerised $1.6,t
underskirts an sale at H9c.
Meat and Fish Salo
Corn fwt. Te and. Sn
hl Roaat 0f . So
All kinds of fresh ami .alt .fi-h.
Ladles' fine Jersey ribbed combination
suits, long sleeves and ankle length. Har
vard mills brand, worth tl, at Sue.
Ladlea' hlch neck, long sleeve corset cov
ers, worth uoc, at 25o.
AT THE PLAYHOUSES
"Xlg Ear Alley" at the Doyd.
Zeb and Zarrow In "Z g Zag Alley" dem
onstrated last night that they are properly
listed. Only a handful of people were pres
ent to witness the demonstration. These
were sat'sfled. though, and did not demand
the repetition of any. of tb numerous
offenses committed by the leader of tb
company which opened a two-night en
gagement at the Boyd last night. Zeb
and Zarrow were good trick bicycle riders,
but neither Is a comedian,, and no amount
of noisy endeavor will serve to disguise
this fact. The succers of their show, how
ever, doe not depend on them, as several
members of the company possess some
ability In their respective direction, and
a number of good specialties are con
tributed during the course of the evening.
These bright spots are rendered doubly
welcome because they are separated by
such wildernesses of superannuated "Junk."
Tonight closes the engagement.
What Follows ferfpt
Pneumonia often, but never When Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption ts
used. It cures colds anl grips. LOc. $U
For sale by Kuhn ft Co.
With His 1'ooketa Onltflng.
P. R. Hilderbrand. giving hi r aid nc a
1213 South Sixteenth Hre.-t. wa 1 ar.td
yesterday af .ernoon by Detect ves Heltfel 1
and Donohue because of the bulging condi
tion of his pockets. When he was searched
at the station the find reembld th stock
of a small iltpir m nt ter - Tire
watchea. nve chal-s and five rocketbookt
were taken from different ion lens of h
clothing. Included In h s nosressI'Mis -wer
eight $2) roldpl'ces and o'h'r cash, aggre
gating li. He was looked as a mi---ulcloua
character. Hlldebrund sdmlta hav
ing been r'eafel from tl penitentiary It
I lncoln " ,hort time ago.' 1 . .
Keep a good supply of
Ayer's Family Medicines on
hand. It's so easy then to take
one of the Pills at bedtime if you
feel a little bilious, or if your
stomach Is a trifle out of order.
Just 60 with the Sarsaparilla.
A few doses will bring back your
appetite, give strength to your
weakened nerves, and relieve
you of that terrible feeling of
And besides there are the
children to think of. A dose
or two at the right time often
means so much. 'w,t"5 '
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