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TflE 0MAI1A" DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MATtCIT 19. 1901.
The Youn j Girl s Life Like
a Flowing Brook.
Its Course Obstructed by
SomcHmsly SujgestloM Regarding a
"Brooks ma river, river run to mii,"
wing th post Drln In hl Worship of
Asculaplus. the. first' known physician,
Th poet Uttla thought an hs penned his
vrs In praise of th ancient rjractl'loner
how aptly hla beautiful line would apply to
the Ufa-, of a woman. The chattering
brook, aa It flowa to merge ttslf In the
larger stream, represents tho careleps, un
thinking young girl. The wild and tur
bulent stream,' sometimes flowing smoothly,
then dashing over rocks and down Into un
broken dppthe, at tnnt becoming a (nightly
river, bearing ahlpa upon Ita bosom, is the
woman with her broadening and deepening
posslhfirtles. ; '
But how many girls
"Standing with reluctant feet
Where the brook and river meet. .
Womanhood and childhood fleet."
re at this time of their' lives the rejects of
great Solicitude to their parents. The
young girl Is ssd, does not Ilka company,
has palpitation of the heart after slight ex
ertlon. dyspepsia, constitution, pains In the
head 'and llmba and along the spine, and
her fee is pslo with a greenish tinge. She
Is the victim Of green sloknes. This la a
ess In which the nervous system- la Im
paired and tha blood Is Impoverished. A
good tonlo Is needed to bring her back to
health and strength, and parenta should be
careful to choose the best remedy. Here Is
what Mrs. Josephine Townsend, 19 Clark
place, Jersey Ctty, N. J., Bays:
"It la wltb pleasure that I write this tes
timonial In behalf of my daughter, Lillian,
Who waa very slok. Our doctors said her
blood had turned to augar at the critical
time of womanhood. ' She could not walk
or stand, but had to He in bed almost all
day for Ova long months.' Our doctor did
all he could , for her. but she got worse all
along. was anxious about har in fact.
all our family war almost erased to think
she would die so young.
VI had heard and read so ' much of Vr.
Greene's Nsrvura blod and nerve remedy
that I went and got a bottle, On the sec
ond day Isjaw asr Improvement In her con
dltlon. I wa overjoyed and kept on, and
got another bottle, and " wtten the aecond
bottle waa used she apparently cams back
to Ufa ..' "V-
"I can't express my heartfelt thanks, for
Greene's Nervy ra blood and nerva -remedy
life. ' This was some three years ago, and
now she Is well and strong. I say, God
bleas Dr. Greene and his wonderful medl
elne. and I will praise it to all tha world
all tha rest of my life for saving my daugh
ter a life to me."
It is Wonderful what benefit this young
girl derived In so short a time from Dr.
Greene's , Kervura, the great blood and
nerve remedy, If you have a daughter
who is suffering n such a manner, oan you
doubt that this grand medicine is Just
what she needs? You can make no mis
take In giving her this great blood and
nerve remedy, for It Is the discovery of a
noted and experienced physician, Dr.
Greene of 101 Fifth avenue. New Tork City,
He not only positively promises a good ef
fect from tha medicine, but allowa all who
wish to consult him free of charge, either
personally or by letter, so that in using
his remedy you make him your physician
and receive tha benefit of his great aklll
Reeenmendeit and tor sal fey all
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3 OTHER DAILY TRAINS
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biaJmnUCkUi llaiu car.
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2 DAILY TRAINS
7 50 AU yy0 M swkw nkaa
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,yU rSJ folk, liwlnts twmr, G.... Hl
liutsasl isllilJlg Nf unii.
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CITY TICKET OFFICE,
1401 1:11403 Hum Strsst
I oaueoiSTS I
MOVEMENT IS MARRED
Tavorab EeforU i : Trade Ontnumbsr tbs
$TRUCTU.1AL WORK bUGHRY RETARDED
oaarrtatlsna Amu bit Dealers
Sardeil as Extremely Favorable
to JoM.le Conditions as
the Veaaon Aavanrea.
NEW TORK, March 18. R. G. Dunn ft
Co-'a Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow
Imnrovenient In trade and Industry con
tinues, fuvoruhle reports hugely outnumber.
ng a iverse tnnuenm. I lie most inipuruini
?v-ni ot the week was the two-llnrds votn
by tha bituminous (oul miners to accept
tun tirnTMia.l rllirtioll In V.'UKOW. This Wlil
probublv prevent u serious struggle thnt
vsould parHiyse niHrnUaciuniig just, whim It
is twKliming tu revive.
tJoinpucuiions nave arisen in me lorni
tiildlns trades that retard structural work,
but a settlement is anticlunted nnd th
open weather Ts etlmulJitlna eutdoor wiirK
at otner poims. nemii uimriiMiwu ui
tnntrr Hoods steadily expands uiid d'-alcrj
stocks are Ixins depleted l.ciiuse of con
et'rvatimn In Initial piirc'.inaes. TW pro-
iIms In i ae BupplenientHry loblniiK ana
wholesale orders as the season advances.
turtle delays are etlll causing complaint
nd the movement of exhibits to the Hu
luis exposition Diovidea a temporary feu-
turv of importance. Railway eivrning tliu
far avnilabio for Muroh- show a decrease
of only four-fifths ot I per cenU
Shoe shops are recclvlnn few orders, yet
there Is conlldenoe regtirdlnx the future.
JJullnesa ia the chief character In the
primary market for dry goods, nnd In some
cases prices are shaded, aitnouan tne gen
eral position of textllea Is unchanged. Col
on nil ns are slow to accept forward Durn
ess, insisting on utgner prices tuuii ui
inerea in moat cases. Na further reduction
In output Is recorded, but more Idle ma
chinery ia expected shortly, both north and
allures this week numbered 228 In the
'nlted States. coniCHred with 220 last year.
and 21 In Canada, ngalnst 22 a year ugu.
TOXE OF MARKET MICH BETTER.
acreaaed Strength and Activity is
Noted In Several Departments.
NEW TORK, March 18.-Brndstreet's will
The backwardness of srrlng trnde is gen.
erally attributed to almost uninterrupted
oaa weather and reports from distributive
centers. Another week has brought tio
cneca to the progress in the iron and steel
Industry. Ail divisions of the pig Iron mar
ket are more active, and the level of pries
tends gradually upward. Several large un
dertakings are progressing autlsfactorlly,
providing a good market for steel and much
contemplated work Is becoming more tangl
blo as the season advances. While no ma
terial increase is reported In sales of steel
for railroad or structural DurDoaes the tone
of the market Is better and there is more
confidence In the future.
Liquidation In the cereal markets and
cotton, accompanied by sharp price breaks,
la also generally construed as allowing of
Improvement of actuul consumptive de
mand. The railway situation shows a gain.
Reports from cities along the lake are of
Mow and backward spring trade. Very
much the same advices come from leading
Southern rennrta continue e-ood. though
the spring rush In wholesale lines Is begin
ning to slacken, nnd retail trade has not
begun to expand. Demand for woolen goods
from manufacturers' agents Is reported dis
appointing, and wool sells more freely.
tnougn concesxions in prices are limited ny
tho small available stocks. The situation
n the show trade Is Irreaular. Eastern ad
vices are that the advance of the season la
bringing mors orders to tobbers and man
ufacturers, but no special activity is yet
noted. Leather Is firm to strong In price
at -all mitrkets, and large sales of hides
have been made at the west. Weather con
ditions are unfavorable to the lumber trade
nt loading eastern markets, but prices are
Wheat, including flour, exports for the
week ending March 17 aggregate 2,606,124
bushels, against 1.834.632 bushels Inst week.
Z.m.im this week last year, 4.326,304 In 1902
and 13.266,644 In 1901. From July 1 1903, to
uaiv wiry HgeregAiq ji,v3,onv uunneio,
against lt,4.,630 last season, lS6,6t,606 in
1102 and 142,456,231 In 1901.
Corn exports for the week aggregate
1.77I.2X8 bnahels, against l.Ke'.glQ last week,
2,072,068 a year ago. 339,801 In 1902 and 2.(03.
084 4a 190i.-. From Joly l,-. lsus, to date they
n-. .a...... , i... uv. ".v .. . c,..oi .tM.uo
last season, 2Z,boo,ot3 in 1902 and M.Vtt.ut
Business failures In the United States for
the week ending with March 17 number 103,
agalnat SO last week, 194 in the like week
in 1903, m in ihoz, 431 in 90i and 192 in 1900.
In Canada failures for the week number 17,
aa against 27 last week and 14 in thta week
a year ago. ...
REPORT OF THE CLEARING HOUSES
Transactions of the Associated Banks
Daring the Past Week.
NEW YORK. March 18. Ths following
table, complied by bradstreei, shows the
bank clsarlnas at the ortuciual titles for
the week ended March 17, wltb the per
centage or increase and aecrease as com-
pared wun toe corresponding wee a last
CITIES. Clearings. Jnc Deo.
New York tl.047,28,4S9 , 22.9
Chicago K;,6.',006 1.2......
Boston I llb,&t4,44t 9.0
Philadelphia 99.730,111 t.7
St. Louis 67,838,428 26.2
Pittsburg 2u.2nl.396 30.1
San Francisco 29,992.1421 6.7
Baltimore 23,:'00,9U4 (.4
Cincinnati 20,912,-o 1.2
Kansas City 20,404, 94.il 13.9
New Orleans 2o.293.221 56.6
Cleveland 13.270,9X3 17.2
Minneapolis 14.45T.51SI 20.3
Detroit e.34,10 3.4
Louisville 10.b75.MHi 2.6
OMAHA 7,68,9071 t.7
Milwaukee ,. 8.1:19.865' 13.8 ......
Providence 6.066. 7t" ...... 1.9
Buffalo 6.248.202 12. S
Indianapolla 5.470,177 2.9
St. Paul S.888.846 3.9
Los Angeles 6.851. 6H0 1.1
St. Joseph M&.0h3 l.S
Denver 4,1(7.437 4.5
Columbus 4,188.100 t.Si.
Memphis 6.001,175 61.1 ......
Seattle 4,099,976 II
Richmond 4.6S3.6S8 18.9 ......
Washington S.763,:jo9 8.1
Savannah 2.957.11S1 22.1
Albany 8,2rt0,016 12.0......
Portland, Ore.. 8.45.181
Fort Worth 2.971. ml J.j
Toledo, 0 8.034,6;tl 0.3 ......
Salt Lake City 2.670.747 4.5
l . I ii ivn
lek Beadsrbe and relieve all the troubles hMS
dant to a bilioas state of tbe STttun, such as Ills
sines. Nansea, DrowalneM, Dlstr sfut estu(,
Pio ia tbs Side, Ae. Wbil th'.r non rematk.
able soecess h bea tbowa la curlug
Beadaehe.yi'i csrtw'sLItu I.irerPaiiareeqaally
valoabis la CoustipstioD, enriag aad prcreutlog
this annoying cuniuuint, irbil th jr also eorroci
ail diaordrs of the noon- K. uniuin (he irt
aud rcgaUte the bowels. K .es If tli r on'y ennsl
Acbe they would baslinost priceless to ttoaewas
cftrr f rum tba diatresalug cum p Mint : bat rortu.
asisly their (oodcess dor not cud btre, and tboae
bo once try thsoi will tnd locse iiitls puis vale.
able in so aiaar ways that tber will aut be wOling
IS do witbont them. Bat alter all sir It bead
la tbs baa of so maoy Uvea that here is wksrews
suake oar great bout. Our ul core it waus
Olbers do sot, ...
Carter's LitU Liver 1111 sre verr small aad
vary easy to Uka. Una or two pihi max a do.
Tbay ar strictly vegrtab) ana do not gripe or
purge, bet by their genue aciioe pi. aaa aU who
ua tuam. la vial at S eeaia', Saa for SU Oj14
by dntgists every waste, et Mat by si
CJU21EIS MEDICINE CO.,
How York Cltf
940 Sol .
Wheeling, W. Va..
i a v., ...
targo, IS. L
Ming ha niton
Sioux Falls, 8. D....
11.749,9 14 j
Den Moines ...
Grand Kapids .
.New Haven ...
Charleston. S. C...
Totals. V. 8 Ill,
Outside New Tork...
St. John, N. B....
Victoria, B. C
Totals, Canada. ..II 41.494,5951...
Not Included In totals because containing
other Items than clearing.
Not Included in lotnjs because or no com
parison for last year.
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
I Do Go" I'paeta Calcnlat Ions on Oak
land Track and Wins Agalns
SAN FRANCISCO, March 10. Horses
luoted at long prices were again sucoess-
ul at Oakland today, only one favorite
finishing in front. I Do Oo upset all cal
culated by taking the fourth race at
odda or 16 to 1 irorn Kim Kock. Keauits:
First race, three and one-half furlongs:
Cassle W won, Dr. Sherman second, Amass
third. Time: 1:10.
Second race, three and one-half fur
longs: Escoboso won, Saccharate second,
Pirella thl.-d. Time: 0:44.
Third race, futurity course: Hoce won.
Ciiss Cross second, Salto third. Time:
l:14Vt- . .
Fourth race, mile and ntty yards: 1 do
Oo won, Rim Rock second, Polonlus third.
Firtn race, six luriongs: uaianinus won.
Mlmo second. Colonel Van third. Time;
Sixth race, mile: Gateway, won. Anlrad
second. Hulford third. Time: 1:40.
NEW ORLEANS, March 18. Results:
First race, six furlongs: La Cache won.
Hist second, Half a Hundred third. Time:
second race, nair mue: irume Hunter
won, Falbala second, Georgia carter third.
, llil U ..IVC. MTV ."U MM.U.nv.
Docile won, Spencertan second, Short Cake
third. Time: l:oa.
Fourth race, five and one-hair furlongs:
June "Collins won, Presentation second,
Josette third. Time: 1.10.
Fifth race, mile and one-sixteenth: Cir
cus Olrl wori, 'Safeguard second, t)r, Oar-
rick third.. Time: l:7.
Slxtn race, mile and one-sixteenth: Alne-
ola won. Nimble Nag second, Strsder third.
HOT SPRINGS. Marcn 18. Results:
First race, half mile: Amellana won.
Pinkie second. Ths Lorelei third. Time:
OH. . , . . .
second race, six luriongs: Axarea won.
Ponna Bella second, l4tura Hunter third.
Third race, mile and seventy yaras: nc-
quart won, Mamsolle second, Ths Fiddler
third. Time: 1:40.
Fourth race, six furlongs: Harvests
won. Martua seoond. Lady Lavlsn third.
Fifth race, five luriongs: Debbie May
won. Matt WsdIHgh seoond, Jake Ward
third. Time: l:oiv.
b xth race, six runongs: xvicnois won,
Bart Howe second. Sly Hoots third. Time:
LOS ANGELES, Marcn l. Ascot results:
Vlmt rina. six furlonan: Monsoon won.
L berto second. fylo 11 third. Time: 1:17.
second race, mile: rnys won. Major
Hdoker second. Gray Worm third. Time:
Third ract five and one-naif rurionga:
Barrington 'won, Ruale Christian second.
Lsdy i:k third. Time: i:ow.
fourth race, six furlongs: colonel uogey
won, Golden Rule second, Rag Tag third.
Fifth race, six rurlonas: Gentle Marry
won. Chemist second, Potrero third. Time: i
J xth race, seven turutngs taneio won.
G'oniioe second. Red Damsel third. Time:
M'eakens law Track Team.
IOWA CITY. Io.. March 18. (8Declal.i-.
The track team of the State university of
Iowa has been so crippled during the last
week that all hope of winning the meet
with Minnesota next month seems to have
departed. Two of the star men, Anderson
and Smith., are out of ths game for good,
and 11 la tnougni nere mai tiosg, wno nu
been sick during the fore part of the week,
will not be able to enter any of the events
this year. The Board of Athletic Control
nas declared itiai Anderson nas played tits
four years and therefore can no), play this
year. It seems that the first year that
Cap" was down here he ran In an un
official meet with Drake college, and It Is
now stated that this should .count as one
year. Anderson was one of the best men
on the hurdles that Iowa has ever produced
and there does not aeeru to oe anyone that
can take his place at the prespnt time.
Smith, a new man. but one who already
haa a record of 10 feet 0 Inches In the pole
vault, has flunked out In a law study, and
they are not going to allow him a second
examination. Tha losses leave the team
In very bad condition. While there are a
lot of men out, they are mostly young and
Hnntlngton and Bartaeh Win.
Ons of the fastest bowling matches that
has ever been rolled In Omaha took place
on flelleck'a alleys last night when Bartaeh
and Huntington played Chandler and
Clarkson seven games for a side bet of
t'JS. The string that Bnrtach piled up was
little short of wonderful, while Chandler's
single game of Z90 was near ths limit
mark. Now Bartsch and Huntington want
to hear from some more of the fast ones
and would prefer that Potter and Fran
cisco, who defeated them a week or more
ago. take another ahy at their gam. Last
night's scores follow: .
Huntington ...,IM 178 2HH 172 226 183 190-1.402
Bartsch 2a6 227 227 230 234 180 212 1.55S
...421 415 60i 408 469 249 402 2.960
,...186 189 172 234 214 1 46 188-l,rJ8
...-'J 4 290 10 Ul 144 177 41-1,437
,...4C 479 233 416 374 322 4-1766
Kid lalllra Gets tk Decision.
BALTIMORE, March 12 -Kid Sullivan
of Washington tonight waa given the de
cision on points over Tommy Daly of
lirooklyn In a ntteen-round sparring bout
before the Eureka Athletic and Social club.
The Washington boy did moat of the flxht-
Ing throughout the battle, Daly clearly
awaiting an opportunity to land a telling
blow. While Daly was floored three times
by ths Wsshington man. he came up smil
ing on each occasion. Right and left jabs
by the New Yorker cut Sullivan's eye and
enlsrged his nose, but had little or no
effect on hi punching qualities. The men
ar in tbe featherweight class, but founht
at catch i-lght for a purs bung up by
Jack Pattern rkaages Havaa.
BEATRICE, Neb . March 18 'Special.)
Jack Putton. a pacing horse with a mark
of 2 :17V. has been purchased from Wymore
partlea by Dr. Dorao of thir. city, who paid
a fancy price for the' animal, which, be
u riui ner mis season.
THK RRLIABLR STORK.
TRADING STfil'PS WITH ALL
SECOND OPENING DISPLAY
A Veritable Feast of
Grand Exhibit of Fresh
New York Model Hats,
Our Own Artists.
FOR SATURDAY VE OFFER
23.00 Street Mats, QO
20 dosen combination Straw Braid Hats,
one of the very best makes cardinal.
btown, navy and black I fill
Baturday ..I UU
Extra Shoe Specials Saturday
A great March clearing sale from the four floor stocks, bought by us at FIFTY
CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Will close out the balance of these goo da at less than the cost to make. Not
Double Trading Stamps
Men's and women fine welt lace In all
leathers, worth up to 03.50, 96
Women's 03.00 hand turned viol 9 AO
kid, at ft 0
Boys' and youths' 12.00 and $1.50 satin calf
shoes on sale st fl.oO, flO
21.25 and... aOC
Little gents' and chlds' 21.00
Fine decorated gold stippled fruit dishes,
oak trays, berry bowls not an article
and up to $2.00 the whole lot Saturday,
Portland flow blue vases,
Semi-Porcelain cups and saucers,
psr sst.,., ,,
Groceries Groceries Groceries
THE BANli. TrAT PAYS TOU TO INVEST your money Is In our Grocery De
partment. We guarantee to save you 20 per cent on what you can buy groceries for
elsewhere.' Read these price; .
21 lbs. pur granulated sugar for 21.00
Large sacks eorpntAal 12fto
uooa rice, . ovy .twaus, sago, , parley
or farina, oer lb.
Quart cans fancy
sorgum ......... ... u J
Mince meat, par package.,,
1-lb. package corn starch..,
1-1 b. package macaroni..........'....;..,,
Jelly con, . Bromanjelon, Fruit Puddlne,
Jell-O, package.,.. , ,,
1-lb. Jars pure fruit Jam ,
Fancy glass fruit jelly
Large bottles pure tomato catsup
Large bottles pickles, any kind
1-lb cans fancy Alaska salmon....
1-lb. cans souns. anr kind
Elastic. Celluloid, Electric or I
2-lb. cana wax or string beans.
8-lb cans rhubarb.......
2-lb. cans Early June Peas....
We will place on sals Saturday fifty seta
at, psr set
People Taking t Packages from tha
Worla'a rair Grouad Will
Hat to Show l'p.
ST. LOUIS, MarcR 18. The bosrd of direc
tors of the World's, fair today promulgated
an Ironclad rule that no person, no matter
of what authority, will be permitted to
leave the position grounds with a pack
age .of any description without a written
permit from the - management. Thl rule
will b rigidly enforced until the exposition
opens, snd It I stated Is made to protect
eshlbltors. Any person may carry a pack
age Into tbe grounds, such ss a valise,
lunch basket, etc., but It cannot be carried
put without a properly signed permit.
Fanersl of Major Bean.
Brief funeral services wr held yester
day evening at 4:30 o clock at the late horn
of Major W. H. Ben In memory of .the de
ceased officer. Th service war largely at
tended by numerous friends of the family
end by the entire corps of officers of the
Department of the Missouri headquarters
snd many of the officers of the Thirtieth
Infsntry from Fort Crook. Th officers
both helped by the use of ,
It will enrich the mother's milk
and make the baby thrive. If
It is a bottle baby, put a part of
a tcaspoonfu! in the bottle when
it is fed. For poorly nourished
babies and children we believe
. it has no equal in the world.
OrilAHA'S SIIOPPIilG CENTER
SPRING STOCKS U0V7 COMPLETE
Fashion and Beauty
Arrivals of Paris and
Also New Creations by
THE FOLLOWING BARGAINS!
89c big bunches Bed Poppies,
39c bunches Aprls Blossoms, Qq
7So girls' Cloth Caps, big variety, 39tJ
EYESTRAIN, HEADACHK and many
other troubles caused by DEFECTIVE
Vision relieved by using ths celebrated
LUCIDUM LENSES, for which ws ar the
EOLB AGENTS. Call and ses them.
Willi Each Shoe Purchase.
ChMds' 85-cent soft sol 'shoes, 9C
Women's $1.75 fine dongola lac 110
shoes, at I lf
Women's 22.25 Goodyear welt lac ICQ
shoe, at , I 39
Sol agents ' for the ULTRA and
UROVER shoes for women and tn
tTETSON and CROSSBTT for men.
meat platters, water Jugs, salad
in tha lot worth leas than 01.00
1 RELIABLE DRIED FRUIT PRICES.
Large California prunes, lb ..,... l'4o
Fancy California peaches, lb.:...;.,.'... 1a
English cleaned currants, lb 7Ho
New York evaporated apples, lb 9c
Fancy Muir Park apricots, lb .......12140
Fancy Bartlctt Pears, lb UVo
AT THE FRESH FRUIT DEPT.
jancy Highland naval oranges, each., lc
Fancy California lemons, each lo
Fancy California flgs, package 7Vo
Large Brasil cocoanuta, each lo
fancy wuiorauo wnt clover honty.
per rack , ij0
AT THE TEA AND COFFEE DEPT.
rancy Maricalbo coffee, lb 18c
H. B. C. Diamond Blend, lb..... 173
Ankola blend, a combination of the
finest coffees that grow, lb 22V4c
B. F. Japan, Gunpowder, Sundrled or
English Breakfast, lb ." 25o
Choice Tea sittings, lb 1214c
of Concord Harness,
escorted the remains of the late Major
Bean to the depot, from whence they wer
sent ov.-r the Chioago, Milwaukee St.
Paul railway to Chicago, accompanied by
the bereaved wife, where then will be met
by a brother ot Mrs. Besn, who will ac
company th funeral party to Chester, Pa.,
where the formal funeral services and final
Interment wfll b mad Sunday, March 20.
Th casket wss strewn with numerous
beautiful floral tributes from devoted
friends and his fellow officers, .
News of tbs death Thursday at Harvard
college of Harry Carter, son of A. M. Car
ter, formerly of Omaha, ; reached relative
yesterday. Th young man. who waa about
22 years of sgs, died of pneumonia, th at
tack being virulent from th first. His
brother, Carroll Carter, was In Pittsburg
when death csms and hastened to Cam
bridge. The young man's parents removed
from Omaha to Denver and hla
two sisters ar now on a visit In Europe.
His third sister, Mrs. Newton Barkalow, Is
In Denver. ,
Mason Who Raised Prince of Wales.
SAN BERNARDINO, Cal., March 18.
Robert Hooker, the man who raised th
prlnc of Wales, now King Edward, to
the third degree of Masonry, and fought
and won the earl of Derby's first po
litical bsttls. Is dead here. As master of
th Barrow-in-Furness lodge of Masonry
he raised the prince of Wales to the third
degree, and later. In 1876, as Installing
officer of one of the district Into which
England Is divided, he presided at tha
ceremonies when Edwsrd wss mads grand
Funeral of Ashley Park.
FREMONT. Neb., March 18. (Special. )
The funeral of Ashley Park of this city
was held from his residence this afternoon,
Rev. F. E. Janes of th Christian church
conducting the services. Mr. Park was 7
years old and a native of Ohio. He came
to this county In 1867 and purchased a farm
In Maple township, and about sixteen years
sgo he removed to this city.
Mrs. Helen 24mlnskl. I
BEATRICE, Neb., March 18. (Bpeclal.) J
Mrs. Helen KsmlnskI, aged 24 ara, died
st Dr. Fall's sanitarium Wendesday of
blood poisoning. She leaves husband
and on son. Th funeral was held yester
day afternoon from the horn of John
Kamlnekt, the services being conducted by
Rev. A. J, Marqusrdt.
David Watson Stevenson.
LONDON. March 18-Davld Wstaon
Stevenson, ths sculptor, died at Edlnburg
todsy. He was born In 1842.
Lvl B. Closarh.
LEIGH, Neb., March 12. 8pclal.) Lvl
B. Clougb died at the home of his daughter,
Mr. J. A. Baum, In this city yesterday at
th ag of $. A snort sarvlc was hld at
AND PUREST GOODS
erhJl Tl M- v
WOMEN'S NEW SPRING SUITS.
Made of Lymnn's wool cheviot, new Eton
style, lined throughout with Glvernuud's
taffeta silk, silk drop with 15 Inch flounc.
iou can 1 oujincHte u for leu in Ofl
than 225.00 Saturday's price..
In blacks, blue nnd trowns, Eton style,
nought to sell for V.b.w, and well worm
Woman's etamin sklrtu,
bands of taffeta a great
barguln, at ,
French voile skirt, most beautiful crea
tions of the season, at.
18 50, 15 00, 12 00, 10 00
Our Immsnse Line
Lot 1 Women's waists In heavy vesting,
worth up to 12 00- JQ
Saturday 41 C
Lot 2 Women's waists In vestlngs, '.awns,
black and colored meraetlsud cloths,
worth up to $3.00 O0
Children's coats, ages 4 to 8 In i I nil
lengths, at I WW
Children's $10.00 coats,
Women's percale wrappers,
$1.60 values, at
Shoot Music Sa!o.
W will place on sale regular 50c sheet muslo at only 19o by mall. Vte. Bueh
popular pieces as Navaho, iwo-step; I'ncas, two-step; Our hoys and Glrla, march;
Dance of the Raindrops; Up In the Cocoanut Tree, song; Let Me Call 7ou My
Sweetheart Again; Only Way, song; Rose, Sweet Rose; I'll Walt , For Vou Jemle;
Take M Back to the Old Virginia Hhor.
Men's Furnishing Goods Bargains.
THE CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIMS.
100 doscn 21K0 men's Griffin and
Lyon brand sample shirts, pleated
and soft bosoms, separata cuff,
worth up to $1.60 AQm
New spring styles In men's hose
plain and fancy color, silk Stripe, .
worth up to 89c, 4 - Qg
MEN'S NEW SPRING UNDERWEAR Plain and fancy colors, gfjg ' JQq 25C
Our Furnishing Goods Department will be overflowing with bargains Saturday, .
, THE GREATEST LINE of swell new goods for. spring wear ever shown In the
' ctty Is now ready for your Inspection. If you want to know what la Just the thing
) for spring call and look over our mammoth up-to-date stock.
; Hardware, Stoyes and House Furnishings.
' A CAR LOAD OF BLUE AND WHITE
DON'T MISS IT.
Just what you want me nnui aim
COUNTRYevery piece warranted perfect.
other. Houses bh;l,l 2 UK.
i A FEW SAMPLE PRICES.
Peg-u'.ar $1.60 No. 8 Tea Kettle ma
Regular 75c Coffee Pot 49?
Regular 8&o Coffee Pot Wc
Regular 98c Coffee Pot 6o
his late hotp and the remain wer sent to
Courtland, Neb., where they will b In
terred in th family burial ground.
. I,lvery . Barn at Platto Center. '
1 PLATTE CENTER. Neb., March 18.
(Special.) Bob Gentleman's livery barn
burned about 1 o'clock this morning. Six
teen horses were destroyed, to'gother with
hay, grain and all the harness. Th buggies
War saved. Th origin of ths fire is a
mystery.' Mr. Gentleman is In Norfolk on
business and th amount of Insurance, If
ny, could not be learned.
Many people are wasting
away and dying of Catarrh,
Consumption, Cancer, Scrof
ula, Kidney and Liver Com
plaints, and blood disorders
of every name and nature,
who might live to a good old
age, in health and happiness,
by the timely use of Radam'S
Microbe Killer, which, by
destroying the germs of dis
ease, removes its cause.
Pleasant to the taste, and
perfectly harmless to the most
Wrilt f Ta W. RwUa Microbe KUkf Co.
ftm M. tu Prince St., New York, or
Myers-Dillon Drug Co., liith snd Far nam.
And All Druggists.
SPORTING W0RL0 HANDICAP
Piiltt 62 9i and 9? Whlnf ton 5t. Chicif o, 111
Slagl C'oplea OO ( rnti. fi Wrcklf.
ONE PRIC K TO A IX. .
W hava ur rprMoU,tlTe at all tha track , ha
ra actual a U4 milk all ctta bormfl, a4 attarttan
at tha statla. inaralijr bivIb ua th a-tr4 ta
fonaatlon wi tint, knowing when a horaa ia rady
od wttao tha right Biunajr t down.
Wa bava tha Lat pal4 auff of cltK-fcara ami tnalda
Informaiioa getir In tha luvlnt If uu glva ui
a fair and honaat trial you will buy no ctihar.
't 5o B'H fr- hut flur aoiantlflcally. Tlila
va prara by a viaH to oar ufflca vbvri our axpart
h-vn4iippr ar at wark. Wa furniaa you tua beat
taforakatLtkQ frjm all trmclia.
2 GUARANTEED SPECIALS DAILY
If va don't maka ynu win wa rafund your muoay
Ta oat-of-town anbai-rihara wa will givf thraa dny
fraa. and ua li.oa ii iuur ua you will ra-lf
aur talagrana. No attention rald to torn muu leal ioua
i.tlftowl wouay aocUad.
HCSStf W, IBWI-, Met,
THR RRI.IABI.K SIOHK.
SUPERIOR PREMIUM VALUES
Three trKnnfn-.turers rtork of sample
ga'ments to be sold at
50 Cents on vhe Dollar
Now Is your opportunity for ad van
tage ju buying. Do mt iris this chnncn.
An Immense line l..H garments In this
Waists, Rain Goats
JiKAtlTir l Lj Hl'lUKU SLH3,
In French voile nnd etamlnes. In black,
blue, brown and cliarningne, ntlre suit
lined with silk with liumlsomn silk drop.
A suit that would ordinarily sell for
trimmed with taffeta bands, fancy front.
tho price puciai lor c lit
Women's French vollo skirts, trimmed
with satin bands, tucks and silk drop of
Saturday's special...., ,
Misses' skirts, 0, beautiful
250, 2 98, 398, 500
of Sample Waists,
FOUR GREAT LOTS.
Lot $ The beet wulxt bargain In America
Japanese-China tuffetn silks, flannel vest
Iri4j, luwns, etc., worth up to gQ
lot Women's Poau de Sole waists (n
black and colors, Jupnnese silks, F.-enoh
lawns, organdies, linen.", Vhlna Q flQ
silks waists worth 17.00-at.. SO
$2.00 women's hand-mud pero&'.e I Cfl
wrappers, nt WW
$2.00 women's black underskirts
a great bargain at
SO dosen $1.00 men's sample night
shirts, worth up to $1.00, with or
without collars - )0
Baturday 0 6
New Spring 'Neckwear Puffs,
tackSr - faur-ln-handsrnanufactur-
er s surplus stocx, 2bo values,
ENAMELED WARE ON SALE NOW,
Aain - i.iu
WARE MADE IN
at about ONU-THIKD LESS
Regular 90c Dish Pan
Regular H.JO Dish Pnn
Regular (fie Water Pall ,
Regular 21.10 Water Pall
we have a run rno of every
SUMMER PLEASURES are
essentially out-of-door ones. yAII
the active sports make the bath
a luxury; add to its ' delights by'
USUlg IUUlbUat VblV ., ill c
only soap which lifts a ' bath
above a commonplace cleansing
process, and makes it a dainty
era a r I o u a,
i a cui much
V. tsla sod dii
H tl ftaniatimae c
SYMPTOMS Ueliinf snd llof-
Id(, than Sjatn pain, auranaaa asd
blaadlos. fumora form, anlar..
protre.de, sod if naclected, alcarat, bacoin-
ins vary aeriona tnd painful. To our toast
quickly and ptlnlaa.ly dm v
lnatanl rallef. Out la artarai dar.
At drutgiata, (CI S f
ot amt with rrln( for J) I iUU
Malydar Mfg. Co.. Lancaster, 0.. U.S.A.
Hold and rcnmirrn(iri by Merman A MrCoN
I KM. I'bua IV. for. Mth nnd ixdnt. Oiuh. ;
ITS TEN CENTS .n
What To Eat KaS$Z
Jtata, Ioms, Clever Toast. A good
friend to brighten your leisure mo
menta. Poll of norel guggeaiUons for
tlM Urn HaaJta BsIWtla ear "Oer koaaaa
' vaeld ha heaJthlar aj4 haryur it the lasaaaa
ar. nadar o( tSIa worthy svblloaUaa."
WHAT TO BAT unentar Ma. !
Wsskbtgtea U. and flUa Arm. Cassasj
MEN AND WOMEH.
I'aa t)if W for ansstsraw'
Irril.Uo. vr ulcratloM
of na ii e e s atsmhraaaa.
M I. MteMra.
PtiWMa, and nut MlrlB"
.at ar eolaosuu.
kald b Jkmggtsts,
er ant la rials rav
tir ai pra, praitald, ta)
SI M. ft I koiUnto.1t.
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sar. Medl a-MtXXTyl.
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