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flail rrnirr, Howard
Marked at astonishingly low prices for Thursday. We are perfectly
willing to lose on them. They take up too much room. Remnants ot
nearly every, cloth and color for every purpose. Remnants for half, in
many cases for less than half. Waist lengths, skirt lengths, lengths for
children's dresses, many full dress patterns, and best of all, every
piece is clean, crisp, fresh dress goods. On sale 8 a. m.
IIK KKO Nor'.LTY O !!, and Idai k
i 'pl'rd ilit-ili, nls iii remnant, fur
MKlWN HIKirr. Ni IV i. '.TV Tiny
I i if I bill.", tlll.rl'll threads "I HI'I'lli
' their, gllhK JuM il suggestion
t, hi remnant fni '.m-
rMi nsrwiv-h m.ies wide.
'W'i'iti ijiiallly. fur tli long coat f
l rieantlful fiilnii'. 4 nl ,11 tcmtiant,
1 ' II W
Hllfllt llt' H CHECK SU ITING -i;i
it HfMj nm), ei pi ft I . i:'-t aids In
-.1 ..i.i. r.. ;.. .
ct;i'K; XUVKI.T V -1 Indies
. ii i- iiwniiM, aHi niimic of
m. I in. colored threads fuming broken
: k. ii'. snl in remnant, f ir v
n KLTV CREAM PANAMA 4H Inches
wide, r nil Ih r lini O'ImIIIv. cream ground.
Ink threads fuming small he. ks. 3 yards
l" i .nu nl. for 'T7o.
NAVV "IILtKIH NuVKI.1 -Regular
' m i.ilitj, .' atd In remnant, fnr 7c.
I : H ! ; 1 1 T I'l.A 1 1 F ur ohlldr -n o l losses
ml In i.ninnnl. fnr 21c.
N'lVKl.TV ('I.Alt' Rod. urn, ami blue.
now, a tards fnr 3f
MI.NEH CHEVIOT SIITING (tegular
.Ac imnllli. Hi, rds In remnant, fnr Mo.
Xii:i.TV SI ITING-Rcguliir V- qiial
t. I strong fabric, 4 )nnl for 49c.
SILK rlMFHKP nRILLIANTINK-li-gulwi-
$1 hi m 1 m 1 1 f y . in the now fan turn
i"ilio. horo Hint there liny win on flgnrrs.
i sr. in lemuatit. fnr ?.4a.
U.li'K HI I K MiVKI TV Tho ww
In'. bore and there tiny flee'ts of white,
'aid fnr "V.
HRWN IM.AIM - Itinwii ground, bright
threads fm mini broken chocks. 7 vards
NOVKLTV I'llKi'K-lit blight colors. 5S,
a . I h In roninnnl. for "lo.
XMVn.TV liHKKX l-llKi'lv Regular RV
i'ielft. 4t yard In remnant, fnr 7!o.
NEW I'LAIIi-For children, voiy fnolty.
I'ItM rulnr. li, VHtds fnr '.'f
IllCn AXt Hl.AfK KIIKPHKHirS
BULLETIN FOR FRUIT MEN
K'onllnied from r'iist I'nge.l
prtiMlon of $H f't' mnntli for Callata J.
Junes nf Kairbur. the pension dating from
Repri pentat Ivo Ivinkaid today recnni
i. endij the aipolntineut of Cora A. ClavK
f.ir hM master at Hunter, Hioux county.
Rullotiii No. S- of the Iluienu of tho
tVusiis. Just issued, gives statist in of
manufactures for Ion a. allowing that the
value of pindiicts of factories Is $MO.b7J,3;3
for l!a. an Increase of about $J).Oio,ifio over
l:l. The line of industry shows the great
est alue of capital Invested is in lutuboi
aiid timber factories, with u capital of J7.
.S4.7. Tho largest value of product Is In
pai king house products, $:K.074.070.
rlemnaenda Nebraska Halldlag.
The senate committee on buildings and
Kiouiids tixlay authorlged favorable report
.ni bills making appropriations for the ac
quisition of sites and the construction of
federal buildings as follows!
At Moumi. Idaho. $7B.0iO: Kearney, Neb.,
$l'ViM: Carthage. Mo., $1(iO.0PO: Raker City,
Ore.. 5.'M; Rureka. Cal.. $175.oDO; rrovo,
I lah.$tt.'0; Afton, 111.. $78,000; for the en
laigement. of tlia building at Roanoke, Va.,
Of the Whole Family Depends Upon the
Than Fresh Milk.
orden's Condensed Milk Co.
Vigorous Clearing Sale Colored
Dress Goods Remrvants, Economy
I 'IIKCK .Vol y new. i yardo In remnant,
NAVV HI H IN1 - Roaular ",5i: unality,
t' anli ni I'-nniHiit. for 75o.
liUKKN ANI HI. I K PI.AIli Vol y now.
4i .laid" in romiiMiit. fnr
NAVV III. IK NUVKI.TV RAINPROi iK
Hi-pillar IV.'rii tiiility, 54 Itirln a Ulo. inixod
Krnutid. nmy mrd rMnnlna; Irnnthm lie.
vorj- iirtly yards for $2.TO
NtiTK-Nn mall nnlora flllod. Only those
ni tho oiinlor can lo Innkod nftor. Hun
drodi In olinnjo finm.
1 A Spring Display of Sheer
IN AX r.XSI'RI'AHSKP ARRAY OK NKW
j WKAVKS AND M ATK.HIAI.8.
liHino Faslilnn In n "apoorh" from tho
j "llimno" doi ro.it that tin- iirin and aum-
nior soamm will bo tho gieutost white
I gnud ovnt nf hor roicn.
j Wf aro fully rondy fnr tho groat drnmnd.
AVhlt.- Kromli lawna.
Whlto Froiirh mgandi.
Wh'to Parla iniiiiKurlino
Whlto air lino cloth.
Whlto t'oralan 1mii
) hlto nilk mulls.
' Whlto India llnnun.
1 White niorrorlxod pniillnii.
White ma inland nalnitnok.
And en many nthor now thitme in white
no cntild drvnto thie entire paxe in tolling
iiliinit them. Kvon then ynu would not
knnvv I hem en well a ynu will when ynu
eeo them, l.lnon dopartinont. ninln finor.
New Mercerized Vicerine
There are few materials that aro en dis- .
! ...,.i.. .i it, ..,.- . .,.n I
adapted to the purpose intend -d as those
boHiitll'ul and serviceable vicerine suitings, j
We will try to give you a description of!
them, but you must see them in the niece j
to appreciate fully tho beauty nf this now '
material. A mercerized yarn, rather un- J
and Sixteenth Streets
$8n,ori, and Increatiing the limit of cost of a
building at Kvanaton, Wyo., from $179.K)
Iowa Publisher Unri ( ortrlj ou.
In the supremo court of the Ulslrict of
Columbia today I'ostmaator General Cor
telyou waa made defendant In a suit Hied
by the Homestead company of Ies Moines,
la., in which the court is asked to enjoin
the postmaster general from enforcing an ;
order to exclude front the malls as second- I
clasa mutter a special mulling of 15.000
copies of Homestead, a periodical, pub
lished by the complainant. The order does
not affect the right of the paper to enjoy
second-class privileges In being trans
mitted to regular subscribers
John I.. Wrbatrr at White House.
The president today talked about uni
form state insurance laws with a delega
tion representing the committee inquiring
Into that work. The president expressed
hla Intense Interest In the work. The
delegation consisted of K. M. Katon of
Rhod Island. C. F. l.lbby of Maine. K. K.
Williams of Florida, John C. Riehberg of
Chicago, John 1,. Webster of Nebraska,
C. I-aiue of Pennsylvania and Talcott II.
Russell of New Hampshire.
F.Iectrlc Line Meeting;.
M18SOI-RI VALLEY, la, Fob. 21. --(Special.)
Delegate from Magnolia, Charter
Better and rSaer
Hop. Teh. 21. 1P0U
ovonly spun, iw wnon inin i i"it nf
pnnaina weave, prnduring .ho effort t
murh In vnguo In tho new ellk falnirs. and
b the uce nf two vnlor.'d varus the
changeable effect in firmlu.-od. Vicerine is
enft and pliable, doee nut crueli and washes
beautifully. Knr tho now wa-li euits we
du not know nf a mnro Iwmitiful or
eorvicenlile material-iV a jiid.
In Our Edonomy Basement
Our eprlng shnwing of ladiee' cnata. suite
and walHtsi reproaent faultless model
ing. Ilret-class workmanship, up to date
materials, perfect fit and more especially
correct and distinctive etyloe. Our last
point of excellence Is our attractive prloea.
Now spring silk suits in th new blues,
greens, greys and also beautiful black
styles at IS J5.
New spring silk petticoats In corals.
Alice blues, pearl greys, blacks and greens
New Spring Coats in plain coverts and
fanry mixed materials, short box stylos at
$4.M and $4. PS.
Long, loose plain covert coals nt $H.9R.
New Rain Coats Just received In oxford
and castor colors at $X.8!.
Final Clearance Ladies' Outing
Flannel Gowns at Half Price.
All $1.00 gowns .V'c.
All $1 gowns tiHc
All $1.ni) gowns 7V.
All $1.75 gowns
All $:.l gnwns $l.li.
All gowns $1.U
This Is the final clean-up nf those boautl-
fl gowns at lialf price.
Millinery Opening Watch for
,F . .
We will announce tho exact dale ot this
long-looked-for display with the next Issue
front the press. on't fall to watch for It.
Oak and Missouri Valley tuet esterday at
the office ot J. S. tiewell u the interests
nf the prnposed Willow Valley electric
line. Chairman A. Kdgecomb presided.
Incoi posation, state franchise and rights
of way were the subjects discussed. Fu
ture meetings wll lie held.
; DEATH RECORD.
Hev. Father J. F. I.rar).
CHAPMAN. Kas.. Fob. 21. Rev. Father
J. F. Iary. chaplain In chief of the
Grand Army nf the Hepulilic. died here
tonight after n long illness, aged ill years
He was born at OK.lciishurgh, X. Y.
In tieueral Demand.
Signiftcunt of the consumption of cliunc
riagiie in this country Is tho quick appre
ciation of wine perfection wnich keeps
Moet & ('hand. in champagne at the head of
the list of itnpurtal.oii? Into the I'nited
States. Last year there were brought iiuo
the port of New York :-9,3S7 cases of Moet
& Chandoti champagne which amount is
over Jo per cent greater than the impor
tations of the brand second on the list,
as shown by the custom house statistics,
Moet & Chandon "White Heal." vintage
UijO. is .elected for Horvico almost ex
clusively at prominent, functiuus. u-ud th.;
large reserve of thin grand wine serves
to maintain the popular demand for it.
Rnrke to Manatee Kansas l.
8T. LOCIS. Fob. 21. George Tebeau.
owner of the Kansas City American a.-socln-tlon
base ball club, tonight secured the re
leaao of Jimmy Hurke. former manager and
third baseman nf the Ht. Louis National
league team, lonke was signed lo inanago
the Kansas City team this year. Tebeau
also gets Catcher l-ahy.
FCRECAST OF THE WEATHER
Haln 1oda In Nebraska, folder In
West Portion Fair Tomorrow,
folder In I:ast I'ortlon,
WASHINGTON. fb. !l. -Forecast of tlie
weather for Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska Rain Thursday, colder In
west portion; Friday fair, colder In east
For South Dakota tiud Montana Rain or
snow- and colder Thursday: Friday fair.
For Iowa Fair Thursday, except rain
in extreme west portion, but warmer in
central and east portion: Friday fair,
colder in west portion, rain in eastern
For Kansas Main Thursday; Friday fair
For Missoui 1 Fair Thursday; Friday
rain, colder In west (Million.
For Colorado Rain or allow and colder
Thursday; Fridav fair.
For Wyoming Snow In west, rain or snow
In eastern port inn Thursday, c older In
south portion; Friday colder, except snow
in northwest portion.
OFFICK OF THE WKAT1IEK Bl HEAL',
OMAHA. Feb. 21. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation, 'compared with
the corresponding day of the last thn
years lftofi. lw-S. i,u iv
. .Ms it'll. in) tempei a'ure. . . . . r 14 a-.'
: Minimum temperature :W 31 i;
i Mean temperature 44 4n lt si
j t'rcclpitatiuti w .no r ,i
I Temporal uie and precipltutloti departures
j from the normal at Omaiiu since March 1,
I and romparisnu with the last two years:
j l-.xcess for t lie day is
J Total excess since March 1 1103
I Normal pre, Ipnatlon 03 inch
! lleflclency for the day na iucti
T..I.I r.lnl.ll ti..... Hl..l. 1 -w t..... .
...... - ...i..,, . . . . ..a.OT II1CHV
lleflclency since March I i.'M inches
tieSclency for cor. riod In Isoo.. 4 23 inches
Excess for cor. period in law 1.48 inches
- Reports trout Btatloaa at T I1
(station and State
Helena, part cloudy.
Kansas City, clear...
North Platte, cloudy.
7 p.m. mum.
Omaha. art cloudy...
Rapid City, part cloudy an
t. Iuis, clewr.
IBt. Paul, clear
Halt 1-ake City, cloudy.
T Indicates trace of precipitation
U. A WtLHli. Loci l-'oiecdsm.
SENATE PASSES FOOD RILL
Hfjburn Mnasare Goc$ Throneh TJppir .
HOUW bf Vote of 63 to 4.
SOME PROVISIONS OF PROPOSED ACT !
II Make It a Misdemeanor l Manic
faotare or Hell Mlshranaled or
Adnlterated Fonda. Drags
WAHHINUTON, Feb. SI. After fifteen
ears nf more or loss serious consideration
nf the subject, the senate today passed a
imre food bill by the declslxe vote of ivl
to 4. The vote was taken after a day de
voted almost exclusl ely to debate of a
desultory character on the measure. Sev
eral efforts were made to amend the bill
and tho committee accepted a nunitier nf
suggestions, but only those thus accepted
were Incorporated In the bill as passed.
The bll makes it a misdemeanor to man
ufacture or sell adulterated or niisbianded
nw. nmgs. meaictnes or itqunrs in tne
Klstrlct of Columbia, the territories and I
the Insular possesions of tho I'nlted Plates
snd prohibits the shipment of such goods
from one state to another or to another
country. It also prohibits die receipt of
such gonds. runlshment by tine of $ il or !
by imprisonment lor one year or both, is
prescribed. In the case of corporations,
officials In charge are made responsible.
The Treasury department and the De
partments of Agriculture and of Com
merce and Ijibor are required to
agree upon regulations for the collection
snd examination of the articles coveted
by the bill, but no specific pro
visionals made for investigation except
by tho Department of Agriculture. The in
vestigations by that department are placed
in tho hands of the chief of the bureau of
chemistry and If he duds that the law
has been violated the secretary of agri
culture Is required to report the facts to j
the i'nlted Btates district attorney, who
In turn is required to Institute proceedings
in the federal eonrts. The bill also de
fines foods, droits, medicines and liquors
and also dellnes the standards for thein.
There Is an exemption for dealers who
furnish guars tilers against adulteration
Vote on uiendiiirnta.
At n p. in. the senate began voting on
the various amendments. The important
amendments adopted Included the follow
ing: Changing the provisions regarding
the misbranding of liquors so as to make
It rend: "It shall be deemed niisbianded
if it is blended or rectified or consists of I
an admixture of different grades of the
same liquor, or contains or Is mixed with
substances and tho word 'blended.' 'rec
tified' or 'mixed' as the case may be. be
not plainly stated on tho package." etc.
Ther wore only, two roll calls on amend
ments and in both instances the committee
was sustained. The tlrst of these was on
ai amendment offered by Mr. Foraker,
eliminating the word "added'' from the
"In the case of liquors, an article shall
be doomed adulterated If it contains anv
added Ingredient of a poisonous or dele
terious character." The amendment was
lost i'4 to 4fi. Tho other roll call was on
a change suggested by Mr. Foraker In
labelling rectllled liquors, which was lost
bl- the close vote or 33 to :t5.
Tho amendment on that point which was
afterwards -accepted was on similar lines.
ir. .Moneys sunsllttito hill and on
amendment by Mr. Spooner authorizing the
secretary of agriculture to fix standards
of food, drugs, and liquors were both
voted down without culling the roll.
On the final roll call the bill passed by
a vote of 68 to 4, Messrs. Hacon. Uallev, j
Foster arid. T,lllimtn, all democrats, being
the only senators to cast their votes In 1
the negative. 1
The senate at 5:15 p. in. adjoin nod.
A ft M l -
Congressman Hall I rues Necessity of
strung Irniy and ns.
WASHINGTON, Fob. 21. -Chairman Hull
01 me military anairs committee, in pre.
senting the army appropriation bill lo the
...: urcewi... ui coin-
piete iireparouuess as to our army and
navy for trouble In the orient. He do. I
claied that any nation not prepared to de
fend its position In China might as well
haul down its flag and quit the Pacific.
Incidentally Mr. Hull pronounced Minister
Hockhlll at Peking g.lilty of Indiscretion
in Indicating to Chinese oRlfials that th.
I'nited Btat.-.-t intended returning ihe 3.
(Kl.uOu Rnxm- indemnity. Statements of this
kind he siild will be taken by the Chinese
as an indication that the I'nited States
was afraid rather than liberal. Mr. Hull
scouted the Idea. tkat Jaimn was Inter
ested In stirring tip trouble In China to
injure the I'tilted States. Japan's interests
in China, he said, wore identical Willi those
of the I'nited States and preservation of
peace there was the only manner in which
they could be maintained. Speeches on
tariff, immigration and the Payne customs
house Wll consumed the balance of the
The army appropriation bill was taken
lip when tlie house met today and It was
agreed to continue general debate for
Refore taking up the order a senate res
olution was agreed to reappointing Rich
ard Olncy of MasBuchuactts on the board
of regents of 'the Smithsonian Institution.
Chairman Hull of the military committee
took the floor to explain the army bill,
The bill carries a total appropriation of
Jti9.S78.5H2. which is l"ss by S1.521.15S than
the amount asked for by the department.
Discussing the army appropriation bill.
FMII AM STI DV.
4, Culleae F.iprrlencc.
"Al through my hign school course and
first year in college." writes an ambitious
young tn.ei. "I .struggled with my studios
on 11 diet of greasy, pasty foods, being
repectully fond of cakes and fried things.
My system got into a state of general dis
order and It was difficult for me to apply
myself to school work with uny degree of
satisfaction. 1 tried different medicines and
food preparations, but did not seem able
to correct the difficulty.
"Then my attention was tall.-d to Urape
Nats food and I sampled it. I had to do
something, so I just buckled down to a
rigid observance of the directions on the
package, and in less than no time beg m
to fool better. In a few weeks my strength
was restored, my weight had increased. I
had a clearer head and felt better In every
particular. My work was simply pnrt to
what it waa formerly.
"My sister's health was badly run down
and she had become an nervous that sha
could not attend to her music. She went on
lirape-Nuts and had the sam remarkable
experience that I bad. Then my brother,
Frank, who la In the Posi.irtice department
at Washington City and had been trying
to do brain work on greaay food, cakes
and all that. Joined the Grape-Nuts army.
I showed htm what it waa and could do
and from a broken-down condition ha lias
developed Into a hearty and efficient man.
"Besldea these I could give account of
numbers of my follow -students who have
made visible Improvement mentally and
physically by the use of this food." Name
given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
There's a reason. Read the little book.
"The Kond to Willvillv," iu package.
Chairman Hull ssl.1 that the slfiatlon In
China made It necessary to keep the r
and navy in efficient condition to moot
emergencies. It as nciessaij. he all. '
for us to b ready t fight for our rights, i
Mr- eharcterl.e.1 as Injudicious the i
utterances of Minister Hmkhlll that the'
t'nlted Htatoa Intended tu n-t'itn ;A.niO,.
f". Its shre of the iioxer ln.lriiin t.
Tlie mlnisrer. he said, did not hav a
proper con. option nf the character of the
t'h'nese people when be offered them a
bribe of Cli.iUi.nV to be good.
"They would lake eucn an nftor ss an
Indication of our Wll g afraid of them.
Mr. Hockhlll shoild lr.e lot whatever aid
was necessary come from the government
direct. Mr. Hull read a letter rebutting the
Idea that .lapar. was the author of the
trouble. II" said the Hoxoe indemnity
should be used to build battleships rather
than returned to chins. He said It was
in the Interest nf Japan to retain order
In china. F.very government that lias bus.
Iness relations with China must be ready
to protect themselves or pull down their
flag and loae the T'aclnc ocean and de
stroy their trade."
(Ml 4l. I K1 Ifi THIS
I Resnlatlon tn Inirallsalr Relallona of !
I Theae 4'orporatlona lo Hallroads.
WAPlllNiSTO.V. Feb. SI. At the suugos- !
I tlon of Renntnr Tillman, the hnuse com- i
mlttoe on Interstate and foreign commerce
made an amendment In the resolution todjy
which It has agreed to recommend for j
favorable action for the investigation of
alleged railway monopoly of coal and oil.
As the resolution was nt Initially framed 11 !
provided for an Investigation by tho Inter
state Commerce commission as to whether
railways own the coal and oil they haul, '
but it was the purpose of 111" committee i
to extend the Investigation definitely to all '
railway ownership of the mines and oil j
properties. To make the resolution clearer
an amendment was accepted which spc- I
ciftcally pmxldos for the Investigation of J
tho ownership of coal and oil companies.
CLEMENCY TO HOCH
Illinois Board of Pardons Wees
Heaaon to t onimnte 'lllne
SrRINUFIKl.D. 111., Feb. sl.-Tlie SiHle
Bonrd of I'nrdons mot at 1ft o'clock this
morning Itt their rooms and proceeded to
the executive office, where they discussed
the petition of Johann I Inch, condemned
murderer, for coimniitatlnn of sentence to
Imprisonment. After going over the evi
dence thoroughly, at 1S:4f o'clock decision
was arrived at to deny Hoch's petition
and annnuiveinent was made to that of- j
feet. The Hoard of l'nrdniis makes a
lengthy statement In which they review
the evidence nf I r. Celt and Mrs. Amellca
Flscher-lloch and come to the conclusion
that there was nothing in this evidence
to justify overturning tho Judgment of the
lower court, sustained by .iudirmetit of the
supreme court, as Pr. Zeit testified that
ho did not know wether Mrs. I loch, had j
died from arsenic poison or not and that j
presence of Prlght's disease would not 1
alf'i t death from erseiil.Hl poisoning. I
CHICAGO. Fob. 21. I Inch had been con- j
fident that he would b granted either a
pardon or a now trial, and tho news that a j
commutation of sentence had boon denied
came as a great surprise. He winced per
ceptibly when the news was told to him. J
but recovered his orimposure immediately
and remarked, quietly: "AH light. I have
nothing to sa.y about it."
-tht Allci.ck's are tho original and genuln
porous plasters; all others are imitations.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
tlmnhtt fnntlnnea to Miow a
Increase Over Last
CLNi'IXXATI. Feb. Jl. 1 Special Tel. -gram.)
The. Price Currenl sa.vs. Tlie
moveinent of bogs has not enlarged, the
movement not varying much from the pie
ceding week or tlie corresponding week
year. Total western packing was
fXX t.m .iniiri:iied Willi ."-.TO.IIcll the m-eccilma
' ..u ., -.- r.,, VMI. ,,.. v,,,,,,.,,,.,
i , , ia o rrnniM. v..lii 9 kT.i nun
Prominent places compare
2.4U).i'i 2 t'S.i.dnc.
. ... 111 tl.KI ll4..,IH'
.... fiS'.'.Cmi 5tai,tMi
214. CM 2.VI.IMI
. ... 27:.loii 21 7. 'i'n
Sioux t'lty ....
SARAH Kill 4 r rSKIJ MlltDF.R
Gtvi Details of Plot Resulting; In
the Death of Her Husband.
DF.3 MOINES. Feb. -.i. Ju.,t before
swallowing the fatal dose of poison, an
act of self-destruction committed after all
hope of securing; a pardon frim the Iowa
legislature had vanished, pretty Sarah
Kuhn wrote with her own baud a confes
sion, in which she admitted putting to
death hor aged husband. Jaco'j Kuhn. The
confession Is now In the hands of the
board of control and was mad
the llsst time today. It details the plot
which resulted in the death of her aged
shoemaker husband and gave to her a
freedom to wed a younger 'lover a hope
never realized. Two years ugi the legisla
ture was split over the question of a par
don and would undoubtedly have granted
It this year hid she lived.
4inr)hit for Drnlnmie Hitch.
ONAWA. Is . Feb. 21. tSpocial. -A sur
veying; party started this week to make an
examination of ' route for a new drainage
ditch, commencing at the Woodbury
ounty line, north of Rodney, running
thence southerly along the Utile Sioux
Valley to tin- intersection of the Monona
Harrison ditch. This ditch Is calculated to
drain several thousand acres of Innd now
subject to overflow and too wet for culti
vation, which la believed will materially
help the drainage (,f ihe uper Sioux Val
ley, which Is now often flooded by the
waters of the Little 81oux river. R. 8.
Fessendeii Is the cominlssioiier of the
drainage districts, but the party now at
work is under the 1 barge of C. L. Huff,
engineer of Harrison d. The piat
ter is regarded as practical and tho work
has the endorsement of most of the prop
erty owners In the ptoposed district.
Ithiaua Hold Rauquet.
MISSOI RI VALLEY, la.. Feb. 21 (Spe
cial.) Anchor lodge No. Hi of Ihe Knight
of Pythias held a banquet, at Masonic hall
Monday night, which la considered a great
success. It was uttendeil by 140 guests. A
musical program was also tendered and
dancing ended the entertainment
(iaarautreel Cure lor Pilra.
Itching, blind, bleeding or protruding piles
Your drunfist will refund money If l'azo
Ointment falls to cure vou in ti to 14 days eoe
Interest iu Ware Case.
LEAD. 8. I.. Feb. :i. tSieclal.) -Interest I
In tho approaching hearing, which will take 1
place before Judije M linger of the I'nited I
Slates court at Omaha, for a new trial j
In the caae of Roe. G. O. Ware, rector of i
the Episcopal church of Lead, Is great, and I
the people of the city, remembering the i
services which Rev. Wai and bis wife :
McKlhbln HivtrehownmtJienev "TWucop." AlpixoDe." "Fa Jir.
e,-rpe"and other popular toft tharmforbflyt
Mchibbin tlMS m all lha itplvl'-olhip-reca'eeim-afcwr..
MrKibbln tlMS in all Colon McKlbbln !l(kt lot sNV.hM and
the McKibbin Hat in &ny rtyle, w
THE STANDARD OF HAT VALUE
At the Herts nl tt km drsleri errtywhere . . '
I laWaWTnawrnrriB TfflirTTTTiTTnTifiMrTBnnn rnmnnnmmmmm trmmmmk
Mmry earning nmnov i tho secret nf
Buecese. Compounding tho osrnlngs makes
morn fortunes than hpeciiruions
A dollar represents a section of our
life spent foolishly, it is gone forevei ;
sivod It becomes a silent purl nor alw as
working for you. Yon may ojion a Savings
account with us at any time without ex
pense, ltesourcos $1.5.1S.0tio.
Kneh amount, hnwever smalt, shares
In earnings from the dale received at this
tV lo $,V"1 Investments received anv
day and cash dividends paid thereon Jah
1st and July 1st.
The all-powerful NOW Is the only tltii
vnu are sine of.
The Conservative Savings & Lean Ass'n..
2tV 9. inth St., Omnlin.
OF A I'd II. J AITOMUHILK WKKJHIXU 1.7M)
THIS IS .Jl'ST ONK OK TIIK HKASOXK WHY TUK
IS THK BEST AM KMC AN TOURING CAN. IF YrtlJ
WOULD L1K K TO KNOW THK OTHER REASONS
SKN'I) FOR THK "TWKNTI KTH CENTURY HUST
LER." ITS FREE.
IS THK MOST POWERFUL AND ECONOMICAL
CAR BUILT. IF YOU ARE "FROM MISSOURI"
ciiMF. i 'ii wk w 11. 1,
R. R. KIMBALL,
2(2(20-J8 FAR NAM ST.,
j pel formed during the epidemic of typhoid
I fever and pneumonia which ragca neie
I a,.,...,'ui, .ui'a mm are anxiously awaiting
I the result. Rev. Ware was one of the most
j Kipulai ministers who has ever served the
1 people of a congregation In Lead, popular
not only with his own flock, but with nil
the people of tho community. Rich, with- !
out the need of the salary which goes'
i with tho position which he has occupied
! his purse has ever been open to the needy.
1 and his charity has been unbounded by j
1 creed or social position. Mo has given 1
freely to the relief of distress, and lias had t
', as pensioners many of tlie jkioi' of the city.
Alnraya Keeps 4 hnmberlnlu's Cough I
Hemedy la Ilia House.
"We would not be without Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It Is kept on hand con
tinually In our home." says W. W. Kear
ney, editor of the Independent, Lowry City,
Mo. That is Just what every family should
do. When kept nt hand v-ady for Instant ,
use a cold may be chocked in the outset ui.d '
cured in much less time than after it has
become settled In the system
b -.ff ..kM 4 11,iCmII
.r,vv 1W1.1X 1--. . . ii,- iuii-ioit "i
.nlin .. nicv ail, IHll pi emui-iii 111 I ue c w :
York Lif" Insurance company, was held
today at tlie Komau Catholic church uf
the Rlessed Si'crameiit. Tne street 111 front
of the 1 hiircb was llllod for half a blo.l;
with hundreds of neisotiH who could not
1 int" tl'Q odifloe.
Headaenea and rurntila from 4 olds
laixative Bromo Quinine, the Cold and
Grip remedy, removes tho cause. Call f.ir
name and signature of E. W. Grove. 2r.c.
4roavenor l.osea Sent.
LANCASTER. .. Feb. 21. -Albert lKiug
lass was today nominated for congre-s o.r
leneivl Grosvenor on tlie first ballot by
71 to SO
. . ii... ... 1 t j ,
DeiltlStS say It IS tlie best deiltl-
frice and antiseptic in the world
for the teeth and gums leaves the
enamel white and gleaming;; also
leaves H delicious after taste."v
In hand metal raue or bottles. SSe.
DT Graves Tooth Powder Co.
OYSTER PATTIES DEUiONlCO
Thursday Dinner at
anJ foung row1 Ratify Kn(!i(oVni.l.
lb b4 bit lo be had in thai dvU.
siinw vni .
wuuuwaid A: burgssi,
THIS AFTERNOON TONIOHT.
The Marriage of William Ashe
Sunduy and Mondav
Seats. 26c, .".He, 73.-, II. Monday' mati
nee. 25 and 5no.
BURWOQD Niht 1 8un. Mats. 10c-26c.
1 Hit WIMIUUAKU STOCK' CO.
TWKNTY -THIRD BIG WEEK
Matinee Today, TJtghi. All Week
MK. AM) WOMKV.
O. D. Woodward os Governor Rodman.
Next Woek-BLLE, JF.ANS
SHiial Matinees. Mon.. Wed. Fri.
Traveling Woodward Stock Co. fri
LITT4LE LOUD FALNTLEROT
I nvsfi 1 wiiiwivi w ivs rsi gjff
J M. GILL AN. Manager.
TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY SI
Farewell Amerfoun Tour
L'nder tne direction of bain SI. L ouu
belt and W. fr Connor With her incu.u
paiable coiupitny 1 101:1 the
ITHEATRK SAitAH KlCitNllARDT. PAUiS
1 Pt icofc-1.w, (l.iio, J ou. ;-.land box seais
1 To Guard Against Ticket Speculation.
J Mail older lor tickets -will now be ie
I celvt d 1 1 0111 all points, including Omaha,
when aci 0111 1 j iiicl by poslolhce or exptess
money order or check and a stamped ad
dressed envcl.ii.e for reply. All applications
jteived. and the tickets will be mailed t
the ruichuser on the following day.
1 itir seiaia win n 1 in 11. oinei r-
Siamese .111 communications, in i. m.
Clllnn. Manager Auditorium, Omaha, Nto.
Regulor Box Office Sale Cirns Prlda.
F'.-liriKtry 23. at 9 a. ti. .
Thone Douglas V
THE GREAT OKrilEl M KAl SlltiW.
SVFriAL '' ' '
Washin.lon's BirhJaj Wt. Tedar 2:15
Anv nun m bouse. .iulnren. In
TON U.I IT.
J'riers. IVc. 2a-.
IO f t I 1 f Prices lie. fjo, jne. Tic.
KKUtl Mats -'-Any seat. 2.c
Matii.ee Todays-Tonight. S:IV
i'ho C.rtst MeliMli-ainalic b'ciisiti.in
THE BURGLAR'S DAUCHTLR
A itur That Strikes True lo tbe lle.tn
I'll -Jane Curconii. i.i 1'ie'ttv l'g...
AUDITORIUM ROLLER RINK
MISS NELLIE D0NEGAN
(i real est Ka'T) Skalcr In tlie ti.
Kvciy AfterniMin and Ktcniug
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