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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, lOOfi.
CATTLEMEN'S LATEST MOVE
Prominent Hansen. Under Chartre Want
Million Acrea for Grazing.
WOULD SEGREGATE IT FROM HOMESTEADS
It Pimm la Adopted It Will Xalllfr lro
(lii Aajalnat Petitioners (or
Aliased Illegal Fraclac
I I'abllc Uad.
A new move haa Just been Inaugurated
n the part of the cattlemen, with a view
to nullifying the proceedings against them
In the United States courts fur this district,
for alleged illegal fencing of public lands.
A petition Is bring circulated which asks
that the IHsmul ltlver forest reserve be
extended to the North Platte forest reserve
through the counties of Hooker, Thomas,
Blaine and McPherson, whereby over 1,000,
OuO acres of public land will ba segregated
from the privileges of homestead entry, and
thus turned over for general grazing pur
poses. Among the petitioners are the Dawson
Bros., ltev. O. Q. Ware and the U. B. I.
Itnd and Cattle company, Black Bros.,
T. B. llord and others, all of whom now
have suits pending against them in the
l.'nlted States circuit court for maintaining
illegal fences around vast tracts of public
lands, obstructing public highways, inter
cepting the United States moils.
Should the petition be granted extending
the forest reserves, the civil cases now
pending against these parties will, of neces
sity, huve to be abandoned. However, the
extension of the forest reserve as petitioned
for will not cause the abandonment of the
prosecution of such of the petitioners as are
under investigation for procuring fraud
ulent land eatrles within their enclosures.
These investigations will be continued by
the secret service department and sub
mitted to the federal grand Jury for its
determination in May.
WAHE'I BILI, OF EXCEPTIONS FILED
There Hundred rases of Reasons Why
Verdict la Unsound.
The bill of exceptions In the case of the
United States against Rev. George G. Ware,
recently convicted of conspiracy in securing
fraudulent land filings within the U. B. I.
ranch enclosure. In Hooker county, and for
which he was sentenced to pay a flna of
11,000 and be confined in the Douglas county
Jail one year, was filed In the United States
district court Tuesday morning by T. J.
Mahoney. attorney for Mr. Ware.
The bill comprises -upwards of 300 pages.
The principal pleadings pertain to the
Htatute of limitations and exceptions to the
Instructions given the Jury by Judge Munger
in the case. No exceptions are taken to the
The case will now go to the United States
circuit court of appeals on a writ of error
Hnd assignment of errors. It may not be
hrurd until the December sitting of the
circuit court of appeals. In the meanwhile
ltev. Ware remains nt liberty under his
bond of $5,000 until the final determination
of the case.
J. M. RICHARDS PASSES AWAY
Old Resident of Omaha Dlea of
Cancer of Stomach After
J. M. Richards died Monday night at the
fnmlly residence, 1115 South Thirty-second
street, after a long illness, with cancer of
the stomach. Mr. Richards was M years of
age, lived twenty years In Omaha and was
a member of the U. S. Grant post. Grand
Army of the Republic. The funeral will
be Thursday afternoon. Rev. Lucius C.
Baird of St. Mary's Avenue Congregational
church will conduct the services at 2 p.
m. Burial will be at Forest Lawn cemetery.
Mr. Richards was born April II, 1842, in
Portland, Me. At the outbreak of the war
of the rebolllon he entered the northern
army and helped fight its battles until
peace was proclaimed In 1805. When he
was discharged he was a noncommissioned
officer In the Thirteenth regiment. United
states rogulars, under General Sherman,
and in his service as a soldier marched
with Sherman to the sea.
At the close of the war he removed to
Howard county, Iowa, where he lived until
he came to Omuha about twenty years
ngo. He .was engaged In the insurance
business ftor nearly thirty-five years ami
traveled In Nebraska for about twenty
rive years of that time, having been for
merly state agent of the Continental Fire
Insurance company of North America.
Mr. Richards had a Jovial and sunny tem
perament, which endeared him to his pro
fessional associates. He leaves ' a widow
and three children by a former marrlagu,
CHptaln Charles M. Richards. Guy M. Rich
ards and Miss Maud Richards, all of
The Interment will be at Forest Lawn and
tho funeral services will be held from his
late residence, 1115 South Thirty-second
street, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
GAIN jN . TOTAL RECEIPTS
Increase In Grain Shipments to Omaha
for Frbrnary Dsc to HeaTy
laflaa of Oats.
Secretary Merchant of the Omaha Grain
exchange has prepared his report for March
for the Department of Commerce and La
bor. It shows a gain in receipts of all
grains of ST8.BO0 bushels over February, due
to the largely increased movement of oats.
Receipts of this grain were 1,249,000 busheisj
as compared with 756.800 bushels in Febru
ary. Whest receipts were 1.400 bushels
lighter than In February, corn 197,9u0
bushels lighter, rye S,0u0 bushels lighter, and
barley 6,000 bushels lighter.
The following tablo shows receipts and
shipments for March:
.. .1.2'9.ri. l,ii3,(w
Good Words for t'hamberlula'a Conith
People everywhere take pleasure In tes
tifying to the good qualities of Chamber
lain's Couph Remedy. Mrs. Edward Phil
lips of Barclay. Md.. write: -I wish to till
you that I can recommend Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. My little girl. Catherine,
who Is 2 years old. has been taking thij
remedy whenever she has had a cold since
she was I months old. About a month ago
I contracted a dreadful cold myself, but
took Chamberlain s Cough Remedy and was
soon as well as ever. Recently when my
husband was buying a bottle of this remedy
a man stepped up and said, 'Mr. Phillips
Is that a good mediclneT and my husband
replied, lt can't be beat."
Palmer Speaks at Pawnee City.
Cnptaln II. H Palmer lm been Invited
to deliver the Decoration Iav hiIcIivks nt
Pawuee City and has acceptrit the Invift
tioit. The Invitation Ik extended by John
A. Insiiam pout, tirand Army of the Re
public No. '.C Klahorate preparations have
lrn niadH by the J'uwnee county veteiuns
lir the observance of the ila
If disfigured by plmplna, ulcers, sores.
Bucklen's Arnica Salv will heml you up
without a scar. 25 cents. Guaranteed.
For sale by Sherman & McConnell Drug
7V1 II I ITSJFRV
: -riJ A J Mm, as. J- at a i i J a a
A Thousand Stunning Hats in
Our Fashionable Showing of
. - 5. '. m
When Easter comes a greater variety of
shapes and trimmings will be shown in the
millinery than In any other previous sea
son. Such a broad choice gives a most
satisfactory chance to suit Individual tastes
and find many styles that are especially
BRANDEIS' GREAT SPECIALTY IS THE
CLEVER LITTLE HAT THAT IS TO
SELL AT A MODEST I'RICE
Our neat little Street Hats at $2.50 are
proving to bo very popular.
Sailors lead in favor and
.the smaller shapes are all
represented in this group.
Look like $5 hats, at
wide ribbons, etc., ; These hats are made to Kive tne
whole costume a smart air.
Every hat is correct in style and
are used with splendid effect this
spring in fashionable, moderate
priced hats Brandela' C flrt
great leader, at J.UU
beautiful in color, effect, Cfl
splendid assortment, at. . . I.UU
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
EASTER TABLE LINENS
Jl.i.OM.OO purchase of fine pattern tablo cloths and napkins at 334c on
the dollar. John 8. Brown & Sons and other well known linen weavers.
Table cloths worth $12.00
and Ilf.( at, each
Table cloths worth I1S.0O 7 .Q
Table cloths worth $3."
and 14.00 at, each
Table cloth worth Jj.00
and tfi.oo at, each
Table cloths worth $7.00 O Oft
and $8.00 at, each J.VO
Table cloths worth JH.50
and $10.00 at, each....
nnd $.'0.0O at, each.
Table cloths worth $22.50 Q QQ
and $25.00 at. each O.O
rtendv-to-use table cloths, CQ QQa
worth up to $1.75, for, eaOSO-OOli
Napkins to, match pattern cloths will be sold at less than one-halt
Here Are the Styles Worn by the Smartest Dressers
The Covert Coat occupies high favor
this spring styles are snugly fitting
with self trimming and rows of
stitching very carefully tailored a
range of prices
Cravenette Coats, $9.93
Covering all the dress and shielding
it for any sort of bad weather
stylish, too, and very pop-x f r
ular any time and any vB4
place special m mf YJ
See the lndow Display for the
BIG RAMS OK LACE Cl ItTAIXS
FOR NEXT MONDAY.
OMAHA MF.ATT1PR ron IT AST Wednesday, (older.
NOTION SALE Basement
Ladles' pad and side
liose Supporters, reg
ular 25c, at Bl
each Cotton Thread, all col
ors. 200 yard
spools, at, spool...
Good quality Pins, full
So, at, paper.
Wire Tlalr Pins, regu
lar tc pkg at.
The Premier nickel
plated Hafety I'ltis,
regular Re card, (",-,
at, 3 cards for
The best quill bone. 3
yds. in box, er
Metal back and bone Toilet Combs, regular 25c value, at.
The Nameless Stockinet
lrt'SN Milclds, r
rcg, jflc, at, pr..
AVIre Hairbrushes, reg
ular 25c, at. 71n
Bone Collar Buttons,
regular 5c doz., fl
All silk veilings in Indies Neckwear, loo Wash Ibices. Vals and
al vaM IOC 3tylP!;- 150 IOC 60 nd.. . Vln
at Jard and lUt, Torchons, at iC
Great Lace Curtain Sale Next Monday
All the Fine Lace Curtsln Bought From a Philadelphia manufacturer
THE MOST AMAZING BARGAINS IN OUR HISTORY
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r 1 11,1 " "". 1
SEEING IS BELIEVING"
Headquarters for Popular-Priced Millinery
GRAHD OPENING WEDNESDAY
A beautiful bunch of souvenir violets free to every
lady visitor TODAY.
Showing hundreds of beautiful Imported and Domestic
The grandest display of new, pretty, popular-priced
Millinery ever shown in Omaha.
Lagrotta's Italian Harp Orchestra in attendance.
Get It From Us KERN 1508 Douglas St.
The Omaha Trade School
Of PLUMBING, HEATING
Is now open and will give to
students a' life scholarship for
$100. The course usually takes
from six weeks to two months,
but you can stay until satisfied
without additional expense.
OFFICE 701 S. 16th Street
y Vanity Pure
I lUwk and Side Coiabii. VI
I BrocoleU Crosses I j
Th-e ra all new and our 1:1
stock is larse, nd they jjj
ore Just what yj
the Indies V
XV wnt. j
VuraCjtv- J'Aj'Siafcii pi aasint
,j( Drow n & Dorsheim
nd fu- 1906 r.l.l.j P- v I
St.ll tilt I D
JJ GREEN TR&DiNj STAMPS EVERT TIME
First Showing o f E aster Hats
Every Variety for All Wetrtrs
From the Little Miss to the Elderly Matron.
Style Advice of th". HUjliesl Value tritli Every
Hat from Mc to tuO.00.
Npeolsl Priors for Wednesday.
C1IARMINO SAIlAiRS Trimmed with quills,
I'lbliuns, wings and flowers
$2.50 to $5.00
FANCY PHAPB HATS-Trlmmed with pretty
garniture of ribbons, flowrrw. foliage or moss
$3.50 to $7.5U
LAROK PICTfnF. HATS lmporled French
models, and -others dcnlsntd from and copies
of the most famous Parisian creations
$8.50 to $50.00
Omuha'a headquarters for little folk's
millinery, ltonnets. Pokes, Toques, Hus
sars, Turn O'Shunters, Balmorals, Glen
",i 1 i-'r
EASTER ART SUGGESTIONS
A MUSICAL PICTUKK
"The Beethoven Sonata" by
the Italian Artist Balestri
eri. This beautiful picture
depicts a number of artists
in the Latin quarter of Faris,
listening to the rendition of
Beethoven's beautiful Son
ata. The depth of feeling
and expression the Artist
brings out, is everlasting.
Above Carbon Pictures,
Iiandsomely framed in quar
tered oak moulding, a $5
value everywhere, sale
Other good values from
PICTURE FR AMTNO We refit and
clan old plcttirnB. See our new
mouldings and frames.
THE NEW LIGHT COPEN
beautiful about twen
$2.00, $1.50 and $1.25
IN IfXHA BROWN EFFECTS, WE
HAVE VASE.S AT &oo, c,
87c, 98c, $1.26 and up to kP"J
GOOD SENSIBLE JL'OS, Qfin
at ll.nn, $1.25 and
(SEE HARNEY STREET WINDOW.)
NEW PATTERNS IN JOHNSON
UROS." DINNERWARE P ratty
green. Illuminated with gold, com
plete 100-plece sets, 16.50
Sold In separate pieces
at lowest prices.
NEW CUT WATER SET Consists of
six tumblers nnd Jug. a very pretty
cut design, Wednesday, f fiQ
at. a set l,Uy
NEW JAPANESE-CHINA SUGARS
AND CREAMS Dark blue, with
floral decoration, gold-traced, QUp
pretty shape, a pair
Many new things received dally In
this vast glittering China Department.
Always pleased to show goods and
have the pleasure of quoting prices.
Wednesday Sales irv Our
Cloak and Suit Department
Sample Snto l.alW KtonR and Jackets, black, tan and rastor. these
garments are worth from h to $8.50. We have only sizes Q C
32. 34 and 36, and to close them out, the price Is tJJ
Ladies' Craenette Rln Coats new models, half fitting and full barUs,
large box pleats, colors Oxford, tan, olive and castor. In Cf
plain and checks, values $15 to $16.50, at laW.U
Ladle' Silk" Petticoats, black and all new colors, prices Z Q C
$4.95 and ,
Misses' All Wool Sei-Re. Dresses, ages 8. 10, 12 and 14 years, colors
navy, brown and dark green, with deep collars In new shades of red.
pleated'back Jacket with belt; this was a pick up of $10 J QC
Suits that we will bcII at ifJJ
Lutlies' WMte Knibroldered Waist, dollar quality, . AQn
Itargain Sole of Children's' rmlerniuslins 50 dozen . Children's fino
Muslin Drawers, plain tucked, heavy. band, worth 19c pair, lrtf
Kale Wednesday, a pair 1UC
Special Lot of Children's Skirts, plain, tucked and lace trimmed; also
embroidery and lace trimmed Drawers, all sizes in this lot, IP
35c values, all go Wednesday, each t DC
Children's Gowns Big lot of Children's fancy embroidery trimmed
Gowns, made of the finest muslin, tucked yokes, this lot Cfly
Wednesday, each ...3UC
Xew lrft of Fancy Kibbons 300 pieces of new Imported Louisene silk
RlbbonB in Scotch plaids, fancy embossed effects and Pompadours,
all colors, over fifty patterns to select from, 3 to 5 inches y P
wide, worth to 60c yard, this sale only, yard.... m0C
Colored Dress Goods
Just Received a Line of the Popular Grey Tropical Suitings 54-ln.
wide, light and dark grey mixtures, in checks and plaids of different
colors, a regular $1.75 cloth, on sale Wednesday, IOC
a yard, at !)
Very Special Sale of Wash Goods Russian check Suitings, all shades,
in neat stripes and dots, lots of plain shades, special for f
Wednesday, a yard lawlC
Dress Sateens, yard 15c 50 pieces of fine dress Sateens, soft finish, all
new patterns, regular 25c goods, Wednesday,
a yard " IDC
German Linen Suitings 25 pieces of Linen Suitings, in all ia
the new shades, worth 30c yard, Wednesday, a yard lifC
Madras and Cheviots for Shirt Waist. 36-ln. wide, light and dark
colors, worth 15c and 18c yard, Wednesday, I'll
rd r IZ2C
Sale of Bed Pillows 2 V4 lb. Bed Pillows, covered with a fine ACA
quality ticking, filled writh good feathers, worth 85c each, M f
Wednesday, each tyZJG
Cheap Lace Sal Wednesday Big lot of Imported Lace Bands, Appli
ques and Trimmings; fine wash laces, Venetian Trimmings goods
in this lot to suit any fabric, worth to 35c a yard, this sale r
a yard J(
$1.00 Waist Patterns 7Xe Fancy embroidered, fine Batiste Waist pat
terns, warranted enough material to make any waist to size 4 4
embroidered front and cuffs, a $1.00 value, for this sale 7 m '
Pretty Neckwear, Cheap Fancy Embroidered Wash Stocks and Buster
Collars, and fine, linen lawn, fancy embroidered Turnovers 1 1
worth 25c each, special Wednesday, each lUC
Demonstration of the One Min
ute Dangler Gas lUnge. the
quickest and best baker on the
market saves from !!0 to 30 per
All styles and Bizes H ) C
prices up from J nJ
Extra good one-piece A,
Steel Hoe rwft
And 20 Green Trading Stamps.
Extra good riveted Jt
And 20 Green Trading Stamps.
24-tooih Lawn 41 'n
And 30 Green Trading Stamps.
Extra good Steel Rakes, TC.
35c, 30c and JK
And 20 Green Trading Stamps.
Jap-a.Iac, the great Varnish
Stain makes old floors, doors
and woodwork of all kinds look
like new. Comes In thirteen dif
Bennett's Candy Section
Peanut Squares, pound, IA
Easter Novelties, up f
Several hundred raks Walker's
Bennett's Big Grocery
A Sensation for
Green Trading Stamp
TEAS, COFFEES AND
Special Lots, Special Values.
Ten to Two Hundred
Green Trading Stamps with
Lots and Green Trading
Stamp Extras on special
Good Wednesday and
Fruits and Vegetables
Fresh Ripe Straw- n
berries, pint box . . law 2C
Heavy Daily Supplies
of Strawberries. Right
1 Suit's Here.
THE RELIABLE fWE
Buy lion CHr
Laces and Save
1 1 f b VV VI
Interesting Wednesday Specials.
mwm w aar a w ai ai
The nobby little allor
The lariat selection of untrlmmed ahnpes In the city
Feather and materials of all kind", ars hera in plenty.
$15 New Eton
Suits at $7.50
173 81'ITS in the popular eton style, will
be placed on sale Wednesday at Just half
their real value. These aults are well
made, beautifully trimmed. Jackets ar
sutln lined, sizes 32 to 4". garments well
worth I1S.W -J C
for Wednesday, only M Jr
iimn ywu rxiunni your .asir nacl
If not. now In the time to ret It-
. while you hnvw time to compare prlcci
at the different stores, W want your
patronagn and know that when you
compare prices nnd quality you will
buy your hat here.
Indies' trimmed hats, misses' trim,
wed hats, children's hats, girls' hats,
infant's head wear the trrandestt
largest and most exclusive display of
thoroughly now and up-to-date style
you have ever seen.
t'netinlled and unmatohable hata,
such as you would expect to pav
17.50 to 110.00 for any of them at
A visit to our millinery department
will convince you that we are the
greatest sellers of J4.H8 hats In tha
2 50 An1 rrP,,y turbanB f"jtn IS.tR 1.50
Flowers, Foliage, QuiUa.
Wednesday we will place on sale 7S dox.
mercerized underskirts, la 4 different
stylos. $1.50 values
Special, at .,
The Boss' Clothing Question.
Is one which Is Interesting most mothers at the present tittle. Wearing qualities un
surpassed, the very beet style and great variety for selection, are advantages you'll
tind here. We're offering valuers Wednesduy that will surprise you.
COMBINATION KNEE PANT8 flUITB
Tn double breaotod. belted coat style,
with two pnlrs of pants and one Knick
erbocker style, inadu of very best mat.
. rluls. In all newest colors and patterns.
at $4.50, $3.!fc and .'. O.aO
YOUTHS' IXNG PANTS SUITS In great variety of newest materials and styles
greatest vnlues In Omaha , e nn
at $H .50, $7.50 and O.UU
Linens from Custom House.
HOYS' KNEE PANTS SL'ITS
In Norfolk, eitllor blouse, Russian blouse,
eton and double breasted styles. In serges,
cheviots, easslmeres and worsteds, all
newest colors and patterns, special
bin-gain, Wednesday , O dt
$2.95 and .OU
SOLD FOR DUTY, WILL BE ON SALE WEDNESDAY.
50c Barnsley Table damask
at. yard "OC
SSc Brtrnsley Table damask SiOf
Hi, yarn . . .
95c Barnsley Tattle damask fxfin
at, yard UVW
$1.35 Barnsley Table damask
$1.75 Barnsley Table damask
$2.00 Barnsley Table damaak
A very extensive line ef PATTERN CIX'THS at one-third to one-half
any advertised linens. This Is unquestionably the best purchase we
and our friends and customers will net the benefit.
FROM 10 A. M. TIM. 12 M.. we will sell BLEACHED JIUCK TOWELS,
and heavy quality, worth up to 12VsC
limit of 8 to a customer at, each
Wednesday Shoe Bargains.
Little (tents' and youths' $1.60 satin bals..
Women's and misses' $1.50 dongola. lacet
Women's fino $2.00 kid lace 1 lO
shoes at mm k J
30") pairs women's $2.2$ kid shoes with
dull tops, patent tips, a very dressy
shoe western J 50
Infant's Sc soft ' lOr
Buy your Easter oxfords early. no.
$S 50, $.1.00, $2.50. $1.50 and "OC
GnOVEH soft shoes for tender feet ar
the easiest shoe ever put on a woman's
We carry and make a SPECIALTY ot
these celebrated shoes. 29 STYLES to se
Uhe Best of
The Only Double
VERY, VERY LOW
to points In
North Dakota and
la March and April.
1401-1403 FARNAM ST.
(TWhen in Chicago
m titon at lae
Rrftned, Klrcaut. Quirt. Located ear
ner o( city's two tcrmt buuivvardii,
coDvealent to entire bulrtt canter.
( lose to beat theatres and shopping
dUtrict. Z-S mom. It) private buin;
laxurioua writintf and recspttoa rooms;
woodwork maboKan throuffbotit; brats
bodi and ail modern comforts; telephone
in every room; beautiful dining rooms
the beat of evorytbiiig at moderate prices.
Just a Word,
Ala da in!
We're sure that you'll Boon be looking
for something new In Spring Foot
wear. If the best that money oan buy
will Interest you, we're at your ser
vice. Borne women have learned the z
cellence and superiority of our shoes
by testing them, others are learning
All women are learning that.
THERE'S NO STORK LIKE THIS.
FOR WOMEN'S SHOES. '
$3.50, $4. $5.
FRY SHOE CO.
i6tk and Douglas Si
f'jn ill iLii
curb CONSTIPATION I
AND HEADACHE '
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rwuma luturtt tanctlun. TBT THImT
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