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TIIF, OMAHA DA1T.V 11KK: THUKSIUV, A Pit 1 1, H. VIM.
To succeed these days you must have
plenty of grit, courage, strength. How
is it with the children? Are they thin,
pale, delicate ? Do not forget Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. You know it makes the
blood pure and rich, and builds up "the
general health. Sold for 60 years.
We have no secrets! We publish
the formulas of all our medicines.
Mae T tk a O. Art O., tewall. Mm. -Also
ATPK'B RAtS TIOOR-Fot tks kail. ATSV t PILLS -r e-.atiMtiei.
ATKR'S CHERRT PECTORAL For N hi. ATSK'I AODB CUR For auluiA Aa4 4(1.
EXCITEMENT FOR Y, W. C. A,
Old Clock Falsely Indicates Twenty-rire-Thousand-Dollar
MORE RECEIVED, BUT NOT THAT MUCH
Tblef Or aba Parse from Solicitor n
talnlos Hundred and Fifty
' Dollar , bat Money la
"Who gave fco.OOO?" wus tlie first ,ues
tion several excited women asked when
they arrived at the Young Women's Chris
tlan association headquarter early Wednes
day morning, for . on glancing up at the
big- clock as they passed Sixteenth and
Klarnam streets they perceived the hands
pointed to l6,000, when Tuesday evening;
the total amount reported wna K,000. All
wanted to know Immediately who the blir
liearted donor was, and for a few minutes
the wildest excitement prevailed. Great
Indeed was' the disappointment when it
was found there had been no large dona
tion and that some belated midnight p
.destrlan, doubtless elated over the results
of the election, had moved the hands of
the- clock, or that the clock Itself had
moved its own hands, either in celebration
Came Out Constantly Hair Finally
Had to Ba Cut to Save Any Scalp
Now In Good Condition and No
More Itching Another Effective
CURE BY THE
" I will gladly give you all the infor
mation, concerning my case. I used
'.he Cuticur Soap ana Ointment for a
' iiseased scalp, dandruff, and constant
ailing ot hair. Finally I had to cut
uy bair to save any at all. Just at
hat time I read about the Cuticur
, Remedies, Once every week I ham
aooed Biy hair with the Cuticura tioap,
and I used the Ointment twice a week.
Ia two months' time my hair was long
.-enough to do up in French twittt. That
U now five years ago, and 1 have a
. lovely head of hair. The length is
.' six inches below niy waist line, my
tcalp is in very good condition, and
. no . wore dandxun or itching of the
i scalp. I used other remedies that were
recommended to me as good, but with
. no resttlte. If you wish to publish
any of what I Jiave written you, you
are welcome to do so. I am, respect
fully. Mrs. W. F. Grieas, Clay Center,
Neb., Oct. 13, im." '
FR01I THE HOUR OF BIRTH
: Mothers Should Use Cuticura
Soap, the World'
' Mcihers are assured of the absolute,
runty and unfailing efficacy of Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment, the great
Skin Care, in the preservation and puri
firat io of the skin, scalp, hair, and hands
of infants and children. For baby ecse
mas,' ratibed, itching and costings, as
" well as for annoying irritations and
ulcerat ive weaknesses, and many sana
tive antiseptic purpoeee which readily
. augrest themselves to mothers, as well
as (or all the purposes of the -toilet,
bath, and nursery, Cuticura Soap and
Cuticura Ointment are priceless.
Said thraaffcoat IM arl. Oailc.ra Soap. ., OIk
raaal, IOVm S ! I, a. Oa form' Caocelala Cia4
Rlla, laa, aar Sn, SMT B ha4 at all 41I1IM
lml aao I k C , Sola Tr 1 Ma
aaa- awu-4 i raa. " 1 iM Wiaal Uiuan taia Sua.'
Ia pianos more than any other article are people deceived by deal
ers celling th "Just-as-good kind." Everywhere, you go the dealer
will tell you that his piano Is "just 'as good" as the Knabe, and he
will eave you a little money besides; or It's "Just as good'' ax the Kim
ball and he'll save you a little money on the side: or it's "just as good''
as the llospe and he will save you money; or lt'a "just as good'' as the
Cramer and he'll save you money.
Dut no customer yet has been satisfied with the "juol-aa-Kood '
kind, and he finds there's no piano that equals the Knabv, no matter
what the price; and that there's no piano that equala the Kimball at
Its price, and that there's nothing to compae with th Hospe at 1245
or the Cramer at 1190.
Careful Investigation will prove that we sell the best and that
our prices are the lowest; two of the best reasons why jou should bay
here. We are one price and we pay no commissions. Come and see
the magnificent pianos we sell at cash prices on payments of $10 down,
$C. tl and fS, etc., a'month. ,
A. HOSPE CO.,
' 1313 Douglas St.
. , -...
rtome lUrgaiiuf in I'sed Pianoa, from IN I p. 1.
of the election or as a hint to some one
to make a-ood the amount designated.
Mrs. J. P. Lord, one of the
solicitors, Tuesday afternoon had a
thrilling: experience, whicli came near caus
ing the secretary of the finance committee
to deduct HWfrom the. fund. She was
sitting in her buggy in front of a lower
Farnam street store, glancing over her list
of names while waiting for her compan
ion to come out of the store, when she
noticed a peculiar shadow across her
paper. Glancing up she was astonished to
see a man take her purse, containing about
1150 in pledges and money for the Toung
Women's Christian association, from her
side and dart across the street Into a sa
loon. Immediately she began to scream,
"Stop, thief," and "Stop that man," and
as a crowd began to collect the man
emerged from the saloon and ran up the
street. In a second the bartender ap
peared, holding the purse, and returned it
to the solicitor, much to Mrs. lord's relief,
he thief having thrown It on the floor when
he found he could not make, his escape
through the back door. .
Subscriptions Still t'osae.
Subscriptions are steadly coming in from
all sides and sources and the building fund
campuign in addition to raising the money,
is increasing the membership rapidly, new
members Joining every day.
A pledge was brought In Wednesday
morning from a man whu In the father of
fifteen children. Although having a hard
struggle to provide for his large family, he
nevertheless, wanted to contribute his mite.
' Many of the percentage propositions made
by different Arms are taking effect this
week, the Norris Shoe company and the
Sixteenth Street D House each giving 10
per cent of this week's proceeds. Next
Monday The People's store will give 10
per cent of its day's sale to the Toung
Women's Christian association and 11a Id u IT
will give 10 per cent ot next' week's soda
fonntaln rocelpts to the fund.
Standlaa; of Teams.
Colors and Captains. Amount.
Park blue. Mis Hallle Hood t 2.531.25
Red. Miss Edith Baker ; 2.UT75
Pink. Miss Bessie Chambers 1,307.10
Orange, Miss Susan Pazon l.ftM.OO
Violet, Miss Clara Ady.... 919.00
Brown, Miss Ora Johnson 717.76
Yellow, Mrs. C. E. Perkins 670.00
Light blue, Miss Nellie Crandall.... 472. 28
Lavender, Mrs. May H. Flnley.L... 430.00
Ureen, Miss Mary Larson 290.00
-The Ooal, 1125,000
Donors. Ami, Totsl.
I $10,000 20,0n0
4 6.0OU 20,000
Entries to Date
Dnrs. Ami. Total.
1.... $10,000 $10,000.09
.... Brt) 4.0"0.00
8.... 2M 2,000.00
2(i0 1.600. 00
DO.... 100 3,000.00
4sV... SO 2.4O0.00
76.... 26 1,875.00
final! sums 1,661. 00
Total $125,000 Total $40,969.10
Uood Words for Chamberlala's Cosgh
People everywhere take pleasure In tes
tifying to the good qualities of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. -Edward Phil
Hps of Barclay, Md., writes: "I wish to tell
you that I can recommend Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. My little girl, Catherine,
who is t years old, has been taking this
remedy whenever she has had a cold since
she was t 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 medicine?' and my husband
replied, 'It can't be beat.'
L. S. Craat Post, No. lto, li. A. R.
Comradea are reaulslted to attend fun
eral of our late comrade Jqseph M. Rich
ards, at 1115 South Thlrty-sevnd Btrect, at
t p. m., Thursday. . .
Pa at Vaadervoort's Body.
The casket containing the body nf Paul
Vandervoort, who died In Cuba some three
years ago, was brought to New York by
order of the romniHiidcr-ln-chli'f of the
Grand Army of the Republic, and has been
sent, from there to Omaha. It will reach
this city at 7:30 this juornlng. The cait.'iet
will be taken to Forest Uirn cemetery.
where It will be burled by the Orxnd Army
of the Kenuollc, aim rlluullstlc ceremonies
leaving sixteenth and L'apiul avenue at
S o " lin k. C omrade a are request, d to as
semble at t'ole & McKay's undertaking
INJUNCTION IS DISSOLVED
Order Eestrsinlntt Collection of Water Com
pany's Taxei is Dismissed.
NO BAR NOW TO THE INCREASE
Company Had Objected tn Raise la
Assessaneat nf Its Property
and Collection by the
t'nited Slates district Judtte John K.
Carland has Just handed down an opinion
dismissing and dissolving the temporary
Injunction heretofore granted In the case
of the Omaha Water company against the
county of Douglas and R. O. Kink, treas
urer, In the matter of the taxes assessed
against the plaintiffs for 1WM.
An assessment was' made of all the
tangible property of the Water company,
which was valned at $2,126,000. the balance
to be assessed as to the franchise and
capital stock at $1,000,000. The total as
sessed Valuation being $625,000. The water
company was notified to appear before the
Hoard of Equalisation, but failed to ap
pear and also to show cause why the as
sessment for 194. as returned by the as
sessors, should not be raised. Neither did
the water company appeal from the a'ctlon
of the Foard of Equalisation, which In
creased the valuation placed by the asses
sors to the sum of $725,000, or $145,000 more
than was returned by the assessors, which
increase had no other foundation than the
personal Judgment of the majority of the
board, based upon their knowledge of the
o Fraad Shown.
It did not appear in the first hearing of
the case the. increase was fraudulently
made, and upon the refusal of the amount
of tax as figured on the amount of valua
tion returned by the assessors and ten
dered to the county treasurer by the water
company, the water company brought suit
to enjoin the collection of the tax, based
upon the increased assessment. A teuv
porary Injunction was granted the com
Vhls last decision of Judge Carland dis
solves the Injunction against the increase
also dissolves the temporary injunction
and dismisses . the bill with costs, to all
of which the complainants except. The
opinion Is dated April 2. The first, or
temporary Injunction, was granted March L
LEO LUNG ON MUST MARCH
Qneen Anu'a Frlead Once More la
Ordered to Hetaro to der
Leo Lung On, a subject of Queen Ann of
China, again has been ordered to pack his
grip and hie himself to the Celestial do
minions because of his failure to establish
his right to become an American voter and
citizen. He has been before the courts
In Omaha several times to show cause why
he should not be deported and last winter
an order was Issued denying him the right
to remain In the country. He took an ap
peal from the order of Judge Munger, to
whose court the case had been appealed
from United States Commissioner Ander
son's court and the appeal was denied.
lie was given sixty days to ehow why
the order for deportation should not be
carried out and at the end of that time
he was given another twenty days on
some pretext before the order should be
come effective. The twenty days additional
have passed and Wednesday morning
Judge Munger directed that steps at once
be taken to send Leo Lung On back to
China." Ho will be' taken to San Francisco
In a few days unless some proceedings In
estoppal Intervene, by one of the deputy
United States marshals.
WESTMINSTER IS PROSPEROUS
Aannal Meeting of Presbyterian
( hnrrh Held and F.ldere and
Deacons Elected. ,
Westminster Presbyterian church held Its
annual meeting last night, after a dinner
given by the Ladies' Aid society, at which
about 160 people were seated. Reports from
the various church organizations showed
them all to have passed a prosperous year,
The report of the treasurer showed all bills
paid to date and a balance In the treasury.
Missionary contributions were larger than
for any previous year with the exception,
of 1903, when contributions were taken for
special purposes. The following elders were
elected:' For three years. Charles F. Shaw
Charles L. Cooke and Colonel Reuben
Forbes; for one year, to flit out unexpired
term, Frank Waterman. The following
deacons were elected: Four years, Charles
A. Westerfield, Dr. J. M. Patton, Samuel
Kenny, Edwin B. Grey; to All out unex
pired term of Frank Waterman, Herbert M.
OMAHA GRAIN MEN AFFECTED
Members of Chleaato Board No Longer
Deal ia Privileges at
No more puts and calls on Milwaukee are
tojje sold by Omaha grain firms which are
members ot the Chicago Board ot Trade.
Concerns which had been dealing In Mil
waukee privileges stopped when the news
came Tuesday that the Chicago Board of
Trade bad paosed a rule prohibiting trading
at Milwaukee In privileges on grain for Chi
cago delivery and threatening expulsion for
violation of the rule. The refusal of Judge
Bethea of Chicago to grant an Injunction
preventing the enforcement of the rule has
made a resumption of Milwaukee trading
Two Omaha firms still sell bids and offers
on Chicago and others who are not mem
bers of the Chicago Board of Trade deal In
privileges on the Superior, Wis., market.
CONTRACT F0R ALL - SAINTS
Work of Balldlng New Kalsropal
KdlSce Is Let, bat Not for
The contract for the erection or All Saints
Episcopal church at Twenty-sixth and Har
ney streets has been let to Waller Petersen.
The letting of the contract for the parish
house is being held in abeyance until word
on certain matters has been received from
Ourdon W. Wattles, who is giving the par
ish house to the church, and who is now
Plans and specitlcatlons for M. K. Smith'
at Co.'s mammoth warehouses on Ninth
street from Faruaru to Douglas are In the
hands of contractors and bids will be re
turned April 16.
Bids were returned Wednesday for the
erection of the Nebraska Telephone com
pany's exchange at South Omaha.
Freasled with rf
are many who develop lung trouble. Dr.
King's New Diseovery will cure them.
Guaranteed. &0c and $1.00. For sale by
Sherman ft McConnoll Drug Co.
For your pleasure the Lenten concert
has been designed. It will be given on
Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly
will sing a recital program and the choir
of St. Mary's will be heard in concert for
the first tune. Tickets at Uospe's. An ar
tistic eveut promoted by the Ladies' su-cit.
FUNERAL OF JOHN I. REDICK
Prominent Pioneers of Omaha Pay
Last Trlbate tn Their
The last rites in honor of John I. Redlt k
at the residence. 3612 North Twenty-fourth
street, at I o'clock Wednesday afternoon,
were attended by many of tho surviving
pioneers, of whom Judge Redlck had been
one. Simple, but !mpre!Ve services were
conducted by Denn Boecher of Trinity
cathedral, assisted by Rev. T. J. Mnckny
of All PalntM' chnrch. At the request of
the family no flowera wore sent. Tho
burial, which was at Prospect Hill, was
private, only members of the family being
Four sons of the deceased acted as pall
bearers. They were Judge William A.
Redlck. O. C. Redlck, George M. Redlck
nd Elmer fl. Redlck. A distinguished
company acted as honorary pallbearers as
follows: Dr. Oeorge L. Miller, Judge
Oeorg W. Doane. W. J. Connell. William
W. Wallace. Samuel S. Curtis, William A.
Paxton, James C. McKell, Count John
A. Crelghton. Samuel Burns, John S. Cond,
Dr. W. H. Christie. Judge W. If. Munger,
Judge George-Jt. Lake and Dr. J. H. Pea
body. Out of respect to flic memory of the
late Judge John I. Redick, I Mr Judges of
the district court adjourned court Tuesday
afternoon and no sessions 'were held In
any of the eourt rooms.
REAL ESTATE MEN ON ETHICS
Discos Right to Retain Commissions
Where One Party to Deal
The question of the right of real estate
men to commissions on deals where they
secure an agreement between buyer and
seller, but where one or the other "backs
down" before papers are signed, was the
subject of discussion at the meeting of
the Real Estate exchange Wednesday,
"What right has the realty man to retain
as commission payments made on property
In such cases?'.' was the main question ot
Issue. No decision was reached, but a
committee, consisting of J. W. Robbing,
Hnry B. Payne and F. D. Wead was ap
pointed to Inquire Into the legitl and
ethical aspects of the matter.
Mrs. W. P. Harford, local president, and
Miss Dunn, national secretary of the
Toung Women's Christian association, ap
peared before tho exchange with a plea
for the building campaign. Miss Dunn
complimented Omaha as the only place
where the women had undertaken to prose
cute tho campaign for building funds alone.
Resolutions were passed voicing the ex
change's sympathy with the movement
and A. P. Tukey, C. F. Harrison and Ar
thur Chase were appointed a committee to
consider whether the exchange should con
tribute as a body.
MAE WOODS OUT OF COURT
Fallare to Serve Process on Drfead
aats F-nds Case Against
1'la.tt and Others.
The famous suit of Mne c. Wood, against
Senator Thomas C. ' Piatt, The United
States Express company and a number of
prominent politicians for $160,000 damages,
was dismissed by Judge Kennedy, Wednes
day morning, as service hud not been had
on any of the defendants.
The suit was filed about a year ago in
the district court. In the petition, she
charges the defendants with holding her
a prisoner In New York olty, until she at
tached her name to receipts for large sums
of money, which she did not receive. She
also charges the defendants with illegally
procuring the' mandsVrlpf : of a book she
was about to issue, entitled I'The Love
Letters of a Boss," in which alleged cor
respondence between herself and Senator
Piatt Is- reproducted. '
Besides 8enator Piatt, former Postmaster
General Robert Wynne.. William Loeb aqd
J. Martin Miller, are named as defendants.
The suit caused considerable stir when it
was filed, because of the prominence of the
Aaaonncement of the Theaters.
The regular midweek popular price mat
inee will be given at the Oroheum this
afternoon. To entertain the women, with
whom this particular performance Is so
in favor there Will be "Hermann the
Great" and seven other features. The
famous prestldlgateur Is scoring heavily
with his magic and Illusion.
Richard Carle, a prime favorite Vilways,
who has not been seen In Omaha for sev
eral seasons. Is coming back with his new
est production, "The Mayor of Tokio." TMs
Is said to excel all other Carle conceits. The
engagement Is for Sunday and Monday
evenings at the Boyd theater.
Tho regular shoppers' matinee will be
given at the Burwood theater this after
noon, "Bowing the Wind" being the bill.
; Christian Scieaee I eetare.
A lecture on Christian Science by Rev.
Arthur R. osburg, C. B. B., will be deliv
ered at Boyd's theater Friday evening,
April , at I o'clock. This lecture will af
ford a delightful opportunity to hear an
entertaining, as well as a correct exposi
tion of Christian Science. 1 The lecture U
It is for you 'that the Indies' society of
St. Mary's Avenue Congregational church
are directing thi Lenten concert on Thurs
day evening. They have engaged Mr. and
Mrs. Kelly in song recital and the choir
of St. Mary s in choral masterpieces. Tho
expenses are large; tho admission is but
II (reserved section) or 75 cents (unre
served). Tickets at Ilospe's, from (lie
Ladies' society or at the door.
Rubbers Turn oirfiaa.
When M. B. Palby, Jtiin Franklin street,
returned to his home at 11 o'clock Wednes
day night, alter having been nliscnt since
morning, lie found l-n gis jets and the
gas range turned on full and the- hmiJn
saturated with the fumes. Investigation
showed someone had effected an entrance
to the house through a rear window, evi
dently mlth the Intent of burglary. Tho
opening of the gs Jets could 1 explained
only as pure maliciousness on the part of
tho intruder. Mis. Imlhey Is absent trom
the city and Mr. DiUlx-y could not say
if anything bad been stolen. Kinergcni-y
Officer Kandsirom was sent to the house
APRIL BIRTHdlOtS-Edholm, Jeweler
The following marriage licenses have be
Alfi'Md K. I'eters'.n. Omaha ,
Budie L Rentfrow, Omaha
fleorgf A. Rohwer. Douglas rnuuty
Hiiku j'lamlx'ck. liglns county
William K. Matthew, Omaha
Julinjta. Mails. Omali:.
George F. Martin, Waterloo
Jessie B. Houxl.-y, Klkhoru
James I .arson. Council Bluffs, la
Anna Kretschiner, Council H luffs, Ia
Albert !. Churchard. Omaha
Rertha E. Fox. Omaha
I-ouls C. Ham k. Lincoln
Bertha Kredi rl. kson, Fanuma
Albert O. Zwi.bel, Wolhuch
Marie M. Behcet. Millard
!I.1S. WIIISLGV'S I
as beaa a by Milllnas of Mntaen Sua- thai
Ouiltlr wuiW Tailua toe Avar yiflr Taatta,
It auoiaaa ia ofciM. sofwaai Ska man.
U palL auras wita. aulMa, aa4 1 ak iwt
iwki Mm rrara a aaayiTLL
Two Special Rain Coat Values
Women's 12.H) Rain Conts, Thursday 7.0
Made of excellent quality of cravenette cloth, two box pleats In back
trimmed around collar with braid stylish new sleeves new patch
pockets (iompare with any $12 rain coats In Omaha, 7 QA
colors, oxforti, tan and olive Thursday aU
Women's $20.00 Ilain Coats, Thursday, 14,73
We have several handsome model at this price to select from In
beautiful new materials perfect in fU and workmanship garments
that cannot be duplicated for less than $20.00 C
comes In all the new shades Thursday, at. . J
ir t y 1 1
Glean Medical Hods
UR medical practice is large because of the manner in which
we deal with our patients. We never promise them more
than we perforin. Our business and professional methods
are clean. While we are naturally ambitious td rescue as
manv men as noasible from the ravages of disease, yet if
they engage our services we want them to do so upon an honest, fair
and square basis, with mutual confidence and respect between physi
cian and patient. Our specialty and modes of treatment are more
fully commented upon below and are well worth the careful perusal of
all In need of medical attention.
This well known, reliable and long established Institution Is con
ducted solely for the cure of Male Pelvic Diseases. Moderate charges,
fair dealing, faithful service and Bpeedy cures are responsible for lta im
Our offices are equipped with the most modern and scientific me- -chanlcal
devices for the treatment of men.
By the latest and best methods we cure to remain cured Nervo
Vltal Debility, Blood Poison, all Skin Diseases, Sores and Ulcers,
Swollen Glands, Varicose or Knotted Veins, Piles, Rupture, Kidney and
Bladder .Diseases and all drsoases and weaknesses of men due to in"
herltance, exhaustion or the result of specific dlseases.v
Consultation free, confidential and Invited. Office hours, 9 a. m.
to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 12 noon.
Northwestern Medical & Surgical Institute
Merthwtst Cor. 13th and Farnam fit.. Omaha, Neb.
THE RIGHT ROAD
St. Paul and Minneapolis
"Great Western Limited" leaving Omaha Union Station
at 8:30 p. m., arriving SL Paul 7:20, Minneapolis 8:00 the next
morning, is equipped with Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car,
Club Car and Free Reclining Chair Car. Electric lighted
throughout, including reading lamps in berths. Polite service
from all employes.
Another train leaves Omaha at 7:45 a. m., arrives St. Paul
7:38 p. ni., Minneapolis 8:10 p. in.
CITY TICKIT OFUCB. lf farnam Street.
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Delicate enough for the softest
atin, and yet efficacious in removing
any stain. Keeps the skin in perfect
condition. In the bath gives all the
desirable after-effects of a Turkish
bath. It should be oa every wasa
ALL GROCEHS AND DRUQGJSTft
S20O Up $200 Up
Touring cart that tour.
Ruoubouta that run
W'r Small.Uut Mljrhty
the Auditorium. .
4S South 14th Street
Four Special Values
m Women's New
Women's Tailor Made Suits, I I.T.I Made of excellr-nt new mixtures. In
light and dark, new eton and coat style, with half circular pU I rta neatly
trimmed milts that bpII elsewhere for $20 Thursday," T $
Women's Xrtv Kton Suits, f.lA.75 In fine Panamas Hnd broadcloths, In
all the new high spring shados,, all have the new short sleeves and
new circular skirt suits that retail In most stores for f Q 7 C
123, Thursday, at
Women's Swell Tailored Suit at 924.73 We are showing; tho most ex
tensive line at this price, one model handsomer than' the other all In
the season's most desirable materials
stand comparison with any $35.00 suit
Women'a Hljth Class Tailored Suits
and fashion kink Is represented in
Panamas, voiles and shadow plaids
make jour selection Thursday, at
Who's Your Tailor?
DOt8 he satisfy you in Tries, Hlyk-,
- quality and Fit? .
loe( lie ofter you a generous variety of
fabrics to select from?
W invite you to look over our hand
some array of Upriinf and Summer
Trousers, $5 to $12 -Suits, $20 to $50
WILLIAM JCRREM8' SONS.
extremely well tailored thev
sold elsewhere, .
:!). 7.1 ami St.TK very new slyle
tho most exclusive fabrics, chiffon,
now Is the time to . Cl 7 C
The opportunity is now offered to
any contractor with ten or more
teams and grading outfit to make some
money on the new line of the
CHICAOO & NORTHWESTERN
RAILWAY between PIERRE and
RAPID C1TT. 8. 1). The work has
been going on continuously since last
November and the results prove that
here Is a chance for men of experience
to do a rreiiter amount of work In a
liort time than is often presl-nted.
Settlers are Mocking into the coun
try by the hundreds and It. is well
known that If Settlers find tho situa
tion attractive It Is a good place for n
railroad contractor. There Is work
here for all kinds of outfits In pieces
to suit and at satisfactory prices. If
you look after It while on the market.
WINSTON BROS. CO.
Rapid City, S. D. .
TH E ingredients of Stoki
Bis arc the twit ob
tainable for the purpose.
' Barley Malt, ma8e from the
choicot grain grown in the west.
Bohemian Hops, imported di
rect it three .timet the coat ot
Arteaian Water, " pure and
ipirkling, from 1400 ft. well.
This expUina it tine flavor
and' high quality. Always order
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Mexico City, Mex., and Back
- April 25th to May 5th,
I xing Limit Returning.
Cheap Rates South 1st and
3rd Tuesdays in April.
WABASH CITY OFFICE
' 1301 Farnam Htreet
Cured for Ufa
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40 Years Eiperlaacs
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