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TUB OMAIIA DAILY HKK: SUNDAY, AHUL 8. 10OH.
en's - Exclusive Costumes, Suits and Goats for Easter
The Elegance and Gracefulness of these New Easter Models will Appeal to the Most Fastidious Dressers
New Skirt Models
Strictly Tailor Made
In checks, white and black and grey, also plain colors
In Tollea and Panamas models of style that are per
fection In tailoring, every line correct, Swagger,
full circular skirts, at $22.50 116.75,
New Easter Suits
Women's New Suits at $16.75 Made of fine quality
Panama cloth in all the new shades also swell
mixtures, new circular skirts cannot be dupli
cated for less than $22.50. tl 0 H C
Easter Sale price X.."U 0
Women's Stylish Eton SUitS in swell mixtures, Pana
mas and broadcloths, new Eton and coat effects,
. well made and lined, perfect hanging skirts reg
ular $25.00 values. tC) H fc
Easter Sale 0 9
Women's Swell Eton Suits, ail high class suits, new
models in fine chiffon Panamas and mixtures,
extremely well tailored and beautifully H)J "7 E
trimmed, worth $3250. Easter Sale rVm 0
Women's New Silk Suits, in plain taffeta stripes and
checks, also swell tailored Eton suits in chiffon
taffetas all the new shades, short sleeves and
new circular skirts, at $35. 00, $24.75, 7C
$22.50, $16.75 and ;.lHr. 0 J
Neckwear Beautiful new silks, light solid
colors, fancv lively plaids and checks,
neat daintv spots and woven effects, to
gether with the staple modest medium
and dark patterns, also plain white and
black, in Four-in-Hands, French
style, Reversible or silk lined, at
Gloves Men's new stylish dress and 6treet kid gloves in
black, grey and browns. We give you j A A f J (
perfect fit and guarantee satisfaction. ,.,IiUy"IjU
Fancy Shirts Men's fancy percale and madras shirts, plain
and fancy fronts, coat style or half. open. Beautiful light
and dark colors. Better values tf fl CA, CA
than ever before shown .pie is JU )U
Visit Our New Muslin Underwear
. and Corset Department
New Long-Hip, Deep-Front and High Bust Corset Good quality
white or drab, sterling cloth, lace trimmed, side and. QP
front supporters attached our price tC
Splendid New Style in Nemo Self -Reducing Corset Guaranteed
unbreakable, heavy hose supporters attached sizes All
20 to 3G-Our price I.fJ
New Spring Style C. B. a la Spirite Corset Fine imported broche
in prevailing styles, high bust, deep bust gore, fan front, nicely
trimmed in lace aud ribbon our Clfl
price ; fj3
"We carry a complete line of the celebrated La Grecque Corset
models, for slender, medium and heavy figures, in
prices ranging from $7.50 to p
Three Specials in Our Muslin Underwear Dept.
Corset Covers at 45c "We are
showing a splendid line at
this price in cambric and long
cloth, full dip fronts trim
med with lace ribbon or em
Long Cloth Gowns at 95c
High or V neck, handsomely
trimmed with lace and em
broidery, also pretty styles of
"Slip Overs," extra long
would be cheap at
$1.50 special price. .ZrDC
Handsome White Skirts at
$1.4 5 Pretty hemstitched,
double flounced, made of fine
cambric, very full; also skirts
with four rows of fine lace in
sertion positively worth
$2.50-special J P
price : J
MISSES' AND WOMEN'S COATS
YOUNG LADIES' BOX COATS In coverts and mixtures, full loose
back, with patch pockets that sells everywhere C
for $7.50-Easter Sale . pD
SWAGGER MISSES' COATS AT $7.90 In beautiful new mixtures
also coverts (short, jaunty garments with top pockets), "just a
little different from what .you find elsewhere" "J AA
Easter sale U
WOMEN'S NEW ENGLISH TOP COATS-Loose or half-fitted backs,
in fine Dublin Twist Coverts and swell mixtures perfect in fit
and workmanship regular $15.00 values-
"P. Cenicmeri Cos Kid Gloves We
have the exclusive sale of these celebrated
gloves for Omaha. They are the hand
somest and most satisfactory high grade
Kid Gloves sold today. Come in long or
short lengths black, white $t J.
.'Kayser's" double finger tipped silk gloves, very pretty
shades, also black and white, perfect fitting and very good
taste for early spring wear, 50c 75c
Ladies' Belts The latest gold and silver tinsel braid Belts,
all widths, also silk and Suedes in black, white and all fancy
colors. Beautiful styles, C vf O (1
OFFICIAL VOTE ON TUESDAY
Count by Canvass Board Makes No Material
v Change in Primary Eeenlts.
BR0ATCH QUITS IN THIRD. PLACE
Tw Socialist Coancllmaalo Candi
dates Tied with EiormoH Bin tu
ber of Forty-Sis Votes
to Their Credit.
While tha official canvass of the primary
votea has been made and tha totals ex
tended, sufficient clerical work remains to
last over until Monday. City Clerk El
bourn expects to have the canvassing
board formally approve the reports Mon
No results are changed by the canvass,
but a predicament la forced In socialist
circles. Junge and Vail, councllmanlc
caadldatea, are tied with 46 votes each.
Either may demand a count of the ballots
If he chooses and the canvassing board
will have to open the boxes and handle
every vote caet. It Is possible that the
affair may be settled In some simpler way,
however. No application for a count has
The official count leaves Broatch In third
place, where the original returns of The
Hee placed him, so that barrel can now
ho rolled out.
The entire vote stands:
Benson, R 1596 Hennings, R
Hroatoh. R 2.21 Dahlman. T.
t'ooley, R tlMlchelsen. 8.
For City Clerk.
Kibourn. It 3,230 Patten, P...
Oreenleaf R I, S-7 Moraine, 8...
Ktockham. R 1,270 Silver, 8
Butler. D 1,290
Johnson, R. ...
.1.33 Lobeek. D 1.949
..& Mehrens, 8 M
.-..'.M Wretman, 8 It
For City Attorney.
Hten. R J. Rurnam. D LI01
Kawcett, R S.ivj Uiiler. 8 U
Macfarland, R... 1,1.9 Randolph, 8 4
Far Balldlns Inspector.
Hutler. R J.3 Tubbs. R Ol
Isrter. R l.'3 Turner, R fcn)
Mac.leod. R fc7 WlthnelL D Ltoo
Murphy. R IM Bauer. 0 U
HkCk, R X.&3J Hansen. D 1.(44
limn. R 7v Ljents, 8 it
Willi. K Uinadahl, 8 i
W'olmhiiitUy, R. iski
lilnghsm. R 1,117 Bridges, D MM
Irf-e. R l,io Ron, D 45
Ntrklas, R tl brubaker, 8 71
Rithv. R T70
liurnirstrr, R ti6S Norton, R....
Edghlll R m Hatcher, D...
Uicaa, R 1,777 Bo wen. S
Bush, R 1.0U6 Martin, R...
Evans, R 1,433 Muxen, R
Hurst. R ,4,7 Sheldon. D...
Loch. R 1.2S4 Qiilan, 8 ,
SEVENTH W ARD.
Baler, R 6H7 Thomas. R...
Dyball, R .VA Canan, D
Oonden, R iH Jackson, D...
Uriffen, R lN Harms, 8
Hayward. R 3,014 Wells, S
Mulhall, R 1U
Anderson R 3.863 Holmes, R...
Barker, R T5 O'Hern. R....
Bruner. R. ........ 7.1) Quick. R
t'owger, R i Hchroeder, R.
Davis, R Sf7 Iavls. V
Darrow, R 88 Whalen 8....
Emory, K 15
Crocker R H Fayne, R.
Duncan, R 86 Pedersen,
Eckerman. R.... lt Rice, R...
FlBcher, R 63 Mctk)vern,
Foster. R.. 781 Robertson,
Huntington, R...1.1H1 Condlt, 8.,
Malm, R 3SX
Bhm, R " Roott, R...
Hnrnell. R & Btuht. . ..
Cott. R l V'an Neea,
Farmer, R V8 Irak. It
Hallett, R 71 Cermak, D
Karbach, R 967 Elsaeser, D
Kaspar. R 270 Sorensen, 8
Lng, R 23 Waskee. 8
Beverly. R -l Oerke. R
Bllfkensderfer, R 2i llatteroth, R....
Coburn, K l.D'.i Trosiler. R
Crawford. R 3.9M Funkhouser, D.
Donnelley, R 2A Morrow, B.
Barlght. R 1,20 8mlth. R
Chaae, R 2.449 Thompson, R....
Pone. II 45 Wilson. R
Hlnlop. R 45 Bedford. D
Houghton, R 6f7 llutia, 8
.. 9 50
to Plumb. R. .
Ids Taj lor. R
llu Williams. R.
16 Zlmnuui, R I 43
143 Norrls. D
73 Castlemaii. 8 ..
, WChureh. 8
lUfliniann, R ... tel Bvott. J. A . R
liainlwra, R .4Jobuon, I)....
( unitrk. K l.uujunge. o ...
K iiuar.i. R l.7ol Vail. 8
Miller. R WTlot, R
Abrahams, R.... 4 Redman. R
Harnett. R 5 Suge, R 7'9
liodeman. R. lw fci uufcer. D M7
wwunmiuin, R.... " Duiley. V UT
HOME TO WOMAN, CASH TO MAN
Settlenteat of Omo of Koaseroos
Divorce Cases Before the
A stipulation was filed Saturday in tli
8uadduck divorce case as the result cf an
agreement between the part.es over the
division of the property which In in con
troversy. By the tlpulallon Mrs. Alice
Bhadduck to pay her husband $1,7) and
Is to receive a deed to the home property
and all of the personal properly with the
exception of his wearing apparel and eight
Judge Kennedy has issued an order allow
ing her I'M atturuc.v fees and Jl'O flJit
money and $10 a week temporary alimony,
but It Is agreed In rase the stipulation is
not carried out the order may be vacated
and set aside.
Minnie Yeager wants a divorce from
Charles B. and urges In support of her re
quest a number of allegation regarding
his general conduct. Hlic xuys he Is an
habitual uver of lltuor to excess and in
other ways has acted Improperly. They
were married at Oakland. Ia., November
K, 1S9S. and have one child of which she
wants the custody.
Mary K. M' Mlllan li.ia filed a suprle
Inentnl petition for divorce from John.
After she filed her original suit they made
up on his promise to reform. They lived
together until February 11. when she siys
he broke down the door of the room In
which she had taken refuge. Then she se
aured veriniHlon to renew her pull.
It's an outrage to let your skin suffer
without help, when burned or wounded.
I'se liuckleiw Arnica Salve. 26 cents. For
ale by Sherman & McC'onnell Drug Co.
ECHOES OF TllE PRIMARIES
Dablman Headquarters Same as Benson anP
Moores Once Occupied..
TOM LEE A DEAD ONE IN POLITICS
City Prosecutor Shorm of Ills Boss
Beard by Defeat of Broatch
Jerry HeMshos Sees
It AIL Now.
Democratic campaign headquarters have
been rented on the second floor of the Mer
chants hotel In suite 2, the rooms oc
cupied by the Benson managers three years
ago land by the organisation in the Frank
K. Moores campaign six years ago. The
headquarters will be opened Monday with
Chairman W. C. Billiard and Bccretary
W. W. McCombs In charge.
The democrats will open the campaign
Monday night with meetings In the First
and Eight wards. The former will be held
at Tenth and Hickory streets and the latter
In O'Nell'a hall at Sixteenth and Cuming
streets. Dahlman and others will speak.
The defeat of Broatch made a cipher out
of the power In the Third ward, formerly
held by City Prosecutor Tom Lee. Lee was
a Broatch man out and out As soon as
his mayoralty condidate was defeated. It
was as plain as daylight to everybody In
the city that by June 1, Tom Lee would
step down and out and a new city
prosecutor would be installed. Lee, bow
ever, appeared In the police court Wednes
day morning, fautlessly dressed as usual
and with his ever debonair air and smiling
"I'm a good loser," he told the reporters.
"We're licked and I'm worth about 29
cents down here today. But I can take
cure of myself pretty well and am not
worrying. It reminds ine that this is the
anniversary of the day when I lost about
I7.50C on a sugar deal. It was the time
when Jim Hill and Harriman were having
their big lailway war. I had a fight on,
loo. I was trying to smash Havemeyer, the
sugar king Well, when my broker suc
ceeded in getting the news to me I was
17. Co behind the game. It might have been
more If ho hadn't found ine.' It took ine
some time to pay out of that deal, but I'm
here now and sugar Is Just as sweet to me
It took Jerry McMahon, late councllmanlc
candidate In the Third ward, severul days
to ilguie out w hy he didn't get .more than
"I thought I ought to get several hun
dred at least, even though I used to be
a democrat and brokd loose from the old
that Foxy Tom L unison that did it.
The Third a aiders had lined up were
with me because I had parted polllk-al
company with Tom. Well, primary morn
liijt. I had a lot of them lined up to vote
at o'clock. Thev judges were late and
:lie crowd grow in size. I didn't know
whether Tom had it fixed or not, but the
election board was slow In getting off
end In the meantime he drives up and
says to me:
" "(Jot everything you want, Jerry 7
"I acted like a in ut and mumbled some
thing and then he asked me if I didn't
want to get In aud ride around with
him to another precinct Like a yap I
did. My bunch saw It and concluded I
had double-crossed them and made it up
with Denrilson. Then they took their ham
mers and rapped me.
That's how It was. Oh that fox, Tom
PAINTERS GO OUT ON STRIKE
Forty-Five Men m.y They Mar Be
Followed by Tbreo
Forty-five painters and paper hangers
employed by Rutherford & Jensen walked
out on a strike Saturday morning, frte
chief point In controversy being a demand
for an Increase In wages from a minimum
of 40 cents an hour to 421! cents an hour.
No negotiations are on between the union
and the firm and members of the latter say
they propose to fight affairs to the finish.
Besides the advance In wages questions In
volving Saturday afternoons off and the
closed shops are concerned in the scale
the Union desires signed. The men who
went out say the ttrlke Is but the pre
cursor of a larger one that will Involve
the 800 men of the trade in the city and
the employers Intimate something of the
This Is the busiest season pf the year
for the house papering and Interior decora
tion firms and the strikers say they are
confident concessions will be granted
within two weeks. They assert also they
worked this week with the understanding
that Rutherford c Jensen would sign the
"There Is a good deal to the trouble,"
aid a member of Rutherford Sc Jensen.
"From our standpoint the meat of It Is
that we have decided not to stand for the
dictation of the unions any longer. We
are now paying as high as 60 cents an
hour to some men, although the minimum
Is 40 cents. The increased demand Is
hardly the real Issue. Other things In
which we believe the union is asking more
than It is entitled to are the real points
The employers association will have a
meeting Monday night to take up the situation.
LADIES' CONCERNS UNITED
Old Millinery Firm nud l-adles'
Forolshlaar Firm Toko Mlsteeolb
It was announced Saturday lull Miss
Riley, the milliner, and Wcinlander &
Smith, the well known ladies' furnishings
merchants, would each remove to 319 South
Sixteenth street In J'he of the convenient
stores In the Neville block. The store is to
be remodeled and arranged In the jjiost
cniA'enient manner for Hip fair sex to ex
amine the beautiful array of feminine
wear to lie offered in this new store.
Miss Riley will attend lo the millinery
end of the business and will carry a most
up-to-date line of ladles' fine millinery,
while Welnlander & Sirlth will put In a
new stock of fancy goials and ladles' furnishings.
MAY TERM IMPORTANT ONE
Neit Session of Federal Court Will Try
Some Biz Land Fencing Oases.
GRAND JURY LIKELY TO BE KEPT BUSY
Vast Amount of Evidence Is Collected
by Secret Service and Some
The May terra of the United States courts
for the district of Nebraska will convene
In Omaha May 7. The term gives every In
dication of being one of the most Important
held here for some years. In view of the
significance attached to the land fencing
and Illegal land entry cases the utmost care
Is being taken in securing both the grand
and petit Jury panels for the term. The
grand jury particularly has much work laid
out for It and with the mass of evidence
collected by the secret service agents of
the land department relative to the land
filings there Is a prospect of several re
markable Indictments being returned
against prominent cattlemen for participa
tion In procuring the alleged fraudulent en
tries of lands In Sheridan, Cherry and Box
The method for securing the names of
parties suitable for Jurors is materially dif
ferent from the plans adopted In the elate
courts. Inquiry Is made from the office of
the United States district clerk for the
names of the best citizens in the different
localities. These inquiries are generally
made of the leading bankers, business men
and postmasters of the localities, and these
lists are sent in, several hundred In number,
are placed in the Jury cylinder and after
the cylinder la rspidly revolved to thor
oughly mix the nnmes the list of Jurors Is
withdrawn at random. The first twenty,
four names taken from the cylinder consti
tute the grand Jury, and then a requisite
number of names Is taken from the cylin
der to make up the petit Jury panel. The
names are drawn from the cylinder by Dis
trict Clerk Hoyt and Jury Commissioner
The drawing of Jurors for the May term
will . take place about a week hence, or
twenty days before the assembling of the
May term of the federal courts.
added to the Information by the county
CLARK GOES ON TRIAL MONDAY
A tenant whicn is quickly dlspossesed by
Dr. King's Discovery, Is a Cough or Cold.
W cents and SI .00. Fur aula by Sherman &
McCor.nell Duig Co.
Alleged Flory Morderrr Valaly Offers
to Confess If ot Cilven
County Attorney Slabaugh has made all
the preparations for the trial of Harrison
Clark, one of the negroes charged with
the murder of Edward Flury. the street car
conductor, who wis shot during an at
tempted holdup. The trial will begin Mon
day morning be for Judge Sutton. ,
Clark and Wain, one of his confederates,
are now In the county Jail, though it has
been supposed they' were both In LiucolA.
The were brought back to Omaha quietly
several days ago. Clark Is understood to
have made a pioput-ition to tell the whole
story if aured the penalty would nut be
deaih, hut County Attorney Ulabuugli has
refused to make any promises. The names
of a dozen or mors witnesses have been
CHARGES 0FJURY FIXING
Matters Will Be Investigated by the
Connty Grand Jury In
The county grand Jury which will meet
early In May will Investigate charges of
Jury tampering, which have been made
during the last year or two In different
cases. County Attorney Slabaugh said
Saturday the matter 'would be taken up
by the grand Jury, but he declined to state
Just what specific cases would be Investi
gated. "The matter will be presented to tho
grand Jury In a general way," he said. "I
am unable to tell whether it will lead up
to anything speclfl or not, but whatever'
evidence we can find will be placed before
the Jury and If It points to criminal actions
on the part of anyone it will be followed
After the trial of Pat Crowa on the
charge of shooting Officer Jackson It was
alleged one of the Jurors had been ap
proached by a friend of the defendant.
Certain other allegations were made after
the second Crowe trial and the county at.
torney haa Investigated both Instances.
While he would not say so, It Is under.
stood the results of the Investigation
go before the grand Jury.
The city has issued permits to Warren
Pwilxler for a tti.(ni frame dwelling at
Twenty-sixth and St. Mary's avenue. Ii.
R. Koylea, three S2,oiO frame dwellings at
Twenty-fourth and Burt streets; C. A
Wlnslow, $2,500 frame dwelling at 24J1
Manderson street, and a similar Btructurt
at 2433 Manderson street.
Your Thirty Feet of
Is simply Weakness, or Laziness of the.
Want of Exercise, Indoor Employment,
weakens these Bowel-Muscles, Just as it
weakens Arm and Leg Muscles.
Castor Oil, or Glycerine, ill grease. tha
passages for one load of Food at a time,
" but these lubricants can't help the Cause
Physic" like Salts, Calomel, Jala
Phosphate of Soda, Mineral Waters, sim
ply flush-out the Bowels for the one occa
They do not remove the Cause of Cos
Moreover, they waste so much of tha
precious Digestive fluids, In the flushing
process, that It takes a big ger dosa every
succeeding time to move the Bowel load.
But It Is different with Cascarets.
Cascarets act on the Muscles of tha
Bowels and Intestines. They act Just as
Cold Water, or Exercise act on a Lazy
They act like exercise.
A Cascaret produces the same sort of
Natural result that a Six Mile walk In the
country would produce.
The Vest Pocket Box Is sold by all
Druggists, at Ten Cents,
Be very careful to get the genuine, made
only by the Sterling Remedy Co.. and
never sold in bulk. Every tablet stamped
tr TRCC TO OUR FRIENDS!
W wint ta smS to ear friend s beio'lfal
Frtnch-otiirncd, GOLD PLATED BUNB0N boX.
hard-enasKicd in ceiurt. It is s btauly for ths
dretunt Utile. Tes cent in tump is sk4 as a
Mikur of food faiih aud Is cover tost ot Cttcait tt,
with which tWilZiity trtaxt 1 loaded. T4
Send to-dsy, artnUcnicc this soyer. Address
Stciuai AtiBedjr beusauy. CbihSg N Hug
TBT. stlVrVTABT CAK4I.. i t 4
f jciuphaifua mV-pptt wMih .on) tl, fvod Irun
lla UiroM lo ilt Mout.i.h; a. C4Mt 4 f ttumarlii
J. Fylork nd of Mumacli; 4. Du.lM; i. fell bl4
Mi . 4.4. Small intestine; J. Cmmmi . Vara,, Iota
tllail!- o. Aacandlng col"H: 10. 1 raiiavai, iloni
ll; Liwa.liHg tola; la. Sigmoid JUaurai iv kec
turn: 14. Anua. The duodenum la cuoUououa wits tho
auiall Inw.ttaot. Tl.e amull tmcatloo emutiea latlo tiul
Utg a liiifatitta off colt al tla (acuta. 1 ho axrova la
duuta tM diroctioo) .hKK tti ooliati ol tha boetaal
ittal t4ta Is po.aiftf turouf Ii bb anaaatary cam1,
YOU have thirty feet e! Intestines!
What makes food travel
A set of Muscles that line
the walls of these Intestines or Bowels.
When a piece of Food tubs the walls
of the Intestines these Muscles tighten
behind It, and thus It starts a Muscle-wave
which drives It through the whole length
of the Bowels.
It should take about 12 hours to do this
properly, so that nutritious parts of the
food may have time to be digested and
But, if It takes twice or three times
that period the food spoils In passing, and
becomes as poisonous as if it had decayed
before being eaten.
Now, the cause of delay (Constipation)
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