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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1906.
Trlcphrne Donglas 618
On Saturday morning at 8 o'clock we will place on sale tbe
or partly made dresses, as follows:
One handsome White Batiste Embroidered Robe that was $35.00, la thla
Two handsome White Batiste Embroideied Robes that were $30.00 each,
In this aale at $22.50 each. '
One White Batlate Embroidered Robe that waa $20.00, la this sale at
Two Pale Blue Embroidered Batiste Robes that were $18.00 each, In
this sale $12.50 each.
' One Lavender, two Ecru and two Pale Blue Batiste Robes, that were
$15.00 each, In this sale at $11.60 each.
Two White Dotted Swiss Robes that were $12.00 each, in this sale at
Two White Swiss Robes that were $11.00 each, In this sale at $8.00 each.
One White Princess Lace Robe that was $20.00, In this sale $15.00.
One Black Spangled Robe that was $18.00, In this sale at $12.00.
Saturday, the Last Day of the
Great Special Black . Dress
Goods Sale, with Many Ex
Notwlthstsndlng the unusually low prices
tlit we have bwn making during. the part
week and, beat of all. everybody has been
dollghted Saturday In to be the grand,
clearing out of one or two pieces of this
or that, many being patterns, exclusive
with us In Omaha, and all parts of pieces.
It Isn't how much we can get for them,
but what price will close every piece by
o'clock. Absolutely every piece must go.
This means a sale worth going miles and
miles to attend.. Many pretty things to
All our $1 NOVELTY SILK AND WOOL
CREFB DE CHINE now 50C YARD. Just
half price. Every thread silk and wool.
That means soft and lustrous. Very dressy.
All our tl.W CHIFFON PANAMA, 64
Inch, now 980 YARD. Never sold so much
of any one kind of black dress goods In
our history as we have of this beautiful
fabric. Many ire buying for future use.
About enough for Saturday's selling left.
BLACK TWILLED NOVELTY, Satur
day, 29C YARD. Beautiful fabric. All
wool. Regular J5o quality. To clear them
out, Saturday 2o yard.
that the information so established would
be valuable. The commission has already
sent broadcast through the state printed
Inquiries for data.
Chairman James D. Fhelan reported thnt i
he had made arrangements whereby Su
perintendent Frank Leach of the United
States mint would assume custody of all
funds and would credit the amounts re
ceived from all sources to the . relief and
Red Cross funds, honoring drafts against
it. Chairman Phelan announced that he
had turned over $50,000 to F. S. f8tratton
of the Oakland relief commute' and $2,500
to Rev. P. C. Yorke of the Central Catho
lic relief committee of Oakland. This left
available for immediate use $518,000.
While not Included In the announcements,
it was announced that the Canadian Bank
of Commerce had contributed $60,000 to the
relief fund and that the American1 dteel
company had made a donation of $10,000.
In the executive council the finance com
mittee decided that the report of the earth
quake committee should be referred to some
scientific institution, which would doubt
less supply the funds necessary to defray
4 Barters for Wholesalers.
At the meeting of the general committee
Thomas McGee announced that wholesalers
in large number were settling in Oakland
- and that there was great danger that this
settlement might be permanent. Those ap
plying for locations there were obliged to
take leases extending throughout five years.
The mayor said this movement must be
stopped at all hazards and that every fa
clllty must be afforded wholesalers to open
temporary quarters in San Francisco.
The only limitation placed by the author
ities was that the buildings should not be
more than one story in height. The erection
of permanent buildings must await the
ALL DRUG STORES
A ONE DAY SALE OF
BOYS' FINE SUITS......
puus, aiso preuy gray and brown mix
tures. A dollar fifty to two fifty saved on every-A
suit Saturday only S3.95
Hot .sera!!. $hl pmtnti .f Bibf
Special Sale of Embroidered and Lace Robes, Satur
day Morning 8 o'clock,
ENGLISH BILK FINISHED BRILLIAN
TI4.E, 75C YARD. Just half price. Equal
In appearance to any all-allk material. In
the new soft chiffon finish.
All our.tl.00 ALL-SILK GRENADINE,
B9C YARD, 44-Inch; In dainty, pretty satin
All our 11.00 ALL WOOL CREPE, now
69C YARD. 8oft and dainty that It re
minds one of all silk.
All our NOVELTY BRILLIANTINE, 2T.C
YARD. Very fine; beautiful luster; tiny
satin dot here and there; never sold for
less than 60c to 60c yard.
NOTE We only mention a few. The as
sortment Is very large for Saturday's spe
Millinery Savings, Saturday.
60 black hats worth 15.00 to $8.00 at
100 colored hats, very new and beautiful,
DO colored and black hats at $5.00
60 colored and black hats at $6.00. Sec
ond floor, Millinery department.
Wonderful savings and magnificent
100 ready-to-trlm hats, regular values
$2.76, Saturday 87c.
75 ready to wear hats, regular $4.00 and
$6.00 values, at $2.00.
forming of the new building laws. The
mayor appointed W. 8. Babcock, capitalist,
chairman of the 1 special committee on
wholesalers, with power to select his as
sociates, and directed him to proceed with
Many Retail Stores Open.
Ex-Chief of Police Wlttman of the com
mittee on resumption of business, said there
were now some 800 retail stores of various
descriptions In operation in Ban Francisco.
The matter of obtaining stocks for these
stores was still a serious one. Traffic
Freight Manager Sproule of the Southern
Pacific had Informed him that 1,250 loaded
cars now stood in the yards of the Southern
Pacific, but) he was also informed that the
unwillingness of some of the warehouses to
open their doors for the delivery of goods
was due to fears of further military con
fiscations. Mayor Schmits Informed him that General
Greely has Issued an order today that
there should be no further confiscation
under any circumstances.
Mr. Dtllman of the water committee re
ported little change in the water situation.
He said the committee now had plirtnbers at
work shutting off the house connections and
this had been accomplished in some 400
blocks, leaving one faucet running on each
of the four faces of the block. When thla
had been accomplished it would be possibly
to force the water through .the 'mains to
the reservoirs on the higher levels, when
there would be some protection against
Wind Adds to Discomfort.
A chill wind was blowing this morning
and the difficulty of preparing warm food
added to the distress of the homeless,
especially those floundering in the mud In
the low bottoms.
In Lafayette and Hamilton squares com-
In 10 Cent Bottles
To make Saturday a busy day in the
Boys' Suit Department, we place on
special sate some two hundred fine suits
for boys of 7 to 15 years. They are
double and single breasted, also Norfolk
6tyles, Knickerbocker or knp-fi trrmsprn
are gray and tan home-
ind Cbildrta't Shoes arc bow is,
balance of our new and handsome
Dainty new summer shirt waists for
Saturday's selling. Low neck, short
sleeves. We are always the first store
to show the newest styles. For Saturday
we show some new and dainty waists
with the low neck, pointed and square
yoke. Prices $3.25, $4.00 and $5.00.
Special Sale of all cloth suits Saturday,
plenty of large sires.
$25.00 suits for $17.60. v
$35.00 suits for 422.60.
$40 suits' for $25.00.
Silk Tettlcoats, in all colors, cut full
and wide, made of high grade taffeta silk.
Separate Skirts. High class garments,
beautifully tailored, all the pretty shades
of gray and white, also black, in voiles
and panamas. See what handsome, stylish
skirts we show at $12.50, $15.00 and $1.00.
Dainty negligee house dresses, long
kimonos, cool and pretty summer gar
ments. Economy Basement Cloak De
partment Bargains Saturday.
Three silk shirt-waist suits, size 38,
value $13.50, Saturday Clearing Sale price
$5.00 each. '
Choice of all the cloth coats worth up
to $7.50. Saturday Clearing Sale price,
Balance of the $1.00 and $1.25 House
Wrappers, at 69c each.
All the colored waists worth up to $1.50.
Saturday Clearing Sale price 26a each.
Special Sale of Women's Un
Four styles In 60o fine gause Halo vests
Saturday only, 85c each or 8 for $1.00.
They are made low neck, no sleeves and
come In lace or. crochet trimmed neck
and shoulder straps. Also a lino of plain
silk tape trimmed, our regular 50c quality,
all day Satusday, 35c each or 3 for $1.00.
Men's .Furnishings, 50c Neck
Saturday only, we will sell a line of
two and one-half-lnch wide silk four-in-
paratlvely few tents have been Issued to
those camped there, but the ground is high
and the drainage good. Where the rain
pentrated the Improvised tents of blan
kets, quilts and other like material, the
soldiers took the women and children Into
the houses in the vicinity. In many in
stances they gave up their own tents to
shelter the suffering. Many tents have been
provided at Jefferson square since the last
rain, where several thousand are camped.
A few who were not adequately' sheltered
were taken Into the large automobile
garages In the vicinity and to the Lutheran
church. In several Instances people in
houses refused to admit women and chil
dren in distress from the cold and rain
and the militia, unceremoniously broke
down the doors with the butts of their
Several thousand tents are enroute here
and it Is expected that within a few flays
fully 150,000 refugees will be comfortably
Over one hundred and fifty stores were
opened for business yesterday, but before
night numerous complaints were received
that storekeepers had raised ' prices to
Captain Rittenhouse of the United States
marines, commanding the district 'from
Bush ' to Oak and Fillmore to Division
streets, called at the Central police station
last night and requested that detectives
be detailed to Investigate some of the com
plaints made to him that exorbitant prices
were being charged in certain quarters.
Fourteen Square Miles Burned.
City Engineer Woodward has an official
map made of the burned district The
map shows that the area burned by the
fire is a small fraction less than fourteen
At the temporary office of the tax col
lector the officials are bewailing the fact
that they are yet unable to get at their
records, for if they could do so they could
collect large sums in taxes. Yesterday
considerably more than $100 was collected
in small sums and $50,000 could have
been, collected if the books had been on
hand. E. J. Leberton wanted to pay over
$4,000, and Aahton and Gardiner, real es
tate agents, announced their desire and
ability to pay about $35,000 of taxes, but
as the books were not available the exact
amount due could not be determined.
Household Effects Burned.
The knowledge that has come to the
people of the possibility of saving house
hold effects through burial under torna
does was put to good use during the big
fire. The back yarda of Russian hill
residents were freely used as burial
ground for all kinds of household goods,
even costly vases, silverware and brie
abrao being placed in holes dug for this
The chief clerk of the International
hotel, who lived in a house on the corner
of Callejo and Leavenworth streets, saved
tbe larger part of the furniture of two
floors in this way. Digging into the slop
ing bank at the rear of his residence a
hole waa made ten feet square, and into
this was placed trunks, bedding and
household effects. The building was com
pletely swept away, and yet when the
goods were dug up the mattresses and
similar iuflamable belongings were free
from the small of fire. A foot of earth
over the burled goods proved ample pro
tection for the most destructible goods
and many dollars worth of family pos
sessions were saved in this manner.
Ths alleged systematic theft of several
tons of, Red Cross supplies has been dis
closed by the arrest of Arthur Jacobs
yesterday by Police Commissioner O'Grady
and Detective Mathewson. Jacobs is said
to bave made a confession Implicating
several confederates and revealed the place
where he had hidden the loot. Jacobs is a
teamster who volunteered his services to
haul supplies from the water front to the
various . relief depots. His offer was ac
cepted and it was while hauling Red Cross
supplies that he la alleged to have done
the looting during the first few days of
the relief, when it was not organised as
it is now. Under the present system of
handling supplies this would be practically
Impossible. About two tons of tbe stoWi
goods have been recovered and it is
pec ted that Jacobs pals will soon be under
The water front is as busy as ever to
day. From the Pacific Mall dock to
Melgg's wharf, ' the docks au4 wharves
looked as they did before the fire. The
work of the customs and quartermaster
offices haa not been Interrupted for a
day. The transport Sherman arrived bare
yesterday. After passing quarantine It
went up to Folsora street and docked at
the army dock as usual, and her paasea-
Ppp. April 2, '('.
embroidered and lace robes,
hand scarfs at one-half price. The pat
terns are all good and desirable. All day
Saturday, your' choice at 25c each.
NEW SHIRTS, new arrivals in the
popular soft shirts, $1.00, $1.60 and $2.00
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS with wide
fancy borders' very new, 50c each.
GYMNASIf M OR ATHLETIC SHIRTS
Saturday 10c and 25c each. Thev are
black Jersey sleeveless shirts and sold
regularly at 50c and 26c.
never played so large a part In corsets ss
this season. There are many kinds of
corsets that fit, but fitting is not suffi
cient. A model most do more, H must
build a specific type of form, must
create, as it were, a base to accord with
the gown style that Is the prevailing mode.
In our search for choice snd accurate
models for thla soison we made our largest
selection from WARNER'S RUSTPROOF
LINE. They indicated correctness In every
detail, and we take a Satisfaction not en
tirely selfish In recommending them to
our customers. Aside from their style
quality they are as unusual as they are
reliable for wear, are guaranteed the
maker stands bsck of us in this rustproof,
and have attached the splendid "Security"
rubber button hose supporters. $1.00 to
$3.50 per pair.
We have many new and exclusive styles
In fancy hosiery for spring. Also a com
plete line of gause. silk, lisle and cotton.
All of these stoscklnps are In fine quality,
perfect in fit and a delight to wear.
In fancies at 60c per pair we show an
unusually lRrge .assortment of patterns
Very attractive styles in black embroid
ered hose at 85c, $1.25 and $1.50 per pair.
Fine black lisle hose, with Mnderira em
broidery, $- 00 per pair.
Black lisle hose with Mexican drawn
work Instep, $2.60 per pair.
Black gause silk hose, $1.60 and $2.25
per pair. . . . .. . .
gers from Manila and Honolulu landed
Three More Shock at Snllnne.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 27.-A long
distance telephone message to this city
from a' correspondent of the Associated
Press at Salinas, 120 miles south of San
Francisco, at 10:30 O'clock this morning,
states that three more very heavy earth
quake shocks were felt there last night.
one at 8 o'olock, another at 9:50 and the
last at 2 o'clock this morning. The shocks
lasted about four seconds each, but so far
as known did no damage. ; ,
The news could not be reported from
Salinas earlier because of the lack of all
communication. The damage at Salinas
from the earthquake shock of l&st week
is in excess 'of $1,000,000. ' The Salinas river
is reported to have been sunk ten or twelve
feet all along Its course for miles. Nearly
all of the bridges across the river bave
been condemned ' and will have to be Te
A later telephone message today, re
celved by the Evening Express, says that
earthquake shocks have been felt there
dally since the fitst disaster, April 18, but
that no further damage was done.
FIFTEEN THOIS.4XD IJf SHOW TENT
Enormous Crowd at Bernhardt Benefit
Performance In Chicago.
Eugene Duval, assistant general western
agent of the Milwaukee, has returned from
Chicago, where he says the interest in the
San Francisco sufferers is Just as keen as
it la in Omaha and other points along the
line of the transcontinental roads, where
the people are being fed.
"I ziever saw such a crowd of people
In one place In my Hfe as turned out to
the Sarah Bernhardt performance, whicn
was given for the benefit of the relief
funds in Chicago," said Mr. Duval. "The
performance was given In a huge tent on
the lake front, . and I think over 15,000
people must have tried to get into .that
tent, which seemed to be nearly a block
long, and which the people nearly tore
down In their efforts to spend their money
for the benefit of the sufferers."
Flfteea-Year-Old tiirl Disappears
Frances Williams, aged 15 years, left her
work at a counter at the Boston store
Thursday afternoon, saying her father had
come lor ner, and went out with a ma
who had called. She did not return nor
did she go home. The father. W. Williams,
who lives at 3481 Miami street, went
search of his daughter In the evening when
she did not return from work as usual,
and, learning what had happened, notified
the police. Williams said he has frequently
naa troume because of Ills girl s In
corrigibility and requested a careful search
for her that she might be cared for.
Confederate Veterans la Parade,
NEW ORLEANS, April 27. The business
of the confederate veterans reunion beln
over today, it was given over to pleasure,
xne teaiure toaay was me paraae.
In (hops wheie work
nuuuhip, style and it
are ctuot lector
ff an gmniust place. Tbcy
please the dealer and salary the
wearer, la while sad color-hut fabrics
St 1 .On sain I M
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
Lrmt JUW. tt OoliM u Skin Is as Wwt
WANTED AT ONCE
One first-class Jushelman tailor and
four first-class coat makers. Steady
work tbe year round and the highest
waa paid in Omaha. None but first
claa ' workmen need apply.
UacCarthy-VYilsoa Tailoring Co.,
04-M Couth lath fit
W HOUSES ARE SEARCHED
aria Polio Raid Homes of Labor Leaders,
Eoyalists and Anarchists.
LOOK fOft EVIDENCES OF PLOT
rapera Seised Tend to Prove that
Itnnapart lata Financed Heeent
PARIS, April 27. The- widespread labor
gitatlon took a dramatic turn today when
he police executed a series of wholesale
searches designed to unearth an extensive
plot against the public security. The
searches Included the offices of branches of
the labor federation and homes of the labor
leaders, prominent royalists and Bonapart
ists and aim a number 6f anarchists. The
uspects among the royalists and Bonapart-
lots included the heads of several aristo
cratic families, among them Count Durand
De Buregurd, Count De la Reagle, General
Baron De Taradel, M. Baconnler, president
of the royalist advance guard; M. Thou-
venel, an Intimate friend of Prince Louis
apoleon, and Major Feulllent, formerly
commander of the Imperial guard, while
the labourites who were subjected to search
included the conspicuous heads of the move
ment planned for May 1.
The ostensible purpose of the Search was
discover if encouragement had been
given to rioting In the mining district in
the north, but the authorities expected at
the same time to uncover the entire plan of
the present labor agitation, including any
menacing features of the demonstration
which Is to take place May 1. The searches
were operated simultaneously early In the
morning. The results In many cases were
negative. There Is, however, official author
ity for the statement that documents were
found which proved that royalists and
Bonapnrtists Intrigued with the labor lead
ers and liberally financed the revolutionary
strike movements. The labor federation has
refused to hand over lis books to the police.
The search caused a sensation In labor
nd royalist circles. In the former they are
denounced as a device to discredit the labor
movement. The opposition press also at
tacks the searches as an electioneering
In the meantime the public has become
more tranquil regarding the possible events
of May 1, owing to the completeness of the
military and police precautions. The city
rapidly filling with troops, embracing
thirty-nine battalions and forty-eight
squadrons drawn from the various army
Complete quiet In the strike centers tends
to reassure the public.
The Temps editorially points out the ab
surdity of people hastily leaving the city or
laying In stocks of provisions, and says the
government has taken every necessary pre
caution. Revolutionary movements, the
article says, never succeeded when heralded
LIBERALS WIN MORE SEATS
Constitutional Democrat In Russia
Score Another Victory at
ST., PETERSBURG. April 28.-3:40 a. m
Returns from yesterday's elections are slow
in coming in, but the proportion of con
stltutlonal democrats chosen continues
overwhelming. Up to 2 o'clock this morn
ing reports had been received from sixty-
three Of the 190 constituencies out of which
the Octoberlsts carried only three, the
constitutional democrats and their polish
allies forty-six and the social democrats
two, the remaining twelve being classified
as independents, most probably in sym
pathy with the constitutional democrats
With the exception of St. Petersburg and
Mobcow the representatives elected are of
no prominence, the best known being Prince
Volkonskj, Octoberlst, of Ryasan and
Bishop Baron Rope of Vllna.
The radical members-elect are now wait
Ing for the convocation of the national
Parliament to express the distrust of the
government. A resolution worded In the
sharpest terms is being circulated and
largely signed by constitutional democrats,
members-elect, expressing lack of conn
dence both with Count Wltta and the em
Found Dead In Nearro Resort.
OSKALOOSA, la., April 27. (Special.)-,
R. B. Lynn, an old soldier and a wealthy
man, was found dead In a negro resort
in Oskaloosa. On Investigation by the
coroner it was found that Lynn had been
poisoned. The proprietor of the resort was
THIS AFTERNOON TONIGHT
In the Modern Comedy
MART, MARY, QUITE CONTRARY
Saturday Evening, May 6th
The Famous Bohemian Violinist
BEAT SALE MONDAY .
Prices 60c to $2.00.
THE WOODWARD STOCK CO.
This Afternoon Tonight
IN THE PALACE OF THE KING
Monday Night 830th performance
Souvenir Photo of Albert Morrison.
Prices Nights, Sunday Matinees.
10c, Sic. Tuesday, Thursday, Satur
day Matinees, 10c. 20c.
Mr. Joseph Gahm, Pianist.
Mrs. Joseph Gahm, Harpist.
Mr. Ho.ns Albert. Violinist.
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL $0.
Prices $1.00, 76c and 60c.
Tickets on sale now at box office.
'Phone Douglas 494.
NOTE CIRTAIN AT :15 SHARP
::::T ONI OUT::::
Mtiae Today, 85c Tonight at lit,
In Their Musical Comedy Success,
ICNDAY What Women Will Do.
aS"k sf W " 1
Nced3 purifying and your whole system renovating in the
spring, as pimples, boils, eruptions, loss of appetite and that
tired feeling annually prove.
' Hoods Sarsaparilla is the most effective medicine ever
devised for the complete purification of the blood and the
complete renovation of the whole system.
It will make you feel better, look better, cat and sleep
better and give you the best possible preparation for the hot
days of summer, as over 40,000 people have testified in the
last two years. Today buy and begin to take
TJBual form, liquid, or in new form, tablets, 100 Doses One Dollar.
placed under arrest and la confined In the
ity Jail while the police are conducting a
thorough Investigation. It Is believed by
the officials that the old soldier was cajoled
Into the resort and drugged. Before the
body could bo disposed of the police raided
tho pttice and at once placed the inmates
of the house under arrest. Money which
Lynn was supposed to have on him at the
time of his disappearance Is missing.
Henry J. Windsor.
Henry J. Windsor, real estate agent, 1511
Dodge street, died at 5 o'clock Friday morn-
ng at the Hamilton apartment house,
Twenty-fourth and Farnam streets, from
a nervous trouble of nearly a year's stand
ing. The funeral arrangements have not
been completed. Relatives from Yankton,
D., are expected In the city for the fu
neral, which probably will be held 8unday.
Mr. Windsor was Rl years of age and lived
In Omaha twenty-five years. He Is survived
by a wife snd two daughters, Rosalia and
Mildred. lie came to Omaha from Mary
land. He was 111 for nearly a year.
Simon Putnam, carpenter, died Thursday
evening at his home, 3620 North Twenty-
eighth street, heart trouble being the con
tributing cause. Mr. Putnam was a mem
ber of Custer post, Orand Army of the Re
public, and will be burled under the aus
pices of his old comrades. Until absent
relatives ave heard from the time of funeral
will not be announced. He was 67 years of
age and lived here three years.
Indianapolis Players Indicted.
INDIANAPOLIS. April 27. The nlavers
and managers composing the Indianapolis
and Minneapolis American association base
ball teams were Indicted today by a special
session of the grand Jury for playing a
game of base ball here last Sunday. Ca
piases will be served on the Indianapolis
players tomorrow and service on the Mlnne
apolis men will be had when they come to
tins city tor the next series of games.
Charles Rusohsupt, one of the Indianapolis
managers, was tried in the police court to-
Store Open Saturday
OR KIN BROS., Props.
Great Jacket Sale
Stylish Jackets, made of
finest all-wool covert cloth
with best satin or taffeta
linings, also of fine mixed
materials, $12.50 y Cfl
values, at I aUU
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day for promoting Inst Bunday'i
Miss Iura Cooper, daughter of Carl
Cooper of Greenwood, and John Hoham of
Greenwood were married at 4:30 Thursday
afternoon by Rev. Charles W. Pavldge ,gt
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ho
ham, 1106 North Twenty-first street, Omaha,
August S. Davids and Miss Alice Smith
were married Wednesday evening at the
residence of the bride, 1206 South Eleventh
street, Rev. Mr. MacGregor officiating.'
H'CANJI CHAXOE9 HIS HOME PORT
Former Karal Officer I.eaTes Creditors
SIOUX FALLS, S. D April 27. -Special
Telegram.) Something of a sensation
was created here lat this afternoon when
it became known that Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mct'ann, who for some timo conducted
the Central hotel, had fled for parts un
known, leaving s. number of creditors.
Claims against the fugitives aggregate
from $1,000 to $1,200. It has been learned
they left the city at 11 o'clock on a pas
senger train on the Omaha railway, with
Sioux City or the Twin Cities as their
probable destination. A charge of em
besxlement will be lodged against Mc
Cann and the sheriffs office is trying to
McCann was formerly an officer In the
United States navy. About two years ago
ha waa in Sioux Falls with a naval-recruiting
party and fell 1n with a married
woman of this city. She some months
ago secured a divorce from her husband
and McCann abandoned the navy, married
her and located here.
Dry Dock In Canal.
PORT SAID, Egypt, April 27.-The United
States dry dock Dewey, on Its way to the
Philippine islands in tow. entered the Sues
canal today. ' '
Night till 10 O'clock
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More Stilish Suits at $12.50
ind 517.50 v
We are again prepared to
repeat our enormous Bale of
last Saturday. Every ex
press brings us more suits
direct from the tailors. Tbe
workmanship and materials
are of the very best and
every garment in this offer
lug is worth' at least one-'
third more than we ask.
Suits Worth $25, on Sale at
These suits are made ot
finest all-wool materials of
mannish suitings. fancy
mixtures and Panamas, and
In all the newest correct
styles. Good $26 values on ,
sale Saturday at $17.50.
Suits Worth $17.50 on Sale
The suits we offer at this
price for Saturday are 'won
derful values. Scores of
handsome new styles to se
lect from, and all made of
all-wool materials in all
colors. Splendid $17.50
values on sale 4 MSO
Saturday at I
Sample SklrU $4.05. Regu
lar $7.50 to $10 Values
Saturday we will put on
sale a manufacturer's entire
sample line of walking
skirts. Over 200 to select
from and hardly two alike;
$7.60 to 110 m fsmm
All wool Jackets, in either
covert cloth or mixed ma
terials with or without lin
ings in all fitted or loose
effects. $8.50 j QC
garments at. ..... . "aU J
IS THE BEST
When you buy a refrigerator you will want the
best. The one that has a system of circulation so
perfect In M action that it will not require a tem
porary relief afforded by an abvorbent AlUng. The
HEHRICK has increased insulation and it stands
today without question at the head of the refrigera
tor list. Very pretty ones In olne and white
enamel, also the regular spruce 11 ned. We carry a
complete stock. IH.CO and up.
ORCHARD & WILHELM
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