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TUE OMAHA DAILY . BEE: TUESDAY, AFRIL 2, 1007.
Tel. Douglas 618 Reaches All Departments.
For 50 Years
New -Automobile Red or Handsome' Broadcloth for Coats
and Jackets, at $1.25 a Yard.
The fashionable color fabric of the moment, in handsome broad
cloth, -Just what you are looking; for. New Automobile or Golf Red.
A ait to see It.
Watch Tuesday evening's paper for the announcement of the Great
est After Easter Clearance Sale of Colored Dress Goods Remnants we
ever held: You will make a mistake It you do not.
Howard, Cor. tQ'Jx.
house. Then Mr. Ctarka called upon the
governor and told hlra about the validat
ing clauae. with the reault that the bill
New Fees for Corporation.
" Under the new law enacted by the present
' leglslaturs the fee a for filing corporation ar
ttclea In the office of the secretary of state
are as follows:
If the capital stock Is $10,000 or less than
, if more than 110,000, but does not exceed
125,000 nulling fee of $20.
If the capital stock Is more than 1-6,000,
but does nut exceed 1(ai,Ox, a mine; tee A
if the capital stock Is over fino.OOO, there
ahall be a tiling fee of 60 cent additional lor
each U.Ouu in excess of $luo,ttt.
for recording artic.es of Incorporation,
for each loo words contained therein, 10
For copies c-f exemplification of records
with seal, tor each Its) word. 10 cents.
f or cerilflcate with soil, SI.
For receiving and filing; a certificate of
' the auditor of public accounts, Stt.
1'Or receiving and riling a ceittflate of
the state banking board, !&
For filing a certificate of Increase of cap
ital si ocx if any corporation, association,
or consolidation, domestic or foreign, o,
and W cents for each Sl.ovO Increase of cap
ital stock ao certified.
, For Sling certificate of decrease of capital
, stock. So.
,. for receiving, flllna- and recording articles
. of corporations formed for religious, be
, nevolent or literary purposes, not for profit,
having no capital stock and not mutual In
otuu-bA'tMr; or rellg.ous or secret sooietles.
Or societies or associations composed ex--Clusively
of any class of mechanics, express
telegraph or other employes formed for mu
tual protection and not for profit, fee.
. For ooinmiSMlcn to any officer, or person,
except military commission, SI. '
For filing articles of decree of fcourt,
ehanglng the name of any corporation or
For filing amendment of articles of in
con oration, $6.
For Usumg license, SI.
For taking acknowledmetit, JL
For administering oath. SI.
Any otlicer or etock holder signing; articles
of Incorporation for filing under this sec
tion muHt acknowledge Ills signature
thereto before an officer authorised to ad-m-iwuter
Provided, that all fees set forth herein
shall be paid In advance to the secretary
of state snd by him paid Into the state
treasury, for the state general fund.
Passed with emergency clause and ap
proved by governor March 27, 1907.
Senate Studs hy Cat.
By a vote of 17 to 14 the senate this
Afternoon refused te recall from the house
there hi more of the real
subttanoe of Beef ar.i t
higher quality of B.f
than in any other Meat
Extract Jar cf equal site.
V J 1 j N MUST THI ienur
n blue, or it's M feeds.- P
til" IMI J Sil-ffK6Vat
fl(V(V do w0 ,acrlflce Q-UIlty tor price. Our selections are made with the greatest of cafe from reputable
liUVUI .manufacturers, and we believe we can safely state that nowhere la the west caa you secure these
values In furniture of quality, character, style and finish. .
This week we are making a special showing of dining room furniture. A much larger assortment than we
have heretofore displayed. . .
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A large assortment of pretty patterns. . We mention one
In particular, made ot quarter-sawed oak, band pol
ished, has two top drawers, one divided and lined for
sliver,- a double cabinet underneath with panel doors.
Pretty vilrror Lack with one small shelf on each side.
Top is 18 inches long and 18 Inches deep, stands 58
Inches high. pedl. eacolB.OO.
Other patterns ranging irouiv
$17. 60. I2D.00 up.
hurt been famous tirougheru th
world for models of excellency ud
lb ere is one essentia ieeiurn 01
the toilet that so woman dare
The Fit of Her Gown
Tbls depends entirely on tie
selection cf the Corset.
For thli reason w have selected a com
plot line of this celebrated mako of
Corsets, -which we hav Just plaoad on
Mia. The tnodcls which have Just ar
rived excel all previous niece, and
constitute the highest achievement la
the art of Corset Making. If yott are
partial to a medium priced Cartel, yon
cannot do better than try one.
Prtee Begins at. $l.Ci
Open Saturday Evenings.
H. R. 284, the bill appropriating $190,000 for
buildings at the state farm. The bill was
Indefinitely postponed several days ago
and In order that this action might be re
versed an attempt Was made by the friends
of the bill to bring it back for further
consideration. King of Polk led in the
fight for a reconsideration of the bill and
made the motion to recall It.
Senator King argued the question of ap
propriations for buildings at the university
at some length. He said there were more
students In the mechanic arts department
at the university than there were at the
state farm and he thought If there were
any way to do It some provision should
be made for their accommodation at the J
university. He praised the management of t
the university and declared the per capita
cost of running the Institution was smaller
than that of any similar Institution In the
Epperson and Root made the principal
arguments against reversing the former
action. Epperson declared the appropria
tions this year were sure to exceed the
Income of the state, and while he was In
favor of liberal appropriations for the State
university, he thought the state should pay
off some of Its debts during prosperous
times. Root also protested against bringing
the bill back at this time." If l Is found
an, additional appropriation can be made
without exceeding the Income for the next
blennlum, he said, he would be In favor
of doing it at some time.
The vote on the King motion waa as fol
O' Cos uall,
Absent or Not Voting
SaokMt, Wllaoa a.
Bond Aid BUI Saved.
The senate by a large majority refused
this morning to Indefinitely postpone H. R.
628, by Hamer, providing that cities, vil
lages and precincts may Issue bonds In
aid of the construction of steam railroads.
When the bill waa reported back from the
railroad committee Phillips of Holt county
asked that It go to the sifting committee
file. As a substitute Epperson of Clay
moved that It be Indefinitely postponed.
After a long discussion on tbe question of
voting bonds for railroads the Epperson
motion Was lost by the vote of S to 17.
The bill Is Intended to cure a '"Joker"
in a bill passed early in the session which
cut out from the present statute the pro
vision allowing precincts to vote bonds in
aid of railroads. The bill was ostensibly
one to allow the voting St bonds to aid
telephone companies. Epperson of Clay
was Interested in the psssage of that bill
In, order to head off some elections In aid
of an Interurban railroad running through
Hamilton county. The measure had been
algned by the governor before Its real im
port was known. ' Some of the senators
from the sparsely settled districts imme
diately got to work to undo what tbey had
unwittingly done. The Hamer bill allows
bonds to be voted by a two-thirds vote in
aid bf steam railroads, but cuts out electric
roads. The action takes today Indicates
the bill will pass the senate.
The senate this morning concu
Solid oak. polished finish
round top 42 laches in
diameter, tery pretty de
sign, pedestal center, ex
tends to 6 ft, length, each
Other round top dining
tables, solid oak, from
111 up. Square top din
ing tables from $6.75 up.
Made of quarter-sawed
oak, hand pollahed. top
is 1 6 Inches wide, solid
oak, groovod shelves IS
Inches deep. Has swell
glass ends and door,
French shaped foot. An
extraordinary value at
T. I V . . V a.
early Lngiiah add
A very pretty line
K. 50. 18. SO,
the house amendments to Aldiich's maxi
mum freight rate bill and the measure la
rady to go to ths governor.
The Jenlson bill to appropriate JRo.Ono for
the purpose of establishing norma! 'rein
ing courses In four-year high schools of
the state was recommended for paasage
by the senate this morning after a long
debate. Under tbe terms of the bill high
schools providing normal courses are to
be allowed 1360 a ar by the state. Ep
person of Clay, who favored the bill, de
clared he purpose Is to make up for ths
devastation in the ranks of country school
teachers caused by matrimony. The normal
schools, he said, were able to supply only
enough teachers to fill the high school
faculties, leaving the country schools with
out trained teachers. Goodrich of Fillmore
also made an argument In favor of It.
King of Polk and Hoot opposed It, declaring
It was Intended as a sop thrown out to the
different high schools of' the state, the
amount being too small to accomplish any
practical good. - s
The senate this afternoon went through a
number of appropriation bills and In all
cases but two upheld the action of the
committee on finance, ways and means.
One of the exceptions was as to H. R.
X,d appropriating 0,000 to aid small school
districts which are unable without state
aid to hold seven months school each year.
The amount appropriated was cut from
$0,000 to tffi.000.
Walsh's bill appropriating money for per
manent buildings on the state fair grounds
was Indefinitely postponed.
Ths senate committee hod reduced the
amount of money appropriated from $711,000
to $20,000, but it wss reported on the floor
of the senate that members of the State
Board of Agriculture had said they wanted
the whole amount or none and the senate
took the board at its word and killed the
The senate this afternoon indicated it is
getting ready to adjourn finally by voting
to appoint a conference committee to meet
with the house committee appointed a week
ago to decide on the day for final adjourn
ment. Ths motion had been killed at three
different times, but when King renewed it
this afternoon It was p.jsed unanimously.
Lieutenant Governor Hopewe'.J appointed as
the committee King, Burns of Lancaster
Adjournment Prnlinhly Thwredar.
The conference committee appointed by
the senate and house on adjournment will
meet in the morning. It seems to be the
general Impression that the committee will
decide on Thursday for the final adjourn
ment Tonight the committee on claims met in
the auditor's offlce and when some of the
claims which are slightly moss covered
came np for consideration the burglar
alarm in the treasurer's office began to
ring. The committee, however, Is not euro
there was any significance in that.
ROl'TIflE PROCEEDINGS , OF IBSATE
Itimber of Bill Passed' and Others
Reported for Pnssnsre.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 1. (Special.) The senate
today passed the following bills:
H. R. i20 By Knowles. Reifulrlng ral
roads to Issue 1.000-mlle mileage books for
tf, the books to be transferable.
H. R. 30J-By Whitney. Appropriating
SS.000 for buildings and repalra at the Bjuth
Bend fish hatcheries.
H. R. 843 By Oreen. Approprlstlng $7,000
for the Investigation of animal dlfieasrs.
H. R. S9 By Alderson. Approprlat'ng
$1.000 for buildings at the Norfolk Inane
H. R. 44 Bv Hamer. Appropriating $15,-
OflA for a building at the Kearney Industrial
school for ooys.
In committee of the wnoie the senate to
day considered the following bills:
H. R. 47 By Jonlson. "Appropriating
STO.OOO for tbe purpose of providing for
normal training In high schools having
four-year courses. To pass.
H. R. 467 By Kelfer. Appropriating
$37,000 for running expenses of the Ortho
pedic hospital. To pass.
H. (R. KA By Doran, Henry. Hill, Mets
ger and Wilson. To provide funds for
carrying the seven months' sehool In all
counties of the state. Amount appropri
ated reduced from $50,000 to $25,000. To
w. R. JSTi Bv Armstrong. Appropriating
$25,000 for a heating plant at the Peru
Normal school. To pass.
H. R. 490 By Brown. Appropriating
$2,E00 foi1 an addition to the Home for the
Friendless building. To pass.
H. R. HI By Walsh. Appropriating
$20,000 for a rattle barn on the state fair
grounds. Indefinitely postponed.
ROtTIIB P"ROCKEl1INGS OF IJOISH
Klgrht Sessions to Be Held from This
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April L (Special.) The house
agreed to meet every night until adjourn
ment. Armstrong moved that the chief
clerk telegraph members absent without
excuse to attend the sessions of the house.
During the day about seventy-five members
were present. In the committee of the
whole the house recommended to pass the
following bills: '
S. F. 410 By Clarke of Adams. Relating
to the deposit of county funds.
S. F. 27 By Randall of Madison. For
the giving of guarsnty bonds equal to the
maximum amount of deposit by depository
banks for the securing of state funds.
B. F. HI By Burns of Lancaster. Lin.
coin charter amendments.
S. Bi 266 By Burns of Lancaster. For
board of plumbers for cities of over 40,000.
H. F. !M1 By Byrnes of Platte. Making
it optional with counties under township
organization to have separate supervisor
In each township and providing for the dis
continuance of township orgtnlsat'on and
the re-establishment of district supervis
H F. 81 By flackett of Gage. Providing
feeding of prisoners In county Jail shall be
let to the lowest bidder.
S. F. 2Hb By Patrick of Sarpy. No liquor
shall be sold near Fort Crook.
8. F. SI By Sackett of Oage. Providing
salaries for aherlffs.
S. F. 474 By Sackett. Making notts snd
other obligations given for unpaid pre
miums for insurance non-negotiable.
The following bill wss postponed: S. F.
8. the interurban bill, by Thomas.
On motion of Cone of Saunders 8. F. 137,
ar pet o.
Telephone Douglas 313
cigaiy mow pauerss ci caw Caumttui in golden.
a . ,
fumed oak and genuine mahogany.
). IZjoO and up.
ot golden oak cabii
119.00. 130.00. $21.00.
by Epperson, tbe anti-bucket shop bill, was
advanced to third reading by a vote of Si
to IS, and later was passed with only four
negSUVS votes, these be trig Leeder, Tucker,
Hervev and Walsh.
The house concurred In senate amend
ments t the following blUst
II. R. n Bv Walsh of Douglas. Per
mitting school boards to have the right of
H. R. Sll-By Cone of Saunders. Red
gaollne ran bill.
H. R. !W-By Alderson of Madlnnn. Mak
ing appropriation for Norfolk asylikn.
H. R. SJ By Oreen of Holt. Appropri
ating S2U00 for Investigation of animal dis
H. R. 64 By. Harrison of Otoe. Removing
the $r..of. limit of liability In damage suits
II. R. 31-Ry Whitney of Sarpy. Making
spproprlatlon for fish hatchery at South
Bend, cut down to SS.000.
H. R. 230 Bv Knowles. Two-cent mlle-
H. K. S!o By Fa W. Brown. Appropri
ating $?8.O0O for six lots for the Home ror
On motion of Hamer a conference com
mittee was appointed on amendments to
H. R, 481 appropriating $15,000 for the
Kearney Industrial school, to correct a
The following bills were passed:
8. F. 6-1 By McKesson. Pure food bill.
8. F. 137 By K.pperson of Clay. The
anti-bucket shop bill.
8. F. 5---yy Olhson of Douglas. Re
organization of burial association.
8. F. .4 Bv Patrick ot Sarpy. Desig
nating colleges of law other than State
l.'niverslty College of Law, graduates from
which may be admitted to the bar without
H. R. 391 By E. P. Brown of Lancaster.
ftaMng the salary of rlerk of penitentiary
to SOOO and guards to $th0 a veur.
S. F. Ill By Wilcox of Thayer. To li
cense medicine peddlers, waa killed on
The employes of the house through Chief
Clerk Barnard presented Speaker Nettleton
with a beautiful Morris chair this morn
ing. He replied' to the presentation speech
very feelingly. He said no legislature ever
had such, faithful help. In presenting the
chair; Mr. Barnard spoke as follows:
Mr. Speaker This, the thirtieth session
of the legislature Is about to come to a
close with Its work finished.
We will all soon go to our several homes
and take up our several vocations In life
and the thirtieth session will only be a
pleasant memory to us all. Yet In this
memory will remain the friendship made
that of which one of the poets has said:
'"True friendship, like the InHnortal Soul,
Is too good. to tie believed." We may not
all believe this yet we all feel that we have
made many friendships during our short
time together that will go with us through
And now, Ml1. Speaker, the employes of
this session feel that they cannot let this
session come to a. close without in some
small way showing their appreciation of
your uniform kindness toward them and
their esteem for you end as It Is quite
the style to hand your fviends a package,
we have decided thnt the speaker has one
coming on bohalf of the employes of the
thirtieth Session of the Nebraska legis
lature, I present you with this chair. We
hope you will receive It In the same, way
that It Is given and as you rest from your
labors, may you have only the plea.antest
memories of this session and your em
ployes. The house tonight decided to Indefinitely
postpone all house bills which have not
already been passed. This will leave about
fifty senate bills for that body to consider
A resolution to have 5,009 copies of the
direct primary law printed was laid over
for one dny.
The house passed the following bills:
B. F. ST" By Kpporson. Providing for
county high schools upon vote of the peo
ple. 9. F. 17 By Thomas. Providing for a
regular marriage ceremony fee Of $3 to be
charged by the county judge.
8. F. 234 By Burns. Changing the name
of the Hastings asylum to "a hospital for
treatment of the chronic Insane."
8. F. U-By Randall. Providing for the
taxation of educational and saline lands.
ROOSEVELT'S POSITION CLEAR
(Continued from' First Page.)
been of Improper discrimination in railroad
But I am convinced that there must be
an increased regulatory and Supervisory
power exercised by the government over
the railways. Indeed. I would like it ex
ercised tp a much greater extent than I
have any Idea of pressing at the moment.
For Instance, I would greatly like to have
It exercised In the matter of overcapital
ization. I am convinced that the "wages
fund" would be larger If there was no
fictitious capital upon which dividends had
to be paid. I need hsrdly say that this
does not mean hostility to wealth. -All t
want, in any rate legislation Is to give
the government an efficient supervisory
ower, which shall be exercised as scrupu
ously to prevent injustice to the railroads
as to prevent their doing injustice to the
public. Our endeavor is to see that those
big railroad men and big shippers who are
not responsive to the demands of Justice
are required to who what their fellows who
are responsive to the demands of justice
would be glad to do of their own accord.
From the Messages.
In his message to congress at the be
ginning of the first session of the Fifty
ninth congress, December S, 1906, the presi
dent said: -
In order to insure a healthy social and
Industrial life every big corporation should
be held responsible by and be accountable
to some sovereign power strong enough to
control Its conduct. I am In no sense" hos
tile to corporations. Thli Is an age of com
binations and any effort to prevent all com
binations will be not only useless, but In
the end vicious, because of the contempt
for law which the failure to enforce law
Inevitably produces. H'e should, more
over, recognise In cordial and ample fashion
the Immense good elTect by corporate
agencies In a country sui-h as ours, and the
wealth of Intellect, enemy and fidelity de
voted to their service, mid therefore nor
mally to the service of ihe public by their
officers and directors. Tte corporation has
come to stay. Just as the trade union has
come to stay. Each enn do and baa done
frre.at good. Each shorld bo favored so
ong s It does good. But each should be
sharply checked where it acts against law
Until the national government obtains, In
some manner which the wisdom of con
gress may suggest, proper control over the
big corporations engaged In Interstate com
mercethat is, over the great majority of
the big corporations It will be Impossible
to deal adequately with those evils.
This power to regulate rates, like all simi
lar powers over the business world, should
be exercised with moderation, caution and
self-restraint, but it should exist so that
It can be effectively exercised when the
need arises. I do not believe In the
government undertaking any work whlcu
can with propriety be left in private hands.
But neither do I Dellve In the government
flinching from overseeing any work when
It becomes evident that abusea are sure to
obtain therein unless there Is governmental
It is because, in my Judgment, public
ownership of railroads Is highly undesir
able and would pro! ably In this country
entail far-reaching disaster that I wish to
see such supervision and regulation of them
In the Interest of the public as will make it
evident that there is no need for public
EtTeet of One I -am.
In his message to congress at the begin
ning of the second session of the Fifty
ninth congress, December 1 1906, the presi
Tbe Interstate commerce law has rather
amusingly falalfied tti predictions, both of
those iio ta4rted that It would ruin the
railroads and of tboue who asserted that
It did not go far enough and would ao
compllsh nothing, liur.ng ths last five
months the railroads have shown Increased
earnings and some of them unusual.
We hold that the governmeut snould not
conduct the business of the nation, but
that It should exercise such supervision
as will inture its being conducted In tha
Interest ot the nation. Our aim la. so far!
aa may be, to secure ror all oecent, hard
working men, equality of opportunity and
equality of burden.
The actual working of our laws has
Shown that ths effort to prohibit all com-
! blnatlon, good or bad, Is noxious whers It
! Is not Ineffective. Combination of capital.
lias cotiiiiiua-ion or labor is a neceraary
element of our present industrial system.
Often railroads would I ke to combine for
the purpose of preventing a big shipper
from msinta'nlng Improper ajvantsgi-s at
the expenae of small shippers and of tha
j grnefl public. 8uch a combination. In
- sieau ut feirjg forbidden by Isw, sh uld be
: favored, in uther words. It should be per
' nutted to rallmads to make agiremt-nts
provided thoM agreements were sanctioned
' by lh lnirretata Commerce cnmmlaalon
I snd were published. With Ihm rundl
j tions compiled with It Is Imc ;..b! to s-e
wi-t hk.ru'. suvh a rombluatloa cculd do
1 lu the publiu at Urx.
Mail Orders (
A MANUFACTURER'S WAIST SAMPLE PURCHASE
At a Special msh price we bought a manufacturer's line of Sample Waists, ten dozen In all. and NO TWO
ALIKB. Beautiful mercerized materials, elegant lingeries daintily trimmed, linens, grass cloths, medium
weight fllk madras cloths in fancy weaves at regular price would sell at $1.75 and $2.&o, at our price
Tuesday. $L25 and f)S
15c and 12 He White Goods (or He
White goods of all kinds, plain
India llnon, Irish dimities, strlp-
ed and checked nainsooks and
open laco effects, regular It He
and, 16c values, per yard . . -8
43c White Goods Tuesday 25c
Hundreds of yards of high grade
white goods in organdies, dimi
ties and lawns fancy figures
and dotted Swiss that are worth
45c, Tuesday 25
New 2 6-lnch plaid and checked
Beige Suitings in greys,- browns'
and blues, 25c values Tuesday
for only, yard 10
32-in. new Kimono Challles, 12 c
values on Bale Tuesday. . . .10
New 36-ln. Percales, In white and
- dark colorings, 12 c values for,
1,000 pieces new dress ginghams,
- worth 10c yard. Tuesday. -
Tuesday's Specials in Omaha's Sanitary Gr&ccry
60-lbs. Daylight Peerless Flour
and one can Tetley's Ceylon Tea
tree, for $1.30
We have Tetley's famous teas
demonstrated at present, and a
welcome is extended you to visit
Tea Booth and try a cheering cup.
12 bars of Laundry Soap. . . .25
4 pkgs. Ice Cream Powder
2-lb. can Wedgewood high grade
Coffee, and one cake of Butter
milk Soap free, for 50
PRESIDENT IS FOR BUSSE
Mr. BooEevelt Takes a Hand in the Chicieo
Writes letter approving candidate
Chief Executive Expresses Gratifica
tion at Uosse s Record as' Post-
ster aad Thinks -He
Weald Be Good Mayor. ,
CHICAGO, April 1. The Trioune sayt:
President Koosevelt yesterday broke nla re
serve on the Chicago mayoralty fight and
authorised the Tribune to say to the people
of ' Chicago that he heartily desires Uio
election of Postmaster Busse.
Tbe president's position is clearly and
emphatically set forth In the following dis
patch from the Tribune's Washington cor
respondent: WASHINGTON, March SI. I can wish
Chicago no better fortune than to have
ilr. Uusse as mayor, because he has shown
by what he has uone as pouiinaster that he
would make one of the beat and moat effi
cient executives any city euul- possibly
The Tribune Is authorised to state that
President Roosevelt Included ths above seu
tenoe In a letter he wrote to a friend in
The Tribune ia further authorised to say
that the president baa taken the deepest
Interest In Mr. Busse' candidacy. Ke has
followed the career of the republican can
didate for mayor with closeaattentloU and
was highly gratified at the reocrd he
made as postmaster at Chicago.
Repablleaa Leaders Elated.
The republican leaders In tna municipal
campaign ending today express themselves
aa delighted with the letter printed la the
Tribune of today, la which the statement
la made "by authority" that President
Roosevelt Is in favor of the election ot
Frederick A. Busse, the republican candi
date for mayor. ,
Democratic leaders assert that the tele
gram, emanating as it does from a news
paper which la strongly in favor of Busse,
is discredited In advance, and that even
though it did come from the president
himself it la too late to stop the progress
of the vote, which has set In strongly for
Dunne. Chairman O'Connell, the demo
cratic campaign manager, said today that
the election of Dunne la absolutely cer
tain and nothing can now prevent it.
The campaign today took on a more lively
aspect than ever. Bandwagon wet rail
ing throughout th city advertising politi
cal gathering scheduled for all sections of
A FRIENDLY GROCER
Dropped a Yaluabls' Hint about Coffee.
"For about eight years." writes a alien,
woman, "I suffered from nervousness
part of ths time down In bed with nerv
"Sometimes I would get numb and it
would be almost impossible for roe te speak
for a spell. At others, I would have se
vere b'Hous attacks, and my heart would
flutter painfully wben I would walk fast
"I have taken enough medicine to start
a small drug store, without any benefit.
One evening, our grocer was asking Hue
band how I was and he urged that I quit
coffee s refuse Postum, so he brought
home a pk.fr1 and I made It according to
directions and we were both delighted with
"So we quit coffee altogether and u&ed
only Postum. I began to get better In a
month's time and look like another person,
the color came back to my cheeks. I be
gan to iWp well, my appetite was good
and I commenced to take on fiesb and be
come Interested In everything about tha
"Finally I wss able to do all niy own
work, without th leaat sign of my old
trouble. I am so thankful for the little
book. 'The Road te Wellvllle.' It ha done
me so much good. I baven't taken medi
cine of any kind for six months and djn't
need any. '
"A friend of our wbo did not like Post
um as she made It, liked mine, and when
she learned to boil It long enough, her
wss as good as mine. It's essy If you
follow directions." Name given by Poatum
Company. Buttle Creek. Mich. Read tbe
little book, "The Road to WellslUe,- In
pkgs. "TliKies a reason,"
'J. -,-f ?-n-f -. .: . -fin y mmAwsMtjifyi (jgjyiiwft
Now Spring Merchandise
Make an attractive dlplay here
and our prices are absolutely
BEAI TIFIL SILK VOILES
You should see the exquisite
patterns and qualities we are
exhibiting. Truly one can not
help but buy when you con
sider the excellence of quality
and the exceptionally low
price special for Tuesday we
offer $3.00 and $.25 silk
voiles, In fancy stripes end
check effects in black, grey,
brown, Alice blue, navy white
full 46-in wide, for 81.50
Don't let it pass.
Ladies' Plain Hosiery Black, for,
per pair 7
Children's fine and heavy ribbed
Stockings, worth 10c and 12MiC,
Tuesday Snap in China and House
Furnishings, Silver plated knives
and forks, worth $3.95, set of six
knives and forks, for . . .$2.05
Knives Bread, cake, paring an
assorted lot. worth 25c, each, 5
Corn Relish in oil, bottle.
GINUKH KN'APis Crisp and
fresh, per Ih 5
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables every
SI, EDS SEEDS
We handle, flower and vegetable
Y seeds put up by Stewart, 3 pkgs.
Kentuckey Blue Grass, lawn mix
ture, Beans, Peas, Corn, etc.
tha city and for all hours of the day be
tween noon and midnight. No new epi
thet were applied, for the reason -that the
supply had been about exhausted, but the
old ones were, as usual, hurled back and
forth. Chicago ha never known a political
campaign ia which Invective and vitupera
tion have played such prominent, parts.
Straw Vote Indication.
Campaign managers on both aides con
tinue predicting th election of their mayor
alty candidates by at least 30,000. Straw
voles taken by th newspsper ax favor
able to Buss by a plurality of 0,000 to
76,000. Th paper supporo" Dunne have
taken no straw vol. i -
Mayor Dunn spent th greater part ot
today in an automobile, going to various
meetings. He made many speeches and
was at all places received enthusiastically.
Mr. Busse, who has been confined to hi
apartment during the campaign because of
injuries recently received in an accident
on the Pennsylvania railroad, left his room
today for the first time and received the
prominent men of bis party, in his home.
He and they expressed themselves as cer
tain of success tomorrow.
Republicans Carry Michigan.
DETROIT. April I. The republican state
ticket received a majority of about 75,000
In today's election, according to the return
available at 10:30 o'clock. The successful
candidate on the state ticket are as fol
low: Supreme court Justice, Aaron McElvay
and William L. Carpenter; regents of the
Stat university, Junius E. Beal and Frank
B. Leiand; member of th State Board of
Education, William A. Cotton.
Mayor William Thompson of Kalamasoo,
democrat, was re-elected despite a strong
campaign made against him. In Bay City,
Mayor Gustavua Hlne, democrat, waa re
elected. In Detroit the only officer voted
for were police Justice and school Inspec
tors. The result will not be known until
Chang at Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, April 1. John Weaver
today completed hi four year as mayor
of Philadelphia, a term that was as stormy
e any administration In tbe city's history.
He was succeeded at noon by John B. Rey.
burn, who resigned his seat In congress.
With th expiration of Mayor Wavr's
term the republican 'organisation, which
was in September, successful in municipal
affairs until two year ago, when it was
defeated in a memorable fight on th leas
ing of the gas works, again comes Into full
power. Mayor Reyburn was elected on a
straight party ticket and the members of
his cabinet are strict party men, Buth
branches of th city council reorganised by
electing as their presiding officers and other
employe men who are prominently Identi
fied with the republican organization. ' The
minority represented by the City party, th
reform organization, which fought th reg
ular republicans, la stronger, however, than
It ha been in year, but not enough so to
control or dlrsot legislation.
Former Mayor . Weaver will retlr from
politics and return to th practice ot law.
Chaaaherlala' Couah Remedy a
"We prefer .Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy to any other for our children." say
Mr. L. J. Woodbury of Twining; Mich. "It
ha always done th work for us in hard
colds and croup, and w take pleasure Iq
DIAMONDS Frenser. Uth an. Dodge.
SKILL FRACTXHED IN A FIGHT
Victim Attach Aaather Mat with
Knife aad Get Werst af It.
GLENWOOi), Is-, April ..-Special. )-Jn
an encounter in which a dirk knlf and a
barb wire plyer figured, Jvhn Wrenwlck
waa seriously injured at th0) farm be
longing to th Donnelly brothers last night;
Th Donnelly brother have had their
dwelllnc house undergoing repair, and
Wronwlck waa employed In a general way
as helper. In the abscense of the mother
th Ixm-ther had employed a housekeeper,
and to keep bar company the daughter of
a nelg-hbor spent her time out ot school at
th bouse. Yesterday afternoon th girl
both left and because of this In otn way
Wrenw lk becam angry at James Donnelly
and when his return to th farm from
GLenwood attacked Donnelly with th
knife. Donnelly seised the barb wire ply.
er and (truck Mm several blows upon
th head. Dr. DeWltt aaw Wrenwlck last
nag hi and today assisted by Drs. Haster
and Lym removed th broken piece of
skuiL Judg Day of Oloawood plaaed Dotv-
ac t. te nc
Jt fOt w .
KXTIIA SIZK SILK TKTTICOATS
Very heavy grade taffetas, full
circular flounces, corded, tucked
and hemstitched, extra wide
special Tuesday $8.05
LONG filLK KIMOXOS Navy
. blue, red, light, medium, orien
tal colors In Persian and floral
designs, shirred across shouldert
and back, making them very full
plain silk facings, a $9.90 value
Large Preserve Kettles, 10-in, In
diameter, with cover, blue with
white lining, vlue 75c, . . . 49
Fancy China Choice of any piece
of fancy china on our 25c and
35c tables, for 15
Pictures Your choice of any of
our beautiful pictures, ranging
from 10c to $5.00, at 25 "'
count. Dahlia Bulbs, assorted colors, at.
Three for 2,5 1
Hams, Bacon, Lard, Boiled Hain,
Smoked Tongue, Summer Sau
sage, etc., etc.
We deliver to all parts of the
city and If you cannot come to the
store call Douglas 981. You will
receive prompt and careful atten
tion. nelly under 11,500 bonds awaiting the out
come of Wrenwlck's Injuries. . '
Donnelly Is a' quiet. Inoffensive man,
never kmrwn to have been in trouble of
any kind before. Wrenwlck la not quarrel
some, but rather a steady drinker when be
con procure liquor. Both men were reared
BOYD'S ar.:.. Msr-a.
Friday, Saturday M"? anV Night
Mrs. Warren's Profession
Seats on sale.
Frof ssslonal Mat. Today Tonight
III IITTil OBIT Z.ADT
'Phon Doug. 46i.
Tonight, Matinees Thursday, Saturday
Man. Adeletd Xsrrmanai Xdrtl "aipr"
X,s Harrlsoai Lillian Bhawi Ethel Mo
Doaongh, Allen Shaw; Th X,abakaaa. aad
Prloe 10c, lie, 60c
SI . A... ... .
uuiui s-is auaunae weanesosy
CECIL IPOOKER, la
THE GIRL RAFFLES
Thur The Mummy and th Hum
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 4,
At 8 O'Clcnk Lecture on
By CLARENCE A. BUSKJRK, C. a,
'of St. Louis.
Member of Christian Science Board ot
Lectureship of The First Church of
Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass.
BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE
WEDNESDAY NIGHT. APRIL 8.,
- Ticket fl.(W).
Ladies accompanying gentlemen, free.
Balcony Scats for Spectators 2.'o
KADAU BOBOttm, ACCOMrAJTIfjT.
Tuesday, April S. . Stats oa sal at th
X.TSUO TBZATXB BOX OITICS.
After Partaking cf the Celicious
Cooking furnished by
Tea Will Have That SatisfisJ Fe:!;?j
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