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OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY,
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For weeks we have been
planning with the one object
ever in mind to open a sale of
$25 Suits that will completely
outclass any sale ever held at
this price, and we have accom
plished our aim. Thursday
the sale will open. It will at
tract hundreds of enthusiastic
patrons to this store. Every
suit in this offering is a stun
ning garment. The workman
ship and the trimmings are
perfection itself, and no detail
that could possibly improve
them is lack
ing. They are
NEBRASKA , FROM DAY TO DAY
ttaalnt aad Cnrlona Featares of Life
In a Rapidly Grawlif
Note for Future Reference Snow fell In
Omaha, April 17.
Why Not? Why not drop a red hot love
affair an you would a red hot Iron? White
Cap Correspondence Schuyler Free Lance.
Platte county aaya fruit la not damaged
and Platte may ahow Itself climatically aa
well aa politically peculiar In the state this
Hasting asserts that the women of that
place were more active than the men In
the recent "town cleaning campaign."
Now obaerve the effect on Adam Breede.
Orand Island la moving for a new Toung
Men's Chrlstalan association building. The
association seems to be resolved that Ne
braska builders shalt be kept busy for a
Battle Creek and Tekamah will have no
races thia year, but Nebraska horse raisers
have no complaint as long os present prices
of stock are maintained, aa there la more
money In prices than In prliea.
, Hooker county ranchmen expect td make
fcnoney this year, since a prairie' 'fire net
by an engine destroyed the range-and the
railroad company will be asked to foot the
bill' for the hay that Is not. made.
The Calf's Namesake. Some of .the girls
In ' the neighborhood have named a calf
after a certain young man in this vicinity.
They claim aa their reason for doing so
that It la a standoff between the two as to
Which does the most bawling. Curlew Cor
respondence Mullen Tribune.
Fate at Norfolk. There Is no use denying
It, for It always works out: Whenever
thefe la one fire In Norfolk there are three
In a bunch. It has been so clearly demon
strated by a long aeries of years that Nor
folk, after one lire alarm breaks forth upon
A silent air, refuses to be surprtoed at the
next two. Norfolk New.
Borne time ago two lumber yards burned
at Auburn. Ist week the proprietor of
one was' arrested on charge of arson and
his trial la pending. This week he Inserts
the following notice In the Auburn Gran
ger: The police force and night watch are
requested net to waken me again In case
of fire, as I have had trouble enough. I do
not want to burn up, but If I have to hang
then I may as well burn up and be done
with It. Let me sleep, I am In no combina
tion. Respectfully, H. Morgenetern.
Satisfy Curiosity Since Roy fpton pur
chased the nice residence property and be-
. All of this can be avoided,
however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this
gTeat liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and
preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all the
danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through
this critical period without pain. . It is woman's greatest blessing.
Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from ths
use of this wonderful
book, telling all about
this liniment, will be sent free. 7s""1 , rv 0&fl
Money from The Conservative Savings
4l Loan Association.
I Interest rates low.
I Promptness In closing loana.
One or two da) s only are required.
3 You can repay the mortgage at
4 You can keep the loan ono da
or tea years, as you desire.
B You can par $100.00 at any
time and stop Interest.
I Each llOft.OO accumulated oa
your stock can be applied upon prin
cipal, provided all taxes are paid.
Call for our circular, fully explain
ing our plan. -
Office, 1614 Ha racy Street,
iO DOUGIAS ST.
Kun fitting It up there have been many
kinds of rumors as to his Intentions In the
matrimonial line, and to set the matter
straight we obtained his permission to give
the public the following statement to handle
until further notice: He was married in
Honolulu on February 30 to a native widow
with fourteen children and a yellow dog:
she smokes cigarettes and Is cross-eyed
and speaks nine languages all nt the same
time. Mr. Upton will cheerfully furnish
any further Information deilred Union
The "Wild" Eaet A Pittsburg man who
haa spent several years In the "wild wect"
recently visited the haunts of his child
hood In . the east. He haa come back to
Nebraska to look for a. quiet spot whore
life may be enjoyed without fear of death.
Upon arriving In Washington he called at
the Raleigh hotel to see a friend. While
presenting his card he was sturtled by the
pistol shots which killed ex-Senator Brown
of Utah. The Nebraska man caught a train
and made for Connecticut, stopping at
Greenwich. As he entered the hotel where
he expected to stay a bride of two days
killed her husband by jamming a nail file
Into his eye. Again the westerner fled.
Arriving in New York, hewas attracted
by a man running madly down the street
with a pistol In his hand. On reaching the
elevated road the man raised the piatol to
his head and ended his life. The traveler
hastily returned to Washington and there
accepted an Invitation to spend a few days
!n the country.- He reached the " town, of
Culpepper Just In time to behold i two
brothers surrendering themselves to the
law after firing thirty-two shots Into a
brother-in-law who had married their sis
ter aa hour before.' That settled It. The
westerner has returned to his wild and
woqliy home to flUm' his nerves and -get
some sleep. -Curtis Enterprise,
JAP ROSE bath soap lathon freely in all
kinds of water. Kor uae in HARD WATER
its strongest point. KIRK'S druggists,
DIAMONDS Fremer. 15th sad Dodge.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Snow la Ncbraaka Tharaday, Colder
la Sonthweat I'ortloa Bala or
Baow la Iowa.
WA8HINOTON. April 17.-Forecaat of the
weather for Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska -Enow Thursday and colder
In southwest portion; Friday, unsettled
For Iowa-Snow or rain Thursday and '
possibly In oast portion Friday,
For South Dakota Cloudy and unsettled
Thursday; probably fair Friday.
For Kansas Rain Thursday, turning to
snow and colder Thursday; Friday, partly
For Wyoming Snow Thursday; Friday,
fair and warmer.
Every womsn covets 1
shapely, pretty fi jure, nd
many of therti deplore the
loss of their pirlish forms
after nrarriage. The bearing
of children it often destructive
to the mother's shapeliness.
All Suits in this grand collec
tion are this season's accepted
models, one of which is accur
ately portrayed today. In
cluded are the popular new
etons, natty pony or ponyette
Suits, the tailored tight-fitting
short coat and cutaway styles.
All have the new plaited skirts
which hang so beautifully and
give such stylish air to the
wearer. They come in all
styles or fancy materials and
colors. "We feel assured that
will not h e
such a low price. . 1
DLNNISON CLOSES HIS CASE
i in if ha j Evidence in Libel Suit After lw
Days cn Hand.
WHOLESALE CHAP 6 3 BV C0WXT MORRIS
News' Attorneys Present Deposition
Accusing? Plaintiff of Planning
a tuber of Hold Rob
berles. After he had spent the greater part of
two days" on the witness stand the exami
nation of Tom Dennison in his libel suit
a gal net the Daily News closed at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. A few minutes later
the plaintiff closed his case and the de
fense led off with a deposition from Sher
man W. Morris of Lies Molnts, an ex-con-vlct,
fn which Morris charged IX-nnlson
with planning a number of robberies for
him (Morris) to commit for a division of
the proceed. A part of these, according
to the deposition were successful. and some
The reading of the deposition by Attorney
W. R. Patrick for the defense was the only
Incident of b pedal Interest to break the '
monotony o the day's proceedings. While
the testimony was being read Dennison sat
with his attorneys and laughed heartily at I or not articles appearing In other pa
aome of the passages as they were read, i Pera tylan the - News contributed to his
The reading of the deposition was n4 com- j mental wonx complained' ' of in the
pleted when court adjourned. , . .(petition. ', yhe witnt)j said he did not read
The first half hour of the afternoon aes- I the articles In the other papers.. until 'after
sion was taken up with the re-direct exam- he had read it in the News. . :, He said
(nation of Dem.lHon. Attorney Connell read ! the principal cause of the mental worry
from the affidavit u,sed by Attorney Van'Vh" underwent was due" td 'bis' feaf of' the
Dusen for the News Tuesday a. portion of j affect the article would have on the
It which declared J. H. McDonald had come criminal cases against him In Iowa, He
to Dennison, the affiant, and had told him ' had previously tostlfled his sleeping and
unless Dennison let him (McDonald) In on I appetite were affected.
his policy game he would employ I. J. Dunn I
and close the place up.
"Whit became of this affidavit?" asked
"I gave It to Mel Vhl. manager of the
Bomb Story Worst of All.
Hhi attorney went Into detail aa to the '
effect the various charges made In the ob
jectionable article had on him.
"Which of these charges affected you the
"The charge of putting that bomb on that
man's porch and trying to murder women
j Mel Uhl, former mannger of the Daily
WM tn In" witness for the plain-
mi. e was nut on the stand hv Mr. rvin- I
nell to testify as to the circulation of the.
News at the time the article was published.
Attorney Patrlek then took the stand and !
read from the deposition of Sherman W.
Morris of Dea Moines. The reading was
done without objections from Dennfkcm's
Morrts paid he met Dennison In his gnm
bllng house In Salt Ijike City through the
medium of a letter of Introduction from
Clierley Prince, a safe-blower In the Utah
penltent'ary, whom Dennhon frequently v s-
ited. He said Bhortlyafterward he had a
conversation with Dennlsrm with reference
to holding un another gambler.
"This -giambler," he said, "had no safe
and he used to brlnt bis money down to
the hfuee DennHon was Interested In' and
deposit It In the safe. Dennison suggested
that I take his bank roll away from him.
It amounted to about Sfirt)."
He said the robbery was never com
mitted as the man began to deposit his
money n a bank shortly afterward. He
had forgotten the name" of the man', but
he said his place was called "The Sheep
Says II Rohhrit Woman.
He eald he sfterward with some other
mm. i me suggestion or uennison, robhed
a wi man of C.C00 worth of diamonds and
got 15.00 for the Jab from Dennison. The j
diamonds he said were given to a .man
nAmed Fran Prevost.
He recounted another story of an alleged I
a tempt at robbery which he said Dennison
Planned at Ogden. A man and hi. wife
were supposed to keep .11 their money In
the room In the back part of their store, ,
l!!Tt?Z "T w ?Jd h 10 i muel Oonwers. president of the Amerl
pu.h the door in. but the man mad. so deration of Labor, and President
much noise he ran away. xxr r. n fu. u.
Later he said he came to Omaha and had
a conversation with Dennison In the I'nlon '
hotel regarding the robbing of Sol Hopper,
c.,.u - . u 1 1 , .
a South Omaha commlH.Mnn merchant. H ,
said Dennison told him Hopper had a dla-
.ki a ., 1
n.... . b.u n',,,, SIV,,,, ,,v-ns I fJ,UW
and tl.UO In stake money represent In r
election bets. He said Dennison pointed
Hopper out to him In the Foley gambling
r-ni'se. Morris said he followed Hopper
I nrre that night.
1 told him to throw up his bands and
he asked me what I wanted. I told him I
was gulag to take his money away from
him. He took tii out of his pocket and
gave It to me. I said. I am going to search
you If I have to kill you.' He said, 'If you
. ,,, . ' ., ,
search me you will have to kill me. Then
I aaid, "Go to . you and turned
around and came back to town."
The last part of the statement caused
a tipple of laughter to pass over the court
mom in which Denuison a4 his lawyers
Morris also salV Dennison had asked htm
o do the Pollock -dtumond robbery and had
wn him deiailed pluns.
"i went and H a canvas sack sod flllej
ova coet SErisTmrr
on tii sxcobtd rtoo '
IS TIB MOST OOWPLXTI AMD
BUT IHTtO in OMIIi.
The Daylight Store Demonstrators
Are very competent and courteous. Visit the Grocery department, where we axe serving Tetley's India and Ceylon Teas,
Wedgewood Coffee and Fremont, 0., Grape Juice, at all hours, no charge. Cut out these bargain offers we are making
for Thursday and bring the list with you.
Millinery of Beauty
Women' Trimmed Hats, $1.01,
A perfect realm of beauty. The
display of hats we offer Thursday
(225 in the lot), some with hand
some feathers, others with beauti
ful flower!, and at these pricts,
are almost given away.
Sale Thursday at $1.95, $2.95
and $3.95. .
Hats Trimmed Free..-
The styles In Ladies' Suits have
changed so in the last month that
It seems like the beginning of
another season. The tight fitted
cutaways, in beautiful new
striped and checked fancies, and
plain blacks and greys, are here
in abundance. Extremely stylish
and cool for summer wear.
Prices from $20 to $35
Long Silk Coats
60-lnch, double box pleated backs,
pretty silk embroidered defign
front and back, fine quality taf
feta, extra full backs, regular
$15 value, Thursday. . .$11.50
Pretty Cotton Suitings Worth lOo
Yard at 3Jc.
A big table full of pretty cotton
Dre3s Suitings, 28 inches wide,
worth 10c yard, while they last,
in our basement, yard. . . .3 J
Fancy Cretonnes and Penlms.
,.A large assortment of pretty Cre
tonnes and Art Denim for cur
tains and shirt waist boxes, spe
cial for Thursday, yard. . . . 15
It with bird shot." he said, "to make a
sand bag. I showed It to Dcnnlson and he
said. 'You want to get a coupling pin or
a lead pipe so when you hit him he will
This also apparently amused the plaintiff
and the audience. The reading of the
deposition had not been finished when court
Tho .cross-examination of Tom Pennlaon
continued through the morning session
Wednesday, Attorney Van Duaen for
j the News seeking "to bring out from
Uha witness .statements, as to whether
"Did the tllirvy of these charges against
you affect your sleeping any?" he was
"Not one bit." '
"Did you not care what the people
J thought about that case?"
"Not a bit, because I knew
I was in-
How much did you weigh in November,
"Between 19S and 200 pounds,"
Increases la Weight.
"Were you Increasing or decreasing In
weight after the publication of these
"Decreasing. I knew the trouble I was
having was working on my mind.
the lightest weight you
"About 167 pounds, ths first of the year,
19"6." V '
"After that did you begin to pick up?"
"After I got the change of venue I begun
to pick up?"
"And after tha,t your appetite was good?"
Attorney Van Duaen sought to draw
from the witness that the editor of the
News had refused to puhllsh hl statement
because It reflected on Elmer Thomas, but
the witness refused to admit It. Articles In
the other papers purporting to be Interviews
with Dennison were then Introduced In
evidence and read.
REPLY TO ROOSEVELT
(Continued from First Page.)
Carnegie expressed bis unbounded appre
ciation of the honor.
"That this honor comes from France."
be said,' "Siakes it doubly welcome. I re
member what France did for this country
In Its days of need. I know what France
has done In the world of art. I know what
tho ton of Honor means."
Dr. Edward Everett Hale was Introduced
by Mr Carnegie as the "grand old man of
..Th. a oM jyr. ,,
v.H i ., to know how to
hol tongu on occ,on. , am ,
, , k a word of pw, ara
, to k of Ju,tlce. Glve u. Juitlce
" . ,, ..
. ' .,,, . i..,.,
mere were i cu m uuiitun ui lurasatra ui
",m s'-''''"-- "
from Orover Cleveland and Vice President
Mr. Bryaa'a Seeaad Speech.
The last speaker was William J. Bryan,
who had already apuken at length at l be
Waldorf-Astoria dinner. Mr. Bryan said
I want to leave with you a thought In
closlPK this con.rcsa. On a hearthstone
In KiiKland the word "others" Is inecrltud
, 1 hv thaunht much of that word lately
I and It grows and grows upon me. It ia
not .,a ,ue 'K rV," r
1 are others that he has been lifted out of
1 him...f and brought Into contact with so-
ciety. We may measure a mans advance
ment by hia conception of the meaning ot
the wurd others. To me. my friends, one
of the notlcbl principles of humanity I
found In the undying commandment, "Thou
halt love thy neighbor as thyself."
If we as a nation should spend each year
10 per cot of what Is annually appro
priated for our army and our navy in
establishing here several great universities
to which the youth of all the nations
mlcht be Invite! and l-du.'.ited e.t our r
kfUKs: 11 nit:r s trrin vl itars vouM
V lOth ,V AND I HOWARD
Phon Douglas 981
at a Dig Discount
Our immense stock of fine em
broidery allovers, deep f Ion nc
lngs, wide and narrow edges,
bands, headings, appliques, fes
toons, galouns and medallions, all
to match. Complete your dress
right here prices range from
$5 the jard, down to 15
All at 20 off marked prices.
One immense lot of allovers, deep
flouncins, medium width edges,
and bands that sell at $1.00 the
yard, for this great sale, per
White Goods Specials for
A large assortment of white goods.
All late novelties in mercerized
madras and sheer dotted Swisses,
good vrlue at 35c yard, Thurs
day, yard li)
60 pieces fine sheer Nainsook, full
3C Inches wide, soft chamois fin
ish, made of best Sea Island cot
ton yarn, worth today 40c yard,
Thursday, yard 25 $
100 Bed Spreads, full size, fringed,
heavy pronounced Marseilles pat
terns, well worth $1.75, Thurs
day, each S1.25
Tnrnovcr Collars, Be, 10c, 12c
Choice of over 3,000 new Turn
over Collars, numberless pat
terns to select from, hemstitched
and fancy, worth 35c. To go at.
each, 115c, 12V4c. 10c and..5
send these young people back to their
homes. impresHed by American ideals ana
Imbued with a love for our country, we
would do more to protect the United btates
from attack than by all the Dreadnoughts
we could put upon the water. America is
more altruiHtlc and is doing more for man
kind than any other nation on the globe,
l'lutforin of Principles.
The congress at its session this morning
adopted Us platform or rew.uiion. recom
mending among other things that The Hague
conference hereafter be a parmanent institu
tion, that The Hague court shall be open to
' all the nations of the world; that ft general
treaty of arbitration for ratification oy an
the nations shall be drafted by vhe con
ference, providing for the reference to The
Hague cuurt of . International disputes,
which cannot be adjusted by diplomacy;
that tho United States government urge
action toward limitation of armament;
that the conference extend to private prop
erty at sea. Immunity from capture In war.
The resolutions speak In high praise of
President Roosevelt, Secretary Root and
the prime minister of Great Britain -for the
stand they have taken In favor of a settled
policy of peace among the nations.
Tiidee Chamberlain of Boston presented a
judge namDermm u ' . ,
solution suggesting neutralization or.
ocean steamship lines
This was enauiseu
Finally Dr. Ernst Richard was allowed
to say a few words and he devoted his time
to a defense of "the militarism of Ger
many." Teat of the Resolutions.
The resolutions adopted by the congress
Whereas. The nations, through the appli
cation of scientilic invention and discovery
to intercommunication and travel, have be
come members of one body, closely unlled
and Interdependent with common commer
cial. Industrial. Intellectual and moral ln
teresta, and war In any part of the worm
Immediately affects, both materially and
ofi mhsr nam and unulaturoea
peace has become the necessary condlt.on
01 tne proposea wen m"ns .
progress of human society; and
Whereas, The Hague conference of 1899
made a great and unexpected advance
toward the establishment of peace by the
creation of a permanent court of arbitra
tion for the Judicial settlement of Interna
tional disputes; and '
V hereaa. Tne said court of arbitration
hav'ng adjusted four controversies, tn which
nearly all the powers were participants,
has become a fixed and well recognised
means of settling International disputes,
though its operation is only voluntary; and
Whereas, The principle of International
commissions of inquiry provided for In
The Hague convention has proved Itself
one of great practlcul efficiency, as Illus
trated in the Anglo-Russian North sea
Whereas. More than forty treaties of
obligatory arbitration between nations,
two and two. have been concluded, stipu
lating references to The Hague court for
rtve years of all disputes of a Judicial or
der and thoie arising ln the Interpretation
of treaties, and
Whereas. Public iplnlon In favor of the
pacific settlement of controversy has- made
extraordinary advance since the lit at
Hague conference, and as recently declared
by the British prime minister it has at
tained a practical potency and a moral
Superiority undreamt nf in 18iH.
Whereas, The states of the western hemis
phere, through the action of the third pan
American congress and the reorganisation
of the International Hure.nl of American
Republics liuve reached what Is virtually
a n.-rmnnent tin'on deMlned henceforth to
wield a mighty Influence ln behalf of ii raa.
Nti pe;u-t and,
Whereas, The first Hague conference.
thoUKh It failed to solve the question of
reduction of armaments, fur which It was
primarily called, unanimously recommend
ed t the powers the serious study of tho
problem with the view of relieving the
pecple of the vast burdens Imposed upon
them by rivalry of armaments.
Permaaeat Court treed.
Resolved, By the National Arbitration
and Peace .congress, composed of deli g;ites
rrom tlilrty-elx states, that the government
of the t'nlted States be requested through
Its representatives to the second Hague
conference to urge upon that body the
formation of a mure permanent and more j
comprehensive International union for the
purpose of injuring the efficient co-operation
of the nations In the development and '
application of !nt rnatlonal lnw and the;
maintenance of the. peace of the world. 1
Resolved, That to tills end it Is the
Hhhtiuih; s 14 tin
tnu mm, a c.
Thursday Itargaln In the New
Tetley's Ceylon and India Teas,
lb., from 55
Fragrnnt Teas, other varieties, lb.,
from .? 10
And 1 bar Sandal wood soap free.
100 lbs. Oyster shells for...G5
100 lbs. Puriua Chick feed 5.50
Spratt's Dog Biscuit 3 pounds,
20c Mixed Nuts, for, lb 10f
3 lbs. 40c Mocha snd Java Cof
fee for . . ,S1
2-lb. enn Wedgewood Coffee JOf
Bulk Coffee, lb., up from. . .5
Grape Juice, pure and ttnfer
mented, in bottles, 10c, 15c, 25c
Three Great Hosiery
Just received a new lot of Ladles'
Black Hose, In fancy allover lace,
lac boot, plain gauze lisle and
mercerized lisle, all -sizes, 75c,
50c and 35c values, Thursday at,
the rair, 50c. 35c and. . . . .3
Big lot of ladles' best 25c cotton
maco- hose, fast blank, double
spliced feet, on sale Thursday,
per pair 19
Special lot of Ladles' Fast Blak
Hose, with double spliced feet,
elastic top, cannot be duplicated
at 15c per pair, sale price. .
A Wonderful Huh of Lace Curtains
200 pairs of fine Nottlngam Cable
Net and flue ruffled Swiss cur
tains, 3 and 3 Vi yards long.
Every pair worth $1.50, many
worth $3.00 a pair. On epei l
tables for Thursday In our base
ment salesroom at, paIr.-.98
Judgment of this congress that the govern-'
mi-ms miuuiii provioe mat tno Hngue con
ference shall hereafter be 11 permanent
Institution, with representative nations
meeting periodically for the regular and
systematic consideration of the Interna
tional problems conatunllv arising In the
Intercourse of the nations and that we
Invite our government to Ins-ruct lta dele
gates to the coming conference to secure
ir pnssinie action in tills direction.
Resolved, That as a logical sequence
tho first Hague conference The Hague
court snotiici ue open to all the nations ol
Resolved, That a general treaty of arbi
tration. for ratification- by all the nations
should be drafted by the coming confer
ence providing- for the ref-rence to The
Hague court' of Intcrnatlnrnl disputes'
which may .hereafter arise, which cannot
be adltwted by diplomacy.
Resolved, That the congress records Its'
endorsement nf the resolution adopted by
the Interparliamentary union at Its con
ference In Jxmiion last July,, that in. rese
of dispute arising between nations which
It may not be piXitWe to embrace within
the terms of an arbitration convention, the
disputing parties before resorting to. force
shall always Invoke1 the services of an In
ternational commission of Inquiry," or the
mediation of one or more friendly powers.
Resolved, That our government bo re
quested to urge upon the comlne- Ilnni
1 conference, the adoption of the proposition
'"ng advocated by our country to ext
to private property at sea the .same
munty fr0 capture ln wn ,
nng anvocatea Dy otir country to extend
icrs private property on land.
Resolved, That a oopymf these resolu
tions he sent by a committee of this con
gress, to be chosen by the president of the
congress, to President Roosevelt, to Secre
tary Root and' eact of the United States
delegates to the forthcoming Hague con
ference. Have you got
Don't wait until the
season is half over.
Now i$ the time to get
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Fingers roughened by nesdloworlc
catch every stain snd look hopelessly
dirty. Hand Sspollo removes not only
the dirt, but slso the loosened, injured
cuticle, snd restore th tin gen to
their DMtural beauty.
GROCKrVS AND DRUOOISTS
Increase Yourlce Cream Sales
By supplying your customers with
Balduff's Pure lea Cream
They will appreciate a superior ice
cream. Write me fur contract price.
w. b. naiuurr, io:o r arnam Bt., Oman
Is the kind you get' If you bare your
teeth, tued at Taft s.
We Ube only the best materials, and
every dtotUt Is a Kraduate and ex
perienced In all kinds of work.
Fillings 7c up.
Crowns ... IS. 00
TAFTS DENTAL ROOMS
till twuias birtti.
iii m . 11 1 li'iiii mam imfi mi i
Otri VlfDrKOABMXWT DtrilT.
If E ITT OBT til BECOBTD FLOOI
OOHT1III A til. THB LATEST
x.nracmis, as will as stapls
Two Great Sales
Fine hand embroidered Irish
Linen Initial Handkerchiefs, and
our great Black Dress Goods sale.
See Thursday night's papers. .
Muslin I'nderwcar Sprclal.
Ladles' Drawers and Corset Cov
ers, laoe and embroidery trim
mings, children's drawers and
. skirts, fine quality materials and
neatly tailored. Special Thurs
Money Saving Items In Houscfur
4-tle Parlor Broom, regular "30c
value, each 100
Bath Room and Kitchen Mirrors
at 15c and 100
Mop Sticks, 15c value, at, each 00
Toilet Paper, 2,000 sheets in a
roll, worth 12 c, at, per roll 00
Nlckle plated Alarm Clocks, at,-.
Special Sale of Dinner Ware.
Fine Austrian China Dinner Sets,
100 piece sets, marked down-
from $17.60 to $12.50
08c China Sale 08c
. of fancy chit
at, each . .
aJTCXOB TVBCn OOatPAWT,
so, north nth iv, Oavaka.
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R t rt v n . . a ' '
Jr-BIDA. WIGHT 0r,T ,
The Lion and the House
. j , -CAST 'iNCLUDK .. ..IV
: Arthur Byron- and
Gertrude Coghlan 7
Prices 25c to 11.60. Beats on sale. -
THIS AFTERNOON TONIGHT
Was In Flower
Next week:, RICHARD CARVEL.
MONDAY Ladies of the' Maccabees'
Grand Opera s Auditorium I
By the Entire Company from ths
BtSTBOPOUTAJr OFEIA BOVBS,
Vndr direction of
KB. HXIirXICB OOBBXSS
Monday Afternoon, . Uirupri IMn
vprll 22. liumper- nALftOCL AHU
ihnck Fairy GRETEL .
CAST: Mmes. Mattfeld, Alten, Vail.
Jacoby. Weed, Moran and M. Oorlts.
i onuuctor, Herts,
Z&X- PAGLI ACCI
CAST: Mile. Farrar, MM. Bars.
Seoul, Reias and Blmard. Conductor,
Monday Evening, April Rf1l!rtJP
U, Puoclnl's Opera taOUntMC
CAST: Mmes. Claparelll. Alton, MM.
Caruso, Blracclari, Journet, Hlmard,
Dufrlche, Ramondl, Dragonl and Na
varlnl. Conductor, Vlgna.
ZAT8 JTOVT oar IUI.
Prices. It to U. Doses, 120, $30 and M0.
Weber Piano Used. Librettos t 0
TONIGHT 1:18 '
PRICES-lUc, 26o. 60c .
9 If RUG THEATER
TOWIQHT 8 :1S
The Comedy-Drama buocess
A POOR RELATION
Bun.-pnE or TiaoxiriA.
One week eommeaelng Manday Mstlaee,
The Woman Wonderful"
Matinees Son- Tnes., Thar and Hat.
Prices Matinee 25c. Night lie and lta.
10 A. hi.
sale at bos olllce.
variety of fancy
cups and saucers. I
steins and all kinds I
a, value to $1.95, J
THE PAXTOtl CAFE il
The most spacious and elaborate Ja
the city. Is now serving suitable dishes
for lilSISESis MEN'S LITXCH.
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