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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: "WEDNESDAY, AVKIL 24.
NEBRASKA CROP CONDITIONS
Telephone Douglas 618 Pouches all departments.
JUST ONE-HALF PRICE .
Beautiful $2.00 46-inch All-Silk Voile, $1.00 per Yard. -
It cannot be Bold regularly for less than $2.00 a yard. We closwl out the entire surplus stock of one
of New York's largest Importers of fine dress fabrics. Silk Voiles reach the highest note of Parisian ele
gance this season. For calling, afternoon and evening gowns It Is a lovely, clinging fabric, soft and sheer.
The new shades of gray, tans and new brown are simply beautiful, also the nary, Alice blue, old rose and
mode are greatly admired. Come Wednesday. You will not be disappointed. Main Floor.
Oar Corset De
fiMie, wnt com
eorsetlere la at
tendance Don't overlook onr
ment, second floor,
and Its splendid
Lait Wi Fe'cw tie Niraal in Both Tt m
pvatnrs ind i rfcimtatisa.
RAINFALL LESS THAN HALF THE NORMAL
Temperatnre Fifteen Degrees Below
the Sormal with Minimum Six
teen Dearrees Ilelew the
AlMli 1 B-fSTn
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
Is the most e-atlBfactory. as well ts the most economical store, a store where jou have every reason to
be gratified witn me K'cl nouns mm are uumiuea wnen Dinning a purrnase nere.
Basement Bargain Square Wednesday
10.000 yard Shirting and Dres3 Madras, all
choice) new styles. In remnants, all lengths and
colorings. 32 Inches wide, ng ilar 18c, 20c and
2Dc quallMeu, on sale Wednesday, at per
Special Sale of French Iland Embroid
ered Waist Patterns
Wednesday, the final clearance, not a great
quantity, about 13 In all, beautiful hand em
broidered Waist Patterns, regular price $8.50,
Wednesday, each 82.89
Visit Our Beautiful Cloak Department
And ree the lovely Rendy-to-Wear Suits. Coats. Waists and Skirts. Every garment new and made for well
dressed women. Our one price and cash system enable us to sell better garments for less money than
any other store In Omaha. '
Salts at J23.00. Waists at $1.00 to $25.00.
Coats at $5.50 to $15.00. . Second Floor.
Sea ICth St. Window Display of coming great fale of Colored Dress Goods Remnants.
Howard Cor. Sixteenth Street.
should be awarded to those who endeavor
Improperly to Influence the ccurse of Jus
"You would, bf course, be entirely within
your rights .ir you announced that you
thought Messrs. Moyer and Hnywood were
dejtraM citizens.' though In such a case
I should" take frank Issue with you and
say that Wholly without regard to whether
or not they are guilty of the crime for
which they are now being tried, they repre
sent as thoroughly an undesirable' a type
of cltisenahlp sa can be found in this
country, a type which In the letter to
which you so unreasonably take excep
tions I showed not to be confined to any
one clans, but to exist among some repre
sentatives of great capitalists as well as
amofiff some representatives of wags
Both Types Condemned.
"In that letter I condemned both types.
Certain representatives of the great cap
italists. In turn, condemned me for In
'rludln Mr. Harrlmsn in my condemna
tion of Meosrs. Moyer nnd Haywood. Or- J
tain of. the representatives of labor tn their .
- . . ,
turn conaemnea me oecause i inciuum
Messrs. Moyer and Haywood as unde
Isireble citizens together with Mr. Harri
man. ,1 am as profoundly Indifferent to
the condemnation in on? casa ,as In the
; other. I challenge as a right ths support
of all good Americans, whether wage earn
ers or capitalists, whatever their occupa
. tlon or creed, or In whatever portion of
- ths country they live, when I condemn
r both types of bad cltlxenshlp which I have
held up to reprobation. It seems to me a
mark of utter Insincerity to fail thus to
. condemn both and to apologise for either
robs ths man thus to apologise of the right
'' to ' condemn any wrong-doing In any man,
rk'h or poor. In public or private life.
'You say you ask for a 'square deal"
rOS) VMS IONS INO THIN, TNI
SMOST SNO STOUT. SMALLCST
(tails essrscT uses-
WHITS 0 fSMOV FABRICS.
See TMS eiMCTT tMIHT AN ,
ro VMS hVITT lAeBh. .
CLUCTT. PCABODV , CO.,
lbs dearly 10,000 Depositors
; Has Nearly 51,100,000 on Deposit
Us conveniences will alao interest you and
are cordially solicited to use its facilities
Oldest, Largest, Strongest Savings
Bank in Hebraska
O. E. Corner IGth and Douglas ' Streets
405 S. Fifteenth Street
Greatest bargains ever offered in rare Oriental
Rugs of all sizes; $35,000.00 worth to select from at
about 75 cents on the dollar, all this week.
Special Sale at Infant's Wear Dept.
A special sale that should Interest every
Infant's long slips, made of very fine quality
nainsook, trimmed with lace or embroidery
regular prices $2 and $2.;0. on Eale Wednes
day, at. each 91.00 and 81.50
Center Bargain Table,
Special selling of women's fine seamless hose,
extra spliced heel and toe, at, per
pair -.. 12
for Messrs. Moyer and Haywood. So do I.
When I say a square deal. I mean a square
Aral to every one. It Is equally a violation
(of the policy of the square deal for one
capitalist to protest against the denuncia
tion of another capitalist who Is guilty
of wrong-doing ss for a labor leader to
protest against the denunciation of a la
borer who has bevn guilty of wrong-doing.
I stand for equal justice to both and so
far as In my power lies I shall uphold
Justice, whether the man accused of guilt
has behind him the wealthiest corporations,
the greatest aggregation of riches in the
cojntry, or whether he has behind him
the most Influential labor organisation in
the country. Very truly yours.
"TH EODORE ROOSEVELT.
"Mr. ' Honore Jaxon, Chairman, G67 West
Lake Street. Chicago, 111."
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
ShoTvera and folder In SrliS Tu
rin y, rartly Clondy Tomorrow
Pair tn Iovra Today.
WASHINGTON. April 23. Forecast of
the weather for Wednesday and Thurs
day: For Nebraska Showers j snd colder
Wednesday; Thursday partly cloudy.
For Iowa and Missouri Fair Wednesdiy;
Thursday partly cloudy; pesslbly rain.
. For Kansas Fair Wednesday; Thursday
showers snd colder.
For South Dakrta Bain and colder
Wednesday; Thursday fair.
OFFICES OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA. April 13.-Ofllelul record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years. Mu7. 19- llsM.
Maximum temperature 69 &)
Minimum temperature W 4
Mean temperature M 5 K M
1 reclnltatlon 00 T T 20
'n . ,.-,., - , nronlnltntfnn 1 P n rl 11 THS !
, tr: r.r7 ..K.-w,,.h Mh t
ironi .no iii'iiiiiti v v.,i.i j ... . .. -,
and comporison with the last two years:
Normat teniperaturo M
Kxc'ss for the day 1
Toial excess since March 1. 1W7 101
Normal precipiuu'.on 12 Inch
Deficiency for the day 12 Inch
Total rainfall since March 7 1.4 Inches
Deficiency since Marcn 1. 1M.. 1. SI Inches
Deficiency for cor. priwi, 1!6 35 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period. 1905 6fi inch
Reports from Stations nt 7 I, to.
Station and State
TomD. Max. Raln-
7 p. nu Temp. fall.
Bismarck, cloudy 41 4
Cheyenne, cloudy M &i
Chicago, clear 60 M
Davenport, clear K tW
Ienver, part cloudy 64 70
Havre, snowing 31 32
Helena, snowing Si 44
Huron, cloudy M 00
Kansas City, clear S 74
North Platte, cloudy 4 70
Omaha, cloudy 66 6)
Rapid City, cloudy 4)1 M
St. Louis, clear 66 CS
bu I'aul. clear fio hi
Fait I -axe City, clear 62 63
Valentine, cloudy 60 64
Wllllston. cloudy .... 3K 44
"T" Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
BANK PRESIDENT ARRESTED
Eetd of De'nrct Concern at Scotland, 6. D,,
p srfh'Tjded in Ch ojea
CHARGE IS M SAF PLICATION OF FUNDS
Money is Supposed to Have Been Lost
la Speculation Seventy Per Cent
of Paper Held br Dank
CHICAGO. April Si. Charles C. Kins,
pics. dent of the First National bank of
Scotland, 6. D., was arrested here today
by Deputy United Slates Marshals Griffith
The arrest was made on. Information re
ceived by the office of the United States
district attorney in tills city from Wliliam
U. roiter, the district attorney at Sioux
Falls, S. D. The charges against King are
misapplication of the funds cf tho bank
In the sum of $-2,177, and of Issuing to him
self nine certlllcates of deposit of -$5,000
each and then converting them to his own
The deputy maxhals searched the city fcr
two days, and flnallyr located King In a ho
tel within a half square of their own office.
He expressed much astonishment at his
arrest and raid that it was due to the spite
work of his enemies. He expressed willing
ness to return to South Dakota without ex
tradition proceedings and denied vigorously
that he had ccfnmltted any Illegal acts
while In charge of the bank.
Money Lost In Speculation.
SCOTLAND, 8. D., April 23.-The affairs
of the failed First National bank of Scot-
the president of which. C. C. King,
arrested in Chicago today, are In an
exceedingly bad condition. Of the 10i),C00
of paper held by the bank only about 130,
00o Is good. The stockholders In the insti
tution have been assesaed ltiO per cent, but
this will only net abcut lC,0tk
King lost most of tho funds In specula
tion. He was considered a p'.unger. He
has lived la Scotland for about twelve years
and has been In the banking business
nearly all this time. In 19T3 he reorganized
the Bank of Scotland and It was renamed
the First National bank of Scotland, with
C. C. King as president; O. 8. Barker, vice
president; J. P. Keener, cashier. Its cap
ital was 33,000. The same officers had con-
ducted its affairs until It failed, February 2.
At the time of the failure the bank had
about (105,000 deposits.
FEDEHATIOS OF lit SI MOSS CLID9
oath Dakota Men rinm to Boom the
RAPID CITY. 8. D.. April S3.-(Special.)
A call has been Issued to the commercial
clubs of South Dakota by G-anvlllo Jonea,
secretary cf the business Men's club of
Rapid City, Inviting them to send repre
sentatives to a meeting at Rapid City at a
future date. The purpose of this nieetlne
is to perfect a federation of all the busi
ness men's clubs and commercial organisa
tions In the state. It Is Intended to have
a practical program and to make the oc
casion one of social enjoyment as wel as
business Interest. This movement Is de
signed to have far-reaching efJect on the
future development of South Dakota and
Its resources. It will have a backing of
men of Influence In every walk of life.
Grearorr Prepares for Fete.
I GREGORY, 8. D.. April 2S.-(Speclal.)
! Great preparations are being made for the
! May day celebration. It being the annl
I versary- of the date that the homesteaders
I had to locate on their homes in the BpMng
' of 1M6. Good speakers will be present and
j among them will be Governor Crawford,
, who will deliver an address. A special
' train will be run to accommodate those
who wish to attend and from here they
; can take rigs and see Tripp county lanl.
I which will be opened tt settlement lute
I this fall. By coming now they can take
! In the Dallas townslte sale, which comes
off on April 29 and 30, and may see the
celebration. Gregory la tn great need of
a hotel. At the present time there is
but one hotel in town snd It cannot take
' care of on-quarter of the people that
come here, and private families have to
take in transients. Gregory can now sup
port a forty or fifty-room hotel, and when
the opening comes it will have use for sev
eral of that slxe.
Smallpox has again broken out In Greg
ory. F. M. Whlttecar's and Nick Vender
velden's homes being the only places, but
as a strict quarantine is being observed
there is little fear of It spreading.
Tfceroaaaells Beads Illeaal.
LANDER, Wjro., April SS. (Special.) I ti
the district court here the Thermop-Ju.
water bonds case came to a sudden end
when Judge C. E. Carpenter decided that
the Issue of ftf.ono water bonds of tbfj city
of Thermopolls was alleged because a.
rioua irregularities in the election -p.d Is
suance of tbe bonda.
(From a 8taft Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 23.-(Speclal.)-The past
week was cold, with some snow in nearly
all i'art of -the state.
Tie mean dally temperature average!
about 15 decrees below the normal. The
temperature was generally at or below
freeilng each night during the week. The
lowest temperature occurred Wednesday
morning, when the maximum wns between
16 and 20 degrees at most places.
The precipitation of the week was prac
tically all snow and occurred Wednesday
night or Thursday In nearly all parts of
the state. The amount of melted snow ex
ceeded half an Inch In a few eastern coun
ties, but In the greater portion of the
state it was less than a quarter of an
Inch. The weekly precipitation averaged
decidedly less than half the normal
amount! The total rainfall from April 1
to date has been below normal In all parts
of the state, and In most places It has
boon less than one-half the normal amount.
Butler The week wns cold, with three
and one-half Inches of snow Thursday,
which melted tho next day.
Cass The week was very cold and back
ward, with west wind and freezing tem
perature every nlKlit. About five inches of
snow fell Thursday. '
Clay It was ciear and cold most of the
week. A little fnow fell Thursday.
Uage The weather was cold, with freez
ing temperature every night. Snow fell on
Johnson Ice formed several mornings and
about two Inches of mow fell Thursday.
Knox The week was verv cold and
cloudy, with snow on Wednesday and
Lancaster Ixw temperature continued
all the week. About two and one-half
Inches of snow fell Thursday.
Nemaha The week was cold and clnudv,
with some snow Thursday and a frost
Richardson Snow fell nearly all day
ThursdHy. Northerly wind and low tem
perature prevailed during the week.
Saline Frost occurred nearly every nltrht
of the week, anil snow f-ll on the IMh.
Thayer Snow fell on Thursday and Ice
formed a quarter of an Inch thick every
York The week was very cold. Snow fell
Boyd Snow fell on Wednesday, Thurs
day and F'ldsy. A hard freeze occurred
nearly every night.
Durt Six Inches of snow fell on the 17th
and IKth. Tho week was very cold.
Colfax A snowfall of four to live Inches
occurred on Wednesday snd Thursday. The
minimum temperatures were between 15
and 11 degrees.
Dixon fold weather prevailed the last
week, with nctirl:- four Inches snow
Wednesday nnd Thursday.
Douglas The week was extremely cnld.
with about five Inches of snow. The
moisture was very beneficial.
Holt Ice formed every n!sht this week.
Snow 'ell on Wednesday and Friday.
Madison The week was very co'd and
disagreeable, with six inches of snow.
Wayne The week was very cold, with
a hard freeze every night. Six to eight
Inches of snow fell.
Blaine Some snow fell on Wednesday
and Thursday and high winds occurred on
Buffalo The week was cold and dry,
wilh a little snow on Thursdny.
Custer-The week wan very cold, with
some snow on Wednesday night.
Dawson Freezing temperature occurred
about every ni(tht. Llpht rain feJl Wednes
day night, turning to snow.
Greeley Five or six inches of snow fell
Thursday. On Ave mornings It was from
10 to 12 degrees below freezing.
Howard The week was cold, windy end
dlsuRreeahlo, with freezing temperat jres
Nance The week was very cold. Two to
;-'vw: .:".'::.: ;W
XJ ...mitt ..V J
Kataruo U lai do under the origi
nal formula it lVruno. Dr. Hart
man has sold rhe original prescrip
tion undfr nii.h I'eruiia was man
ufactarrd. to the K a tar no C'om
IMtuy. Millions of families have been
users of the original l'rruna for
many stirs. They have Ix-conio
convhtord of Its great value at a
housct.old remedy. Tltey can con
tliue to secure the original l'eruna
by Inquiring , for Katarno, manu
factured by the Katarno Company,
179 Vesejr St., New York City.
TOM I1LI BT '
SCHAEFER'S DRUG STORES
18th and Douglas 8t.; 16th and
N. W. Cor. 24th and N 8U.
BOUTS OKAJLa, VIBBAIEA
Bth Ave. and Main St.
ooxrvcrx. x.vrrB, xoi
in ii..'ifif ke ta --- - - j
Ladles' Silk Tony Coals Magnifi
cent assortment of these most
popular little coats, with light
and dark linings, neatly trimmed
la plain and fancy silk braids.
Ions; and length sleeves, great
variety of patterns, at $15, 00,
$13.50, $12.50, $10.75
Long Klniona New creations in
long Silk Klmonas, loose and
belted effects to Introduce our
6prlng lines Wednesday we will
$9.90 Klmonas for $0.95
$12.50 Klmonas for.... 8.95
Ladies' Ijoiik Lawn Klmonas
Neat black nnd white effects, full
fashioned, mude for people who
care for nice fitting and well
tailored garments, special Wed
Fitted Backs, with belt and fac
ings of plain colors-to match ma
terial, Wednesday for... $1.48
Children's New Aprons in sus
pender effects, made of a good
quality of blue and white check
ginghams, special Wednesday,
Lace Curtains 2 big special lots for
Wednesday's selllnp 100 pairs of
wide, fine Nottingham and Cable
Net Curtains that sell the country
over for $3. SO a pair, go on sale
Wednesday for I1.VS
200 pairs of extraordinary good
values In Nottingham, Cable Net
and Brussel effects that are worth
"v up to $5.00 a pajr all go Wednes
day nt, pair 12. 1)5
Beautiful Wash Goods for nil spring
and summer purposes, the good
kind that washes and wears to your
Zephyr Ginghams at, yard 12V4C
ft l-3c and &c
Percales at, yard, liic, 12 He and 10c
Linen Finished Chambrays, 30-ln.
New Sllkollncs and Cretonnes. ... 1 nc
four Inches of snow fell Wednesday night
Dundy Tho week wj cold. Snow oc
curred Tursday, Thursday and Saturday
Franklin The weather was cold and ury.
Ice formed nearly every night.
Furnas 'I'iiB week waa coid. with north
winds nnd much cloudy weather. A heavy
frost occurred Friday morninir, with a
minimum temperature of IS degrees.
Httchoock The week was cold and cloudy,
with considerable wind.
Kearney -Freezing tbinnerture occurred
nearly every night. Light mow fell Tues
day. pejklns-The week was very cold, with
llfiht snow Wednesday.
Western nnd Horthnntfrn Sections.
Hrown Six nnd a quarter Inches of snow
fell Wednesday and the moisture was very
Sheridan The week was very cold, with
Severe ft'OBts and very little moisture.
Sioux The week was cold and cloudy,
wltli three to five Inches of snow occurring
on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
O. A. LOVE1.ANU,
Section Director, Lincoln, Nob.
Arrldenta at hadron.
CHADRON. Neb., April 23. (Speclnl.)
Two accidents oicurred today. Clarence
Doak, a lineman In the employ of the
Chadron Telephone company, fell from a
pole thirty-five feet high, striking the
back of his head. He has not recovered
consciousness and it Is not expected' by
the attending surgeons that ho ever will.
His belt ws unbuckled and It Is supposed
be failed to fasten It securely before
mounting the pole. He had been In the
employ of the company less than a week,
coming here from Missouri to visit his
brother, John Doak, who has been em
ployed by the Northwestern company here
for many years.
BcJison A. Smith, the 12-year-old son of
Conductor W. A. Smith, had his collar
bone ' splintered by another boy running
Into him. head first. They had Just fin
ished a game of base ball and were run
ning for their coats when the serious frac
ture was made.
Chamberlain's Innih Meuiedr Aids'
Medicines that aid nature are always most j
effectual. namuenain uugn Kerneay
acts on this plan. It allays me cough, re
lieves the lungs, aids expectoration, ocous
the secretions and aids nature In restoring
the system to a healthy condition. Thou
sands have testified to its superior excel
lence. Colonel I'ottle In Oninlia.
After nearly a year's absence, Colonol
Jitmes H. Pottle, a director In the "Bioth
erhood Wine company" of New York, blew
Into Omaha lust evening and Is busy shak
ing hands with his numerous friends and
It has been close on to forty years since
the "Brotherhood Wine company" sold
their first bill cf goods In this city, and
each succeeding year has widened their
reputation and added many new names to
their list of patrons. '
They produce the goods they sell from
their own vineynrds and distilleries, and
through absolute purity of products and
rtputuble business methods have built up
a reputation In Omaha of which they may
well be proud. Through their reputation
for absolute purity of products, their wines
and liquors have become widely known
in medical circles, as well us In the general
The "Brotherhood Wine company's" old
5X rye has become famous for Its purity
and oge. and in line with the national
pure food law the following guarantee ap
pears on every .label: "Guaranteed to be
pure, straight whisky, uncolored and un
favored." Their sparkling wines have st
tracted wide attention In eastern circles
and are sold to be fully up to the standard
of the be!;t foreign brands. Messrs. Glad
stone brothers, whose reputation in this
city for upright business mttheds is thor
oughly established, sell the "Brotherhood
Wine company's" old X rye. ls well as
other leading brands of their wines and
DIAMONDW KTenser, lth and Harney.
Dakota Banker Arrested.
CHICAGO. April tt. -Charles C. King,
president of tht First National bank of
Ht'otland, 8. D., was arrested here today
by United States Marshals Griffith and
Donovan. King was recently Indicted by
the federal grand Jury in South Dakota on
charges of having misapplied the funds of
toe bank and of having Issued certiorates
of deposit la his own Zavur amounting ta
Pongee Silk, the itlcul suit and
waist silk, natural and white,
full 3C-ln. wide and warranted
to wash and to wear, a superb
quality at one dollar Wednes
day special, for only, yard. -G9
Mlsf.es Spring I'mierweitr one
great case ol misses' high neck,
loug sleeve vests, In a fine ribbed
cotton these are a regular 35c
value, which we will put on sale
special for Wednesday. . . . H)
Special White Goods for Wednes
day One case Dotted Swires, in
all slzo dots, very sheer quality,
and other checked ftud striped
white goods that are splendid
values at 19c, on sale for Wednes
day at, yard f)f
20 pieces Highly Mercerized Wash
Dress Materials in all plain col
ors, Including, black, warranted
to retain its brilliancy nfler
laundering. Special for Wednes
day, yard 29
The usual price is one third taoro
Wednesday Bargains In
Oil Cooking Stoves The new Per
fection, as advertised by the Stand
ard Oil Co. In another column
2 burner sU 7.50
2 burner size $10.00
Refrigerators and Ice Ftones
Ice chests that hold 60 lbs. of tee
Ice chests that hold 75 lbs. of Ico
Ice chests that hold 100 lbs. of Ice
North Pole Kef rlgerators
Ice chests that hold 00 lbs. of Ice
Ice chests that hold 75 lbs. of Ice
Ice chests that hold 100 lbs. of Ice
for $21. 5
25 IHscount on China One great
booth filled with all kinds of fancy
China Plates, Cups nnd Saucers,
Salad IMshes. Vases, all fine hand
painted goods will nil be offered
Wednesday at 25 discount.
SHORT TALKS BY
L. T. COOPER.
A dull, sluggish liver always brings a
dull, sluggish feeling to tho entire body.
When the liver
works properly the
through the body In
.1 bright red stream.
When tho liver Is
Inactive the blood
becomes dull and
muddy, and It Is
full of poisonous
A great many
noople try to get a
fine, clear, pink and
by rubbing things
on their faces. Ther
might rub a life
time and the same yellow complexion
would remain for tho liver causes It.
Only bright, red blod brings fine com
plexions. Blood losded with Impurities
from the liver sends the Impurities out
through the pores of the skin and turns
the skin a brownish yellow.
To get rid cf tho dull, besyr feeling and
muddy, yellow complexion get ths liver
to working strain. Two bottles of Coop
er's Now Discovery will do this nlns
t'mos out of ten though sometimes tt
tskes four or five bottles.
Here's what a man who tried It tayst
"My health had been poorly for everst
years. My face was yellow and eoverel
with pimples. I was bothered constantly
with chronic constipation, had little or no
appetite and could not sleep well at night.
I beosme w-H and lost sll ambition, t
tHd runr different msdlotnes, but nothing
I seemed to help me until I began taking
j Cooper's New Discovery. It seemed t
I help me at once. Now. after I have taken
several hnttlea I feel entirely well. My
I face Is clar, I sleen well, have a good
j appetite and am quite myself again."
"I am deeply graterul for my restored
health." Mlchsel Bilk. 34 Kentucky ys..
W sell the famous Cooper medicines.
BEATON DRUG CO.
Cor. 15th nd Farnam Sis-, Omaha,
You should magnetize your Income with
savings account and let It draw Into Its
safe coffers the pennies, the nickels nnd
i the dimes you would otherw.se vasie.
ft will start an acount with us, on
I which we will pay 6 per cent compounded
j semi-annually. Remember also you can
buy a home by monthly payments
j through the
j OMAHA LOAN AND
! BUILDING ASSOCIATION
Offloe B. B. Corner lath and Dodge
Booth Omaha Offloe Opposite Postoffloe
J. X. Xapllts, Agt. O. K. Vsttloger,
Secy. O. W. Lomts, Pres.
THE PAXTON" CAFE
Will Serve a .
SPECIAL NOONDAY LUNCH
PMnest eulslne. quick service, cheerful,
ail let. attractive svaciuus serving rwom.
r"". 1 1 ,ui)W .U.ISJ
83 pieces Printed Hatlntc Klegunt
patterns, striped and floral de
signs, one of the season's latest
dress novelties, worth ;!5c yard,
Wednesday only, yard 19
"The man who knows wears
NOT KVKllVt INK'S LICK.
It isn't everybody's luck to bo
a young man. It isn't every youog
man's luck to be well dressed
and yet that Isn't wholly s matter
of luck. It's a question of Clothes
and; where to get them. It s a sat
isfaction to provide Clothing for
the young men. because they ap
preciate the care bestowed upon
the style and making. The young
men are no more particular about
their Clothes, however, than i.
are and Wednesday we offer tho
young men two special qualities at
two remarkable prices $10 nnd
$15 and tho best selection of pat
terns possible to be found. Tbey
die certainly wonders at the price.
Men's Tants worth $4.00, Wednes
day for $2.30 and $1.95
O jr Caylipht Basement
o.inlen Needs Supply your wants
here for the garden the weathor
has come to Flay now that Is needed
, n'ld we can furnish the necess iry
things to make the vegetable beds.
Hakes, each, ,15c, 2,"c and 1 5o
H ies, each. 2,rc and 15o
Spades, each, i'.'c and SHo
Spading Forks, each, IT.c, 7!c nnd 59c
Poultry Netting, by, roll, per hundred
square feet 6oc
Daylight Store Grocery Values.
4 lhs. liayllght Challenge Flour $1.00
1 lb. B. X'' I-'- Japan Tea 40
Koth for $1.25, gunrnnte"d to please.
4 pkgs. llneeda liiscult 15o
famine's afternoon Tims. ran... 1 So
Helns Malt. Cider and Pickling Vlne-
krar, bottle 25c
Philips' Digestible Cocoa, can....40o
Saul-pure A! Ilk. for Infants and In
valids, can ;no
4-lh. pkjt. Old Dutch Cleanser .... Jfto
A touch of color.
A fancy Waistcoat Jfor Spring
with "saucy" buttons of wiish
nble materials In all colore and
all kind of weaves and patterns.
Gives Just the necessary touch
of bright color to a man's spring;
and summer attire.
We will only "touch" you for
$3 for such a Waistcoat.
Suits to order, $25 to $30.
'Phone Doug. 1806. 504-306 8. ISth St.
Near 8. W. Cor. 16th and Farnam St.
A MI'S EM F. JIT.
rIDAT AND BATtrmSAT, APRIL
88 and 87, '07 Matinee Saturday
Magnificent Presentation of D. Hope
Leonard's Spectacular Extravagansa,
Alice in Wonderland
850 Great Cast and Chorus 050
Auspices Omaha Cfxmp,
No. I, W. 0. W.
Beautiful Costumes, Elaborate Proper
ties, Appropriate Scenery and Colored
Evenings 25c, 36c snd 60c; box Beats,
75c. Matinee, children under U years,
loc; adults, i6o.
Iiei-erved Beat Sale Begins Wednes-
H . .....
Wi day morning, April z.
Every Blgi-i, Matinees Tuar sat, Bon.
fames J. Morton, The Ponr Tords,
Prank Mostyn JCslley and B. X. Calvert,
Xiners-aloulin, SutcUffe Troupe, Wsrd.a
and aiaddish, Bobert Borne and ths Wins
raicxs loo, aso, soo.
m sca.t. Todar Tonight
Mats Thurs and Sat. Next Week
WHY SMITH LKFT HOMB
Matinee Today, 8 Bo Tonight, 8:16
MISS PATTTjIVB OOTJBTbTET, In
TBI PBISB or VISUIfll ;
Thursday JAMBS BOTS. !
ThnrsaayTsatnrday Ruth Grey
Prices Mats.. 8 Sc. Xlghts, 8SC-3&C
UNDER THE DIRECTION CF
(Omaha School Teachers' Soclsty)
Tnder Direction of M3SS PAHBIB AS
BOX.D! Assisted by Miss Keys, Keaderf
P. O. BUstrom, Baritone.
Calvary Captist Church
86tA and KAMH.TOB BTBZBTB
Friday. April 2Gtb. 8:15 P. U.
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