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THE OMAHA DAILY DEEt KATUTIPAY, MAY 4. 1007.
Grand Sale Saturday
Of High Class-Suits
At Extraordinary Redactions Sale Commences at 9 A. M.
The great Romi-annnal clearing sale of our very finest and beautiful Tailor-Mado
Suits commences Saturday. The savings are big and real. On account of the genuine re
ductions on thene beautiful suit a charge will be made for alterations.
No. 223 One beautiful piald
Voile Suit, silk drop skirt, most
handsomely trimmed with lace
and fln Bilk, finished In gold
color braid, size 38, regular
Saturday' Halo Vrlee 17.50.
No. Hl-Rlch tan French
Voile Suit, elegant drop skirt
made of the finest tan and'
white taffeta silk, beautifully
finished In braid, lace and silk,
size 3fl, regular price $65.00
Saturday's Sale Trice S42.B0.
No. 208 One French Voile
Suit, In blue, extra full silk drop
skirt, rich lace trimmed, fin
ished with small buttons and
taffeta silk, size 30, regular
Saturday's Sale Price $10.00.
' No. 2063 One blue and
white stripe French Voile
three-piece Suit, trimmed in
navy blue silk, navy blue silk
coat to match, a beautiful cos
tume, regular price $75.00
Saturday's Sale lrke 9:17.50.
' No. 1057 Tan Voile Suit,
both coat and skirt made with
small box plaits, beautifully
finished with tan braid and tan
silk, size 38. regular prleo
Saturday's Sale Price $25.00.
No. J00 One very fine Navy
Blue Voile Suit, handsome silk
drop skirt. Eton effect. pIzs 34.
regular price JMI.00
Saturday's Sal Frlc 938.00.
No. 114 One Tan Panama tult.
beautifully made with tun Bilk and
braid trimming, size 30. regular
price $4 2.50
Saturday's Sal Price (37.60.
No. 212 Very handsome
Plaid Voile Suit, silk lined,
color of plaid, light green, bluo
and tan, handsomely finished
in lace and tan silk, size 36,
regular price $67.50
Saturday's Sale Price $33.75.
No. 102 Two beautiful new
and stylish russet colored
French Voile Suits, handsome
full silk drop skirt, a copy of
an elegant French model, sizes
36 and 40, regular price $60.00,
Saturday' Bale Price $37.50.
All the beautiful high clans
Tailor Made Suits, regularly sold
Saturday's Bale Price $35.00.
All the $47.50 Suits
Saturday's Sal Frio $30.00.
All the $40.00 Suits
Saturday's Bale Price $38.00.
Howard Cor. Sixteenth Strtet B,e, ,.,..0, OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
of the past two week will do. Pastures,
which other years have been arn and the
stock feeding on them are fully one month
behind former seasons' growth and farm
era are sllll feeding the stock.
8T. Paul, Neb.. May l.-(9peclal.)-The
cold weather continues. Last night fhe
mercury again dropped to 25 and three
Inches of snow fell.
GIBBON. Neb., May .-Bpeclal.)
About eight Inches of snow fell here last
night. This Is about the beat sleighing
snow of the year.
PI.ATTSMOUTH, Neb., May 8. -(Special )
Friday morning the mercury registered
lx degrees below freezing, the ground was
white and the snow continued to fall with
the wind blowing from the northeast, re
sembling a regular old-fashloncd December
or January snowstorm day.
GENEVA, Neb.. May 3. (Special.) A
snowstorm raged during the latter part of
last night and It Is still snowing, with about
a foot over the ground, and the mercury
at 14. The moisture from the snow fn.ll will
HASTINGS, Neb.. May l.-(8peclal.)-About
five Inches of snow fell her last
night. The temperature was several de
grees below the . frees inff point, but It Is
not believed that crops were damaged to
any material extent. Wheat, the farmers
say, have been benefited by the moisture.
Nearly all early fruit was killed by the
cold weather of last week and the week
FREMONT. Neb., May l.-(Bpectal.)-The
mercury dropped to 23 degrees last night
and the ground was white with snow thin
morning. It warmed up some during the
day, but la still cold, with a stiff wind
from the northwest. It Is doubtful If there
will be much fruit In this vicinity, last
night's frost killing off what was left.
Harts Frail, Helps Grain.
SUTTON. Neb.. May $. (Special.) A fall
of nearly six Inches of snow without wind
occurred last night. The fruit crop Is as
.good as a failure except strawberries,
which are so far not Injured. The moisture
from the melting snow will put the winter
wheat In splendid shape. There are no
signs of the appearance of the green louse
on the wheat.
FAIRBURT, Neb., May .-(Speclal.)-The
hardest snowstorm of the season com
menced early this morning with a strong
northwest wind, but the anow Is very
damp, so It Is not drifting to any extent.
The thermometers Indicate 21 degrees above
sero. As the day advances the storm In
creases In severity.
YANKTON, 8. D., May $.-(Special.)-A
severe snowstorm Is In progress here,
something that has not been reported at
this season from this locality for a great
many years. All farming Is at a standstill
end farmers say the wheat and oat crop
will be ruined unless warm weather comes
very quickly. Some plowing for corn has
been done, but very little advance has been
made for that great and main crop as yet,'
and this, too. Is now In Jeopardy from the
cold weather. Unless conditions Improve at
once it cannot fall in being a bad crop year
In this section.
CENTRAL CITT, NebH May 3. (Sprrlal.)
Snow bepan falling here last night (bout
10:30 and continued nntll about 9:tl this
morning, leaving the ground covered about
two Inches. Fruit Is ruined end small
grain la beginning to show the eiTeots of
the constant cold weather.
BLUE HILL,. Neb., May . (Speclal.)A
rain and sloet storm last night developed
Into a heavy fall of snow. During the
night six inches of snow fell, most of
which covers the ground this morning. It
Is warm and the snow Is melting rapidly.
No Damaac at Humboldt.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., May $. 8pectal.)
Another blinding snowstorm visited this
section this morning and the ground Is
covered to the depth of three inches or
more and much of It melted as It fell. The
thermometer has not been low enough s'nee
the stormy spell to do any further dam
age; In fact, it Is doubtful If much fruit
remains In condition to be damaged.
TABLE ROCK. Neb., May 3. (Special.)
The ground is covered with about three
Inches of snow, which has been falling all
the forenoon. However, It Is not very cold
and the probabilities are that It will dis
appear In a short time.
ANSLEY. Neb., May 3.-(9peclal.) This
vicinity was covered with a fine blanket of
snow five and a half Inches deep this
morning. The moisture was much needed.
No particular damage to crops will be
done, but, "on the contrary, much benefit
to all kinds of growing crops will follow,
and to grasses, which are Very backward.
SEWARD, Neb.. May 3. (Special.) -A
heavy snow fell last night, which gives
needed moisture for the wheat.
CAMBRIDGE, Neb., May 8.-(Speclal.)-Elght
Inches of snow la on the ground.
The snow began falling at about t o'clock
last evening and continued until this morn
ing. Considerable wind prevailed and con
sequently some large drifts resulted.
HARVARD, Neb., May 3. (Special.)
Yesterday a cold, wind from the north, fill
ing the air with dirt, prevailed during the
afternoon, followed In the evening by a
light sprinkling of snow that Increased
after midnight to a winter storm and at
6 o'clock this morning fully six Inches of
snow had fallen. Today, while cool, the
snow Is melting fast and will make a fine
amount of water, which will materlnlly
accelerate the growth of vegetatUm when
the warm sun and spring weather fully
STELLA, Neb., 'May 3. (Special. i A se
vere storm has been blowing from the
north all forenoon and the ground la cov
ered with about five Inches of show on the
level. The temperature is near the freez
ing point and It Is thought that what little
fruit escaped the other freeaes will be
caught by this cold spell. '
SCHUYLER, Neb. May J.-(8peclal)-nA
heavy snow fell . lank . night, covering the
ground to the depth of two inches by
morning, but owing to the mild tempera
ture It soon melted away. Frost as yet has
not hurt' much fruit, although a heavy
frost Is on the ground everymorn!ng.
DES MOINES, la.. May 3. (Special.)
Iowa was visited with snow again today. It
started in this morning at 7 o'clock In Des
Moines and with a blustery wind soon de
veloped a small sized blizzard and con
tinued till after noon. The Rnow melted as
fast as it fell. A killing frost was pre
dicted for the slate for tonight.
Mary Arthur, an 8-year-old girl, was
picked up on the streets this morning and
taken to the office of the overseer of the
poor, where It was discovered that her toes
were frost bitten. Sho related that her
mother was sick and her father had not
returned home since a week ago and she
was sent to hunt him. She was searching
for him when she was found.
CHICAGO, May 3. All rocords for snow
falls In Chicago during the month of May
wera broken today, and only once since 1875
has the temperature fallen so low. Early
In the morning snow began falling and by
7 o'clock eight-tenths of an Inch had fallen.
During the even ng the temperature dropped
to 34, the lowest for thirty-one years for
May with one exception.
TRADE PACT WITH GERMAN!
ibitmt of ths rmiiioni of ths TropMsd
TAFirr ON IMPORTID WINES REDUCED
German maintain Duties to Be
Applied to Aaont B-T 1-9 Per Cent
f Exports from Tatted
WASHINGTON. May l-'The projected
commercial agreement" between America
and Germany to govern the trade relatione
of the two countries for an indefinite period
is composed of four distinct portions. Tha
agreement extends to Germany ths reduc
tions of duty authorised on all of the
articles mentioned In tha third section of
the Dingley act. This amounts simply to
the addition of champagnes and sparkling
wines to the list of articles upon which
Germany has reduced rates. In 1906 the Im
ports Into America of German champagne
were 9,296 dozen quarts, valued at ISU.K1
The reduction of duty on this champagne
at 33 per bottle would consequently amount
to a little more than 318,000, which Is the
monetary value of one concession to
Germany, supposing the trade does not
greatly Increase, as of course Is to be ex
pected. Other articles provide for the speedy ap
plication of the new rates, to their exten
sion to the whole customs territory of the
parties, and the conresaon of a list of
American articles upon which premium
rates will apply on Importations Into
The second part of the agreement de
tails the list of articles above referred to.
At present all American products are ad
mitted Into Germany nt minimum tariff
rates. Hereafter under this new agreement
only those articles specified may be ad
mitted. It is stated In fact that the list
comprises 97H per cent of the American im
ports Into Germany and appears, generally
speaking, to comprise grains, fruit, timber,
meats (except bacon), petroleum and Its
products, leather goods. Including shoes,
certain classes of India rubber goods, paper
and paper stock, stones, glassware, rail
road Iron (not mentioning rails), steam and
gas engines, phonographs, vehicles, small
arms, looks, watches and parts thereof,
and music boxes and organs.
Tho third section comprises the draft of
a proposed note embodying changes to be
made in the existing American instructions
to customs and consular officers. These
changes also are applicable to Imports Into
America from many other countries.
The last section of the document Is an
undertaking by the president to recommend
to congress the amendment of section 83 Of
the Dingley act so ss to allow a 10 per cent
margin In the case of undervaluations be
fore penalty shall be Imposed upon the Importer.
Young Men's Spring Suits
Sizes to tO
every little helps these new models Z1
have every little new feature every
young fellow wants In his cloths.
Styles. Quality. Workmanship and Price
ere tha four factors that should ba con
sidered in young man's clothes, regard,
less of any favorite aiore or pet tailor.
Tha "Belmont" and "Stanford'' models for he who wants
something entirely different, long sack coat mod with long
roll lapel, turn-up cuff on sleeve, "Belmont" has two but
tons only "Stanford" has three.
Trousers made roomy with deep welt seam and cuffed
Tbesa clothes ara made for young fellows who pay It
or mora for their suits. We've priced them
$20.00, $22.50 and $23.50
Young men's Suits In a score of new models that make
college men sit up and take notice.
$18.00, $16.50, $15.00, $12.50, $10
Illustrated Catalog on request. Write for it.
From ths right Dolnt of view, tha
idol that out cannot afford to buy a
hems la a trifle ridiculous. Everyone
must own one some day. If one wants
to get ahead In the world, and free
holders are more respected and looked
up to .than rent-payers. Their rent
money becomes a valuable asset In
stead of a tax. Own your own horns
and lay the foundation for prosperity.
We will aeaist you. 1
T1UJ COXSEKVATlVk SAVINGS AND
, 101 Harney St.
Geo. V. Oil more, Pres. -Paul
W. Kuhns. Bec'j and Treas
ANOTHER VIEW OF SNOW'S EFFECT
Barllaston Official gars tt Is Worth
Ten Million Dollars.
"Million dollar rains ara no longer con
sidered in this great and growing west,"
aald J. E. Buckingham, assistant general
passenger agent of the Burlington Friday
morning as he finished reading the Burling
ton's dally report, which showed that from
four to eight Inches of snow had fallen all
over the entire western and southern
portion of Nebraska and bad extended
over northern Kansas and eastern and
northern Colorado. "That was a 110,000.000
snow which fell last night for it has given
moisture In large quantities to the entire
wheat belt, put the pastures In fine con
dition and made the ground Just right for
the corn crop. The fruit had been damaged
before and besides In the western part of
tha state, where the snow was of especial
value, there was not much fruit to be In
Snow fell on the Bt. Francis branch of
the Burlington to the depth of from two to
four Inches and there was three Inches
around Akron, which la In tha midst of the
dry farming area. There was six Inches at
McCook and eight Inches at Arapahoe and
Chester and seven Inches at Oxford. The
Union Pacific reports show It snowed all
tha way from Omaha to Qreen River.
A. J. Storer.
KEARNEY. Neb.. May s.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Telegrams were received by
Thomas Hutchinson today advising of the
death of his brother-in-law, A. J. Storer,
whloh occurred at his home at Tacoma,
Wash., Wednesday. Mr. Btorer died veiy
suddenly while seated at a table In his
home and his death was due to heart fail
ure, lie was a former resident of Buffalo
county on Cedar Creek and the body will
ba sent to Ravenna for interment.
Mrs. Anna Lnn Petersen.
Mrs. Anna Lau Petersen, 73 years of ags
and a resident of Omaha thirty-three years,
died Thursday evening at her home, 2628
Parker street. She was a well known mem
ber of Scandinavian Society in ths city and
leaves a husband, Jens Petersen, and two
sons. Dr. Alfred O. Petersen of Omaha and
P. A. Pete: sen of Ashland. The funeral
will be held at t o'clock Sunday afternoon
with Interment at Sprlngwell cemetery.
Mrs. Mary Parker.
Mrs. Mary Parker, mother of William
Parker, former truant officer of the Board
of Education and at present memberphlp
secretary of the Young Men's Christian as
sociation, died at her home, 2635 South
Ninth street, early Friday morning. She
was taken suddenly with scute pneumonia
and died within two hours. Mrs. Parker
' had been a resident of Omaha for twenty-
T. F. Walker.
KEARNEY, Neb., May S. (Special Tele
gram.) Word was received In the city this
afternoon that T. F. Walker, a liveryman
of Miller, died this morning. No particulars
are to be hod. He was at one time a resi
dent of Kearney, the landlord of the Union
Pacific hotel and la a member of Melrose
Castle, Royal Highlanders, of this city.
NEW YORK. May t.-Monroe Salisbury,
well known horse owner and breeder of
an Francisco, died here today. Mr. Balls
bury came here several weeks ago for
treatment for canoer, but tho doctors were
unable to save his life. A daughter, Mrs.
T. F. Boardman, started for San Francisco
tonight with ths body.
COLUMBUS. O.. May t. Silas Field died
today of Bright s disease. Ha had been
' sergeant-at-arma of every republican state
i convention tor tha last quarter of a cen
ore liTtraoiT ittmai vvtu 10 O'clock
15 lO DOUGIAS ST.
Enormous Purchase of Over 2:000 Beautiful rolfn
Waists, up to $2.50 Values, on Sale Saturday, ujllO)!
This Waist sale will be an event to be remembered by you as well
as by ourseJves. It s certainly a wonderful sale in every sense of the
word. It was our Rood fortune to piocure these waists from a leading
New York shirt waist manufacturer at our own price on account of
unreasonable weather for the sale of shirt waists.
THK KXT1HK rtltCIIASE GOKS ON SAI.K RATXHHAY
There are over 2,000 of them to choose from, all beautiful new de
terns, elaborately or moderately trimmed with fine lacea and em
broideries, also handsome tucked models and the new Marie An-
tlonette styles, with full length, three-quarter
or short sleeves. The materials ere of excellent.
Quality. DON'T MISS THIS CURAT HI.K.
WAISTS MADE TO HUM, AT l.flO, $1.7., VeXllP
91 .98. $2.25 and $2.30 SATURDAY m fj I
1,000 Beautiful Shirt Waists, up to $5.00
Values, Saturday at $1.45 and $1.95
There Is a wonderful variety of styles In this lot for you to choose from.
All are beautiful, exclusive new designs; some are very elaborately
trimmed; some are moderately trimmed, while others are plain exclu
sive tailored effects with fine tucks or In the Marie Antlonette styles.
The materials are of very finest sheer lawns, mulls and lingeries with
long or short sleeves; open bnck and front. All si7.es, ranging from
32 to 4 6. Come parly for this wonderful waist bnrirnlu.
I p to f3.oO values, . i Vp to $."1.00 values,
Saturday I lh J Saturday
at lalU Ht
Great Reduction Sale of High Class Tailored Suits
Saturday suit selling at this store should be of great Interest to every
woman who is In search of the very best in quality and style at least
possible cost. Over 600 Heart t If ul Suits at Reduced Prices.
Up to $30 Suits Reduced to $15.00
190 Tailored SuiU, made of best quality panama, worsted and fancy
materials, la all colors, perfectly trimmed la all A 1 r H fl
the correct new styles. SIR 1 1 II
$30.00 values reduced to V lUiUU
Up to $45 Suits Reduced to $25.00
140 Tailored Suits, made of finest chiffon Panamas, serges and voiles,
In black and all the new spring shades, also of Imported fancy ma
terials, all beautifully tailored In the very smartest
new styles. $35.00 $40.00 and $45.00 values re
Up to $30 Silk Jumper Suits
Made of very best quality silk, in plain or fancy shades; beautiful
styles with the new skirts made very full with
folds oa bottom reduced
Up to $25 Silk Eton Suits
Made of good quality Bilk, in the new eton styles, with good full
skirts very useful and stylish Bults
SERIOUS RIOT IN
Hindu Ifsb Eisei at Fawsp'ndi, Deatroyii?
Mtoh Frc party.
ANTI-EUROPEAN FELLING IS GROWING
Excitement Besran la February ss4
Haa Ba Fomented Since that
Time by Agitators la
Clear Havana Cigars
X -U.ll.ii, niMl.i.saisai.i,..
Mancum A Co.. LETTER 8PBOIALI3T8.
Sraro Assallaat Sentenced.
WOODBI-Ry, N. J., May S.-6wlft Jun
tlca was mated out today to EdwaM Gib
son, a neifro. who on Monday night last
attacked Miss Dorothy Paris, 1 years old
of W.nonsh. Gibson made no defense and
ho wss seittenceo to twelve years' imprl
pnmsnt and to pay a fins of $3.0. ThU
Is the estrema penslty. Miss Paris was
crossing a vacant lot near hr home whei
tho negto attacked her. Her cries were
heard and tha negro was captured. He
wss badly beaten by his captors before
the police took him to a place of safety.
Roarers In Kew York.
MTODLETOWN. N. T.. Msy .-Charles
H. Rogers, who Is charged with the mur
der of the Olney brothers, aged, prosper
ous farmers here, and of Alice lngertrlc.
who lived ou the Olney farm,, was brought
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair ana Warmer In Nebraska aad
oath Dakota Today Fair
WASH I NOTON, May I. Forecast of the
weather for Saturday and Sunday:
For Nebraska and South Duketa ITiilr.
warmer Saturday; Sunday fair.
For IowaFair and warmer Saturday
For Missouri Fair Saturday, warmer in
west, colder In extreme southeast portion;
Sunday fair and warmer.
For Kansas Fair and warmer Saturday
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, May . Official record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years: 1907. 1904. 1W. 1h
Maximum temperature... 4 OU 81 74
Minimum teniporature ...it tl ie 82
M'-an temperature St M 71 ti
Precipitation 13 .00 .44 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and comparisons with the last two years
.. .IS Inch
.. . Inch
.. .46 Inch
Deflclenoy for the day
i.,n("CMcy since Msrch I
Precipitation since March 1..
l)eflifency since March 1
Kxcees for cor. period, 190. .
Deficiency for cor. period
Iteporis from Stations at T P. M.
Station and State Tamp. Max. Rain
of Weather. T p. ni. Teiou. full
Cheyenne, partly cloudy..
' Penver, partly cluudy
Helena, partly cloudy
Kansas City, part cloudy.
( mm ha, clear
Rapid City, cloudy
Bt. louls. raining ..
8t. Paul, clear
Salt Iake City, cloudy
Va entlne. clear
42 44 .00
34 40 .18
ti 42 .20
4s 64 .01
6o b'i .00
40 40 .;
44 44 .(0
94 3D .M
45 4e .04
4ft ii .00
U 68 .16
SH 40 .00
61 6 .!
60 (4 .
44 4 .00
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. VYEI.8H, Local Forecaster.
ALLAHABAD. British India, May S.
Scrlous anti-European riots have occurred
at Rawalpindi, Punjab. A Hindu mob
burned two bungalows, pillaged the mis
sion church, looted tho posptofflce, burned
a garage and all the motor cars In It,
destroyed the plant of a power house and
smashed the windows of the residences of
many Europeans. JArmed police eventually
obtained the upper hand and dispersed the
rioters. The town la now patrolled by a
squadron of the Tenth Hussars.
The outbreak at Rawalpindi Is attributed
to the Influence of well known agitators
who have been making speeches throughout
the Punjab and who also are held re
sponsible for the recent outbreak at La
hore. Rawalpindi Is a fortified town of the
Punjab, capital of the Rawalpindi division
and district and has a population of about
and district and has a population of 90,000.
There was considerable excitement at
Lahore about the middle of February, fol
lowing the conviction of the proprietor and
editor of a native newspaper, who were
accused of stirring up hatred against the
government and the British community.
A atory was printed In the paper to the
effect that an English officer shot a Mo
hammedan policeman for refusing to carry
a carcass of a boar which the officer had
speared. The government prosecutor
showed the story wiia fictitious and that
the policeman was killed by being thrown
from a horae.
The prisoners pleaded that they had pub
lished an unverified rumor In good faith,
but the court sentenced the proprietor to
two years In prison and a fine and the
editor was condemned to alx months' im
prisonment and fined. After the sentences
had been Imposed a crowd of Hindus pa
raded the streets, fciiffrily denouncing and
hooting every European they met.
dispatch from Lahore, April 27, an
nounced that rifles and twenty rounds of
ball cartridges had been served out to the
local volunteers In consequence of signs
of marked uniest among the Hindu stu
dent element, due to tha publication of ar
ticles In the native newspapers Inciting
race hatred and demanding native control
of the government by means of an elective
Parliament. The authorities had the unani
mous support of ths great Mohammedan
population, who at numerous mass meet
ings emphatically condemned the anti
Wa sell a better value In these goods
than can be obtained elsewhere In this
Lord Anson Clear
(NOTHING FINER MADS.)
Our Humidors are perfect in construc
tion and keep our large cigars in prime
Conchas Especlaler, 3 for 25c, box of 23. $3 00
v"i, uns j-.eM'rciiin's, j lor zoc, dox or do. o. ,q 1
F)lirlt!lnna t" I .. m. 1 A L. . ft' . ftij.
- " - -a . ,,, I I A Ul in IUI .(.'V
, Puriu-.nos Finos. 3 for 2fc, box of 50 for. 3.75
' DJplnimitlco. 10c straight, box of 25 for. 2 ?5
i Favorites, 10c straight, box of 26 for 2.1:5
i Fsvorltai-, loc straight, box of 60 for.... 4 W
; Panetelaa, 10c straight, box of 26 for.... t tt
Perfectos Especiales, 10c straight, box 2 2 50
j Perfectos Fnvor!tns, 2 for 25c, box 26 3.00 '
- Athletlcos, 2 for 2, box of 25 for 2 75 J
Palmus Reales, 2 for 25c, box of 25 for.. 8 00 '
I tll a r . m .a m d mm
jMi&.iiiiL(.e,.je, iur ouu, dox 01 it ior.... i.io
BOX T11DE A aFECIAI.TT
Sherman & McGonnell Drug Go.
Oor. Sixteenth aad xodge.
Also Oor. 16th and Barney Soon.
IF YOU'RE seeking something In the
11 line of garments a little more
nobby a little more Individual than
the average tailor shows you'll find
It at Nlcoll's.
We want you to know and feel that
Its not merely our business but also
out pleasure to 6how and discuss the
nobby Spring and Summer fabrics with
Trousers S 5 to 5 12
Suits $20 to $53
W1MJAM J ERR KM 8 SONS,
W-ll So. 13th t.
7 Silk Ki
Kpct'lal Hale on
3 Short Kimono, no . . . .fs.48
Full Length Kimonos. . .V3.S3
ill Full length Klin mos. .$7.60
12 Full Length Kimonos . S0.8S
We have very few of these ele
gant values left In stock and in
order to close out the remainder
this week we have set this spe
cial price. y
zu MDUcrsm gobbets
Tor Stout Women.
We fit Corset and guarantee a
flt at prices from $2 50 op.
trXOIAI. SAXB on SXLX IUSX.S
WINI INflFR & SMITH
. II I 1 I o o - w m a
. 817 South Ifitb. H
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IS22 FARNAM STS.
Phone Doug. 8874. Omuha, Neb.
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The Straight Road
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Largest and Most Elaborate
in Omaha ,
Now Serving a Special
50c Noon Day Luncheon
Quick and Efficient Service.
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Finest Hotel on ths Great Likes
On the edge of town, this Ideal Hotel,
spacious, elegant, modern, overlooks
Lase aticoiRaa BeacU
oa two sides, while
shaded parks complete
the beautiful surroundings. The
city is but 10 minutes rids from the
nearby station, Many families
make this their permaaent borne.
1 here is always a cool breere la
warmest weather. 4501argeoutside
rooms, 250 private baths, 1000 feet
of broad v-randa. The table Is alwsys
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end rest. Address for handsomely
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lars, Manager, Chlcaco Beach Hotel.
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May 3, 4 and 5
FRIDAY, MAY 3, LADIES' DAY
GAMES CALLED 3:45 P. M.
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PRICES 10c, 25e. 50o
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