Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 09, 1907, Page 2, Image 2
TTIE 0MA1IA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, l.IAY 9, 1007. t,. ? TKI. IHU'fJIjAH flirt ItKACHKH ALL IKIAKTMKNTH. Greatly Reduced Prices on High Class Suits, Separate Coats and Wool Jumper Suits Thursday To make rpom for tho summer goods which are now crowding us for space, we Khali close out the balance of our Wool Jumper Suits at one half the regular price, $18.50 Suits, Thursday's price $9.25 $15.00 Suits, Thursday's price $7.50 $12.50 Suits, Thursday's price....... $G.25 The Newest in Hand Bags. Bednoed for Thursday's Belling. ' Then bags ars copied from a French model and called The Carleton, are made of real leather with pretty trimmings, and are one of the prettiest novelty bags we have shown this season. Ther have been In our windows all week, and judging from the many Inquiries we have had. there will be a lively selling. Corns early Thursday Morning, on sale at I a. m. Genuine Alligator Bags, chain handle, worth 11. SO. Thursday at, sack 1.4t Mottled Calf leather Dags, with chain handle, worth 12.00, Thursday, soch $l.fl Seal Leather Bags In black, brown, tan, worth $1.10, Tharsdsy at, saea it (...Ms Main Floor. Great May Clearing Sale of Beautiful Dress Silks Thursday. . Red need! That's only one charm, but their chief claim Is their freshness and newness. . No trashy lots to show you. Every piece new and a beauty. They are the same pretty silks you have admired. Hew TSs sTerslty Brochs Milks, OSo Yard Every fiber all silk, five pretty colors, new gray, old roao, Copenhagen blue, navy, reseda green. ITrw TSo Pompadour Bovelty Silks, lte Yard Pretty cream ground with dainty colored figures, as pink, hello, new blue, etc., purely all silk, for afternoon and evening wear, also for waists. See them. ' All of Our Highest Grade Suits and Coats at Re duced Prices. There aro always bargains In dainty waists to be picked up from the slightly mussed garments. Every garment, whatever be Its price. It good, stylish and new, and fit to be worn by the best dressed wpman In the land. Buy the best they cost the least at our store. J. B. Corsets. The new style J. B. Corsets for Spring hare attained a finer perfec tion in fit and graoe than any other corsets shown this season. The high bust models are In great variety. They will be found to afford a per fect foundation for the latest conceits of the modistes. Shapes as the fig ure Is molded. Made In a full va riety of styles, Frtoes start at 1.00. See them at our Corset Department, second floor. Extraordinary Value Thurs day. SOo Xxtra rice 4.11 Wool Crepe Al batross, ISo Yard. Extraordinary means you never had such value shown you before In Omaha. Beautiful fine fabric, three shades of navy, two brown, tan, green. Mots See Remnant Counter Thurs day. Many pretty things now being gotten ready. Light Weight Colored Wash Goods. rtrst rioor. The difference between our Wafch Materials and those of other stores Is plainly noticeable. Most of the styles are exclusive. We are now showing them on the first floor In the best of daylight. See these. Lawns and Batistes at IQo yard. Small Checked Materials, very dainty, at lte yard. Dotted Swisses In the newest Ideas, 1 5c yard. Fins Batistes. Crepes, at ISo yard.. Dimities that closely rival the finest Imported, In fact, some stores sell them em foreign goods, but they are not. Only ISo yard. ' Bargain Square in Basement. Remnants of best American Prints lvnew Ging ham styles, at, per yard, 2c. , Olnghama, Madras, both printed and woven, from the cheapest to the finest. In a grand assortment of styles. Basement, east side. . -Bhrusk Whits Boltings at 10c and ISc yard. Real Indian Head Whits Muslins at loo and 20c per yard. Basement. $1.75 Fine Imported, 46-inch Silk and Wool . Black Poplin, 49o Yard. . One of this season's favorite fabrics. Feel the qual ity,' wha( a soft, prettr touch, beautiful rich glossy black at this special prloe. Tou must be here when they go on sals or, our word for It, you will be disappointed. Our May White Goods Sale. These beautiful White Qoods here offered at less than prevailing prices are special purchases and large lots from our regular stocks sharply reduced. Special Sals Whits Sotted Swisses. 25 pieces 1 So Dotted Swiss, Thursday's price So yard. 16 pieces 2$c Dotted Swiss, Thursday's price flVke yard. 75 pieces 25o Dotted Swiss, Thursday's price lc yard. Special Sal Whits India Zdaong. 75 pieoes 10c White India Linon, Thursday's price 5o yd. 50 pieces 15o White India i,1nons, Thursday's price t 1-So. 60 pieces 20c White India Lilnons, Thursday's price 12 Ho. 60 pieces 26c White India Linon. Thursday's price 15c. Special Sals Whits 40-ineh Lawns. 10 pieces 12 HO White 40-Inch Lawns. Thursday's price, 5c yard. 10 pieces 16e White 40-inch Lawns, Thursday's pries 8 l-3c yard. 10 pieoes 10c White 40-Inch Lawns, Thursday's price 12Ho yard. Special Sals Whits Sheer Plaid Xdasns. 10 pieces 75c White Sheer Plaid Linens, Thursday's price 60c yard. Special Sals Handkerchief Linens Thursday. Special Sals French 48-inch , Lawns for Graduation Dresses Thursday. Special Sale Linen Suitings Thursday. Special Sals White Embroidered Swisses Thursday. Special Sal White Persian Lawns Thursday. Special Sals White Plaid Dimities Thursday. Special Sale Plaid Walstlng Thursday. HOWARD, CORNER 16th ST. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. . Bee (-8-07 .-- i'ri-i-i-.-w-yy- iuuL.u-ii-inni-i.nj-w-)i-uin.n..,ij ROOSEVELT WRITES LETTER Frealdeat Casasseaaa Editorial Labor World aa Moyer aad Haywood Case. PITT8BURO. Pa.. May 8.-John express my absolute agreement with your tlnal paragraph, running aa follows. "The Lnbor World has not a word to ut- la I ter regarding the guilt or Innocense of Moyer, Haywood and Pettlbone In their present terrible position. We hope they are Innocent and will be proved to be ao. I but what we want to point out Is that their . Innocense of the preferred charge against 1 lhm Will w. H ...In..,,,... w n.. t D. them from the charge of preaching au In- is da Prlngle, . editor of the Labor World of Idustrlal and social policy that Pittsburg, tonight received the following letter from President Roosevelt In ac knowledgment of ajn editorial recently published In his paper In connection with the Moyer-Haywood controversy: THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON, May 1. 1807. My Dear Prlngle: Noth'ng (hat has been spoken or written that I save seen of the Moyer-Haywood conuov. trey hes pleased me so much as your letter nd editorial. In my letter I wished to drive a wedge li between the honest, law abiding man with whom J feel such hearty lympathy, and. thone worst foes of the movement who preach anarchy and lawless violence, Just aa 1 wish to see a weuge driven between the capitalist who Is an vppreftaor or swindler snd thi capitalist who mr.lnar to the best Interests of the wage workers of the country." With atl good wishes, believe me sin cerely yours. (Signed) THEODORE ROOSEVELT. modernized In every way. The firs will COX DECLARES FOR TAFT former Cincinnati taJr f ars Ohio Should rapport fwrrsUry for Frssidtiit FORAKER TO BE , RE-ELECTED SENATOR Tills Cow.sroie.tee, Ho Thinks, Will Refleet Heaer sad Glory Itenahlleaaa of tho Baok eye State. CINCINNATI. May 8-Parfy harmony W. H. Taft for president. J. B. Foraker for United States senate and A. L. Hnrrle for governor Is the program advised by Oeorgo B. Cox, former republican leader In Hamilton county. In a atatement given the Associated Press today. Reports from Columbus and Washington had named Mr. Cox as engaged In the conduit Of negotia tions looking toward a compromise between the Taft and Foraker forces, but Mr. Cox denied such suggestions. "As far as I am concerned," he said, "there Is absolutely nothing to this talk. I have retired from active participation In politics. Of course I cannot absolutely re fuse to advise with friends." Aa to the Ohio situation he said: "In my judgment the time has come for the good of the republican party that some thing should bs done. We are on the eve of next fall's election Nothing should be done to endanger party success. If you will recall, two years ago we had factional differences In the party and our ticket went down to defeat. This, I hope, will not occur again. "We must not forget that we must carry the legislature next yenr to elect a United States senator and get much-needed legis lation, and must elect a governor and other state officers. The way to do all this, I believe. Is for an republicans to put their shoulders to the wheel In their several neighborhoods snd see to It that none but true republicans represent them. Our watchword should be: "Success of the republican party," and to achieve this we should support W. H. Taft for president, J. B. Frn-aker for United States senator and A. It. Harris for governor," Foraker la Willis. When the attention of Senator Foraker was called to Mr. Cox's statement he said: "I have Just read what Mr. Cox says. If I understand him correctly, he makes a specific recommendation addressed to the republicans of Ohio as to what their action shall be in- the convention of next year. I am not sure it calls for any response from me, but Inasmuch aa you seem to think It does, I will repeat that I don't want any political honors at the hands of the republicans of Ohio, except with their hearty endorsement. Therefore, If what Mr. Cox suggests and recommends should meet with their approval, no one will sup port Secretary Taft more cordially than I shall." ' j. Charles P. Taft, editor of the Cincinnati Times-Star and brother of Secretary Taft, when shown the Cox interview said: "Mr. Cox takes a broad view of the matter. Hs sees ths opportunity , to elect another Ohio president and very wisely urges that we get together," Brovra Is for Taft. TOLEDO, O., May a. Walter F. Brown, chairman of the republican stats central committee, said he would Issue tomorrow a call for a meeting of the committee at Columbus, May 15. A large number of other prominent republicans will be In vited. An effort will be made to secure an expression in regard to the party's choice 'for thai presidential nomination and to restore party harmony. "Now that a primary election has been definitely abandoned,", said Mr. Brown, "I am very glad to put an end to any apparent mystery about my position. Sines ths state convention In 1905, over which Secretary ! Taft presided as chairman, I have believed IflflV. Ih. nltw 1 . . . this company ha. not only lighted the i h,m t0 the hlos of the repub- streetVbut furnished electric flgM. ' itrtves to do right by all his fellows the sian who Is an American citizen flrst and t capitalist second. Above all I want to FIRE RECORD. Llgrht ssd Power Plsat. ASHLAND, Neb., May 8. (Special.) The power plant of the Ashland Light, Mill and Power -company, one-half mile north of the city, waa completely destroyed by fire about t o'clock this morning, the loss amounting to &,000. with 18.500 Insurance. The company is at a loss to account for ths origin of ths (Ire. The power plant baa recently been completely rebuilt and Stars Stripes A Superior Family Deer It It made from incredtents of tho beat quality pure imported Bohemian bops, pure malt and1 water from the celebrated Willow Spring. The beat of all beera. AS PURE AS THE BUBBLING: SPRING. Order Case Delivered to Your Home. Invigorating, Strengthening and Healthful, - Fifty ($5.00) Green Trading Stamps with every case (2 dozen quart bottles) price 52.25 Thirty (11.00) Green Trading Stamps with every case (I dozen pint bottles) price 31.23 VniilowSprings Brewing Co. uA WALTER MOISE, rres. - m' practically all of the residents of the city. r. is. White, manager of the company, announces that the plant will be rebuilt Immediately. In the meantime the com pany Is considering several ways of con tinuing the electric light services during the rebuilding of their plant on Wahoo creek. The most feasible plan that haa presented Itself Is the utilisation of power otTered by engines of Railsback Brothers' Elevator company. Ham ra- Factory. , HAMBURG, May s.-Plre broke out to day In the suburb of Bteinwaerder. In the territory of ths free harbor, on the left bank of the Northern Elbe. The Schlle monn mineral wax factory will probably be a total loss. The flames threaten to leap over the middle channel and Ignite tho lumber yards. DEATH RECORD. O. C. Tread way. 8IOUX CITT, la.. May g.-(Speclal Tele gram.) O. C. Treadway, ths oldest member of the Sioux City bar, died today. He was 7t yeara old and had lived in Sioux City fifty years. Of floe 1407 Haroey 8t rhone I). 1800. Ilrfwery, 8rd an'l Hickory St. Phone D. 1685. FORECAST 0FJTHE WEATHER Partly dowdy la Nebraska Today, Cooler la Afteraooa Night Fair Tasaorraw. WASHINOTON. May a.-Foreeaat of ths weather fer Thursday and Friday: For Nebraska and South Dakota Partly cloudy Thursday, cooler la the afternoon or night; Friday, fair. For Iowa Fair Thursday; Friday, fair and cooler. For Kansas Fair and warmer Thursday; Friday, fair. For Missouri-Fair Thursday, warmer In northeast portion; Friday, fair. For Colorado rartly cloudy Thursday, showers In the afternoon or night in east portion; Friday, fair. Local ReeoreV H. V. HA Y WARD, ' Tree. ff-'S?WS t office of Tim wfather bttrbau. OMAHA. May l.-Omcial record of i?! the corresuoni preclpiuttlon, compared with I on,1u manner, ding day of the Vast three alght and in the and I heartily favor the movement to so cure for him an unequivocal endorsement at this time. "In my Judgment the meeting of the party leaders and Joint committees at Columbus next week will result In unanimous ex pression In favor of Secretary TafC" NEBRASKA FROM DAY TO DAY Ctualat and Curious Feat ares af Life la a Rapidly Grewlsg State. Kearney Sees the Limit Fishing Is mighty poor when a boy would rather bs In school. Kearney Democrat It la to be hoped that the temperature will not make up the present deAclency before the first of November. The smile under the hat is an Indication as to whether the spading Is for a future garden or for fish worms. The school base ball scores are of greater Interest, If of less Importance, than examination papers at this time. Lateness of ths season renders Improb able an emergency rate on Nebraska fruit during the first yesr of the railway com mission. Kansas Is disseminating a parasite for the green bug. If It will keep tioth bugs to Itself Nebraska will be content to let well enough alone. Sines ths Gage county "bridge graft" has Inspired a Beatrice poet, ths guilty parties msy throw themselves on U mercy of the court. Heredity Heredity la a great thing. Carl ' Relchs can hunt rabbits hi more ways than one, and do It successfully; bis son can play a half doaen musical Instruments at one time, and do It well. Norfolk Newa Fish Story From Blair A catfish, wekrh tna over twenty-nine pounds, was caught by Captain Dodd last week In a rather He set four lines over Oh! The Pleasures of moving day- f ripping up carpets and stalr-roda, of breaking in a new boase and fitting stovepipe, of eating your meals on tbe kitchen stairs and waiting for tbe plumbers and gas men. There Is a Joy that Is naconflned in all this and you can have It easily once a year, but do you want UT Wouldn't It be better to escape It by owning a home of your pwa? If you have some cash or a clear lot, we can no doubt help you get the home. If you are thlaklng of thla better way, see Tha Conserrative Savings and . Loan Association, 1614 Harney Street. Geo. T. Gllmore, Pres. faul W. Kuhnt, 8ec'y and Traa. , i ih,.. alrM and in the morning be discovered that vears; lrr ions ivt i . ... - , . - .i v.,. Maximum temperature.... 7 T W i ' " "7 Vk . J .i. Minimum teniDerature.... m ii ?! in ths tail and one hock In ths fish s mouth. -s . - w -w i am temperature U 47 60 ft ; freclpltatluo ft) .OS T .jj 1 Temperature and nreclnltailnn d.niH,.. front the normal at Otncha aloce March L snd coinrai-Uons with ths last two years Normal temperature as Deficiency for the day Total denclency since March i. VM.... ".' To Non-si prerlplistlon u Inches Deficiency for the dy it Inch Precipitation since March 1 l.si Inch Itoflelency since March 1. 1S07.. ,. 4. k Inches Kxceaa for cor. period, I'jOS &2 Inch Deficiency foe cor. period, l0t 71 Inch Heports from Statloas at T P. M. Station and "tats Tamp. Max. Rain- of Weather. lam. Temn. .fail. Fiamarck, clear 64 Cheyenne, partly cloudy... t Chicago, clear 42 Davenport, partly cloudy., 4 Dwnver, eioudy 64 Havre, pajtly cloudy... 40 Hflana, clear Huroa, clear Nor to Platte, clear Omaha, clear Rapid City clear ,(4. loula, cloudy . fit. Paul, claar , Halt Lake City, clear.. Valentine, clear V 11 list on. eioudy T Indicates trace of preclpltattoa. U A. WELttll, Lucal r ureca.ter. 4 a . 4 . 44 45 44 . J . M 44 . m u it ' 44 74 70 74 7 71 47 M 47 W M 7J 61 In trying to get away front the first hook, ths fish. In bis struggles thrashing about, ran afoul of ths other three llnea Blair Pilot. Jealous Man 1 always feel Ilka throw ing a man into ths street when I hear htm ordering his wife to not carry ths baby around the house for tear of "spoiling" .World Wags Well On AFTER BREAKFAST POSTUM rooD corrcc "Ther.. a Reason." ,, M.M.U,,,, i ncnFECT MAIL ORDEIt RETIVICK IQth AND HOWARD ri:itn:n rilOAK OltOKIl REHVICU In All Omaha Thoro Is No Such Bargains as iho Daylight Store Offers Thursday 25c Sales for Thursday Undermuslln Drawers, Lace In sertion and Edgings, plain, tucked and hemstitched, special Thursday at 25c. Corset Covers Ijics Beading with ribbon and embroidery trimming. Children's Munltn Drawers and Skirts All this -undermuslln Is on the basis of last year's pur chase and worth 35c and 45c, Thursday's sale, garment 25t Ladles Percale Wrappers, all col ors, sites 33 and 34 only, and worth 1.?5, Thursday only 49 Ladies' Hubbard Aprons, fine Gingham full sleeves, Thursday only 59 Ladles' Sateen Petticoats ruffled, Striped or flounces, one dollar skirt, Thursday only, each 50 ANOTHER GREAT DRESS GOODM UARGAIN. 2 big tables filled full of the very choicest Dress Goods, In all the new plaids, checks and pretty novelties, also a fine assortment of black goods. The regular price of this Immense collection Is 11.00 and $1.25 yard. They all go on sale Thursday for, per yard 69i B CENTS 7 CENTS 10 CENTS Take your choice of this superior assortment of fine linen, Lawn and Nainsook Turnover Collars, fancy embroidered in over 50 as sorted patterns, worth regularly 10c and 20c each for 10c, 7c and 5 German Val Lace Rale One great bargain table heaped with new German and French Val Laces, instrtlons to match, 4 to S In. wide, great assortment of desir able patterns, values up to 20c yard, special, the bolt 45c; the yard 4 $1 Shower Proof Fou lards, Thursday, 75c A choice selection of Navy , Blue Foulards with all the slsea In white polka and coin dots. This beautiful silk Is absolutely spot proof and sold every place at $1.00 a yard. For Thursday only, per yard . . . 75 RARGAIN HANDKERCHIEF HALE TIH'RSDAY. A tremendous stock of Ladles' and Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs to. be sold at a very low price-' ladles' convent made, Irish Linen sun bleached, pufe linen, and men's all linen full.slied hand kerchiefs, all hand embroidered initial, and ladles' satin barred all linen handkerchiefs. This' Kreat lot Is worth 25c each. Sale price Thursday . ,154 and 10S plenflld Yeloeo la Hovse-oleantng aad Household Utilities Oat Basement Store is a Treasure Mease of Chances to Bavs Money, Our successful Uace Curtain sal has rnui.e.1 many sMIfiflcrt Customers, and for more ntlfai'tlnn we name some extra vnltu-a for Thursdity. IH yard Nottingham Curtains, fins Brussel.1 Net Kfreets, with rich borders worth 14. SO pair, Thursday, per pslr ... , . tt 9a 1-yard Nottingham Curtains, Cable Net effects, with handsome borders.' worth .50 pair, Thursday only, per pair 85 100 pairs sssorted lot Nottingham Curtains, that are worth $2.25 a pair, on sale Thursday for, per pair o0 wssmng agaonlm The Manic Motor ran he at-. mcnea o your raucei ana me power or the city water does the work, prle ...I-IOS O. K. WeMiIng Machines (like cut), only $5 91 8Rc sine Wash Boards for Jle Clothes Pins, per dosen lo Wire Fly Bcreenlng, per square foot j0 Poultry Netting tin full rolls), hundred sq. ft. 60o . In small quantities, per foot to Screen Doors. Window Screens, all widths and sixes. Rubber Oarden Hose, 4-ln. In diameter, with good rubber tube, fully warranted, at. a ft. )2c and 10o TBY TBI GKBAT WHITE OBOCEHY Olf TBI TRIAD FX.OOB OF TBI DAYLIGHT STOBX. 4 pkgn. Uneeda Fllsculta, per pound.., ISo Fresh Milky Cocoanuts, ench...t 4o neanpl hRt on the market. In snlendld svrups and sanltnry cans. 25c can, per dosen., 12.35 New, reliable Flour and Vegetable 8eeds, 3 packages for 10c Assorted Pnhlla Bulbs, each..... , v 5" The colossal Blue Blbbon Cheese la still on exhibition coma and see It before it's cut. Still some unsold pieces; price 25o per pound snd 15.00 In gold free. If you are unable to come, phone your order and we will prs- ki.rv. It for vnll TXVITXI ABTD IVR OASBgv. Good, strong, brass bound. 24-1n. fiber Bult est that are worm ll.ZB, 'i nursnay oniy Leather Suit 'Cases, nicely finished with T3 Did You Miss Your Chicago Tribune Last Night? rbons Douglas 8948 and let ma gst yotur anmber rigat. BAILEY MACH DENTISTS Third Floor, Ptxtoi Block Highest Grade Dentistry. him. A child will be a baby onfy a little while at best, and If a mother derives any pleasure carrying the baby around, ihs should certainly be permitted to do so. Thero are not nearly so many "spoiled'' babies as there are spoiled husbands. The trouble Is, such a man wants his wife to devote her time to him Instead of baby. Annie Vlo dates In Auburn Granger. Economical Ministers Yesterday a Fre mont divine, who travels as a missionary, had occasion to go to Falls City, Neb. He could hsve bought a ticket straight through to the town at the t-cent rate, but the price would have been greater than half of a t-cent fare. The minister might also buy a ticket In Iowa for Falls City, and his permit would be good there. Bo he went from Fremont to Council Bluffs, la.,' get ting half the S-cent rate to that place be cause It Is not In Nebraska. Then at Coun cil Bluffs he bought a ticket for Falls City, and again secured advantage of the i ministerial permit because It was Inter- ' state business agnln. In this manner sev- ' era! Fremont ministers have been making use of their half-rate permits when they found It necessary to go to Nebraska towns that were some distance away. They went to Council Bluffs at half fare and then bought their ticket to their destination at half fare again. "I make frequent trips to Omaha and I buy all my tickets to Coun cil Bluffs," said a well-known Fremont preacher this morning. "I ean buy a round trip ticket to the Iowa town at 1H cents a mils, and sines it is only Ave miles beyond Omaha, I make a saving. Of course It is not necessary for ma to take advantage ef ths railroad by compelling It to carry ms any further than Omaha. Bo I get off there and ths railroad company and myself both have profited." Fremont Tribune. Who is to bo Qucon of Pay ? May Festival in the Streets of Paris Auditorium. May 20th to Juns 1st, Incluslva This la ths same elaborate soealo twprodnetioa of ths most famous streets and shops of beautiful Varia, as originated by Mrs. rotter Palmer ana prvauoea wiin suon pnsBomena saoosss la uuoago. A "Queen of the May1 will be ohossa by popular vote, lady reoelTlns; the most votes will bo crowned with slaborat ana presented with a handsome diamond ring. The young lady standing second and third In ths eonteet will be raised to tho rank of prlnoesses aad respectively presented with a solid gold bracelet and nsoklaos. Tho young elaborate ceremonies YOTB YOB YOUB CBOXOB Till oat this coupon, and with one sent for each vote, deposit either at . Beaton's, Myers a SiUoa or Sherman at MoOonasU Drug Stores, kiss... tree. 4 kf AMUSEMENTS. BOYD'S wajs Msr8 I BtATIBEES. Lew Dockstader's Minstrels Burwood SKAKON THIS AmBHOOW TOWIQKT The Adventures of Lady Ursula Mats. Thurs.-Sat. NEXT WEEK EVA- LANG SEARCH FOR TRAIN ROBBERS Three Men Arrested aa Baaaleloa la Ylelalty af Batte aad Poaao Is till at Work. BUTTE, Mont., May 1 With throe sus pects and a witness In ths custody of the sheriff, the poeae Is still searching for the trail of the masked men who held up ths North Coast limited at Welsh's Spur yes terday and murdered P7ng1ner Clow and wotinded Fireman Bulllvan. More than fifty men are patrolling the ridge of tho divide east of Butte, where the dogs lost ths trail yesterday. Robert McDonald was arrested at Wood vtlle last night. He denies any connection with tbs Clow murder. Hs is a marina engineer and worked recently In Beattle. William Powers, arrested In Wcodvtlls yesterday, and William Crawford, who aays ha met the robbers on Up of the express car Just before they opened firs, still ars In custody. , A dispatch from Oreat Falls says two men. heavily armed, were arrested there today upon the arrival of a Oreat Northern train from Butts. Their names have not, been learned, but they ars being held uprg suspicion. Winter things are shelved. New Spring Brown Worsteds that we secured from the Hudders field District, England, because of the alertness of our special Resi dent English Buyer, are making a great hit with men who Invari ably make a hit with their attire. We have 8 different shades of brown snd no one knows how many different patterns, ranging from quite noticeably contrasting plaids of blue to the quiet, unob trusive dark green thread patterns.' We are making them to measure for $40. Other suits 115 to 50. M.cCARTnY.WILSON TAILORING CO. 'Phone Doug. IMS. 894-MS B. Uth fit. Near B. W. Cor. 11 h and Farnara fit. Open Evenings. -. Sp ecialists WE COMPREHEND every branch of the Tailoring business from wearer to wearer. We ax gpex-iallftte In the .Tailor's Craft. We have rdeas that are helpful to those who come to us. We supply a knowledge which the public cannot possess. Trastrjt5tu512 Silts $20 ti .50 Saowateria at Hires, HURON, 8. D May . (Special. )Tha third snow storm during ths present month prevailed hers Tuesday morning. Tbs tem perature here moderated and tow snow melted rapidly. Tho ground is thoroughly saturated, . and although farm work has been greatly delayed, and the season un usually backward, there Is an fears but that ths crops will "boom" when warm weather sets In. Ths greatest delay Is In plowing for corn, ths grouad bvlng to wet In most places for that work and ths acre ags planted to that crou may bs smaller than Ust year. - VflLUAM JCRRSUa CONS, 4 f 11 V"-iisasa V The Paxton Cafe Cuisine is Flea the Most raatUlsma. TX1 HIT OF ' BTBBTTaTXBO TMB MAJtKBT arroaas, srzoiAi. boost kVicnoi, Frtcea tc suit ail. .... Omaha May Festival BOYD'S Katlass Today Artists' Bedtal Toniffht, "ELIJAH" Claud Cunningham. Baritone: John U. Miller, Tenor; Lillian Trench Bead, So prano; Rosalie Wlrlhlln. Contralto) Carlo Fischer, 'Cellist. OsUgA VBXI.KABMOBTO OBCBHSTBA Festival Chorus, Ira 11. Pennlman, Director Beats now on sale. MATir.cc TODAY "fH.u.. vHIUDRRN ISs. TONIGHT s:15 FRICEB-Wo. Be, KM. Phonc DOUG. 25c .IRUG THEATER Toalght and Balanes This Wssk Ths Powerful Comedy-Drama, THE BAKKETS CHILD nn Ths Convict's Dan rh ter. teat. BASF BALL VINTON ST. PARK OMAHA vs. LINCOLN May 6, 7, 8, 9 GAMES CALLED 3:45 P. M. First Annual Dall Given by LADner avxtliabt, bbastob bo. . BATioarAX. Asa. or isttis oab- auaSi at Bteraad'a Daaoiag Aoaaeaiy, mnasath aad Baraey Its. FRIDAY KVKN1.NO. L.Y 10. 1007 Admission, 10c per coupl.. Estra lady. tSo THE STEAMER " OMAHA" and BARGE "LOUISE' Opens regulsr escurston season May ISth, at I p. in. aud I p. m. Kxuurslon dutea ar ranged for parties and !dif-s. No other boat ean land you ut eltlivr Dark up or down the river, or give a Ix-neft wj owa both. For lurmi and Information address Chee. Jordan. Phous Red 7544. or XouS V. Uuys, Red 3 167.