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    THE OMAHA DAILY DEE: THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1907.
TXX.EFHOHS DOT701VAS 1 tllCEII AX I. DtPUTKEVTI
Special sale of Women's
Gloves Thursday, pair, 49c
. Higbt when most needed come? this clean-up pale,
consisting of broken lines of short "Kayser" gloves, in
silk net, silks and lisles, color? gray, mode, pongee,
brown, black and white; most of these gloves sold reg
ular at $1. On salt Thursday at center bargain table
at 49c pair.
Special Sale of Buttons.
In Economy BiNmiit
Fancy trlmmlnc buttons in red, blue,
green, gilt and silver, good qual
ities, sold regular at 85c to 75o per
dosen, on sale Thursday, dozen.. Be
The Real Indian Head
Bleached Shrunk Muslin for
Ladies' White Suits
It fnay be of Interest to you to
know that there Is only one genuine
Indian Head Shrunk Muslin, In fact
this name Is registered. In spite of
this there are Inferior grades adver
tised as Indian Head which are not.
Look for the label "Indian Head
Mills", which Is found on every bolt
of real Indian Head Muslin.
For the genuine come to Thompson,
Belden Co', it Inches wide, 15o
yard; 45 Inches wide, 10c yard.
East basement
Bargain Square in Basement.
New Persian Challlea, regular 7o
quality, on sale Thursday at, per
yard 8Ho
Special Sale White Goods
Thursday.
Thursday morning we will place on
special sale 100 pieces of our lc
whits India Ltnone for Be per yard.
It yards to a customer.
No tclcphons orders filled on this
India Llnon.
pedal Sals of Plain White Zlnsn
Baitings.
36-Inch 60c Whits L,lnen Suitings,
Thursday's prtco, 35c.
S-lnch 40o White Linen Suitings,
Thursday's price, iffic yard.
t-lnrh 85c White Linen Suitings,
xnursaay s price, &c vara.
8G-lnch 75a White Linen Suiting
Thursday s price, 60c yard.
Special Bals Walt Dotted Swiss.
Thursday we will place on sale 60
piece of our fine 8&0 Dotted Swisses
at lDc per yard.
Special Bals Wilts India Unon
Thursday.
All 15o White India Llnon, Thurs
day. 8 1-Sc yard.
All 20c White India Llnon, Thurs
day 12 Ho ynrd.
All 2f.c White India Llnon, Thurs'
dav, 16c yard.
Bals Whits X.ong Cloth Thursday.
All 12 40 White Long Cloth, Thurs
day's price 8 1-So yard.
1
ngs.
Howard, Cor. 16th Bt.
Bee 5-22-07.
Open Saturday Krsnlngs
ARBITRATION CAINS POWER
Opening of IsAe fcohonk Conference TaVei.
Flaoe with Fotab'e ddrrnet-
WOULD MAKE HAGUE COURT OF NATIONS,
"resident Nicholas Murray Duller.
, Discusses General Situation Fol
lowed by Address by Uen
jamtn J, TrneMood.
LAKB MOHONK, N. T., May 22-Thc
Lake Mohonk conference on International
arbitration opened Its thirteenth annual
session today, The election of officers re
sulted as follows:
President Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler,
New York.
. Secretary to the Conferencc-Cllnton XI.
Woodruff, Philadelphia.
Permanent Corresponding Secretary
II C. I'hllllps, Mohonk Luke
Treasurer Alexander C. Wood, Camden.
N. J.
, President Butler of Columbia university.
In bl address at the opening, advocated
that the question of disarmament be
avoided at this conference, but that the
restriction of further growth of great
armies and navies be urjrod. He also sug
gested some recommendations for the
coming conference at The Hague. He said
In put:
Address by President Butler.
' ' Unless all signs fall, we are entering
, wpon a period which may l described
fittingly as one of Internationalism. Intra
national development Is a happy augury
for the International era which Is openlnir.
Like an Individual, a nation hns a mind
and a conscience, and It hns them In a very
real sense. One of the chief problems of
our time Is to bring the nations' minds
and the nations' consciences to bear on
tiie moral problems Involved In Interna
tional relations. This Is a step In the
moral education o fthe world. The more
Ferfect and complete morality of the
uture Is itself to be the product of the
incomplete and Imperfect, but always Im
proving, morality of the ptist and of the
present.
It Is a mistake In history and an error
In ethics to apply the standards and Ideals
of one period to the deeds and uccoin-
tliuhments of nn earlier one. Then man
ind was an earlier and a cruder being
than he Is today. Moreover,' the nations
and their forms of government were only
n the making and there Is no possible
parallel with present condition. The
crucial question is not. will our standards
and Ideals apply backward, but will they
not apply forward? Our political systems,
our ethical standards, and our moral as
pirations, are a development and are In
development today.
From the forthcoming Haquo conference
we should ask, I think, chiefly two things,
and If either of them should be given us.
a long step forward -vould be taken. We
should ask that tiro permanent court b-
truiwformed from a seml-dlplomatic Into
a truly Judicial tribunal, and wo should
ask that The Hague conference, now as
sembling for the second time at the call
of a monarch, be made to assemble auto
matically hereafter at regular Intervals,
say once In four or five years. In the
stated reassembling of The Hague con
ference lies the germ of the International
parliament "which will some day come Into
being.
There Is another aspect of International
relations In time of war which has not
attracted the attention It deserves. The
suggestion that neutrality should extend to
financial assistance has not been brought
forward by Impracticable men.
Present status of Arbitration.
The present status of the present Inter
national arbitration movement was the
Orchard & Wilhelm
( niq-lfc.lS S. 16th Street
LACE CURTAINS
Right now, when fresh new curtalua ur moat needed, w offer
you value that can't be duplicated. The collection comprises the
choicest designs, and embraces a wide variety of Qualities. Hundreds
are taking advantage of these reductions. Why not you?
CIXNY CURTAIN'S All linen edge on triple thread French net.
2 yards long an exceptional value per pair $2.33
$7.60 Irish point curtains, in two to four pair lots some are slightly
soiled special, per pair 3.75
. SEE Ol ll
$10.00 Cluny Curtains for $6.95
$16.00 Battenberg Curtains for $10.50
$J0.00 Point d'Arab Curtains for $14.25
,$30.00 Duchess Curtains for .- .$21.50
$37.60 Saxony Brussels Curtains for $28.75
46-ln. Madras, white or colored, per yard 34
30-ln. Madras, side border, stained glass effect, per yard G5
SC-in. Trench Taffeta, all colors 21
subject of an address delivered by BenJ
mln J. Trueb ood, secretary of the Araer
lean Peace society, Boston, who said In
part:
The movement In whose behalf we have
gathered again has reached a stags of
peculiar Interest. It contains features
which may well fit the closest attention
ana even nwimpn int solicitude ox sll
moe woo muur Hrm water) lor Ins per
manem pence oi ine w"a The move-
muni in some ieaiurt seems to hsvs
reacnea prariirai sianasiui. No addl
tional treaties of obligatory arbitration h.
tweeh the nations In I'aris hi.e been con-
cnmea since we met isst May. Nor hnj
any advancement been msde at Washlna
ton toward the removal of the itlmirM.
tnent between the president and the senate
wincn ieu to ma isuure or tne trestles
signed by the late Becretary Hay. Again,
The Hague court has not bed any contro
versies reierreu in u wunin tne year.
J-.ven outside or l he Hague court there
has been almost nothing In the way of
aroursuon.
It would seem, then, at first slant, that
arbitration which hns been so prevalent In
recent years, is going out of fashion and
Is to fall again into dlsiiFe. But such a
suggestion Is as far as possible from being
a true Interpretation of the situation. The
Hague court. It Is true, has had no new
business, but the reason Is that there havs
been no disputes of Importance between
the parties whlcb are parties to It. To ar
bitrate disputes Is an excellent thing, but
It Is a still "more excellent way" so
to live as not to nave quarrels.
Three Speeches In Evening;.
The second session of the Mohonk con
ference on International arbitration this
evening had as Its main topic, "The Coming
Hague Conference."
The first speaker of the evening was
former Ambassador to Germany Andrew D.
White. He was followed by Chief Justice
Simeon E. Baldwin of the supreme court
of Connecticut.
Bartlett Tripp of South Dakota, former
ambassador to Austria, said that ho spoke
as a layman rather than as an authority
like those who had preceded.
The last speaker of the evening was John
Barrett, director of the International Bu
reau of American Republics, who discussed
Pan-American Interests In International arbitration.
TEMPERANCE FIGHT SETTLED
(Continued from First Page.)
men, licentiates, helpers and teachers, 441
organised churches, with 70,447 communi
cants. The total receipts of the board from all
sources, churches, Sunday schools, Young
People's societies, Individuals and legacies
for the year were $1,227,931.34. The board
closed the year without deficit. It carries
over, however, a debt of previous years of
something like (96,000.
The report summarises the special char
acteristics of the work for the ecclesiasti
cal year ending April 30 as follows:
1. The growth of Belf support.
3. The development of ecclesiastical life
In the churches In Japan. The churches
are asking for self government. In China
and In other missions the drift Is In the
same direction.
S. The development of spiritual minded
men In the native church, notably In China
and Corca, where leaders are rising who
seem to be men of more than ordinary
Spiritual power.
i. The revival spirit seen In many mis
sion Holds, especially In China, India and
Core a.
Do not take a substitute for Chamber.
Iain's Ccugh Remedy. It hns no equal.
DEATH RECORD.
Joseph M. Dickson.
BIOITX FALL8, 8. D., May 22. (Special.)
Information has reached here of the
death at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Itooney of Flandreau, of Joseph M. Dlclc
son, one of tho pioneer settlers of Minne
haha county. The remains will be brought
to Bloux Falls Thursday afternoon for In
terment In Mount Pleasant cemetery.
David W. Morrison.
GR1NNEL.L, la.. May 22. (Special Tele
gram.) David W. Morrison, a prominent
attorney and politician of this city, dropped
dead In his yard about 3 o'clock this after
noon. He had been In a highly nervous
condition for some time and under the
care of a physician. Appolexy probably
was the Immediate cause of death.
Grorv Henry Klnch,
LONDON, May 22. George Henry Finch,
known as "the father of the House of
Commons," having represented Rutland In
the house for forty years, died today.
JAP ROSE bath soap lathers freely In all
kinds of water. For use in HARD WATER
Its strongest point. KIRK'S druggist,
grocers.
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WILLLOW SPRINGS
Stars and Stripes Beer
As Pore As the Entbling Spring.
Made from pure, sparkling spring water from
the celebrated Willow Springs, by skilled brew
masters. Only the choicest malted barley and pureBt
quality Imported Bohemlun hops are used in its
making.
It Is the Ideal family Doer. Order a case for
your home today.
Fifty ($5.00) Green Trading stamps with every
case (2 dozen quart bottles) .nice. . .. .2.25
Thirty ($3.00) Green Trading Stamps with every
case (t dozen pint bottles) price 91.25
Willow Springs Brewing Co.
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HYMENEAL
HynrU-HlnvnkH.
Anton' Hynek and Miss Hedllcka Hlavaka
were married Wednesday morning by
County Judge Leslie at his ofllce at the
court house. They were attended by Ed
ward J. Hynek and Miss Matilda Hlavaka.
The brldo wore a gown of white, with a
bridal veil, and carried flowers. Tho
bridesmaid was also gowned In white.
llntbock-IlTYlnrll.
DONO PINE, Neb.. May 22 (Special.)
Mr. Will Hufbuck and Miss Barbara
Dwlnell, both o( bong Pine, were mar
ried Monday evening at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs McMahon, In the pres
ence of a few relatives. Rev. Dillon of
the Methodist church performed the ceremony.
WAL1EU MOiKK. Pre. H. y, HAVWAHl), Treas,
OffU'o 1407 Harney Bt I'houe 1. 13O0.
Urewery, 3rd and Hickory bts. Itionc li. 1683.
1
III
Home Ownership
is the highest sign of civilization. Do you live in your own home,
or do you move about like the early tribesmen? If you are dead In
earnest about getting a home, call in and see us and we will assltt you.
Lowest rates, largest reserve.
Conservative Savings and Loan Assoc'aticn.
' 1614 Harney Strt.
tiro. V. Uilniore, Prrwltlrnt. Paul W. Kobna, Secy. an Tresvs.
Bad Symptoms."
The woman who has periodical hM"
aches, backache, sees imaginary dark,
fcpots or specks flouting or dancing before
her cyevuaycnawliig distress or heavy
full lecllng yfi Jioinoch, faint spells, drag
glng -downAeellng In lower abdominal or
pelvic rogfori, easily startled or excited,
irregulrfror p.ilnf ul periods, with or with
out (Hvlc catyrrh, Is suffering from
weaktiifeiesaniWierangenients thiit should
havo efiy aUvntion. Not all of above
ymptorl aye likely to be present in any
caw; at oieimo.
Keglecbyd or badly treated and such
raaee y(n run Into maladies which do
man t&e surgeon's knite if they do not
refilalaliy.
No medicint
inl r. ti iti o
nntKtgwh a Inn
iUiriVW.LrM'wfiL.vi r.Hr'Uu ij
h Ur, lVrc s Tavn.-tie Prena
, fo )V'JT.-Tr,e li.n Mu-h slro.ig
fc, inyr.MllelilA-mirta imi-.i.. llf I any
'I'llliW."' ";lii'-tfv riiii-i.rofesliii-Hl !.,
tlim The very u-st IngredienU
known u medical science for the cure of
woman's peculiar ailments enter into Its
eompoftttinn. No alcohol, harmful, or
habit-formlns drug is to to found In the
list of Ui Ingredients printed on each
bottle-wrapper and at ton led under oath.
In any condition of tho female system,
Pr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription can do
only good never barm. Its whole effect
Is to strengthen. In viiiorate and regulate
the whole female syktcra and especially
tho pelvic organs. When thoee are de
ranged in function or affected by disease,
the stomach and other organs of digestion
become sympathetically deranged, the
nerves are weakened, and a long Us! of
bad, unpleasant symptoms follow. Too
much must not be expected of this "Fa
vorite Prescription. It will not perform
miracles: will not cure tumors no med
icine will. IttPiU often prnmt them, If
taken in time, and thus the operating
table and the surgeon's knife may Us
avoided.
Women suffering from disease of long
Standing, are Invited to consult Doctor
llwrce by lettor, free. AM correspond erica
hrld as strictly private and sacredly
confidential Adoree Dr. IL V. Pierce,
Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser (1000 pages)
Is tint res on receipt of 21 one-cent
Stamps for paper-covered, or 81 stamp
lur cioth-boaadoopy. Address as a buva.
HEARING UN JOINT RATES
Eailroadi Cootsnd A rait it ippllcatiot bt
the Diitanoa Tariff.
SHIFPERS INSISTENT IN ITS FAVOR
Also I ; nllrads Absorb Tramsfer
Cbarsres Claim la Made laterstate
Jvlat nates Are Lower Tbaa
Iowa Tariff.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE3 MOINES, May 23. (Specials-Railroad
men were agreed and Insistent at
ths hearing given by the railroad com
mission today on the proposed Joint rats
schedule that the rate should not be a
blanket rate. The shippers wers agreed
and Insistent that the rate should be a
blanket rate and that the rate should be
the Iowa distance tariff rates applied as
though the shipment were over a single
line of railroad and that the railroads
absorb the transfer charges.
There were nearly forty railroad men
present at the hearing today and as many
shipper. The forenoon session of tho
commission was somewhat Informal, J. C.
Davis, attorney for the Northwestern,
spoke for the railroads. He wanted the
shippers to be heard first on the proposi
tion, but stated that the railroads would
oppose a blanket rate. He argued that
the commission should In making up a
schedule of Joint rates put In specific rates
for specific shipments. He argued that on
a shipment of low gTade freight where
the line delivering the shipment has but
four miles In some Instances that he could
name, would ?ret but &7 cents on a car
of tile or brick. At the same time he ar
gued that the delivering line would have
a car belonging to the originating line f.-r
three days or more without tiie owner of
the car getting any compensation. His
flqiires were based on the Idea of the
Joint rate being 80 per cent of the two
locals.
Senator Jamison of Page county, who Is
the author of the law, spoke for the Phen- I
andoah shippers. He agreed with others
that the specific rates urged by the rail
roads would be rates "only In spots" and
that the shipper would never know what
he had. Ho argued that the Joint rate
should be the Iowa distance tariff applied
as though It were a shipment over one
line of railroad snd that the railroads
absorb the transfer charges. He and oth
ers argued to the commission that the
railroads make Just such a rnte now on
Interstate shipments.
The Idea that the rate should be 110
per cent of the distance tariff rate for the
entire distance was equally objectionable
to both sides. To the railroads because it
Is a blanket rate and to 'the shippers be
cause they claim It Is too hlRh.
During the discussion Mr. Martin of Du
buque argued that the Interstate Joint
rates are less than the Iowa distance tariff.
Ho wanted the Interstate rates nut In
Dlllen Turney of Fairfield, ' representing
the wagon manufacturers, argued that
anything other than a blanket rate would
be a discrimination and would recounts
some points to the detriment of others.
ti. R. Rosebrook, n coal mine operator of
Oscaloosa, told the commission that ten
years ago he sold coat all through north
western Iowa where now he enn sell noth
ing but a little steam coal. He claimed
that the Interstate Joint rates put In by
the railroads voluntarily are less than the
Iowa distance rates. W. C. Staloy, rep
resenting a tine of grocery house, argued
that the proposed tatos pf the New York
Central and other eastern lines are lower
than In Iowa and that the Indiana rates
are 33 per cent lower.
The hearings will continue tomorrow.
Printer Commits Suicide.
Brooding over the faot that he had killed
a man In Salt Lake City ten years ago,
Thomas D. Hughes of 817H Tenth street.
shot and kliled himself today In the edi
torial rooms of the Register and Leader.
Hughes had been prominent for years In
printing circles. He was at one time a del
egate from the local printers' union to tho
natlonul convention. At his trial In Bait
Lake City Hughes was acquitted of the
murder by the Jury without Its leaving
the Jury box on the showing of self-de
fense. He leaves a wife and four children.
Consolidation Carries.
At the special election held In Des
Moines yesterday the proposition to con
solidate all the territory lying Inside tho
city limits Into one school district carried
by a vote of 8.078 to Mi. It wad learned to
day that Attorney Halloran, acting for
the people of Valley Junction, whoso school
district Is thus divided, will bring action
In quo warranto to test the constitutionality
of the law under which the proposed con
solidation Is to take place.
Road Abolishes Pnnaensrer Train.
Tho Great Western hns given official no
tice that it will abolish the. passenger train
between Marshalltown and Des Moines. It
Is Intimated that this Is because of the
2-ccnt fare law. The train has, however,
not been paying. It was originally run from
Waterloo through Marshalltown to Des
Moines, but did not pay, and the Waterloo
end was cut off. It did not pay then, and
it was proposed to run It from Dubuque,
but the Information conies now that It will
bo abolished.
Line Opens In Tea Days.
Tho first trip over the Interurban between
Boone and Des Moines will be made In
about ten days. It Is expected that the
service will be opened about June 1. -4t Is
eapected to extend the Colfax line to New
ton and have It in operation about Novem
ber 1.
Lawyer May Los Voice.
Major Charles Mackensle, prominent as a
soldier of the civil war and as a lawyer
and orator since that time, may lose his
voice. He was a candidate for nomination
as attorney general on the republican ticket
at the Polk county primaries last yoar. He
at one time practiced law In Sioux City
and later In Harrison county. For some
time he has been troubled with what bp
pears to ba a growth In his throat that Is
graduully Impairing his speech. He will ge
to Chicago to consult specialists.
Daaemtnt
From 2 to 8
p. m.
51s
Fine Irpess
Ginghams,
Pretty Stripes
Plaids and
Checks that
are good
values at 8 He
Thursday, at
above time,
3H
1(1
lOth AND ' HOWARD
Sensational lay Sale
OF ALL THE SPECIAL AND REMARKABLE BARGAINS
WE HAVE HAD DURING THE SEASON THESE THURS
DAY SAVINGS ARE UPPERMOST. OFFERS LIKE THESE
COME FEW AND FAR APART AND WE ADVISE IMME
DIATE ACTION. FOR ONE DAY ONLY THURSDAY.
Casement
From 8 to 10
a. tn.
4s
A splendid
frrndo of
White India
Linen, 82-1 n.
wide and a
grand 1.V
quality. On
sale Thursday
for two hours
at 44 yd.
Two Snappy Silk Bargains Thursday
,500 yarda of an Silk: Messaltnea,
all colore; suitable for atreet and
evening wear. Theee excellent
qualities are worth and hare
sold from 65c to f 1.00 yard all
go at on price Thursday 33,
BOO yds. very handHome all silk Ti
eellnes. figured and emu.; 4:
wide, white ground, with black i
white, with grey figures; white, '
fancy heliotrope stripe; white, i
and blue, etc., worth from $1.5
$5 yard., Thursday, 98 yard
19c
Extraordinary High-Grade Cotton Wash Fabrics
An enormous lot of magnificent Wash Goods, about 1,000 pea.
of white and colored, embracing all the season's very latest
weaves, white, dotted and embroidered Swisses; ' white ground
Jacquard, with ring and coin dots; broken plaids, checks, stripes,
etc; all this great assortment will be placed on separate tables;
valuea worth 20c, 35c and to 50c yard, Thursday, 1Q.
19c
Long LiHle Gloves
12-button silk finished
lisle gloves, in black
only an exceptional
value at $1.25, Thurs
day only,
pair
98c
l&c Summer Vests, 12 He
Ladles' sleeveless low
neck lisle finished vests,
Richelieu ribbed, taped
bust, sizes E, 6, 7 a
fine 19c value,
at
12ic
DKESH SHIELDS
The famed Cant leld
stockinette shields
seamless, In sizes 2, 8
and 4 sold everywhere
at 25c, 30c and 3Sc
Thursday,
at, pair. . . .
20c
BASEMENT
9 A. M. to 12 M.
IOc
Yd.
Nurses and Red Cross
Gingham Suitings the
regular 15c grade
Thursday, at the above
time, 10c yard.
,$1500
Men's Clothing
The Man Who Knows Wears Princeton Clothrs
If you are particular about the materials and
style, fit and workmanship in your clothes
you should see the Princeton Clothing.
Their style is on a par with the exclusive
designs of tho most fashionable custom tail
ors. Many men tolerate clothes of indiffer
ent quality because they think the ready-to-wears
are all alike. Before buying an
other suit come here and let us show you a
"Princeton." You can readily see you are
looking at BETTER clothes. We have all
the new patterns in worsteds and colors
and will prove to you that
they are properly priced.
See our Princeton Clothes al
Veritable Win ? in the
Bargain Bif&ftinent
Under Muslin Samples fliursday morning
we put on sale an enormous lot of ladles'
muslin and cambric drawers, skirts, corset
covers and night gowns, all from a clean-up
purchase of an eastern mill mostly very
elaborate lace trimming. Prices range from
19 to $2.00.
Children's Fine White Dresses Hand tucked,
lace and embroidery trimmed; 8, 10 and 12
years, worth to $4.00, Thursday, each.Og
Gingham and Percale Dresses Ages 1, 2, 3
and 4 years; nice made and trimmed, Thurs
day only 25
Hoys' White Blouse Waists Slightly mussed
from handling; worth up to 75c, Thursday,
25c and 10
Children's Jackets Sizes 3 to 10 years, a big
assortment; Just right for school; worth
$3.15 to $5.00; Thursday, $1.48 and..Q8
Ladies' Spring Jackets
Only about 40 left of
our NEW, this season's
jackets, In tan covert and
fancy. Prices were $4.93,
$5.95, IG.50, $7.95 and
$&.95 all Thursday, at
S3.95
Three Groat . Bargain
Ladles' white Jap silk
waists. Elaborate em
broidered fronts, all Blzes,,
at loss than cost of silk
sale Thursday morning
Mo. 1 A $2.50 WaiHts
for 81.69
No. 2 A $3.25 Waist
for 81.98
No. 3 A $4.95 Waist
for $2.95
Sale LadlcH' Skirts Thurs
day. Fine black, navy and
brown Panama, small
checks and stripes, In
new cheviots and wors
teds nil this season's
purrhose prices were
$5.95, $6.50 and $fi.95.
Thursday,
at
HASKMKNT 1
0 A. M. to 12 M.
$1.19 Pair
Fine white Nottingham
curtains beautiful pat
terns, deep borders, extra
long and wide, worth $2,
for $1.19.
$4.95
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The Daylight Sanitary Grocery Profit-Sharing Coupons
Are becoming more popular every day. See our exhibition of premiums in the Howard
St. windows. A few leaders for Thursday: ......
New Potatoes, pk 4tc Jmporiea franruriers, can 35c and
25c bottle Mixed Pickles for
Full weight, full measure and new fresh goods all the time.
Knelpp's Malt Coffee, pkg oc ooiuo mixea t'icKies ror 15
10 bars P. & G. Laundry Soaps Hoc " 'us. reeriess uayngnt Flour $t $()
The lucky one to get the $5.00 gold piece in our Blue Ribbon Colossal Cheese was Mr. Peter McHrens.
2767 Burt St., chef at the Chesapeake restaurant.
All that's good you'll find In our white grocery.
phone company of Pallas county, the Boone
County Telephone company, the Jasper
County Telephone company, the Iowa
Southern Telephone company, which main
tains twenty exchanges between Des Moines
and the Missouri line, and the Knoxvllle
Electric company, which operates in Knox
vllle, Oskaloosa and Ottnmwa.
Election Jan Twenty.
Mayor Mattern today Issued the onolal
call for tlis election to vote on the adoption
of the commission plan of government for
Des Moines and flxed the date for June m.
No rosewwlosi for Met.
The sntl-pass law has hit the lntercollegl
ato state field meet. Heretofore the rail
roads have glvsn special rates for tho track
teams and the bands, sometimes passes.
This year everybody pays the same rate.
Tin re will be five excursions run to Dps
Moines Saturday for the meet From Cedar
Falls, Waterloo and Marshalltown one ex
cursion will bear the state normut team
and those along that route. Another will
be run from Cedar Rapids for Coe and
Cornell. The Northwestorp will run one
from Ames for the Agricultural college.
The Roclt Island will run one for the Btste
university and Orlnnell, and ths fifth will
be rua from Indlanotu for Blmpson oolUge.
Blst Telphoe Merger.
At the offlcs of the county recorder to
day articles of Incorporation were filed by
the Mutual Telephone company of thta
rlty Increasing Its capital stock from MjO.QiiO
to tl. 900.0(0. The change Is preparatory to
a big telephone merger In which the local
company wilt swallow up five, neighboring
yiiMui. These are the Haw key Tele-
No external application Is equal to Cham
kovinin's Psln Balm for sore muscles er
Ilrandets Bays f.100,000 Stock.
Watch Friday evening papers for the big
announcement.
Mangum & Co., LETTER SPECIALISTS.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Showers and Cooler la Nebraska d
oath Dakota Today Fair
Tomorrow.
WASHINGTON, May B.-Forecast of the
weather for Thursday and Friday!
F r Nebraska and Eouth Dakota -Showers
and oooler Thursday; Friday fair.
For Iowa-Showers Thursday, cooler In
west portion: Friday, showers except In
northwest portion, coolor tn central and
southeast portions.
luteal Heeord.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA. May w. Unlciai record
perature ana precipimi
ihe corresponding day
years:
Maximum temperature.
Minimum temperature.
lLf.oi, tftmwrfttlira .....
Precipitation T .61 .00 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal st Omaha slnre March L
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature M
Bxcess for the day .
Ieflrleney since Msrch t ltWT ......119
Norms! preclpltstlon Is Inch
Deficiency for the day . .Winch
infl r infall sine. March 1 I V Inches
Tendency since March 1. lfT7. . S.M Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1!5.. .15 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 19CS...1.W Inches
Resorts from Stations at T P. M.
Max.
of tern
i. . ti r. r a. t with
id, v.w,,,.w ....
of the last three
1907. 190 1W6. 1904.
, (4 82 78 M
,. 64 62 68 65
5 71 68 76
The Chesapeake
New Grill Room
1512 Howard Street
Strictly Everything First Clnss.
A complete line of wines, liquors
and cigars, Imported and domestic.
Served from oar own buffet.
Merchant's Lunch
Extra Cut Roast Peef, or Special
Chicken Dinner or Regular Dinner
25o
with bottle of Burgundy
35o
TABLES RESERVED FOR LADIES
Excelsior Bar and Cafe
1204 Farnam
Open Sundays.
fit.
KNOX WE ED
The guaranteed Dandelion' Killer
manufacturered by Chase's Agricul
tural Pharmaceutical Co., Omaha.
kllls,.j.600 noxious weeds per can.
Costs $1.00 for the average lawn.
For sale by
BIATOIT SSUO CO.,
SIBHAN ft McOOUMEL DBT9 CO.
J. X. MERCHANT
WALSTFT Bix J. PHABMA.OY
40th and Cuming.
O. E. BPBAQVI, Benson.
ClABK DSTO CO., Counoil Bluffs.
HSwalplqtf
Station and State Tern,
of Weather. T p. m.
Bismarck, cloudy 68
Cheyenne, cloudy 66
Chicago, cloudy M
Dsvenport, raining ........ 71
Denver, cloudy 16
Havre, raining .'. 0
H, len a. cloudy 88
' Huron, cloudy M
Kansas City, clear St
North Platte, cloudy w
Omaha, raining 7
Papld City, cloudy ,. 68
St. IjiuIs, clear M0
St. Paul, cloudy w
fealt Laks Cliy. cloudy... TJ
Vslentlne, part cloudy W
Wllllston, cloudy
Tern.
70
74
64
74
76
46
41
6
M
84
84
60
?
ti
78
76
61
Rain
fall. .00
.00
l.Oi
.16
.00
.16
T
'. .11
.ei
.00
T
.00
.oo
.00
.00
.fiO
.00
T Indicates trace of precl4talon.
Im A. WEUHI. IjcuI Forecaster.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
tU. be m-i tot mi glXTT-riVB TBAB1 r
SllbUOK ol MirTHKK tor Ih.lr C'HII.UKgN
WH11.C 1ECTH1SO. WHS PBRFEXT SVC'CBSS. II
SOU THE! Ih. OHU. SOFTBNi tb SUMS. ilUIl
11 ralNi Cl'Rfcl WIND COUC, tu4 it lk
rn4r iar DIAHRHOBA. BolS T Drasslit
rr n si tb awls. a sara aa4 at Ir "Mrs.
WmoW' aaotkias Irnf." s4 US as otkar ki4.
Tvint tr mU bolll. GaaraulM aM tas
too n Onto A. Jan Wh, 14 sril Nttakwf
lest. AN OLI AND WBLL TB1B1 aitklKDI.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED Three experienced men .to
travel. For particulars address, with ref
erent. Drawer (mo ilealrkua. Neb.
OUR COOKING
l
IS PAR EXCELLENCE
me CALUMET
Smart Dressors
THE! man who la really looking for
something different aometblug
out of the ordinary something Indi
vidual will find among our .ttprlug
and summer fabrics the style to
please his fancy.
About 1600 styles this season. We
want you to inspect them. We desire
you to form a comparison between
Nlcoll's showing and the average dis
play about town.
Trousers $5 to $12 Salts J20 ti $59
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AIMTSHMEJVTS.
BOYD'S Mgr
Friday, Sat. Mat. and irirbt
MAUO ADAMS, in PETER PAN
Seats on sals.
Positively no free list.
Burwood e "aTent
THIS " ''OWIOH
EVA LANG snd COMPANY
IN
Dorothy Ternoa of It addon Han,
Next week: BTA X.AHO, ta EISA.
BASE
BALL
VINTON ST. PARK
Omaha ts. Des Moines?
May 20-21-22-23
MONDAY, MAY 20, LADIES' DAY
Games Called 8:43 p. m.
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