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TIIE OMAHA DAILY DEE: FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 1908.
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Aceonatamt-AnAitor r. f. gwotou.
Kyere-SUloa $i:,000 founUln open.
eic culture, Dclmore enermy. Boyd Thr.
JOowwaa, 117 N, 14. uougiM shoe l.e.
e Kenrke for Quality cigars, lit 8 llh-
.lsshart, photographer, lth A Fsrnem.
Plata to order, 15 up; coats anl pant,
120 up. MacCarthy-Wlliron. 104 8. ltli.
ropaiAf Price at tne Xler Cafe
rnhlte waiter, first-class seMrlce. Open I
a. m. to 1 p. m. Raehmao'a orcheitra.
Want to Oo to Industrial School Mr.
Nellie I)ay, who lies bern In the County
hospital and tha Jail of th city and
county off and on for some time, has
Hfned an appllralinn to bo admitted to
the Stat Industrial Home for Women at
Mllford and will be taken to t!ie home.
Capitol Hill Dancing Club Tha Capitol
Tlllf Danrlns eluh will Rive Its test dance
of the ilea ton Friday night at Chamber.
Wart taeaworta Improver The reir
tilar meeting of the Weat Ieavonworth
Improvement club will be held In tfie club
roonn. Leavenworth atreet, Friday
Christian Bndeaeor ? taV The l.oe
Avenue Christian Endeavor society will
liold social In tha church parlors Friday
evening.', A ah art program w!ll al'o be
Application la Bankruptcy William
Ierds, a railroad brakeman of Valley, has
filfd hie-sppllsnllnn In, bankruptcy In tha
1'nlted State district court. He achedulei
Ms liabilities at $6S7.77 and his asseta at
Trial of Bavaria Colombo The trial of
vert 'Colombo, the Italian charged with
murdering Joseph Ftorenza at East Omaha
last winter, will begin, in criminal court
Monday morning. A new Jury panel will
report for duty at that time.
Opium Smuggled la to Jail A package of
opium which had been smuggled into the
county Jail was discovered by one of tha
deputies Thursday morning in the negro
cell. There was enough of the drug, to
supply the entire population of the cage
for a wewt; ;-:.''''
Money Stolen' from Hospital From the
drawer In the otllue safe at Wise Memorial
hospital, $25 was stolen Wednesday evening.
The safe waa unlocked and the door stand
ing open. The key was in the drawer of
the safe, wheie the enoney was kept. Sus
picion rests upon a boy named Sam, an
attache of the hospital'.
Hospital Patient Drop -Dead Joseph
Ludvlkv af patient at-the county hospital,
dropped dead from heart disease Thursday
morning while visiting at the home of Mr.
Bwobe, FlSt and Boulevard, lie waa 60
years old and infirm. The funeral will bo
held Krtdar'and interment will be at the
ifohemlan. Rational cemetery.
Woodmen Will Bntertaln Beach camp
of the Modern Woodmen of America will
entertain- the ledges , of . Omaha, South
Omaha and Council Bluffs at their rooms
In Barlght hart Friday evening. A delega
tion from Lincoln also will be In attend
ance. , Speakers and a musical entertain
ment, will gu to make up the program.
Douf Ua ' County Pioneer Meet The
Douglas County 'Association of Nebraska
Floncera met at the Library building
Thursday afternoon. The matters engaging
the attention of theeocMr for the after
noon were the report of (he memorial com.
.. mitiee and an Informal dissuasion over the
. proposal to change the date of the summer
. plclnia , .'.
Mayo Soon Qoea to Hunt Bear Mayor
Jim will leave April 1$ fo Wyoming to
participate in the big bear hunt being ar
ranged In that state by old friends of his.
Councilman Lee Bridges will accompany
ConinsloB'inWiJrom South Omaha
and Chicago, who are also invited to the
' hunt, will leave at an earlier date and at
tend "cattle conventions". In Rapid. City
and 'Miles City before going to Wyoming.
Puneral of Colonel O. X. Crag er The
funeral of Colonel Oeorga II. Crager will
be held Sunday afternoon, the services be
ing at the house In charge of the Nebraska
. lodge No.' 1, Knlghte of rythlas. Colonel
Crager waa past grand chancellor of the
lodge. An effort la to be made to hate
aome of hie co-workers of the early days In
Nebraska from out of the city present at
the funeral. Interment will be at Forest
Lawn -cemetery, but arrangements have
uot been completed.,
e. P. w. Bible does West Rev. Frank
W. Bible, the Hangchow. China, missionary,
who spent -some two week in and about
Omaha In the Interest of the Presbyterian
missions In the orient, left Wednesday at
midnight for Spokane, Wash. Ha will be
. In Spokane,. Seattle, Portland and other
Washington and Oregon citlee for several
weeks,-then will go to southern California,
where his family will join him on a return
east. They will be in Omaha aome time
during May. and attend general assembly
in Kansaa City.
Commissioners to Meet Owen Miller
Great preparations are being made by the
Omaha Musicians' association for the re
ception Friday of Owen Miller, general
secretary of tha American Federation of
Musicians. Mr.Millcr will bo met at Union
nation at ' o'clock In the morning with a
band gnd will be escorted to tbe society's
A most sublime lobster, was
Fanchon. Not a human lob
ster mark you, but a real,
crustacean lobster. He was
beautiful, and he would gestic
ulate . wildly when pinched.
Right lustily he played his
part, and, when he grew pink
with ruin, did' he not drag
down to destruction with him
It is a story by George
Randolph Chester, in this
week's issue of THE SATUR-
day Evening Post. You
car AvhifF the atmosphere of
the little-French cafe, vou can
hear the sputtering of Pierre,
the chef and afterward, when
ever you see a clever lobster,
yoi will ay to yourself,
At tb Newastaadi.Scanti.
' ll.Sv tba year by mail. .
The Cv-gfit Pi slashing Co:v
Our Boy r Everywhere)
Ccplea will b'.d.cUverc4 to any id
cr by Kric Nelson, ISIS Capitol
headquarters, where a reception will be
held and refreshments served. Owen Miller
will be one of the principal spakers at the
isbor revival meeting In Washington haU
Banker Have Family Baae.net Of fleers
end employes of the Omaha National hank
had a "family" banquet at the Millard ho
tel Wednesday evening, given by the bank.
The dinner waa at : o'clock and waa at
tended by forty, who discussed the work
of the big financial Institution, in aome
such away as other corporations and finan
cial Institutions In the west are holding
meetings to talk over co-operative plane
and the work. It Is possible that the bank
will hold similar meetings once each month,
or one every two months.
Cnarch Accepts Beslgaatloa of Pastor
The Castellar Street Tresbyter!an church.
In a congregational meeting Wednesday
night, accepted the realgnation of Its pas
tor. Rev. Walter H. Reynold, who has
accepted a call from the First church at
Oreensburg, Ind. Two commissioners were
appointed to attend presbytery, which
meets at Tekamah. April 30, and present
the formal request that the relationship be
tween the church and pastor be severed.
Rev. D. K. Jenkins, t).' D., of the Omaha
seminary, preached at the meeting. Mr. Rey
nolds will preach hi last sermon on Easter
Sunday, April 19.
CAPTAINS OF GARDEN TEAMS
Leaders ef the trhoat Class
Beaatlfy ka City .Are
Captains of the teams of the Vacation
School Garden club met. at the Toung
Men's Christian association Thursday morn
ing to discuss ways and mean for produc
ing them ost beautiful and useful gardens.
The details of the gardening were gone over
by Juvenile Court Officer Oepson and the
officers of the Toung Men's Christian as
sociation and the boys showed consider
able Interest. The captains of the various
school teams present and the school they
Henry Schmidt, 2419 South Twenty-first,
Hugo looker, 4728 Saratoga, Central
Eddie Van Buren, 8102 South Fifteenth.
Albert Hogle, U Decatur. Walnut Hill.
Julius Arkln, 318 8outh Fifteenth, Leav
enworth. Oeorge Reznlchek, 2872 Martha. Dupont.
Thlrwald Wangberg, 6140 Sherman ave
nue, Sherman. :
James Halpine, 4B Center, Pal.
Frank Kullsek, 713 Hickorv, Train.
Joe Greenberg. 1211' Drmglas, Cass.
Harry Schorman, ICS South Thirteenth,
Pacific. r . .
Van Ness Smith, 3M0 Maroy. Park.
Krlward Oelger, 822 North Eighteenth,
Tom Petersen, 4338 Ohio, Clifton Hill.
Herbert Wachtorman, 21S South Twentv
Ralph Pratt, 628 South Thirtieth, Co
lumbia. Albert CHrd, 3333 Emmet, Omaha View.
Winnie Cloak, 3313 Blondo, Franklin.
Louis Vinqulst, 1726 South Klghth, Lin
coln. Ralph Wardelik. 4022 North Thirty
third, Monmouth Park.
Victor Nlelson, 1811 Ontario. Vinton.
Frank Dlnecn, 2336 South Eleventh.
v Ilsrry Harris, 3m Oak, Windsor.
Ilor Nelson, 4410 North. Twenty-seventh,
NOT NEW WOMAN PROPOSAL
Wife Who sei for Divorce Denies
She Waa the Angreeeor In
' Anna M. Pedersen denies her marriage
with Soren Pedersen, a wealthy farmer of
Florence, as the result of a new woman
proposal, as he charged In his petition for
divorce from her. She says In her answer
filed 'Thursday mat ahe did-not ""pursue"
him, but that he did all the pursuing and
all the courting. She also denied she told
him ahe had a sweet, amiable 'disposition
and she declares he is entirely wrong when
he charges her with making trouble be
tween him and hi' grown children. Peder
sen saye the marriage waa the result of
false representations made by her and that
she wanted hi money.
She makes charge against him and de
care ahe Is entitled to separate mainte
nance and alimony to the amount of $50 a
Emma G. Gardell want a dlVrJrc from
Frank A. Gardell, charging him with cru
elty, nonsupport and misconduct. She aska
for the restoration of tier maiden heme
On charge of desertion Ashton Bodine
baa eoured a divorce from Hattle E.
MAJOR KENNEDY GOES TO WORK
New Adjataat Oeateral of Department
of Misaoarl Relieves Major
Major Chase W. Kennedy of the general
ataff of the United States army entered
upon his duties aa adjutant general of the
Department of the Missouri Thursday
morning, relieving Major Charlea R. Noyes,
who has held tbe position for four yeara.
Major Npyes will rejoin his old regiment,
the Nlntk Infantry, at Fort Sam Houston,
Texas, In a few weeks.
Major Kennedy Is a graduate of the West
Point Military academy of the class of
1883. having been appointed from Ohio. He
entered the servlfc as a second lieutenant
of the Third Infantry and waa made first
lieutenant in the same regiment In IS. He
wes made a captain In 1898 and was aa
lgned to th Eighth Infantry and served
with that regiment during the Spanish
American and Philippine ware. He was
made a major in 1904 and waa In 1907 trans
ferred to the general staff with the ad
Jutant general's department. When Fort
D. A. Rueeell. Wyoming, was made a bri
gade post Major Kennedy waa assigned to
duty there, as assistant adjutant genera)
From Fort D. A. Russell he was assigned
to duty as adjutant general of th Depart
ment of the Missouri.
This is to certify that all druggists are
authorised to refund your money if Toley'e
Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough
er cold. It stops the cough, heals the lungs
and prevents serious results from a cold,
Cures la grippe coughs, and prevents pneu
monia and consumption. Contain no opl.
atta. The genuine le in a yellow package.
Refuse substitutes. For pale by all drug
Railway Metce mm Teraoaala.
The name of the town of Highland. Kan
on the the Atchlaon-Rulo line, has been
chanced to tprka
.A,1"l D.ir10' dvrtling agent of the
LE.lolL P( ' f,c' :?" from Chicago.
r. H Miller hss bet -appointed superin
tendent of the Sheridan division of tha
Uurliiigion road, lo succeed K P. Bracken
who has t)ten transferred to the Brook
fild division In Misaourl. I., b. Lyman
has been appointed superintendent of the
Sterling division to suueved Mr. Miller. Mr
Lyman waa fonnarly trainmaster at Sheii
dan. These arpointniena rt effective
Th last report of the corn mrt tee on car
efficiency for March is. siiows e lerrUM9
In the number cf surplus car cf 17 9(0 In
fourtbeit uaya. Tho report says this iay
in a way b accounted fur l,y tne largo
number of coal cars which, were used for
storing cosl In anticipation of tha walkout
of tha coal minors April 1. Th situation
has Improved In the southern, middle auj
western slates, while in tha New Kngland
elates tha surplus eontlnuee to increase.
On Mirru 18, 1 reada reported a aurplus
of -jt,tt box cars, 2&.1K flat csrs. li9jr..
coal, gondola aod hopper ore anl 41,! I
other car. making a total of ivr.Ml care
NOTES ON OMAIIA SOCIETY
Mr. 0. C. Redick Gives Dinner Party
for Kiss Florence Lewis.
DULL DATS FOR FASHIONABLES
Araay get Aloae Seems to Keep the
Soelal Activity, Havlne; nlvem
Several Kmart Foaetloae
' Mr. O. C. Redick entertained at dinner
Thursday evening at his home, 2812 North
Twenty-fourth street. In honor of Miss
Florence Lewis and Mr. Sherman Canfleld,
whose wedding will take place April 20. A
decoration of green and white waa used,
the centerpiece for the table being a low
mound of white sweet pea and ferns and
plate card decorated with the bridal
wreath marked the places of Miss Lewis,'
Miss Daley Doane." Miss Lynn Curtis, Miss
Gertrude Moorl.ad. Mr. Sherman Canfleld,
Mr. Earl Gannett, Mr. Harry McCormlck,
Mr. Iee McShane, Mr. Arthur Lewis, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Kountie, Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin
and Mr. Redick.
Mrs. J. G. Galbraith entertained Thursday
at a matinre luncheon In honor of her niece,
Mlse Florence Rlienbaugh of Bol.se, Idaho.
Cover were laid for Mr. Charles Morton,'
Mr. Martin Crlmmlns and Mrs. W. C. Ben
nett of Fort Crook, Mrs. Blackmore of Cin
cinnati, Miss Rlienbaugh, Miss Mary Gal
braith and Mrs. Galbraith. After the lunch
eon the party attended the matinee at the
At Fort Crook.
Captain and Mr. Martin Crlmmln enter
tained at dinner Wednesday evening at
their home In Fort Crook In honor of Mrs.
Blackmore of Cincinnati, who Is the guest
of Mre. W. C. Bennett. Covers were laid
for Mr. Blackmore, Lieutenant Short,
Lieutenant Boswell, Captain and Mra. W.
C. Bennett and Captain and Mrs. Crlmmln.
Mr. and Mr., J. B. Ruth, who have re
cently returned from their wedding trip,
were pleaaantly aurprlaed by a number of
their friends Tuesday evening at their home
on Blnney street. The Sheldon quartet
gave a musical program and tha guesti
presented Mr. and Mr. Ruth with an Im
mense bunch of roses. Those present were:
Mr. and Mra. G. F. Bhepard, Mr. and Mrs.
McCune; Dr. and Mrs. Patton, Mr. arid
Mrs. W. H. Mallory, Major and Mrs. Wil
cox, Mr.- and Mr. McCoy, Mr. and Mr.
Arthur Crossman, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Tray
nor, Mr. and Mrs. Chlckerlng, Mr. and-Mrs.
W. & Heller, Mr. and Mrs. Sayres, Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Bennett, Dr. and Mrs. Dor
ward, Dr. and Mr. Latey, Mr. and Mrs.
Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Ruth, Mesdames Dieffenbacher,
Matthews, Lamoreaux, Fowler, Morse, Jeff
coat, Mra. Ivens, Mis Herman, Messrs.
Iven and Luther Tate.
Mr. Robert Christie entertained a few
friend and relative Thursday afternoon
at an Informal tea at her home In honor
of her sister, Mra. W. H. Hobba, who ha
recently returned from a etay of several
month In Europe. Mr. Chrlatie was as
sisted by her mother, Mrs. Mary Hazard.
Mrs. Christli will entertain again at a
larger -party In honor of her sister at
some later date. ,
Among the Omaha people who will at
tend the wedding of Miss Elvira Mills
paugh, daughter of Bishop and Mr. Frank
Mtllspaugh of Topeka, Kan., and Mr.
Chauncey Dewey of Chicago, are Mr. and
Mr. F. H. Davis. Miss Helen Davis, Miss
Menie Davis and Mrs. Tom Davis, The
wedding will take place Monday, April
20, In Topeka and the bride will be given
away by Mr. F. H. Davis. Her only at
tendant will be her sister. Miss Nellie
Miss Helen Davis will leave the first
part of June for New York City, where
the will Join a party of school friends
for an extended trip through Europe. They
will visit Norway, and all the principal
points, of Interest on the continent, re
turning home the latter part of September.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Martin will enter
tain at their home, Mr. Frank Roberson,
the lecturer, ( who la a friend of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin, will give hi Illustrated lec
ture on Panama.
Come hod Go Gossip.
Mrs. J. I. Woodard, who was called to
Sheridan, Wyo., by the Illness of her son,
Mr. Jame Woodard, ha returned with
him. He I much improved and 1 now at
th home of hi parents, on West Burt
Mr. John Davenport of Minneapolis, a
college friend of Mr. Frank Wllhelm,
spent a few days here as Mr. Wllhelm'
guest, returning to his home Wednesday.
Mrs. Jame C. Xlmler, who planned to
go to Galveaion this week, has postponed
Mr. Arthur Lewi at rived Wednesday
from Seattle to be the guest of hia parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Lewis, until after the
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McShane, who
have heen taking art extensive trip through
the south for the benefit of Mr. McShane'
health, are expected home next Tuesday.
Mr. Herbert Wboelockf, who ha been
visiting friends In Dea Moines for the last
ten days, is expected to return Friday.
. iif. and Mrs. Edwin Speh, who are visit
ing Mr. Speh mother, Mr. Cole, ex
pect to leave Saturday for Kansas City,
from where tliey will move to Philadelphia i
to make their home In the future. Their
p..... -i-CiUis in umaua regret that they
iiiovf so fat away.
Mr. und Mrs. J. O. Phllllppl have' as
their guests their.daughter, Mrs. Frederick
Sparling, and Dr. fc'parllng, who have been
spending the winter in California and are
now on thelf way to Canada. Mrs. El
wood T. Bslley of St. Joseph. Mo., who
was formerly Mis Bertha Phllllppl, u
a Uo the guest of her parent.
Mr. Samuel Burn, r., and her daugh
ter. Mr. Charle Kountte. with her two
children and nurse, returned Wednesday
from a atay of several week at Blloxt.
Mr. Percy Steven and on, Howard
Stevens, of Rockford, 111., are the guests
of Mrs. C. M. Wllhelm. Mr. Stevens Is
expected about the middle of next week,
to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wllhelm!
Mr. Lee McShane, who has been travel
ing through the south, I expected home
Mr. 3. I Bowen of Wayn. v. Va.,
writes: "I was a eufferer from kidney dis
ease, so that at tlmea I coul not get out
of bed. anl when I did I co'jld not atand
straight. I took Foley' Kidney Cure. One
dollar bottle and part of the second cured
me entirely." Foley Kidney Cure work
wonder where other ar total failure.
For sal by all druggists.
Big Chair halo Htitar, Feeple'a Store
All odd lots of chair to be closed out at
half their usual price M0 chalra In all.
from 1 to 10 chair in each lot. See win
dow display. Big bargain.
8TORZ DELICIOUS BOTTLED BOCK
EEER ready for family delivery on and
after Friday, April 10.
Announcements, waaai.-j stationary and
calling cards, blank book and magaalne
blndtcg. 'Phone Doug 1904 A. L Boot. la
continuo until Saturday night.
Jar of Mme. Yale'g "Skin Food
v x .1
of Mme. Yale's Remedies to the value ot 83 cents or more. This toilet
v-jyamuuu i worm us weignt m gold to all who appreciate beautiful
soft, white skin, with youthful plumpness. Mme. Yale's Remedies are
too well known for us to add anything to their reputation. We are
pleased, however, to Inform our patrons and the public that the ever
steady and increasing demand for these scientific specialties Is conclu
sive proof of their popularity. These are the most popular Remedies
we have ever handled.
Mme. Yale's Hair Tonic
MME. TUB OOHSIDlmS HIS
XAIA TOMIO one of her greatest
achievements. It le praised In the
hlghent terms, and there'e quanti
ties of It sold. Price 25c, 60o and
1.00 per bottle. Our price
23c 45c and 89c
Yale Health Remedies
TAZiE-g rSTTIT CtTatA. a
strengthening tonic for women for
certain organic ailments. Many
wonderful cures are claimed for it
price $1.00, on.
our prloe OUU
MME. TAXE'S rSKTlXISBB TAB
LETS for constipation and to ven
tilate a clos-ged system. Two elzea.
Regular price 60o .and 11.00, our
45c and 89c
MMB. TAIiB'l COMPLEXION TAB
LETS to make new blood. To
. enrich t!ie skin with healthy col-
ui iiik. i wo sizes, ouo ana si.ua.
45c and 89c
MME. TAXB'B BLOOD TOBIO for
cleansing tha liver, blood and kid
neys. Regular price 3C)s
1.00, our price Out
MME. TALE'S DIGESTIVE TAB
LETS to aid digestion and cure
lndlgentlon. 60c and fl.00, our
45c and 89c
MME. TALE'S AWTISEVTXU is a
most valuable household article
and must be used to be appreci
ated. For cleansing the mouth
and gums In the morning, garg
ling the throat, for both throat,
dressing sores, wounds or bruises,
Price 25c and $1.00,. our price
23c and 89c
MMB. TALE'S LUTZMEBT Is a new
comer and said to Jiv maMc-llke
Influence In curinif muscular af
fections, such as rhentnatism, neu
ralgia, sprains, ete. Price
60c, our price ......... ...
Ask for a free copy of Mme.
Toilet Goods Store. Also.mailed
for a copy.
SHEEP MEN ASK NEW RATES
Northwest Rangers Apply to Rail
road! for Better Wool Tariffs.
OMAHA CENTER OF THE INDUSTRY
Reejaeat for Sw Schedules t'oa tem
plates 'Warehouse at Omaha with
Capacity of Forty Million
rounds of Wool.
Sheep gtoweis of Wyoming. Montana
and South Dakota have asked railroad
companies of the west to name new rates
on wool, both from the rangesSo Omaha,
and from Omaha to. manufacturing cen
ters and the seaboard, with the view of
building i warehouse In Omaha ot a ca
pacity of at least 40,000,000 pounds.
The railroad companies have replied that
not later than April 15, the rates will be
quoted and on them prolmhly will hinge
the proposition of whether Omaha is to be
come one of the largest wool marketa in
the world, or whether the eastern buyera
will continue to buy ' the wool on the
This move Is announced by a company
composed of large aheep growera of Wyom
lng and Omaha capitalists. Options liavi
been secured for sites, with trackage os
both the Builington and 1'nion Pacific
If the railroads do not quote satisfac
tory ratea next week, the matter will be
urged further with them and at least one
road has pn mised ' "satisfactory rates"
which will make It possible to establish
Opposed t fthlpplag F.ast.
Cheep men say tliey are opposed to the
plan of shipping their wool to eastern
storage and the commission concerns of
New York, Boston and Philadelphia. Man
ufacturere buy on the ranges at shearing
season, but it Is difficult to get over the
widely ecattered districts and the growers
and manufacturers are both desirous of
holding tho wool In buk at Omaha.
According to wool growers, SS per cent
of all the sheep in the I'nlted Btatea are
now raised west of the Missouri river or a
line drawn north and south with the east
ern borders of Nebraska and Kansas. This
ha censed the growers and manufacturers
alike to point to Oaiaha as the most de
sirable centralising wool storage point.
Not only doea the geographical and rail
road position wake Omaha a desirable
SPECIAL SALE OF
Madame Yale's Skin Food Free
We are having a special sale ot
Mme. Yale's well known Health
and Reautirylng Products, that will
During that time we shall present a
tfl Pflrh PllltnniOF wtin fiil.AhitBA. an..
Mme. Yale's Beautifying
MMB. TALE'S SKI FOOD for nnnr
Inning the akin and obliterating
wrinkles. Two sizes, $1.60 and 13.00
$1.25 and $2.50
MME. TALE'S ALMOMB BLOSSOM
COMPLEXION CBBA1C for cleans
ing, healing, enhancing and pre
;rvlng beauty. Price 60o and
$1.00, our price
45c and 89c
MME YALE S COMPLEXION
BLEAOS for cleanelng the skin of
blemishes. Price $2.00 0-f fwgr
our price pX4t
MME. TAL'S BLXXXB. OT BBAVTT
for protecting the skin from Bun
burn and the inclemency of the
weather and to make the skin
naturally white and give the com
plexion ornnancy. trice
$1.00, our price .'
TALE'S BLUSH OF T(IITT
for softening the expression to
. tone the facial nerve, und give pli
ancy to th muscles aid elasticity
Ml II I '
e skin. Price 13.00, QO Kf
MME. TALES XAXDn WHITE NEB
j rice i. uu.
Our Price .
MMB. TALE'S MAOICAL SECRET
ro sorTBaTiBa kabs wateb.
Claimed to be a great toilet lux
ury and delicately fragrant as a
booklet of flowers. Price -I OBT
$1.60, our price jX.J
MMB. TALE'S TXOLET TALCUM
ruwBsa, price ibc. Our
MME. TALE'S COMPLEXION Oftn
SOAP. Prlco 60c. Our price vt
kTME. TALE'S COMPLEXION POW
DER. Price u'Jir. Our 40C
MME. TALE'S OOBN CUBE is
claimed to - give great relief to
those who suffer with these
little pests. 26c, our 0
Yale's 96-page souvenir book at our
free to those living out of town. Write
milk comes from healthy
cows. Which would you
rather pay, a few cent for Arwood milk than
dollar to the doctorT
W. K1CHTEK WOOD,4Prop. Tel. Ilarney Uti.
point, but the hecp men point to the pos
sibility of bringing wool from the ranges
to Omaha without railroad transportation
costs from the largest ranges by the Mis
souri river. The river penetrate the wool
growing section and gets closer to It heart
than any trunk line of railroad, and wiih
the opening of navigation, it la aaid, there
will be no heavier traffic than the wool
from Montana and South Dakota on It
way to Omaha In packet.
BOYS WARNED NOT TO SHOOT
VonaaTstera Get Away with Leetare
for Discharging; Firearms la
Two boya arrested for discharging fire
arms in the city limits were discharged
from poilcu court Thursday with a lecture.
The boya had discharged a rifle near Six
teenth street and Ames avenue and the
bullet went through the window of a
house narrowly missing one of the resi
dents. Emergency Officer Lahey went
out and got the names of seven boys, five
of whom have rifles. Th mother of one
of the five smashed his firearm after hear
ingfrom the officer, and then there were
four. The mother of another put away
her son fowling piece with the Inten
tion of having his father destroy It when
he returned, and then there were three.
These three promised to refrain from
target practice or bird shooting Inside
the city limits.
"If the boy want to shoot tliey can
easily get outside the city limits," said
Captain Mostyn who la aomething of a
sportsman. "Lt them go to Cut-Off lake
or somewhere else where they won't do
any harm to people or to the city ordi
nances." Caagbt la the Art
and arrested by Dr. King's New Ufa Pills,
bilious headacha quits and liver and bowels
act right. . For sale by Beaton Drug
J. W. Gostner, Forty-first and Farnam
streets, frame dwelling, ffru0; John Ureen,
Seventeenth and Laird streets, frame dwel
HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN
If you hvt paloj In th back. I rtnary, Bladder
or Kidurv IrouMo and want certain, ptaaaant hart
rrllcf for Woitina Ilia, tr Motbr Gra'a
Al 8TRAUAN LKAf " It la t iT. and aTr fail
tut regulator, and raltavaa all rairjia W-aknaea,
liK-ltHtug iuflammation and u lea iUaa. MOTHER
h.U S Al STH ALIAN-LfcAF i w14 br Druitu
ttr aeot fey mail for Me &u:.iia acnt FRtK. fcd
dra 2b Muiber Gray Co.. Lm Ro, IS". V.
FOR WOMEN :
Women's fine imported
lace and embroidered
heer linen, dainty 'pat
terns. Soil ordinarily m g
at $1.00 ami $1.60, Slip
reduced to Jv
Women'! good Qual
ity Kid Gloves, tans,
browns, greys, black
Boys' or girls' fine, medi
um and heavy seamless
hose, sizes G to 10, f "J
the 23c kind, at . . I C
B 1 mis "Tj" ' ".
Back to First Principles
Man's combat with the elements. FIRE and WATKU, In the rase
of the rercnt fire In the block in tvlilcli our store lit located, the fight
rntlcd In a drawn battle and the Insurance companies pnld the ex
pense of war. Our entire stock is PRACTICALLY t'XINJl'UKn. Never.
tho less we are selling everything at SWKKPIXQ REDUCTION OF
OVER SO PER CENT. Can jou wonder that prices such gs thoso
printed below arc filling our. store with purchasers from morning to
Sterling Silver. Sterling Silver
Tea Spoons, regular price, set of six, $5.00 now
Dessert Spoons, regular price, set of six, $11.60 now
Table Spoons, regular price. Bet of six, $16.00 now
v i uauiro, i cguiai M ilo 9 . u
Cold Meat Fork, regular price, $3.50 now ..,
Sardine Fork, regular price, $2.00 now. ................. ,
Finest Quadruple Silver Plated Ware
Fouri)lec Silver Set Coffee Pot, Cream and Sugar, Spoon
Holder, before $10.00 now, .
Berry Bowl, before $6.25 now
Nut Bowl, before $6.75 now
Cream and Sugar, before $7.60
cod A Dl.ta Kornvn 11 nn a
. . . . v. A,nw, iiL.ui a u.v v uu "..a. ....,. ........ ,...,.. .O v
Water Pitcher, before $6.60 now. $3.ii5
And numerous other articles at bargains Just as stupendous.
Art Goods, Novelties, Etc.
Holland China Plates, values from $1.25 to $2.50 all go at. . ..
Heavy Silver Headed Walking Canes, values from $2.50 to .
$3.50 your choice for.,' $1.00
Japanese China, consisting of Vases, Bon-Bon Dishes, Olive Dishes,
etc. all go at HALF PRICE.
Every useful 'and ornamental article in our store sold at a RE
DUCTION OF 80 PER CENT.
Join the happy throng crowding our store from morning till night.
That set of spoons, those silver knives and forks, that special ornament
you have long wished for but thought a little high priced, we now sell
at prices within yours and everybody's reach. But couio early and
make your selection by daylight our special candle Illumination Is
but a humble substitute for the electric light burned out during the fire.
AT THE SIGN OF THE CROHN.
115 Houth (Sixteenth Street.
HAS it ever occurred to you the value of
the treasure which is lost every day in
the city? Watches and pins carelessly at
tached are lost Purses, bank-books checks,
bonds, valuable papers and keepsakes, whose
value cannot be estimated, are lost every day
AVcre it not for Hie Lost and Found' columns of this paper
thousands of dollars' worth of valuables would be lost to their
owners forever, but since The
it is now possible for anybody who loses anything to insert an
advertisement, and it is iiorfsible for the finder who is honest
and the majority of people are honest to locate1 the owner of
anything that may be found.
W ere mew tflspUyinr s aseet
otaplate Uae f (oii-a aoesl
ttse lot prtae end annus
rift, mm It will effor mm os
ortaalty ef choosing from a
Ur aojobe ef eaelatie
w Import La sUel suit
Worths mmm m salt etuiaot he
A-m r4e Biased Bow but aa
1 4 AelivexeA at eu eeaTealsaee.
A fine quality lorr neck
and isleeveles. full silk
taped, good twenty-five
cent values, . n
reduced to ...... Uv
(Trip Silk Hose
Women's fine Sea Island
cotton and lace lisle hose
black, tan, blue, pink
and white, 45c values
11 v w ...... ..........Jf
OlpoMito Boston Store.
'A"-- AWTr'.-- ?- ; - .
Bee is read in all parts of the city,
317 Couth 15th Ct.
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