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Afternoon Dresses and
Wo show (lie mot pleasing variety of new stylish After
noon J)resses in, Messnline Silk, Prunella Cloth and other fab
rics, JYjVtvs frrtru .'2."i.00 to $."().00.
High Class Tailor Made Suits
llioice stylo, all the newest cloths. Strictly man-tailored
.Raiments; Prices from $23.00 to $0.").00.
AH alterations made free of charge. j
Mendels ma 1e Opera waists Max Held waists, Lenox
waists. All the hest fitting waists are represented in our
beautiful stock. Prices from sfl .00 to ifT2..r)0.
The new Spring Sweaters have arrived.
Bargain Square In Basement, Thursday
11 Remnants of Wash Materials.
2."k Ginghams at, per yard 15c
L'Oe Madras at, per yard He
15c Pereales at, per yard 10?
.Thousands of pretty styles to select from.
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upon which other legislatures co'ili build.
And Graff rpmarkfd that the committee
had been composed not only t f.irm.r.
hut there were bankers upon It, though tot
as man at participated In the Ir.at repub
lican state convention.
Nome D posies Mot Protected.
Tb reading nod dlscusahni of the vari
otis section Mf ttii lnnklng 1)111 which
occupied 'the lnuse from 10 o'clock until
noon, wlwn. a rtw.n was. tukun until 2
o'clock, 'ai' htim tlfrtcti discussion of the
hill na at! whole- started, brought out
the admission "from the majority leaders
that their did not expect this hill to guar
antee alf the deposits In the banks.
This orimlsston came In the discussion of
an amendment, proposed by Smith, (rep.),
of CasSi.The amendment provided that
lnstetrd W-liralttriK, tbe amount of the' levy
that could- be made onthe banks In any
one yraj; t0. 1 per . cent .of the deposits,
that the banking board should have the
power to mako such levy as would be
necessary to keep the guaranty fund Intact.
In support of his motion Smith said: "We
are trying to pass a Itfw here which will
Kiiarantee deposits. Purlng the' last few
years the bank failures "In this state have
bean vrry few and" the (osnes very little,
but we are trylntf to hetvd of the unforeseen
daagers.. If ft. larger' levj than 1 per cent
of the deposit In one 'year la'not required
then it ll do no harm to. adopt this
amendment,' t panmSt' vole for such a bill
as this, because It does not really guarantee
the deposit. . -
"1 should: like, to see t,ha guaranty fund
so 'stron'a; itwould" prevent panics," said
How man ofc Nwtkolls. member of the
sutHonjmltlee wih;n prepared the bill, "but
that la an "impossibility. The banks at this
time tttlok, we are working a hardship
n i them.; ' The assessment- whlh may be
levied uhdcf this, tilt Will creafe k fund of
at (least l,oj?,eCl4' Ii one year. This, no
no .doubt, will oover the loss in any one
year. We do noj want to hurt the banks.
Should some catastrophe, occur the courts
will take charge .of the failed bank and
rcgultSie it and tla; depositors will be paid.
To levy an assessment of 2 per cent on
lht banks in this statu . would probably
break a number of them."
1 When Law I Weak.
"You are simply 'creating a guaranty
fund In name and not In fact,"' Interrupted
Smith. "Let us make" a guaranty fund and
not a fake. It Is unjust to the people to
fool them with this bill."'
"This bill Is much better than the Ok
lahoma law," retorted Bowman, "and It
wll make the bent guaranty law of any
stale in the union." ,
"I am willing to concede that the com
mittee has worked hard to get up thla
measure," said Klllen of Gage, "but if we
had: had a guaranty law back in 1892-3 it
would have required a levy equal to 16
per' cent of 'tlte deposits. It Is true that
durng the last eight years the losses from
failed banks has amounted to only .Ate
of I- per -rent. Under such conditions we
do not need a guaranty law. This bill will
nut guarantee one cent. The time we need
Shoes for '09
IP you would learn what makes "Startrlght" shoea
cost a LITTLE more than other brands, then use
our present spring exhibit as an object lesson.
LEATHERS welcomed by OTHER makers are NOT
good enough for "Startrlght" dealers styles tony
. enough for MOST store will not suffice here.
THE cleverest, soundest footgear ever turned out for
misses and children finds expression tn the new Una
we have placed on view for '09.
iNew " Startrights" for Misses
NO material, effect or
fT !' ralf. tiatent leather with brown suede toua. patent leather
V'' '.with white calf tops. French patent calf with mat kid
:; tbps and white canvas sorts, at pair $3.50, $3 and f2.50
IK Children's "Startrlght" shoes one finds all the
leather enumerated above, together with novel red
colorings, white buckskins, etc.. ranging at, per
jair..v.... f3.x, fi.50 and $2.oo
a guaranty law is during a money string
ency." "Would a 2 per cent levy be a guaranty?"
asked Graff of Smith.
"My amendment does not propose a 2
per cent levy," said Smith. "It provides
that the levy shall be as large as neces
sary to keep up the guaranty fund."
"The . committee never contemplated a
bill that would guaranty every deposit un
der all circumstances," said Graff. "You
seem to think we ought to have a law that
would guaranty every dollar. As the years
bo on under this bill we will ..have some
thing to apply on losses. We don't want
a fund that will impose unnecessary hard
ships on the banks."
"This bill provides to pay losses," said
Wilson, "and not Immediate payment of
losses. The records of the State Banking
board" show that the losses In eight years
amounted to .04H of 1 per cent of the de
Amendment Voted Down.
"How long, under this bill, would It take
to pay off the losses when they amount to
13 per cent of the deposits?'" asked Klllem.
four or five years, I suppose," replied
When the vote was taken the Smith
amendment was lost, the democrats voting
Bushee of Kimball tried an amendment
lo allow the banks to pay S per cent In
ten at on deposits Instead of 4,. but this
Among the committee amendments
adopted was one providing that the total
labilities of stockholders to the banks
shall In no Instance be more than 80 per
ent of the capital Btock and surplus, and
the penalty was reduced from a peniten
tiary sentence to a fine of not more than
f-T00 for a violation of the section.
Another amendment provided that the
ibanks nght hold special meetings, to In
crease the capital stock instead of attend
ing to thla only at their annual meetings
Johnson of Burt asked that the bill be
held up and considered with the Myers
bill now pending In the senate, but this
wag voted down.
ftenatr Rejects Dill for hair.
The bill collector came imund this
morning and carted out of the senate two
new chairs which had been bought by the
Board of Public Lands and Buildings.
Though the secretary of state had o. k'd.
the bill the senate refused to stand for
It, and the chairs were taken In charge
by the collector. Before the legislature
convened the state board bought two new
chairs for the house and two for the sen
ate to take the place of the old high-back
reaidenters that have graced either side
of the presiding officers for years. The
house gladly paid for its chairs, but the
senate, which had already outraged the
state treasury by the number of em
ployes It had on the payroll, got econom
ical and turned back the chairs. The new
chairs cost $30 each and are exactly like
the chairs bought two year ago. The
last . demo-pop secretary of state spent
$13,000 In equipping the legislative halls
for the members, while the present of
Idea has been overlooked.
are to be had In vlcl kid. tan
ficers spent Jwnn on this legislature, and
of th's ome IXA went for bill files.
een O'clock ( loalae; Jin fin.
The house for a second time killed tha 7
o'clock closing bill this afternoon and as
the senate has done that same deed some
days ago. It Is safe to say this legislature
will not pass a 7 o'clock closing law to ap
ply to the saloons. The house Indefinitely
postponed the bill yesterday and tJ' Tay
lor of Custer moved to recnnsldti Shoe
maker moved to table the motion, l the
speaker failed to put the Shoemal mo
tion. On a roll call Mr. Taylor's motion
was defeated by a vote of 4:t to 63.
Wilson of folk Informed the house that
If the Taylor motion carried nn amendment
would bp tacked onto the bill so that it
would not apply to Douglas county. The
house concluded, however, that what was
good for Omaha was (food for the state, so
refused to gig back on Its previous action.
8. F. 2o, by Miller, the county option
bill. Is ten bills down on the general file
of the senate and probably will be reached
tomorrow or Friday.
Mtrtke (Mill On.
Jerry Howard handed up to the speak
er's desk this morning a motion to, have a
commute" appointed to Investigate the
Scrap between the clerks In the bill room
and Rpeaker Pool and the chief clerk. As
the house was Just going Into committer
of the whole to discuss the banking bill the
motion was not put and Jerry will get
busy tomorrow. The bill clerks are still
out. Two of them are sons of members.
Senate Goes Without I.nnch.
Officially and of record the senators to
day had no lunch, though In reality they
ate heartily. The cause was a motion made
while In committee of the whole nt non,
and while considering the Sink bill, that
the senate rise and report. On rising, the
members stayed "risen" and hurried from
the chamber, the presiding officer not even
assuming the gavel to accept a formal mo
tion to take a recess until afternoon as
usual. This left the senate still' In session.
When the senators convened In the after- I
noon, the lieutenant governor ordered the
roll called when It was discovered that the
senate was of record, sMll in session,
though there had been a two hours' hiatus.
Thed ifflculty was gotten over by a
whispered tip to the Becrotary to cut out
the roll call and by calling Senator Banning
to the chair again, where he had been dur
nig the morning.
Governor Nut to Appoint For Once.
' Vtwterday anc today were 'two busy
sessions for the senate, as a host of bills
were ground through.
Senator Myers of Rock could not re
sist the opportunity to get off a Joke or
two of the democrats and when the
Brown bill, to give the county attorney
the right to appoint a detective was up,
he moved the bill be amended to give the
governor the right to appoint, which was
met with a rebuff of no small propor
tions by the democrats, ljiter when the
bill making John Howard's birthday a
holiday in penal institutions was consid
ered, Senator Myers moved to amend by
Including the birthday of W. J. Bryan,
which was ruled out of order with a slam
of the gavel by Chairman Banning. On
this bill a query was raised by Senator
Cain whether or not It was not Jerry How
ard Instead of John Howard, and Senator
King responded he was famous as the
author of the closed season on Greeks.
This did not seem to strike a responsive
chord among the democrats and was
thrown over the chandelier also.
Ninety-Nine-Inch Bed Sheets.
Representative Sink may now rest easily
at night, for his bed sheet bill has been
recommended for passage In the senate and
there is no Indication of any further fight
on the measure. It was brought up in com
mittee of the whole today and dUpel if
without, great diiflculty. Senator Raymond
of Scott's Bluff proposed an amendment
suggested by the hotel men ef,I.lnc n and
Omaha that individual towels be (.applied
to guests only on request, but the senate,
after listening to , Senators Tlbbeto and
Randall, voted this down, as they did other
amendments, and opposition dwindled.
Senator Raymond did not oppose the bill.
Now that tha Douglas county senators
have been good on the bill, Sink and his
men are supposed to see a little more good
In the Omaha charter measures, but their
vision w(ll be clearer if the senate takes a
shine to the stock yards bill.
Governor Shallenberger has signed H. R.
by Leidlgh of Otoe, providing charters
for cities of 6,000 to 25,000 inhabitants.
Adjournment April First.
The legislature Is figuring on adjourning
April 1. W. J. Taylor in the house sounded
mombers today regarding the appointment
of a conference committee to fix the date
of final adjournment and the maporlty
of the members Interviewed thought April
1 should be the date. Senator Tlbbele ex
pressed himself in favor of this date. It is
probable tlus committee on adjournment
will be appointed within a short time.
The house has fifteen mora days with
pay and the senate nineteen, after which
the members will have to serve without
salary. Because of this It is not thought
it will be possible to keep a (Quorum here
after April L
ROt'TIAE PROCEEDINGS OK SENATE
Sunday Base Ball BUI Amended to
Apply Only to Omaha.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 3. tSpeclal.) The sen
ate passed the following bills today:
9. F. DO, by Howell of Douglaa Regal
ing the law limiting the number of em
ployes of the senate to forty-nine. Those
voting against the measure were Brown of
Lancaster, aammlll of Frontier, King of
Polk, Raymond of Scott's Bluff, Wiltse
of Cedar ajid Warren of Phelps.
8. F. 2S!, by Brown of Lancaster City
council in cities containing a sanitary dis
trict for straightening beds of streams
shall constitute the trustees of the dis
trict. 8. F. 263. by Brown or lancaater For
the election of a nonpartisan uchool board
in the city of Lincoln.
8. F. 254, by Randall of Madison For
reasonable connections of trtoins where
lines of railroads Intersect, subject to the
order oX the railway commission.
8. F. 187. by Cain of Richardson Re
ducing the number of members of direc
tors of city library boards from nine tu six.
B. K. 57, by Ollls or Valley f or a me
chanic's lien on wells and windmills.
The committee on Judiciary reported the
Henry bill, 8. F. 1M. reieullng the dip
somaniac law. for indefinite postponement,
but the action was reconsidered and the
bill placed on general file.
A committee report postponing a bill by
Volpp. providing that a remonstrant
against a saloon license must put up a
bond to pay costs In case of defeat, was
reported for postponement, hut was plaoed
on general file by reques of Mr. Volpp.
The Sunday base ball bill. R. F. , by I
Ransom or ixiugias. wnirn nan oeen com
mitted for specific amendment, was re
ported back to the senate amended to
apply only to Douglas county.' and In
thla form is now on general file.
The senate Indefinitely postponed '8. F.
S19. by Miller of Ijancaster. Introduced to
permit the operation of a loan business
charging 12 per cent a monih. a cipy of
tha Michigan law designed to permit the
conduct of legitimate loan companies ti
competition with the chattel mortgage
8. F. 87. by Buck of Otoe, placing the
clerk of the supreme court on a salury.
waa indefinitely titioned, the ibject
being to put through a bill by Ieidigh of
Otoe placing this officer on a salary of
Ubto a year.
The senate found need of attuther clerk
in tha committee of enrolled and en
grofwed bills and authority waa given to
The senate considered the following bills
In committee of the whole: -
H. R. 47. hy Toung of Madlsnn tMving
police courts and Justices of the tce
JinlsfllcttoTi In truancy cases In places
other than county seats Recommended
S. F. 222. by Ollls Amending the anti
pass law to permit railroads to give free
transportation to widows and dependent
children of employes of roads who die In
the service, as well as those who are
killed. Recommended to pass.
a F. E3. by Ollls of Valley Where two
or more shippers send a car of stock each
and send one man In charge, the rallrowd
must give return transportation to the
man In charge In the form of a ticket
permitting the shipper to retain the ship
ping contract which was orlirinilly the
vouchr for the ticket and was given up.
Recommended to pass.
C. F. 3M. by Randall of Madison Com
pelling railroads to furnish transfer fa
cilities ltween railroads where the lines
meet. Recommended to pass.
8. F. 2N4. sy Hrown of Lancaster Giving
the county attorney of Lancaster the right
to employ" a detective at $Vm a year. Rec
ommended to pass.
H. R. 201. by Cace of Frontier-One mil)
levy for the State university. Recom
mended to pass.
8. F. ISfi. by Ransom of IVuiglas Lower
ing the rate of Interest On school warrants
In Omaha, South Omaha and Lincoln from
7 ter cent to 6 per cent. Recommended to
S. F. Iftt. by Csln of Richardson -Completes
the law for drnlnaae districts under
which Nemaha county districts were or
ganized. Prafted by Judge Kelllgar. Rec
ommended to pass.
S. F. 11R. by Myers of Rock To prohibit
the lowering or drainage of natural lakes.
Recommended to pass.
8. F. 213, by Cain of Richardson Adding
to certain sections of the drnlnage law un
der which Richardson county districts were
organised, to legalize the bonds of those
districts. Recommended to psss. ,
8. F. Ifil. hv T.svertv of 8sunders-To
prohibit the wearing of uniforms of the
army, navv or national guard by persons
ne authorized Recommended to pass.
S. F. fi2. bv Ollls of Volley Providing for
the payment by the ceiintv of the exnense
of the county, superintendent In vlslt'ng
everv school in the district. Recommended
H. R. 170. by Moore of Red Willow Fix
ing the standard weights, per hshel, of
various grains and farm products. Recom
mended to pass.
H. R. lfH. bv Wilson of Polk-Mnklnsr
September 2. the anniversary of fie birth
of John Howard, the author of prison re
form, a holiday In every penal Institution
In the state. Recommended to pass.
SENATE AND HOUSE
(Continued from First Page.)
tried to be a decent president for a decent
At 6 o'clock this evening he received his
old friends from Oyster Bay and at the
same time he received the friends and
neighbors of Vice President Sherman. After
this he shook hands with the famous Ham
ilton club of Chicago. The last Roosevelt
dinner in the White House was served at
8 o'clock tonight, with fourteen persons
present. Including members of the families
of the retiring and Incoming presidents.
Mr. and Mrs. Taft were the principal
guests. None of the Roosevelt children
were present and the Taft children spent
the night at the Boardman realdence.
Miss Kthel Roosevelt left Washington to
day for Oyster Bay. Quentln Roosevelt will
remain at school at Alexandria, Va., until
the close of the school year.
Two Presents for Fairbanks.
Behind closed doors the senate, today
paid to Vice President Fairbanks one of
the most remarkable tributes ever given
to a presiding officer. He was presented
with a magnificent silver service costing
$1,185 as the gift of the entire body of sen
ators and with a loving cup as the present
of the democratic members. Tho presenta
tion speeches made were filled with pith
asd humor an 4 Jff Fairbanks, in replying,
exhibited deep feeling. -
The presentation of the silver service
was made by Senator MeCumber, who
spoke of the vice president's ability and
his devotion to work and the Interest of
the members of the senate regardless of
L senator Daniel spoke for the minority.
dilating upon Mr. Fairbanks' uniform fair
ness. He suggested that If at any time Mr.
Fairbanks should tire of the monotonous
service in the republican party the demo
crats would be glad to welcome him. He
facetiously suggested that It would not
be well for Mr. Fairbanks to take more
than one draught from the flagon before
breakfast if he should happen to get it
filled with other than buttermilk.
fEN PERISH IN F1RETRAP
(Continued from First Page.)
reached to the fourth and fifth floors.
Firemen say that the fire escape In the
rear was clogged with refuse which had to
be cleared off before the firemen could
Whole Family Trapped.
The Travlsano family evidently were
trapped in their rooms on the tup floor
and made no effort to escape. The bodies
of the parents were found lying on a couch
while the son and daughter were kneeling
on tha floor with their faces In their moth
er's lap and seemed to have been suffo
cated while praying. The members of the
Flllbertl, Cruppl and Placla families were
found In their beds on the fifth floor where
they had become overcome with smoke
while asleep. The belief that the fire was
the work" of a group of blackmailers arose
from tha atatement of Antonio Urso, the
barber, who said he had received a black-
hand letter about two months ago, demand
ing the payment of about $300 to a man
whom he was to meet In the street. Urso
said he paid no attention to the letter, ex
pecting that others would follow. Firemen
said that the fire seemed to have originated
in a storeroom of the undei taker's estab
lishment which contained much inflam
MOTSioxinrs or ockajt bte am skips.
..K. Wllhelm II.
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No remedy that does not entirely remove the cause of Catarrh from the
blood will ever make a permanent cufe of the trouble. Just as long as the
circulation remains contaminated with the impurities and catarrhal matters
which produce the trouble, the mucous membranes or inner linings of the
body will be kept in a state of irritation and disease. Sprays, lotiona and
other local applications will sometimes temporarily relieve the tight, full
feeling in the head, buzzing noises in the ears, uncomfortable, stuffy feeling
of the nostrils, and help to loosen the mucus in the throat; but Catarrh is a
constitutional blood disorder and until it has been entirely driven from the
system there can be no permanent cure. S. S. S. cures Catarrh by removing
the icause from the blood. It attacks the disease at its head and ,by thor
oughly purifying and cleansing the circulation, and ridding it of every par
ticle of impurity, and at the same time enriching the blood, allows the
inflamed and""irritated membranes to heal, improves the general health, and
stops every disagreeable eytnptom. S. S. S. reaches down to the very
bottom and leaves no trace of the disease in the system. Boole on Catarrh
and any medical advice free to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Attempt to Prove
Oil Rate Legal
Government, in Retrial of Famoai
Case, Presents Evidence Along
CHICAGO. March S The government
In the retrial of the Standard Oil company
of Indiana today attempted without definite
success to prove that the lVcent tariff
which the officials of the oil comrany
claim they knew nothing about was pub
lished legally in Tariff No. 24 and classi
fied with Illinois freight rates.
Frederick A. Mann of Tx)s Angeles, form
erly general freight agent of the Chicago
Alton railroad, Edward B. Casey, preaent
general agent of the road and Horace B.
Tucker of New Rochelle, N. Y., former
chairman of the Chicago and St. Ixiuls
traffic committee were the witnesses
through whom the government tried to
establish the publication.
Mr. Casey Identified a rata which hung
ly the Chicago freight office when he was
1obI agent. Attorney Miller, for the de
fense, contended that publication must be
proven at the points where the alleged
crimes were charged Whiting, Ind., and
"The publication was In the main office
where the shlpiiers went," said Attorney
Wllkerson for the government. "This Is
The Klklns act was dug up and discussed
until adjournment. William Kllpatrlck,
secretary of the Illinois Railroad and
Warehouse commission, will be placed on
the stand tomorrow morning by the gov
ernment. Many Buried in
Ruins of Village
Leveled by Quake
Unconfirmed Rumor Reaches London
that Town Near Jerusalem Has
Been Entirely Destroyed.
LONDON, March 3. A telegram- received
here from Smyrna, Asiatic Turkey, says
that the village of Masran, near Jerusalem,
has been destroyed by an earthquake. One
hundred and fifty persons are burled In
No confirmation is obtainable here of the
reported destruction of this village, nor
can the place Itself be located. A dispatch
similar to this has heretofore appeared in
Paris and It Is believed that the present
report grows out of this publication, which
also the first time lacked confirmation.
COLIMA, Mexico, March 3. The volcano
of C'olima Is smoking again and throwing
out sparks actively. People living In tha
vicinity of the moutain are in terror.
Actual wheat No. 2 hard sold on the
Omaha market for I1.1H4 Wednesday,
which, is the highest point reached this
year and only a, little under the highest
price ever quoted in Omaha. Grain dealers
say wheat never actually sold for so much,
though the option price hus been higher
and closed Wednesday at $1 being H
of a cent higher than the previous record.
The record was broken for cash prices
of No. 8 hard wheat, when several carload
sold for $1.09.
CHICAGO. March 3. New high records
for the season were established by wheat,
corn and oats on the Board of Trade today.
May wheat, the supply of which is con
centrated in the hands of a prominent
trader, led the advance by touching
which la within H cent of the
price predicted by the speculator mentioned
some months ago and only 2 cents under
the highest price of the Oates campaign
four years ago. July advanced to $1.07,
based on damage reports from the principal
winter wheat states. Expert gossip had It
that July would prove to be an "old crop"
month, that is, a month In which deliveries
on contracts would have to be made from
the previous harvest.
The record-breaking rise in corn and oats
was due to sympathy with wheat. May
coin sold at 67 cents and May oats at
Heal blizzard in Berlin
Fifty People Hnrt and Traffic Blocked
by Heavy Snow Storm at
BERLIN, March 3. Berlin is in the grjp
of a blizzard. Snow fell heavily throughout
the night and this morning traffic was al
most at a standstill. No less than fifty
people have been seriously hurt by falling
on the streets and a large number have
sustained slight injuries from the same
cause. It has been necessaiy to put u
great many of the city cabs on runners.
Over 15,000 of the unemployed of Berlin are
today engaged In olearlng tha roadways.
Empty trains were run over the elevated
railroad all night long in order to keep
the tracks open. Trains from the suburbs
are many hours lute this morning and the
mall trains from Russia and the eastern
provinces are snowed up.
COLDS CAl'SE HEADACHE.
LAXATIVB BROMO Quinine, the world
wide Cold and Grip remedy, removes cause.
Call for full name. Look for signature, K.
W. GROVR 25c.
Harvard. Neb., March S-8peclal) Lester
Webster, died here yesterday from causes
Incident to his age of 77 years. Mr. Web
ster came to Harvard, In the spring of
REMOVES THE CAUSE
On Business or Residence Properties
No commissions to pay.
No renewals required. '
Interest rates reasonable.
Loans repayable in whole or in part any tiny.
FYompt attention in all cases.
BuildinR loans a specialty.
Be Conservative Savings & Loan Ass'n
1614 Harney St., Omaha.
Geo. F. Gilmore, Pres't Paul W. Kuhns, Sec'y
A Triumph in
JOHN B. STETSON, CROFUTT & KNAPP, "ASBURY" HATS,
$3.50 $3.00 $2.50
Table dHot Dinner $1.00, every evening 6 to 8
1873. and hns continuously resided here
since, having been engaged in various lines
of business. He fallowed that of auc
tioneer for mHny years and until his
health prevented, and has ever been an
active participant in the development of
Water and Sener Bunds Larry.
AUBURN, NeU., March 3.-Sjj:mil.)AU
the cltx election. whUh was held yesterday
for the purpose of voting on bonds for the
establishment of water works and a sewer
system, both questions carried, the vote
standing 521 for the proposition and Hi
against. The bonds will be issued at once,
and as soon as disposed of the work will
commence without delay. The amount of
bonds which will be Issued will be $75,ut)0.
Pope la Improving.
ROME, March 3. The pope is better of
his cold and hoarseness, but he has not
yet been permitted to resume his audi
ences, which probably will be suspended
until next week. He is, however, transact
ing business and receives the papal secre
tary. Cardinal Merry Del Val, and other
Vatican officials every day.
Quick Action for. Tour Money Tou get
that by using The Bee advertising columns.
We are offering our atock of high
grade Ladles'. Misses' and t'lili
dren'a shoes In this sale at big dis
count. We must make room for
spring stock. . An opportunity for
you to get the very latest stylea at
very lowest pricea:
Russia Lace' Button, 0A TC
Patent Button Trlxy, A "fl"
Patent Colt, Button, fcO flP
Osborne, regular ijaf .till
$3.S0 value V
Russia Button, Ooza 01 C!C
Top Kssex. 3.60 $sCaj9
Oun Metal. Button, AA JF
Hnrry. regular ft Ual'vO
value , F"" w
Oun Metal Blucher, Pi AP
Uem, a 12.60 value QltUW
Russia Button, Per- (A "f"
value regular 14
Patent, Button. Red- CO ti C
fern, regular 3.50 aJaCsllU
Patent Blucher, Ito, 1 M C
Tan Blucher, Queen, f I OC
High Cut Oun Metal. . ft flC
Uutton, regular 3 A.Q
Demi Glased Blucher. Al AP
youths' Hfgh Out ci cn
Blucher. regular f3.25.3Z. nil
Boys' Waterproof Tan 00
for spring, 1.60 $ III
saa so. UTi-niB hamby
Never has there boon another
such display of clever hat Fash
ions as our brilliant exposition of
the famous Stetson." "Oofiilt
& Knapp" and "Asbury" pro
ductions. In Stetsons alone we show over
1(K) different shapes and shades--including
the new and striking
innovations the new platinum
grays, buff browns and soft
The only displav of its kind in
Meal Tickets Frea a; Hanson's
Every person who tukes a m. u. a; T" !
Hanson's basement restaurant may ku
the number who visit there Uuri'.g In
day. Every day tho nt-uitsl tut.- a,n.
Toll Hanson's lunch Room
The most nttructtve, brltfiiesl. alrli-sl
and most economical lunn. u.ni in i.u.iu
0. iik i iJ
FOR TOILET AND BATH
It makes t! e toilet coineth'ng to be en
joyed. It remsves all itatns and tougnncjs
prevents prickly heat ap-1 ' chafing, ant
teavet the skin white, soft, healthy In th
bath it bring! a glow and exhilaration which
no common soap can equal, imparl.ii g the
rigor and life sensation of a mild Turkisli
iath- Alt. GrcVF" nrroGUTS
Hundreds of Popular Hits
i- In oar -:
10O MUSIC DCPAKTMEbTT
A. HOSPE CO.
1813 Ponglas Street.
UWDAT, MO WD AT, BTXaTIjrOB
K. H. rraaee's Musical Sensation
"A KNIGHT TOR A DAY"
TUESDAY, WIUStKDAY, MASCX -10
Tha International Lire rorevsr Success
MRS. " Tear
A Dramatisation of Alloa Xeyan Bios'i
Charmlna; Btorlas Made by Anus Crawford
B(anaemant Zilebler ft Co.
EAT SAIJB THUASSAY.
HUP A l.n. .
Matinee ry Day 3:1a. Xrery Hi lit :lt
(leorge Prluiroaa, Mnsher Hros., Morrow
& Krhnhberg, Ernest Van Pelt & Co, Klvir
tc Clifton Bob A Little Tip, Russell
Church, Kinodrome. 1'itrcs lOo, a5c Oflc i
Boats uav on sale for Tha Orpheum 'itoad
Teat Weak Starting Marob 7th
GREAT ORPHEUM SHOW
DIBECTIOV MABTIH BSCS
Ssata now on sals.
Phonaa: Doug. 1S0S ; lnd.. A-16UI
Mats I I ' MAUD X.SOBB
Tuea., I In the Colon l Hi.ny of IxjVs
Thurs, I and Romance
fe SaW I "JAB1CB MXBEDITK"
Sunday "When Wa Were weatyOneH
Afternoon and Evening All This Week
MATIBEB TODAY TO BIO XT
Thar.. "TIB COWBOY I: TXB SQUAW
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