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TITR OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. MAKCTT C. 1M
Afl EOlpatricfe's Weipesiaiy
We bought from a large importer his entire line of sample pieces ami odd broken sets of
fine Swi Nainsook and Cambric Embroideries. The prices were very low. We always
share the profits of an exceptional purchape with our customers. We have had some great
embroidery sales this will be immense. The prices fixed for Wednesday we predict will
fill the store. The values are simply remarkable. Four great lots at four different prices.
EdRlnm, Insertions and Baby Insertions, worth up to
20c, will be sold, at, yard J)
Flounrings, Edgings and Insertions usually 30c, will
go at, yard
LLCISLAIUR MANGES BASE
E. A. Brown of Sherman County Buys
PROPOSES TO ENLARGE PLANT
Hallway Men Gets Some Associates
and Incorporates (ml Business
In Order lo Conduct It on
(From a fitaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 23 (Special.) E. A.
Hrown, member of the legislature from
Sherman county, has bougnt an Interest
In the Claflln Printing company at Uni
versity f'iaco and will muke that place
his home. The company will Incorporate
and will shortly begin the erection of a
building XxP) feet to house the new con
(iin. K. W. McGinnls, general agent of the
Northwestern located here, has Incorpora
ted lils coal company in Fremont and to
day filed his articles with the secretary of
mute. The new company Is organised under
the name of the Consolidated F"uel com
pany. Its capital stuck is fi.ono and the
Incorporators are besides Mr. McGinnls,
William n. Brooks and Alfred P. Hopkins.
Captain Brooks, who has had charge of
the business for Mr. McGinnls. will be
actively in charge of the new concern. Mr.
Hopkins lives In Michigan, but will shortly
move to Fremont. An Increasing business
forced Mr. M'Ginnls to Incorporate and get
In mere capital.
nann.net to Legislators.
The Lincoln Commercial club tendered a
baiftiuci to the Nebraska legislature to
night at lhr Lincoln hotel. President W.
A. Selih K of the club was toastniaater and
responses were made by Senators Wlltse
nd Donohoe and Representative Taylor,
Klllen. K. Miller. Clark and Graff. Gov
ernor Shallenberger closed the program
with an address.
tiasre Coanty Saadny Schools.
BEATRICE, Neb., March 33. (Special.)
The Gage County Stindav School convention
convened here yesterday for a two days'
session. Tapers were read during the day
by Paul Dletrlik, state Sunday school
from woman's ailments are invited to write to the names and
addresses here given, for positive proof that Lydia E. I'inkham'a
Vegetable Compound doea cure female ills,
Chisago, 111 -Mrs. AWsua Snarling, 11 Lang-
Ion Si real
Lindlcr. lod.-Mrs. May Pry.
KinnsT Kana.-Mrs. torllm Gilford Beamaa,
Scott. Sr.Y.-Mri. 9. J. Bar bar.
Cvrnwllille, N.T.-Mm. Wm. "ocghlon.
riiMinnili.l) -Xrt W.K Houh.7EAtYiew At
Milvsuaeo. Wis. Mrs. Emma Imss, Sal 1st
Change of Life
Booth Rand, Ind -Mrs. Fred Certla, 1014 S.
K"ah. Knlu.-kT -M'- I.iilie Holland.
Br."riald, il.. Mrs. Saxaa Lausignont. 307
S. Market St.
rt."n. N .l.-Mr. Wra. Somsrrill, 196
Philadelphia. Pa. Mrs. K. E. Garrett, 3407
Noi lb Qarnet Street.
Kenaaaum, Wis.-Mrs. Carl Pahlka.
Maternity Troubles. t
woreMter. MiH.Mn. Dosyhra Cote, 117
lndisa spoils. Ind Mr. A. P. Anderson, 1J07
r. Pratt Street.
Big Hub. Pa. Mrs W. E. Pooler.
.A (water Station, O Mrs. Anton Maelaanpt.
Cincinnati. Obio. Mrs. K. 11. Msddocks, 2138
, (Xlbert avsaxie.
j Metarior. otto. Mrs. La Mint, Box 131.
' DewiUTilla, S T. Mrs. A. A. (tiles.
John. tows. N T. Mrs. Homer N. Seaman, UN
t.. Mais Street
Baftoefle, 111 Mrs. Pstsr LaageDsaha.
Hsmpstaad. Md.-Mrs. .l is. H. Dsadr
Atrisa, (.,s lyss V. Horr. Roots Vo. J.
Is4)np lt. l4 Bessie V. Ptpsr, W South
Ad lison Sirset.
fouisnlle, Ky Mrs. Sam LM.3S2S Poarth St.
Snath Wast Harbor, ht.na. Mrs. Ultiaa
RobMos, Mi. lsaert Light rtallos.
Dalr.xt. htirh. Mrs. Frieda Bossaaa, 644
Uelsraaa Arsaas, ilium.
Master. Illt-Mrs. Mary Ball.
U(oater,lad.-Mrs. KlisaWoed.R F.D. X t
MsltMarns, lows. Mis. Clara Waurmaaa,
K. F. D. No. I.
Bardstova. Ky. Mrs. Josu Hall.
Laiwistoa. Mains. Mrs. Ueary L'lontlar, U
Mianaapolis, Mian. Mrs. Jha O. Moldaa,
alts Ssenad Btravt, N
Bhamroek, Mo Joaka Haas, B. F. D. No. 1;
Marltoa, S J Mrs. Qao. Jordy, Booas No. a.
rhaatar. Ark. -Mr. Ella Wood.
Oailla. Oa. Mrs. T. A. Crlbb.
Pwidlatoa. lMl.-Mrs. May Marshall. It B.44.
Cambrldgs, hah -Mrs. NaUla Moalaailar
These women are onlv a few of
the power of Lydia K. I'inkham'a Vegetable Compound to cure female
diseases. Not one of these women ever received compensating in anv
form for the use of their names In this advertisement buTare will
ing that we should refer to them because of the good they may
do other suffering women to prove that Lydia . E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound is a reliable and honest medioine, and that the
statements made in our advertisements regarding iu merit are the
truth and nothing but the truth.
Corset Corer, deep flounces. Edging and Insertions.
worth up to 60c, will go at, yard 23t
Dainty allover Embroidery deep skirt flouncing and
edging, sella elsewhere as high as $1.00, will go at.
We direct your special attention to our splendid stock of Redfern
Corsets. No corset made combines so many of the essentia) features,
adapted to the present models. Our new fittings rooms are occupied
constantly these days and "Redfern." has the call. Suited to all forms,
there Is a chlcness and modishness, that gives a grace to the form and
figure, which Is charming. There's comfort, too and a wtde range of
prices fitted to most purses. Come In the morning If you care for a
fitting. In the afternoon you may have to wait. Remember, please; no
trouble to show goods, and a rel pleasure to fit "Redfern."
Kilpedrick . Co.
superintendent. Mrs. W. V. A. Dodda. Mrs.
K. G. Drake and others. Last evening Mr.
Dletrlck delivered an Interesting and In
struct! address on Sunday school work.
Tim annual election of officers resuled
as follows: D. J. Wood, president; K E.
Austin, vice president; Miss Mattie Casslty.
secretary treasurer; Mrs. W. 8. Johnson,
superintendent elementary work; Mrs. W.
V. A. Dodda. superintendent home depart
ment; Mrs. E. G. Drake, superintendent
tachers' department; E. F. Klmberly,
superintendont of organization.
OLD MAN ELOPES WITH GIRL
Oklahoma Sheriff Looking? for Ran-
itiri at Broken Row.
BROKEN BOW. Neb., March SI (Spe
cial. I Sheriff John J. Bouquot of Wood
ward county. Oklahoma, is here looking
for George Lovett, 48 years old. charged
with enticing 15-year-old May Wiley from
her home at Crinoline, Okl., about the
Tth of last month. The girl was visiting
an uncle at the time and met Lovett about
thirty-five miles from her home, where
the two were seen to board a train to
gether. Lovett, who Is an ordinary farm
laborer, claimed to have a brother living
In this neighborhood and a few days ago
a letter was sent from him postmarked
Ansley, this county. The Oklahoma officer
immediately started for Nebraska, and.
with the assistance of Sheriff Kennedy,
la now scouring the county with hopes of
locating his man In a short time. Sheriff
Bouquot says the parents of the 'Wiley girl
are highly respectable people of Woodward
county, who are nearly distracted over
their daughter's disappearance.
Meet to Dlscaas Drainage.
WATERLOO. Neb., March 23. ( Special.)
The board of directors of the Elkhorn Val
ley Drainage district held a meeting this
afternoon for the purpose of consulting
with engineers regarding the work. Sev
eral engineers were present and next Tues
day was set as the time to receive pro
posals from engineers for the work, ex
pecting at that time to select an engineer
to have charge of the work.
Hastings Declamatory Contest.
HASTINGS, Neb.. March 23.-(8peclaI Tel-
egram.) Miss Bessie Watklns last night
won first place in the high school declama
tory contest and wlll represent Hastings ln
the district meeting ln Kearney.
Ooahea, Ala. Mrs. W. T. Daltoa. Bouts Ko.S.
Chlesffo, Ill -Mrs Wm. Tally, fl Ocsb At.
Paw Paw, Mich Mrs. Emma Draper.
Flushing, Mich. -Mrs. Burt LojJ, K. F. D.
So. 3 ; care of 1. A. Sanborn,
roffearllls, Misa.-Mrs. S. .1. Jonas.
Clneissatl, Ohko.-Mrs. Flora Ahr, 1U0 Krmt
Clalan4, Ohio -Miss Llnis Siatgsr, U1S
risat Itaaoa, .K.
WeslayTilla. Pa.-Mrs. Mag rlsEstsr.R 71)1
ITartbarf ,Tsnn Mrs. Lue Hilliard, 1L&.1.
Hsjtlald, Va-Mrs. Mayms Wiadla,
Harrla, 111 Mrs. Chss. Folkal.
Wincheatsr, lad -Mrs. May Peas.
I War, lad. Mrs. Wm. Oharlrh. H. F DNo. L
baltlmorw. Md.-Mrs. W. 8. ford, 19M Laaa-
Roiburr, Mass. Mrs. Franels Msrkle.13 Fiale
Clarksdals. Mo. M as Anna Wallaes.
OsTarille. hio.-Mrs. BUa Mirbael. R F.D X
iMTloa, Ohio. Mrs. Ua Hals. Boa K, Na-
tionaJ MUltsxt Home.
Lhaaon, Pa. -Mrs. Harry L. Kittle, 2S3 Lea
HTkas. Tns -Miosis Hsll.
larolt,Mieh.-Mrs. Loalse Jaag JKChestaat
B(- Or Brian Troahdo.
Vtaosanas Ind -Mrs. Byl. B. Jaraald, Kt H.
Gardinar, Maiaa.-Mrs. B. A. Williams, K. P.
I. No. Is; Box SS.
rhiladalahta. r. -Mrs. Chss. Boat), sT M.
Platubarg, Mn.-MlssVsrsaWilhas,R F.D4.
Wllllmantte, Conn. Mrs. Kits Doaoraa, Bos
Woodaida, 14ah. Mrs. RaAhsl Jehnssn.
Korkland, Mains. Mrs. WlU Tonsg, CoL
fteottTllla, Mich -Mrs .1 8. Johnson. R.F D L
Iaun. Ohto. Mrs. F. K. Smith, ail Elm St.
Frls, Pa -Mrs. J. P. Eadlteh, R. F 1. No. T.
Beavar Falls. Pa.-Mrs. W. P. Boyd. S10S
Fslrrhanea, Pa. Mrs. I. A. Thinham. Bx LM.
Fort Hunter, Pa Mrs. Mary Jans Shstto
F-sat Earl. Pa. -Mr. Auatislut I.yoa, K.F.O.a
Vtsana, W. Va-Mrs. mma Wkattoa.
Oronofo, Mo. Mrs. Maa MeKmght.
Camdan. N J -Mrs. Tubs S'tUra, 4&1 Liher-
Joaaph. Oragon. Mrs. Ahee Riffntn.
Philndalphla. Pa. - Mrs. John Johastoa, t
S aal ecroat.
Chrtsuana, Tana. Mrs. Mary Weod, B, F. D.
Psaos, Taaae. Mrs Ada Toaag Egilastan.
Oraallartile, Vt .Mrs.ChM. Barclay, R.F.D.
thousand of living; witnesses of
Bryan Speaks at
Grave of Friend
Delivers Eulogy at Funeral of George
Warren, Democratic Leader
TECVMSEH. Neb.. March 3 (Special
Telegram.) William J. Bryan delivered a
eulogy over the body of a friend here this
afternoon at the funeral of George War
ren, a democratic leader In Johnson county
and an Intimate friend of Mr. Bryan for
The funeral was held at 1 o'clock from
the Presbyterian church. It was conduct ad
by Rev. Robert RIddell and other ministers.
Mr. Bryan delivered a short address in
which he referred to the character of Mr.
Members of the Grand Army of the Re
public, of which Mr. Warren was com
mander, attended the funeral In a body and
the services at the grave were conducted
by the Masonic lodge.
Mr. Warren had lived here thirty years.
He was In the mercantile business for some
time, but had lived a retired life for several
PITTIXG IP MIMCIPAL TICKETS
Nelson Blossoms Ont Into City of the
HA8TINGS. Neb.. March 23,-(8peclaJ )
The contending side in the lccaJ campaign,
whose sole Issue is prohibition, have settled
down to a struggle which promises to be
one of the fiercest in the history of Hast
ings politics, Usual party lines have been
completely eliminated, all the candidates
standing on tickets either for or against
the present system of high license.
The prohibitionists are combining their
efforts to gain a majority In the council
and this feature of the contest completely
overshadows the race for mayor. There
are four councllmen to be elected. If the
prohibitionists elect three of the four Hast
lnKS wlll ,aka lta place ln the prohibition
column. Of the four wards two were
a: '?ly for high license In the last spring
A local newspaper has been engaged to
give its space liberally to the prohibition
cause from now until the election. As a
reflection of the Intensity of the feeling1
over the question here the opening an
nouncement In this periodical contained the
,d ctaratlon: "To hell with those who
Justify the sal. ion i on fli ancial grounds."
NELSON', Ne., Mrch 33. (Special.)
Some little time ago it was decided to
organise the village of Nelson Into a city
of the second class, having grown in popu
lation to the required number. A cltliens'
caucus was held last night in lieu of the
above action and the foHowlng officers
were nonrlrfited: a. A. Lapp, mayor;
James G. Richmond, clerk; I. . Foster,
treasurer; 8. F. Vinton, police Judge; F.
A. Scherxlngtr and D. L. Davies, councl
men for the First ward; George Jacka-m
and Frank Hutchinson, councllmen for the
Brcond ward. It has also he en decided by
the clttaens to take up the matter of In
stalling a system of water works.
YORK. Neb.. March 2S. Speclal.) The
den-ocrata held a mass meeting and nomi
rated the following ticket: For mayor,
W. L Klrkpatrlck ; for chrk. Prof. I. G.
Atherton; for treasurer, C. H. Kolllng;
engineer. A. B. Codding; councllmen, First
ward. O. A. Hartley; Second ward. Harry
Q. Martin; Third ward. Dr. J. C. McKlnley;
Fourth ward. Dr. G. W. Shldler, Jr.
YORK MEN TOO WISE TO BITE
Mike Organisers Final at Poor Field
at that Polat.
TORK. Neb., March (Special.) If the
Council Bluffs trio of race promoters had
not skipped out of York in the night they
would have been arrested and exposed long
ago. One of them came to York and soon
made the acquaintance of those whom he
thought could he interested in the famous
order of Mikes. This party finally selected
a well known business man i id then un
folded the suie thing race to be pulled
off ln Penver aaktng the York business man
to go to Denver and bet thousands of dol
lars to be furnished by him. The scheme did
not appeal to the York busineaa man and
affy conaultatlonaa with friends they de
cided to arrest and detain the now cele-
1 brated organlier of the order of Mikes.
but learning that something was wrong the
Council Bluffs party skiuued out of town
taking a midnight train.
Party (iiriara at Srhayler.
Si'HTYI.EU. Neb.. March 13. (Special.)
T.'ie republican caucus for the city officers
nominated Otto Zeaiow for mayor. F. J.
Kovar for citv clerk. John Ooeth for city (
treasurer. J. M Crosby for police Judge: ,
for councllmen. FSrst ward, C. H. Williams, t
second, ward, R. D. Moors; Third ward,
ward. V. B. Barnes. For achool hord,
F. H. Swoboda. C. H. Johnson and J. T.
The democratic caucus nominated Frank
Dudek for mayor, f. J. Kovar for city
clerk. U C. Smith for police Judge. John
Vath for city treasurer. For councllmen:
First ward. 8 8. Green; Second ward. R.
I. Moore; Third ward. John Dudek. For
j Bi-tiool board: J. A. Orimtnson. R. A. Dor-
rek and W. J. Allen,
boar parties nominated F. J. Kovar for
city clerk and R. O. Moore for council for
Declamatory Content at Blair.
BUAIR. Neb.. March 23. (Special.) A
declamatory contest waa held In the as
sembly room of the high school building
last evening for the purpose of choosing
two representatives from the high school
to the district contest to he held In South
Omaha in April. The program was In three
classes, oratorical, dramatic and humorous,
with nine participants. The winners were:
Miss Fay Hathaway of the dramatic and
Miss Oeraldlne Kemp of the humorous
class. Thlsls the first time the Blair High
school has had representation ln a district
contest. The Judges were Prof. E. Jj. Cook
of the Fort Calhoun school, A. H. Dixon
of Tekamah and L. C. Bryan of Missouri
Valley, la., the latter making the award
to the winners.
Sfehraaka Sews Notes.
BRAiDSHAW The fire department Is
raiaing money to a fire house, 14x32, at a
cost of J.V10.
HASTINGS John Owens, an early set
tler here, died Monday afternoon. He waa
S3 years old. Funeral wlll be Thursday aft
ernoon. HENDERSON Enough signers have been
secured to call an election to vote bonds
with which to build a central school
BEATRICE In a close and exciting
game of baseball yesterday the sophomore
team won from the seniors by the score
of 12 to 8.
MNDSAY Davy Regan. 15-years-old son
of Tom Regan, living on Shell Creek, had
hla arm broken and sustained brain in
juries in a runaway accident.
PLATTSMOLTH The East Texas exhibit
car arrived in this city -Wednesday morn
ing. It contains an exUR1, of the products
grown in Anderson county, Texas.
LINDSAY The citizens' party nominated
Dr. J. H. Tobkln and G. M. vanAckern
to succeed themselves as members of the
town board. They will rpobably have no
YORK Frank Marshall, the well known
Implement dealer, line purchased an inter
est in the Van Wlckle Grain and l.umtwir
company and will have charge of their
BROKEN BOW-Del Campbell, living
twenty-two miles from here, who tore down
his smallpox quarantine notice last week
Is to be rigidly prosecuted, according to
Health Officer Pennington.
BEATRICE Mrs. M. M. Falk. a resident
of West Beatrice, gave birth to triplets, all
boys. Sunday afternoon. They weigh eight,
seven and six pounds, respectively, and ap
pear to be a very healthy trio of young
sters. GRKSHAM W. 8. Rogers, manager for
Searle Chapen 1 Aim her company of this
place, has resigned and will accept a po
sition from some company aj general
canvasser. M. W. S. Robinson wlll take
his position here.
LINDSAY Frank Helnmann. s young
man living near 8t. Bernard, had two
fingers pulled off in a eornsheller. He was
oiling the machinery when he was caught
by the gearing with the above results. The
doctors hope to save part of the hand.
LINDSAY Bernard Minaher met with an
sccldent, falling off from a load of hay
while he waa trying to help a forkful Into
the barn, the forkful being too heavy for
the horse to pull up. He sustained a
sprained elbow and a badly contused nose.
YORK York lodge No. 3S. Independmt
Order of Odd Fellows. Is going o cele
brate the location of the state Odd Fel
lows' building at York. Great preparations
are being made to appropriately celebrate
the location of this home that has put
York on the map of every Odd Fellow In
BEATRICE Guy Lidrticott and Miss Ella
Sanrlfls of Herington, Kan., were married
recently at Topeka. Kan. The marriage
was kept a secret until yesterdav. when
the young couple's friends learned of the
affair. They wlll make their home In
Beatrice, where the groom Is engaged In
the shoe business.
BROKEN BOW Mayor Walter A. Oeorre
states positively that he Is not a candidate
Tor re-election; tins leaves nut one name
at the ehad of the ticket, that of ex-Cur-cllman
Dan Rockwell. There Is strong talk
of putting another ticket in the field bv a
number of people who were not satisfied
with the laat week's caucus.
r-LATTSMOl'TH Wayne and Clvde
Mu-phy have arrived home from Havana.
Cub. Their mother stopped In Newport
Newt. Vs.. for a short visit, while awaiting
for her husband. Fred A. Murphv. who will
sail from Havana on April 1. Mr. Murphy
has been ln the employ of the government
there for three years, golr.g from Omaha,
where he had previously employed In the
government building for several years.
BEATRICE ost H Travelers' Protective
association, met and elected these officers:
J. A. Kees. president; H. H. Walte. vice
president: M. N. Barnes, secretary-treasurer:
Jerry Dukeslaw. Ed 8. Garber. T. E.
Adams. Charles Cruncleton and August
Schaefer. board of directors. The delegates
to the state meeting to be held In this city
April Z3 and 54 are Jerry Dukes'aw. t. M.
Cruncle'on. Maurice Handler. J. A. Kees.
H. H. Walta and M. N. Barnes.
BEATRICE At the annual meeting of
Beatrice council No. 7. I'nlted Commer
cial Travelers, these officers were elected:
Arthur J. Oakes. senior counsellor; James
E. Wallin. paat counsellor; M N. Barnes,
secretary-treasurer; Wiillam Mayborn, con
ductor; Thomas E. Adams, page; Leroy
Hhsro Is OnlyiOno
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Stunning Mew Tailored Suits at $25
Positively $35 and $40 Values
This great cloak and suit store the acknowledged leading suit liousc
of Omaha, through wonderful facilities, is able to offer stunning suits at
prices impossible to others hence the remarkable offer of regular $35
and $40 suits at $25.00.
In our great offering for Wednesday's sale you will find exclusive
new models shown now for the first time; in various lengths and effects,
made of fine mannish suiting, French serges, prunella cloths and soleil
materials in every fashionable color.
There are nearly 200 new
Suits to choose from,
Stevens, sentinel; Mai Ion F. Wolfe, chap
lain; William C. Brooks. James Walltn.
delegates to the grnndcouncll to be held at
Columbus. Neh.; K. fX Abbott and C. M.
BEATRICE At a meeting of" the Beat
rice Cemetery association yesterday J. W.
Coonley was elected sexton of both ceme
teries. A movement Is on foot to beautify
the grounds of Evergreen Home cemetery.
BEATRICE The Cortland Farmers'
Grain and Coal company filed articles of
Incorporation yesterday wtlh the county
clerk. The capital stock is placed at IW.O")
Rnd the Incorporators are John T. Whaien,
William Pape. P. 11. James, F. J. A. Hart
wig. C. C. Wolfe. W. E. Robiblns. Fred
l.utke. David Boesinger. V. A. Burling,
Fred Pape. John Lucke and J. H. Doollttle..
The company has. purchased mo plant or
the Omaha Grain company at Cortland.
HASTINGS Sat isfactvfy progress la be
ing made in the prepaialiona for the Hast
ings Home Products exposition. which
will take place In tne Auditorium during
the first week In May. This will be the
first enterprise of Its kind ever attempted
In this state outside of. perhaps. Omaha
and Lincoln. There are twenty or more dis
tinct lines of rruinufacturo represented,
here. Probably the two princinl indus
tries) are In the manufacture of brick and
cigars. Hastings has the largest cigar fac
tory In the state and probably the total
output of cigars in this city exceeds that
of any other city In the state. The expo
sition will Include displays of practically
all the llres of manufacture. It will be
open to the public on four days and no sd
misslon fee will be charged.
Baptist Conference Snrressfnl.
Hl'RON. S. D., March 23. (Special.) The
Baptist missionary conference held hero
was well Attended, delegates and visitors
being present from many of the larger
cities of the state. Dr. Eubank and Dr.
Hanson, both of national reputation In
missionary work, were also present and
took part ln the deliberations, and also de
livered Instructive and entertaining ad
dresses. General Howard at Encampment.
SIOUX FALLS. R. D.. March 23 tSpe
claL Colonel Thomas If. Brown, com
mander of the local Grand Army of the Re
public post, has been advised that General
O. O. Howard, whos home is at Burlington,
Vt., has accepted an Invitation to be pres
ent during the annual encampment of the
South Dakota Grand Army of the Republic,
which will be held ln Sioux Falls, June
Zi, 23 and 24, next.
Haron Land Headquarters.
Hl'RON, S. D., March 21 i Special.
By directioln of the Department of the In
terior, Huron becomes headquarters for the
division of South Dakota for business be
fore the general land office not directly be
longing to the district land offices. Henry
C. Collum has been appointed as chief of
the South Dakota division and will arrive
here ln a few days.
Barley Crop Pays Well.
SIOL'X FALLS. S. P., March 23. (Spe
cial.) The crop of barley raised last season
on the farm of E. J. Ellis of Clark county
has Just been marketed aixl Ellis finds that
the crop paid "him a profit of J27 t per acre
for the land upon which it was raised.
This Is more than double what he paid for
the land only a few years ago.
Hotel Gneat Cremated.
CORNWALL. Ont.. March 23 The Wind
sor hotel here was destroyed by fire early
today. One man was burned to death, three
are missing and two so badly Injured they
were sent to the hospital. Difficulty was
experienced in getting other guests out.
The damage amounts to I Co mo.
pains in the cheat require quick treatment
with Dr. King's New Discovery. rrevcnU
pneumonia. 60c and $100. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
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BY THE W0RID-REN0HNED
Whose Rare Beanty
BOYD'S OPERA HOUSE
Next Tuesday Afternoon, March 30th, 2:30
Newspaper Xsports on Madams Tale's lectures.
Mme. Yale Is Indorsed by every first clans newspaper In the TTnlted
States The notices herewith printed sre clippings from long articles on the
occasion of Mine. Yale's lecture In different cities.
"Mine Yale is as beautiful as It Is possible for a woman to bs." New Or
"For be It known Mme. Yale Is a beautiful woman." Boston Globe.
' Mme. Yale would easily pass for 18 and her beauty would attract atten.
tlon In a (fathering of women selected for their beauty." St. Louis Republic
"Her curly golden hair shrouds a perfect brow of alabaster. Hsr skin is
as pink and velvety aa a babe's." Kansas City Star.
"Mme. Yale never looked prettier than yesterday. The sweet face turned
up had upon It more thnn earthly beauty. The applause was as though a temp
est swept the place. Women accorded to the Queen of Beauty the meed of
worship." Chicago Inter-Ocean.
She has a mass of fair hair, dark brows and lashes, cheeks and chin as
round ami smooth aa a girl's and a throat that most girls might envy."
Pioneer Press. St. Paul.
"The curtain slowly rose and Mme. Yale, in all her loveliness, appeared
before the, admiring audience. To say that she is lovely gives a faint Idea
of her beauty. Her brlnfht eyes flash with the brilliancy and fire of genius
and of early youth." Nashville Banner.
"Her pouting, crimson lips. full, rounded cheeks, smiling childish far and
ferfect form would seem to proclaim her a beautifully developed girl of IS."
"Mme. Yale packed the Star theater with ladles. Such an audience has
probably never been seen ln this city." Ruffalo News.
"Her hair is yellow and wavy, her evebrows dark and finely cut and her
lips llk two pouting cherries." Grand KapUls Democrat. ,
"All agreed that she was certainly the most marvelous woman known to
the earth since Helen of Troy drove men mad with her charms." Buffalo
"Tnthuslasts have likened her to the renowned figure of Venue di Mllo.
Grace abounds in her every movement." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"Enthusiasts hae likened her to the renowned figure of Venus de MtlO,
complimentary at the Toilet Goods Department of
The beet seats will e given to those who make a purchase of Mma. Tale's
Beauty Culture articles at the time of applying for tickets. Otherwise they are
unconditionally free. Secure them In advance. They are now ready for distri
bution. Mine. Yale's name being sufficient magnet to draw thousands, many
wlll be turned away.
wers after you
They used to bring "her" pleasure. Per
haps you wlll find that they would count for
even more now. It Is a good way to re
member the birthdays and anniversaries and
tokeep alive the sentiments, that count for
most in life.
You can order by telephone if
you want to. Look over the adver
tisements under the head of "Flor
ists" on the want ad. page and you
!wlll find just the
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