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To Lovers of the Beautiful
We beg to announce to the public the arrival of our
Spring line of Stamping Pattern.
We nrff prepared to stamp all of the latest style gown
Princess,-Erupire, Directoire, Bretelle Skirts with Jacket,
Hat tfn'd Faraol to match each suit.
Alo many-new designs in waistB, Buster Brown col
lars with Jabots to match, underwear and many dainty de
sign for infants' outfits. ; , .
Av'also'wi?h to announce the completion of our Spring
line of finished Pillows and Center Pieces.
. .We extend to the public a hearty invitation to call and
eee.-theee.many pretty things on our second floor.
- ,e ; Jefisons in Art Embroidery every day from 3 to
5 pm. V ; -
frank Ti-' Bton.
Chrlstln's plifrallty. 367.
For t'oanrllnaaa Slsth
Krank I.. -t-Ttftriody
James Corr . .Y '
A,. R. Horl
Oeorge U, iiMV
O. H. Isr,-....,
H. n. MA.!Urr yv
Hnry F.'X)troin ,. ,
; Oslrom If. fftram.( 72S.
Far tVancftaaaa Seventh War.
rjom m. .p'atw-. i.ssa
Louis PeWson .:., 1 771
Fred Bismol ...V-, 1 ww
FrM Rjirrwdr ...' 1,876
. SehrocVr's plurality, 12.
. Fi(X'oaacll!Han. Eth1fc Ward.
Harriet fr,lHlbrrie. ....
iVllMo-iV''. 'Co'r)r,r.V -
Rami FYtffirtiniHrt- .
J. B. Hutymrl.-.
Hummed .thrfcllfij-; S.VA
For ,tioiitmB"lnla Ward.
.Tames A Don ....,'.?.
Harry rFlsCwr "v: .
Van lAiy'iii K
Oeora; D. !TU'c ...i.,..k
John J. rilni;......V.;.J.
;" Rice s phlrljlUy. 1,'f,'
r or iffiiinimiii.iriia n .m
jftlin Fr) fehra.M
. B. Nltjn'a
A- C. Kfit-el
John J. Novak. .......
innw-MJiTiaaiiiTi .-v.-.'. .-. . .-.
, Kuvl'rP'iVUty. lis.
, '. r,,llni fcJevmta Ward.
Willlanvj?r4t,ttin .... 1.094
W. F. uunraler..., 2
Loufti Unrfbloin' 717
3er.rgw "Marahall 3
Ien O. PaJmF.i...... 1.S61
M."hali; phirallby, 457.
Por Coanpllataa Trrrlfta Ward.
William A Crvrnian..
O. A. N. Oli-ae..
Chaeloa M. Darla.M.,.1
Fraak.' H.' OuHok ..'...(
,Iam. C. Lindsay .v.-...
A. M. Pfteraon..,....,
a. N. Tom...
pavia' plurality. 2M.
M r. 'Srrymn ,'.').
temttA O." Dahlmair. . ... ; ...;, .. .
Tahrhana rfiajorlfy, 1.87.
Mil fltf Clerk,
nan . Bfitf1er...r:. . J.7M
Arthur,' Pew 1.241
Btitlfer'" majority, 2.7.
. ! ;' For Itomstrollrr.
' "V-w rltr Attorney.
, , t For. BallrtInK Inspector.
CTiarles II. ''AVlthm'llJ
For Coanrllmaa Flrat Ward.
Andy. Hanacn !..,
Joaaph Ji Mlk.
WHw' plurality, tm.
'Vmt CoiBdlnaa Second Ward
Ta Bridget "..:.'...'.!
Thomaa Wrtgti . ,
Brjdgef' majority, 1,971.
j.faf -Coaacllata Third Ward
Chaftaa -W. v IJttla...-.
JMinea' Hara. ,
E.' -A-.- -AVonn ..t.-. w. u . :
OHira'i plurality, 147.
Ftfr- toutirrtlaiaa Foarth Ward.
U B. Jolyiaoni..,, 3.323
For CttjuJUnka ' rifth Ward.
(loodley F. Bruoker.... 1,3
M. R. Huntlngtoq.,U : : in
Alfred Keller J ; i. . i. . .. m
Ed 1 Liw(r,; ....... '...,!.
1 Boys' & G
Styled for faster"
rUI fl finely .
ejnfji(d In palf ot
er that aama aad jro art la
a paalttoa. -1 ' daalcraaU the
haraMat, haaaaaiaaat aa moat
"com Wav- or ; relowr aalf
hoaa ar haUt . tow . rag-goa
aj. ' y
Thtiyra pat ay h ahoetnak
ra waa S0IOW tba aid tlava
atads ban-i-ahoaauUtara who
maa good old fashioned oak
Watfcf far ahoa bottoms.
Tha hoy, too, ospoota to Jala
the "Basts parade" ao it
woaldat ho too early to a a. alp
hist right MOW.
at that sTAhtB ntaa-tho
psolal" raaaesahai that It
means aTarytklag U havs
9 to 13 At $2.00
1 to 5 at $2.50
May ha had also la patoat
leather, at maraly fOa per pair
I I a 4 i,r I lkfejl S7a
taia-tttr Doutflas 5trect Omaha - Nar.
Send or Our yew Illustrated Spring Catalogue
SEACI ALL DlfTI. 14. A-1S41
William I Nlchola
Bnirker'a plurality, an.
For Coaaellmaa Sixth
Dan W. Canon !........
Charlca V.. Kelpln
W. 8. Sheldon !..
ShHdon'a plurality. (23.
For Coaaellaiaa fterenth Ward.
f. J. Canan 799
Michael Hoiran 1.1"2
Alma Jaokaon ! 1,7M
B. J. McArdle........ 9J
Jackeon'a pluraltty. bM.
For Coanrllmaa Elhth Ward.
John C. Davta 4,048
For Coaarllaaan Ninth Ward
Thomaa MoOovern !.
T. B. Norrla
McQovarn'a majority, 91.
For C'oanellmaa Tenth Ward
Pter K. Rliaaar
John H. Klllian !
Claaisar'i plurality, 8R2.
For Coanrllmaa Bleveath Ward
M. F. Funkhouaer 2.703
R. A. Schneider 1,786
Funkhouaer' majority, 938.
For Coanellman Twelfth Ward
M. L. Endra ! 3.0S1
P. H. Steyer I',f72
Endres majority, 49.
Following la the detailed vote of the city
For ftiaror Kennbllran.
1 20 6 1 1R S7
8 2 0 1 2 48
3 48 7 6 : 74
4 19 8 -4 5 13
Total!., 115 IS- U 72 190
1 24 6 7 19
! 48 6 -15 M
2 42 13 13 63
4 ., iH - 13 3 13 2S
I 28 4 4 19 42
Total 170 J) "u 67 2oa
t 0 1 I .64
3 t 1 I 3 1M
3 23 4 2
4 S 2 18 54
6 15 ' 2 4 27
. Totali... 86 -12 12 ...39- 263
FOURTH WARD. .
1 61 . - I 1 II 21
t 80 8 1 18 21
I 27 t ( 17 26
4 43 0 0 28 3i
6 97 1 0 31 86
Total! 268 8 108 167
FIFTH WARD. .
1 94 ( 66 .48
2 lOi t 3 47 M
I 64 7 4 K 48
4 60 4 4 19 94
( 34 3 4 21 U4
Total! 350 18 23 174 i
1 71 4 1 28 (2
1 88 1 1 (3 58
3 81 7 3 31 45
85 7 4 0 51
Total 808 1 It . 170 20
1 90 .... 46 46
1 83 4 1 40 . 2s
8 114 1 1 71 44
4 48 3 1 38 'Ji
Total! 834 7 4 193 140
- - EIGHTH WARD.
1 72 2 I 16 " 81
3 83 ... 8 . 4 . 21 69
8 s. t 3 1 21
4 84 .. 1 , 30 , 44
' Total! 222 9 12 84 206
79 7 10 43 . 76
1 81 8 4 36 S3
wiU bo c4atd wlU
, the gtjrle thowo la
. Tha girl who wears a tart.
rights" aa aaster ITuuday wlU
hare maeh tdtuufi ot hoc.
suter whe .SOBSS'T. i for
"tartrlghts" are built ,sm
haalthfal foot forma area
though . stylish to "tha atatost.
In rid kid. La patent laathar
la patent leather with "wag
gar brown tops aad ia whits
button effects aU lata ideas.
Aad a girt long tha Idea
af pmrohaslaf he X aster shoes
at a typieal "girls' " sstabllsh
meat where her style; her
idea af modal aad 3Q1 aisee
are eoaUnaally hept la mind.
BVt to 10 $2, $2.50
11 to 2 at $2.50, $3
If it's a pair af 'tartrifhts"
it's bona to ha alaaay.
I I t
4 M 4 ., 4a 54
I M I tt 7
Tolsls 4ns n II M til
1 IS ' t 1J 42
I 14 I T H
I .. ' I 7 17 ?S
4 s I .t f t;
I ..-23 , i 19 41
Totals 4 Ill "l r S El
1 4 t 48 VI
1 M 4 . 41 43
J 100 f 4 S 9
i o w a)
4 S 4 47 69
Totals S 18 10 M 171
r 1M 11 7 77 12
M 7 27 tW
t 85 12 SI
4 16. 3 7 58
Total!" 4R1 35 21 1 Z3
' rr Mnyar Democrat.
THIRD WARD. .
.: :.- .27
;.:.;..:..; ! ;
Totals......... ! 177
HOWELL DIPS IN
ON WATER BILL
(Continued from First Page.)
house passed It. The position waa In har
mony with hla ruling aa food commis
sioner through Chief Deputy Mains. The
governor waa quoted by Senator Tlbbets
as being In favor ( the house bill as
When thla statement was made, Senator
King assertad that Governor Shallenberger
had come fo him and asked him to pre
pare an amendment that would pursue a
middle ground, and his had been done. He
claimed to have submitted It to Governor
Bhallenherger since ha drew It. Senator
King . also said he would . not have
drawn the governor Into the matter
had It not been for the reference of Sena
tor Tlbbets to the governor's position.
An effort was mads to reconsider the
vote by which tha bill was ordered to
third reading, on motion of Bartoa ot Sa
line. Further discussion took place, but
the vote waa tan to nineteen against re
consideration and loat. It waa said the
food manufacturers desired to have a bear
ing; Vefore the senate committee.
Interests May Control Jndlelary.
The senate concurred In the house amend
ments to S. F. 100, by Donohoo, the non
psrtissn Judiciary bill. The houss changed
the messure to provide that petitions of
candidates for supreme Justice and supreme
judge, seeking to go on the ballot, should
consist of 6,000 names and all other peti
tions should be 1,000 names. Senator King
opposed the bill at soma length on the
ground It would permit the special inter
esta to have more Influence on the election
of Judges than they do at present. He
declared the sice of the petition imposed
by the amendments waa in favor of tha
candidates representing these combina
tions, as they were Juatfried to send their
agents over tha state with petitions. In his
own district, hj. laid, the Union Pacific
sent men all along their lipa opposing him
and something that waa true In a district,
he declared, was ltkery fo be frus In the
stats at large. ' .',
' Ha thought the party designation for can
didates for Judge waa the beat, as It elimin
ated a, host of candidates from the field
that-would make tha election a hard one
to handle and confusing to tha voter. By
the multiplicity of candidates, the Intended
aim of the bill would be defeated.
To Bay Wayno Normal.
The senate haa agreed with the house
on buying the Wsyne Normal school for
the purpose of establishing a school In
northssst Nebraska to train teachers. The
measure appropriates 890.000 and specifies
that ths State Normal board shall have
charge. The bill has no emergency clause
and will be effective July 1. Ths Institu
tion consists of eight buildings in all.
and was repreaented to be worth practi
cally double tha sum charged the state
for It. The owner, Mr. Pile, recently died,
but the plan to aell to tha stats was
under way before his death.
Ttie senate committee of tha whole raised
the appropriation for a aew building at
ths School for ths Deaf and Dumb at
Omaha, from- 836.000 to IBS, 909 and recom
mended It for passage.
Hand One (a Plaasosa.
-8. F. 46, by Ransom ef Douglas, lasted
about five minutes in ths houss and thea
It was killed without ceremony. Tha bill
provided that tha boenaing boanf should
it and paas on applications to sell liquor
DAILY. BEE. THURSDAY,
tlntr days befm-e the old lieenirs expired;
that parties slanlng petition might tnear I
they were freeholder! and then It would
be up to the proteatanta to prove they
were not freeholdere. It also provided
saloon keeper "could retire hi! license be
fore the end of. the year and get a rebate,
on the same providing the license had not
been cancelled because of an Infraction
of tha law.
Opponents of the measure lnlstet that
this provision would permit saloon keeper!
to start a salnnn and then falling to make
money lo quit and get back their license
money. Uraff. Nettleton of Clay and oth
ers opposed It.
Gives Power to earh Hoanee.
Though they preached home rule In the
campaign the. members of the house rec
ommended . for passage a bill this after
noon which has already passed the senate
which gives to an agent of the state the
right to enter any dwelling If he believes
a dependent child, of the state is secreted
or detained there.
The agent la given power td forcibly entT
tha house and If the 6wner thereof offers
any objections ha la guilty of a misde
meanor. - ,.-'
This- great authority Is given to an agent
of the state In S. F. 830. by Miller of Lan
caster, which provldVa that the governor
shall appoint' a commission of three per
sons to have charge of a school for de
pendent children to be conducted at the
Horns for the Friendless. Thla board or
commission shell h a v" complete charge of
the school and shall have power to ap
point an agent at 81.500 s, year to look after
the children. ' If a member of the school
runs away and this agent haa reason to
believe that he Is Wing detained or Is
concealed In any- house he may forcibly
enter and make a search. '
The bill went through the house without
anyone calling attention to thla great power
being placed In. tha hands of a person who
la not even required to give bond. -
LIVELY TIME S THK HOUR
Clark aad Rlehardeoa Sat Down t'poa
hy tha tnenker.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
.LINCOLN, March . 31. (Speclal.)-AmM
cheers and" Jeer the - house adjourned to
night following a ruling by Speaker Pool
that a resolution presented by Clark of
Richardson was out ef order. Clark had se
cured unanimous Consent to have It read.
The resolution provided that inasmuch as
ths -law provided that the regents of the
stats university may accept gifts or dona
tions for' the university that the regents
may do aa they, deem wise regarding the
Carnegie pension fund for the teachers.
In explanation ''of , his resolution Clark
laid the. regent! could have accepted ths
pension fund without coming to the legis
lature, but hiving been courteous enough
to. put the matter, up' to tha legislature, he
believed It the duty of the house to leave
the regents In the same position they were
before the bill, waa Introduced.
While Clark -was trying to talk jerry
Howard waa yelling as loud is he could
something about the Homestead strike and
Graff of Cuming got worked up and tt-
pressed his opinion of the matter following
the Clark talk and a half doien others were
shouting and yelling and. Jeering at ths
same time. ' - . .
"I do not want t take snap Judgment
in the matter," raid Clark, "and I ask that
the resolution go over under the rules until
tomorrow that each member can decide the
'The -resolution' is celarly out of order,"
said Speaker- Pool. The qeustlon has been
passed orf three times by this house." And
as the speaker brought .down his. gavel on
his desk lt-was.-the elgnal for a wild burst
orhpplauee." w.v ., - ... .
"1 demand my rights here as a member,
said Clark with moth heat. "I received
unanimous consent to have that resolution
read and It waa read. It Is not out of
order " '
"1 move we take a recess until f o'clock
tomorrow," yelled a half dozen voices.
"I have a right to appeal from ths
"The motion haa been made to adjourn,"
said the speaker,' "and that question la not
With Clark and Wilson and others try
Ing to get recognition, tha speaker declared
ths motion to adjourn had carried. Then
tha bouaa turned loose another yelL
RECORD RUSH FOR PIE COUNTER
Governor Is Easily the B sales t Maa
(From a Staff Correspondent.) -
LINCOLN, Match 81. (Special.) All per
sons who are seeking state Jobs are in
vited to visit the offloa of Governor
Shallenberger at, ones, to send a telegram
announcing their . candidacy, or to writ
htm a letter end to Induce their friends to
write letters of recommendation. The work
would bettor be done right away, for the
bills with ths fat places are being rushed
through, and the, early bird get the angle
worm and one angleworm make but on
Job! Job! Jobs! Everybody come!
The rush for political pie to the state
house has begun and with the closing
session of the legislature and the flood of
bill that I being sent down at the snd
of the eleventh 'hour, there Ii the added
Jam. of Job-seekers who hv a right lo
sxpect that from tli actions of the demo
crats thla session, they are to receive the
rewsrd. Men who have been fighting ths
political battle of W. J. Bryan for nearly
a score of years snd who have grown gray
bearded Waiting at (he gate are on their
way to Lincoln and this will be notice to
others that If there Is to be any chance
of tha reward they had better get up
steam. No waiting will count. Governor
Shallenberger has made a reputation of
appointing hot off the bat and he la sup
posed to know a good man for an office
the minute he turns his spotlight in his
direction. - i
With ths pasaage of the bill for the new
State Normal School board, which haa been
aent to the- executive office, carrying the
emergency clause snd providing for the
appointment of a board of five members
In addition to ths state officer mentioned
ss si officio members, there began the race
for pelf. Ths members of the legislature
have friend they are urging, and between
times when ths governor Is explaining
Constipation the Cause of
Nature V Own Remedy.
Constipation Is not only disagreeable. It
la dangerous. If allowed to beoome chronic
It will prove the forerunner of dlseaae. Na
ture Intended ths bowel to move regularly
one a day. The delicate stomach and
bowels are ths keystone of tha physical
organisation and ahould b kpt In normal
working order to preserve health. When
the bowel become sluggish they require
a natural and harmless Isistlv. Too oftn
they ar permanently damaged by powerful
druga taken to feres action. In tbs famous
Natural HUNTADI JANOS Wster, nature
herself has provided bar awn harmless las
atlve which, can be relied on for quick
and ur results. s tumblerful on arising
will, within - an hour move ths bowels
gently and copiously. A bottle costs but
a trifle gad contains many dose.
Look out for unscrupulous druggists, who
will substittita unless yoA ask for Huayatfl
APRIL 1. 1903.
what position he has been quoted as taking
on various measures, he la receiving callers
to tell him of the merits of Mr. A. Mr. Be
Mr. C and down to Mr. X, and than all
over saain. i w
While the governor Is receiving a r:!
tlnnally ringing and he answers closSt-'
lltclal friends out In the state who want
to tell him who Is the man for the piece.
Then when he wives aside the Impatient
caller who has told him why the man on
the telephone line was wrong, h receives
hla waiting secretary loaded down with
communication telling him other things
about other men. and he cannot escape
from hi office by the front or side door
without being stopped by a telegraph mes
senger with a dispatch.
Todiy the senate favorably acted upon
In committee of the whole a host of these
Job bills. The first was the bill Repre
sentative Butts of Cass introduced ant has
been pushing through In the hope he may
be made aecretsry. The next waa the
Groves bill to take from the Board of
Health the right to name the board of sec
retaries and to put this In the hands of
the governor. The next was the fire mar
shal bill giving the governor the right to
name the members of the commission
which Is newly created and which will put
some more oh In the hands of the execu
tive. Senator Bartoa tried to get tha sen
ate to amend this to give the auditor con
trol of the board, slnre he Is In charge of
the Insurance department, and this Is the
case In other states, but the auditor was
of the wrong political faith. The huge
task of atartlng the banking department
over with new men and on a new road
confronta the executive also. '
There la the Omaha Tire and Police
board matter pending, and an osteopathic
board, a board of examiners for profes
sional nurses, all having gone through the
two houses and many of them demanding
attention at one or at least being given
attention by the ob hunters.
The governor is said to be sik of his
If In doubt apply to "Art" Mullen, Job
broker. The oil' is ll Inspected.
ROUTINE PROCEBDINUS OF SEX ATE
All the Time Pnt In on Bills From tha
(From a 8taff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 11. (Special. )-The sen
ate today passed the following bills:
H. R- 372, by Griffin of Burt-County
boards shall furnish supplies to the office
of the county surveyor.
H. R. 245. hy MoVlrker ef Dodffe The
town board shall conalat of the clerk, as
sessor afld the Justice of the peace receiv
ing ths highest number of vote.
H. R. 192, by West of Hall Amending
anti-pas law to permit wldowa and minora
of railroad employes dying In the service
to ride on passes.
H. R. 529, by Snyder Miscellaneous claims
H. R. 139. by Pllger of Stanton Appro
priating 890,000 to buy the Wayne normal
In committee of the whole, the senate
reronimended for pssssgs H. R. 48, by
Smith of Cass Amended contrary to the
amendments of the house so aa to provide
for branding food packages of a limited
(Continued on Third Page.)
COLDS CAITSB HEADACHE.
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world
wide Cold and Orlp remedy, remove cause.
Call for full name. Look for signature, E.
W. GROVE. 26c.
JUST IS TIME FOR EASTER.
Bl Sale of Ladles' Sample Salts at
the Peonies Store,
By a streak of good luck our Cloak and
suit buyer secured 114 ladle' sample suit
at a very' low figure. They were a travel
ing salesman' samples, alt are In perfect
condition, and are this 'spring"' new'ent
styles. They come In a large assortment of
patterns and colors, one and two of a
kind. Suits that should bring $26 or we
will place on sale Saturday, a genuine
Easter bargain, for only $19.60.
MOTZMXaTTS OS OCT! AH TSAMBaTIJ
,.Kr. Wiihelm It.
. . r.udm
K. W. t.r Smw.
BKBMEN K. P. IXells..
01 KKNUTOWN... Cmp.nl.
COPENHAGBM.. lulled Stals...
. Xorti Anurias.
. PrlDiaaa Iran.
inr a metal tnfl fom a Llebicr Company'
iaf and 10c. ia stamps for expense. It it
full Sized and exclusive Rosa Pattern,
very modish ana ocautiful, finished ini
fashionabi French gray like the latest
solid silver. Made by Win. Rogers & Son.
Get tha genuine
with blue iig-nature. the mopt dthdovu
m-4 fat r.ar oi n ar : U teasDoonful msltesal
cup of Inest beef tea and It is just as UJ
Whan you get the spoon you will also
want this tint gift fork, to match it
Tbe fork will be mailed for tiebig top and toe.
la SUmpa. Addrenn.CORNEII.LK DAVIDfcCO.,
Dpt. S. l Hudson St., New Vork. t
The Weather Man
promises us warmer weather.
Order that Spring suit now so
you can have it for Easter.
And don't place your order un
til you have seen the hundreds of
splendid patterns we are display
ing. Our salesman will aid you In
selecting becoming material and
styles. Our cutters will give your
garments the fit and style that
makes the tailor made so superior
to the ready made.
Our 925 two piece suits are
equal in TaJue to most 935 suits.
804-3041 South 16th Street.
Near J 6th aad Farnam.
Tlsstl H -tin tli acas.tooa olvca
iiinderlanil Fire Sale
of Coal is Ite Joke
It is costing us a lot of money but ia saving our cus
tomers the same amount.
Hundreds have examined the coal at our Korth Yards
and have bought their entire supply for next winter.
Our snerifiee is made because the coal must be moved
before we can commence building our immense new storage
house. Will pay you to look at the coal for if you do
Y0U WILL BUY.
The very best kinds are left because we happened' to
have an enormous stock of Economy Nut and Ohio Lump.
JACKSON COUNTY, OHIO, LUMP f J C
Been selling for $9, special fire sale price
ECONOMY NUT A Cf
Sells fast as we can get it for $6.50, now . . . . , v J w
We also have a few tons left of Hock Springs, Hanna
-and some sizes of Hard Coal. Special Prices.
M "".? rr-acrve the light. If we oYcrwell, to refnnd the
1018. money and cancel order. ' No substitution. You get
exactly the kind ordered. 11 ease look at the coal at North Vaxd.
CASH WITH EVERY ORDER.
SUUDERLAUD BROS. CO.
MAIN OFFICE, 1014 HARNEY
Do You Want to Be Your Own
: Fireman and Engineer!3
, . A practical way for any one who wants to be an expert:
Put in electric motors with switches conveniently- lo
cated and you will be able to start your machinery instantly.
Omaha Eledric Light & Power Co.
Y. M. 0. A. BUILDING
Contract Department. '
1irmnrrrrff,rn nTrrimiirir n rsnr r
Table d'Hot Dlnnr $1.00. every evening 6 to S
every W oman appreci
ates choice Footwear, an!
we're therefore safe in say
ing that every woman will
be greatly interested in the
handsome new Spring
Shoes that we are now
we've High cut models
for Dress, for the Home,
for the S t o r m y days
Shoes,, chosen from the
output of the best of Mak
ers, $3, $.'5.50, $4 to $3.
there, are, also, many
new creations in Oxfords
Ties Pumps one strap
Oxfords in Hlacks, Tans
and Golden Browns new
colors in Suede leathers
and Kids. $3 or $3.50 for
some exceptional values up
to $4 or $5 for elegance,
don't think of making
a Spring Shoe selection,
Madam, without coming to
the 4 4 Best Shoe Store" to
FRY SHOE CO.,
16th and Donglas Streets'.
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TWENTIETH CENTURY ' FARMER
Tha rapes that Prsdaree Rssalts fo
NORTH YARD 24th and Belt Line.
The Paxton Cafe
14th and rarsam Sta. '
RALPH KITCHEN. PliOP.
"Ths Popular Oats of Omaha
Prompt service, reasonabls prices, and
ptrfM.'t sppolrumsnts ars tha reasons ot Its
By ordering half portions at the Taston"
you get mors variety avitbout adding to tbs
"Msst Tonr Friends at ths raxtoa" .
Meal Tickets Free at Hanson's
Every person whe takes a meal at T;f
Hanson's basement restsurant may aaesS
ths number who visit thers durlns ths
Ssy. Every day tbs nearest (usse wlaa a
Toll Hanson's tonca Room
Ths snost attractive, b rich eat, airless
snd most economical lunob room la Ornate
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TOslIOaTT Wednesday, Thursday
Charlae rrohmaa Presents Xsari Bern-
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In ths Most Dlsotkssed Via of ths Oaosds
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"School Daya " Armstrong & t lark; "A
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T Nelson Downs. Ward A Klare, Xlie
Three Vstons. Klnodrome. Frlcea .JOc.
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CARLO FISCHER .;
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Minneapolis Symphony Qaarletta
Assisted hy ABSlArsa VIXBCB,
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