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THE NEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7. 1000.
II Don, SIS BOTH FHOIM
Women's Dainty Nockwoar
, for Easter
T' Tlie Jiuytr for this popular department lias succeeded
in eecurinff the 'most handsome line of dainty neckwear that
has ever been shown in Omaha. Wednesday we invite you
to 'e "' ."'
New Dutch Collars In real Irish lace.
. . New Jabots from a quarter up to tbe finer ones In real Irish lace.
KSrlfjr mtill bows, alio fancy silk bowsln white and -colors.
New handkerchiefs In real lace, French embroidered and initial.
We are pleased to announce the arrival of our new spring stock
of fans. Styles are prettier than ever. They make the daintiest sort
of an Easter gift.
8e our lethVfMreet windows for Easter novelties. . '
.."..; 'Wednesday Candy Special. ' '
Raldnff's cocoa nut bon ' bons, assorted flavors, regular price 30c.
a pound. . Wednesday special, at. a pound, only 20?.
- ,.' ; . B-4--o I
meeting of the He'l! Men's association this
morning at the Ronirf, and we-rvtheh talk
ing over wave mid means to see what could
be done toward se curing a veto of the
measure. I do stol Rnnw':whst we shall do
now that the biU 'ba before a law. except
to obey It strictly,' whujbwe propose to do.
What effec t iC.wiay hava' on our buelnesa,
or. upon th itt'.' Until the law becomes
operative I if r-fKiyatiow, nor -would1! care
to bo nuoted.'.'f.'V'''. "
P. H. I'ivllfrtn, of the Sohllts-We shall, of
eoflrae, obpy 4bo .law without question. The
question or timing Its. constitutionality ha
not yet been connlclered by the Hotel Men'a
association. -. , .; '.
StOBZ CA.VT BU-lKVE HE DID
Seem So Incredible Brewer Hesitate
to Areept flmmg
(inaha's Interest In tbe, bill naa been at
fever heat since. It went from the legixla
tufe to the governor Hourly, since then
Inquiries have poured Into newspaper
offices for the latest new. When the ex
tra were Issued, tailing of the governor's
ictlon the effect , teemed to be only the
more disquieting, for telephones In, The
Hee office rafts; Incessantly for some time.
People wlK) had been unable to get hold of
a paper.' wanted to know If It, were Teally
tltllleh Sioi'i. president of the Btori
Brewing company, when told by The Bee
that Oovernor Fhnllenberger hud algned the
diiyllght saloon bill, would not believe It.
' I can't -believe that l so," aid Mr.
Ptoiz. . '
"iliul .yeu srty. assursncca from the gov
ernor that he would not algn the bill?"
"Well. L', won't, say 4 to that," replied
Mr. Sloii.'r .,.',-.,
Kti.i.a '" bi n - TtnTV dahi.ma
Jim rpmyt' 'tlof ror lias Fixed It
. , r . . . ...
"I cai.'t understand It and It doesn't
eeem,, possible that the governor could algn
It," ,aald ' Mayer D&hlman when be waa
told that Governor Shallenberger had ap
proved the daylight saloon bill. "It la very
.? , 'Agents ",
' Stronse Bros.
v; High Art
- : Clothing.
i 1 s in ii
CLOl Ml NO
Men's Guaranteed Color $
All Wool Blue Serge Suits
Here's a treat for men
..that'll last for four days
nly. Our clothing buyer
ought .-00' single and
d o u b 1 ib breasted blue
ierge suits. at a big nae-
rifU'e,rTjie. fabrics are
all wool and are guaran
teed fast colors serge
lined and nicely trim
med and tailored. Sizes
34 to 44. Thev are worth
$112.50, by" this for
tunate purchase we can
lejl them for
$13.00 Military style Cravenette $12.50 Tan and green
mixed, soft fabrics, Ventian lined body hand tailored
' throughout; for four days only $12.50
$25.00 Strouse & Bros. High Art Spring Top Coats $15.00
A fortunate purchase enables us to save you $10.00 on
4.1m coat. The tailoring is perfect, the colors are swell;
four days special $15.00
50o .open end If
a:.i vv.,.i- 'I
; wear "...25c
al as nfll ifTl iif rfi fTa 4
Easter Chocolates and Bon Bons
' .. Thar la nothing a lady will enjoy more than a pretty Easier
-boa of Chocolates and Bon Bons. Of course, you will Insist on giving
bar ha best you can find and that will be Myers-Dillon's Chocolates
asd Bon Bons, put up in Fancy Easter Boxes.
Wa hsve a large assortment of Candy Eggs.
Cblowd Cream Eggs, plain, each 3 and
, Colored Cream Eggs, decorated, each. . (J and
Chocolate Cream Eggs, plain, each... 3 and 5g
Chocolate? Cream Eggs, decorated, ea.(jf and 8t
Three siaes Small Eggs, a lb 20c
.Phone us or atop in and lei us know the names of the child
ren to whom you wish to give some of tbe Italian Eggs and w will
but their names on them without extra charge.
WEDNESDAY CANDY SALE
f ii.V ANGEL KOOIl TAFFY, 15 FEK ItHNII.
'VANILLA.' VANILLA NIT.
v ' STRAWBERRY.
bleach ALL PCFTf. Ina. A-1S41 p
ahort-alghted ,on his part to say the leaat
and It will kill the democratic party deader
than a doornail. Governor Shallanberger'a
name Is mud from now on.
"If I could only have scraped together
12.500 last summer I would have been nomi
nated and elected governor pf Nebraska
and If I had you know what would have
become of that bill."
SAYS Wll.t, DKTEft CO VEKITIOJi
(,rirap Wt Asserts Kaffir Will
Make Brat of It.
George F. Weat, president of the local
aerie of the Eagles, said he did not know
what effect the daylight saloon bill would
have on the coming national convention of
"The only thing we can do will be to
put our beat foot forward and entertain
our gueata, If they come, the boat we can.
But do not think thia will harm the Eigles
convention alone, but all conventions which
had planned to come to Omaha."
Thomaa J. Klynn, former prealdent of the
Bugles, said that the grand lodge officers
have the power to change the convention
place any (time they chooae.
Saya Every Shnllenheracr Appointee
Here Oaxht to Keslaa.
"Governor Shallenberger's appointees In
Omaha ought to resign their jobs, and if I
waa one of his colonels I would chuck my
uniform In tbe fire bo quick that the
furnace would be heated red-hot," said
Tom Flynn, president of the Jlmocrat club
anc" democratic county chairman. "I bet
Colonel Fanning will not want to be longer
known aa colonel and that hla uniform will
rcver again be worn by him."
TEMPER ASffB FOLKS) JUBILATE
Will. Hire Andltorlans and Celebrate
"The temperance people of Omaha are
planning to hold a big jollification and will
bold It In the Auditorium, If that building
can be secured," said Harry A. Stone,
ri i i igflm
COM PA Y
SPECIAL !! , U
13.60 Bam pie
Shoe and Ox
ford; on aale
Co., l6tK d im st.
3tyf I -."'...JV.
V . K ' . T :1 W 1: : a t fX a
aeeretary ef ths Antl-8aloon league and
on of the delegates to Lincoln to urge the
governor to sign the bllL
"We worked hard with ths governor to
get him to sign that bill and. of courae,
are feeling mighty happy over the reautts
of our efforts."
Funeral of Former
is Held at Lincoln
State Rome ii Closed During Service
and University Cadets Have
Place in Procession.
(From a 8tsff . Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April .-(Speclal.)-Tbo fu
neral of ex-Governor William A. foynter
waa held from St. Paul rhurch at 2:30 thla
afternoon, after which the body was burled
In Wyuka cemetery.
The Immense church was crowded to the
doors and larger number could not gain
entrance to the church. .The sermon waa
preached by Rev. H. H. Harmon, pastor
of the Chrlatlan church, of which Mr.
Poynter was a member.
Out of the respect to the distinguished
rlace Mr. Poynter had filled In the affuira
of Nebraska the state houee waa closed
at 2:30 and remaJned closed until after the
funeral and all of the state offleere at
tended the servlcea. Members of ths Young
Men's Christian asiorlatlon and the
Woman's Christian Temperance union at
tended In a body.
A short private service mas held at the
family residence previous to the public
aervlce at the church. The pull hear era
were: J. E. Miller, P. U Hall, O. E. Bar
ber, A. E. Davlaaon, I Oberlles and Edwin
Rnfus Crowell of Guide Rock Badly
Injured by Premature Dis
charge of Gun.
GUIDE ROCK. Neb.. April .-(8peclal.)-A
sad accident happened here yesterday.
While duck hunting, W. F. Crowell's gun
waa accldnntly discharged prematurely.
The charge atruck hla brother, Rufus
Crowell. tearing a large hole through his
body, ft Is a very serious wound. Dr.
Dameral of Red Cloud and Dr. Reed of
Guide Rock are attending him. The en
tire family are prostrated with grief. The
wounded man has Six small children. At
laet accounts ha was still alive.
. Sehool Teacher Saves Horse.
NORFOLK, Neb., April .-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Mlsa Katherlne Rogers, a Norfolk
school teacher, today flagged a train with
an umbrella and saved a horse's life. The
horse's foot was caught In a frog of the
track. . Mlas Rogers ran down the track
waving her umbrella at the oncoming train,
Which stopped long enough for the horse
to be extricated by means of a pickaxe.
WETS AND DRYS WAGE WAR
(Continued from First Page.)
saloon waa voted on today at the regular
election. Ths majority was. twelve votea
In favor of saloon.- Waterloo bad been dry
for two years. Kill N. Pike and Paul O.
Rohwer were elected for member on tbe
town board to fill vacancies of retiring
DAVID CITY. Neb., April . (Special
Telegram.) With only one ticket n the
field David City .remains dry. with Thomaa
Wolf, prealdent of the First National bank,
OAKDALE, Neb., April .-(8peclal Tele
gram.) The municipal reform ticket wins,
electing all four candidates by a majority
of twelve. This means a dry town.
Dry at Pender.
PENDER, Neb., April 6-(8peell Tele
gram.) For the flrat time In the history
of Pender the "drys" carried the city elec
tion today by aeven votes, and four saloons
will be closed and no more licensed. It Is
said tbe board will also order the pool halls
cloaed. The councilman elected who make
It possible to close the saloons are O. D.
Aldrlch, N. H. Nye and W. C. Murry.
ASHLAND, Neb.. April 6. (Special Tele
gram.) Without opposition J. R. Russell
was elected mayor of Ashland and the
town contlnuea dry, by a vote of 150 to 1S3.
KENNARD. Neb., April . -(Special Tele
gram.) While the same board waa re
elected here and the membera made the
town dry last year. It la not known
whether the town will be wet or dry this
yeaT. The members are not committed to
any particular policy aa regards saloons.
Haatlaara Probably Wet.
HASTINGS, Neb., April . (Special Tele,
gram.) Haatlnga elected Mayor Miles and
four councilman today. Of these two are
certainly wet, Dleken In the First ward
and Alexander In the Third. Cole, dry. Is
elected In the Fourth ward.
Albion Guea Wei,
ALBION, Neb., April , (Special Tele
gramsThe wet ticket awept everything
before It today and won out by 38 on the
proposition of license, and elected Frank
Roberta mayor by 90. Albion was dry last
Lexington to Submit Question.
LEXINGTON, Neb., April 6.-(Speclal
Telegram.) The high license ticket waa de
feated by the citizens' party, who agree to
call a special election and submit the sa
loon question to a vote of the people. It
was the moat hotly contested election ever
held In Lexington. The enth-e vote was
cast early in the afternoon. H. P. Nielsen
ia I lie new mayor.
INTEREST C0NTR0LED PAPERS
GREAT MENACE. SAYS HOLT
Editor of Independent Declare They
Shonld Have Same Integrity
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. April .-Dr. Hamil
ton Holt, editor of the New York Indepen
dent and a member of The Hague peace
conference. In a lecture here last night de
clared that the great danger to thla coun
try Ilea In the "purchased" press.
. "Papers In the emplry of apeelal Inter
estshow can they be of service to the
people?" said Dr. Holt. "It is impossible.
It Is just aa Important for a paper to have
character and Integrity aa an Individual.
The Independent paper nowadays la the
paper that commands confidence. Tha suc
cessful newapapera are lining their al
legiance to the political parties, and It is
the greateat and best thing that can be
don to strengthen our country and our
tall (or Warrants Oat.
HI tR life.'. S. D. April a.-(dpeciaJ Tele
gram. -Stats Treasurer Johnson baa called
for the Utb all general warrants up lo and
Including March 10, being to register num
ber ls.SftV. amounting lj over t-iw.DW.
& 922.50 Womon's Gilk
Measure to Bay School is Approved
Over Protest "of Large Fre
' (Prom s Staff Corrpsponrtfnt.)
MVC01.N. Neb.. April 6.-(Spn-ial Trie
gram.) Against the protests of cielrfsatlons
of Fremont, people who fought the bill to
a finish. Governor Shallenberger algned the
measure providing for the purchase by
the slate of the Wayne Normal school and
appropriating IW.000 with which to pay for
It. Fremont sent a delegation Monday to
urge the governor not to sign the measure.
Wayne was equally active In insisting that
he approve It. t . ,
Oovernor Shallenberger also Ma-ned the
bill appropriating $o0,noo for Improvements
at the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Omaha.
He also attached hla signature this morn
ing to the Senate File No. IDS. backed by
District Clerk Smith of Douglas county,
relating to fees of the district clerk"s of
fice. Oovernor Shallenberger announced he ex
pected to act on all bills In his possession
some time Tuesday.
WAYNE. Neb., April '.-(Special Tele
gram) When the report reached Wayne
today that Governor ShaUenbertrer had
signed the Way Normal college bill there
was much rojobvf Hnd flugs were display
ed on a numberlof the business buildings
In spite of the uncleared . weather.
SEARCH FOR DROWNED BOYS
Body of Mr. Felkln la Found
Frown Between Cake
SIOr.K FAU-S, 8. D., April . -(Special.)
A search Is yet being made for the bodies
of the little sons of Herman Felklns, who
with their mother were drowned some
weeks ego while . attempting to cross the
Kast Vermillion river In Turner county, a
bridge having collapsed and precipitated
them Into the atream, which was badly
swollen by the melting of snow.
Some days ago the body of Mrs. Felklns
was found. She was froien in between two
huge cakes of Ice and her arms were en
twined so tightly about the trunk of a
email willow tree that It was necessary to
chop off the tree, btli above and below
her arms, before the body could be re
leased. The river Is yet very high and much
heavy Ice remains In the stream.
School Lands to Be Sold.
BIOVX FAtl,S, 8. !., April .-(Ppecal
O. C. Drikken, commissioner of school and
public lands for South Dakota, visited
Sioux Falls thla week to prepare for the
appraisal of school lands to be offered for
sale In this county. The land to be put
up at auction this year are located in
Spink. Clark, . Day, Marshall, MePherson,
Kdmunda. Miner. Sanborn. Jerrauld,
Charles Mix. Douglas. Aurora, Gregory
and Minnehaha. The minimum price for
each parcel of land Is fixed In advance by
appraisal. Ijast year the average price re
ceived for school landa waa $3 43 and It
will be higher thia year, according to Com
The department makes It a practice to
sell only the more valuable lands and It
may he known that never again will the
average consideration fall bflow $to an
Well Known Vouth In I'rlsoa.
SlOfX KAIJA 8. V.. April 8-(Speclal.)
The latest prisoner to be lodged in the
Sioux Falls penitentiary Is Frank Ruffing,
the young son of highly respec ted resMent
of Gregory county, who a few days ago
appeared before Judge K. O. Smith, of
the first Judicial circuit, and entered a
plea of guilty lo the charge of grand lar
ceny, and who waa sentenced to a term of
one year in the penitentiary al hard la
bor. Ruffing' crime was committed last Feb
ruary and contested of the theft of a team
of horses from a farmer named Mclntlre,
who lives near the homestead of his father.
Ruffing took the stolen horses to New
port, Neb., where he traded one of them
off and arranged for the car of the other,
which scion afterward was sold to a horse
buyer and shipped to Iowa.
MODJESKA SURVIVES NIGHT
Noted Arlrrii Short I ne peeled I.
lalitr bat la Harrly
IS ANCEl.Kfc. April . Mme. Helen
Modjeska survived th night, contrary to
expectation of the attending physician
and is reported a barely alive tltla morn
ing. KOYXatXlrTa Or OCSAV UTBAMMmZT.
. Fannonu . .
I'H.I.AI'IM'Hl A r.ll'urm.
( Hlt.-tbol KG K. W. .r Omia.
Sl ThAMi ION
OOODYCAR RAINCOATS-REIGN SUPRKMK"
as Fine a Lot or Garments as Ever
$20 & $22.50, on Sale Tomorrow
Rubberized Gilk Coats In
Colorings. Excellent Cemented Garments Tastefully Designed and
carefully Trimmed and Finished and made Full and Roomy. Your
Choice of Circular Back, or Semi-Fitting Qtyles. Plain or Change
able Effects, also Stripes in Colors and Blacks.
$20 and S25 Men's Spring
High Grade Garments in the
Of very fine waterproof worsted and in all the new shades.
Strictly tailored and made to fit perfect. Positive $20 and $25
retail value, on sale here, at $10.
and $22.50 Women's Spring Style Cravenettes
mwumui moueis iu waierprooi ciuuis. iew designs
and nicely trimmed, in all the latest shades and made full and
"Specialists in Raincoat Specialties. '
GOODYEAR RAINCOAT CO.,
Sy E. Corner 16th and Davenport Streets.
Big Hay Barn
is a Total Loss
Buildings Belonging to Union Fa-;
cillc Destroyed by Fire
Started by Engine. j
GRAND 18LAND, Neb.. April .-(8peclsl
Telegram.) The hay barn of the Vnlon
Pacific, with a capacity of 200 tons, caught j
fire from a switch erglne last night and ;
was totally destroyed, together with 160 j
tons of prairie hay stored In It.
The loss is 2,00, partly covered by In
surance. ROOSEVELT RESUMES TRIP
(Continued from First Psge.)
accompany Mr. Roosevelt on his Inspee
tion of the city.
As the Admiral steamed out of the gulf
of Naples many of the craft In sight wars
Illuminated In his honor.
Another passenger on board was F. C
Belous. the English author and big gams
hunter. Mr. Seloua is an old friend of Mr.
Roosevelt and was given a cordial wel
come. The hunter said he would be happy
to Join Mr. Roosevelt in big game shoot
ing In the neighborhood of Nairobi, and
Mr. Roosevelt expressed his satisfaction at
this promise of his company an1 the bene
fit of his experience.
French Interest In It oie t el t.
PARIS, April 6. The Flench press Is
displaying great InlereKt and curiosity in
Theodore Roosevelt. "When the Caesar of
modern democracy goes hunting, Eurupe,
Asia, Africa and America climb to their
window a and . watch the caravan of pub
licity pass,1" Is the way one of the papers
describes Mr. Roosevelt's journey to Bast
A majority of the FTench correspondents
sent to Naples to chronicle their Impres
sions of Mr. Roosevelt say the former
president of the T'nited States Is absorbed
photographs of himself and members of
his family. They say the only objeet not
relating to Mr. Roosevelt himself In bis
cabin waa a photograph of Emperor Wil
liam bearing the Imperial signature In
Mr. Roosevelt talked freely, but prin
cipally about himself and his work, the
correspondents say, and he manifested a
disposition to "preach." In his conversa
tion he touched upon his Knickerbocker
ancestry and his experiences as a ranch
man In the far west. Turning to politics,
he said he had been elected to the presi
dency -rs a representative of honesty
against the power of gold. "I have al
ways maintained that probity In private
life Is indiHoensible to public life." Mr.
Roosevelt ia quoted ss spying. "I have
fought the oil kings and the steel em
peror; they tried to break my back but
my back la still Intact."
HYPODFRMin NEEDLE WEAPON
USED BY NURSE TO KILL '
Albany- Woman Leaves Mote to Man
Who Had Recently Jilted
ALBANY. N. T., April 6. Disappointed
in love, Ethel C. Shaw, an attractive
woman about 28 years old, was found dead
In her room In the TenEyck hotel.
Death was due to an overdose of morphine
and strychnine taken hypodermlcally. .Miss
Shaw was a nurse from New Tork City.
The woman left several letters. Including
one addressed to Dr. G. Scott Tome,
health officer of Saratoga, In which she
My Dear Roy Unfortunately I have got
very fond of you, so ttie breaking of our
engagement nuans to me complete wreck
age. Don't get another girl to love you.
Yours, ETHEL. C. 8.
The postscript read:
No mother has a right to spoil a son's
life. When two people marry they should
he given a chance. Every woman knows
Miss Shaw evidently had made all prepa
rations for her death. When fojnd she
was lying on the bed with a silk robe
wrapped about her and her arms folded
across her breast. A hypodermic syringe
and a box containing morphine vials, one
of whirh was empty, were found al her
Dr. Towns briefly said that he had been
engaged to Miss Shaw and had broken off
the engagement, but would make no state
SIX HUNDRED SALOONS WIPED
OUT BY MICHIGAN ELECTION
Ten Breweries Will Alio Have to
(lose Down On t'oaatr
DETROIT, Mich.. April . Mora than
saloona and ten breweries will ba forced
out of business In the nineteen counties
of the state which voted "dry" at yester
day's election. In the eight counties which
the liquor Interests carried there are about
&0 saloon, giving the Antl-ealoon league
victory over two-thirds of the saloons
which they attacked.
The slviider majority of furt-onc vutes
Were Made to sell at
and Until Saturday at
the Latest and Most
latest Spring Models.
qiqlb18 South I (3th Street.
Ave had our pick from a $300,
000.00 stock, one of the largest collections in this country,
and made a personal selection of all rugs for this sale.
This lot of rugs will be very interesting to even the most
exacting and critical connoisseur. We invite your inspection,
whether or not you are ready for a purchase. Note a few'of
the Bpecial prices that will prevail in this sale. These con- "
sist of entire bale lots, giving you a large assortment of pat
terns in various medium sizes.
One bale of Genji Rugs, choice patterns and excellent values,
at $18 to $20, choice, at $15,75
One bale of -Bokhara Rugs, a particularly fine lot, pell
regularly at $50, your choice, each $40.00
One bale of Sarouk Rugs, the finest line we have ever dis
played, sell regularly for $65 and $70, your choice, each,'
at , , $45.00 and $50.00.
One bale of Beluchistan, an elegant line of patterns and
siezs, sell regularly at $25 and $28, your choice $21.00
Special Sale Rug Department Second Floor.
which the "drys" received In Jackson
oounty, where there Is a population of
47,000. Indicates the bitterness of the fight.
A recount Is considered a certainty In thla
county. Washtenaw, Berrien, Monroe and
Ottawa counties were the four big "wet"
victories. Washtenaw, with the Univer
sity of Michigan within Ha borders, re-'
Jected prohibition by kOO majority.
The republican state ticket, which was
elected by 75,000 majority, Includes two Jus
tices of the supreme court and regents of
the University of Michigan.
Mayors were elected In a number of small
cities. In Detroit there was no mayoralty
IN THE HOUSE
(Continued from Flrat Page.)
against Canada and In case of dlscrimlna
,,ou wouId n,ve nad ,ne ,ffect of ,ncre
Ing the rates provided for In the main
portion of ths paragraph.
tildes on Pre List. ,
A lively discussion then was precipitated
over an amendment by Mr. Scott (Kan.),
fixing a duty of 10 per cent ad valorem on
raw hides, which was finally lost on di
vision, 106 to' 1(6.
Among those supporting ths Scott amend
ment was Mr. Burleson, democrat, (Tex.),
who said that evidently the amendment
suggested the only way to get cheaper
boots and shoes. Referring to Mr. Clark
of Florida, but without mentioning his
name, h declared that the position aucb aa
he had taken meant "that if you take care
of my district you may pilfer, you may
rob, you may plunder the American people
and I will stand by and not raise my voice
An amendment to tha Boon amendment
by Mr. Underwood (Ala.), Including akina
weighing more than one pound, On the
dutiable list, waa defeated, 66 to 133.
Dlscusxlng the Scott amendment, Mr.
1II1I (Conn.) declared that the proposed
duty on hides waa simply a surrender to
a Chicago monopoly.
"Rank nonsense," shout Mr. Mann (111.)
all the way across the chamber. "I am for
free hides myself," he said, "but that is
After the Scott amendment was lot an
unsuccessful attempt waa mad by Mr.
Clark (Mo.) to put leather and all products
of leather on the fe Hat, the chair de
ciding that the urtal rule did not apply
to that section. Through proposed amend
ments, Mr. Miller (Kn. sought to have
the barley schedule changed from 15 cunts
to 26 cents par bushel, and Mr. Alexander
(N. y.) offered a substitute fixing that
duty at W per cent ad valorem.
These amendments relating to the barley
achedule were still Hinder discussion when
the bill waa laid aside and the house ad
journed. Ureas. Sale.
Orkln Bros, announce a sale on pag )
of irieisallii and foulard dresses which
tbey purchased from s New Tork coitumt
manufacturer at a vary low price. ft
PI I fur Orkln Bros.' sdvsrtlaeiuant
Special Sale of
A $50,000 oriental rug sale, con
sisting of an assortment of the most
exquisite patterns and colorings we
have ever displayed;
Unquestionably a n excellent
to choose one or more rugs at
considerable price saving.
TOR ALL THE NEWS
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
Waea yoa k Gold Meaal Floor
sa re It Is Washaara-Croabr'a Oeld
Medal Ploar. TkU is Important.
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