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TIlfi'liKE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, Al'HIL 15, 1900.
J Bell Dong. ggOTM ypwt
Special D'embnstration of Redfcrn CorseU This Week.
hA,5ebide McCaulcy, the expert corset spec
ialist of-Xf-w York, in attendance.
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Regaling Newest Modes
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therewith was to issue certificates under
"Th,e,i p.tvruose' of.-he '.constitutional inhi
bition was to require each proposed meas
ure to stand upon Its own merits, and to
appraise the' mentb'era 8f the legislature of
the purpose 6f' the 'act when called upon
to support or oppoke K; and perhaps a atlll
itronger purpose was to prohibit the Join
ing of, several, measure ra one act in order
to combin the friends of each measure and
pass t,h. bill a a fwhole where probably a
tnaJerUy, could not be procured In favor
of any -pne-pf-U different subjects. Trum
ble ,aaloit,,Yruml supra'.' . . ., , .
Juge CalJvSd" V)0ll that the provisions
for placing the Junior .normals under.. the
government of the board aought to be
create "Js a separate' and distinct subject
frorn thai. a thping the qualification of
the tnmbtsrHi this manner of their ap
opintmeViO lie hofrl also thla subject was
not rntainrf Jti the title of the act. The
title, .' says, merely ( refer to the ap
polrrtmerft a.nd" power of the board to
dlreet in arfVtr f ' the state normal
schools;' yVf iv.
Tlw power? -af the Board of Education Is
contained! In section from I to If and no
attempt was-made to amend these section
save by changing the Board of Education
to -the Norrftal.Huurd 0f Education. These
seotlonsy-the- Ju4ge ays, should have been
contained, iridthe. amended act.
In conclusion Judge Calkin aald:
"nl none ofthejie caaea examined have
I fuuie) ;aj stalji ;tf fact similar to that
herrfnVy.6i(g''iei ruje aid. down in
SnWlw WWte ; nd so- many time
relrVSA,,t ft'irj,.oi:h -if .the- act have
thereat e.t-atnwamenLHt case where it
la 'nHCamtlt,,)n1 .itself . lead to the- eon
cliiafoa that, friact,ln question la. In, viola-
.iu-.vt.-fjm, a7un ,. or tj.ne constitution
quptedand kptAf. hm suatalnod. by . any
recognised jceptyon . tp t ayptlcatlop.
Quick Action for--Jour Mrtney-rTou' gt
that by using The Be advertising columns.
I 35c Onyx Hose 25c
I' Boys'. Hose-Clean. Regular Stock
v There's no use telling you of the infinite,
superiority of "Onyx" fast black hose for
lovs vou know that but this to tell you
of a ale of the Goc grades at 23c tomorrow.
Choose lxl rib, 2x2 heavy rib, or 5x2 rib.
Double knees, full fashioned feet, size 6 to 10.
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Then; too, here are three other
Juvenile Furnishing needfuls
Ig-XTaC A store. like this, catering largely to the needs of
VJTlOVCo juveniles, Ml'ST have a superior stock of boys'
and girls' glove, and SUCH a, atock we assuredly IK) have. In
- girt' spring Gloves we show lisle, silks and kids, ia white, grey
;. !, t., ...,.,,......,..... 50s- 75 $1.50
fit ys'-"glvve we show that delightful Knglish make "Cross''
and hfr equally , well known "Dents." These ia new Hprtng taas
rr J?H-r. P1p-'- -$1.50
Wfl fcf C ' b' ytita lh do,,BsT Parents can make no
V I llO to ntlfttake on those new Holsette blouses, la white,
ta or checks, in figured effecta. Made with soft turn over col
Lara and ruff and la elzes 7 to 18. Prices range, $1 to 31.50
'j - i.4.' '. - '
Jl'-,!- 'Those new plaid topped aocks for children have al
OllVS . ready become quite the rage. Our line ia replete
with newest blues, taas, whites or black, with novel plaid tops,
la silk, little j silk, plain lisle or cotton.
Per pait j..U. 25 S 35. 50s and Q5
tbe you wo
ii lii m iLa
pi7 Doutflas Street Omaha-Het
fSead for New Spring Catalogue.)
MC Al. PlFTt.
.A magnificent collection of new gar
menta, beautiful fabric, perfection In
fit, elegant In design..
. Well tailored suits at 125.00, $35.00.
$40.00 and $45.00.
Remember all alterations free of
Coata for alt occasions. Long cov
erts, lace coats, silk coats, traveling
coats. Many new styles shown Thurs
day. Dutch neck Linen and Lingerie
We are always the first to show the '
real new waists. Grand assortment of
new things Thursday. Ask to see the
new Silk Jersey Waists.
See our 16th Street Windows.
New Crepe Weaves.
The latest development In wash goods
fashions is shown in these new and
beautiful crepe weaves. The color shad
ings and the soft clingy finish and fine
texture make them exceptionally desir
able for the new .gowns. See them at
our Wash Goods Department in Base
ment. Plisse Francalse, 20c yard.
Polka Crepe, 25c yard.
Sole Plisse, 30c yard.
Arnold's Silk Crepe, 50c yard.
Crepe Plisse, 16c, 18c yard.
Woven Stripe Crepe Gingham, 18c
Serpentine Crepe, 18c yard.
14 - 0.
Hits at Hill
Will Invade Dakota Territory in Ke
taliation for Hill's Air Line
WINNIPEG. April 14.-The Canadian Pa
cific railway ha decided to Invade North
Dakota at once and go after the Hill. line.
It 1 announced that the road will extend
It branch which now end at Mowbray In
southern Manitoba this spring into North
Dakota, to connect with the Boo line. The
Boo line also will be extended to Brandon.
Man., giving- a direct line from' Brandon to
Minneapolis, running parallel and between
two Hill line which now run into Mani
toba, one ending at Brandon and the other
at Portage La Prairie. Thla I In retalia
tion for Hill's announced Intention of build
ing an air line Into Winnipeg from the
boundary and of building extensive ter
Rich Miser Dies
in Lodging House
After Death of Old Man it Was
Found He is Worth Hundred
. . Thousand Dollars.
PARKER9BURO, W. Va.. April 14.-Af
ter the death of Boston Btalnaker at a
Cheap lodging house here last night. It was
learned that he had WOO, 900 worth of prop
erty. .He waa 70 year old and always lived
a a miser.
Corner in Wheat
James A. Patten
Operator Suppoied to Control Max
ket Sayi Line ia Not Over
Ten Million Bushels.
CHICAGO. April 14-The appeal of ntts
burg bakers to Secretary of Stats Knox
to take step to end manipulation of wheat
and other market excited comment today
by Jamea A. Patten of Chicago, popularly
allea-ed to control the present market for
tho hlh priced cereal.
"In the first place," said Mr. Patten, "I
don't control the market. My line at no
time has run over lO.Cmn.ino bushels. I have
preached the gospel of higher wheat bo
cause I saw what waa coming. I taw It
fl rait, 1 believe, but when it comes to con
trolling the market there are two or three
hundred other men who. have bought who
have something to say about that."
In regard to a report on the Board of
Trade that he waa going to quit he aald:
"I'm a grain trader and I don't Intend to
quit. I bought when the market looked
cheap, aa did others who accepted my
view, and I'm going to sell It at a profit
If I can. I have already sold a great d-a1.
I have more to aell and when anybody
offers me a proper price 1 will sell more.
I sold some this morning, cash stuff, at
11.42. There Is no corner, no manipulation.
Others who bought early acll as demand
"For three or four year this haa been
coming and saw it. At the end of each
crop bin were empty everywhere. With
Increasing population here and abroad it
was obvious that sooner or later the crop
of one year would ba exhausted before a
new crop was at hand. Iast fall'. If not
earlier, I daw It coming. I bought wheat
and my friends did likewise. The great
unthinking public here and In Europe
would not or could not see what was com
ing. Liverpool would not buy months ago,
thinking the prices of that day too . high.
Now Europe wants 55,000.000 bushels. The
harvest was early laat year. It ha been
trying to cover thirteen months Instead of
the usual twelve and It cannot do t. We
need wheat for the mills right here in
Chicago now." l:. ..
"Here', another point. If we hadn't
bought wheat I mean myself and others
the price would be higher here than It Is.
Europe would tiave taken it, for the for
eigner finally recognlied the weakness of
their position, where would the domestic
supply have come from? We would have
been compelled to buy from the very Euro
peans we sold to. I regard It aa fortunate
thai It was an American who first diag
nosed crop conditions and took advantage
Says Crazy Snake
Colonel Hoffman Asserts Ten Thou
sand Men Could Not Find Hiding
Place of Chief.
KANSAS CITT. April 14. "Ten thousand
men couldn't find Crazy Snake In the
region in Which he ia hiding," aald Colonel
Roy Hoffman of the Oklahoma state
militia, who led the recent search for the
Indian chief, and who . arrived In Kansas
City today. . "He .la in a wild, sparsely
"Undoubtedly Craxy Snake was wounded
in the lg In the fight at Hickory Ground
before the militia took part."
May bray in Jail
at Des Moines
Alleged Grafter Unable to Furnish
Hundred Thousand Dollars
DB8 MOINES, April 14.-J. C. Maybray.
alleged to be the leader of the . gang of
men indicated by the federal grand Jury
for using the malls to defraud in promoting
alleged fake prise fights, wrestling matches
and horse races, waa brought to Des Moines
from Little Rock, Ark., thla morning, by
United State Marshal Burria of Arkansas.
He will be tried in this city at the May
torm of the United States district court.
Being unable to furnish $100,000 bonds, ne
was placed in the county jail.
BRYAN PLANS, EASTERN VIEW
(Continued from First Pfcge.)
he haa made aome repute aa a member
of the more radical group of western
WORKERS WANT WAGE CENSUS
Will Aak Congress to Have Statistics
of neenaaeratloa Included
WASHINGTON, April 14. The question
of an enumeration of the unemployed by
the census bureau formed the chief topic
at today' aesslon of the executive council
of the American Federation of Lbor. It
was directed that the legislative commit
tee make every effort to have congress
adopt a provision In the pending census bill,
providing for this work and that the print
ing of the official census report be per
formed In the government printing office.
JURY HOLDS WHISKY DEALERS
Brlaa la Verdict for Government
Aaalnst Klrm tknraed with
CINCI.'ATI. April' 14. A Jury In the
Vulted Btatrs district court today biought
In a verdict for the government m Its suit
against W. H. Corbin Co., whisky deal
era of this city, charged with adding spirit
to whisky In barrels after they had been
stamped by Internal revenue officers.
NATURE'S LAXATIVE THE BEST
Many Are So-Called "Natural."
Many Laxatives on the market are oft-m
styled "Natural." because of the well
known fact that the laxative' which Na
ture gives us 1 the best. Such ones, con
stantly coming up. soon disappear be
cause they are manufactured, and can
never possess the -Inimitable merits of the
product of Nature. HUNTADI JANOS
Water, the genuine Natural Laxative, has
stood at the head for nearly half a cen
tury a the ONLY laxative whose estab
lished reputation is Its beat recommenda
tlou. It remain alway the atandard
because It is NATL'RE'S remedy In its
original form, pur and simple, In no way
dependent, aa othera are, on artificial
composition. At all Druggists. Try It.
Look out for unscrupulous druggists,
who will substitute unless you ask for
New Building .
Three-Story Brick to Be Erected as
Addition to the High
More room will be provided for the
manuel training and domestic science
rlassea at the Omaha High school. It has
been practically decided to erect a three-
story brick, building for the accommodation
of these two departments and the power
and heating plant for the school.
The building of the large addition to the
chool will necessitate a heating and power
plant of greater force, and at a meeting
of the Ixillrilng and property rnmmltt of
the Board of Education It was decided to
put up a new building. Definite action will
have to be taken by the whole board.
The Intention of the committee Is to tear
down the present power house and build a
large one on the northwest corner of the
block, at Twenty-first ' and Davenport
street. The new building would be 50x150,
with the boHera and the -electric light
plant on the lower floor, manual training
on the seoond floor and domestic science
on the third.
Work on . the south wing to the high
school I progressing.
Ft. Dodge Objects
to Asphalt Rate
Commercial Club. Asserts Proposed
Duty Would Make Price
FORT DODGE. Ia April 14-(8perlal
Telegram.) Mayor Bennett Introduced be
fore the Fort Dodge Commercial club last
night a resolution, which was unanimously
adopted, for presentation to Senators Dol-
llver and Cumml.is urging their strenuous
opposition to the rato under the - Payne
tariff bill on crude -asphalt.
The old rate lstfl.60 and the new duty
S3.3S per ton, end as Iowa asphalt is
largely Imported from Trinidad the In
crease, It Is asserted, would make Its use
prohibitive In the state. The resolution
will be forwarded to Washington at once.
MILLS CLOSE AT ST. LOUIS
Scarcity ef Wheat Causes Partial
Slitdonn Crsln Hit High
ST. LOUIS. April 14. The highest price
paid for cash wheat In St. Louts In thirty
one years waa received today when sales
of No. 2 red were made at $1.47(gl.50.
Largely a a consequence of these market
condition the flour Industry haa almost
ceased locally, several mills being shut
down, while others are running on halt
Nebraska New Notes,
PLATTSMOUTH-W. C. Irwin has sold
his stock of merchandise In this city to J.
W. Larkin of York.
BEATRICE Anton Shalla and Miss Ma
tilda Zaribnicky both of Odell, were mar
ried at Wy more yesterday by Judge Hurst.
BEATRICE In the competitive drill last
night by members of Company C, for the
Colby gold raedCi. Ernest Bchaekel carried
off first honors.
PLATT8MOUTH Judge William Hay
ward, secretary of the republican national
committee. Is home from a-Tlslt to Wash
ington and Chicago.
ORD Mr. Truxton Williams returned to
his old home In New York Tuesday morn
ing. Mr. Williams, who Is 0 years old,
made tho trip unassisted.
KEARNEY Judge Hallowell united In
marriage at his office Tuesday morning,
Walter E. Billeter of Cozad and Mis Cecil
G. McKenney of Callaway.
ORD Last Friday night the Rose Valley
Mutual Telephone company changed hands.
selling out to the new company known as
the Independent Telephone company.
DUNBAR Thomas Barackman organised
the Dunbar base ball club for the coming
season today. It ranks among the best
of amateur ball teams In the state.
BEATRICE A number of dog fanciers
of tm city are attending the coursing
meet at tSummerfield. Kan., this week.
rive Beatrice dogs are entered In" the
BEATRICE The directors of the Bea
trice City Base . Ball league held a meet
ing last evening and arranged to open the
season here Monday, May 3. Four teums
will comprise the league.
PLATTSMOUTH John Schiappacasse
ana daugnter returned home Wednesday,
after a pleasant vlall In Narona, Italy, the
birthplace of the former and the home of
hi mother, 79 years of age.
NEBRASKA CITY The new city council
at its first meeting last evening elected
Frank B. Eccleston as president of that
body and passed a resolution to pay for the
bond of the new city treasurer, Mrs. Anna
KEARNEY The residence of Mrs. Julljn
Boyle wa entered Monday afternoon by
unknown parties and ransacked from top
to bottom. Nothing of any value was
taken. Mrs. Boyle waa away from home
at the time.
NEBRASKA CITY-Mrs. Delia Brown
haa filed a complaint against her husband,
Jesse Brown, charging him with wife de
sertion. He left her on April 7 and in des
titute circumstances. It la thought he
ha gone to Colorado.
PLATTSMOUTH In the caat of the
"Stubborn Cinderella" company is Miss
Ethel Dovey, whose home is in Placts
mnuth. Miss Dovey appeared In this city
and In Omaha within the last few seasons
In the "Land of Nod."
DUNBAR The epidemic of measles and
pneumonia which ha been prevalent here
the last two months I abating, with only
two death In this community reported.
These were Oeorge Schriener and Henry
Wltte, both prominent farmers.
KEARNEY Final decree was entered in
the estate of Ralph B. Taylor, late of
Olbbon, Monday . afternoon. Ralph B. was
but a boy of year old at the tjine of
his death, but had an equity in an es
tate, and a hearing was necessary.
WYMORE Mr. and Mrs. I N. Miller,
proprietors of the Touzalln hotel here, have
shipped to the F.Iks' lodge of York a beau
tiful pair of elk horns, to be placed In
the lodge rooms of the order. They have
had the horn for nearly twenty years.
NEBRASKA CITY The home of Judge
William Hayward waa robbed a few nights
ago during the absence of Judge Hayward
and wife from the city. A large number of
valuable were taken, but the loss cannot
be told until they go over their belongings.
PLATTSMOUTH At the annual meeting
of the members of St. Mary's Kptro(ml
church last evening the following officers
were elected: W. 8. Cornutt, senior deacon,
V. W. Cleveland Junior deacon and Charles
Johnson. A. P. Stafford. Prof. A. N. Blake
and O. C. Norton vestrymen.
PLATTSMOUTH P. A. Barrett, manager
of the Platte travel company, departed
from (Viiar Creek at noon wlih a wagon
load of supplies for the company, ills
team ran away and he waa found beside
the road In the evening unconscious, with
hi skull and shoulder broken.
BEATRICE Albert Loepcr. the Elm
township farmer charged with selling
liquor without a license, waa arraigned
In the district court yesterday and pleaded
not guilty. The case was continued to the
next term of the district court, and de
fendant was released on bond of fl,000.
BEATRICE The Sunday School Base
Pall league met last ntght at the Young
Men's Christian association building and
elected these officers: W. T. Stockton,
r resident: Rev. F. L. Hall, vice president;
. F Whltcomb. secretary treasurer.
Chairman McGlaason also appointed ths
committees on rules aud grounds.
BEATRICE The Board of Education
held a special meeting Usl evening and
elected teachers for the coming year.
Superintendent E. J. Bodwell and Principal
F. K. licet wera re-vlvcUd. Fur lb first
time In many year every tencher applied
for re-appolntment. and all of them were
practically re-elected, numbering fifty-two.
ORD A petition Is being circulated to
collect funds to build a new Turner hall
near the Geranium at'tholin rhurrh. This
Is the ain order that built the fine brick
opera house In thla town.
NEBRASKA CITY-Aorordlng to the ex
pense accounts filed with the county clevk
It Is shown that during the recent city
campaign It cost the candidates for mayor
from $10 to ttfi each to make the race and
the coutiellmen from In to 11950 each and
other officers es. This Is rather high,
conKideriner the mayor's salary is only JiO
and the councllmen only K each per
DUNBAR Rev. A. C. M.Olellnnd. evangelist,-
of Pennsylvania, has been conduct
ing a series of revival meetings her t
the United Prcfhyterlsn church tho last
ten dHys. lie has been assisted by Rev.
Mr. tiilmore of Lincoln. Todsy, .when he
received a telegram, announcing the uil
Oen death of his mother at Pittsburg, he
left Immediately to be present at her
NEBRASKA CITY-8uperlntendent Ned
C. Abbott has prepared an elaborHte pro
gram fur a musical at the Institute for
the Blind on Fridxv evening, at which time.
Judge William Havward will be present
and deliver an address on "The Making of
a lresldent." Many invitations have been
iHKued for the event and It is thought that
more than a sufficient number will be
present to fill the big chapel.
WYMOE Thieves entered the hard
ware store of D. A. Lasher Some time
early thla moining and madt! away with
revolvers, knives and other small articles
to tho value of Entrance was gained
by forcing open a side window. The Ful
ton bloodhounds were brought In from
Beatrice at noon, but cannot find a trail.
Mr. Lasher did not discover his loss until
about 10 o'cliK-k, after the floors had been
swept and wet with coal oil.
BEATRICE At tho annual meeting of
Christ Church, Episcopal, last night war
dens and vestrymen for the coming year
were elected as follows: J. E. Smith, sen
ior warden; George Arkwrlght, Junior war
den; J. Edward C. Fisher, B. 11. Begole.
B. C. Smith, F. B. Beers, II. U Dempster,
F. H. l'lummer and J. L. Anderson, ves
trymen. H. L. Dempster, S. C. Smith, and
J. E. Smith were chosen delegates to the
annual council of the church to be held
next month at Omaha.
PLATTSMOUTH Fifty years ago last
Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Schlater
landed In this city from the steamer Spread
Eiile, commanded by Captain 1CUarr. At
that time the boat made regular trips up
the MiHsourl river and did a rushing busi
ness. Plattsmouth then consisted of a few
sitihII huts along the river's edge and the
rolling prairies were an unbroken wilder
ness and the home of the Indians and the
buffalo. The venerable couple have since
their arrival from Indiana witnessed a
marvelous change In the advancement of
civilization In Nebraska.
KEARNEY At the meeting of the "old
city council, Mondny evening, the votes
of the recent city election were canvassed
and the officers elected were sworn in.
C. W. ll'oxle was elected president of the
new council. Mayor Patterson made known
his appointments for the various offices
among which were: City attorney, F. C.
Calkins: city engineer, Eugene Morey;
chief of the fire department. I?:. S. Car-
eon; city physician, Dr. G. M. Mills, rno
office of chief of police will be held in
abeyance for a time. The old city treas
urer, A. L. Nichols, turned over the books
to the newly elected treasurer, W. W.
WYMORE The newly elected city offi
cers were aworn In -last evening and the
new. administration organised by electing
John McQuinn of the First ward president
of the council, ho having held that place
the last year. Mayor Rawllngs did not an
nounce his appointments, but will do so at
the adjourned meeting Wednesday night.
The old council before adjourning sine die
cleaned up all business on hand, allowing
a large grist of bills. A motion carried
to have the street commissioner put In a
safe condition the bridge across the Blue
river on the east edge of town. This struc
ture haa been minus one railing for over
a year. It is situated on a curve In the
road and Is very dangerous. A motion was
made to refund all dog taxes collected
last year, the maker stating that he did not
consider it fair for one man to pay taxes
and another not to. The motion waa lost
for want of a second. .
An Inhalation for
Coughs, Colds, Catarrh,
Creeolen la a Been Asthmatlo.
rn It not nam mora affaotlTa to brMUh la S
remedy for dlMW of th breathing organ Ihaa
lako too nmMjr into uw aiomacu
'.-.nna Kj-ailM th Sir. TOSdSrOO
strongly sotlKptic, Is carried OTr lb dlM4
urface with Try breath, gl'ln prolonged sad
eonatant treatment. It is Inraluabl to lothr
with imail children.
7 or Irritated throat
ther li nothing better
than Crasoleu AntUcptl
Send 6 in pottage B
for sample bottle. '
at I rtBMiAfticTa. 11
Send Doatal tor
After being on your feet all
day, what part of your body la
it that needs the most rest?
Your feet, of course.
One half of the fatigue in
standing or walking, however,
comes from wrongly construct
We have a line of shoes that
are made for the comfort re
quirement of the man with
Here's Solid Comfort
Theae shoes come in strong,
durable leathers kid or colt,
made In last to Insure comfort.
Try a pair of these comfort
bringers, and your foot aches
and pains will disappear.
Price $4.00, Hlzea O to 12.
Write for our new spring cat
alogue. Drexel Shoe Co.
"I have been asing Caacarets for In
somnia, with which I have been afflicted
for twenty years, and I caa say that Caa
carets have given me mora relief than any
other remedy I hava ever tried. I shall
certainly recommend them to my friend
ts being all that tbey are reprcaentad."
Tho. CUlard, JUgia, UL
PWataot, Palatable. Potent. Test Oootl
Do Good. Never blckn.Wake er Oripe.
10c. 2So. JOo. Never told re bulk. The -lot
tablet stamped CCC taaraae4
cure ef raw atoaey btwa- 4
m Jiv nsvVas4avr m
I Shoe I
' 'TREMONT while possessing
the merit of being conservative, it is
nevertheless an out-of-the-ordinary style
Pride of Omaha
The unequaled quality of this
flour la gained by starting with the
highest grade of wheat obtainable,
then converting It into flour, and,
by special equipment and process,
surpassed by . no other manufac
turer, retaining the full virtue of
the high grade of wheat we use.
Owning and operating 103 ele
vators in the country where the
world's most nutritious wheat Is
produced, is an advantage of which
no other mill ia possessed.
A trial wil .convince you that for
digestibility, convenience and econ
omy, it can be approached by no
other flour. ,
$1.7S per Sack
At all grocers
DPDIKJE MILLING COM PANT, OMAHA.
Never before in our Half Century of
Tailoring Experience ha Dame Fashion
decreed so forcibly, that this season, her
masculine votaries shall wear garment
that shall unmistakably proclaim their new-
Here you will find all that's Modish and
Up-to-Date in the way of Spring attire.
More than that, you'll find Kxolusive Nov
elties on our tables not shown elsewhere
Priced In a Sensible Manner at that.
Trousers $5 to $12 Suits $25 ts $50
WILLIAM JERREMS' SONS,
200-11 Booth 15th 61
ii jum " " '' maw i
Omaha and New York'
when considered in the light of beaatiful cafes. Hanson's
Cafe Is admittedly the most beautiful in the west and it costs
no more to dine there than at ordinary cafes.. -
Tabl d'ilate Dinner $1.00. evry evening 6 to A
BfH f IH. ' O TQNGHT FRIDAY SATUR-
I Bs w DAY SATURDAY MATINEE.....
George H. Brennan Presents '
THOMAS DIXON, JR.'S WONDERFUL PLAY '
CO MT A STY
CAKI.OASS OF ICCSIST
ad taoors or
NEXT SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY : -
Princess Amusement Company Present. -THE
QUALITY MUSICAL PLAY , - ,
A STUBBORN CINDERELLA
ATS OBT BAXK.
First Baptist Church
Tickets f 1.00 and 76c; on Sale at
Hospe's or at door.
w Arrow Cuffs 25 t ptrr.
cuts will sell your goods
strengthen your adA
increase ' your sales-'
make you satisfied. All
type and no cuts is bad
Baker Bros. Eaoravlng C.
arker Block. Oataaa. -
HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN
It rou pains In tb back, Urlaarj, pi4dfr
or Kidny Trouble, and want a Mrulit, Sleaaant
brk relief tram Women's III, try Motber Qrsj'
"AUSTRALIAN LKAr." It It a safe, rallabl !"
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cluding; Inflammation and alow ration a. Motber Ortr's
Aufttrallan Laaf Is sold by DrutrUt or teat by
null tor U ctr. Sampls Mnt rRKB. Adartas, Tb
Motber Orar Co.. L Ray. N. T. - , .
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Ob Dollar a Year.
For tho Monoy
The Best Meal
1514 Fsrnam St.
'" " ' " ' 1 i .ail i i naaa
The Paxton Cafe
14th and rarnam Bta. '
RALPH KITCHKN. PKOP.
"Th popala Oaf of Omaha"
Prompt service, reasonable prices, and
perfect appointments are th reason of It
By ordering half portion at the "Paxton"
you get mor variety without adding to tb
"Mttt Too Tritnd at ths rastoa"
AT THE CALUMET
Vou receive the very quickest ser
vice. Original tier.
Or TS PEOVX.B
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Phone: Doug, nut; liuj . A-UOI.
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