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BKK: 0M?U1A, Mil DAY, AI'ML IB, 1909.
Tariff Furore is
Bad on Trade
Special Demonstration of
qtilteMjnposslble to find a
.wear Redfern jeu know Instantly
solrsllabJA. nevert losing Its shape,
A Redwrrt M flhfped to build or rather to reverse the usual thought, the form takes on the corset
shape, assumlng,,l4D&v 'unbroken lines, not curves.
The flgurA.U aiot.ronscious of the corset at the waist, other than to
the hlpa and JtW 0i8t are shaped In the corset.
We can gWi lent Hedfern that "seemeth" made for you, regardless
$3.50 to $ijij(rti per pair Security Rubber Button Hose Supporters
.)!. .' . . , .
f. c ; i . jm a i t sua i
The ,tj pert. corset, specialist from New York. Is with us this week, giving free fittings of the celebrated
Redfern corset. Jet Miss McCauley help you find the corset that is bes adapted to your form. She
will esteem 3a pleasure to do so. Come 'Friday., as Saturday Is. Miss McCauley's last day.
Muslin Underwear " '
'v AMmttpfct tMt f rmmUri underwear a feature here.
ChoOng U. eUfae1rw all .. the found. Our large
tra.lo demands, oft- atork at-a.11 times anil we make it a
potnP t have thnwrf ' Mnny mf our offerings are Special
values. Make y(ur aulerllona here. Chouse from the new
est style, langcst assortments and best values.
Sneoial showing of real hand" embroidered French
ChemfMe at $1.00, li. 15. 11.60, $1.76. $2.00, and $2.60 each.
See irvcorner wlndo' - : r .-. -i " i j
See display Linen Suitings U our Howard street window,
pure linen. On sale Monday at, per yard, -20c.
' AT OUR
v ri! store.
wheat' oot Hi Sumner County, Kansas, right
now. Do you khow what that means?
That's the biggest wheat producing county
In the United 8tte and millers there have
Jua paid 1.M-for Wheat" which the fatrriers
ha previously shipped but. They've tot
to bring It back."
"How about the ft-e'ent ' decline at'WInnl-'
peg?':Wrf Patten wa asked. 1 '
"Jt dees not mean anything.' It's a big
cask market, tbuta small one speculatively.
The -smaller .the .speculative market the
wider 4hv prise od fluctuations." .
Trader l.aaga' at Pattea.
What Mr.. Patten says about July wheat,
however. Is anything' but acceptable to
many experienced:, tirsdits. They point to
the derseatlo' visible supply which at pres
ent Is. reported by Bradstreet's at t.WOJM
bushels Ip txressQf. tli amount In sight
at this, time In 19U8. .But principally tlieyi
Insist ..that the bpw Crop -will be on sale
In Chicago. In abundance. They lauglt at
the late, crop talk anfj declare that there
la and will be us much wheat In proportion
to the population as there ever. was.
in talking ' with newspaper" men today,
Mrt patten referred frankly to hltnself as
a speculator as well as a grain merchant
and Incidentally admitted that'he Is long on
"Haven't XPisepouah on your hands In
wheat wMrtonl dabbling In cotton?" came
a query. , '. '.':.'
"Well'l'll "be frank. I'm a grain mer
chant, put I'm a speculator also. I like to
speculate. It's a great game. The way It
looka td frie-'ls this: Cotton at the present
price Is i Jiiet.. aboti as .cheap as wheat
would be Around $1. So' 1 took a flyer, but
believe me,' f mf aot trying . to jnarlpii
" iL",t, y
ON: LEMON DUTY
(Continued from Klrat Page.)
port of a school of forestry to be located at
Brookings.,, . '
Senatol?1iilmter j toil ay 'introduced., a
bill 'authtiiliili j 'Ae crealfo'n of a new land
district In, fJurth Dakota and .Moutana to
be known' a -Marmath land dlstrlctA The
head'iuartera of..lh prepoaed new land
district will be, located at Marmalh. N. D.
Senator' Burkt-tt today Introduced a bill
appropriating $7.0W for the purchase' of a
site and the erection of a postofflce build
ing at Central City, Neb.
HITS AT t GRAIN GAMBLING
Breeat alive Sciit of KisMr Has
Meaaa t' Prevent Dealing - -la
WASHINGTON, April 15.-Itepresentatlve
Scott of Kansaa, chairman of the houae
committee wi agneujtiire, today Introduced
a bill to prohibit dtallnga In futures of
wheat, toik iimI ether : agricultural prbd-u.-ts.
"We have ctlcugh cpubllcana and deni
tH'rats to Insure tin paaaaga of thla bill or
one dran along ilinllar linea, at the next
rvgular session iU congress." said Mr.
Scott. "Tha main ti.ing Is to draft a meas
ure that w.il r, conatltutlonal."
During the last session of congress hear
ings were given to bills seeking to prohibit
the dealing In - futures of agricultural
products, but no action was taken.
pmrtmt aw ma Hum Htr. Mwi
Wheat raa aa Uala Maaal Klaar
aa saura t I .Wahbara-Cnara Ual4
Mitt near..: Thla la lataartaat.
Redfern Whalebone Corsets
genuine Whalebone d Corset
that the boning la whalebone.
always holding the
figure easily but
Remnant Square in Basement.
.. ' Remnants of 36-lnch percales, light and dark ef
fects, .regular 16c quality, at, per yard, 5c.
Remnants of 12 Ho Ginghams,-at. per yard, 8c.
Remnants of 25c Shirting Madras, at, yard, lie, '
Remnants of 25c Poplin Gingham, at, yard, Iftftc,
i ; Remnants of 15c Dotted Dress-Swisses, yard, 10c.
Price of Flour
Soars With Wheat
Columbus Millers. Advance Quotations
, "forty Cents a Barrel Mills' .
Run on Short Time.
CQU'MBL'8, O.. April ,1S.-The price of
flour ..continues to soar. In sympathy wliU
the .advancing tendency of th wheat mar
ket. Columbus millers today put the prico
up 40 cents per barrel far winter wheat
flour and the market is now quoted here
at $. This advance makes a italn of $1
per barrel here In the last ten days. . .
Jobbers say the price will go to $9 be
fore the close of this year.
Millers throughout Ohio complain of dif
ficulty to get 'sufficient wheat to ' keep
their mills running and some of them are
ohly running on short time. Borne pt the
baking concerYla have been buying flour
for , only Immediate requirements, while
others have sufficient supplies on hand to
last several months.
Tha bakers here are now confronted with
the problem of either rsislng the prioe of
tns loaf or reducing the atae.
POINT FOR HELEN BOYLE
Serraat Wk Stole tho Dyer Jew
elry Is,, Wow la lrlsaa la
ST. LOL'IS, prll 15.-The servsnt who
made away wtli w!l00 worth of Jewelry
from the homf of H. Choteau Pyer, l(
Lenox Place, BV Louts, in September, 1907,
1 in a German" prison, according to a let
ter which Chlet of Police Creecy 'received
today from Chief of Police decker Of.PrW
den. Tha letter from the German official
says that the girl la known to the foreign
authorities variously as "Emma Wllhelm."
"Wllhelmlna Mueller," and "Lena Kleln
schmldt., Blie "Abh convicted and sentenced
to seven' years' 'imprisonment for Dresden
Mr. and Mrs. Dyer lsft here yesterday
for Mercer In an endeavor to discover
whether or not Mrs. Boyle, under arrest
there for 'kidnaping Willie Whitla, was
the missing woman.
H. Choteau Dyer of St. Louis, who arrived
here last evening for the purpose of Iden
tic Ing Mrs. James H. Boyles, one of the
Whitla abductors, were taken td the1 jail
at 11 o'clock thla morning,' where they'1 saw
and talked wtih the woman.-
The Dyers were unable tu make a posi
tive Identification of Mr. - Boyle as
"Clara," a maid who suddenly left their
employ In fit. Louis when Jt was alleged
much valuable Jewelry disappeared.
Attorney Cochran, acting for tha county,
and James P. Whitla. following a confer
ence with the Dyers, refused to make pub
lic anything except to say the- visit would
beoome of great (Importance later.
TWO KILLED IN EXPLOSION
Mtraalveerlne riaat at Kardoa,
llllaola, Is Rlsna la
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. April 16.-rrom
Information obtained by long distance tele
phone by the Astoclated Press It is gath
ered that only two men were killed In
the explosion of a nltro-glycerlne factory
at Gordon. III., thla afternoon. These were
Charles Dewese and Moaes Lanta and thty
were alone In the factory. The plant was
blown to pieces.
EVIDENCE INLIBEL SUIT
Several Kaaplayea af Wsrla Ara Saat.
asoaeal Before rw Vark
NEW YORK. April 15.-rveral employes
f tha New Yoik World were summoned
before the federal grand Jury today to
testify In th govert n ent's Investigation
of the Panama libel rase. Witnesses who
appeared before the Jury today Included
rrank Cobb, an editorial writer; Irvln S.
Cpbb and Karl Harding, reporters; John
8jmour. an employs In the business de
paitmenl, and William beymour, a stenog
rapher ' J ',
any make but a-Redfern, and when you
It la ao pliable, so wearable and withal
with decided firmness.
know how comfortable It Is
of your else.
' . , ......
are BOo-valuea, warranted all
. v,' : SEE'.
OUR 16TH ST.
. on Bride's Dress
Ornament Worn by. Marie Antoinette
' Adorns Gown of Dorothy
' ! V. 'V-r Grosvenor. . . .
LONDON. April li-A brilliant gathering
assembled at St. 'Paul's church. Knlg.t
biMdgt,'. today to' witness the marijage of
Lord palrnvny, eldest, son-of the. fifth, earl
of Rovebeiry. to Dorothy, the youngest
daugtiter cf Li-rd Henry'Oorge Grosvenor.
The wedd ng it one of the mist I up riant
social. 'events of the season; The bride's
dress was draped with priceless point
d'Alencrm lace that hadf been worn by" Marie
Antoinette. The gifts to the newly , mar
i lid pair are numerous and costly and de
scriptions of them fill columns In tha local
newspapers. Tr.e donors Include the king
and queen, tha.Piince and' tha Princess of
Wales and practicnlly everyone prominent
in political or social life. .
NEW TARIFF FOR
(Continued from First Page.)
revenue as to embarrass the Philippine
government. ." ..'
"It has had publicity in the Tnlted States
and It la believed that contending Interest
have been ' reconciled, and aa far as sched
ules are. concerned, it should meet with no
opposition. For Instance, the schedules relating-
to the introduction of tobacco,
Sumatra lead aid sugar kre. mada Identical
with the. pending Payne bill and, there
fore, have removed the apprehension tnat
these goods can be Imported ' into the
Philippine Islands at a less tariff rate and
thence Into the I'filted States free as tha
growth and production of the Philippine
."The proposed revision has the approval
of the governor, general and government
ha represents In the Philippine Islands."
The prldent's message upon being rear1
In the senste was referred to the commit
tee on Philippines.
NEWS OF THE ARMY CIRCLE
Fort l.aaaa. ar Dearer, Will Prob
ably Be Made Rrlaraa Paat la
Through the efforts of tiv Denver Cham
ber of Commerce the War Niapartment has
been persuaded, to buy 440 acres .of land
a"Jem to Foit Logan, the bg military
lost near that city, snd the oetlook I that
F rt Ixigan will be marie a brigade post.
Till w 11 mke tw i br gade posts li that
locality Fort D. A. Ruasell at Cheyenne.
Wye, and Fort Lagan, near Denver. Tha
acqu'sMon of additional bind for the F.rt
Logan tea rvatinn was made necetsary on
i account of the water question, which had
become serious at the fort. With the pur
cl.aae of additional land valuable water
rights, which the post has needed for yeats.
are aaiured. An Inex'-austlhlx supply of
water from an established irrlgi 'ion ditch
Is Included In the purchase.
D. A. R. DELEGATES GATHER
First at Social Faaetlaas Preredlaar
Coaveatlaa ef Or4rr Imrseali
s' Hsva Caadldate.
WASHINGTON. April 16. -The first of a
number of social functions to be held here
previous to tha opening on Monday next of
tha convention of the Daughters of the
American Revolution was a reception given
today by Mr. and Mra. Samuel N'N Barker
to Mrs. Mclean, president, and Mrs. II. L.
Hodgklns, chairman of tha press commutes
of the organisation. All of the daughters
were pTeaented to Mrs. Matthew Scott, ad
ministration candidate for president of tha
Mrs. William C. Story of New York,
"Insurgent" candidate for prealdent, Will
arrive hers tomorrow, ss will Mrs. Sarah
T. Kinney of Connecticut, chairman of the
committee for the good of the order, or
ganised by the "Insurgents" after tlte laat
Jim Hill Says Revision Question Must
fie Settled Before Prosperity
WASHINGTON, April lo.James J. Hill.
chairman of the board of directors of tha
Great Northern railroad, talked to several
friends at the capltol lo. . irdlng tariff
"The people throughout tha country feel
that something has been promised to them
In the way of tariff revision," said Mr.
Hill, "and they want to get it."
"I have no special Interest in thla tariff
bill," continued Mr. Hill. "But I have an
Interest in the prosperity of the country.
We are tired of conditions that have ex
isted for the Inst two years. Wa want to
get the business pf the country on a Mound
basis. To do that we need to get the tariff
question out of the way."
Fails to Kill Man,
Body of L. Simpson Found by Officers
who Had Been Sent to
MANT, La., April io. After snapping his
revolver three times at William Woodlea
and tha weapon not responding, L. Simpson,
aged 60 years, returned to his home laat
night and swallowed a quantity of stryen
nlne. When officers went to arrest him for
the attempted killing, his body was found,
letters Indicating that domestic troubles
prompted him to end his life. No motive
la known for the attempt to kill Woodlee.
TARIFF BILLBACR 1(1 HOUSE
(Continued from First . Page!)
would result In greater revenue than would
me Z per cent tax on $4,000 Incomes.
Mr. Bailey said he did hot Introduce his
amendment because he de aired to tax pros
peTlty, but because he preferred "to tax
the Incomes 6t prosperous people rather
than to place It upon the backs and upop
the appetites of people-who at best are do
ing none -too well."
; Bills .providing for a tariff commission
were today introduced' In the senate by
Mr. Beverldge and by Mr. LaFollette. Mr.
Beveridge said the tariff commission idea
hsd been more widely approved hv h
newspapers, of. th : country than any other
proposed legislation and declared' It had
not been opposed publicly by any one In
Personal-Persons afflicted with blood
poison In any stsge, or rheumatism In any
form, can learn of a permanent cure by
addressing the Salvar Company, St. Louis
Mo. ' ' ' ' ' '
GAVEL GIVEN ' TO CHURCH
Prealdeat Smith' Tarns Over Relic la
Possession "for Thirtr-Mne
; ' - l 'Vears.
LAMO.VI. ta., Afrll'lfe.-'tSpecla'l.'l-An. un
usual and Impresslv scene occurred at
yesterday's sesrtmV- i'f the ' Reorganised
Church or-Litrer TSay" Saints conference,
when President JolfrpVflmlth presented to
the body the gavel which had been given
him thfrtyrrlne years ago and which he
has -used st almost" every conference since
that time., With much feeling he thanked
the members for th respect aria' reverence
Which they had always shown for him and
bis associates In the official use. of this
gavel and reminded them that he might
never meet with them again, though he
expressed the hope to be able to do so for
many years to come. The conference, on
motion of Bishop E. L. Kelley, accepted the
gift, thanking President Smith and In
trusting its care to the first president of
the church. Much feeling was shown and
there were few dry eyes In the assembly1.
A motion prevailed to start the collection
of souvenirs and memoirs of the prophet
Joseph 8mlth. -
NO SERVICE JFOR SWINBURNE
Baa of Poet Laid at' Rest la
tkarrh Yard at Isle of.
LONDON. April 16.-The body'of Alger
non Charlea Swinburne, the poet, was laid
at rest this afternoon in tKm .hrni. . i
of St, Boniface. Bonchurch, Isle of Wight.
in accordance with the wishes of the poet
the burial ceremony was omitted.
M order Stoaa rJlopement.
BONAMI. La April 15.Bellevlng John
A. Auatin Intended to elope with iiia wife
VmliT tfan. late last night shot and
killed Auatin when the men met. Dean
V,TS,ijL BLUFF'S AND
, FOR NEBRASKA Siio were.
i enieraiure at Omaha yesterday:
..S a. m
8 a. m
t a. m
10 a. m
11 a. m
12 m S7
1 P- m 37
J P- m 3g
1 P- m 8
4 p. m at
5 p. m 40
P- m 40
7 p. ra 40
P- m 40
9 p. in 4U
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BURSAL"
OMAHA, April Is Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding, day of the laat three
years: 1 l- 1907.
Maximum temperature . 40 82 65 65
Minimum temperature ..31 41 38 33
Mean temperature 34 (2 47 4.t
precipitation 13 .00 .01 .00
Temperature and precipitation departure
from the noimal at Omaha alnce March 1,
and compared with the last two years:
Normal temperature M
Wflclency for the day 14
Deficiency alnce March ...t 79
Normal precipitation 10 Inch
Excess for the day 03 Inch
precipitation since March t 1.18 Inehca
Dcfloioncy since March 1. 1. 62 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 19n.. 2. C Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1W7. .2 01 inches
Reports (row tatloaa at T P.- !!.
Station and Temp. Max. Rain-
- Vtala af Weather. T. D. m. Twnn. fall
Plamarca, raining .
Cheyenne, part cloudy .... M
Chicago, cloudy ...;.....
Iavciiport. raining .....
Ienvr.part cloudy '
Havre, part cloudy
Helena, part cloudy ...
Huron, cloudy ,.,
Kansas City, clear ......
North Platte, clear .....
Ruptd City, clear
St. Iiouis, part cloudy .
Ht. Paul, part cloudy ...
Kail lke City, clear....
T inaH'aiea iraee or preeipnauon.
U A. UDIiH. Local Forecaster
Do you want a High-rade
Piano at your own price?
Have You Been Thinking of Purchasing a Piano?
Here Is Your Opportunity
A. HOSPE COMPANY AGREE TO DELIVER
TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER THIS $500.00
KIMBALL UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO.
it will cost you nothing but a 2-cent stamp to bid, and, if your bid is the highest, you will
get a fine, standard make piano at your own price. .. 'if
This is without doublt the greatest oportunity ever offered by any piano concern in this
i . rriv mfanr) e 41. TrTTurt att:.. e.i ii
vwuuiij. xnv iUHn ot uie amDMUl 19 perieci. ii nas apneaiea so sirongiv 10 me puonc ior,
the past fifty years that today the total output of this WORLD RENOWNED INSTRUMENT' is
over 188,000 pianos, which is greater than the output of any other piano factory in tho worlds
Fill out the Coupon and mail your bid at once. No matter how low your bid is it will be
considered. Terms can be arranged if it is hot convenient for you to pay all cash.
This Auction Sale will run for ten davs and will close April 25th. All bids ae to be in
writing, sealed and addressed to A. HOSPE COMPANY'S AUCTION COMMITTEE, care of A.
HOSPE CO., 1513 Douglas street store, Omaha, Neb.
Be sure and give your full name,' street address or postoffice. The name and address of the
highest bidder will' be published.. '
, This is not a guessing con
test or lottery. It is a bona
fide . .
Piano Auction Sale
The following rommitt will award tho Piano to 'the highest bidder. AU bids will be opened f thl ron
niltteo after the sale Is doted: ItOBT. HUNTER, Bae P ab, Co.; MKL I'HL, Jr., News Pub. Co.;, S. N. B..N3ER,
World-Herald, in case two or more parties iuak t)ie s ama high bid, both bids received will be awarded pianos.
Killed by Engine;
PUATTSMOUTH. Neb., Anrll S. ( Spe
cial. Telegram.) W. R . Murray,- . agsd a
years, wbo has bcn buying, grain . for tha
Missouri Pacific elevator in this, city, .was
caught In the gasoline engine and Instantly
killed. His father arrived and took the
body to his home in Mynard this after
noon. "SPEAKERS CFGREAT. REPUTE
Maar Stroagr Addresses Wilt Be Fea
tore of Slata Trackers' Meet- .'
..lag; al Llaroln.
. FAIRBURT. Neb.,-April 16.-(Speclal.)-A.
L. Cavlness, president of the Nebraska
State Teachers' association, in announcing
details of the next meeting, to be held In
Lincoln November. 3. 4 and 6, asserts f he
list of speakers will be one of tha strongest
ever , heard at. a state teachers' .meeting.
Among those of nat,lorjal reyutatloq who
will be present are opker.T. Washington
of Tuskegee. Ala. ; Principal O. B. Morri
son. St. Louis; H.f. Bailey. IorthSctt
uall, Mass.. and ex-President Eliot of Hsr
vard university. ' ' '
Mr. Cavlness siys ths 'indication's " 4r 'thp
attendance 'will be a record breaker. School
boards generally are voting to allow their
teachers a vacation on full pay to enable
them to attend the meeting.
WVMOHB CNTBST IP IN" AIR
C ity . t'onncll Takes Ko Aetlaa aa
'resting: Llqaor Vote.
WYMORE, Neb., April 15.-'(8peilal.)-The
city council held a meeting last evening
and took up the matter of contesting the
recent election, w; I. Hinds, a clerk In
the First ward on election day, stated that
he counted a vote agalhst license to have
it tally With license. Charles Allen and
V. R. James stated that they' were Stand
ing clone- te one of- the-judges in the 'first
ward when he railed a vote against license
when It should have been or license.'' The
opinion; of the city attorney was-celled
for and he stated that the council' had jio
jurisdiction In the matter and thafrhe rase
would have to go before tire county Judge.
No action was taken, i . . " '
Mayor Rawhlngs announced his' appoint
ments as follows: Dr. fi. E. :Yoder.' health
officer; A. 1. McCandlees, city attqrney;
A. D. MeCandless, psrk commissioner; H.
C. Fuller, water works engineer; C. C.
Ellis, street commissioner; ' Dennis Hatch',
night officer. Since the town went '"wet"
a year ago It has dispensed with the serv
ices of a day officer.
Voantc Forcer Confesses.
TFX'UMSKH. Neb., April 16.-(8peelal.)-
Frank Howland, a comparatively young
man of at least average Intelligence, in
confined In the Jolinson county jail, a self
confessed criminal. Following a hearing
on l he charge of forgery li, the county
court yesterday he was remanded to jail
to await the deliberations of the district
court. In defsult of 11,000 bond.
Howland says his conscience moved him
to make a clean breast of his wrong-doings,
and admits that he not only practiced
forgery in this county, but cashed forged
clii-cke at Syracuse, O., and other points.
He says he has done wrong and wanta to
take his punishment, fully conscious of the
fact that the punishment for forgery is a
trim in the penitentiary. He says the mat
ter has worried him, causing ' him great
mental anguish, and he wlsha to do ths
right thing and relive Ms troubled frame
of mind. A numher of witnesses were ex
amined at the hearing. Including the eah-h-ru
of the Sterling banks, Howland was
Colamaas Haats New Bridge.
COLUMB18. Neb.. April 16.-(Speclal.)-J
A new Platte river bridge south of the city
was the topic for discussion at a special
meeting of the Commercial club tonight.
While the ol I bridge withstood the Ice and
water this spring. It Is only a question of
time until it will have to be replaced, and
I aFhones: Doug. 16u; Ind.'A-ltOI
hLMi I Tie sew laadiag snaa, Taaddeue
tia. I Oray, la the MlUtarr Sraava
tuoxs. I "BSJUsTAJI&OAB"
B Sial, Omaaa Ouaraa la Battle Bocae
Test Week "Taa Cowboy aa tks XAdj
Dally atsUaae SilB. Bvery titgat S:1S
Jin s Tliorntun. t'.llwbtth al. Murray,
Julie King. "When tir C Her," The
bisters Uasch, The Vlndobonss. "Matk"
"Marcus" and aUnudroruit. f rices lOo, Ifto.
A. HOSPE CO
1513 Douglas St.
: OMAHA, NED.
the voting of bonds by the city and town
ship will ba presented to the people soon.
I ,Hj;I. Haaka Very III.
. NpfcRAWClA. CITY, Neb.. April U.-(Bpe-claIl)-H.
ri. : Hanks Is dangerously"' 111 at
his 'horns. Jn trfls-clty. He,, was taken dpwn
with itha'mumps'and the grip a short time
ago and hasJ gradually grown worse. A
professional nurse and a physician are con
stsntly .at. hild bedside and all are denied
permission to see him, -
lara of Saovr at Norfolk.
NORFOLK, Neb.,- April 15. Almost an
Ire I- of anow fell here today and It is still
srewing this afternoon.
IOWA SALOONS ARE LIMITED
GoTernor Carroll Signs Moon I,to.aor
!, BUI, Aimed at laereasa la
! :j I- 1 .' 'v ,. .1 Narnber.
DES MOINES. April 15.-3overnor B. F.
Carroll, today -signed tha-Moon liquor pill,
whlf-h limits the number' of saloons in any
cltj n the statfi. to. one for. every 1.O0O ln
babltnrs' tj will poti affetft any saloon
no if 'ope'taiing: 'wdeVe 'the number Is In
excess of fhe limitation, but Is aimed to
prevent tne es.aDiisnment or new saloons
Bj Wit brewers. 1
There will be. a. special meeting of the
Central Laboit union Friday evening, April
S; ,at 'Labor temple. ,
THE VASTHESS OF HEW YORK
Al Clly with More Inhabflaats tbaa
.Many cl the Slates
BOTEL LIFE AND THE ST. REGIS
New York; City ia the metropolis of the
Western World. Within Its restricted area
realdea a population exceeding by nearly a
million and a quarter the total population
of the entire state of Texas.
.. The jflepaenesi At. New York's population,
the volume1 and extended character of Its
business transactions, and the magnitude
of Its amusement enterprises and society
functions, have made hotel Ufa here a ne
cessity. With the greater' city," has grown
up a new race of public housaa. The modern
hotels of New York 'surpass trie world In
their else, their elegance of appointment,
and the character . of their service. They
supply every want, they even anticipate
one's wishes.. There Is. one botel In New
York, 'with every feature of its construc
tion. Its furnishing, Its equipment, Ita man
agement, its cuisine and its service equal
to the most famous hotels of the world,
which has succeeded in Incorporating and
retaining the' ''home atmosphere" in Its
regime. This hotel Is tha St. Regis, situated
on Fifth Avenue at Fifty-fifth street. With
all Its luxury and home refinements, it is
by no means the highest priced. Splendid
single room are obtainable for 18 and 14
a day; the same with private bath for $6
a day (or ti for two people;) while for a
parlor, bedroom and private bath the rates
are from til a day upward. The restaurant
charges are -no higher than those of other
first class hotels. "
Omaha and New York'
when considered In the light of beautiful cafes. Hanson's
Cafe Is admittedly the most beautiful In the west and It costs
no more to dine there than at ordinary cafes.
George II. Brennan Presents
THOMAS DIXON, JR.'S WONDERFUL PLAY
T U M te!?
oomtabtt of ts rxorx.B
OABLOADS OF SCHIST AMD BX.BOTKIOAX, XrrZOTS,
AStP TBVOOFS or OtrtLST XOBISI.
NEXT SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
Princess Amusement Company Present
THE QUALITY MUSICAL PLAY
A STUBBORN CINDERELLA
1 1 . i jh n- i
Hospe Company's -Auction
My bid Is f . . . . on the Kimball
Piano to bj sold at Auction by nail.
to ti sold at Aucuon oy nan
s a 1 t Je sf b -
MacCarthy Wilson quality
and style match up with the
proper pride of the roan who
insists upon looking his 'baft '"
. as well as fiajlug Jt. f . yr
' Good proof that k mai 'sela l.
. proper value on .himself Is the
v ,fact that he wears our individ
ually tailoreu-for-him garments. '
You can easily pay more than
we will ask you but why
should yout It's doubtful'
whether you ran got as much ,
for any price very doubtful.
Remember, we guarantee
absolutely a flawless fit and .
an uncommon degree of satis
faction. Our two-piece $25.00 Suits
made to measure are excep
304-306 South 10th Street. .
Near 16th and Fa mam Bts. ,
and on of my J, A.
Sao rat Bland 6a
clgara. Than rock
tha chain read the
oaoer and amoke
the Seeret Blend and experlenee
Central Clar Store
S21 South ftffn Sfrcct
Wkea sea Bar Sale Medal riaar
ba ear It la WasBaara-Cresbr' Gel
Medal rioar. Thla la Imaartaat.
TONGHT FRIDAY SATUR
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