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THE REE: OMAHA. FTltDAY, APRIL 23. 1900.
Ball Dottff. 1S DOT! FlCItl BEAM A 1.1. D1VTI. Ind. A-1841
Visit the Hair Goods Department Tomorrow, 3d Floor
Long Hair Switches
All Long Hair
4 16 and 18 incaes long, worth
2.U0; wile price, 88c.
SO inches long, worth $2.60;
sale price, $1.49.
22 inches long, worth $3.60;
sale price, $1.98.
Natural Wavy Hair Switches
All Long Hair
20 Inches long, worth $3.00;
Mle price. $1.98.
24 Inches long, worth $4.00;
sale price, $2.98.
'16 and 18 Inches Natural Gray
Hair Switches, worth $6.00; sale
Hair Puffs, Extra Fine
puffs, fet of
Hair Accessories Specially
Priced for Friday and Saturday,
Ever tinea this department
opened last Monday there has been
a steady throng of eager buyers
on our third floor anxious to take
advantage of the unusual price re
ductions which are now tn effect.
After our present stock Is ex
hausted K is not likely that we
will be able to eell again at these
extraordinary low prices. We im
port all our nair goods direct;'
you are thus assured of the finest
Qualities and the latest up-to-date
Friday and Saturday
6 ; sale
set of 3; sale
Coronet puffs, set of
Coronet puffs, set of
Cluster pufln. set of 10 and 12;
sale price $1.98.
Triangle puffs, the latest from
France; sale price, $2.98.
Single puffs; sate price 60e.
Single puffs. In gray hair; sale
Sanitary Hair Rolls
14 and 1 Inches, worth 60c;
sale price 25c.
24-lnch, worth 76c; sale price
24-lnch. extra heary, worth
$1.60; sal price, 76c.
24-lnch in gray hair, worth
$1.50; sale price, 76c.
"Yvette" Hair Nets
Tourists nets, large sie, 15c
each, or 2 for 25c.
Auto nets, the largest slxe, sale
To go around the head, worth
$9.00; sale price, $6.98.
Another recent Importation;
sale price, $1.60.
Free Our New Illustrated
It shows the latest styles in hair
dressing aided by our hair acces
sories; mailed free to any address.
When you order by mail, send a
sample of your hair.
Hair goods dept. 3d floor.
Chamois are the Bcason's popular gloves. A full assort
ment of all lengths and etyles in natural and white.
Long chamois, natural and white, per pair, $2.00, $2.50
up to $3.00. ;
6-button length, natural and white, per pair, $1.25.
Short chamois in natural and white, per pair, 85c, 98c
Gauntlet effects trimmed with buttons, a jaunty street
style, natural, per pair. $1 .98.
See 16th Street Window. Main Floor.
All the very latest new spring coats are now being
54-inch covert coats, made of hard twisted covert cloth
at $15.00 up to $23.00.
Blue Black Black Short Pongee
Serge Silk Panama Covert Coats.
Coats. 'Coats. Coats. Coats.
LINEN AND LINEN COLORED
The new linen coats 54 inches long are very fashionable,
the prices are $5.50, $7.50, $8.50 up to $15.00.
Grand Showing of New Tailored Suits.
New Linen Skirts. New Taffeta Skirts. - - -r
All Alterations Made Free of Charge
Remnant Square in D&iement Friday
Remnants of 10c and 15c gingham and remnants of
12V2C percales, Friday, at, per yard, 5c.
Remnants of 25c Madras in woven colors in the latest
stripes, at, per yard, 11c.
Aberfoyle 25c Poplin in the new two-toned stripes,
woven colors, absolutely fast at, per yard, 12VaC.
18 linen finished suitings in stripes, absolutely fast
colors, at, yard, 10c.
Free Lessons Notice
T . i , Hare your ribbon bows and
In art embroidery every day 8a8hM made to your special order
from 3 to 5 P. M. Expert in- y Mrs. David, who is now at our
ribbon department. She is an ex-
Structor in Charge. pert In this line of work.
tlon of :Jt retery of Agriculture Wilson,
whose (tifoi mutiim. concur pi rift crops Mr.
Patten 'recently declared ' to be "the Joke
of tlx century." 1
To thin a smile n tUe oiily answer.
Tlie regular dully bulletin Issued by
Bartletl., llatten & Co.. after the close of
the mm let today, "haf this to say-.
"The tn altuutton 'Is unchanged. There
Ik no more wheat. In the country tnnn
there wan before the decline and the de
mand is. Just a Kod. Our confidence In
hlsher prices Is uh great aa ever."
TRINIlMH, Colo.. April 22,-James A.
Patten, Chicago's "wheat king," arrived
here today and left shortly afterwards for
Terclo, Colo., near the New Mexican line,
whence he will drive overland twenty
five miles tu the ranch of W. II. Hartlett,
near Verniejo Park, New Mexico. A heavy
anowstorm 1 iirevHll and the trip will bo
made tlirough anow dilfts. ' "
Patten appeared tired and extremely
ncrvoim and he was not in . the hept of
"None ot your buaineaa." was hla aniweV
lo a niition an to hi mission in Trinidad.
"I've hern ho.mcled lo death by reporter
Pu'.tcii displayed 'great anger when the
reporter'tpalsted on questioning him regard
ing wheat conditions.
"It't none of our huvlueaa what I think."
he snapped, turning on the reporter, "I
want to forget wheal and I'm tired of re
porters. (Jet out."
.Mr. Patten reached Trinidad at S o'clock
tbls morning and left here at 8 o'clock
after a ahort rest at a hotel. He Is travel
ing alone. He boarded the smoker of the
way train to Terclo. and Sticking a. big
cigar In hla mouth lit It and sat at ol idly
smoking, occasionally glaring- at the curi
ous crowd which had Invaded the smoking
car and had gathered on the depot plat
form to get a glimpse of the famous
At the hotel where Mr. Patten rested for
a (few hours he was warned by the clerk
that It would be dangerous to attempt rile
overland trip from Terclo to the Bartlett
ranch today, ns n furious blizzard la rag
Ihk in the. mountains.
"1 don't care.'" said Mr. Patten. "T want
seclusion and rest, and I'm going after It."
! The stage cannot reach the Bartlett ranch
before . nightfall, and the roads are In a
dangerous condition as a result of the al
most unprecedented snowfall, tremendous
snowslldea being of frequent occurrence
oyer the mountain passes.
SULTAN WILL HOLD THRONt
Will Remain Sovereign of Empire
Under Agreement. -
INVESTMENT OF CITY COMPLETE
of liver and bowela. In refusing to act. Is
oulckly remedied with Dr. King's New Ufa
Pills. 35c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Part of the Third Army Corps Sent to
Aala Minor ta Intercept Bands
of FaaltlTea from the
OON8TANTI NOPLK, April 22.-The sul
tan of Turkey and the chiefs of the consti
tutional party have reached an agreement
under the terms of which his majesty re
mains as sovereign of the empire, but with
powers somewhat more reatrlcted than be
fore the palace conspiracy of April 13.
The cabinet again Is in aesslon today.
Negotiations are proceeding between
Naeim Pasha, the commander of the firat
army corps, which garrisons Constanti
nople, and the commanding general of the
army of Investment on the following points:
The dlsbandment of i.ono time-expired
men In the Constantinople garrison and the
replacement of the remainder of th gar-
BIG SALE OF BOYS' CLOTHING SATURDAY
$3.50 and $4 Knickerbocker Suiti A $2.50
About 50O knickerbocker pants suits for -boys, aes 6 to 17 vears cut
in tht? latest patterns and made of the newest fabrics well tailored,
Ktxu iuiiiik Kirongiy sewea witn linen wear resist- T cn
inar. 'The best barcrain ever offered n snif $ P.DU
could not duplicate under $3.50 to $4.00. at. . aU
Boys $5 COMBINATION SUITS at $3.50
After swing these suits, you will acknowledge that nothing equals
this bargain in the city. It's like buying two suits for C y CA
one. You get an extra pair of knickerbocker pants
with every". .coat, at. J
-Boys' $1 and $1.50 Cordurov Pants al 65c
Two 'different shades of the same materials and make that costs' von $1.00 to $1.50 anvwhere
SMa lllir llllVOi- canri.l nn. 1, : 1 - i - e . i . .
- ' ' ' ' , . , 1 V 1,1 r-1 ,,11.- I1ILT till lir I HQ CA o mam tz - 17 ,Ar ..r. . mm
corduroy knickerltocker pants, at
(or b o y s"
(or boys 50c
black sateen shirt
waist blouses, in
$1.48 1 2.50
great bargain, lu
(pr boys' 50c
suits ages one to
sixteen years, in
f" for ban'
cents waists small
sixes only, in the
Extraordinary Sale of Lace Curtains
NEXT MONDA Y ' Etir stock n flgndof an Eastern Mill
Have you seen the Great Display in Fourteen Show Windows ?
Next Tuesday Big Bobbinet Sale Next Wednesday, bala ot Cheaper Yard Goods.
rlson by Balonlkl troopa; the punishment
of soKHrs according to the degree of their
guilt in the revolutionary movement of
last week, and the transfer of the policing
of Constantinople to, .. reformed Mace
donian aenftarrnerle:.. these conditions to be
executed with caryatid moderation In order
to prevent bloodshed.
The Investment of Constantinople by the
constitutionalists Is practically complete.
Contingents of the third army corps have
been sent to points In Asia Minor, notably
Eskl-Shahr. a atation on the Anatolian
railroad, to intercept fugitives and cut off
communication with the capital on this
(Continued from First Page.)
of rates without definite Indication of such
Increases in the scherules. He said he
proposed to have a full explanation of the
tchediile and to give other senators an
opportunity to vote to lower some of the
rates. "The woolen schedule," he said,
'ought to be reduced, t undertake to eay
that for two years this schedule baa been
a bad advertisement for the republican
party. I Intend to so vote aa to adhere as
far aa poa"tle to every reduction in the
Dlngley rate that was mude by the house
committee and to every reduction made
by the senate ccmmltteel Wherever I find
a rate In this bill above the Dlngley rate
of '9T I reserv the right to Inquire Into
the question whether after twelve years of
prosperity with every industry multiplying
output and Increasing Its capacity whether
after twelve such yeara of Industrial prog
ress It might be possible to scale some of
these duties. While Jt may be." said Mr.
Dolllver. evidently referring to a statement
by Mr. A'tlrich. "that there are only a few
increases and quite a large number of re
ductions in this bill. I venture to say when
we are through with It It will be so nearly
like the Dlngley law that many mm will
wonder what was the extraordinary oc
casion that, called us here. This session
certainly was not called to Increase the
schedule of the Dlngley law."
PROC-KBDINC) OF THE HOUR
Sesaleai Lasts Forty Mlaatea, bat If
states Is Transacted.
WASHINGTON. April a.-The house was
In session for forty minutes today, but
took no action on the cenaus bill, the only
important bualness which It had bafore It
for consideration. Mr. Crumpacker (Ind.),
I chairman of the census committee, endeav
ored to have the houae Insist further upon
its disagreement from the senate amend
ments, but the absence of a quorum pre
vented such action. For the ssme resson
no conferees were appointed. The house
adjourned until Monday.
Speaker Cannon today appointed the
houae committee on enrolled billa. Mr. Wll
aon (111.) being named chairman. The other
members appointed to serve on this com
mittee are Messrs. Moore (Pa ). Anthony
Kan.), Elvlna (Mo.). Ralney Tilt. 1. Dixon
(llnd.) and Willett tN. T..
journment was taken, to meet next year
at Independence, Mo., April 6.
The trains running from I.amonl today
were crowded with departing delegates
and visitors and the town Is being de
Attempt to Free
Ladder Found Under Window, but Ef
fort ii Frustrated Identity
of Mrs. Boyle.
MERCER. Pa.. April 53. An attempt to
liberate James H. Boyle from th Mercer
coui.ty Jail was made last night, according
to officlala at the Jail. That th effort
failed was due to the vigilance of Night
Watchman Robert Fruit, who discovered a
ladder resting against the Jail wall, di
rectly under the window of Boyle's cell. It
was apparently the Intention to saw the
bars from outside and release the prisoner.
Fruit called the guards and the Jail was
watched closely th rest of th night.
That quick disposition wiil b msd of
the cases agalnat Boyle and hla wife la th
opinion here. Evidence will be presented
tomorrow to the grand Jury and Indict
ments are expected -against both the
Foyles. It Is believed the trial of Boyle
will be commenced Monday and be fol
lowed quickly by that of his wtfe.
Mrs. Boyle is anxloua that her identity
and career shall not ba brought out at the
trial, but Attorney T. C. Cochran, repre
senting Mr. Whltla In the prosecution. Is
determined to Identify the woman because
of the public reports Intimating that she Is
oonnected with a prominent family in
Mrs. Boyle Is a mysury no linger. Lat
night the press waa given absolute in
formation that the woman Is Helen Mc
Dermott of Chicago. Previous stories to
the effect that she was a member of a
prominent and wealthy family are without
foundation. Attorney T. H. Cochran, re
resenting the prosecution, admitted that
Mrs. Boyle was Helen McDermott.
DRY FIGHT IN FLORIDA
First Battle Begins with Passage (
Bill by Senate for Statewide
TALLAHASSEE. Fla.. April 22-The
first battle for prohibition In the Florida
legislature was begun today in the housa
with the Introduction of a bill for a con
stitutional amendment for atatewide prohi
bition. Hours before the legislature con
vened Tallahassee was crowded with men,
women and children who had com to town
by train, wagon or afoot.
Tha senate this afternoon passed the Hil
burn bill for submission of atatewide pro
hibition to the votera by 24 to 7.
MORMON CONFERENCE AT END
Elder Evans, Released front PresN
deaey, Ha Rea Ordained
I .A MONT. la-, April 2X-8pecial.)-The
annual gathering of the Reorganized
Church of Jeaus Christ of Latter Day Balnt
came to a close yesterday at noon after
a ahort business aesskm.
Elder It. C. Evans, who waa released
from th first presidency, wss today or
dained a blahop and will look after th
financial Interests of the church In Canada.
The appointment of missionaries In
charge and other missionaries were mad
and ratified by th conference. All the
quorums, orders, officials and standing
committees aer sustained and final ad-
Three Men Are Entombed.
WEBB CITT. Mo.. April 22-Thre mei
Were entombed In the M. a; D. sine mine
at Duenweg. near her by tlie caving in
of drift timbers this afternoon. They are
Tom Olbba, t'harlea Evans and Oeorg
Bennett. A rescue party ia at work.
PAPERS APPEAL 10 SENATE
Association Aiki Upper House
Confirm Pulp Clauie.
SEE CHANCE OF TRADE WAR
Iteaelatlon Dee tares High Doty la
Intended to Make Possible
Glgaatle Payer Trast la
NEW TORK. April M.-AI a meeting of
the American Newspaper Publishers' asso
ciation hekt today th following minutes
The American Newananer Publishers'
snclatlon at Its annual meeting In New
York today, with the lamest sttenaance
In the history of the orgsnlsstlon, com
prising representatives of 290 daJly news
papers, Instruct Its secretary telegraph
and write Immediately to each I ntted
Htates senator advising him that the asso
ciation bv a rlslnr vote earnestly urges Hie
confirmation by the senste of the action
of the house In the matter or puip ana
Th investigation made by the select com
mittee of the house, covering a period of
ton months end surpassing In thorough
ness any trade Inquiry ever attempted In
tariff history, has- shown that American
faper rnllle actually make paper cheaper
han the most modem Canadian mill, and
therefore any Import duty upon print pa
per la In the nature of a concession to the
American mills. We are Informed that the
paper manufacturers are trying to Induce
the senate to raise the rate of duty fixed
hv I he Pvn hill Th success of such
an effort would prevent the possibility of
an arrangement with Canada, which ar
rangement trie select commutes aeemea i
utmost importance in order that we might
continue to obtain from that country the
considerable supply of pulp wood now used
by American mills in news print paper
The well-matured and unanimous resolu
tion of ths aelect committee composed of
representatives of both political parties
hsve safeguarded the Interests of paper
makers and consumers against the possi
bility of hostile action by Canada.
Threatened Trade War.
We protest against any procedure which
will ignore the work and results of the
house committee's investigation and wlitoh
by nrovoklna a trade war and stowing
the exportation of ptilp wood from Canada
may bring great, loss to Americsn news
papers and destruction to American for
For a period of year the American news
papers have been th victim of paper
combinations, mergers, corners, discrim
inations and secrecy In paper quotations.
The failure of paper makers to employ
technical skill In the operation of their
plants has Increased1 the burdens of con
sumers. We want to put an end to these
abuses by broadening the market and by
atopplng schemes such as thst planned In
the creation of the International Paper
company, which aimed to destroy compe
tition and to give value to a collection of
antiquated mills by bringing them under
one control with 7W square miles f tim
ber land and undeveloped waters to the ex
tent of 194.000 horse power. We object to
those gigantic speculations at our ex
pense. Every obligation which the paper maker
owed to th government aa a tariff ben
eficiary has-been violated. Newspapers
have been forced to bear th burden of
frequent fluctuations and artificial stimula
tions of paper prices. Ths publishers ask
Thank to the Speaker.
The following waa also adopted:
Resolved, That the thanks of the Ameri
can Newspaper Publishers' association are
due to the select committee appointed by
the hous at the Instance of Speaker Can
non to Investigate the paper and pulp In
dustry. We acknowledge our obligation to
the chairman, Hon. Jamea R. Mann, and
to members of the committee for tlie dili
gence and thoroughness and fairness of
the Inquiry, covering a period of ten
months. Their work has been of educa
tional value to paper makera and paper
Resolved, That a copy of the above res
olution be forwarded by the secretary to
Speaker Cannon and to the members of the
mended upon th fact tht th rr at
Nm knew litM of affairs abroad. X"
this connection he Instanced th Unltad
State and th Philippine Islsnds. '"' "
Plea for Armed Peae. ; ' '?
Continuing. Mr. Roosevelt expressed his '
great pleeaiir at the welcome given him
yesterday by the British cruiser, rendora, .
whoa rails and masts war manned by
cheering sailors when th Admiral came
Into the harbor. Ue anid he believed In
peac. but considered that strength meant
rmc. nu n nopeo mat all the great na
tiona would provide themselves with this
means to th end.
in conclusion ir. nonaevelt referred
briefly to hi future plan and gave some
Of Ms first Impressions of the conntry.
Mr. Roosevelt was followed by Mr.
Belous. who expressed the hope that Mr.
r.oosevelt would In th future use the
power of his position to bring shout sn
entente between Great Britain and Or,
J. Atden luring and Major Mean did'
not come ashore from the Admiral renter
day bemuse of the heavy rain. They dis.
embarked this morning.
BILL AIMED AT OPTIONS
Illinois I.ealalator Introdneo . Mens-,
are to Prohibit Fletltlona Deals ,
In tl rains and Storks., .
PPRINOFIET.D, Til., April 3 -A bill mak
Ing It a felony for any porsrn to ecu
commodities usun'ly doal' in hy hoards of
trade and stock exi hnngs, unless he Is the
actual owner of the property sold, was In
troduced In the house today bv Rcprraen
tatlve O. H. Wilson. The measure mskes
It a misdemeanor for a telegraph or tele
phone company to transmit messages, con
nected with the prohibited d"als.
MOTTKTirTl OP OCZABT
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NKW YORK . .
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K wni.lm II
Duitin Farnum Says He Saw Nothing
Bad in Conduct of Divorce
CHICAGO, April tt rxjstln Fnmum's de
position In the Oonld divorce case waa
taken here today before Attorney Ixiuis C.
Ehle. Mr. Oould waa repreaented by
Clarence J. Shearn and Mr. Oould by Arch
The actor was a willing wltneas. In ef
fect he stated that he bad known Mra
Oould aeven or eight yeara; had met her on
an average of not more than one a year,
and had never wltneaaed anything deroga
tory to her character or hablta. Their
own relatione were those of friendly ac
quaintance only. He had never aeen Mrs.
Oould drink an Intoxicant, he said.
Th deposition of Mr. Norrts H. Mundy,
whose father waa master Of the Oould
yacht Niagara and who. before her mar
riage, was a companion of Mrs. Oould on
several trip, was also taken.
Mrs. Mundy testified she had never
seen Mrs. Oould drink more than two cock
tails at one sitting nor had she observed
any particular Intimacy between Mrs.
Oould and Farnum.
"Did she call him 'Dustln' or 'dear" or
anything like thatT" asked Attorney Wat
son. "Not that I remember," waa the answer.
THERMOMETER BOUND TO GO
Thera is plenty of warm
weather ahead of us. Weeks and
weeks of two piece suit weather.
Better order your suit now. J
Our 923.00 two piece suits are
equal in value, fit and style to
most $35.00 suits. ' ,,
Remember we guarantee good
workmanship and a perfect fit. '.
804-306 South lAth Street.
er Iflth and Farnam St. ;
The Beer Yon like
Cases 2 dozen 4t2 O A'
Large Bottles JJ
Cases 3 dozen til OA
Small Bottles JjJ.VU
Aa allowance of tl.tn will b Bads '
apoa return to us of the empty esss, -and
all ot th nptf boUies la good
Orders will be takaa for Laztts
ia less thai case lots at the follow
$2.00 per in. Lane Battle
$1.35 per do. Small Btttles
Order at Courtney's
in Wagar Case
Each Side i Confident of Victory in
Trial on' Embeulement
SIOUX rAL,L. S. D.. April K. tSpeetal
Telegram. ) The Introduction of evidence
and cross-examination of wltnesse hss
been concluded in the caae of Anaon
Wagar. former I'nltsd States commissioner
at Dallas, charged with embeulement of
trust funds belonging to homesteader, and
the closing arguments were begun before
court adjourned this evening. The closing
argument will not be concluded before
noon Friday, and th case will not get to
the jury before noon or early In the after
noon. Both tha prosecution and defense
are confident of winning a victory.
Refereadam Being I'aed.
PIERItE, 8. IX. April i.-(Speclsl Tele
gram.) Petitions are being circulated In
the state to plsce two more laws of the
Isst legislative session before the people
for a vol through the referendum. One
of these Is th electric headlight law and
the other the mtlltla law. Th latter Is be
ing worked among th labor unlona In th
A steaming cup of delicious
It remove coffee ache and ails.
"There's . Retieiv"
TEDDY OFF HM LION'S UR
(Continued from First Pag.)
enthusiastically received with full High
land mualcal honor. He began with a
tribute to to British people for tliair
energy and genius In civilising th un
civilised place of th aarth. He said he
waa surprised at what ha bad heard of 'ha
progress of British Raat Africa, but he
warned hi hearer they could not ipct
to achtev In a short tim what It had
taken America twenty generatlona to ac
complish. He thsa emphasised tbe neces
sity of lesrlng local question te be solved
by the authorities en th spot and com-
When yon amy Gold Medal Flonr
ho anro It I Waakbsrs-Croasr'a Gold
Medal Floor. Thl ia Important. , .
TUl Aftaraooa, Tonlfht. Friday aad
Saturday Dally Matins,., , ,., .
rhotogTaphle Ksprodootloa f
BURNS-JOHNSON ' '
Xeavywstght Championship Motloa loV
ur. Popular Frlcaa.
Saaday. Monday, Tuesday, Wsdnsoday
Wednesday Matins . .
xnirxT mixi.eb rsxaxvTS ',.
Tho Family ,;
A Flay la rear Acts By obrt BaTte.
BENEFIT BALL GAME
Childs Saving Institute Building Fund
Vinton Park, 3 P. M. April 23.
Western League Nine vs
Fast Amateur Players'; '
Sally Matin S:1S. Bvsry aright' ana"'
George W. Leslie presenting, Th Nakd"
Truth, Frank Nelson at Co.. Max WHr'g
Singing Colleens, Tli Sisters L Fa.
Jeannette Adler. Gray and Graham. Tha
Thre Bohemians, kliiodroiue.
BrlAes lOn. Ibi ana SOe.
mm6M Phones: Doug 1604; Ind,, A-ltst
M tu., Burm. ana Bat.
Ths rut with Wstra Atmosphere. '
TH COWSOT AMD TMM laDT" '
y Clyds rtteh. . "OtD Bauxai
liaa." (the Maasflsld vrsioB. Vstra,
May 11 ia-l, Mrs. rial, -Salratloa'asU"
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