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TITE BEE: OMAHA, "TUESDAY, MAY 18. 1900.
BALDWIN AIRSDIP IN OMAHA
BU Don. 010 BOTH riOIEI RUCK AI.lt PBFTB ld. A-1941
lued from Sixth rage.)
'In securing the new figure the women's size does not
really matter. The thing that does count is the corset let
it be right and the figure it encircles will be made right
it "will soon take on the corset shape. This is the figure story
today!' It assumes the corset shape.
. ,y$hhx& any number of Warner's Corsets made in the
latest hifes8 jnode and we guarantee that these corsets,
regardless of .what size woman you are, will give you curve
less lines- which is the figure fashion.
The extra length in Warner's Corsets is unboned, mak
ing the corset comfortable, sitting, walking or standing.
" -is Remember that Warner's corsets are made to a fash
ionable fit made to wear-not rust, break or tear.
' ' $1.00 to $5.00 per pair.
' .'."Attached are the famous SECURITY Rubber Button
Hose Supporters. ...
Special Prices on "Yvette" Hair Goods this week.
Tho Art Department
Is now ready with a big Spring line of fancy work.
New patterns in stamped waists, corset covers, combi
nation suits and sofa pillows.
, We do the most difficult stamping to order and have
the largest line of patterns in the city from which to make
your selection. Tuesday we will close out a few odds and
ends of stamped waists, dressing sacques and corset covers
at much under regular.
Free Lessons in Art Embroidery every day from"3 to 5 P. M.
Mrs. Peck Wins
Point in Famous
Suit for Libel
apreme Court Rules, for Iowa Wo
man in Case Involving Pub
lication of Picture.
WAHi'kdTON.' My' 17.-The case of
KIliaDrUi Peck agatnstjhe Chicago Tribune
Company, In v loving a charge of libel by
Mra. Pecla became of the publication of
her portrait a part of an advertisement
endorsing a .ertttln brand of whisky, wai
decided fcy the supreme court of the United
states txlay In favor of Mrs. Peck and
against the company. Mrs. Perk was a
resident of Iowa and a temperance advo
cate. Her picture win printed over another
name, that of a nurse, and she was quoted
In strong endorsement of whisky.
Tho case waa oilglnally tried in the United
States circuit court for the northern dis
trict' of Illinois, where Mrs. Peck's tcstl
mony waa excluded, and the court directed
a verdict for the newspaper company. That
verdict waa affirmed by tha court of ap
peals fur, the seventh circuit.
It ut)tnded that tha damage. If any,
was iKiniJnal,, justice Holmes held, how
ever that, one bad a right to prove bur
VfTUTfn TfrlX TITiT. so BS t the beautiful and
iMll 11 Pure- Thc ordal through
. ' M .jjjgj! expectant mother
must pas9 is so full of dread that the thought fills her with apprehension.
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either very
painful or dangerous. The use of Mother's) Friend prepares the system
tr the coming event, and it is passed without any danjrer. This
urn uaa vai i icu inuuauus ui 4.
women through the crisis hTH' XXxLlLLjIL
vtth hut little Kuffrino- aVeV
.. .... - - - - - - o -
ftnnk emrtsinlri; Informatlnn of value
lU AVctaat mothers mailed frw,
Vi ""n.roR oo.
' - . . SO.
'. .- Th lowest Interest rata in name does not alwaya' saeo.ii the
lowest Interest rate In fact. Borrowers on the time-loan plan really
are rarely ever able to r par the loan at the end of the period for
.'which the money la borrowed! At a rule upon the majority of such,
mortgage they are obliged to extend same for another period, of
five years, at the expense of another commission and considerable
: additional cost. . K . .
V . ' Ve are ready to accomodate all borrowers offering satistac--tory
securJLtjr on cither routdenc or business properties.
the Conservative Savings & Loan Ass'n.
10U Haws? SU. Omaha.
Geo. F. Gilmor. PresC , Paul W. Kuhna; rWy. '
n 1 l It
This cut is an exact copy
our Infant's Toilet Basket
which we are showing at the
Art department for $5.00. '
We have a beautiful line of
baskets especially adapted for
Rattan trunks in several dif
ferent sizes from $6.50 to $9.00
Bassinetts or Infants' Cribs,
in rattan, and willow, $8.50,
$9.00 and $9.50 each.
We also feature a fine line of
fancy waste paper baskets from
$1.25 to $3.00 each.
case. Holding that the publication repre
sented Mrs. Peck, notwithstanding the use
of another name, Justice Holmes said:
"Many might recognize the plaintiff's
face without recognizing her name, and
those who did know might be lad to Infer
she sanctioned the publication under an
He also held that even though the pub
lication had been by mistake the publisher
was not relieved from responsibility. "If
the publication waa libelous the defendant
took the risk."
Discussing the question at to whether
the publication waa libelous, the court said:
It seems to. us Impossible to sy that
the obvious tendency of what la imputed
to the plaintiff by th,la advertisement Is
not seriously to hurt her standing with a
considerable and respectable class In the
Wlfhtmsa Yellow Paver Victim.
GUAYAQUIL Ecuador,May 17. Dr.
William .Wightman of the American Marine
hospital service, died here today of yellow
fever, after an illness pf five days.
KOTZatzirra or oosajt stbajuxxtb,
Port. ArrWeo. - sails.
NEW YORK Gallia
NEW YORK Cleveland....:....
NBW YORK Rotterdam. -...vl.V '
NEW YORK Luplafld.. ........ '
MONTRK AL Bardonlan ,. . LauretltiC.
VOVIIXB California.. ......
Qt KKN8TOWN ?. Meuretanla.
No woman can. be .happy
ithout children;. it is her
nature to love them as much
in im m ijh B.j" vt '- r
3. ' ' 'r.j:
SCHAV.LAND'S DEATH VICIOUS
Indications Point to Most Deplorable
ATJT STEUCK HIM VERY HAED
Seeretarr Brt of the Banklaa; Board
Ma? Flad Himself in Rmbarraaa
last roxltlon Ml MrGlaala
U Still Oat.
(Trom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 17.-8peclal.)-The tragic
death SunrtH)- night of Chrla Schavland.
secretary to the State Hoard of Equalisa
tion ajid Assessment, has cast a shade of
sorrow over every office In the state house
and has caused a wave of indignation to
spread over the entire city, this being the
second death' to occur from flying auto
mobiles, in addition to numerous Injuries
and-many narrow escapes of pedestrians.
during the last year.
The machine which killed Mr. Schavland
was driven by a son of Frank Rawlins,' ao
it was reported to Coroner Jack Matthews,
though Herman Bernecker was arrested
and locked up. feernecker told the police
hf waa driving the- car and that Rawlins
was not In the car.
When the news, of her husband's death
was broken to Mrs. Schavland It prostrated
her and today she Is confined to her bed.
In the desolated home with her are her
three children, a girl and two boys, the
oldest It and the youngest 12. Both the
older son and the daughter are In the high
From Omaha two sisters of Mr. Schav
land arrived today and are with the
stricken family. A brother of the dead nun
reached the city tonight from Atlantic, la.
The funeral arrangements have not yet
Was Popular and T'otnpetrot.
Mr. Schavland was one at the most popu
lar men who ever worked in the state
house. He was looked upon by the mem
bers of the State Board of Equalization and
Assessment aa a most competent secretary,
a hard worker, painstaking and studious.
During the year he served as secretary to
the board he prepared the forms for the
asessment of property under the provisions
of the terminal tax law and it was his
Ideas and his interpretaUon of the law
which the hoard last year finally adopted.
Mr. Schavland came to America from
Norway some eighteen or twenty years
ago. He had been educated In the common
schools and at a -university in his home
country and he could speak the English
language before he. landed here. He was
employed at common labor upon his arrival
in Madison county; but soon won the confi
dence, of the . people there and he served
the county for' two terms in recent years
as county treasurer. His reports filed with
the state auditor bear testimony to his
anility as an accountant and a earaful
official. They are by far the neatest re
ports ever filed in the office of the auditor.
Killed After, Hard Da r's Work.
Mr. Sehavland'a death was. most tragic.
After working n his office at the state'
house all day on the railroad reports he
had returned there In the evening to write
the diplomas, for the graduating class of
the Madison school. He left the office and
while .waiting- at -the corner of Fourtenth
and H streetvfer-- a r car h ura "killed.
On . the curbing wher , the first pool ef
blood was- discovered are tracks of the
automobile, showing it -left the street and
crossed the curbing onto the sd. If ran
along on the gr;iss Tor several feet, then
tyaek Into the street. The tracks showed
that the wheels tht'n dragged for at least
sixty feet from the place where It was
evident the machine had first struck him.
An examination of the ground did not show
whether the man had been struck while In
the street and dragged to the curbing,
though pi r sons who were on the ground
earlier, previous to the coming of the
crowds am the rainfall, ald the street
showed the body had been dragged from
near the center of the street to the curb
ing, where it appeared the head had been
crushed on the curb.
Out of respect to the family of Mr.
Schavland, the State Board of Assessment
held no meeting today and R. D. Pollard,
tax commlswloner of the .burlington, who
came down for appearance, returned to
Omaha and the board will hear him next
Wednesday. Henry Seymour will act tem
porarily, at least, as secretary of the board
Mr. Seymour filled this same place tempo
rarily Just a-year ago. , when George D.
Bennett, secretary of the board, died.
Horse in a Predlcameat.
Secretary Knyse of the Slate Banking
board and Bank Examiners Irwin and
Beaumong are in a funny predicament
The two examiners have been reappointed
by Governor 'Shallenberger under the new
law. which becomes effective July L Now
there s a possibility that , the new law
will be knocked out In the courts. If this
Is done, then State Treasurer Briar) has
already- gone on" record aa being opposed
to voting for any republican who accepts
a Job under the democratic governof. So
if Secretary Royso should accept an ap
pointment under the governor and then
the governor, by a court decision, loses
his power to appoint. Mr. Royse would not
receive the treasurer's support for a re
Frlendlr SaU Against Stnte.
Mrs. Johnston, superintendent of the
Home for the Friendless, will bring friendly
suit against the atate autdltor to see
whether the home has any money to spend
since the last legislature finished Its work.
The suit will be filed at thla term pf the
supreme -court. The legislature appropri
ated money fur the maintenance of- a sciniol
for homeless children in the home, but none
tor the- maintenance of the home. Mh.
Johnston will ask for a mandamus to com
pel the autdltor to Usue warrants for tli?
pay of the employes of the home.
Miss McOlaalsa Still Out.
It is beginning to look as though Gov
ernor Mullenberger is going to stand right
up on his hind feet and tell Mr. Arthur ;
Mullen he cannot dictate everything,' even i
If he has been doing it ever since the last j
election. This because Miss McGInnls, the ;
nurso who was-diacharged from the servic
of the state, Is still ofr of the payroll, so
far as an Investigation of the records at
the state house disrlose. The woman was ,
discharged during the absence of the over
lord from Lincoln and it was expected
when he returned the governor would have
to hunt the cyclone cellar, as MUs Me-
Ginnla was an apilntee of the overlord.
But no nothing has happened. She is still
out and Arthur has not even threatened to
resign and disrupt the administration.
I aiversltjr Commencement. v
An elaborate commencement program has
been prepared for this year. The inaugura
tion of the new chancellor, thi university
addresses, the athletic rally at the new
park and greetings from colleges are all
added features that are to help make up a
week or more of good things.
The complete program l as follows:
Sunday. May 23, '4:Jr p. m. Union services
of Clirlatun association.
VYcduesdtg-, May Ji tllard and twrctt
Fridav. May 2ft, ft ;1S p m. Senior class
plsy. university auditorium. Commence
oiont. Concert. Conservatory of Music, St.
Paul a. Unroln.
Sunday. May 30, 10:30 a. m Baccalaureate
sermon by Bishop V. F. McDowell.
i:3M p. m.--Inauguration of the chancellor.
The charge to the chancellor, Dr. C. M.
Stuart. Inaugural address, Dr. W. J. David
X p. m. Cnlveesltv addresses.
Mondav, May 31. 10 a. m. 'lass day exer
cises. Athletic rally and Jubilee. -
2:30 p. tn. Greeting from the colleges.
Addresses bv Chancellor Samuel Avery,
President D. B. Perry of Doane college and
President Samuel Plants of Iwrence col
lege, . Wisconsin. Response by Chancellor
4 p. m. Seniors against faculty, base ball.
6 p. m. Preliminary meeting, board of
8 p. m. Band concert.
Tuesday, June 1. 10 a. m Commencement
oration by Hon. E. W. Hoch, ex-Oovernor
1 p. m. Alumni luncheon.
2 p. m. Annual meeting board of trustees
2.30 p. m. Alumni buxlnesa meeting ami
Initiation of new members. The academy
class day exercises.
4 p. m-Chancellrw'a reception.
. 8 p. m. -.Commencement recital.. School of
Expression. . ,
Heavy Verdict for Teacher.
A. verdict for W.500 In favor of Jennie
Fitigerald and against Edward E. Young
was returned after about twenty hours of
deliberation by the district court Jury in
the Well known Panama suit. The verdict
was reached about o'clock Baturday
night, the Jury having been out since Fri
day afternoon. The verdict was sealed 'and
the Jurors w'ere allowed to go rjpme, re
porting at the opening of the session of
the court Monday morning.
The plaintiff ' is ' a' sehoolslgTaRdcDt-m
The' plaintiff wa sa school teacher at
Panama and the defendant la a.schol di
rector ,and a prominent merchant in that
vicinity. . MIbs Fitzgerald brought this
action to recover damages because she said
Young had caused her to lose her position
and put her In disrepute in the commu
nity by circulating the report that she was
craxy and "an unmitigated liar." The suit
was bitterly fought, nearly fifty witnesses
from the Panama 'neighborhood having
been summoned for the trial.- The de
fendant denied- totally that he had made
and such statements as those alleged or
that he ever manifested any 111 feeling
against MIbs Fitzgerald.
Mew Depot for Madison.
Railway. Commissioner Cowgill has rec
ommended that the Union Pacific build a
depot' at Madison. An Informal complaint
was filed with the commission by ex-een-ator
Allen against' the present Union Pa
cific". quarters and' "Mr. Cowgill found for
'.. Stake Hacea Filling.
' AH the stake racea for the state fair will
be filled, this Is. assured from the letters
which were received by Secretary Mellor
to this morning, more than 100 horses
being entered tor the eight stake events.
The stake races are the 3-year-old trot,
the :38 trot, the 2:21 trot and the 2:15 trot.
There are four races for pacers, the -year-old,
the 2:30, 8:23 and 2:11. The stakes
amount to. $7,000, all of the races being
$1,000 events --exceptr the 3-year-old races,
which are for 500 eaeb, .
Six Saloons End
After . Two Week' War. Council
Grants .gix, licenses, Still
NORFOLK, Neb., May 17. (Special Tele
gram.) After two weeks drouth six Nor
folk saloons reopened this morning, having
secured licenses at. a stormy council meet
ing. Under the ordinance seven saloons
can operate but the council could not agree
as to the seventh man. '
SOLD FEED AS D DM INK, TOO
Farmer Gives t o me ot Man Who
gold Him Liquor. . ,
BEATRICE. Neb.. May 17. (Special Tele
gram.) Frank Ki.ns. a German farmer
who was arrested Saturday night, today
Informed the police after he had been fined
$J5 and costs that he had purchased liquor
of Henry Frerlchs who operates a feed
barn here. The officers visited - Frerlchs'
place and searched the premises. They
found a barrel of pint bottles of whisky
and two quarts of" beer. A warrant was
swori out for Frerlchs' arrest, charging
him with selling liquor without a llceine,
but up to late this evening he had not
been found. Rlens' fine was remitted after
he told the officers who sold him the
Rdltor Donavan Makes a Tlrasi.
WI8NER, Neb.. May 17. (Special Tele
gram.) Deputy Game Warden J. B. Dono
van dropped In today and gathered tip sev
eral seines and scoop nets. No arrests were
made, a a committee of citizens secured
for the deputy a peaceful surrender of the
unlawful nets. Deputy Donovan had with
him the unanimous support of the better
element of Wiener.
Hits Liquor Bills. ,
MADISON, Wis.. May 17.-The assembly
today concurred In the senate bill which
makes It Impossible for a man to be gar
nisheed for liquor debts.
Kemper. Hemphiit & Buckinchsm.
All Kinds of ist'.ns.
FOR- OMAHA. COUNCIL BLUFFS AND
VICINITY Showers tonight and possibly
Tuesday; slightly cooler, tonight; cooler
FOti NEBRASKA Threatening and
colder tonight,' with.' showers In east por
tion; Tuesday partly cloudy, with colder
in eawt portion
FOR I WA Showers tqnlght and Tues
day; ar.uer In east portion tonight; cooler
Tuesday afternoon or night. ,
Temperature at Omnha yesterday!
a a. m o7
4i a. m , M
7 a. m 57
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10 a. m
11 a. m
1 p. m
2 p. m.
8 p. in
4 p. m....
5 p. m ...
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Your complexion a well!
as your temper is rendered
miserable by a disordered
liver. By taking Chamber
lain's Stomach and Uver
Tablets you can improve
both. They cleanse and in
vigorate the stomach and
improve the digeiUon,
see ef Interest. - There is but-one thing
lacking and that Is seats or benches about
the greumls. , Ihe government makes no
provisions for such park accessories, and It
haa been suggested that some of the extra
park seats -not In use by the city could b
park seats not In use by the city "for other
park could he placed to an advantage and
the great comfort of visitors.
During the. summer the fort will be one
of the most pleasant resorts of the city and
with . the balloon experiments and other
signal 'and' wireless telegraphy work a
few hours can be spen( there profitably.
CARNEGIE RECEIVED BY KING
Philanthropist Is Presented to Vlc
' tor F.mmannrl, Mho Thanks
II I m for 61ft.
ROME, May 17. Andrew Carneglo wns
received In audience by King Victor Em
manuel today. He was presented by Sena
tor Cappolllnl of the University of Bologna,
to which' "his majesty sent the ftiodel of a
rare prehistoric animal recently presented
him by Mr. Carnegie. In the course of his
conversation the king expressed his ap
preciation of this gift and showed great
Interest In and knowledge of Mr. Cniegle's
beneficences. . It waa the intention of the
duke of Aosta also to receive Mr. t"arnegle
today, but this was Impossible, owing to
tho Illness of the duke.
AlOTough no official announcement yet
has been made, there is reason to believe
the empexor of Russia, after calling at
Brest, will continue his voyage around
Spain and Portugal through the Straits of
Gibraltar Into the Mediterranean to an
Italian port to visit King' Victor Emmanuel.
It is said also that from Italy the emperor
will go to Constantinople and return home
by way of the Black sea.
MRS. SELIGMAN IS REMARRIED
American Woman Becomes Bride of
Prof. Charles WaldMleln
LONDON, May 17. Charles Waldstein,
professor of fine arts at Cambridge uni
versity, and Mrs. Theodore Sellgman of
New York City, daughter of the late David
L. Einstein, were' married at the registry
office here today. The marriage was thus
celebrated on account of the recent death
ot Mrs. Scligman's father, all unnecessary
ceremony being thus avoided. Lewis Ein
stein, secretary of the American embassy
at Constantinople gave his sister away.
COUPLE MURDERED, SON GONE
Evidence of Kearfnl Crime Is Dis
covered on Farm In
BALTIMORB. Md., May IT. William P.
Forrest, a farmer 56 years of age, and his.
wife have been found murdered in their
home near Leonardstown. Their heads
were beaten to a pulp arM the bodies were
slightly decomposed. Joseph Fsrrest, the
19-year-old son of the couple, is missing.
Commissioner Williams Realajns.
WASHINGTON. May 17. -James T. Wil
liams, Jr., today tendered to President
Taft his resignation as a civil service
commissioner. Mr. Williams was appointed
only recently and Is leaving the service be
cause of Impaired health. He formerly
waa a new.-j oprr man in this city.
stimulate trade moves.
tr Hlltnr Disappears.
IV ..It CITY. Neb.. May 17.-Speclal
T( ' , in.) Lally, editor of the Stamford
Po. t, mysteriously disappeared one day last
week. At first his absence waa not con
sldered out of the ordinary, but when press
day came and no paper was issued the
cltiaens became al n-d. Mr. Lally was edi
tor of the Post. . the plant Is owned
by R. H. Payne, p. inclpal of the schools.
A paper was Issued late Baturday night by
unprofessional . hands. So far ho clue to
the missing man has been obtained. It It
said that Lally" was heavily Involved. He
is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lally of
Stanton Child Loses an Eye.
STANTON, Neb., May 17. (Special Tele
gram.) This forenoon, while playing in the
yard with his older brother. Ronald, the
youngest son of Prof, and Mrs. Welch, had
the misfortune to Injure one of his eyes to
such an extent that It will have to be re
moved. They expect to take the child to
Omaha Tuesday to consult an eye specialist.
The children were playing with a broom
handle, one end of which was pointed. In
trying1 to get the stick sway from his older
brother ha forced the sharp end Into his
own eye, bursting the eyeball. Ronald Is
16 months old.
Badly Hurt by Train.
SUTHERLAND. Neb.. May 17.-Speela!
Telegram.) Ed Molloy, enroute from Chi-
An Inhelatlod for
Coughs, Colds, Catarrh,
Crsevlene Is a Boon to Asthmatics.
Ioa H not acem mora aflacttre to braalha la a
ramadj for dimoe ot tba breathing orgaaa lUi
mi iaaa ma remuo luu too siomacur
Ivesoleae eurea doraum tha Sir. rendarsd
troiiMir anliflrDtlc ia carried over tha flmtaiai
urfaoa with avarr breath, civtns prolostid sad
Minatant treatment. Xt is Invaluable to mothers
wits otsJl children.
ror imiausi throat
ithera it nuiliijig hMr
man i rpeuifne AoUaeptio
Hand 6c In postage
for aaniple botllo.
bend Dufelal for Aa.
"Start tha day
with pock at full
ef my 'J. A. 8ert
Bland Se Cigars,'
and faea tha world
with a amlla."
Central Cigar Store
321 South 16th Street
, Croup. I
Business and Residence Property
" '5 and 5' ' -'i'
Privilege given to pay whole or any
part of principal sum twice tx year.
. Apply to Wi Q MELr2,
' 205 Ramge Building v .
csgo to Twin Falls. Idsho. with an eml-?
giant car., was struck by an engine In the
local yards' yesterday. He waa rut about
the head and received other hurts, but is
expected to recover. -
Nebraska News Notes.
NBBRA8KA CITY The Farmers' Lum
ber company of Cnadilla has been incor
porated with a cash capital of a.A" and
Thomas Kodaway is president and J. W.
NEBRASKA CITY-Miss Anna Amanda
had one of her fingers crushed off while
working at one, of the machines at the
Faultless Caster factory. This Is the third
accident of this nature within the last
month at this factory.
NEBRASKA CITY The Otoe county Sun
day school convention was held In this city
Sunday and there was s large attendsnee.
The session waa an interesting One and In
the evening an address was delivered by
Ueorge U. Wallace of Omaha, president of
REPUBLICAN CITY The commencement
exercises of the high school begun Sunday
morning with the baccalaureate service at
the Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. Mr.
Hopkins addressing the class. Wednesday
evening E. E. Ulackman of the State His
torical society will lecture on "The Indians
of Nebraska." Thursday evening the final
orations will be delivered at the Methodist
Episcopal church by the graduates: MUs
Nellie Campbell. Miss Catherine O'Brien
and Miss Maggie Oosnell.
REPUBLICAN CITY-The dletrlct meet
ing of the Rebekshs Will be held here on
Thursday. Miss Taylor, the state president,
will be In ateendance.
REPUBLICAN CITY The village board
has amended the pool hall license so thst
anyone wishing to open a business of that
kind will have to pay $500, $400 occupation
tax and $100 to the school fund. The board
will advertise for bids for an iron font
bridge with cement bottom across Mill
creek tin the north side of Furnace street,
and for several cement crossings.
Kemper, Hemphill & Buckingham,
All Kinds of Plating.
35c Flexible Nail Files. Tuesday
36o Manicure Sets, containing buffer,
nail powder, oange wood stick and
emery boards, Tuesday 16
7Ro full nlnta Imported Olive Oil, the
sweetest and purest olive oil on the
market, Tuesday, only 50
8Rc 6 os. bottles imported Olive Oil.
K hn .ipraflv Buttermilk Toilet Soap
3 cakes in a box, Tuesday .... 10
!Sk bm Mountain Rose Toilet Soap,
3 cake In a box. Tuesday 10
25c ponnd boxes Lavender Camphor,
40c pound tins Synthetic Camphor,
. Tuesday, per pound 24
Moth Balls, per pound, Tuesday 5
25c Colgate's or Mennen's Talcum
Powder, box 15
75c Tlvoli Powder, Pinaud's, Tuesday
60c Pozioni's Powder. Tuesday only,
Beaton Drug Co.
15TII AND FARXAM.
- .; . ..Ml f ! tnw nrrtmnl Work
'ijur buvhui v ... i . r
enables us to turn our properly tailored
garments ar, snort uma iwn..
While the average talfor requires from
ten days to two weeks to complete your
garmentsour well drilled orgaitatlon of
skilled tailors can complete your orders
when required within two or three das.
The assortment of styles Is at Its bst
now. You'll find them modestly priced.
Trousers SS to $12 Suits $25 to $50
fVlIXIAM JKKREMS' SONS.
00-11 Boiitb loth sic
OMAHA vs. TOPEKA
MAY 16, 17, 18 and 19
MOSDAY. MAY 17th. LADIES' PAY
GAMES "CALLED 8:45.
INSTANT RELIEF FRCM ITCtf
The Itch Gone, the Skin Soptfest and
' Instant Relief from, tha Itch- i
A few drops of a soothing liquid
And the Itch Is gone as If by magic.
Just a drop or two on the. SKln nd"no
more of that torturing, endless nerve
Can you Imagine how It will feel that
Itching agony swept away In a moment?
Youcan know the relief If you Just
try the simple remedy simplest, of ex
ternal liquid remedies oil of wlntergreen
as compounded In D. D. D. Prescription.
We positively know that It alleviates the
Itoh Immediately we vouch for this and
gusrantee It for we have sen It used In
too many cases, and the cures that fol
low, as far as we know seem to Y4 perma
nent. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.. lth
and Dodge; Owl Drug Co., 18th and Har
ney. Incomparable Service
for all its patrons
Is the constant aim ot
and It never falls down.
Now Open-Glean g Bright
Worthy ot a Share al Year Patronage
TIIE 500 CAFE
ILIN aaANO HOTEL BUILDING
Liberal Port feat
Vnder management and personal
attention of at. O. Taylor, former
ly eight years with the Vaaton,
The Paxton Cafe
14tk and farnam Its.
RALPH KITCHEN. PROP.
The Popular Cafe of Omaha"
Prompt service, reasonable prices, and
fierfect appointments 're tho reasons of
By ordering half portions at tha
"Paxton" you get more variety without
adding to the cost.
"Meet Tour Trleads at tho VaxtoaM
Phones: Doug. lo; lad.. A-UO0
Mon.. Tues., wen.. May li-is-w. Mai. niq.
A Ol vlnat Comedy ol that Slums"
Harrison Urey Fisks Presents
and the Manhattan Company In
Thursday. Friday Saturday, May 20, 21. 22,
and iSuturday Matinee.
8am 8. and Lee Shubert tine.) Present
The Season's Bensatloa.
"THE BLUE MOUSE '
Heats Now Selling-. ,
Week of May 28 (exoepl t :B) Stork Cos.
Farewell "THI BfAJI OB? THB BOX.'
Tues. May 2S. Mat.. Mht, Yiddish Drama
Monday, May 24
Circus 8c Menagerie
Grand Street Parade
Hhow Ground 21st & Paul Bu.
Tuesday, May 18,
Mata- Tuesdays. Thursdays. Saturdays.
Mt'- Tonlt-ht an VU Week
tm WOODWARD STOCK CO.
TA LlHO sad ALBKBT BfOBSUBOW.
THE ROSE OF THE RANOHO
Nei Week "TM OOUTO-'WIDO'W.
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