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Stone Says Bryan
MiMOUi 'Senator Defend! Hil Courie
in Tatiff Fieht Criticised by
7.v. ..i, .
VASHI.Tf.Ojr,VMsy 25. A "defense of j-the water. Washouts 6ccurred also ne
hls vote f or"'c k 'rt'.ity of a cents a ton on j tween Oakdale and Tildfn. and between
Iron ore was mails t Scnatore Stone soonYxiblon and Loretto.
after the aenaif' rtiV today. Ab a pre-
hide to this statement, Mr. Stone read
from an lntervlew'Vhh William J. Bryan,
declaring- that deAiicratlc st-nators who
had voted for the tariff on Iron ore made
a mistake. After an . elaborate enuncia
tion of his affectionate Jrega'id, and re
spect for Mr. Bryan, Mr. 8tote .Insisted
that In this case he believed the famous
Nebraskah to belnV eYror. and proceeded to
give the arguments 'which had Influenced
him In reaching the conclusion that a
"duty for revenue'' should be levied upon
Mr. Stone declared that he could see no
way In which the rnlted 8tates Steel cor
poration could proI' by the duty on steel,
Hnd he believed the (treat Iron ore product
brought Into this -country should be made
to -yield reven-u.
Rain Aids at
J.v .. . ., f . .'." been subpoenaed.
lflKin Iri'i' An alderman's constable today arrested
. . , V . , j Thorn i Donovan, one of the detectives em
. ' ployed by the Voters' league, which brought
j the graft Informations against even coun
Downpour at Centerville Drives the i cllmen and two bankers some time ago.
Crowd Off Street at Opening of
". ' Negro's Case.
CENTER VHXE.' la.r May 25,-Apprehcn-
alofl of . a. Jnob anack on John. Junken has
ten relieved by rain, which has driven the
.crowds off the street pn. tlie opening day
of , the , negro's trial ' for .' the' murder of
Clara Rosen. Immediately following hia
arraignment he waived the right of three
day' time before, trial and the examina
tion Qf 120 veniremen specially summoned
began after the opening statements.. Th,e
prosecution Is conducted by Seneca Cor
nell of Wapello' county. The defendant's
attorney. Judge J. . C. Mitchell, Is making
no effort to' get a 'jury of men who have
not heard of the crime. A heavily armed
guard protects the prisoner.
A rose was worked by William Bray,
rus'todlun of Jiinktn. by which before day
light the prisoner 'was moved from Jail
three blocks to a room lh 'the Upper part
of the court nous and left with guards
while people supposed him still In Jail and
.watched for' his 'abearance for arraign
ALMA STREETS ARE FLOODED,
C'loadttarst Above' City Makes Rivers
' of the Town's Streets and
ALMA. Neb., May a.-tSpeclaU-About
an Inch' of rain- fell In this vicinity Sunday
and Monday. Monday afternoon there, was
a cloudburst Just north of Alma, one-half
mile, and aa thera was only a light sprinkle
In town, the .people were surprised to hear
tha roar of flowing. water and John street
and .all streets west were filled from side
walk to aidewalk with a aolid body of
w.avr that came down tha hill from the
north so fast that the sewers were filled
and crosswalks overflowed. All the creeka
a sort of
2 pairs of Knicker
bockers with boys
suits instead of 1
ir watch healthy boy at play?
hia wriggles, squirms and runs, and thaa
DOWT woaaar WKT ha outwears TWO
pairs of trousers to OXB ooat. OOS plag ;
of equipping each suit with TWO pairs of.,
trousers ts a sort of "trousers Insurance"
the boy'U havs trousers to match the cost
as loaf as the ooat lasts.
and about those
sprightly suits '
aas what a TilT difference U the boys''
suits shows here, too. OUB suits are not
. m BIT like other sults--they are out smart
er, look livelier, fit eaaier ana tons the hoy '
Up to aa eateat tlttite uaeoualed at ordinary '
v houses,. t .. ,.
. W9ok prsr present stocks see what a
pleaalag return you'll get for
S5g $7.50. $9,
. ( ' ' Send for New
1 1 ' a ui lyr
iaii:m7 Doutflas 5treet Omha-Neb
Pictorial Review Patterns Sold Here Only.
ppwives Attention- Supply j
jirtri wants now "while these J
; low prices are in effect.
.Housekeepers' over all Aprons,.
V. '--madtj of Amoskeag gingham, with
pleevfS; special, at. ....... . .50c
Housekeepers' Kitchen Aprons, 43
inches wide, with pocket, at. .25c
Housekeepers' Aprons, made of.
Amoskeag gingham, double bib,
collar, with buttons and button
holes, at .650
are. out fit their bank. Considerable hail
fell. H. K. Metiaer's Implement house and
.the Ileford Iniildlna were completely sur-
jrouniled by water. .No serious damage ha
been reported. "
; NORFOLK. Nf., May. 25. A cloudburst
I nni.nrp.il l.af nlcrHf Vt.tv.An ralnvlar .Art
Nj0Hara. Nh. No trains ran between
j'Nnrfnlk and the Rosebud country today on
account of alight damage to bridges.
j Yerdtaris, Neb., a number of families were
! forrrrl tn niox'r from their hrnivi to escane
in Graft Scandal
Grand Jury at Pittsburg it Continu
i ing Investigation of Conditions
i in Council.
FITTSBl'RG, May arrest waa
made here today In connection' with the re
cent municipal graft scandal.
It la said more will follow during the day.
The grand Jury continued the Investiga
tion Into alleged corruption of the affairs
In this city today. Practically the entire
j membership roll of the old select council
of the city, about thirty-five members, has
Donovan Is charged with conspiring to
falsely Indict and suhornate witnesses.' The
Information against him and there was
made last. Saturday on behalf of Council
man John K. Qleln, recently convicted and
sentenced to serve several years In the
penitentiary; Wis "r wire'' preferred the
Charges. - - " '
WINCilELL GUEST IN OMAHA
(Continued from First Page.)
by Gould Pleti. President Euclid Martin
presided, and seated at the' table with Mr.
Winchell and Mr. Mar. in wove, Charles
Picklns, W. Q. Wattles. C. .':. Roavwat?
E. E. Bruce and W. L. Yen. , number
of prominent railroad men iivm other :a'i-t-oada
attended, including Frank Walters
general manager :of the Northwestern, and
O. W. Holdrege, gener-il iiia.iyg'r of the
The dinner waa served in' the main nln
ing" room, and while Inforhlal In A meas
ure, It was served In courses on tables
elaborately decorated with flowers. It had
been arranged several weeks In advance
and plates were all taken.
PROBE STILL ON AT TULSA
o Report on Charges Affecting Gov
ernor Haskell Has Been
TTL8A. Okl., May ZS. Still no report of
the special federal grand Jury that Is In
vestigating the Muskogee town lot frauds
was in sight when the Jury convened again
thla morning. An examination of witnesses
was continued in the cases affecting Gov
ernor Haskell. F. E. Severs.' A. Z. English
and Jesse Hill. .
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LARGER FORCE ON TDE TRAIL
Three More Postal Inspectors Join
Search for Bandits.
RENTED FLAT AND AUTO A CLUE
atranae (oadert Of Transient Ten.
ants Eaeltea Interest roll-e
,r 6lre Oat Maes, .If .
. ' They Have Any
Three additional postpffice inspectors, ar
rived In Omaha TuesOay morning to go to
work on the registered mall robhfry. They
are Hal B. Jlosby of Washington and In
spectors Patterson and Smith of St. Louis.
What 'is regarded by the postoffice in
spectors as an Important clue developed
Tuesday morning In which a hurriclly
rented house on Twenty-fifth nvenue and
an automobile figure prominently.
The premises in question, the l.nmedlato
location of which the officials decline to
make public, were rented about two weeks
ago. The parties moved In hurriedly, re
mained there about a week and moved out
again. Last Saturday the premises were
rented again, the'paitles occupying merely
the urrer floor of the fiat. About 10 o'clock
Saturday night an automobile drove lei
surely up In front of the house, only the
driver being in It at the time. The auto
remained In front of the nouse for about
half an hour and then drove away, going
southward. It was a medium-sized touring
Shortly after 1 o'clock Sunday morning
this same auto appeared again in front of
the flat, but the parties observing It did
not notice again anyone in the auto. It
was then faced toward the north, with the
auto light burning. The auto remained in
front of the house pntll after the parties
observing It had retired. It was heara t.i
move away some little time afterward, go
The premises occupied by the parties who
rented them Saturday are now vacant
I'p In the Air.
"We are up in the air in the train rob
bery, so far as tangible clues that have so
far brought any developments are con
cerned." said Chief of Detectives John H.
Savage and Police Captain Henry W.
Dunn Tuesday noon.
"Our latest clue, about the Iowa automo
bile, fell through thla morning, when we
got Into telephonic communication with
the town marshal of Stanton and with the
owner of the machine. All the other clues
and theories we have had, Including the
express wagon going south after the
holdup, the men boarding the train at Fre
ment, the party of suspects in the vltflnlty
a week before the holdup, the finding of
the mutilated letters , on-the bottom land
southeast of the city and others liave led
us nowhere. -.
"We nrv still.' up . against catching the
bandits and" getting back the mall, and
from present Indications there is not a sin
gle clue that la going to lead us to our ob
ject. The best one we had, according to
our opinion, was the Iowa auto, and it has
turned out to have bepn the car used by
a party of business men for a Sunday
pleasure trip to Council Wuffs and back.
On their return they loRt their way in the
evening and ended up at Henderson, from
which town they took traina to nearby
stations where they lived."
Kent at the Oarage.
It has been discovered that instead of
putting up .at a Council Bluffs garage at
'1 a. m. Sunday, as reported to the Omaha
police, the machine was kept at the gar
age for a short time Sunday noon, after
which It waa started back toward Stanton
by the owner. Albert Lawson, a farmer
living near. Stanton. !
The fact that two of the train robbers
were thought by the few people who aaw
them, masked and closely disguised, to be
young, and that the two men who held
up and robbed Conductor A. Deane and
Motorman C. O. Haskins on their street car
at Tenth and Valley streets Friday morn
ing, are also reported by the car crew
as looking young, are all that supports the
theory that the street car thugs partici
pated In the mail robbery.
In both cast's the men were masked
and nothing could be seen of anything but
their outer clothes and the manner and
voice employed. The police say the street
car holdup men "might" have participated
in the train hultfup.
Sheriff Picks I'p False Scent.
Sheriff Bralley Is also shy on clues. Some
woman out at Florence telephoned n Tues
day morning that a man was prowling
around her place and acting "queer."
"Thla la no time to act queer," shouted
the doughty sheriff, as he Jumped Into hia
big rubber boota and buckled on hia rain
coat and lit out for the station seven miles
to the norths where the Mormons planted
their tree. 'I'll see how people take liber
ties with me and act queer."
From the best of the sheriff's knowl
edge the man waa trying to locate the hen
roost. HK.NDERSON t XI E PROVES FALfcB
Owner of Mysterious Automobile la
Found and K.s plains Action.
PES MOINEKS. la.. May iS.-The mys
terious trail of the automobile from Omaha
to Henderson, la., which the Plnkerton de
tectives followed today and thought was
made by the train trohhers who held up
the I'nion Pacific passenger train Sunday
morning turned out to be a false clue. Al
bert Lawson, the farmer who owned au
tomobile No. 7313 was located at Ptnnton
this afternoon and stated over thi tele
phone that he left Stanton Sunday morn
ing with his a jtomoblle, accompanied by
Victor Wallln, hardware merchant, J. S.
Samdin, rural route carrier and Dr. Mc
Master, dentist. They went to Omaha to
see the sights and returned in the evening,
but the roads being bad they deserted
the machine at Henderson and came home
on the train. ' The first they heard of the
train : robbery was oft their way to Omaha
! STORM NEW YORK SCHOOLS
Tkoussd Kxrlted Women Try to Res
ae' a I Id re n from Threaten.
,' Inar Tire.
NEW YORK, May ii. A panic stricken
mob. of nearly LOo womert". niothera and
relatives t ht 610 children who attend
Hie- Eet filde public school at Horsy I he
and Stanton streets, etormed the doors of
the school house tw1ay when a fire started
in a six-story tenement hnuse adjoining
Realising the serious consequences that
would follow if tho excited women got in
side the school house, the Janitor quickly
closed snd bolted the doors and the teach
ers managed to quiet the children. No one
Fake Adtertl.laa; Hit.
FREMONT. Neb. May f. (Special. )
The directors of the Fremont Commercin
club at their monthly meeting voted to turn
down such schemes as cook hooka, direc
tories, except the local directory, hotel
registers, programs. mp snd time cards,
which will practically confine advertlslig
to newspapers. The tty ha hem tvrkeu
extensively by advertising schemes during
the last year and business men wcr
getting tired of thrm
OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. MAY
Shot at Fake
7 Special Writers
Ex-President ,Sayg So-Called Special
Stories 6f Bunting Trip Are Not
' - . 'vt Be Credited.
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NAIROBI. British East Africa. May a.
A special correspondent Of the Associated
Press rt!Jrpd to .'Nairobi this morning
after- two days'; visit "at the Koosevelt
camp aa the guest of Mr. Roosevelt.
The camp was located on the Heatley
ranch on the banks of the Nairobi river.
Mr. Roosevelt and his son Kermlt are In
remarkable good health and they are de
lighted with the success of their expedi
tion. The accuracy of the rifle fire of Mr.
Roosevelt and hi son has aKonlahed not
only 'the settlers, but the members of the
party. Kermlt killed, recently, at close
range, a hyena that had attacked him and
he has also come near - making a record
bag of female warthugs In a given space
Today the party is staying at the Heat
ley ranchl but tomorrow Mr. Roosevelt,
his son. and. Edmund Heller are coming
Into Nairobi. Major Kearns and J. Alden
Lorlng will remain at the Ju Ja ranch
until Wednesday, collecting birds and
Mr. Roosevelt Is annoyed at certain spe
cial dispatches which, It Is reported here,
are appearing In American or English
newspapers. He requests, the Associated
Press to send out the following statement:
"No newspaper has a representstlve with
the Roosevelt party, nor any nearer means
of gaining Information of the party's
doings beyond what la generally known.
Any special dispatches appearing are In
all human probability sheer Inventions.
Moreover, the details which purport to be
thus obtained can only he due to bribery,
and it la safe to stale that a dlshonorabta
man, giving a bribe, and a dishonorable
man, accepting the same, would be will
ing to Invent untruths for money or traf
fic In other forni of -dishonor."
(Continued from First Page.)
AltjStrery made no effort to conceal his
protective predictions. "A tariff for reve
nue only," he said, "was never contem
plated by the builders of our great consti
tutional structure. Tree trdp or tariff
for revenue only has no place in our sys-. j
tern or government. No tariff can be
levied without carrying protection in some
No tariff, he contended, was everr
adopted by any democratic congress or
signed by any democratic president with
out Involving the 'principle of protection.
"The Wilson-Gorman law," he added,
was quite notorious for some of Its pro
Raising his voice and for the time aban
doning his set speech, Mr. Enery said:
"It is gratifying at this session of con
gress we notice a great change of opinion
among democrats who are voting for a
duty on raw material although at one time
free raw material wis considered a cardi
nal principle' of the democracy. I hope
that the conditions of the country. Its ne
cessities' and the' liberality generally that
is pervading all classes of the people, may.
dictate to the democrats the abandonment
of all the .-absurd theories of free trade
and cause them to come In with the great
body of the people and vote a liberal pro
tection for all the manufacturing interests
of the country, to make it as independent
as the fathers declared it should be of all
Praises Aldrleh Bill.
The Louisiana senator stated that so
far as he could discover the Aldrlch bill
Imposed no Injury to any domestic Interest,
"nor," he added, "has there been Imposed
in any of its schedules any burden upon
the people." . .
After Mr. Enery entered upon his speech
many republican senators . crossed the
chamber and sat in. rapt attention nearby.
Senators Aldrlch, Sutherland, Gamble,
Scott, Page, Smith (Mich ), Brlstow, Root,
Bradley, Crawford, Burton, Johnson and
Stephenson closely attended upon the
words of the venerable Ivoulsinia senator.
His remarks did not appear to be so pop
ular among the democrats as towards the
latter part of his address, only his col
league, Senator Foster, together with Sen
ator Daniel gave'hlm special attention.
Senators Overman, Hughes and Bankhead
occupied seats on the outskirts of the dem
ocratic !de, but no other senators of the
minority were within the chamber.
Later Mr. Bailey and Mr. Bacon Joined
the little group about the Louisiana
Mr. Enery had not concluded when the
FIGHT FOR POSITION A.D It ATE
Administration and Antl-Forcee Are
Hostllna; at Pierre.1
PIERRE. S. D.. May 25.-Bpeclal Tele
gram.) The fight In the Ancient Order of
I'nlted Workmen promises to center on
the places of master workman and grand
recorder, with no full slates outside these
two places. T. M. Simmons, present grand
master, seeks re-election, and with him
J. H. Parrott of Plerpont as grand re
corder. On the other hand, Olaf Nelson
of Yankton, present grand foreman, de
sires to be grand master, and with him Is
J. D. Lavln of Aberdeen, desiring to hold
his position as grand recorder.
The afternoon session was given up to
the discussion of the rate question, and the
trend appears to be that the Simmons, or
administration rate will be adopted, which
is a minimum of 65 cents vn the $1,000 for
younger members and a maximum of t.'
on the fl.OOo at' tt years old or over. It
ia expected' that a vole on the rate propo
sition will be secured some tlma Wednes
day. Kemper, Hemphill A Buckingham,
All Kinds of Plating.
Quick Action for Your Money You get
that by using The Bee advertising columns.
FOR NEBRASKA Partly cloudy weal,
shom-ers east ponton W'edensday; warmer
west portion Wednesday.
FOR LOW A Rain Wednesday
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
' 't ' W- o a. m 61
j 7''yc2?lfc m i
ST.T$' 7 a. m Ki
furJ ' V m 55 !
. tapy L a. m 5
1" a. m m !
C'OiAFL'f'V 11 a. m Ml
yrrA 12 m l
r A , t . Vr A 1 p . m M
W'.CAI J 3 P- m 6 1
' ' P m
i VV,t5 5 ' m 6
1p m 64
.-UCJa I p. m 66
,Z?-t p in 64
Thc Grcatcst Vtiluc-Glvlno Raincoat Sale In TovVn
Our 15 Days' Season's Windup Sale Is in Full Swing
Only Four. More Days Lcit" '.." V .
Handrrdt of rropl have taken advantage of this I'nusual Opportunity of fluylng First- l VoJcr-pifof
Garment a for Leas Money than the retailer theniselvrs pay for their goods wholesale. leinenhtr,' Hint we
are winding up our tteaaon and are now
Selling at 66i Less Than Regular Prices
Buy now. The most Rprvieeable of overgarments a world ,.
famous "Goodyear" Raincoat at these unmatchable prices:' ,
$18.00 Silks and
Cravenettes for.'. . .
$22.50 Silks and ff Cfk
Cravenettes for ..f JU
$26.00 Silks and ff O 9 n
$30.00 Silks and Clil
Cravenettes for lU.UU
$35.00 Silks and "7 A
Cravenettes for pilfU
$40.00 Silks and (T 1 T T Q
Cravenettes for. ..... I JJ D
Whole State is
Well Wet Down
General Soaking is Reported from
Every Section, and Joy
' LINOOIjN, Mqy 25 Nebraska last 'night
and today, from one end of the state to
the other, got Its first real wetting "down
of the spring; In some places he wetting
was overdone. At Cambridge seven ' Inches
of rain fell In an hour. Street and base
ments were flooded and an aged couple
who had taken refuge In a cellar from the
wind narrowly escaped drowning. The
southwestern and south central parts of
the state were well drenched. Between
McCook and Holdrege the Burlington had
three washouts resulting from high water.
Rain continues to fall In southeastern Ne
RAPID CITY. S. P., May 2R.-(Speclal.)-Over
two Inches of rain have fallen here
In the last thlrty-slx hours. I'p to a few
days ago some uneasiness was felt on ac
count of the season being backward and
Somewhat dry, but this soaking rain makes
the crop prosiects exceedingly bright. A
much larger ara is under cultivation In
thla district than ever before.
Whole Htate Geta Wtln.
NORTH LOUP, NetK May 25 (Special.)
The heaviest rain 'of the season was our
portion Monday, over two inches falling In
less than an. hour.' More than three Inches
have fallen in the last two days. The rain
was 'accompanied by some hall, but no
damage was done; ' '' ;
GENEVA, Neb., May 25. (Speclal.)-Sev-eral
showers have fallen since' a good rain
Sunday afternoon, making everything look
fine. The cherVy trees are full of fruit
and quite a little on the peach trees, while
the currants and gooseberries' are ljaded.
YANKTOI. S. b.. May1' 25. (SpeVial.)-.'
Heavy rains, much ' needed' "here, have""
fallen since Sunday and nearly three inches
is the record to date, wtlh the rain still
falling. Crops throughout the county have
been greatly benefited.
CAMBRIDGE, Neb., May' 2o.-(ipeclal.)
One of the most damaging rainstorms ever
witnessed occurred here when nearly aeven
Inches of water fell In less than an hour's
time. Many people began moving out of
their houses In the lower part of town
and much damage was done to property.,
The Cambridge Milling company's dam
went out, causing a heavy loss to the own
ers. Mr. and Mra. Hayden, an old couple,
who went into the cellar under the house
occupied by them, mereiy escaped drown
ing, as the cellar filled with water and
they were unable to get out, . A hole was
out in the floor through which they were
taken out Just in time to save their lives.
SHOOTHHS CHOnsK DAN BRAY
Good Attendance at Grand Island and
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., May 25.-(Speclsl
Telegram.) The thirty-third annual meet
ing of the Nebraska State Sportsmen's as
sociation began here today with a blue
rock event, ninety-three marksmen partic
ipating. The following led in the 200 target
shot: Edward O'Brien, 192; Harry Dixon.
M; Wm. Veach, 15; Dick Llndeman, 1S4;
A. P. Smith, 1S3; Seany Jr., 183; Gus Slevers,
182; Adams, 1S2; Flcppln, Galea and Borden
One hundred and twenty-five members
attended the buttinens meeting tonight, at
which Columbus was chosen as the place
for the next meeting and the following
officers were elected: Dan Bray, Colum
bus, president; W. H. I II in n. Albion, vice
president; Qua Schroeder. Columbus, secretary-treasurer.
It was decided that In the state cham
pionship thoot tomorrow all professionals
should be barred. The shoot will be for
25 blue rocks at sixteen yards, no handi
cap. Rules for next year's shoot were left
to the officers. The shoot continues to
FREMONT. Neb.. May 26. -tSpeda!.)-The
hody of Joseph H'uty, a North Bend
barber, was found near that town yester
day forenoon. The man. It ia i la lined, was
an opium fiend. Coroner Ovsrgaard held
an Inquest last evening and a verdict of
death from natural causes was returned.
Presentation to a Priest.
SOLAS, Neb., May J8 (Special.) The
parishioners of St. Francis' Catholic
church tendered to Father Timothy
O'Drlscol! and his sister a reception that
will be long remembered. It was In the
nature of an expression of the esteem In
which he is held by his congregation.
Father O'Drlscoll and his sister leave
Wednesday for New York, whence they
will sail on the While Star ateamer Arcadia
If you wish dis
tinctive finish and
a mother's care of
linen, your, bundle
should come to us.
OOODTBAB BAIBX70ATS BKIOM TTFBZMB.'
$10 and $12. Misses'
Kain-Pr o o f
$4 and $5 Rubberized
Capes for Women and
ORDER BY MAIL
Corner lGlh and Davenport Sls."'"V
"TBS BAXVCOAT SPECIALTY 8TOBB
Ccaulily Yoor Lawns With Our
Trellises for Vines, Tree Guard
ractory 16th and Jackson 617 to. lSta'st
BITCH POSTS, WXHDOW QTJABDS,
CLOTHES POSTS, CHICKZH TEHCE
end for Catalogue.
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IP TOT OAXX. AT OTBt STOKE .; 1 -
' haveso many things to select from that (t will l.e' vrtiiiK 'm ui
while. r la look them over. Diamonda "small and UrgK" Watches r liins
Broq,0hs, Conibet Brushes, Mirrors, Beauty Pins. etc,. 4 f1 '
Mawhinney &. RydiriiCbTt '
"' ' ' Fifteenth and Doug-las Streets. . ',' " :.tr&
for Ireland to make a visit ' of three
months. Fathers Stlnson and Flannlgan of
Omaha and Father Sullivan of Fremont
were preseht. Hon. W. D. Haller made an
address on behalf of the parishioners and
presented to Father O'Driacoll a purse of
SUNDAY bYeTaKES A HIT
Story on Development of Fnrnas
toon I r Greatlr Appreciated
at Beaver til)-.
BEAVER CITY, Neb., May 2S.-(Speclal.)
The Sunday Bee arrived In Beaver City
en schedule time In spite of heavy rains
and consequent bad roatts.' The Sunday
mall comes by stage route from Oxford, no
passenger trains being run of this branch
on the Burlington that day. The special
wrlteup of Beaver City and Furnas county,
illustrated with halftones, was eagerly
looked forward to and most appreciatingly
read. The extra supply of papers of large
proportions, were s.uld at jopev. .nd tha
demand waa .not- then. aatUiied. By the
new train schedules of the Rurltnirton the
latest edition of the , Bee jvjw -reaches
Beaver City, on- week days shortly after
10 o'clock a. m., and the Sunday issue ut
i o'clock p. m.. ...
- Bargtlars at Wlnsloir.
FRKMONT, Neb.,- May 26.-(SpecIal.)-Weltkamp's
' hardware store et' Winslow
was broken into last night and about (100
worth or. knives and cuttlery . was token.
The burglars ransacked the store and
picked out what they thought was the best.
They left no clue. " .
Kemper, Hemphill & Buckingham.
, All Kinds- of Plating.
MOVEMENTS OP OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
T. tier (irnut
Columbia :. Ionian
k. r recite. r. r. tvi;n
Mlnnawaflci . .
londo: : . '.-.'
BOl'TH A M I
.Your complexion at well
at your temper it rendered
miserable by a disordered
liver. By taking Chamber
lain' Stomach and Liver
Tablet you can improve
both. They cleante and in
vigorate the ttomach and
improve the digetteon.
Also Watches, in fact
anything in the jewelry
line. Goods delivered
on the first payment;
you . attain the article'
and pay. me the balance
as best suits you. All
business strictly confi
dential. PLATE DINNERS
are popular for
women as for men
AT THE CALUMET
.TJ,J.U.W.l . "
$15.00 Raincoats and (P " flf
Topcoats for ,J.UU
$18.00 Raincoats and (T t r
Topcoats for O.UU
$28.50 Raincoats and r f
Topcoata for ......... ; p . 0 U
$25.00 Raincoats nml'.
Topcoats for .. ...$0.)
$27.60 Cravenettes and ff fa cn
Ralqeonts for. ... . . . . i, Jf. 3 U
$30.00 Cravenettes and
Raincoats for. .'; . ...
Wire and Iron Fences.aad Gates.
OK THK 1110 S.Vl.r: ' .
Don t fall to take aUuinta&f of thia
I B. la 9 m . . . r. . . ...... . 1. ...... - . L.
doic, mi uu jiin.v iiouir uitvr rutn
bargains again. It Is not "profit w j
ar after, but to finish a sood month
with Record Rnttklnn Sales. .
25c Sanltol Face Cream 1 14
25c Colgate's Tooth Powder . .15
25c Mennen'a Talcum Puwaer. . 15 j
25c Barkeepers' Friend 110
11.50 Oriental Cream.... 99r?
$1.00 Hand Mirrors. ........ ....,()
25c Packer's Tar Soap ....... 1;
40c :Manlc0r.-Met8'. j-.. .v:-.'.-l)
Other' bargains frt urr pHtftf'tif- the
store. Cigars at cut prices,
Store open from 7, a. m. to 11:' 3 iX $. m.
807 and 2( Xortli JfUh Sticrt.
Memorial Day Postcard 1
Postrartl With IWtji' L
,ny. . :.V;'
. William Everett JillsbrV
A Flag Design. '
BENNETT'S. HHAXDEIS ;Axi)
THE HKASHAW HOTEL V
AMI' SEMEN Ta.
TODAT 8 130 TOBTIOHT :
Wsdnsday, Thursday Matinee Thursday
WOODWARD STOCK CO.
THE COLLEGE WIDOW
ST A XJUTO and ALBERT MOSRIBOlf.
amd ooMPAJtv or 30
Oa Friday and Saturday the Stock Com.
pany will lay off, to gls reont for Marin
boro. This will be the only interruption
daring the summer run.
Next Week "MY WI?E "
rmlDAT AID ATTSKDAY-4TirjlJ)A'k
MA TIME I)
Charles Trohman Presents
MARIE DORO in
THE MORALS OF MARCUS
I1ATI SELLIirO. ' v
TODAT Bawln A. BSelxln Fr.S'jifti
MB. AST D M1B. BOSK
and the Tlddtsu Co., from thi
People's Theater, Mew York Cit
Matinee ...."Tae Lost ParAoi.t"
Evening 'Til. i. i '
Performance entirely tn Yid-iit,
Wednesday Beenlnf and Balanoe of .Vs
MUmWOOD STOCK CO. 'In
'TBB MAM OM THB BOX"
Matinees Thursday and Sturda.
1ITI AMD DOCOI.AS
Hillman'a Stock Compani)
JUST PLAIN FOLK;,
Admission, loo and aoo.
Neat e The Millers Isugbte)?,
OMAHA vs. PUEBLO
MAY 24, 25, 26 and' 27.,'
MOMJAV. MAV aith, LAn"lEiV'i.i,
I GAME CALLED 3:45
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