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THE REE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1910.
This Ad for Girls Only I
,yy e uutt every yn rum ins little j&- y
year-old tot to the graceful miss of 16
veart tn Icnmu nhnut the nrar n ntinn in
are making for the most imvortant airls S
spring coat sale of the season next Friday
Our whole misses and children's de
partment will he devoted to the selling of
these garments on those two days. .
There will he a thousand garments to
select from in this season's newest styles
and colors. See details of sale in Thurs
day evening papers.
2 ' VHI
; 1518-1520 Farnam Street
?3 . : . . t ' IL af i. Yl II
TBI YDDHfl PE8P1T3
r i ana m a n
Former President", Wife, Daughter
and Son Leave for Italy.
BIO CEOWD AT CAIRO STATION
Amrrlrtn MImIoi ' Beads Address
Thanklasj Illra far Tliltlic Sta
tions and Aiding In Work of
. htdrfmlas Egypt.
ALEXANDRIA, March SO.-Former Presi
dent Roosevelt, Mm. Roosevelt, Kermlt
and Miss Ethel tailed for Naples this after,
noon' on the steamer Prlnre Henrlch. .
Mr. Roosevelt received an ovation aa he
iKepped from the train at the pier station.
He stopped to receive the greetings of sev
eral prominent personages and then with
the others of the party walked briskly
aboard the (steamer, which was dressed !n
flags, with the American colors flying
from both mastheads.-- A great crowd toU
lowed' him across the pier and onto' the
vessel. As he stepped aboard, Mr. Roose
velt acknowledged the popular welcome by
raising hit hat.
Every berth on the Prlns Helnrlch was
occupied aiid the efffcers had given up
their quarters for the vine of the passen
gers. The weather today was magnificent
and the steamer sailed with a promise of a
splendid trip to Naples.
CAIRO,) March JX-ThB Roosevelts were
given a hearty send orf when they left
here by train for Alexandria this morning.
Among the communications received by
Colonel Roosevelt was one from the head
quarters of the American mission, thanking
him for. generously acceding to the request
that he visit the mission stations and ajsg
for his aid In the work of redeeming Egypt.
The message continued; r i
"We deeply appreciate lh 1 hbble senti
ments voiced throughout your address at
the National university, which have a most
wholesome and lasting effect, upon ' llfi
of this country. Tour visit has made us
doubly proud and thankful that we are
There was a great crowd at the station
to witness the departure of the dlstln
gulshsd American, whose presenoe In the
Egyptian capital has been of absorbing In
terest to all. Sir Elden Oorst, British agent
and consul general In Egypt, was not pres
ent, but he sent General Maxwell to pay
his respects and to say that he was unable
to express his appreciation of all that Mr.
Roosevelt had done for the civilisation of
The khedlve sent a representative to ex
tend his compliments to the departing
guests. - . f , . ...
CUXHAVEN, Germany, March JO. If
Gtfford Finchot, former chief of the bureau
of forestry of the United States, sailed on
the steamer President Grant to meet Mr.
Roosevelt. In Europe he could not be found
when the vessel docked here today. The
purser's list does not show that' he was
' . I
New School Horn at Haroa.
HURON. 8. D.. March SO Srwl11
The city Board of . Education has decided
to erect a new sohool building In the
Third ward. It will be located on the
corner of Tenth and Illinois streets. It
will be an night-room brick structure and
will cost about $18,000 to f20,000. Work
will be commenced at onoe.
"ale of School. Lands.
HURON, 8. D., March 3Q.-(Speclal.)-Land
Commissioner Dokken, with State
Auditor Hernlng, was in the city today
and arranged, for a sale of Beadle county
school land to take plao April 25. These
lands are apraleed at from $40, to 180 per
acre, except one Quarter adJoihlna- tha eliv
which Is held, at $250; per. acre.., A number
of prospective purchasers are waiting im
patiently for "the sale;-' - - v '
; 'A'DelicIoiis Drink-. I.
That Builds Strength
All the good of superlatively good cocoa you get
in Runkel's Cocoa. Gives Strength and vitality to
nursing mothers. Ideal for invalids. Good for everyone.
No other cocoa so high in nutritive quality. No other
beverage so delicious and digestible.
COLDER, FROST THREATENED
Lower Temperatures with Approach
. . . of KifeTlt High. Wind Subsides .
WIRE COMPANIES EI TROUBLE
Telegraph Lines to West Tie lr by
Starne .Railways I'nahle to Set
' Reports on Trafg,
With promises of frost by the weather
bureau, Omaha went to bed last right with
the temperatures, but little lower than they
had been through the major portion of the
(Jay. The strong westerly wind, which
bore down on eastern Nebraska from the
chilled tone of disturbance toward the
Rockies subsided. With the high wind
blowing the danger of frost was less.
At nlghtfoll the temperature was slowly
Wednesday found the railway companies
of Omaha shut off from communication with
the centers of trouble In the storm district
to the west,. Wire companies were helpless
In the grip of the storm and there was no
indication that communication would be re
stored early In the day. The cold breath of
the storm came . down on the west
wind, chilling the morning In Omaha with
a tinge of the disturbance which Is sweep
ing over the western part of the state In
Its march from the Rockies. Omaha has
had oo wire to Denver since yesterday at
"No wires on lines west of Sidney, so
we can't tell what Is going An out west,"
an official of the Union Pacific. "We
understand that the service has been en
tirely interrupted on . some- divisions.., but
we can not get .positive Information-now
until the wires are restored to operation."
From the Burlington It was the same
story. The Interruption of the wire ser
vice hss left the general offices here In
the dark as to conditions on the lines west.
"We are able to get practically no com
munication west of Lincoln," said q. W.
Loomts, assistant to the general manager.
The Associated Press wires to Denver
are also down.
Trains are Late.
Nearly all of the trains from the west
were late Wednesday in . arriving in
Omaha, on account of the storm. The
roads are handicapped on account of be--Ing
unable to send
from point along the western end of their
The Burlington reports two feet, of
snow at Deadwood, where the tempera
ture was 15 decrees, with -i
blowing. Wind and rain were reported
from a number of stations In the state
and Wednesday mornln th.r. n,o. - ,
at Belmont, Alliance and Seneca. Passen
gers at Doth the Burlington and Union
stations were waiting for the early morn
ing trains going east, some of which were
over an hour late:
The railroads sav thnt th. i
caused havoc to their telegraph communi
cations and It is believed that the storm
center is headed this way. People in
terested in fruit lands In the western
Portion Of tha Stat aav h.t k.. j. .
- - J .... fciicjf nui
believe that the storm will have any de-
vmeuiy oaa errect upon vegetation. It is
claimed that mere snow and wind will
not destroy the budding trees, and that
as long as It remains rl mirfv lh.M Will
be no frost Owners of trees which have
started to bud fear a frost more than
they do a sever annw atnem
der buds are not seriously affected by
huow, wnsre a sught frost might do In-
at 8 O'clock,
15 1 O
at 8 O'clock
, You'll find Runkel's creamy, smooth and distinctively
delicious. Then it's nutritious as beef which co&sten
time its price. Runkel's is just pure cocoa of choicest
' quality. No. starch no sugar no fat to follow Its enjoy- '
ment. Runkel's is twice as strong as ordinary cocoa
fuller flavored more nutritious. A little provides big
Sold by. Grocers Everywhere
fciUNKIX BROS., Inc., IWlrs., 443 to VI West SOtb St., New York
tn the balring
-is. . -,u
- . it s
, i..... where Calumet
lining Powder proves
its sunerioritvt its
wohcicrful raising power ht never-faHing ibilit '
: to produce the most delicious baking and its
economy la tha btJung that is the only way
you can successfully test it and com pare-it with trie
. nigh price kinds. You cannot discredit thesa
statements until you have tried
the only high grade baking- powder telling at a modems,
tort. $1,000.00 is offered to anyone finding the least
trace of impurity, in the baking, caused by Calumet
yosur Grocer and insist that you get, Talumat
Received Highest Award Woria's Per
Food Exposition, Chicago, 1937.
OF SWEET CHARITY
Will Keign Supreme Over the '
MEGEATH STATIONERY CO.
142! Farnam Street. Kahn Dros., Props.
SATURDAY, AFTilL 2ND,
TKE WISE MEMORIAL E0SP1TAL BAZAAR
. F-er Cent of the Gross Cash Sales :
1IAVK A LOOK AT THK1R DONATION' VIMX)V
Pour laebee Deep ' On Ln,
, Drifted Badly In Place.
NORFOLK. Neb.. Mat-xh ra . t-i.-
mountain bUazard has swept over into,
northwestern Nebraska and has oome as
faf east aa Cody. The storm raged all
titght and four inches of anov nn
has fallen and it has drifted badly in high
w.nas. ah wires west are down in the
Storm district and northvui.n, . i-
traffic was completely tied up. No trains
" '"o tne storm, because of the
loss of w-lrea. throush tritina h.i. .i.
up at various point. Wire communication
had not been restored late this morning.
STORM FELT IN MINNESOTA.
Snow Is Predicted for Northern Part
. oi Illinois. ,
CHICAGO. Marrh S1M.-'- ,
- i. , . . . iconic
CXlt; Which bea-an with h. .
. ---- . fiuBiraiion or
telegraphic and telephone wires and the
bloeadlng of railroad trains in the Rocky
mountains and eastward, made Itself felt
In a diminished degree in Minnesota today
In the northern part of tills state snow
The bllxiard COntfriUArt arrTA r
Castle Rock, Llmon and Kimball, Colo
and the snow ts sstd to lie six Inches
deep in the city of Denver. In the rail
road cut it has drifted to a height of
OQDEN. UUh, March 0.-On account
of conditions arising from yesterdays
storm, the SoJthern Pacific trains were
sent west from Ogden over the old Cen
tral Pacific line north of the Great Salt
line today.. . Work trains are rapidly repair
ing the atorm damage to, the embank
ments, which form the approaches to the
bridge across the lake. The trestle proper
was not damaged by the storm.
NEBRASKA'S CLAIM ON BENCH
(Continued from First Page.)
a ..district judge, a judge .t the supreme
court of appeals and a justice of the su
preme court. Arkansas has two district
judges and for years has had a judge of the
court of appeals. Wyoming has a district
judge and a judge of the court of appeals.
South Dakota, North Dakota, Colorado,
Utah each a district judge and Nebraska
two district judges.
Nebraska Never la. .
- "Nebraska has never been represented on
any federal bench outside of the district
court of the state. It Is a prominent state
agriculturally, industrially and commer
cially, and Omaha Is one of the great and
growing cities of the west, and Is located
in the center of the group; that Is. to say,
midway between the Mississippi river 'and
the eastern boundary of Colorado.
'The legal profession of Nebraska has
always ranked among the first' of the
country. It Is equally true that the leading
representatives of the various professloni
and their pursuits have ranked among the
first in their professions and pursuits in tha
entire country. In other words. In the
business and social world, Nebraska has
been distinguished for the high standing
and character of Its representative men,
"In the appointments, political considera
tion should be ignored. The appointment '
should be made upon principles of .justice
the same aa the decision of an equity case
by a court, and tn this view Nebraska
may well claim recognition, provided It p re
lents a Candida t possessing the necessary
qualifications for the office." " '
Fatal Aato Aeeldeat at Tastka.
TOPIC K A, Kan.. March SO. George Brott
of Kansas City was kll ed and C. U. Wilson
of Manhattan, Kan., was seriously Injured
In an automobile accident near here early
tod a. ,
Opens Thursday Horning, Promptly at 8:00 O'clock
Greatest Sacrifice Sale Omaha Has Ever Known
It would he interesting to show the table of the ivonderful growth of our husiness
it would be interesting to show how that wonderful growth has been achieved conserva-
".y o,o,iuiy wis owmm, i wyi eaoft uuouiess principles; it is only a look pack,
of but four years when we succeeded the Sco field Cloak and Suit Co., when this store
employed but four or five peopler Today this cloak and
cialty house in the middle-west devoted to the selling of strictly high class apparel for'
women and misses, and employing over 100 people in the selling and fitting of Orkin
high class garments. C
We have outgrown our present store, and within a very short space of time we will
move to our new location at 318 and 320 S. 16th street, where we will have more room
and one of the finest and most complete specialty stores in America. Not one single
garment will be moved from this store to our new location. Everything must be closed
out within a very short time.
Thursday Will Be Suit Day-All Our Beautiful Tailored Suits Will Go On Sale
$95.00 Tailored Suits-
Removal Sale Price. . .
$85.00 Tailored Suits
. Removal Sale Price. . .
$75.00 Tailored Suits
Removal Sale Price.'. .
$69.50 Tailored Suits
Removal Sale Price. .".
$65.00 Tailored Suits
Removal Sale Price,. .
$59.00 Tailored Suits (tTQ CA
Removal Sale Price. . . .4JsDJ
$55.00 Tailored Suits if 77 r
Removal Sale Price JpJ I JU
$50.00 Tailored Suit3 PTC (f
Removal Sale Price. . :.4DDUU
$45.00 Tailored Suits ' T f ct
Removal Sale Price . . , ,4)D DU
Price. . .
. . .
'. . .
Price . . .
PREPARE "FOR MINE STRIKE
Coal Dealer! J$fltca. to Xa? fn Heavy
-.v- 'StoolA of Fuel.
BYERS -rOE "'feHO&T, tEJE BATE
Attorney "i's)sliraP Declsloa Forces
. Roads I to Glt-a Pavsaengers Lowest
. PaasUie',F&res -Attorneya .'
' ;'Readjr.o Flfcbt. ' , - '
(From ft Staff Correspondent.) .
DE8 MOINESr-lR., March S0.-r-epeclal
Telegram.) A .1' itddden ' changre ' lrl the
weather causeda hustling among th com
mercial dealers today tcv. buy all coal in
sight and this was' ekpeclally notjceable'
because of the .failure of tha coal minerd
and operators to; gjut together- and even
make a start toward fixing up a wage
scale. Most of the, pes Molhes dealers say
they have .coat enough on hand to supply
customers or sixty days and nearly all the
large consumers cf coat have been buying
and storing coal for several weeks. The
miners are waiting for the return of Presi
dent White before they. Start negotiations.
College Wonld Move.
Overtures have been fnade on behalf of
Pennsylvania, college at Oakaloosa to move
to Pes Moines and take over the property
of Highland .Park college. Pennsylvania Is
the Quaker college for ' Iowa" and western
states and an old fashioned institution, but
with poor equipment. Highland Park' is
owned privately and has boen. "conducted
as a business oollege with great success.
Railroads Against , Decision;
Railroad men, ' having to deal with con
ditions in Iowa, are much exercised over
the attitude taken .by the attorney gen-
Has learned that : to serve
Tailor Made vs. Ready Made
Thert'a a strong contract between the
tailw-made garment and the picked
(iffth counter kind the difference it
: n( only in fit it is in everything
fie fabric, tht lininqt, the tVjle and
workmanship the thousand little
stitches that count are missing in the
rtady-to- wear - after they-alter-them-kind.
!. Qive me a trial order I keep
the garment if you are not satisfied.
' I am making some mighty swell
suits at S2S and $30, and every
' garment Is cut and made in Omaha
111 South 15th Street
Saves 6rrv and labor, nnd
pleases .each member of the
family as few other foods do.
The , crisp, dainty, fluffy
bits are fully cooked ready
to serve from the package
with cream or good milk.
Give the home-folks a treat.
"The Memory Lingers'
Pkg. 10c and 15c
Postum Cereal Company. Ltd..
' Battle Creek. Mloh.
era, who declares that the railroad com
mission has authority to compel a road -to
charge for passengers only the short line
rate, where the road has two lines and
the lortRer Is .uqed for passenger trains.
This arises from the schedule of the Min
neapolis road, which has two lines from
the north and runs its trains the longest
way. Attorneys for tne road contend that
the ruling Is contrary to Iowa laws and
have filed with the attorney general a
statement of their case.
.;; PJ EW;V? A ft AGE IV) E ft TJ
,U; V-a La UUU ooUCLAS AMD 14TH STREET
OECUINING MARCH 31st
MORALLY AND PHYSICALLY CLEAN
IpATEGT AND BEST-
MOTION P S C'T ORES
JRESERVED SECTION LADITOS AND CimlKKN" :
! COUKTIOOUS ATTENDANTS
DIAZ & RODERIGUEZ SSSSKSJ
Bil l V f? P CELEBRATED COON SHOITTEI
IsUsUl It UUU AND CHALLENGE DANCEIt ,
FF RI T a! 1U ft A KOAItINO FAHCE COMEDY
aU 1M I U II U U tf. "BKOKE IN A HOTEL"
DEL l BAITY
DAVE SO ft I E R
AND HIS EDUCATED MUSICAL
OMAHA'S FAVORITE '
AMY SEAT iTh t.;
MATINEES H ALP PRICE Jl CL,'
VAUDEVILLE CHANGED EVEIIY THUKSDAV AND SUNDAY 1
MODERN VENTIL.1TING IL.NT . ..
vTll.V;ctl0,l O?" ta ttJ 5"e poslUvely In a class by themseWea
-absolutely no comparison with anything now belna-hJ- il th-STv",
ou money back U dissatisfied. Ptrionnuos luti twoloun.
Unconfirmed Eeport that Four Per
. tont Were Burned to Death in
TIT 0 THBATEB PSIOZa
I 1 W loo-aSo-60s-7(a.
TOMTOHT AT 8:15
Matinee Saturday, All Seat BSo.
Tho Great Divide
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., March 30. (Spe
cial.) The prairie fires which have been
raging In this county and McPherson
county are now probably out,' as a heavy
rain fell In the western part of the county
last night and probably where the fire
was elsewhere, although no rain fell in
North Platte. The prairie fire south of
North Platte was the most disastrous ever
known, acoordlng to reports which have
been received. Many people lost their
homes, stock. Improvements and the range.
The wind was terrific.
The fire to the north In McPherson county
was probably not as disastrous to property,
but It is reported that three children were
burned to death, and reports have also
been received here today that C, T. Cllne,
the county treasurer of McPherson county,
lost his life In the fire. It is said that he
was busy In his office and did not notice
the coming fire until It was near. lie then
started for bis bome and was surrounded
by the flames, which set fire to his cloth
ing. Whetbsr or nit U is true that the
three chldren burned to deals is not cer-
. ly is said that a camper upon the fork
of Tho Btrdwood started the fire. , .. .
Persistent AdveriUlpg la the road to Big
Return. . . r.
Best Flags fa Kava Ycur
Teeth Cared For.
This Is a perplexing question, confront-
ins people every any. deputation.
Dentist has It,
thoughts which you raay have forgotten
to ak about. Dr. Bradbury, with his many
years of practice, will give you the very
best results. Crowns and Bridge worlc
T8?5' BRANDOS K
D I a n c h 6 Wa i s h
from S6.0U up Fillings $1 09 up. X)ON'T
FORGET WB BUfPCY TEETH WITH
OUT PL,AT1$. . Nerves removed "without
hurting you. Teettf estrsoted without
fain. Ordinary Plates from 14 to 12 10.
undreds of people have been satisfied
here. Why not youT
DR. CRAQEUHY, THE DEXTIST
1S06 rarnam St.. Thone, x. X7fc
IT years sank' loaatlom.
30 ft. Bowels
Bifgest organ oi tho body the
bowels and the most important
It'i got to be looked after neglect
means suffering ' r.nd years of
misery. CASCARETS help
Datura keep every part of your
bowels clean and strong then
they act right means health to
your whole body. ui
CASCAinTi loe a boa frrwtk'a treat.
iut. All druuqlata. bif scat seller la
Una wutii Mtliwa buc. a alh.
XJT BIB ORBATTBT TBXVafFH
ftflcca ..........SBo, Wo, 76o, S1.0; 1.80 ,
Sunday, Monday and . Ynesdey WiffHts '
ELSIE -JVNlt V
In Charles DUllngham'a Prod act Io a
SS&. THE PAIR-CO-gD
TOSIOHT MATHTBB TOSAf,' ' '
THE XVOODWAKD STOCH CO, Vj
n Willi STBOVOXZAJtT."
Ifat. Bvery Day SilSl Be. farturuaao SHI
This Week Edward Abelea, Arturo
Bernardl. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McGrcevy.
Walter Lswls. Belle Davis, Dorothy Drew,
Marvelous Hilton. Ths Klnodroins and
The Orpheum ConceH Orchestra.
VatlOlCB) loo, B5o, 60O.
,.c e-.y all w., closlni
A Corking Cl,ow for 1)
any L1IU S1I.I.T Wa
"GIRLS FROM HAPPyLMIf
SXTBATAOAsTSA aad TAUSIVZLLI 1
I.acll.s Dime Matlnse Daily at 8:15
Sat, The firear Co.. la "T JIB WlgaAS"
toe all w., closing Vrlday nljrht.
many L1IU 111,1. Y WaVTBOaT sbAfthe
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Uaa lHlUr a Yeas.
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