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nnr U.MJHA. ml DAY, AKIflL 1. l.'MO.
SUIT TO' FORCE OUT'TAXEs!
f iris Boat $Me 1 : 1
Starts Friday Morning
For two days
k entire Girls' Department will be devoted to
this SPECIAL SALE of Children's and
Over one thousand garments included in
j this sale in short jackets, medium length and
g full length coats coats for little tots, 2 to 6
S years, in new spring styles, in plain colors or
4 pretty mixtures. Two big lots at $2. 95 & $3.95
Coats for Girls, 8 to 16 years, in this season's newest
models of three-quarters or full length
colors and handsome fancy weaves," at
$3.95 and $5.00
1513-1520 Farnam Street.
night approximately 40,000 union coal dig
gers In district No. ..tl. strike. At that
time the 1908-1909-tfflO wage contract expire,
and as yet the operators .of the district!
have not signed nw .Agreements for the
enduing year. . ; .
It la bellied, however; that the atrlke
In this district will t' of short duration.
1'. li mid on- good authority ' that a tem
porary agreement wlft'he reached betweon
district union officials and operator which
will allow mine operations to go forward
with but little delay. "pending the eettle
mtnt of the entire depute.
DUBOIS, Pa Mlircli 81. In an effort
to sdjust a wage scale1 for the coming
year, members of the JOntral Pennsyl
vania Bituminous Coal Operator asso
ciation are In conference here today with
officials of district No. 2, United Mine
Workers of America. .. ,
'Work Contlnsr at Danville.
DANVILLK. 111.. March 81 The West
ern Brick company of this city, which
mines its own coal and 'employes several
hundred men, received permission today
from the Mine Workers of Illinois to
continue mining coal with Its present
force, pending the signing of the new
wage contract. The Hegler plant at I -a
Hall will also be permitted to continue
to mine for Its own consumption.
The Bunsen Coal company, which la
controlled by the Illinois Steel company,
Is endeavoring to obtain permission to
continue operation. This company employs
1,600 miners. It has not a ponnd of coal
In reserve and one of the officer stated
that unless they obtained permlselon to ,
continue mining the big steel mills at I
South Chicago . would . tie compelled to
shut down. The company promisee to pay
the new wage scale from April . Many
of th miners favor .continuing work.
SCHOOL ATHLETES CONNED
Several Uonners May ' be Deharred
. from Bl Meet by Inability to
, , Achieve Required Grades.
Studerrts of the Omaha High school are
awaiting breathlessly, the result of the ex
aminations now being held. Several of the
fastest athletes In the school are reported
tt be down, and If unable to bring their
marks up to the standard In these exami
nations will not be allowed to ervter the
meet at the Auditorium tonight.
The high achool relay team, which is one
of the best the high scool has ever ad.
Will be affected by this ,as two of the mem
bers ate affected by the ruling.
MUsOnrlnn First tar the Meet.
Merle A. TJunn of Meadvllle. (Mo.) High
school Is the first of the outside athletes
to reach Omaha for the big Indoor Athletic
meet at the Auditorium Friday night.
When Dam Fashion .and
MadarnoisfUe Society look you
orer., joli'lt br glad you didn't
overlook, our uK,stest1on to have
yourDr Suit made by us.
A . aerial rorpn of specially
trained prra Suit, Tuxedo and
Frock Stilt Taflorfl will take your
Drew Suit order in hand. What
we'll, hand you will be a master
piece of the tailoring act.
Dress Suits to measure
S50 to 575
Business Suits . -325
i Tailoring Co.
804-300 South VOth St.
Xcar 16tli ami Faruam fits.
Don't Torget the Big
PIANO, SALE, Beginning
Saturday, April 2 Stock of
SMITH & NIXON STOCK
&.v SH valu received, and that IS in reaaon are at m neaa
r"f h.U"n!y Keeley Institute In th. stat of Nebraska hi locate I
Omaha. Correepomlenc confidential. .
THE KEELEV INSTITUTE,
. . OMAHA.. NEBRASKA;
Cor. asth ana CWi C3o " am.F Strwl Car from Elthst Dpt
(Friday and Saturday) our
GOOD, SAYS ROOT
(Continued from First' Page.)
poratlon of any state shall "not purchase
the stock of a corporation of another
slate. The question la whether it Is noot an
Infringement of the right of the states over
ifielr own creations." :' ' '
He was Inclined, however, to believe that
the courts now would sustain such an ac
quisition of stock because It. bears so close
a relation to the restraint uf trade. Never
theless, he regarded It as "the greatest, the
boldest and the most radical step yet taken
by congTess In the regulation of commerce."
Mr. BaCey failed to agre entirely with
Mr. Root as to the tenor of the deolslon
In the Northern Securities case. What he
wanted, he aald, was a lw that dealt with
results and not with motives. He agreed
with Mr. Root that the merger provision
prohibits the purchase of jees than 50 per
cent of the stock of one 'company by an
other, but he found Inconsistency in the
fact that it authorised the rpurchase of
more stock when SO per cent of it had
Mr. Root had not concluded, when the
senate adjourned. -
for Justice Brewer
..... - m . .
President and Member? ' ot Supreme
Court Attend Body Will. Beach ; ,
WASHINGTON, March 81. Simple fu
neral Services were held, today, for Justice
David J.. Brewer of the supreme court, and
an how later the body. was on tta way for
burial at Leavenworth. Kan. "
. The president ot the Vnlted States, the
members of the supreme court, with the
exception of. Justice Moody, who Is ill, and
representatives from the. house and senate
attended the short service and aoted ai
honorary pallbearers.'. j ';
Th Oeorge Washington university, where
the late Justice was a lecturer, was closed
during the day. "
The body will arrive In' Leavenworth on
President Taft to
Come West in. May
Will Attend National Farmers' Union
at St. Louis if Possible to Leave
WASHINGTON, MaTclr SI. - President
Taft will attend the congress of the Na
tion Farmers' union In St. Louts the first
neek In May If he can arrange his engage
ments to allow him to do su. Secretary
V llion of 'the Department of Agriculture
also Is going. The secretary, with Speaker
t'annun and President 8. Barrett of the
National Farmers' union, took luncheon
I with the president at the White House to
i day. Speaker Cannon sa d he was sure con
gress would not have adjourned ,(n time to
permit him to attend the congress.
EFFORT TO SETTLE
John Mitchell ana Other Labor Lear-
. cr Confer with Coanael for
PHILADELPHIA.1 March 31. Another
(fort Is being made today to end the Phll-
.delphla street car strike. John Mitchell
it rived here this afternoon and with Denis
Hayes, national president of th Glass
flowers' union, and several local labor
takers. ..went Into confeience.. tilth State
'enator James P. McNtchol and couna l
. the Philadelphia Rapid Tranalt coro-
Three strike breakers were committed to
ill this afternoon to await the action of
i' grind Jury on the charge of homicide.
yv are-accused of being responsible for
death of Leo Tlmmerman, who was
town from a car.
her. you oim whai ou want when
i want it. say so through The Bee Want
1. Braakeaness, Optaru. Morphia aad ctfasr drag
addictions are dUeasta conditions.
i. Therefore, ectentifia medical treatment I nee-
"RjyJIn caa of sickness., none but tha best should
be accepted. .
.Our treatment Is known th world over and has
.r. ii. mairita In over t&O.OOo CIHS.
styles in all plain
for these Coats will be
Day in Windy City
Talks of Wages
He Sayi Dividend Have Been Raised
and Why Should Not Go Up
CHICAGO, March II. In the course of
an Interview, In which he likened Speaker
Cannon to Abraham Lincoln, declared that
the United States senate was the finest
legislative body in the world and admitted
that he could not sit through one grand
opera out of four, Andrew Carnegie today
was asked his opinion of the voluntary ad
vance In salaries announced by certain
"I know that we. In the United States
Steel corporation, raised our dividends," he
said, "so why shouldn't w raise salaries
as well?" '
NEW YORK, March 81. Chairman E. H.
Oary of the United States Steel corpora
tion hag aent a telegram to the presidents
of al lthe subsidiary companies requesting
them to observe and carry Into effect the
spirit of th resolution passed by the
finance committee in 1907 calling for the
minimising as much as possible of the
Sunday labor In the corporation's mills.
(Continued from First Page.)
th remainder of the $21,400 were submitted
After the checks ware drawn Lunger
made an appointment to meet Buckley at
the office of the New York Life. .The
$10,000 check waa cashed by the New York
Life and Buckley got the money there.
Mr. Lunger said that so far us he knew
the money waa not to be paid by Buckley
to any one else.
Buckley asked Mr. Lunger to see Prosl
dent McCall and ask him If he did not
think the bill was reasonable. On October
it, IMS, Mr. Lunger wrote to Buckley de
clining to let Mr. McCall pass on a matter
affecting another company.
GAYN0R REMOVES INSPECTOR
Mayor of New York ontlaaea
Shaken of Police De
NEW YORK, March Sl.-The first move
ment in the shakeup In the police depart
ment since Mayor Oaynor took over what
Is virtually a personal control of that
branch of the city government, came today
with the removal of Inspector James Mc-
Cafferty from the head of the detective
bureau and the selection of Captain John
H. Russell to succeed him.
The recent appointment by .Supreme Court
Justice Verron M. Davis of Louis F. Faf
fen, the oueted president of the Bronx bor
ough, as a condemnation commissioner in
connection with street cleaning proceedings
has aroused Mayor Gaynor's Indignation
The mayor today sent a letter to Corpora-
lion Counsel Watson regarding the matter
in which he said:
"If the court dota not forthwith subatl
tute some one in place of Mr. Haffen on
the commission I think it will be our duty
to lay the matter before both houses of
the legislature, as they have under the ex
amlnation supervision of the conduct of
Judges and power to remove them."
EXPLOSION IS CAUSE OF
DEATH 0FSIX WORKMEN
Premntnre Blast In Oklahoma Mine
Kills Men They Are
WILBURTON. Okl March 31. Six min
ers were killed here today by a mysterious
explosion in the Great Western Coal and
Coke company's mint No .2. Th dead are
THAD CI'NN INGHAM.
G. N. BELCHER.
DANIEL KAI FFMANV
It is not known anal caused th blast
but it is supposed to have hern the result
of a shot going off prematurely Just as the
men, who were on the night shift, were
lesvlng their work. The bodies were re
covered late this afternoon.
The state mine Inspector and his aids
Immediately bean an investigation to fix
the responsibility for the accident.
Ftrrr. Klabt at toaster Dance.
SCOTT'S BLl'FF, Neb., March 31.-(8p-
clal.) Aa the result of an attempt to break
up a dance which marked the end of
three daya' celebration of Easter, a large
number of Russians, variously estimated
at from forty to sixty, engaged In a free
for-all fight here last evening which waa
stopped only by determined effort on the
part of officers and after a score had been
injured, two or threo of them .erloualy.
B-) far as caa be learned there were no
faUUtiea. . .
Ferret , t Dei Moinei Think They
Have Found Big Sum.
MONEY IS UNDIVIDED EARNINGS
Pastor at MltclrellTille Paan fteaola
tlosi Kadaralaa; Methnda af Mia
Uarrlasn stud Installation
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
PER MOINES, la., March 31. -(Special
Telegram.) Tx ferreta commenced suit for
the county' treasurer today to compel the
Iowa Loan and Trust company to prty
W In bnck texe., ullea-ed to obe due on
money of the company nnf reported for
taxation. It is elslmed thnt the money In
question wss hold In the vaults of the com
pany as undivided earnings..
Paetora Endorse Woman.
The pustora of Mltehellvllle. th s'te of
tho state school' for delinquent girls, have
met and adopted resolutions exonerating
the superintendent. Miss Garrison, for any
blame In conncctldn with the disturbances
there and declaring thHt she Is doing lust
rlsht In her management of th! school.
They approve the .building of cells at the
school for the Confinement of tho g'.r'.a and
believe that the.y will not often be used.
Wui State to Interren.
Th State Railroad commission today re
ceived from the West Council Bluffs Im
provement club formal request that the
commission Intervene with the Interstate
Commerce commission and demand adop
tion of a 5-cnt far between Council Bluffs
and Omaha, with transfers with the city
lines. Th' entire eontroversy Is set forth
and the Iowa, commission Is urged to take
It up under the new; Iowa law which makea
it possible for the. commission to appear
for the stat or for Iowa people. The com
mission will do so.
Farmer Co-Operative Company. '
There was filed with the secretary ot
state today the articles of incorporation ot
tho Farmers' Co-operative association of
Blanden, la., formed with. (6,000 capital
stock to carry on a general co-operative
merchandising business. The Elk port
Creamery company of Klkport filed articles
with $0,000 capital. The Bronson Savings
bank Increased Its capital from $10,000 to
Taft Clobs Are Active.
A letter has Just been sent out over the
state by F. D. Jackson on behalf of the
Taft clubs coiling upon all republican!,
progressives as well as standpatters, to Join
the clubs and give support to the movement
which was started the. week of the Carroll
good roads and ether conferences. The
statement declares that there la no other
purpose In the clubs than to have the next
state convention endorse President Taft and
that the organisation Is not supporting any
candidates and will not do so.
An Aa-ent tr Leg-talatnre.
Next week the Constitutional Amendment
association will select a lobbyist for the
work in the legislature next winter In urg
ing the adoption of a constitutional amend
ment. It is the plan to employ a competent
agent who will manage the oampalgn and
see to it that men are nominated for office
at the primaries who will favor resubmis
sion and later see to It that th matter Is
carried through the legislature.
Blew Lntlteran Hoapttal.
Although the board for th new $50,000
Swedish Lutheran hospital to be located In
Des Moines has several sites under con
sideration, it Is not believed that th choice
of location wlll"be mad for several days.
The board, whlotxt holding Its sessions In
the. Swedish-Jjuthera.n church, has adopted
articles ot Incorporation for th hospital
The name of tbi, new local Institution is
to be the pea v$tolnes hospital and the
capital Is placed at $500,000. . Rev. C. A
Randolph of Stanton was made head of the
May Amend Scott
Indications that House Committee
on Agriculture Will Make it Ap
ply to Cotton.' Only.
WASHINGTON, March Sl.-The Scott
bill, prohibiting dealings In futures in the
grain markets of the United States, with
amendments so as to apply specifically to
cotton exchanges only, is In the indicated
outcome of th 'deliberations of th sub
committee of the house commute, on agrl
culture, to which an antl-optlon proposed
legislation -was referred.
The sub-committee waa In session at a
late ' hour last night, but was unable to
reach a conclusion. The committee will
hold another meeting late today.
A number of Important changes in the
bill Introduced by Chairman Scott were
diacuaaed. Th sub-committee decided to
Incorporate a provision, substantially slm
liar to one of the sections of the Elklns
act, relating to immunity.
Another conclusion was to redraft the
language relating to the transmiselon of
matter concerning antl-optlons so that only
such mall as it- Is Intended to reach in
th. effort tb .atop the promotion ot futures
transactions shall b. affected.
The Soand Mcrp of bee Health.
The restorative power of sound sleep can
not be over estimated and any ailment
that prevents It Is a menace to health.
j. L.. Poutners, Kau Cinire. Wis., says:
"For a long time I have been unable to
sleep soundly nights, because of pains
across my back and soreness of my kid
neys. My appetite was very poor and my
general condition was much run down.
have been taking Foley's Kidney Pllla but
a short time and now aleep as sound as a
rock. I eat and enjoy my meals, and my
general condition is greatly improved.
fan honestly recommend Foley's Kidney
fins as i Know they bave cured me." For
aale by all druggists.
torn Bottled Beer.
Phone your order for STORZ BOTTLED
BEER to Charles Stors. next door north
of Btora Brewery. 'Phones Webster 1160.
Ind. B-1J61. Prompt delivery guaranteed
same prices as formerly.
Mrs. Helen Johnson.
Mrs. Helen Johnson died Wednesday
afternoon at her home, 211 South Twen
tieth street. She was a widow, her hus
band having died eight or nine years ago.
Although relatives In Michigan have not
been heard from. It Is expected that the
funeral will be held at Cole-McKay's
chapel, Friday afternoon at J o'clock, and
Interment will be made In Forest Lawn
' Foley's 'Kidney Remedy will cure any
case of kidney and bladder trouble not
beyond the reach of medicine. No medi
cine can do more.. For sale by all drug
gists. ' Office for Montana Man. ;
WASHINGTON, March 1 Nomlnatlona
sent by President Taft today to the Senate
Included that ut Walisr H Hill of Billings.
Mont., to be an Indian Inspector and Irri
9 7 I
ASSESSOR MAN FARES FORTH
orty-Scven Tax Sleuths Take Trail
of Personal Property.
REAL PEYINO INTERROGATIONS
nqnlsltlve Official Persona to Delve
Into Secrets of Family Heirlooms
and Brle-a-Brae Penalty
The deputy tftjt assessors will soon catch
you If you don't watch out.
Forty-seven sleuths from the office of
County Assessor river start out Friday
morning on their annual mission, which Is
to assess the personal property of Douglas
county residents. They are armed with
registry books and a printed blank con
taining all sorts ot questions about one's
property. Thirty-six of them will labor in
the city of Omaha, six In South Omaha and
fifteen In the country precincts.
Among other questions which will be put
"Any pigeonhole of bagatelle tables?"
"Diamonds or precious stones owned by
you or members of your family? (On this
question a good many rate payers will
choke hard for It will be a distressing
novelty to be called . on the grill about
If a resident of Omaha the chances are
the deputy assessor will not be unduly in-'
qulsltlve aa to the number of bushels of
Kaffir com in your possession or the
'number of jacks and Jennies."
Tho state laws provide a heavy fine for
being ugly about this little matter of
personal taxes and while- a good deal of
personal property may be falsely sworn
to. In Omaha as well as throughout the
United States here Is what the offender
'If any person shall make a false or
fraudulent list, schedule or statement.
required by this act, or shall willfully
fall or refuse to deliver to the assessor,
when called upon for that purpose,, a list
of the taxable property, which under tbls
act Is required to be listed, or shall
temporarily convert any part of such
property ntqi property not .-taxable, for
the fraudulent . purpose , of . preventing
such property from being listed and of
evading the payment, of taxes ..thereon,
he shall be guilty of a. rnisdemeanor and
subject, to a fine of not less than $50,
and not more than $2,000. And if any per
son shall knowingly swear falsely regard
ing any matter contained In such sche
dule or Interrogatories, he shall be
deemed guilty of perjury and punished
Causes for Wreck
Iowa Railroad Commission Completes
Its Inquiry Into Disaster
DES MOINES, la.. March 31. Members
of the state railroad commission returned
today from Marshalltown where the In
vestigation of the recent week from which
fifty-one deaths resulted was completed
yesterday. The report to the governor will
assign several possible causes, but prob
ably no one definitely. Testimony from
various witnesses showed as conjectural
causes, a broken rati, the condition of the
road bed, the backward speed of the loco
motives which was found to be twenty
five miles in hour and spreading rails.
Terry School Row.
TERRY, S. D., March 81. (Special.)-Following
the acquittal of Prof. Wlllebrandt
of this place, the principal of the school,
who waa charged by the parents of Myrtle
Swain with assault and battery upon their
daughter In the exercise of discipline, war
rants were Issued for the arrest of Mrs.
Roy Swain, the mother of the girl; Richard
Kemp, a union picket, and Roy Markham,
the girl's sweetheart, charging them with
disturbing a school durlng'sesslons. Both
cases are the outcome of -the union troubles
In Terry. According to the evidence In the
first case, held btfore Justice Qulmby In
Lead, the girl rebelled on account of being
reproved for the use of the word scab
and other terms Prof. Wlllebrandt deemed
objectionable, and he was obliged to use
miM fnreo tn aetid her from the room. He
was acquitted of wrong doing. Now, In the
present case brought before Justice Acker
man of Deadwood, he charges that the
mother and friends of the girl entered the
school Immediately aftor the trouble and
threatened him, using the same words ap
plied by the girl. All three furnished bonds
'for their appearance and the case are at
tracting considerable attention.
Moui rails Frees Sold.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D.. March 81. Spe
cial. ) W. C. Cook of this city, chairman
of the republican state central committee,
has disposed of bis Interest In the Sioux
Falls Dally Press and tha South Dakota
Farmer to C. L. Dotson, who thereby be
comes sole proprietor of these two news
paper properties. Mr. Cook will continue
to reside in Sioux Falls, but ba has not
Indicated In wha line of work he will en
gage. Mr. Dotson came to Sioux Falls
from Dea Moines, la., in 1M1, and engeged
In th publication of the press In partner
ship with W. 8. Bowen, one of the pioneer
newspaper men of the state, ho later aold
his Intereot to Mr. Cook.
Itlsens Ticket at Lead.
LEAD. S. P., March JI.-t8peclal )-A full
city tkeke-t to be known a the cittiens'
ticket and composed of men In sympathy
with the Homestake Mining company's at
titude against ths Western Federation, has
1 i j
Hen's Raincoats, Top Coats
aad Rubberized "Slip-OiT Coats
Those practical, comfortable and 6tylish coats very specially priced
Men's Raincoats 52-in. lengths, Men's Covert Top CoatsNew
jood strong worsted cloth-a rn est styles 36-inch 7 CA
Jo7:t.,an.qUar.ter.!lned: . . lengths-special ..... 57.50
Men's "Presto" Raincoats Convertible "two-in-one" collar'
plain and fancy worsteds and cheviots JA SOQf
correct style for every occasion Vl.""vJs. "vXtJ
Men's Fashionable Spring Overcoats 38 to 42-inch lengths
English coverts, black oxfords, new fancy ?flft 1O50 Ci
grays, etc., at $lU-$JLZi -$13
Children's Reefers Just the thing for spring wear reds, CA
shepherd plaids, new grays, special at ViVV
been nominated. The ticket Is: Mayor,
Harry I Howard; treasurer," Joseph F.
Peters; police justice, Thomas 11. Moore;
cMy just fee, William Qulmby; aldermen,
Thomas H. Qoodman. A. D. Ferguson, Ben
jamin R Stone, M. D. Pool, Oeorge Morth
land, Paul Plnaonnault, Jamea E. Cooper,
ITed Harris. The Issue Is clear cut and It
Is generally conceded that the fltrht will be
a stiff oive, aa aennlmen Is strong on both
Sides and the city Is divided on tho ques
tion. BEATRICE MAN IS BURNED
John McQulon Fatally Injored by Ex
plosion of Gaaollno at
BEATRICE. Neb., March SI, (Special
Telegram.) John MoQulnn. employed In
the Union Paciflo round house here, was
fatally burned this morning at Valparaiso,
Neb. He was called to that place to repair
an engine and was using a gasoline blower
when an explosion occurred. His clothtig
cauzht fire and hla body below tl'C - '
was literally cooked before the fin
extinguished. He Is In a hosn! a
ooln. but cannot recover. Mt ; .
years of age and his parents
Oood results always follow the use of
Foley's Kidney Pills. They give prompt
relief in all cases of kidney and bladder
disorders, are , healing, strengthening and
anti-septic. Try them. For sale by all
When you want what you wont when
you want it, say so through The Be Want
FOR NEBRASKA Fair and warmer,
FOR IOWA Fair and warmer.
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
t a. m
6 a. m
7 a. m
t a. m
t a. m
10 a. m
11 a. m
1 p. m......
2 p. m......
4 p. m......
, 6 p. m
7 p. m......
8 p. m
,. L.u.-al Record. .
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. March 81. Official record of tem
perature and precipliauun compared wiin
the corresponding period of the last thres
years: 1U10. ltfOO. 190K. 1907.
Maximum temperature ..67 6 61
Minimum temperature .... S 2 31) 27
Mean temperature 63 89 48 33
Precipitation '. 00 .19 .0(2 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and compared with the lost two years:
Excess for tho day
Total excess since March 1 694
Normal precipitation 06 Inch
Deficiency for the day 06 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 T
Deficiency since March 1 1.S9 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1909.. .Winch
Deficiency for cor. period, 1908. . .78 Inch
Reports From Btatloaa at T P. M.
Station and Temp. Rain-
State of Weather. 7 p. m. fall
Cheyenne, clear 60 .00
Davenport, cloudy 60 .98
Denver, clear 60 .09
Des Moinea, clear 60 .00
Dodge City, clear I .00
Lander, part cloudy 60 .00
North Platte, clear- 68 ...at
Omaha, clear 64 .00
Pueblo, clear 80 .00
Rapid City, clear 6 .00
Salt Lake City, cloudy 60 .00
Santa Fe, port cloudy 60 .tt
Sheridan, cloudy 62 T
Sioux City, clear 6 .00
Valentine, clear 61 .00
"T" Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
$3.50 - $4.00
Special Values in
Tou will be fitted by Measurement
WALK-OVER SHOE STORE
314 SOUrsT 1STS IfMlT.
ED . TIOWUR, walk-Over Man.
Smith & Nixon
Piano Stock Bale, Begins
SATURDAY AT HAYDENS
Watch Papers for Particulars
POSTMASTERS AND CARRIERS
Name of Those Who Will Serve
Govern ment In lovra aad Month:
De.otn. .... . ; .
WASHINGTON, March SI - - Spe. H Tele
gram.) New postmasters appointed an as
follows: ... x
Iowa Foster. Monroe county. Jesse W.
Harter. vice W. Corny, lenlnned. llts.
I.oulsa countv, I.uella M. Letts, vice r. Tt.
Furnas, resigned. ' "
Bcuth Dakota Kenyon, Tripp countv,. Al
fred ft. Wadleijjh, vice J. Wad'.olg'h.- re
signed, fpenoer, CcCook countv. Kdwnrd
F. Irfjvejoy, vice J. MefJreacr, drcean-d.
Vale, Butte county, A. Kosenar, vice M. O.
Rural carriers appointed for Iowa rows:
Atlantic, route 1, Virgin E. Nelson, car
rier; no substitute; route 2. .phklo Nr-ff,
carrier; no stihatitute; route 4, Chnrlea W.
Anthony, carrier: Mao M. Anthonv. sub
stitute; route 7, Chsrles Brown, carrier;
Henry Rueh. substitute: Hamilton, route
1. William V. Pack, carrier; no substitute.
DAMAGES FOR CHERRY WIDOWS
;x Women vt ho Lost Ifasbnnds In
Mine Given Jadsmtrnt by Agree-'
CHICAOO, March' 31. -By ' a compromise
I six widows of victims of the Cherry mine
disaster. In which nearly 800 lives were
loat, were today awarded Judgments of
H.620 each against the St. Paul company.
The women sued for $5,000 each.
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111 South 18th Street.
THE W. A. ROBERTSON
SU217AY CI&AR STORE
16th and Dodge Street
Will be sold at Private Sale To
The Highest Bidder
TUESDAY, APRIL 5
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOX
MAIL TOTTB BIDS TO BOOK 4-5.
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This Week Kdward Abeles, Arturo
Bemardl, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McGreovy,
Walter Lewis, Bi'.le Davis, Dorothy Drew,
Marvelous Hiltona, The Klnodrome an I
The Orphenm Concert Orchestra.
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