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Til?: BEE: OMAILA. SATURDAY. APRIL 2. 1010.
Tiller, Start & Oeatonf
413-15-17 South 16th Street
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH QlHAr
nt for the Ruhtnan Brother' cir-iis ih,
Curt.iia Stretchers, like illustration, made of two and on
quvrter inch bass wood, adjustable fmrn, full sizp, non-
'Tustable steel pin; regular value $2.1 Saturday only, at.
CZDAH CHIPS The best moth preventive, and ha .5 no
unplenhrtut odor; we ytfer the reirular 10rr package, as a
Saturday special, each 5c
B&AS3 CUSPIDOR Lar?e size, self riirhtin. like illus
trationheight 72 inches, soldered center seam, sells
everywhere for $1.."0; our price, Saturday, only, each. 75 C
RUG B2LA.TER Like illustration 2."c value; Saturday
special, each 10c
Extra Jnd?? and Clerki of Eectioa
Will be Veccsivr.
frd O W'liK rf"t,ir of t. M--
'n t-hurrh. wll i'nt, milpm w;in
lette-- irtiii H'p er ieiu r. t. you
reioenc. mi j. Jisntll
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Istesss ntlant EllKtl Tsere Over
Rrmnrm f 1e fmm ir Rw
erds la Lle fM-U rm
Memphis and Kinmfi City
A small fir m ur-ed at the Cndahv Piick
ng piant Tinrsdav nmrnink. Inn dm ni
purMciilar tlitinare. It w discovered It
I .ne Duuli Clea-ioer department at 7 m
The .le,n, of Rnv Mi-Carth--. nan of R.
M M-Carthy. ev..;tee n n and Jacknnn Vf
iH-rurrert '1iifply The r-ire-.i
W1 he held Sl'lrl.ltf fntm th. f.ai.
The eitv attornev. S. L. W'nlw. i ' P m
n omnton resterda? that two mop Juds-s ; . M. PI"""""1" m.l ,ia;inh--r. Cora,
. , . . . nr. "n. o ar viouina rtm hum, or V
and clprHa wr n-r-sMry in ch P- Bfn Mrrhnie. wh.i la abi. to r.--,v 7,
cinct of th city undr th Australian hal- .-i,iI-t- at in tmi otnaha himpit.l. whnr
lot ayit-m. Th,a featura of tha Australian J" h-v'.ITL""'" 'V"'" 0r,erl : O
' nun npvMrai oaN am. .h nnna iIk v
. aole to muni tiomn mnn. 1 f 4
, i !
Si vlisli Sarins Suits
For Men and Young
h.nnf aa 't nllp tn P't'a. has w
the mihjr'-t of much dtaounatnn t lata.
and th Jmirmu ri trakin mort c.im- ! CCV CPif TRIII P.! FWniR
rrawntttm af Kallrnail. for
Law Vlolailoa ni
tim l.latrrt far Trial
FOR APRIL TERM ISSUED x
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t later- I At
DISCCSS CENTENARY PLANS1:-
Historical Society Members
Pioneer Hold Meeting.
HUGE TABLET AT BELLETUE
PrmUnt r.nnm f arr Caaaty
Plaaaar Aaamrlatlns Franlara Ca
Opratl of frnia Caaatr
Snath af tkia Oae.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Kava Hoot Mat It
wnhodJi Cartiriad rvbllo aoomatsnt.
Xltitliic TUHUM lui a Orandaa Co.
trlutlj Kajaa.Xa4a Vta. Iler Grand Cafa
Sr. Varolii fiHf ford has mtumad frnm a
short trip to th south.
lttBO. JTattoaal lAXm Xnaaraaoa Co. 1910
Chart a S. Ady. Gnerai Acent. Omaha.
lavtaura Aeooaata In Nebraska Savings
and Loan Aaa'n. One dollar to $S.(10 each.
Sis per cant per annum, credited semi
annually. Organised 1883. 10J Farnam.
Thraa CMldron Xla Aoenaara The teatl- I
-nony of threa little girls. year, of aaa Th. c.Ilt.tllr, wl(.hnlt,on of the mtis-
fn' ln d!9,r1;t cm,, majr ""2fclA bBr! "r",ent of tha first buslne,. concern on the
Philllpp. to th. pen,.,t1ary Phllllpp- ,( f NnnUfka. trad, of t.
wife brought her six sma.l children to the Amprlc Kr Trad!nf CTimpanr. by ,Iohn
hearth. Th two youngest of the- are Jaef,h Afor .,. whlrh wt be n,ld
hanlea In arms. ,t Betlwue. June 22. was given a great for-
Ca4 t am bar Company Offioara T!ie ward Impetus vestarday afternoon by tha
new officers of the H. F. Cady Lumber , meeting of members of the governing board
company wtll. It la understood, ba J. S. j 0f the .V.fcraeka tate Historical soclfty
White, president; Frank Ewtng. aKn-etary ! and committees from the Nebraska Terrltor
and treasur-r. Mr. White la the present ! iI Ptnnera' auriini .h- ti-i.- . j
Sarpy county pioneer aasM;iatinns and th
Historical association of South Omaha.
Tha meeting was presided oyer by John
L. Webster, president of tha State Histor
ical society, and the president of the Belle
vua Centenary Celebration association. Sec
retary C. F. Paine of Lincoln of the State
Historical society acted aa secretary of the
In his opening remarka Mr. Webster
stated that It was the Intention to maka
tha celebration more than a mere local
ewit. The establishment of the , Ameri
can Fur Trading post at Beilevue In 1S10
marked tha beginning of the commercial
development of Nebraska and it waa ap
propriate that the occasion should be made
tha most of.
Secretary Paine discussed that a tablet
or stona suitably inscribed should ba placed
on the rite of tha old trading post, and
that other historic spots about Beilevue
should be similarly marked aa being the
location of the first habitation of the
white man on Nebraska soil.
Saray Mea Alaa Eatkaataatla.
President Gosa of the Sarpy Pioneer "o
clety atrongiy favored the proposition, and
stated that ha would call the pioneers at
Sarpy county together early this spring
tn ascertain their views on the matter of
Joining la the centenary celebration aa pi'o
po.sed and to assist in looking after tha
local end of the celebration with tha Doug
las County association.
Ranresmtatives of the Douglas County
association expressed themselves aa heart
ily lu. favor of tha project ami would do
what thy could to maka tha centenary
aelebraiiun a greac success Similar assur
ances were given by representatives of the
South Omaha Hiaturic&l society.
A ah art time prior to the meeting of the
general committee, the executive committee
of tha Nebraska Territorial Pioneers met
nl.i nt on ar-count of the fact that two
judges are to be added. It is not knovn
whrther t!t democratic rouncilTnen
mwt in order that the extra men may be
regularly appointed or not. A snecial
meeting of the council is called at !0 a. m
this morning to allow the hills and a.-ar-es
at the etna of the month. There
ar a few matter of public concern to be
attended to as well. Nothing is sa.d of
the proposition to appulnt Ju1ge. The
probahiliite.i are that the council w'il come
to some understanding at least. If not.
tne boards as they now stand must swear
in the extra mumbers on election morning.
West Side l9 la Araas.
' The repuhllrana held a mwns last night
at Forty-flrit and F street, under the
auspices of the West Side Impravement
c!ub. and found there an
ment aaainst the levy of
tax at this time upon the street railway Jury trials wtll commence at ID a. m..
company. The residents beileved thor- (April S. Court will open at 9.39 each morn
oughly that the quest. on should remain j '"" Seven cases hava been set Tor trial
unchanned from the present very satlefao- j In Ihe district court, one of which an
tory arrangement. The arrangement Is ! Involuntary bankruptcy esse and five for
that no occupation tax snail be levied for , violation af the twenty-eight-hour law, in
five years, so as to give the aompany time ; which the Chicago. Burlington Qirncy
to complete this extension and a number j Railroad company Is defendant in four
others in thw city. The promise of casea and the Cnion Pacific Railroad corn-
prompt extension of car service is counted I P"y n cne case. Another exse la that of
! quite as much a boon as an occupation . tn United States against seventy -fiva bar-
and I tax would be. The above facts were the '
i basis of much araument before the ar- I
The trial csiendsr for tVie April term
of tha United States courts for the division
! of Omaha has been ieud and ir be.ng
; distributed to the attorneys.
; Judges V. H. Hunger and T. C. M in
' will both occupy tha bench dunna
, term. Judge T. C. Hunger sltt;ng in conrt E)
room No. t and Judge W. H. Mvingnr ln 7'
J court rocm No. 2. I
i Motions and tletnurrera noticed for hear- ! (f)
ing will he called the f!rt day of the 1 (i
j term. Monday. April 4. at which time aiso i iL
intenee sentl- the trial docket will be called and cases j yf
an occupation j asMgned for trial. t'
.. 'IT- )
Do any of these prices represent the amount you would prefpr
to invest in your new sprinsr suit!
If so. you will find upon insist injj the wonderful variety of
"Nebraska" suits at $12.h ami .f 1.00. that a great many
of the newest, nobbiest and most stylish jramients of the season
are shown here at these prices.
We have personally selected direct from th mills the fab
rics for these suits in order that we misrht offer you only such
garments as would earn YOUR approval and be worthy of bear
Ina: the " Nebraska " lael.
In style, color anil pattern you will find a wide ranjre from
which to choose; they will fit your buUd perfectly because the
workmanship is faultless, and will retain their good looka as long
us you wish to wear them.
You could not find better garments elsewhere at $3.00 to
Make us a visit XOTT and we'll both be glad you did so.
( rival of the candidates, and the assur-
sajcretary of the company. Until the reor
ganized company holds a meeting, no
fotmal announcement will ba mada of tha
new officers and the other probable
changes, if any.
A. B. Sittlnr la iualTS Efforts to find
B. B. Zittlng. tha crank who is writing
letters to Governor Shallenberger. hava not
yet proved successful. It has been dis
covered by deputy sheriffs that ZItttng
worked for a year or two until last July
for a farmer near Benson, named Hana
Otta. Since then ha has not been seen ln
tha neighborhood of Benson, except one
day two weeks ago, when ha appeared
afraid of arrest. That he has no connec
tion with the man whosa mall box he used
mmi to ba wall established.
OFFICER AUGHE'S TROUBLE
FOR WORTHLESS SPARXLER
Lsag Jat After Xearrw rarwwarded
aad Dlauaoaal Rceam4 Faaaal
af Smll Valse.
A long ohase. soma gun play and a fall
over a atona pile were tho experiences laat
night of Officer Augha ln pursuit of a negro
whom ha cam upon peddling a ring that
Pashetl a diamond. It waa at the corner
of Twelfth airaat and Capitol avenua that
the; officer spied tha outl'd gen'leman and
aa anon aa ha saw tha cop coma in sight
ha moved away. Tho ring; had changed
haada- for examination- and tho man with
whom tha negro sought to maka a deal
tranafarrnl. It to Augha. Or.oa ha saw tha
sparkla of the stone be thought it would
be well to hava an explanation. But the
negro waa disinclined to show and quicken
ing his atepa, it aoun beeamo a raoa round
aeverai blocks until tho pursued found
refuge ln tho Northweatern freight yard at
Fourtaenth stmt. Onca Augha thuught ha
ances of i.he candidates that nothing
would be done to prevent the car line was
received wtth great enthusiasm. It was
declared that the democrats fav-ir tha oc
cupation tax not so much aa a benefit
to the people aa for a leverage on the
corporation, and It was predicted that time
would show tho bad farth of the demo
cratic candidates in this particular.
All of tha candidates were present at this
meeting, although they arrived a Uttla lata
owing to an Important meeting at bead
quarters, Tho need of street car service in
that aeotlon waa brought home to Them
more forcibly than ever because most of
them had to walk.
Two meetings ar scheduled for tnn.ghr.
Ona la to be at the Highland school In the
rooms of tho Highland Improvement olub.
Twenty-seventh and Monroe street. The
other la to be at Lundln's hall at Twentieth
and, Missouri avenue.
Some little disappointment has been ex-.
pressed by the residents ln soma districts ,1
af tho city that the candidates have not
yet visited them. It is to be remembered
by those who are anxious to meet tha can
didates that the city Is pretty large and It
takes time to get around to all. A great
effort will be made to treat ail seetions
alike tn this respect.
Prompt Dealal by Trsatsa.
The latest canard of the pseudo demo
cratic organ in South Omahas. charging that
J. C. Trouton la a candidate for the ofCce
of chief of police, which was sprung with
the hope of engendering strife ln the re
publican ranks, haa been promptly put to
rest by a flat statement of the man moat
concerned. It la aa follows:
SOUTH OMAHA. March JL Ta the Kd
ltor of The Bee: n reply to the Oman a
Daily News. X would say 1 am not a can
didate for the office of chief of police, and
have not been. 1 waa nut effaced that po
sition and would not accept the same. But
I will say that I am for P. J. Tralnor, first,
laat and ail the time. Respectfuilv.
JOHN C. TROUTON.
In connection with the mention of proa
Dective candidates for the position of po
lice and fire departments. J. Fred Llnd of
the South Omaha department, on hia iprn
responsibility, makes application for con
sideration by the Board of Fire and Po
lice Commissioners. He la a republican
fireman and has been in line of promo
tion for sumo time.
Jawlat Ceremaay Olwti eu.
Harry Lavldua. Twenty-fifth and if,
president of the Congregation of Israel, In
vited a number of prominent people of the
city of Omaha to attend the ceremonies of
ihe Eighth day, and the naming of his
infant son. Earl Lapidua. The ceremonies
were under the direction of Rabbi O. Zack
heim. the newly appointed rabbi of the
reis of vinegar, embracing a r'olatlon of
the pure fond law. One ease In equity,
that of Royal P. Drake, trustee or the es
tate of Patrick McKilllp. bankrupt, axalnst
Henry L. Burgnrne and the Union Central
Life AMiiranre company, will also be heard
In the district count.
The criminal docket of the district court
will not be called until the grand Jury,
which meets Tuesday, completea Its work.
The circuit court docket shows twenty
two law and seven equity cases noticed.
it is expected that the grand Jury will
remain in session about two weeks, and
by that time the circuit court docket and
civil cases will be disposed of.
It is Inrended to bring several of the old
land casea that have been encumbering
the docket for two or three rears to trial
at this April term, which will run the
term well into the month of May. Just
which of these will be taken up first haa
not yet been determined by United States
Attorney Howell. Assistant United States
Attorney A. W. Lane of Lincoln will as
sist in the trial of the district court cases.
Boy s Wash
It's most time to oYes th
br. in one of our heau'lf1!!
new Wash S'lits. Thi eo.i
our showing is exceptionally
hRildme snd embraces everv
desirable f;it- color of wan
abie materials, in both Rn.
an snd .lior Blouse style.
Thee garments sr well
made snd perfect fitting he
airle being priced very reas
Thev'tl plesse both you and
your hoy on first sight.
Will that be soon?
95c to 3.95
Boy's 'Skule Sute'
This suit 1b mad") especially for boy, whose work or
play is o BtrenuoiiB that ordinary garments fall to with
hold the wear and tear, to which they subject their
W have selected this fabric becausi of Ua unusual
strength. We have also carefully selecretl the: linings,
trimmings, and even the thread with which it la sewed;
consequently thia auit will meet the moat extraordinary
demands of any boy.
Altho' wsj place the greatest emphsra upon its re
markable wearing qualities, thia suit la fully aa gtylinh
and handsome In appearance as any boys' suits shown
elsewhere at $1 to $3 morsi Let us show you thia
"Skule Sute" at
'The House of
had the man at hia merry. Hia hand waa i anj decided to hold the annual midsummer South Omaha congregation. After the riles
a lit to grab hia coat tails, but the atone
Though he had the ring, he missed his
man. lost much vitality and had several
Inches of skin shaved oft hia hands, which
required Ihe attention of the police sur
8ons. But worse than all, when the ring
w aa plaued under tha glare of the lights ln
celebration of tha association at Beilevue.
Superintendent W. M. Davidson, Judge
Doane. John L. Kennedy, W. H. Robbiua
of Beatrice and others spoke briefly In
were performed a sumptuous dinner of sev
eral courses was enjoyed by the men to the
number of fifty or more who had responded
to the invitation. Among the guests waa
Mayor J. C. Daiiiman of Omaha, Judge A.
Stars Bottle Beer. i
'Phone your order for STORZ BOTTLED !
BEER to- Charles Storz, next door north j
of 8 tors Brewery. 'Phones Webster 12M.
Ind. B-126L Prompt delivery guaranteed j
same prices as formerly. .
TRIBUTE TO ART L0CKW00D
Werda L'ttered ay AI
Aaser1eaa la Beaall ef Xewa
paper at Tlaelsilty.
An organ repitol by Martin W. Bush,
aastated by Fred G. Ellis, baritone, waa
given at the First Congregational church
Mr. Bush, should give more concession in
' the way of tempo to the beautiful flowing
cantilena ln tha first movement. With the
' development of more power of insight his
work will gain noticeably. In all directions.
But Mr. Bush has years ahead of him. and
much ground already well established.
Mr. Ellis gave an aria. "The Trumpet
Shall Sound." from Handel's "M-sslah."
The Aberdeen Dally American of Aber- last evening, and the program, together , and a group by Tschalkovsky
deen. 9. D., haa thia to say of Arthur S.
Lockwoed of Omaha, Whose death oc
LOCKWOOD COMES NO MORE.
The news that Art Lockwood Is dead
has brought sadness Into every newspaper
office and pnntanup in the northern part
of South Dakota, where he has been
known and esteemed, as the representa
tive of the Carpenter Paper companv.
Genial, happy hearted, square and faith
ful in every relation wiui all who knew
him, his paasing has taken from the
round of duties one of the most pleasant
breaks ln the routine ainca ba may coir
Taaen ill at his home ln Omaha on
March 13. ha underwent an operation four
dava later for appendicitis and tnree davs
after that he was dead. Perfect nemtli.
strong constitution and a prospect of fu
ture happiness and useful life were un
availing to stay the hand of death. He
had lately gone tn oft the road to a
place ln the office ana. a career of wide
ectlvlty in the. bumwe'ss opened before
him. only to ba shut off by this sudden
The sympathy of the entire newspaper
fraternity that he visited is extended to
the bride of a rear ln the hope that the
bond that united them in the heart of the
friend and husband may aoutne the ache
with the consolation that their a ta a com
Chamberlain's Cwsii Remedy Is a medi
cine of great worth and merit. Try it when
you have a cold.
project and premised every ! L. Sutton. F. A. Bruadweil, N. K. Carter.
! Judge Jacob Levy. J. D. Ringer. Senator!
N. spkraei Aeqallted.
LOGAN. Ia., March U. (Special.) N.
I 3chroeder was acquitted of the charge of
assault with Intent to commit murder ln
the trial hers yesterday afternoon. The
Jury was out but a ahurt time.
j favor of the
A proDoaitlon. whuih met with consider- J- M. Tanner. ChUf John Briggs and
the police station doubts were raised as i ab)e favor wa, that Jun. a .,ho,d b. mBdo I number of others. After the dinner Sabut ! apenljt gal(1 Glr,.
to the genuineness and tne peaigree 01 iu. 4 holiday for Omaha and South Omaha, in I ickheim explained a nine runner to the no aU ,Q SM ln,m
i nonor or the celebration. uumue. wi .... .ii...uuu. ""'Co., ILJ3 Farnam.
program plans ere xiiggeated
tlhe ceremonies and the object aa viewed
with the manner in which tt was carriea
out. should have been heard by a much
larger audience. But 'twas ever thus.
After a series of good musical affairs
have been given, admission free, on Sun
day afternoon, tha 'admission-fee recital"
afterwards is usually treated Just aa was
Mr. Bush and Mr.. Ellis have been ex
ceeding generous hosts this winter to the
people of Omaha, and they have fur
nished many programs of much musical
worth. It would be Interesting to hear
their ideas Just now on the "F.-ee Sunday
Recital." and see if it would harmonise
with the experiences of J. E. Butler. Will
T. Taber. Homer Moore and otners of
The program last night was one which
can safely be sent to any of the musical
Journals with the heading "Omaha." and
Omaha will lose nothing by Its comparison
with other musical eenters.
Mr. Bush has always lived up to the high
standard of organ music, and with the pos
sible' exception of the "Barcarolle" from
"Hoffman's Tales" not the Doctor'si it was
fu.'ly up to the best grade. Somehow the
name Offenbach dun not louk will with
such company aa Bach. Wldor and Guil
mant. Probably there w.; e not manv In the
audience who knew Just what Mr. Busn
waa presenting in the Guilmant Sonata tn
D minor. It la one of the moat majestic
numbers in organ repertoire, and the young
gentleman displayed a technique, a power,
and a handling of the many difficulties
therein with a skill and ability which were
Thorne-junquestioned. The only suggestion for a
j sympathetic critic to offer wou'd be that
and llitsen. His splendid voice and vig
orous, mauly singing was . heartily ap
preciated by the audience and he is to be
congratulated on tho excellent things he
The recital waa greeted wtth enthusiasm
One being that the celebration should be ' from lh" 'K"nt ,,f Jwlh f"n- After this!
an all-dav celebration at Beilevue an.i rhr Mayor Diihlman mado a snurt address In
A Saaatlaa Saras
with both parties wounded, demands Buck'
len s Arnica Salve. Heals wounds, sores, j tfa .ddrMMW ,nuuJ4 b g)vwl trre ! which he made mention of the splendid aJ-
' under a big tent. Another waa that the!1-"" of civilization or Uie last century
' celebration should oonilnue over two days. ' in America, which had made possible that j
... . 'with a big celebration ln Omaha at night. ! degree of tolorance through which tha Jew j
ar hi I , with au.Tresses by men of national eml-
NEWS OF THE ARMY POSTS
First Mestesant W. C. Short of Fart
Creole Grnatad Leave af Abeese
Ceartaaarrta le Ordered.
Leave of absence tor twenty days has
been granted First Lieutenant W. C. Short
of the Sixteenth Infantry. Fort Crook.
General court-martials have been ordered
to convene April at Foria D. A. Rus
sell and Riley for the trial of miscel
laneous military offenses.
Honorable discharges from the army have
been ordered granted by purchase to
Drum Major H. L. Flowers, band, and
Private George Strobe! of Company G.
Eleventh infantry: Sergeant Byron A. Rice,
band, and Private P. C. Adams of Troop
C, Eightn cavalry, and Private J. B. Har
vey of Company I, Third battalion of en
gineers. Major W. F. Blauvelt. paymaster. United
States army, connected with the Depart
ment of the Mlasouri, on duty at Kansas
City, has been transferred to Washing
tun. D. C, as post psymaater in that city.
United States army, has been aligned to
duty as depot paymaster at Kansas City,
Mo., succeeding Major W. F. Blauvelt.
Master Signal ElectrlciM Neld P. Yer
gensen has been ordered to proceed to F.'rt
Riley. Kan., to superintend the inula: l.t
tlon of the buzEer telephone system a: the
target range at that post.
Captain James D.
at Portland. Ore.,
Taylor, jr.. stationed
aa depot paymaster.
Why suffer from meumar'sm w;tn via
application of Chamberla'n s Lit mcnt g1-
BIG PURCHASE OP LAD1KV SUIT
Artanl :.- Talaes for $23.
Sale Saturday, Cash or Credit.
The People's Store buys the samples of
four traveling men from theflrm of David
Turkel Manufacturing company. 28 West
Seventeenth street. New York City.
Through our eastern buyer we purchased
lfiS garments from the above firm at one
third and lees than regular price. These
are all high-class, strictly tailored spring
suits and separate coals. Only one of a
kind. Assortment includes the very laiest
styles. Materials are French serges, diago
nals, fanry worsted and shark skins. Soma
Jackets are taffeta lined, others with Skin
ner satin, mada with the new long shawl
collars In one and two-button effects.
Skirts are full pleated and made to match.
We will charge extra for alteration ou
these sale garments.
Saturday tn our Mu a Clothing depart
ment we will offer special reductions ou
the broken lines left from our big ICa.ner
sale of last week of men's suits and spring
overcoats. Saturday's prices are H7..V9.
Cfi.uO. &2.30 and fie.00. We also carry a full
and complete line of men's furolhing
goods, hata. gloves, shoes, etc. Everything
s sold fur either cauh or on very easy
payments. We will be pieaxed to have you
open an account with ua and cheerfully
extend to ran ail the privileges of nor
liberal credit system. We give "3. at H."
Green Trading Stamps with ail purchases
in all departments.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
burns or lnjurie.
PAIMTERS ACCEPT A
; and tha Gentile could meet on a commuM '
Desaaad af Fifty teste aa Hoar Met
ar Offer af fartr-vs aad
Half. akUk la Aeeested.
(,- nf mutual concession h
aled ana wneiever im i""-- - - , lt!M tu consist
aimers' strike have been removed. At a tranapurtatlou,
pecial meeting of local No, 10 of the j Hnance
hiim era. Decorators' and Papeihangers' t
nenre at the auditorium or some other
footing and the Jew give instruction in a
.suitable place. i peculiar faith without a ripple oi oftense.
I A motion prevailed for the aonainim.nt ! bul sm brotherly feeling prevailing!
of several committees to perfect the further i a"
In the exclusive concourse of men of '.
Pr ! .letml. ,,f h. ni.hr,inn tw .,. ' either faith In th past.
uf one on
najj Aner uiis ceremony a eeconn ceremony j
waa Derformed at the Uume or aamuel
of Ameneal last night In Labor ;
V,mpla It waa decided to accept tha master j
taintera' orrer or i'i nmu en num. m eiml
ireaee to take effect from May 15. The
' iresent rate of wages Is 41 cents an hour.
The operatives asked SO cents, and In reply
he employers Monday made the offer of
TVi cents. It waa to vote upon this propo
iltlon that tho meetln was called for last
Whipe Horses Wklle Tied.
CEDAR FALLS. Ia.. March SI. Spe-
Telegram.) The J-year-uld son of
Ward Piarre was eimut scalped today
i Meverscn. This ceremony s as pr!' ate In i
churacter. only the relatives and a few in, i
i t'.mate friends being pieaent. I
I Hank Rewards la Staves. i
' The month of March has been one of
I ret ni da so far as the prices of all live
when thrown from a buggy. The child! ,ol' ' concerned and it has shown spien
got into a. standing rtg. whipped the ' ,t'd:y !n tn matter of receipta of cattle
hnrsea until they bro.e loose and .11. d j Wore cattle were received at
duwn the street. In the accidant tne South Omaha during the month than have
scalp was torn until the skull waa ex- ! leeu received in auy prevlt.ua March in
the history of the yirds. The lncreaae haa
. been above 10" head and the actual re-
ce.pia for the month were 9S.1&9 cattle, j
'; hogs ai:d 19 ; sheep. The lighleat ;
j run of hoga snua lioO " recurded. I
Nausea. Headacne. Biliousness and I An illustration of tne high pnree of j
many other bed eymptoina: and beanies, hogs was the sule of sixty-two head of;
yon will not need laxatives to keep your hugs Thursday, waich sere shinned to
of indlgestioni stomach, liver and intestines clean and this market by Kent A Burke of Mer-'
here tr readers who are subject to Stom-I fresh. chiston. Neb. Theae hugs averaged 3U '
sell trouble knew the tremendoua antl- If your Mtomach Is sour and fjll of gas i pounds each. TUev also topped ths mar-I
f-ment and digen. virtue contained inor your f wd doesn't digest, and yourKe, ,;ttjg aod lny netted to the ship-I
riapepsm. This harmless prarauoa will j mem, aunt .-em to fit. wtly not , cm. "A The commis-ion men de-!
d!et a heavy etesl without th. slightest! jO-cent eaas from your druggist and make , , h nrobj.hiv ould v. - '
f.is or dim.rnf..rt. .n1 rell-e the eour-jlife wortn living" Aheoiute relief from olard th" U probb'y would
-rom-ch tn riv. k-..h. s,im.-ti m;serv and oerfsct dl.,i ' day before that mucn money would ex-,
INDIGESTION- AND STOMACH DISORDER
- U little Diapepiia will make you feel! orh
5 . i manv
fiae ia fiTe minute.
There would not be a case ef Indlgestioni stomach. liver and intestines
overcoming a.1 foul. Nauseous odors from, anything you eat l
the breath. , minutes arter. and oeaiaee. one case la
As your pharmacist to show ynu that sufficient to curs a wnols family of such
fxrmula plainly printed sr. each. aO-cent; trouble.
case of Pipe's Diapepsm. then you will Siu-ely a harmless, inexpensive prenora
re.dily understand wiiy thte promptly ; tl.n like Dtapepsin. whlcn will always,
cures Indignation and removes such avm-ielther at daytime or nigtit. relieve your
P'nma as Heartburn, a reeling use a iiimpiitomicn misery ana eigesi your mea
hands on una carload of hoga '
of lead 111 tne stnniacn, ltaicning or uui aa nsauy ana aiuun s uiing as i xi.
and EruotaUi'ue of audigested food, water you aouid hava ut the house. ' I trip
Mamie t'ltr siaaaia.
Jack Cavanaukh has goae to Dee Moines !
to try out titr tne Westem lesgua - Hs will i
Tos fnende of George Vana save him i
a aurpris party at his home Wednesday
evening In celebration uf his birthday.
L Kl'.y haa returned from a bua.neaa i
to Lss Muiues, lie wta as advance
- ... - . ... - .. - . . i
is mieo&eo lor
eye o! lady eeooomists
for ihe women who DON'T know that gun metal or
patent leather ankle tie "low cuts9 may be purchased
for a mere $1.95 per pair.
for the women who have, up to now. found it necessary
to pay AIORJE than $L95 for a pair of snappy patent
leather or lad oxfords.
for the women who are anxious to secure the maximum
of style in an extremely torty" 2-hole tie. patent kid
oxford at the minimum price $1.93.
for the women who formerly paid more elsewhere for
obsolete, ill-fitting, unregular lines of "jobs' just to own
-spend a half hour in our "'basement'"' and get a NEW
idea of economylearn of a new way. a new place, and a
new price on ladies shoes, of a grade that MUST come
up to "standard." ,
Fvio Charges IMo Deliveries Bui Amazing Values!
Sloe larfsd lasenee!
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