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HKK: OMAHA. SATOmAY; APRIL -. 1010.
rjrify(ryi0 1 DEMOCRATS HOLD POW
5 S" Jt1 J
V hkMIM a:
Flock to Des Moines from All Parti
CANDIDATES ON EVEEY SIDE
Desire lor Utile, hr Means Ul-
nliliktlBMkor of natrtlno
Will Ran 'for the
v Young College Men
AY particular stress upon the "striking-
ncss" of their clothes. When ve say
"strikingness" we do not mean "loudness,"
vvc mean "imprcssivencss."
"Sampeck Clothes arc made impressive
1 by their distinct styling, their fascinating
V fabrics and the skillful manner in which
they have been built. , t
v ' Come tomorrow and take a look at these
"V clever suits for young men. You will be
impressed with the clean cut styles and the
S18, $20, $22.50, $25
(From a Siatf Corespondent.)
DK8 MOINES, April ft.-8pclal Tele
gram.) The democrats of low held a con
ference and banquet here today and re
galled themselves with rounds of oratory
and abundance of enthusiasm. About 200
attended the conference. The plan was to
talk over the situation and se to It that
there were candidates In the field for every
office and no default anywhere.
The slat was agreed upon, at least not
openly, but a general understanding was
arrived at. It seems certain that 11. Bashor
of Waterloo will be the candidate for gov
ernor. He may be opposed In a friendly
way by John T. Dennlson, but this Is riot
likely. Neither Jerry Pullivan nor Claude
Porter will run for the place. No selection
was made for lieutenant governor. E. O.
Dunn and Walter lewey have been slated
for railroad commissioners, but S. H.
Mercer of Iowa City has entered tb race.
There were present several who will be
candidates for .congress. Including Frank
Stuart In the Eighth. Dan Hamilton In the
Sixth. Dr. DeArmond In the Second and J.
S. Pollard In the First.
At the general conference there were
speeches by Judge Wade, ex-Mayor Mathis,
E. M. Sharon, Charles Holly, Dan Hamil
ton, W. F. Marsh and others.
At the banquet tonight Governor Shal-
lenbrrger of Nebraska was the principal
The Iowa Jefferson club held a meeting
and elected as president ex-Mayor Mathis
of Des Moines, Jack Dalton of Manson
secretary and P. J. O'Malley of Perry
iTM YOU- PEOPLE'S
1518-1520 Farnam Street
For Saturday Only
We will sell 100 of our choicest dresses at this bargain
price, $12.50. Thia sale will be the astonishment of the sea
son.. We tell you the truth when we say, it's our leader for
Saturday's trade. These dresses run in value from $25.00
to $35.00. Come early. They can, 't last Jong at this price.
SUITS In the very finest materials and in all the season's
shades; for Saturday only . . $12.50
WASH DRESSES Worth up to $5.00; Skirt Store price,
Saturdny, only 2.08
Till 9 P.M.
oiganiied under the present name and Is
financially equlpiwd to do extensive work
on Its property. This company Intends de
voting most of Its time to the development
of the lithograph stone beds In the dis
trict, which are prolific. Some ten yeais
ago W. R. Pond and CJeorge Bock made the
lithograph discovery and some fine stone
has been taken out. but the field Is prac
tically undeveloped as yet. Tbe past work
has been in a broken formation, the stones
being small but '-of excellent quality, hut
tho prenrnt Intention Is to get below this
formation and reach the larger stone at a
point about 209 feet below the surface. The
stone mined In this district Is particularly
serviceable, as It is free from the pebbles
found In lithographic rock In nearly every
other locality In the I'nlted States and a
ready market Is on hand for all the local
stone that can be mined.
Peru at Peace
DECLARE FOR BETTER R01DS
Delegates to Omaha" Convention
Boost Highway Betterment.
AUTO ASSOCIATION IS FORMED
Catherine Bears Frolt la Permaaeat
Oramnl.at Inn Addresses filtfs
by Kxpert at Nebraska
was run up to 14. Wo, or Z points a1me the
close of yesterday.
It looked today ss though the sharp le
covery and the publication of sensationally
bullish Interviews with Mr. 1'atti-n hud
completely revived the apprehensions of
a May snueere and when people who had
sold earlier In the week on the talk of a
collapse of the bull pool turned to cover,
they found very little cotton offering, with
the market at times reflecting a nervous
ness verging on the panicky.
President Alfaro Says Mob Violence
in Capitals Does Not Reflect
LONDON, April 8. Henry Williams, con
fidential agent of the government of- Ec
uador, who Is now In London, reoelved
today the following cablegram from Presi
dent Alfaro of Ecuador:
"The turbulent manifestations at Quito
and Lima In no manner Interpret the senti
ment of the majority In the two countries
nor the pacific Intentions of the respective
governments The differences have been
submitted for diplomatic action which Is
directed to avoid war. Negotiations have
been Initiated for a direct sum through
mediation by the United States govern
ment. The commissioners will meet in
Washington. KI5Y ALFARO."
Mr. Williams thinks that It may be con
fidently assumed that there is not the
least probability, of Ecuador and Peru go
ing to war over their boundary dispute.
TLA Y1HG PART
(Continued from First Page.)
are likely to be cross-examined to the
greatest length If Mr. Brandels, the Glavia
attorney follows the precedent he has al
ready set with the minor figures for the
the Grand Jury
A. P. Moore of Pittsburg Leader Tells
What He Knows of Graft in
Win by Trying
That's the only way to secure on
of the twelve prizes In the Schmoller
& Mueller Name" Contest. Have you
entered? Send your name at once.
(Ark). Rothermell tPa), Shirley (Ky.).
,6uler (N..Y.), and Talbott (Md.).
Republicans voting with the democrats
for one battleship were: Bartholdt, Crow
(Mo.), Davis, Lindbergh, Tawney, Volatead,
Nye (Minn.), Gardner (Mich.), Qoebel,
. Howland (O.), Gronna (N. IX), Hamer
(Idaho), Henry (Conn.), Lawrence, Terrlll
(Mass.), Lenrott, Morse, Nelson, Stafford
(Wis ). McCall (Mass.), Murphy (Mo.), Nor
rls (Neb.), Prince (III.) and Wilson (III.).
Bay State Aggies
Win Indoor Rifle
University of Iowa is Fifth in Inter
collegiate Contest in Which 22
WASHINGTON. April . Massachusetts
Agricultural college of Amherst, Mass., has
won the championship trophy In the Inter
collegiate Indoor rU la shoot with a score
of 1.S4S out of a possible 2.000. The award
was made toduy by a committee of the
National Rifle Association of America,
which finished reviewing the scores of the
Washington (State college was second with
a score of 1.843. Columbia university ot
' New York was third with 1.814. the Uni
versity ot Idaho fourth with 1.805 and the
I'niverslty of Iowa fifth with 1,789. Twenty
two colleges competed.
On Saturday, June 18, the outdoor cham
pionship team match between the colleges
will fee held at Washington on the range
of the Uistrict of .Columbia National
BUILDING OPERATIONS BIG
Permits for Twenty Thousand New
Structures Issued in March.
COST OVER SEVENTY MILLIONS
Mllllaa aad m Half Mara Taaa far
aaaa Meat Last Year Coatra
dietary Caadltloa aa the
Pact fie Caasl.
HEARINGS IN PACIFIE
MERGER CASE CLOSE
Taltlaw f Kvldeaee Which Beaaa
War Aaa la Plaallr
NEW YORK, April 1-Flnal stages of
the long-drawn-out Union Pacific merger
litigation were, entered today when the
filing by the government of various at
tistirs. the taking of testimony in Its suit
to diksulve the I'nlon Paciflc-Kouthern Pa
tiflc merger as completed.
When the government tested lt case,
counsel for the railroad announced that
the defence alo tented, thus closing the
heailngs in the memorable action, the
papers in ulilch urie filed In Salt Lake
City, on J4iuar' Si, lWg. and in which the
taking of testimony has been In progress
mre than a year.
CHICAGO. April 8. Building operations
during March- throughout the country were
on a phenomenal scale In point of money
invested, according to advance sheet of
the Construction News. Permits were is
sued In fifty-two principal cities for the
construction of 20,718 buildings, involving a
total estimated cost of 70,ti,753 a com
pared with 17,481 buildings costing ltf),0&8,lSt
the same month a year ago. There were
increases In thirty-three cities and de
creases in nineteen.
The construction News will say:
"The Paclfio coast Is the center of In
terest ror a great many persons who
study the growth of cities and for the first
time the teswrt piesent contradictory con
ditions. San Francisco showing a decrease
of 47 per cent, while Los Angeles ha a
gain of 49 per cent Seattle has loss of
42 per rent and Portland a gain of W per
cen. Oakland has an Increase of 49 per
cent, wnne ban uiego makes a jump of
XA per cent. Tacoma haa an increase of
52 per cent. The decrease at Seattle should
not be disheartening, aa It la about time
that city ahould have a lull, because of pre
vlou tremendous activity, "
"Conditions for a continuation of activity
iwin gooa n an pans or tk oeuntry.'
WILL NOT VISIT INDIANAPOLIS
tataorltatlva Statvsaeat that Pre.l
deat Will IS at G. ta
H easier Capital.
WASHINGTON. April S.-Authorltativ
announcement was made at the Whit
House this afternoon that the president had
not changed his mind with respect to his
decision not to visit Indianapolis May t,
uii ni way west.
Protest from Brandela.
As soon as the committee was called to
order Attorney Brandels was on his feet
protesting against the letters written by
Secretary Balllnger last week complaining
of the numerous wholesale calls for papers
made on the department by the attorney
for the prosecution.
The secretary characterized Mr. Brandels'
course aa an oblique attempt to control
the manner In which the evidence should
be presented" and "a mere fishing process."
Mr Brandels complained of the delay of
the Interior department In producing pa
pers required and he asked that instruc
tions be Issued calling for the production
of the papers at once. Mr. Brandels at
tacked the position of Secretary Balllnger,
which he characterized as a remarkable
reversal of Ideas. He declared that at
first the secretary did not even want coun
sel, "lest It hinder the committee in its
search for the truth." Afterward he em
ployed counsel and now was protesting
against the production of papers,' he said.
Attorney Vertrees, In reply declared
counsel for the prosecution was "fishing"
because the main case put In against Sec
retary Balllnger "had fulled in all Its
"Kishing," remarked Representative Ollle
James, amid laughter, "don't hurt nothing
unless you catch something."
The discussion was ended by the adoption
of a motion by Representative Denby call
ing on the secretary of the interior to pro
duce all papers called for by the committee
with "all due speed." ,
t'hrlstenaen Uesumes Stand.
Andrew Chrlstensen, chief of field divi
sion of the land office, who succeeded
Gravis at Seattle when the latter was dis
missed, then was called. He said he had
trouble with Qlavls about the turning over
of certain official paper In the Seattle
office. Olavls, he said, took a bundle of
papers away with him and declined to let
Chrlstensen see them until he had made
Chrlstensen said that on advice of the
United States attorney at Seattle he made
a demand in writing upon Olavls, saying
a he wa no longer In the government
service he hud no right to the papers.
In response Glavis returned some papers
to the office the following day. After this
the witness said he found that twenty-four
letters mentioned In a receipt of Daoers
were missing from the flies
Third Decree Methods.
Mr. Chrlstensen read copies of letters
and telegram that passed between him
and the department regarding the missing
letters. - Mr. Vertrees apologized for ' in
flicting thia correspondence on the com
mlttee, but said It was necessary In view
of the Intimation of the prosecution that
ChriBtensen had "framed up" something
Members or the commute questioned
th wltnes at some length regarding the
minute details of how the discovery was
made that the letters were missing.
The correspondence read by tho witness
showed that others than Glavis were under
suspicion as to the missing letters.
general inquiry waa instituted by the de
partment and "third degree" methods were
resorted to. The letters were sub?equntly
found by Chrlstensen, it Is said, In a box
belonging to Glavis.
Mr. Chrlstensen was still reading fro
the volumlnou correspondence when the
luncheon recess was ordered.
PITTSBURG, April I. -Pursuant of the
request of District Attorney Blakeley, made
last night, urging the citizens, ot Alle
gheny county to appear before the grand
Jury investigating alleged municipal cor
ruptlon, and tell what ,they Knew of such
conditions, A. P. Moore, editor of the
Leader, went before that body today. His
testimoay consumed half an hour.
REPORT OK THE CLEARING HOISK
Transaction of the Associated Bank
for th Week.
NEW YORK. April . Bradstreet's bank
clearings report for the week ending April
snows an aggregate- ot k.f,llot.l&.wo. as
gainst 12.860,363.000 last week and 13,406,
043,000 in the corresponding week last year.
t rie renewing is a list ot the cities:
MiCA AND LITHOGRAPH STONE
These Prodaeta An Forming Sobatan
. tlal Oatnat of the
Black Hill. .
Uayaor Waald Anaal Marriage.
NEW YORK. April a-Rufu W. Gynor.
ciani sun or ayor vt imam J. Qaynor,
nas orougni suit to nav hi marriage
nulled, It became known today. John M.
Ward, th refere has mad a report to
the supreme cour; ' recommending tue an
numiunt. a the evidence show that Mr
Canr had a husband living when sb and
.Mr. Uaynor were married.
CUSTER. 8. P., April g.-(Speeial.)-Mlca
mining In the Custer district Is becoming
on ot the leading industries of the Black
Hills and one that la proving a source of
much revenue to the owners of the ground.
Two principal companies are operating In
this district, the Westlnghousa company,
which ha been slowly Increasing Ita pro
duction for the last tw years, and the Chi
cago Mioa company, formerly the Black
Hills Porcelain Clay and Marble company.
In the case of th former the company
found upon entering th field the wide
spread impression that the mica beds were
but pocket and likely to pinch out before
much work bad been accomplished. But
the company went ahead wtlh its develop
ment on th New Tork and White Kpar
mines and the supply soon commenced to
.Increase and to improve In quality as depth
waa gained. Today th Westinghouse com
pany ha gained a depth of 400 feet on the
New York mine and has a much finer
quality and a larger quantity of mica than
at any time during ita operations, and Jts
shipments to Denver and tl'ttsburg are
steady each month.
The Chicago Mica company was recently
nan ranclsco ..i... ,..
Cleveland ..r. ........
Salt Lake City
Washington, li. C...
St. Joseph '.
Albany . ,
Springfield, Mass. .
Jacksonville, Fla. .
Wheeling, W. Va..
Charleston. 8. C...
Wilmington, Del. ..
Kalamazoo, Mich. .
Cedar Rapids, la....
Fort Wayne '
Fargo. N. D ,
Columbia. S. C
Erie. Pa ,
Ploux Falls. S. D..
Bloomington. ill. .
SDrlnRfield. O. ....
South Bend. ind. .
Jackxon, MIns. .....
Decatur. III. .....
Mansfield. O. .....
Vltksburg. Miss. .
Jacksonville, 111. ..
S.ranton, Pa. ....
New York .IE.018.74S,000' I 10.1
Chicago ,... 27,433.0001 14.71-.
Boston (- I81,580,000. 1.3.
J71,445,WU Zl.V ...
- 73.4ti7.000 ' 18.31.,.
&3.115.00O 24.2). . .
i 51.040.000 6.31
46.2mS.Ofl0 25. !
12,OM),000 14.6 .
10,217,000 14.4 .
10.416,000 101.1 .
8.3Hl,O0O 8.8 .
Th 'THnaha good loads convention held
yesterday resulted In the organization of
a state automobile ossnclatlon and general
declarations for the betterment of the high
ways of the state. Delegates poured In
through the day and when the evening
session at .the Omaha Commercial club wa
nailed to order last night there was a full
AtC the. .night session Prof. George 11.
Chatburn of the state university, president
of the State Good Roads association, and
N. Johnson, stato highway engineer of
initio!, delivered speeches.
At the afternoon meeting in the council
chamber Prof. Chatburn led off with the
assertion that the present laws of Ne
braska must be revised before anything
worth while tan be accomplished In the
way. 00 securing good roads. He expressed
himself In favor of organization by counties
and then a compact, strong state organ
ization to make Its business particularly
the '.building of good roads.
Dan V, Stephens of , Fremont coupled
good roads and drainage together, the one
an being the natural complement of the
other. - He said Dodge county now has an
expenditure of $."00,000 planned for an ex
tension of its drainage system. He said
the educational prpgrajn is being puiihed
continually and the people of Dodge county
are now rrady to go to the legislature
In an' effort to have the laws changed so
that rto'wnshlps may' vote bonds if they
so' desire. He believed enough could be
saVd to the farmers of the country every
year by uniformly -good roads to build
two Panama canals a year, or $750,000,000.
' ' Flaro re in Dlspnte.
Engineer Johnson of Illinois in a brief
talk rather questioned the figures quoted
by Mr. Stevens, although he had helped to
make them. He said they were technical
figures, true In one sense, but not ac
tually ' setting out the essential elements
Mrv Johnsun said It Is very important to
start out right on a campaign such as Is
desired In Nebraska, and the first thing to
do is to have the laws amended In a proper
way. ' '
W. G. Whltmore, regent of the State uni
versity, made a hit with the delegates by
saying the days of poverty and drouth
have passed Irt Nebraska. "I believe," he
said, the farmers can afford to pay al
most any price In reason for good, perma-
neht roads. I am one of those who do not
care to buy an automobile until the roads
shall 'be put Into such shape that I will
not help to pull them to pieces If I speed
up the machine,"
Mr. Whitmore also alluded incisively to
the fact htot the progress of good road
making in Nebraska at present depends
solely on the death of good, thrifty citi
zens Who have amassed a competence or
perhaps a fortune. "That's too slow a
process," said he. even If it were the nest
In the world. I believe we have now come
to the point -where we must go fearlessly
and courageously to the state legislature
and demand what we heed in such a vital
matter as thia." r
.Senator Millard sent a letter to be read,
he being too 111 to attend, In which he
pledged himself to aid In every way possi
ble the good, ruada campaign.
John Grant and his son. Guy Grant, told
briefly of their observations during a recent
eastern trip. Their story was In favor
of the macadam that Is mixed with some
asphaltlc or taroid substance. The sprink
ling, or penetration, method had not proved
Major E. 11. Schultz. chief engineer of
the Department of the Missouri, was an
army headquarters visitor Friday morning.
Major Omar Bundy, assistant to the chief
Inspector of the Department of the Mis
souri, has been ordered to Chicago to
m.tko tlio annual inspection of the Depart
ment of the Lakes. He will return to
Omaha upon the completion of that duty.
Orders have Just been Issued from .the
office of the commissary general at Wash
ington, authorizing the Issue of Ice to the
posts of the Department of the Mlrsourl
In quantities sufficient for all needs from
April 1 to October 1. Heretofore the Ice
Issues have been authorised only from
April 15 to September 15. Ice will be Issued
all the year around to posts located south
of the twenty-third parallel.
FIRE DESTROYS NEw"TH EATER
Flame Wreck IIIJou Vaudeville
House at Dobnque l.oaa
Dt.'BUUUE, la., April 8. Fire broke out
In the flies of the new Bijou vaudeville
theater tonight and destroyed tho building.
The damage is $75,000. Firemen had a hard
fight to save adjoining buildings.
PRESIDENT HEMES IT ALL
Rise la Trice Same a Advance In
TOLEDO, O., April 8. Myron I Case,
president of the Imperial Window Glass
company, indicted yesterday at Pittsburg
by a federal grand Jury on the charge of
violating the Sherman anti-trust law, made
the following statement to the Blade today
from his home in Bowling Green, O.:
"The charge mado against us that we
have been a conspiracy in restraint of
the hand blown window glass trade Is un
true, as are the other two charges of Illegal
competition and monopolization of Inter
"We have not raised the price of window-
glass 50 or 60 per cent as reported, but only
about 26 per cent, and we were Justified In
doing this, since we have raised the wages
of the men 25 per cent. We did not liave
an agreement with the American Window
Glass company or any other concern. We
never tried to conceal anything from the
government, but offered to give the district
attorney any Information he wanted."
Kill Wife tor Borglar.
HARRISRL'KG, Pa.. April 8. Mrs. John
W. Bomgardner. wife of a plumber, was
hnt bv htr husband in mistake for a bur.
glar at their home In this city early today
and olea in a iew noma.
Our garments jhis
season show a de
ness. Frenzied frills
such as straps, tabs,
cascades of buttons
and the like are
their absence in the
That paragon of good
clothes values, Bourke
twenty -five the best
Suit, Raincoat or Over
coat that can be pro
duced for $25 is notice
able for the quiet, ele
gance of the lines and
the soft tones of the
fabrics used in their
We woultl like to soli . you
your clothes this sen son. Drop
in ami talk it over,
Suits, Kainconts, Overcoats
$18.00 to $40.00.
Bourke 's preferred-r-
that's our $3.00 hat is "mak
ing a big hit. ,
318 S. 15th St.
VENIRE FOR THE HYDE TRIAL
Jorr Official at Kansas City Will
Draw Two Hundred Panics
KANSAS CITY. April 8.-Judge Ralph 8.
LrfUshaw of the criminal court announced
today that the venire of . 200 men from
which would be chosen the Jury that will
try Dr. B. C Hyde on the charge of mur
dering Colonel Thomas S. Swope will be
Judge Ijitshaw made the announcement
after being assured by both sides that no
motions for a change of venue or. other
dilatory proceedings would be Introduced
to delay th beginning of the trial.
m I l.s
2.407,0001 88. 1
" 1. 106.0001
S 24.01 0
- 1 307 0001 11.1
' 2.000l 21.6:
-7'U.OOOl 24. '
. 595.0001 12.6!
618.000! x 2.7 ... s..
6M0O0I I -4.9
531 0001 58.8!
2H9.000 ! 0.3'.,....
. 3.251. OcOl I
26.31.000' I 13 2
11.244.000! I 8.7
Not Included In total, because compari
sons are Incomplete.
Not Included In totals because contain
ing other Items than clearings.
The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads,
SHARP RISE IN COTTON PRICES
Star Gae I'p Twenty. Mne rolnta
Above Flarare of Last
SEW TORK. April 8. There was a re
newal of speculative excitement In the cot
ton market today. There was no aggressive
bull support but the pries of May cotton
April Specials at
60c Pozoni'a Powder
Saturday, at ""
$1.00 Jlrky Perfume, Satur- C0
day, per ounce v
76c Tlvoll Powder, Jlf
Saturday, at 1'
60c Daggett & Ramsdell' Cold Cream
and 2bc caKe or u. it it. uoia iream
Soap, Saturday 28f
all for www
25c Jersey Buttermilk, box of 1()f
3 cakes, Saturday w
60c Casavera Oreaseless 3Sc
Cream, Saturday v ,'v
25c Mennen's or Colgates Talcum
Powders All odora IK
every day, at "v
76c Perrln's English Toilet 9Tf
11.00 Ricksecker's Toilet Waters All
odors Saturday g7p
60c Genuine Allegrettl Chocolates
Saturday, per pound, JJg
26c Peroxide Hydrogen, Q
25c Swansdown Powder, lft
Saturday, at mvv
76c full pounds of Cold Cream, Bea
ton's Guaranteed Cftg
Special lot of new odors, worth from
60c to $1.00 per ounce Saturday,
our extra special price
$1 00 Pompelan Massage iBf
Beaton Drug Co.
Farnam and Fifteenth
Leave Your Honey at
Home This Heans
Vhat It Says
Dr. Branaman Co. will give their reg
ular treatment (value $5) for one month,
to all sufferers from Catarrh, Asthma,
Deafness, Head Noises and all clironio
Dr. Branaman Co. have been treating
chronic dlseasia for 24 year In Omaht
and Nebraska. We know what we can do,
but you may not. You want to gat well
and we believe we can cure you. What
you are interested In la a doctor who bag
faith In hi own work. , Tou have been
the one to take all th risk in seeking
heallli, now, w want you to .investi
gate ou treatment, and to prove ita mer
its we are going to give a full month'
Medicine and Treatment rr to' all who
call or write before April 20th. Remem
ber this, If we were offering you a cheap
or worthless treatment free, .we could
never hope to benefit by It. Too. will get
th best w hav and that Is backed by
24 years of experience In treating catarrh,
deafness head noises, asthma and all
ohronlo diseases. ,
Iav your money at home and call
at one. This mean what It say, a
month's treatment and mdloln fr.
Bring. this ad with you.
SB. BKAJf AMAH CO.,'
nit 86, Continental Block, Omaha.
3d Ploor, OTr Brg Clothing' Co,'
"""l'mt 'I PARKER'S
",v, HAIR BALSAM
CwMUMM SD( bwAUtlflM tlit hair,
V rf Promote ft luxuriant growth,
'.i' "' aJ Kver Fails to RMtori Ota
l v 7-V Hir to Its Youthful Color,
i 7 1 -J ,r i Ctvef armip dt - btr iaUlnt
,mn&$Hmf 1 Virgin. .
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Beat in the West.
While our range of prices runs from $15.00 to
$40.00 for Spring Suits and Overcoats, the most pop
ular lines are found at
t!S BRAfJDEIS . T
Benefit Mat. Today for Trash Air Fund
In Her Oraat hVuilcal Comadjr 8ucoa
THE WJLJJOW .QMES,
un t Day Mia Patsy Jat Ifow.
Aleaed Itabbera la Itlrbmoad.
nitfHMOND, Vi April . Fred Cunning-
haiu, alia ,-l!:ddie" r'ay. and Frank Ches
ter, alia Little Oick Harris, arrested In
New York charged with having rifled the
cashier's safe of th Richmond postoffice.
were put in Jail here this morning.
Con Irt Hanker 1))Ib.
LEAVENWORTH. Kan, April 8 All
hope for the recovery of Thomas Coghlll.
a former banker of Seymour, Wis., who Is
serving a .sentence in the federal prison
here, was given up today. Death, wa ex
pected at any time. Cog hill has Bright!
With our single margin of wholesale profit from
our own workshops to the wearers we are able to
give greater values at those prices than can be found
It is the combination of good materials, good
workmanship and good style that makes the Brown
ing, King & Co. quality.
New hats and new furnishings in the most at
tractive assortments to be seen in the city.
Browninaifing 6 Cq
B KCLOTHINO, FURNISHINGS AND MATS,
FIFTEENTH ano DOUGLAS STREETS,
XL S. WILCOX, Majuur-- - .
BOYD'S THEATER SS&p
Matin Today 3 1 15 Tonight 8:16
Th Iltkt Flay In U'own
THE WIODWABD STOCK CO.
Wight 10, 15, 89, 3Q, 6Uc. Mat. 10, 80, 2So
t Wh, Mr.' Tempi' Tlgram.
TOHIOHT AT 8:18
HATIIIB TODAY AT 8l30 .
At,I. glial 850
A ROYAL SLAVE ,
AX. O. FIELD la,j-A',M MIMBrftE&J
A-vAHC.S AVDBYII.I.Ew-Mk-.. .r
Day, a :1 livening Fartormaac, 8". 16
'ihia Week ful bpailonl, Harry lain)
Fi.giish Company, Lonid Bowie, Keno,
Welch anj Metros. Uaiue Grand Opoia
Quartette. Hal Merrltt. Fox and Foxls'a
Circus. The Klnoilroine and tli Orplieuin
Concert Orchestra. FJUCEI 10o, 8bo, 60a
naur Mai 1
4,. ,c Wy a. I . cloning i'liuay l.l,...
KENTS-f AHTLET CO.,
EXTBAVAQAMBA. and VAUOJHYII4Z.Il
"AM AT h, UK MUilT" till, week-l'1riuay.
The big fun event. Cash pities.
X.adla Dim Matin Daily at 8H5.
gat. Th Grew Company In iho btrang
Adventure or Mis Brown "
Bun. ( y "TKJI wEB-W ADB-.8."
Monday Evening;, April f f th
Auditorium, 15th and Howard -tree!
Tli-Ucls now srlllng. ftenerved scU -11.00,
11.60 and I.' oil. 1.600 ata at 60
cents, un sal Monday. MauKiu.ul