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THE OMAHA SUNDAY 15 EE: APRIL 17, 1010.
Compelling Styles Z&Xr'i
A . . ft-l, i . - 4. X 1 " 1
in. int.- mm. .actors which are
. making friends for this store every day.
We are .determined, on making this
store the recognized headquarters for
, Strictly Hif'h Class VVearincT Annarel
5 for women who wear sizes 32 to 38. l' 7 1 n
f or Monday's Selling W3
We liave some- extraordinary values
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111 LfdUltti Ul
S Conie Monday and see these beau-
tiful garments and you will readily
il i tl it rr t n t-i r 1 nrli f-K.n i . K 1
m UUUL1.HHHU hii; 11113 UU5111C&3 UclS SUCH
Illustrated catalog free to out of town customers
f (ID -"i CI nT lf ftf m T-k r-t Mm
T T1 irr1 rn$ tcr? - A
Stoves." - S
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We Make a Specialty, of Gas Ranges
26 different styles and sizes; all of the new, 1910 pattern,
with the improvement of .the'; Clark-Jewfil Ranges Tlie
new burner, flame reflectors, t lie "new valveless lighters, j?
the ebony finish; that reoiiires ao blacldng Don't fail to " J
price our stoves before you. buv' . - .
'' y'$iooo; .$i5co .$1750 ;;$iobo $3100 up'
with stvuitary construction, that will properly preserve your-'
food, with a small consumption of ice They are the truly
OUR McCRAY AND PEERLESS REFRIGERATORS
are the kind the best value your money can buy We have
just the size you wish in our extensive stocky As we buy in
carloads and our prices are low Up from . . . .' $11.90
"- -X' .ftmit'.,v.
- La.wi Mowers and Gtxrdcn Hose
14-ineh. Mower ....2.65 16-inch Mower ....$2.'00
. . HUSTLER
, 12-iriclT.Ball Bearing Mower, at ,. . . . . ..." .'4.95
14-inc Ball Bearing Mower, at v. . . : 5.45
We Are Also Agents For The Pennsylvania Mowere
GUARANTEED GARDEN HOSE
He 13c 18c
t :( The Home Beautiful--Well arranged grounds are always a
; great source of pleasure. See our beautiful line of trees
.WIS 'HAVE Tilli LAIU.1CST AND' MOST COMPLETE LINE OF OltXAMKNTAL SIIRUlil.F.RV,
lMJvSiOH, FRI IT AX! 6IIADE TREKS IN THE. WEST. 'CALL AM) SEE OIR DISPLAY.
. . F.I. P. DYRD nURSEHY CO.
a.Li:scRorMs isTit and doigis am.
Xow is the time toplant your Roses.
rboncct Bona". If38 and
Vt:0 lad. A-3S14.
OLD CARNIVAL GROUNDS
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SUM DANCER OF UtOSI
Weather Bureau Indicates Strong
Probability of Freeze Sunday.
BRISK FALL OF SPRING SNOW
Clnadr Sklra Se (.ardrna from .Mb
Bln Cold Irar In Weatern Part
of State Warm an tha
Snow fell In Omnha Rntnrav mnrnlnv
but the gardeim eocaprd front.
he kindly clouds Interoo-pd hpttv-on th
frot generating; atmonphere and the truck
snrdena and orchards Friday night and
tne nilinj frost predicted by General
Wolnh of the weather bureau was averted.
The temperature wan all right, at 82, to do
an indefinite amount of damage to fruit
and early garden, but the clouds and tha
gentle winds during- the nlrht rireventod
damage in this locality.
No damage Is known to have resulted
from the cold snap in this vlcinllr. thnnarh
freezing arid below freezing temperatures
are reported up the Mlnsourl valley. Simi
lar conditions were reported out in the
state and from Nebraska Dolnta.
A wintry touch was given to this seo
tlon Saturday morning by a brisk snowfall,
beginning about 6:45 and 'Continuing until
afler 8 o'clock. The precipitation was light.
Dut u was snow, all right, and had the
effect of whitening the roofs of Omaha.
The inow fell, with fitful intervals, during
most of the forenoon, but by noon it hart
While it is fair to presume that little or
no damago resulted from the wintry
weather In this section last nieht. the
promise is not so allurlnar fnr Katurriav
night and Sunday, says the weather man.
There is a strong probability of the skies
clearing off. which, with tha nrevallinz
conditions west, portend freezing tempera
tures in Iowa and eastern Nebraslia Sat
It is clear out In the state and generally
clear off toward the mountains. The crux
of the cold snap will probably be reached
by Sunday evening. Warmer temperatures
are reported on t?ie Pacific coast and theco
will work eastward, with the tendency to
break the back of the frigid spell Sunday
night or Monday.
govern racnt's ;ertnl attorneys In the sunsr
cases in New York and ha bt-en In chnnre
of the lnvetlpstlons here.
'Tim figurK at Now Orleans shew that
the government uinr welrlilnir here has
been for ten years on thf b!s of correct
ness never appronched at any refinery In
New Tork until after the frauds were en
posed and the condition! revolutionized ."
said Mr. lnnlson. .
"It Is much to be regretted." ssld he,
"that Intimations have aoiie abroad that
sugar frauds existed here and I hope the
refutation of these Intimations will be fully
published. In Juntlce to the Importers, the
government officials and to the port."
Deny New Trial
Appellate Branch of Circuit Court
Refuses Rehearing' to Richards
FRUIT BUDS - - AHB
Reports of Serious Damage at rolnts
A Ions the Missouri.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Aoril 18. Thousand of
fruit buds were blasted by the killing frost
that visited Sioux City and vicinity last
night. . Apple and cherrv blossoms warn
only about half out when the killing tem
perature struck them. The loss cannot he
estimated. Snow Is falling today.
YANKTON, S. D., April 16.-(SDeclal Tele
gramsThe fruit crop was ruined last
night by a killing froet. Small grain was
not seriously hurt, but everything else sus
tained great damage.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., April 16.-A driving
snow is falling hare. The weather un
freezing cold last night and it is feared the
fruit and vegetable crops will be great! v
DES MOINES, la.. April 16.-Bnow. ac
companied by a penetrating wind. Is fall
ing over Iowa today. Reports show that the
fall Is general over the state. The flakes
are hieltlng upon reaching the earth. There
is grave fear as to the effect upon budding
fruit of the cold spell.
GRANlJ FORKS, N D April l-Snow J
and sleet which fell all night; and up to
noon today' broke down miles of telegraph
poles along the Great Northern railway and
trains are not running on schedule, the
dispatcher Ijelng unable to direct their',
movements. The ground Is covered with j
snow six inches deep. '
The sole hope now of Bart'.ett Richards
and W. O. Comstock, convicted land fraud
era. Is in the supreme court of the t'nlted
States, the appellate division of the federal
circuit court having denied a rehearing.
The rule is handed down at St. IxuiIh.
A stay is granted at request of the de
fendants' attorneys that a motion may bo
filed for a writ of certolrarl to tho supreme
Richards and Comstock were convicted In
Omaha before Judge Munger three years
ago and were sentenced to a' year In Jail
and a fine of $1,000 each on the charge of
conspiracy to defraud the government out
of public lands.
REDMOND, O'CONNOR '
AND DEVLIN COMING
Three Members of Parliament Will
Attend Meet In ; of Irish League
LONDON. April 16.-John E. Redmond,
M.. P., chairman of tho Irish party, today
cabled to John O'Callaghan, national secre
tary of the United Irish league of America,
that he, T. P. O'Connor, M. P., and Joseph
Devlin, M. P., would attend the fifth bien
nial convention of the United Irish league
of America when it was held, probably at
the end of September. i
AlIOTnii ft .i . .. . I
HuoinMLiAPi mtAI IS
, SOLD IN NEW YORK
Importer 8ny that First Cargo from
'Antipodes la a nig
- NEW YORK, April 16.-A aond .h. f
the available -supply of Australian haof
and mutton which reached New Tork this
neeK was snapped up by housewives today
at prices said to ranee from a
bnlow the prices asked for western meat
of equal quality, and the Importers who
brought the meat to America declared
that their experiment was a success
I . -
'Persistent advertising is the road to Big'
BIERS OUTLINES POWERS
Iowa Attorney General Rulet on Rail
- road Rates.
SHORT RATE ON LONG HAUL
If Ne Person la Injared, Holding la
Commissioner Hay Art
Method or Operating
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOlNElS. April IS. (Special Tele
gnim.) Holding that the Plate Railroad
commission had the right to Interfere in
all cases where It will promote the secur
ity, convenience and accomodation of the
public, Attorney General livers handed
down a, decision today In which he hrld
that tho power of the State Railroad com
mission waa such that they might order
the short haul rate oVcr n. long haul If no
crve was Injured by tho order. Inmnklng
tho opinion he went Into the powers of the
Hoard extensively and defined their powers
"To compel the roads to keep their rood
beds In safe condition.
"To dic-termlne how many trains a road
must operate over a given line per day,
and the kind of trains and their ' speed
within certain limitations.
"To change certain rates for (iMonmr
and freight, not In accordance with the
so-called long and short haul c'ause of the
railroad law, when the operation of the
latter would be against the best Interests
Small Mctlft of rea.
It appears that the controversy In Ihe
office of the State Board of Health In re
gard to various fees covers only a small
matter of 119. The presort secretary had
collectod those from doctors wanting certi
ficates for other states and did not know
what to do with the same. The attorney
general states that all fees go into the
treasury. Ho also collected from three
colleges ;W) for shipment of bodies for
dissection, but this collection is for ' ex
penses and can only be used for that pur
pose. The governor has asked that the
records of the office be completed as show
ing what disposition has been made of the
fees in the last doxen years, the books not
Persistent, advertising is the road 'to Big
STORM .IN SOUTHER!? STATES
Hotel and Many Residences Wrecked
7? r Greenville, Ala.
MONTGOMERY. Ala.. April 16.-The
Grenala hotel, a half dozen stories high,
and many residences were wrecked at'
Greenville, AlV, by a storm which struck
town today. At Foresthome. twelve miles
below there, several houses were unroofed,
and a negro woman and a negro man in
jured. MEMPHIS Tenn., April l.-Reports to
day from Mississippi, Arkansas and western
Tennessee tell of much damage from the
storm which swept 4hose sections last
Only two fatalities were reported. At I
Scottaboro, Ala., the daughter of J. V.
Brandon- was killed by lightning. At Jones
town, Miss., a negro woman was crushed
to death under a house.
NEW ORLEANS, April 16.-Reports of a !
storm of serious proportions in northern
Mississippi and central, Alabama were re
ceived here today through-the commercial
telegraph companies, which reported that
their trunk lines running to the ea-st had
been seriously crippled by high winds.
Lnconflrmed reports of property damage
and possible loss of life were received from
that section of the country lying between
Merldan, Miss., and Montgomery, Ala., on
the south, to West Point, Miss., and Birm
ingham on the north.
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
6 a, m. h-
6 a. ni ..i 33
7 a. m 32
8 a. m 29
a., m 23
10 a m 30
' 11 a. m ) 33
12 m.... i S3
1 p. m 84
p. m 34
5 p. m 33
p. m .,.31
6 p. in 30
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, April 16. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared wltti
the corresponding period of the last threa
yrs: 1910. 1 1908. 1907.
MUximutn temperature.. M 63 68 40
Minimum temperature... 29 88 40 25
Mean temperature 82 46 49 32
Precipitation 01 .00 .00 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and compared with the last two years:
Normal temperature..' ' 51
Deficiency for the day '.'19
Total excess since March 1 "l6I
Normal precipitation 10 Inch
Deficiency for tha day .09 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 04 Inch
Deficiency since March 1 2.12 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1908.. 1.62 inches
Deficiency for cor. period, liwe.. 2.12 inches
like all good things is the result
of constant study:
. .The fit ' of, a shirt, the shape
of a collar, means everything to
you.. So it does to us.
We study the best methods of
obtaining . the perfect laundering
f of lace gartaerits.' ,
Let, us show, you what real
laundry work is..:'
There are many elements In OnrahA's
There are many things- that give her a
Education, religion, business and the like,'
But nothing surpasses Uie name of Up
dike. It gives to the people unequalled power.
This famous Pride , of Omaha .Flour.
MRS. J. 12. Hl'MMOK,
; - 2666 Marcy Stv
PETERS NAMED AT STANTON
Senator Frown Sends Ills Name to Be
Postmaster In Place of
A. F. Enoa.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. April 16.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) The nomination of James Peters
as postmaster at Stanton, Neb., vice A. F.
Enos, will be sent to the senate on Tues
day, according to advices of Senator Brown.
Rural carriers appointed are a follows:
Iowa Routes Denlson, route 4, Edwin H.
Ulackman carrier, Floyd Smith substitute;
Irwin, route 2, Edward Hanson carrier, Ada
B. Hanson substitute. .
Tho following railway mall clerks have
been appointed: Otto Janowskl, Fremont;
Elmer E. Newquiut and P. M. Cunning
ham, Omaha; Charlee E. Hoffman, York;
Ivan It. Clark. Bentley, Neb.; Ie
Cromle, Woodbine; Charles L. Bernard
Mixnes;. Joseph F. Kuhn. Algona; Charles
F. Keesllng. r.. Bonaparte: Kenneth Brown,
Hamburg; Joseph F. Cahlll. Lyon; Ralph
H. Howe, Waterloo; A. B. Stout, Inde
pendence; Walter F. Pendergast, Wslker;
William E. Doonan, Cedar Rapids, I a.
The secretary of the Interior has
firmed the decision of the general
office in the case of Jacob I. Goodman
against Chales G. Edge-ton. holding for
cancellation of the homeste.idy entry of the
latter In tha AIIIancev Neb., land district.
DENIAL CF SUGAR ""FRAUDS
Reports of CroU-d wrKhln( In New
Orleans lirfntrd by Federal
Authorities. . j
NEW ORLEANS. April 16.-That reports
of fraud in rhe welshing of sugar at the
port of New Orleans were without grounds
and that tha government had not lont a
penny in this connection was the gtct of a
icport which Assistant Attorney Gene-a
W. T. Deiilnon late today placed tn the
hards pf the lnlted States grand Jury In
this city. Mr. .Denlson was one of the
14 It Farnam Street
All Braids and Switches hi this sale
are made In .our sanitary shop, and pure
French and German Convent .cut hair
only Is used.
Our Peerless 30 and 84 Inch pure Wavy
Hair Switches, no better kin Ia tl
value ever offered,- froin 10 0
Pure French Natural Wavy Hair
Switches, made from strictly first
quiHlty convent cut hair, S o.. 28 Inch,
svaoir..,.1.2:.f.t.u:18.. ..... $10.00
-cv:: Mo to $4
We carry a large stock of grays and
Miaua, mtm can jnuiun me oaaest snaaes.
fttiairaressing, skillful faolal and
n ,ua scaip u-etiv
monts, chiropody and manicuring by expsrlencsl
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Address Sept. B, for
When ordering , by
mall, vend .sample of
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JA Succession of
tomer.; ic nnr'iilinr-
ly satisfying: to at
merchant they arc
that his methods and
merchandise merit and
are receiving popular
favor and consideration.
This pleasant experience has been
ours in a marked degree this sea
son. ItOl It K K TV K NT V -Fl VK that;
paragon or suit and raincoat vaK
lies Is largely responsible for this
We would like to rell you
clothes thin season t)rop In and
talk it ovor.
Suits, Raincoats and Overcoats,
$18.00 to $40.00.
UOritKE ritKFKKKF,l That's
our $3 hat Is a splendid value
318 S. 15th St.
"The one best drink."
The appetizing, thirst quenching
drink that's full of life.
Orange. lemon, root beer flavor
Call for it at fountains and bars.
Keep it In your home. In bulk, from
grocers and druggists. Bottle with
12 drinks. 25c; 70 drinks. 11.00.
Made in an Instant
Leo. Grotto Mitf. Co.. Props:,
SUITS TO ORDKIt 25.t BSi.
The "flower" of 1910's fabric
crop awaits you tiers.
Sincerely we don't remember
when we ever have had so manj
distinctive, uncommon patterns at
one niue. - hi
There's no two alike in the lolj
and only enough of each patfl
tern to make one suit. '
Perfect Fit and Style Gnarantx'erl
Ai.tnA Cnnlh tflth Ht.
Near loth and Faruam nta.
But An Accumulative Alcoholic Palil
ft . ' ...... a .7
soil III l-'Wf "J sn-iii , uuirsi icu uya
the . Drick Habit and When the!
IVlbon Is, Neutralized and F.Ilirila-k
trd the lieslie and Craving fos
IJquor Is Gone.
A OOUKKCT TIIEOItY , '
. .. VKItlFIEI) BY IMtACTICli
The, late .discovery that alcoholism' t
not a dlhfuHe, but un, accumulntlve poison'
in the aystein that; create . the, desire, y
craving and appetite for liquor, s doily;
rifled by (ha practice of the Noiil treat- i
ment that neutrallrs and ellminjtes sJ.aj
poison in the.system and takes sway all ..
appetite for llqucc In three days, and a'
plain contract is given each ,patie':';
agreeing to effect k perfect cure In three
days. t the Institute or in the hpme, or '
refund the money.' This dispels all for- I
mer theories of alcoholism being a dl-'
ease' and puts tlie matter at rest forevur. .
Call '.or write the Ncal Institute, UuJ tf"
South Tenth St.. Omaha. Xel). Vrs book .
and contract, tis references vhcerfu)! ;
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