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ahont corrector's of stjlee. IWMe the originality of style, and the fine material, there are attractive
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madras, in all the
Pongee Waists, in new braided
effects with braid button trim
mings. See these frf00
Dainty Lingerie Waists, beauti
. fully made iu a broad variety
of hand-e'nibroid- f?T)50
ered designs, -
Handsome Madi as W a i 8 t a
strictly tailored faultlessly
made in newest lS)50
Paris Says Tailored effects in Linen Suits are Right
Linen Suits are to be the style feature of the season, and you can select no more beautiful suits anywhere
than we are showing. Especially Interesting are the Sutts of Ramie imported Linen, the collection
embraces the style idea that will find favor with the best dressed women, there's all the
colors that fashion and good taste demand, gee these handsome wash Suits without de
lay Sizes 32 to 38 bust. Prices range from
are the atandard
by which all otner
good gloves i an
be judged. The
new spring style
are here now
awaittnic your In-
Superb Styles in Low Shoes
Come here to see the shoe styles that the best dressed women aro
wearing Buy here, where you get style and comfort, and where
your shoe money reaches the limit of Its purchasing power. See
these new arrivals. Pumps, Eclipse Ties,
Oxfords, dull kid and calf, patent leather
and new tans Prices
We direct at ten
tlun to matchless
values In pure ellk
hose for women
all the wanted
shades, extra val
ue at $1.50 lipe
finl values In Bilk '
elvllUrd court recorded their deepest Brief
at the udden taking off of tha griat king
The market, the law courts, the theaters
and other place of amusemer.t all were
closed today. The race meeting were
abandoned nnd private entertainment were
Meeting; of PrlV7 Connell.
. meeting of the privy council was a
L...i.ant function. The king wor the unl-u-i
m of an admiral and wa surrounded by
a large gathering of councilor, all in levee
.res and wearing the ribbon of their
..ders. The lord mayor wa In hi. robe
oi office. . .
The councilor having acquainted the
1 log with the completion of the proclama
turn, hi majesty entered the Council cham
ber and signed the proclamation, after
which he confirmed In their office , those
who had held appointment under hi
father at the lime of the king death.
King George delivered a brief but earnest
address. He exhibited deep emotion a. .h
announced hi endeavor under th. guidance
" to maintain th. high tradition, of
?M British court and to fulfill to the be.
of hi. abiUlie. the great tru.t reposed In
Une lord chaneelo'r. Lord Loreburn. ad
niU,l.tered the oath to the k n. . .
the custom;, me cuiu-
td tn new aovi
- - mu i nre. to
-" " . .I..,- ..ut
th same time tenaenna --
office, which bis msje.ty returned. The
mLl.ter. kissed the king' hand. The
councilors, upon being ".PPolrued. In turn
took the oath of allegiance f k'"
kia's hand." Thla concluded tha business
of tha couhcll, and the king retired.
o Military Kacrt.
The king left St. James1 palace on his
reTurn to Marlborough hou.e at 6 o'clock,
lining been absent Just one hour.
Vi e utter lack of display In the conduct
oMhe new monarch wa. strikln. A sing ,
carriage occupied by the sovereign and at-
royal equeince -
l.me.' Dalace. There wa
tended by two
to and from 8t
,i and th only decoration
:urh th monarch wore was th. Order of
""....., m fact th. lord mayor and
h. city aldermen furnished th. most spte
.um.t of the ceremony. While
signing the prociamaii
of Wales stooo on
scat folding behind me
hia father an
th. young prince
.1.. nr.,.Mttni: a came Into
aucn oi "-
V Owing to the late hour at which th. for
mtlltlea we.e completed by the party coun
cil and the impossibility of dlstrlbut ng . th.
proclamation to th. various cen tars in Ume
to permit simultaneous procl.l
monle. the proclamation of King Oeorgi , .
Mcenslon by herald, and pureuhanta wa.
postponed until Monday.
Great Belt la TeUed.
' The tolling of the great bell In St. Paul',
cathedral at mlnut. Wf rval. J bwe.n 6 and
morning, an omce .
.ovcrelgn and me ercnu....-
and York, conveyed i
of Londoner, ana
first Intimation oi
dr.trKoEcom.nd. Into ,h. Cty on
Z, .-.; P-o-ltoward Bucking .am
n cioca ii,M''-
' -s :' 'I ' , - ',, i j
'-'.I'W".'.!!' ' '.-.'-If
. -( '
?v" - -
tnuaht during t! t rr. Thrre will b"
Hclsl niiisical rroBram Hipidny. with!
Itielrument! i-lTtlona hv Mlsx Fftrll i
Bmwn. and vrcal 0,. hv Mibs Huih Han-
sun. Invitation th r. mlrd ., nil n.inirn
Timi ilny list li ism In tiaiur- Mndvi
o1bf. Th day l rhana-il front FrldAv n 1
V1H o'clnok. ItHlihl Krodrtrk t'nhn 'will I
peak on "Brimnlnc. a l.ovor of Nulnrf,"
I Mimhrrs of the usscx-lntl'm ndmlttid frip '
On Tursd.iy lt tl' prrrrtatlr wer unr- ,
prlurd by a reri out Ion frtp uO'lt r the minr- :
vlslnti of Mlia Sshra Wllemi, etnplnyn'eni '
I'lTfimy. Affair at the aesmlatlon n!
pft for two hours In ihc hands of the !
hoard of riirTtnrs and the forcr. a on- !
duot'il lo th hom if Mira Idn V. Jnnts, 1
arnerel a'crtarv of the Associated Chari- i
tiee. While there they were the gurt of
Mis JontH. who entT'slned with a muslcel
program and IIkIH refreshments.
Contet rises Monday at SiS3 a. m.
Comet rises Tuesday at 8:61 a. to.
lor Nebraska Fair and warmer.
For low a Fair and warmer.
T' nmeraturta at Omahn yesterday:
L- S' I m P. t Hour. Meg.
li: i I 'JWn fca. m
, S 7 a. m
i..KJf t IVfS a. m J
V" V-H 11 b. m 51
f V : ' I IS m M
V gaSI3' 8p.m..A :.4
v -. j tl! 1 p' ,n
V.:,;iV1 wi & p. m M
, . ' ; I 6 . m M
. 7 p. m 53
: .'.'T " 1" minis '.' I. mii,imiiiimn"i
'I tji li-' ill fin mmiini a in m m si isinr i -
I 1 ' "" I ' H Ml Ml
or people " - - .
of Vh' building, with It. drawn blind
.round to the w.rt end of th. palac. to
gas. on the window, of th. chamber where
tha body of the king wa lying.
OA th. bulletin hoard was stll Pjnned the
sheet of foolscap with Us tiding, of the
No man can be at his best
With a poor digestion.
If you have lost appetite
And can't digest what you eat,
Drop the usual heavy meats
And gravies, puddings and pies
And live for a time
Principally on Grape-Nuts and
If you have never tried it,
There's a treat in store for you.
Grape-Nuts can be easily di
gested By the weakest stomach
And soon strengthens
The digestive organs,
So that a variety of food
Can be eaten with comfort.
Don't put off the test.
Read "The Road to Wellville,
In pkgs. "There's a Reason.
FOSTUM CEREAL COMPANY. Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich,
momentou event ecrawled hurriedly In a
dozen word and this wa another center
of Interest for the throng, each of whom
seemed determined to read with hi own
eye the official announcement.
Over the palace the royal standard was
half masted, but except for th!s and the
frequent coming and going of official and
attendants at the palace there wa. little
outward evidence of the passing away of
the great king.
King lexandra Is bearing up bravely. She
had breakfast as usual In her own apart
Members of the royal household attended
a apeclal service In the private chapel of
the palac. at an early hour.
Baalneaa la Suspended.
The death of his majesty has caused a
general suspension of business and the
abandonment of all race meeting and
other sports public gaieties and private en
tertainment. The theaters nave been
closed. Th. Stock exchange ' and other
market were closed today and the law
courts took a recess as a token of respect.
Everywhere throughout the country flags
were placed at halfmaat on public build
ings, warship and other ahlpplng. while
church bell ounded th doleful new.
Th. American feeling regarding the death
of King Edward wa in accordance with
cabled instruction from Secretary Knox
expressed this morning ta Sir Edward Grey,
ecretary of state for foreign affairs, by
American Ambassador Reld In the follow
ing letter;..; '.1 ? tf :
; "Sir: My government Instruct me to
ixpres to you and through you to the
British government and people the sincere
and profound sympathy of the president,
th. government and the people of the
t'nlted State of the loss of their British
kinsmen of a ruler so beloved and ao
justly distinguished among all the nations
of th. earth for his wlBdom and kindliness
and for the Influence of those high qual
ities In behalf of all that is beat.
"I have the honor to fce, ' with highest
consideration, tr, your most obedient and
humble .ervant. WHITELAW REIO."
Bcrvleaa at Charch.
Th. morning wrvlce. at the churches
were mor. largely attended than usual to
day. All of the congregations were In deep
mourning. A notable change In the service
wa. the substitution of the words. "Th.
queen, the queen dowager and all the royal
family," for the familiar phrase, "The
queen, th. prince and Princess of Wales,
and all th. royal family."
' Th. bulk of th. population of the country
ha donned mourning garb In some form.
Men who are not wholly clothed in black
are wearing black neckscarfs, black bands
about their coat sleeves. The women seen
ara almost without exception dressed in
biatk. Streamer of crepe hang from the
whip, in th. hand of cabmen. Th. .hop
fronts bear mourning shutter.
Sine, earliest mornln'g a flood of mes
sages ha. been pouring into the palace
from the chief, of foreign lands. One of
the first received by ' th. queen dowager
was a sympathetic telegram "'from Em
peror William. Ambassador Reld and Sec
retary' Phillip, of the American legation
were early c illera .at Buckingham palac.
and Marlborough house, where In the vis
itors' books they Inscribe their names and
those of their wive. Later ' members of
the dlplomatlo corps called. Mr. Reld also
left card for Sir Edward Grey, while at
tache, of the 'embassy paid a similar duty
at tha war office and admiralty. Th. flags
at Dorchester house ana tn American
embassy ar. at haltmast
Th. qu.en dowager ha received a tele
gram from Theodore Roosevelt expressing
bis sincere sympathy. The plana for th. en
tertainment of Mr. Roorevelt here neces
sarily will -be materially modified, but In
just what particulars 'is not yet made
Special Bert Ice at St. Taal's.
A special service In honor of King Ed
ward wa held at St. haul's this afternoon
and was almost national In character, de
spit, the hurried preparations. The lord
mayor of the corporation of London at
tended In state; while all the department,
of state, th. navy and th. army were fully
represented. The service was that used on
th occasion ef .Queen Victoria', death.
A th. day progressed the sentiment ex
pressed In the familiar phrase, ''The King
Is dead, long live the king," seemed to In
fluence th ureit crowd and early in the
afternoon thouoands who bad remained
for hours within, the vicinity, of Bucking
ham palac. ehlfted to the adjoining streets.
From then on, popular Interest from the
standpoint of the ctreet centered In the an
ticipated arrival 'of King George and the
privy councilors and the ceremony of
proclamation giving th. empire a .new
king. '-. , '
King George. Queen Mary and their two
son. Prince Edward and Frlnc. Albert,
th. former of whom I soon to become th.
prlnc of Wales, spent an hour at Buck
ingham palac. They ar. the only mem
bers of Ih. family who hav. yet seen Quten
Al.xandta. All other callers of the royal
family had been r.eelved by Princess Vic
It t announced that th. court will move
to Windsor castle next Tuesday.
Parliament Holds Session.
Both houses of Parliament assembled this
afternoon In accordance with ancient cus
tom providing that they tthall meet on the
demiti. of the sovereign.
Th. session of the House of Commons
wa purely formal and lasted only a few
Neither the speaker nor deputy chair
man is now In England, and Home Secre
tary Churchill, after briefly stating that
the house had been summoned In pursu
ance of the statute of Queene Anne,
moved an adjournment, which was taken.
Only a score of member, were present.
In the House of Lords, Lord Loreburn,
lord high chancellor, took the oath of
allegiance to King- George V, and the
some fifty peer who were present fol
David Wolfsohn, chairman of the Inter
national Zionist committee, who Is visit
ing here, telegraphed this mesnage to
King George on behalf of hia co-rellglon-ists:
"It is with the deepest regret that I
learn of the passing away of King Edward.
In the name of the greatest representative
organization of Jewish people 1 beg to
offer our sincere aympathy and condolence.
The Jewish people . will never forget
that it was unrer the beneficent reign of
your . Illustrious father , thau the offer of
an-autonomou colony under British pro
Uctlun was made, as an get of recognition
that will ever tie gratefully' enshrined In
the annals of our history."
A farewell salut. for the lata monarch of
sixty-eight mlnut. guns, one for each year
of his age, was filed this afternoon at St.
Jame park. Th. salute wa so timed a.
to be concluded with the close of the for
malities in connection with the proclama
tion of the succession of King George.
TAFT'8 .IIESSAGK TO.BW Klft'tt
TRAVELERS PICK MASON CITY
Iowa Protective Association
Session at Des Moines.
sent the fol-
Prealdent Seuda Condolence
Majestr and People,
WASHINGTON", Alay 7.-Presldent Taft
had stnt the following message to George
V. th. new king of Great Britain:
THE WHITE noi'SE. May 1, 1910-HIs
Mslesty, King Oeorge V-Ix.ndnn: In re
newing to your inajenty the condolence of
the American government and prople on
the death of hi late majeety, I convev to
you the heartiest good wishes for the pros
perity of youi reign. v
WILLIAM H. TAFT.
l he secretary of atate has
The Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Grew Bart
Secretary of State for Foreign ' Affairs
London: 1 offer to your excellency the
expression of my personal sympathy and
sorrow in the grfat loss which has been
sustained by the government of Great Brit
ain in ma urin ui nis majesty, King Ed
ward, p. C. KNOX.
Ambassador Bryee today officially noti
fied the State department of King Ed
ward's death. .
President Taft later called at the Brit
ish embassy and talked with Mr. Bryce
The house adjourned a a mark of re
spect to th. departed monarch, after ad
opting a resolution of condolence.
It seem likely Ambassador Reki will be
chosen to reprexent this government - at
the king's funeral, although the matter,
will be held In abeyance temporarily until
expression on tne desire of the British
government I. received. The department
action also will to regulated some by
what th. other governments intend to do
There I. no hard and fast rul. to govern
in. .election of representatives to attend
foreign official functions.
Joseph H. Choate, ambassador to Great
Britain in l&7, represented the t'nlted
States at the funeral of Queen Victoria.
Aa the senate was not In session today-
no action couw be taken upon the death
of King Edward. Senate leaders, how.ver.
iconea up xne precedents and found that
upon the death of Queen Victoria, resolu
iio(i or respeci ana sympathy were ad
opted, although the senate did not adjourn
iaie touay, received the
louowing cablegram from Queen Alexan
LONDON. May 7, I910.-Th. President
-""i loucnea oy your telegram and
you to convey my heartfelt thank.
iepie ana me government of the
o,.i7 iur meir nmiatliv In rn j
Hl I 'I I OW.
Nobody la Too Old
to learn thai the sure way to rurei a coush
or cold Is with Dr. King's Now Discovery
oOc and l. 00. For sale by Beaton Drug Co,
PRESIDENT STEARNS RE-ELECTED
Ol Members of Hoard of Director.
Back Each Member of 1)1.
(riot - Miner it
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., May T.-lSpecial Tele
gram.) Mason City was chosen for the
19U state convention of the Iowa Travelers'
Protective association at the state conven
tion of the association today.
H. C. Sttarns and A. F. Sliotts of Mason
City, respectively president and aecretary
treaBurer of the association, were re
elected. M. F. Derby of Burlington was
re-eltcted first vice president, M. M. Anson
of Muscatine was elected second vice presi
dent to succeed A. M. Kerr of Waterloo
and Jacob Frank of Keokuk was named aa
third vice president to succeed F. N. Pub
lisky of the same city.
All of the old member of the board of
director were re-elected. They are: G.
H. Feldman, C. J. Winter, Jacob E.
Decker and E. M. Burns of Mason City, T.
M. Hume of Burlington and C. N. Noggles
Miner Uet Check.
'At a meeting of the executive board of
he District Miners' Union of Iowa 1170,000
was voted to the members of the union to
rdleye the hardship Imposed by the last
five weeks, of Idleness. Each member of
the district union will receive a check for
110 from Secretary Frank Cameron of
Oekaloosa. Tuesday of next week.
The action of the board came In answer
to appeals for aid from a number of local
have Invested In the scheme in various
The defense Is fighting every Inch of Its
way. Much of the literature of the sev
eral companies and syndicates is introduced
In evidence, Indicating a most elaborate
scheme. The defense claims that the mov
able signs have been put in operation in
street cars in various parts of the country,
and that its introduction would have be
come general all over the country but for
this suit and ' remunerative returns would
long since have been realized to the In
vestors. Numerous fine points of law are Involved
in the esse, and the controversies between
the attorneys for the government and the
defense at times becomes so acute that the
court has to call the attorneys down.
Issue in Trial
for Mail Fraud
Device Concerned in Prosecution of
Promoter and Alleged Inventor
Questioned by Government.
Tuesday Open meeting of the Rusiness
Girl's club at 7 o'clock. W. H. Hatteroth
will speak tt the club on "What a Woman
Should Know About Law."
Sunday The vesper service at 4:30 o'clock
Is In charge of the Bible department. Thl
la the econd of a eerie of departmental
Sunday. Mr. Emma F. Byers, general
secretary, will speak on "Hosea, the
Prophet of Divine Love. Members of the
Friday morning and evening Blhle classes
are especially Invited to be present, as this
is a closing address on the course of "The
Earlier Prophets," which Mr. Byers has
When Spring Came On, Bat Iferer
Since Taking Hood'. Sarsaparilla.
-Mrs. A. Hopkln. 225 East Ragl. St.
Eaat Boston. Maas., write: "Year
ago I learned what a good medicine
Hood' Saraaparllla 1. When spring
cam on I wa thoroughly exhausted
and obliged to tak. my bed. I thought
I would rather die than be ao tired. I
began taking Hood'. Saraaparllla. and
before long wa perfeotly well. Sine
then, spring ha. never come without
my having Hood's Saraaparllla."
Get It today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsataba.
has mnde this fellow feel
good. His collar has a smooth
edge, his tie slips easily and
his shirt fits his body. He
ought to feel good. Our cus
tomers all do..
"Vhv not vou?
fli ARE misjlr
proud ot tht;
reputation we aic
achieving as purveyors
of clothes to men who
tbe anno of rlothes value, in
Suits and Kainooiits for $'.") is
steadily gvowini; in popular
favor, and we want yon to
know more of the real excel
lence of these garments.
We would like, to sell joii your
clothes this season. ' Drop lit and
talk it over.
Spring SuitM, t S0.
HaliirnalK, $18 to t(. j
The IIOLKKK I'RKKKI? KK1
that's our $3 hat -I chink full of.
stylo nnd good wear. All tlio neO
blocks nnd colors.
318 S. 15th St.
Phone Douglas 1812.
, are all our
Th. cas. of the United State agalnet
Theodore Kharas, charged with using the
United State mail tor fradulent purpose
In the promotion of hi movable street car
sign scheme Is still on trial In th. United
State, district court, and I. likely to run
over Into the greater part of next week.
The government Is endeavoring to show
that Kharas I. not the patentee of the
device, but that Kharaa' Intent Ilea in a
.light Improvement on the device that he
claim, to have patented under certain let
ter patent already Introduced in evidence.
A large number of witnesses have already
testified In the case. Most of the, are
dissatisfied stockholder In om. of the
companies that .Kharas had promoted. In
Omaha, Lincoln and elsewhere, in TJ07 and
1908, and from which the complaining stock
holder hav. not yet received any return.
' The defense, on the other hand, main
tain that the enterprise I a legitimate
one. and would hav. long since become a
paying proposition but for th. Interference
of th. government postofflc. Inspeotor In
securing a fraud order against th. concern,
thut discrediting it and causing timidity on
the part of the Investors in th. enterprise.
tl appear from the evidence thus far
produced that a number of Omaha people
'&' ilia ttrtt
m It's the best.
tor your guest
3224 S. 24th Street
Doug. 1889, Red 8932
i m . - , a
NOTICE TO PI.UMHERR.
Pealed proposals will be received by th
School Board of rShelby, Neb., May 25, for
furnishing all material and labor neces
eary and putting in a steam heating plant
In their new school building. I'lan and
specifications may be seen at Mr. John
Latenser'a office, architect, Omaha. Neb.,
or at the School Board. t'H A R!,KS KHl'M
BACH, Secretary. M7d.1t
because they are constructed right, fine lookers, roomy,
light and strong.
Our 1910 Catalogue and Price List will be mailed on
Johnson-Dan forth Co.
10th and Jones St., Omaha '
Stripes Bottled Beer i
The only beer brewed from pure spring water on the
market. Order a case for your home and get the best.
A beer just suited to quaff at home a night -enp for the
sociable evening a refreshing draught for the late supper
a delightful glass to sip under the evening lamp. Stars
and Stripes is a foaming, sjiarkling beverage for the keen
palate for the connoisseur.
Have a Case Delivered to Your Heme
Mr. Sarab A, A milrraoa.
Mrs. Ssiah A. AnderS"n, 4 year old.
died st a local hospital Kalurday morning
following , complicated number" of ail
ment., Mrs. Anderson' home was at SO
North Seventeenth street. The funeral will
be held privately from Oodder's chapel
Sunday afternoon at I o'clock. Burial will !
be at Evergreen cemetery.
LA CROHSK. Wis., May 7. -John Ound.
founder of one of the largest breweries
wet of Milwaukee, died today, aged so
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