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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 22,
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If the little lady is from 2 to 10 years old the following items will be of interest espe
cially interesting to parents who want to dress their girls just right and at a saving in cost.
Little Girls' Dresses
Dronscs, light and
dark checks and
Etrlpcs, well made
of course; splen
portal pale, each,
Sizes 2 to 0 years
er Dresses of fino
patterns, In light
and dark color
ings, $1.70, $1.50
Sizes 2 to 8 pan
Little Folks' Sweaters
There's Just what the little tot wants
in our complete showing; white and
red ones; single and double breast
ed; extra fine
Little Girls' Hosiery
Silk Lisle Socks,
In plain and fancy
stripes, plaid tops
are much in de
mand right now;
here are fine ones
Fine black cotton
Hose for little
girls up to fl yrs.
of age; the best
where at the
at ... .
Strikingly Stylish Coiffures Affected at
FOR stylish hair dressing-, hair
goods, facial and scalp treat
srientftv manicuring- and chiropo
dy come her. Phone Douglas
for appointment. Expert attendants
frying1 to all beauty matters, Scien
Iflo, correct and satisfactory service.
All accessories necessary to perfect
these stylish coiffures are on Bale
this week at Just about H their
value. Just to Introduce these styles
In the west.
28-Inch Switches, of strictly pure
Oermon hair, and Its pure when
Monhelt says so. Regular (Q flA
v. In. 111 tl.la vmIi 'vW
Natural Hair Turban Caps,
the 2.00 kind, for only..
Grecian Hands to encircle the head.
Very beautiful and stylish, Mf
this week only -v"
We carry a large and eomplet stock of natu
ral convent cat hair to meet the requirements
of all shades, qualities and prices.
RUMOR OF NAVAL SCANDAL
Story that Cadets Were Marked Low
to Keep Them Out of War.
TRAVELS OF ARMY OFFICERS
Expense of Frequent Moves Is
Illustrated by the Case of
' (From a Staff Corrrspondent.)
WASHINGTON, May 21.-8peclal.)-The
president, the Navy department, congress
and the public generally were astounded
ou Monday last When the news was flashed
from Annupolls that not a single member
of the class graduated In ISM. from the
naval academy had pattsed sufficiently high
in the final examinations to entitle him to
a commluulon us ensign, Never before in
the history of the institution, which la the
pride of the country, has such a result fol
lowed a two-years' cruise of midshipmen
who were sent out following their gradua
tion. It was learned from some of those in
close touch with the middles that the ex
amination was the most severe ever im
posed, and it is very broadly hinted that
officers higher up were responsible for
what Is said to be a deliberate attempt to
"bilgo" the class of '93 in order that they
themselves may linger remain on the
active list of the navy. Whether this is
true or not the president and tlx secretary
of the navy decided that tho action of tho
examining board was altogether too drastic
and iu splto of the adverve reports nearly
all of the middles wilt be commissioned as
It Is probable, ton, that tho Board of
Visitors to the Nival Academy, which will
txamlne that Institution this summer, will
go more carefully into the curriculum and
.that a reformation in the exaction Imposed
upou the embryo rdmlials will be radically i one to Leavenworth, Kansas. From Leaven
reformed. The history of the navy shows! worth he was ordered back to Minnesota,
that the sturdy graduates do not, as a rule.
turn out to be the ablest navlgatora .and
seamen. .There Is many an old shell-back
In the service today alio ranks high as a
statistician and a navigator who would be
stumped by a problem in ealoulus which
would be pie tor a high school boy, and it
Is argued with a great deal of force that
after passing the rigid examination im
posed every half year there will be some
of the right kind of stuff In the class of
100 sturdy Amtrican boys who have had
four years of academic education and two
years of sea duty, even though they are
not able to satisfactorily explain the fourth
Lieutenant Colonel Charles W. Taylor of
tho general staff of t' army has Just been
ordered to proceed to Denver to take up
the duties of adjutant geueral of the de
partment of Colorado
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Colonel Taylor's case la not a unique
one, but It demonstrates very clearly how
difficult It is for an army officer with a
family to make his salary satisfy all his
needs. Army officers are subject to the
orders of the president- as commander-in-
chief, who by the way seldom knows them
Individually, which are transmitted through
the adjutant general of the army, and
Just when one has become comfortably set
tled in a desirable post where he may have
the advantage of education for his chil
dren, he Is liable to be ordered to a new
post a thousand miles away. Some years
ago an officer In the army with nine chil
dren in ten year was ordered to no
less than seven different ports, every move
Involving an expenditure of practically a
thousand dollars In railroad fare and in
tranxportatlon of his household goods. The
case of Colonel Taylor is almost analugous.
At the outbreak 'of the Spanish war he was
a captain in the" Ninth cavalry, stationed
In Fort Robinson, Neb. The Ninth Is a
negro regiment and was one of the first
and most active organisations which pro
ceeded to Slboney and San Juan, and it
was iho black fellows of the Ninth that
saved the rough riders from annihilation
In that campaign. Captain Taylor, who in
tho final engagement' was ranking officer
of the organization, was "shot all to pieces"
and was token to Governor's Island, nearly
a physical wreck. But he recovered and
about the beginning of the year ISiO Presi
dent McKinle assigned him to the posi
tion of treasurer of the National Soldiers'
home In this 'city, where he showed re
markable executive ability and in which
place he remained for about three years,
giving him a chance to educate his chil
dren. Abouth eight years , ago he waaj
dumped from WaiiLlr.&tou to l ort Meade,
and of course, his family wtnt with him.
Just as ho was finally settled at Fort
Meade lie was ordcii-d to the Philippines
and upon the elevation of General Merrltt
to the head of the army. Taylor then hav
ing reached lils majority was assigned to
recruiting duty In StxPaul. His next move
was a nice little Jump from St. Paul to
Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and then a shorter
being aUtloned at Fort Snelliyg, and Just
I when., tifcyhad . nicely settled his household
goods andnls family at that vory desirable
post, telegraphic orders reached him to pro
ceed to Washington for duty lit the ad
jutant general's office. This was a year
and a half ago. ' In the meantime Major
Taylor had become Lieutenant Colonel
Taylor, tie did not know what, would be
the duration of his last assignment, but
last fall he bought a house here and had
got comfortably settled when the powers
that be. in an official order promulgated
on Monday last, directed hint to proceed
to Denver, there to assume the duties of
adjutant general of that department
Lieutenant Colonel Taylor will reach his
full coloneley In December, 11114, and will
retire about six years later.. He will prob
ably have another trip to the Philippines
within a year or two and by the time
' i i n k
I 1 1 1 .
Little Girls' Rain Capes
Just the right thing for school wear;
pretty garments of fino rubberized
fabrics; plain colon and fi OP
stripes, extra values, at. . . $uL
Little Girls' Shoes
Slippers, Low Shoes, Barefoot San
dals, Ankle Strap Pumps A great
variety, in all the leathers, with
heavy soles; also light turn soles
Prices according to (P a q
size and quality $1 10 e)J
rrty Slippers Fine colored calf
party slippers, in white, blue and
pink; also patent leather; accord
ing to size
Barefoot Sandals and Play Shoes, In
the most durable leathers made for
comfort and ijf f n (?q
durability 1 IU
tittle Girls' Hats
12 to 14-inch Fayette Tams natural
linen and Kahki 5()C
The prettiest styles in fine straw
Hats for little girls are 7Tl
here at $1.50 $1 and 'aC
THE superiority of this store,
and Its long lead In the art
of increasing woman's beau
ty, is effectively shown by the
reproduction here of our latest
style of hair dress. In Paris and
New York these styles are the
rage. In Omaha they may be had
onlv at Monhelt's, the only ex-.
elusive hair store and beauty
shop In Omaha.
86-Inch Braid, regular C AA .
price $8.00, this week ..
30-lnch Braid, regular price
$6.00, this week .....
84-inch Peerles Switches, regular
price $14.00, this JJ0
84-Inch Peerless Switches, regular
price $12.00, this week 0 Art
he reaches 'the retirement age will have a
very practical knowledge of the geography
of the United States, not only on this con
tinent, but among Its processions beyond
Pupils in Bible. Schools All Over the
World Will Recite Same Serv
WASHINGTON, May 21. The World's
Sixth Sunday School convention re-unlted
to meet in one great session today in Con
vention ball with president F. B. Meyer of
London, in the chair.
Tomorrow, May 22, will be world's Sun
day school day. In every Sunday school
In the union, it will be observed. The little
children In the missions in China will be
reciting the same order of service as the
Sunday school' children in Washington.
Today before the conference of speakers,
William N. Harshorn reported for the field
In North America and Rev. S. D. Zwemer
told of the needs of the Moslem world.
Robert E. Speer spoke of "The Needs of the
Mission Work Among Our Nearest Neigh'
bois." Mr. Speer la secretary of the Pres
byterian Board of Foreign Missions. Marlon
Lawrence outlined the plans, for the next
HAILSTONES LARGE AS EGGS
Orchards, Crops and Farm IluildlasTS
In Harper County, Kaaaas,
BLUFF CITY, Kan., May 21.-A tornado
with a fall of hall stones as large as eggs
destroyed farm houses, barns, orchards
and crops in tho eastern part of Harper
county last night. No lives 'Veie lost.
Telephone and telegraph wires were blown
V. W, C. A. .ili.
All class work In the association closes
with the week ending May 28. Several of
the departments closed clsas work last
week and a number of picnics mark the
The out-of-door work In connection with
the association will be carried on at Carter
lake through the months of June, July,
August and part of Stptember. The physi
cal director will be hostess of the camp
through the summtr period.
Monday evening at 8:30. the Bible de
partment banquet, will be held. The follow
ing program will be Ktven: Hhort addrues
by Mrs. lOnima F. Myers on "What the
Young Woman's Chr!- Ian Association
Stand for as a World- ide Movement?"
Headings by Mrs. Charles P. Ross; voeal
and instrumental music.
The vesper service Sunday will be In the
nature of a musical program. Most of the
liour will be taken for special music. The
proKram will consist of cornet,, violin and
vocal solos. Edyih Col'jls and' Dr. A. D.
Laird . will furnifch li.e muslo. Miss
Theodete P. Wilson, religious work di
rector, will give a short talk on "AbagaJl,
the Peacemaker." Meeting at 4. JO o'clock.
COMETGENERATING NEW TAIL
Wanderer of Skies Loses Its Appen
dage Wednesday Evening.
ANOTHER THEORY 18 ADVANCED
Prof. Mrllasja Believes Old Tall Was
Forced Away by Electrical Ex
pulsion Caused by the
CHICAGO. May 2!.-The theory that Hal
ley's comet has lost Its old tall, which la
still floating in space in the eastern sky
and la now generating a new one was ad
vanced by Kev. Panlel J. McHugh, pro
fessor of astronomy at Depauw university,
today. The old tall was forced away from
the comet by the force of unusual electrical
repulsion caused by the sun spots which
were so prominent Wednesday, he thinks.
"It la my opinion," said Prof. McHugh,
"that the comet lost Its tall some time
Wednesday night There are records of
its having done the same thing in 1S36 and
it is also believed that its tail was lost
in March of that year. I believe that there
is not the slightest chance of the earth
coming in contact with the tall on this
Morehouse Questions Theory.
DES MOINES, la.. May 21.-rrof. D. W.
Morehouse, the Drake university astrono
mer, doubts the theory ofvProf. McHugh
that llalley's comet has lost its tall. The
Morehouse comet, discovered by and named
after the Drake astronomer, lest its mil
sx times, but the phenomenon at no time
was similar to the actions of the Hulley
Comet Seen In West.
YERKES OBSERVATORY. Williams
Bay, May 20. Halley s comet was under
observation here from 7:40 to 8:33 o'clock
tonight. Astronomers first observed It In
the west through a four-Inch telescope at
T:40. At 8 o'clock the phenomenon was
visible to the naked eye and remained so
until it became lost behind a cloud bank
at 8:36. It act at o'clock.
"The comet appeared as of the brightness
of a star of the second ' magnitude." said
Prof. Edwin Forst. "No tall was observed
The exposures of the spectrum showed a
continuous spectrum, which means it is
chiefly due to reflected sunlight. The
gaseous constituents were less conspicuous
than whon the comet was in the morning
sky and appeared faint.
"The .comet should be visible to the naked
eye tomorrow night from 8 till 9 o'clock In
splto of a bright rnoort. Whether It will
appear without the tall remains to be
PRATTLE OF THE YONGSTERS,
Teacher Johnny, . which Is right "a
man lies easy" or ."a main lies easily?'.'
Pupil Who's the man?
Stranger Little- boy, why don't you go
home and have your trousers mended?
Little Boy Cause In economizing. A
hole will last longer than a patch.
Little Margie's, mother was playing one
of Wagner's most strenuous pieces on the
piano and ' after she had finished Margie
asked: "Mamma, were you playing a piece
or dusting- the piano?"
"My dolllo Is Just getting over the
measles," said little Elsie. "Has yours had
'em yet?" . " .
"No," replied small Margie, "but she's
awfully fractious about her teeth and I'm
going to give her) same pollya-orlo.'
Little Joe Mamma. I wish you would
lend me 0 cents.
Mamma What do you want it for, dear?
Little Joe Uncle Tom is going to give
me a bird dog and I want to buy a cago
Minnie, aged 6, was spending a week In
the country and heard her grandma say
the heo4 were not laying as well as they
had been doing.
"Well, don't worry, grandma," said Min
nie, 'I s'pose they got tired of laying and
tliought they would stand awhile.'
"What does ferment mean?" asked tho
teacher of the Juvenile class.
"It means to work," answered Freddy.
"That's right," said the teacher. "Now,
Tommy, you may write a sentence on your
slate containing the word."
A few minutes later Tommy handed up
the following: . "Tramps don't like to fer
ment." X. m. Ki. A. iOlS.
The boys' minstrel troupe will go to Mil
lard Saturday, May Z8, to give a perform
Mr. Denlson. superintendent of the bovs'
department, will address a meeting for bovs
at Trinity cathedral Sunday afternoon at
4 o clock.
The fifth annual boys' oamo will be eon
ducted from June M to July at King's
taxe, about tnree miles south or Valley.
The camp will be equipped with several
large airy tents, coats, a base ban diamond,
tennis courts, tables, chairs, kitchen uten
sils and a cook. Several men will be in
charge of the camp, adjusting any diffi
cultles that might arise and supervising the
boating, swimming, fishing, hiking and gen
eral nie ot toe camp.
Owing to the success that attended the
orchestra program recently at the Young
Men's Christian association under me di
rection of Henry Cox, the violinist director,
he has been engaged to present the follow
ing program of violin solos at the Young
Men s Christian association Bunuay, May
a, beginning at i:au ociock:
"Nocturne." op.-, No. t, Chopln-Sarasate,
"Minuet.' in U. Boisonl-C'ox.
"Aaae's Death," from "Peer Gynt Suite."
"The Bee," Schubert
"To a Wild Rose." MacDowell-Cox.
At the close of the violin program George
G. Wallace, president ot trie iMeoraaaa Suu
day School association, will deliver an ad
dress. The entire service will be given in
Tousled l'p Aa-aln.
Mr. Maklnhrakes was expressing hi
gratification that a respectable family had
moved into tne nouse next to nis.
'You may not like It at first. Mr. New
come," he Maid, "for our street haa kind o
run down, and roooay mat amounia to
pinch of snuff ever comes here to live any
more that is I mean, that's the way they
talk about our street, but it isn't exactly
true, for we have had sometimes Just as
good citizens as you'll find anywhtre; the
family that occupied tnat nouse you ve jutl
moved into were exceptionally nice people,
and we were sorry to see them move away.
bfcause you never can tell what kind of
er people will come .next, you know
inlgnt oe the cheapest kind of skates, you
see i m not speaaing or anyooay person
nil v or. rather. I am for one Is likeli
to be too polite to h'm! perfect strangers
and er encourge mem to Dorrow tnina
when you by the way, Mr. Newcome, do
you think the Cubs aland any chance
winning the championship this . year ?'
CULLED OVER THE WIRES.
General Louis Botha, premier of the
Transvaal, has been summoned to form
the first union ministry cabinet of United
South Africa, of which Vlscoant Glad
stone is the first governor general.
John F. Breckenrldge, a blacksmith of
St JoseDh. filed with the secretary o
state of Missouri a declaration that he Is
a democratic canaiate for the Lnltea
fcoeaker Cannon called at the Whit
House to urge President Taft to appoln
David Hoss. chief of the Illinois bureau o
mines, as chief of the new government bu
reau ot uuires, recently created in this
NEW HEAD OF NEBRASKA
CHARLES W- HI.NZ1E, OMAHA.
RATE WAR WILL
BEGIN JN OMAHA
(Continued from First Page.)
advance, are showing In the following table
. - , Old New P. C.
rate. rate. adv.
13 17 '
13 14 lui
12Mi U 16
8 10 23
10 12 20
26 2SVi 14
40 40 16
83 40 144
17.7 22 24.3
19H 22H 15 4
17V4 29 14.21
9 U 22.2
8 10 25
30 23 13
40 48 lb
17 20 17.6
17 20 14.2S
7 9 2S.5
, 15.7 ?0 28
Brick between fit. 1'aul and
Bullion, copper metal, etc.,
from St. Paul to ChlcaKoOW
Cement paving or rooting
tar ana pitch net ween rH.
Paul and Chlcairo
Between I'uluth and Chi
Furniture, C. L., from 8t.
Paul to Chicago
Harness, C. L., between St.
1'aul and Chicago
Dry hides from St. Paul to
Hides, green salt, from St.
Paul to Chicago
aints from Chicago to St.
Strawboard, wrapping paper.
etc., between St. Paul atra
Sand between St. Paul and
Stone, building, etc., be.
twwen St. Paul and Chi
cago Wagons from Lake City,
Minn., to St. Louis
Wool from St. Paul to Chi
from Clltnon, la., and vari
ous points In Illinois, Lou
isiana Wisconsin to St.
Furniture from Grand Rap-
ipas, Mien., etc., to St.
Granite paving blocks from
tieriin, wis., etc., to St.
Green hides from St. Paul
to Merrill, Wis
Pig; iron from Duluth, etc..
to various Wisconsin polntsl.50 1.75 1C
r resn meats rrom i-.au
Claire, Wis., etc., to Du
luth.. etc 20 23 is
Scrap from St. Paul to Mar- v
Inette, Wis 17' 20 17.7
stone rrom St. paui, etc., to
Wisconsin points 6 7 16
ouKir irom Pt. raui, etc., to
Wisconsin points 5 7 50
National Conference at St. Louis
Takes Up ''"Problem" in Sec
ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 21. Belated dele
gates to the national conference of Char
ities and Corrections arrived today and
swelled the registered attendance to 1,600.
The five sectional meetings this morning
had "children" as the general topic.
The largest delegation present is from
Massachusetts, the number exceeding
eighty.. It Is expected that delegates will
continue to register until the closing day,
On the second ballot the time and place
committee of the conference seleoted Boa-
ton as the 1911 meeting place and it is ex
pected the next annual convention will be
gin June 15. The entertainment committee
in Boston will be consulted before a defi
nite date is fixed.
This afternoon the charity workers went
on a steamship excursion to Jefferson bar
racks. The recruits at the barracks paraded
for the visitors.
AFRICA HAS OWN CYANIDE
Important Disco-very at Johannes-
bnra; Does Away with Importa
tions from Amerlcn.
JOHANNSBERG, May 21. (Special Dis
patch to Tho Bee.) Important discoveries
have been made in Johannesburg with re
gard to the manufacture of cyanide, which
Is so largely used in mining operations,
The discovery will do away with cyanide
Bee Want Ads Are Business Boosters.
me Jerlod Whaa the sTerrona Activity
Is at Its Greatest.
"Against the practice of giving tea and
coffee to children, we cannot speak too
strongly. Childhood is the period when
the nervous activity Is at Its greatest.
The brain la ever busy receiving new lm
presslons. Reflex uotlon, , co-ordination
of muscles, and the special senses are all
under a special course of training.
"The nervous system is pushed to Its
utmost capacity, and long is the list of
victims that follow. Its over-stlmulatlon.
In these little people nothing but harm
can come from the use of such cerebral
stimulation as tea or coffee. Bad, then,
as this practice U. let us as physicians
be aggressive in its prohibition.
"Do not be satisfied by answering 'No'
when asked as to their use, but let us
teach the families with whom we come
in contact that such practice is evil., We
speak emphatically, because not only
among the poor and uneducated, but
among the rich, who should know better,
this practice is marveloualy prevalent,"
The Home Doctor.
Children like a warm beverage for
breakfast and it Is well for them to have
It If the drink is a food and not a drug.
Postum is made to supply a rich nour
ishing liquid food with a crisp coffee
taste for those who cannot and should not
use coffee. Analysis shows it to contain
about fourteen per cent of muscle forming
elements and Mil per cent of energy
and fat-productng elements, which go to
nourish and sustain the delicate nerve
centers throughout the body and from
which the vital energy proceds.
The success ot ohlld or adult depends
largely upon proper sustenance for the
body. Children who depend upon the In
telligence of their elders to furnish them
with good food deserve our most careful
attention and thought
Rend "The Road to Wellvllle," found in
pkgs. "There's a Reay "
I11NZIE LEADS TRAVELERS
Elected Head of Grand Council of
Nebraska Commercial Travelers.
NEXT MEET AT GRAND ISLAND
Other 'Officers Are Elected and
Kalahta of Grla ' Declare They
Had a Good Time In
Charles W. Hlnsie of .Omaha, Council No.
US, will head the grand council ot Ne
braska, United CommercuTt Travelers, for
the coming year. Grand Island was given
tho next convention.
This was the result of the contest of
votes Saturday afternoon in the grand
council meeting at Myrtle hall. The fol
lowing men complete the list of officers
chosen: Grand Junior Counselor, Paul S.
Tru blood. Grand Island; past counselor,
Samuel F. Ersklne, Norfold; grand secre
tary, Frank K. Cools worth, Omaha; grand
treasurer, Henry A. Frits, Columbus; grand
conductor, Harry E. Moss, Hastings; grand
page, William II. Boney, Lincoln; grand
sentinel, Andrew Randklev, Norfolk.
The new executive committee is com
posed of: E. A. Plumber, Holdrege; E. IS
Abbott, Beatrice; Rudolph W. Bock, Grand
Island; Pearl H. Patterson, Chadron.
Representatives to the Supreme council
to be held at Columbus, O.: Charles E.
llitizle, Omaha; Walter E. Sain, Beatrice;
Samuel F. Ersklne, Norfolk; Fred W. Haw-
kin, Fremont; D. C. Hewitt, Hastings;
Charles J. Lyon, Omaha; John A. Trap
hagen, Lincoln; Colonel E. W. Gettln,
Following the election, the new grand
officers were Installed by Past Grand
Counselor Walter A. Sain. Handsome
medals were presented to Grand Coun
selor, ilelnile, Past Orand Counselor Era
klnt- ..11U Retiring Grand Secretary, Fred
W, ...iwkin, by tho grand council. The
presentation speeches weru made by F. E
Coatsworth, Colonel E. W. Gettln, and E.
A. Bailey, and each talk was full of good
feeling and sound sense.
Colonel Richard Woods ot Sioux Falls
was elected an honorary members of the
council, and votes of thanks were extended
to the women of Omaha composing the re
ceptlon committee, to the press, the Com
mercial club, the Happy Hollow club, the
speakers at the banquet, and to the mer
chants of Omaha who have aided In mak
ing the stay of the delegates pleasing and
-FOR FALLING HAIR
Inexpensive and Good Remedy Tht
Nourishes Hair Roots.
The man or woman whose hair Is be
coming thin and "straggly" and falls out
every time it Is combtd or brushed can
make at home a hair tonlo that will nour
ish and strengthen the dying follicles.
Just get from your druggist one ounce
of beta quinol and one-half pint alcohol
take home and mix with one-half pint
warm water. Some mix the ounce of beta
quinol with a pint of bay rum. Either re
cipe wilt prove beneficial to the hair, for
it Is the beta quinol that puts the hair in
healthy condition and keeps It so.
The care ot the hair deserves as much
attention as the care of the teeth. Beta
quinol prevents dandruff. Use this tonic
every other day until the hair and scalp
are In satisfactory condition, then twice
a week, and your hair will remain long
abundant and . glossy. Adv.
we watch, which accounts
for our tremendous suc
cess. No rough edges, but per
fectly round and smooth.
Let us show you.
Phone Douglas 1812.
My suits are dressy, easy fitting
and mada In the most fashionable
styles by experienced, Omaha tail
ors. Inspect the fabrics I am making
for $25.00 They are worth $5.00
more than I ask for them.
Why not give me your order
now Prompt and reliable service
111 South 15th., OmaJia, Neb.
j3o your otDn feda
and fary on the
cforo you Galoot
your noxt suit, Gta$
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comfy feel of t)e collar
and shoulders, note grace-
fuf titles-of the coat, the qual
ity of the fabrics arjd ths
needlecraft of oltr JBobrke
twenty-five; then judge for
yourself. Ve Will be delighted
to abide yoUr verdict.
Spring Suits $lS to $40
Buy one of oUr $3 hats the
JBoUrke deferred or doUr
next lid, SFhis is a good hUnch;
they're th.e best eVtr for the
price. Jill th,e new" blocks and
Wni'vX jfsT J -9 ti sf mm I
318 South 15th Street
AT BEST PRICES
For the seusou of 1910 we shall, as we
have done for many years, sell only
the Sherwin-Williams Go, Farts Oreen
at the following prices:
We have plenty of stork and can fill
your order now.
lb. pkg. for lOo
H lb. pkg. for 140
1 lb. pkg. for .-. . 8do
6 lb. can at 24c pound $1.80
14 lb. lots, at lb &3o .
6G lb. lots at. lb 830 J
112 lb. lots at. lb aiVto 7
The above brand is known to be the
purest and best brand obtainable.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
10th and Dodge Ute. a.'
OWL DRUG CO., r
IStli nd Hrnx Streets.
Coat and Pants
To Order, $20
The only difference between j
our $20 coats and pants and the
$30 garments you can procure
elsewhere Is the price.
You'll appreciate the difference I
Just aa much aa the rival tailors
Not another tallory In this man's
town has ever shown such a
splendid assortment of $20 2-piece
suits aa are now being shown here.
( Every garment guaranteed per
fect In fit and style.
804-800 South 10th St.,
Near 10th and Farnam Hts.
..t iji .11 Hnr1 of blood remedies
X UKM "
which failed to do tne any good, but I
have found the right thing at last. My
face was full of pimples and black-beads.
After Using Cascarets they all left. I am
continuing the use of them and recom
mending them to my friends. I feel fin
when I rias In the morning. Hope toj -have
a cbntKse to recommend Cascarcts.'V '
Fred C UTlen, 76 Elm St,, Newark, N. J.
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Ay
I Do Good. Nwbtcke.WakB or Gripe. I
lOo, He, SOe. Mevet sold In bulk. The nu
lae table tamped C C C Ouaraolsed to
ura ot yew noaey back. tit
ALEXANDER KMITII A HONS'
NEW YORK Al'CTIOJ
ch Mere s tp
yHAVfACASE SENT HOfffV
(I JOHN NITTLER
3221 So. 2Kb Street
I ufHl DOUO. 1S8S mjffesi
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