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men's and junior
man tailored waists,
shirt style, neat stripes in
black and white, blutf
and whiter, white madras,
barred dimities, line white
linens, dainty ttriK'd fine
French flannel, sizes .'J to
priced for rapid selling, $2.00.
$2.50. $2.95, $3.50 nd
I'iXfjuisite white waists with
colored hand embroidery design
voiles, oh if fons and marquisettes also fancy waists of
foulards, pongees, mescalines $1.50 to $14.75.
Specially attractive this week are the offerings in the
AN o 1
1611-1620 FARUkU STREET
Intimate that It la the first step' towards
reform that may bring back peace and
right to their troubled country.
They do not aay that right will come,
because they do not aay that President
LHaz would do anything that would dis
please the "common people," tha people
who are fighting agalnat "the Interests;"
but they think there la a chance ot affairs
taking a trun that will end the war.
Americana posted on Mexican affairs
look upon the prenent occurrence as the
ftiat real light to break through the clouds
that have been hanging over Mexico for
more than a year. IMai will never reign,
"Mhey aay, but he will appoint a cabinet
that will be acceptable to all the people,
one that la neither antl-Dlas nor antl
i evolution, but one which recognizee the
good that the prcaldent haa done and the
right o flhe demand of the people. r
L'orrall, the vice prealdent( la a alck man
and la already preparing to go to Europe.
It la the belief that Dlar, after naming
Llmantour prime minister, will also leave
for Kuroj. This would leave Llmantour,
hit friend, Jo the presidential chair. Llman
tour haa already expressed sympathy with
'the demands of the Insurrectos and ha Is
expected to carry out reforms that would
( With Utneral Bernardo Hcyea now ban
Ished by order of Lrtus on a high salaried
military mission In Europe, because he was
too popular at the head of the army, as
minister of war. and Miguel Ahumada aa
minister of the Interior In charge of all
Mate affairs, Americans believe that the
three could carry out reforms sufficient
to ratlsfy the people. Ahumada haa always
been popular and while a friend of Diaz,
lis also been a friend of the people.
With these men to carry out the reforms
am re-establish the government, the Amer
icans believe the Insurrectos would waive
their demand that Dies resign the presi
dency and that his term would be allowed
to continue with Llmantour holding down
Thl would allow Plas to end his term In
honor instead of disgrace aa a rejected of
ficer and after the new election five yeara
hence, with changea meantime In the con
stitution, preventing more than one term
In office, he might return If alive and pass
his declining years among Ms people, the
Idol of old; his tyrannies, against which
they are now fighting, forgotten.
INSMtRUtTOS Wlt.I. KIQHT OX
They Are Not Sara What Keaignatlaa
of Cablaet Meaaa.
EL PAdO, TexJ March T6 -Confident
that the resignation of Prcaldent Plas'
cabinet means the end of the preaent politi
cal regime of Mexico and tha lnstltutlo
of great reforms, but atlll uncertain as t 1
the results which may follow the selection
of a new cabinet, members of the Inaur
recto Junta today Instated that the lnaur
rectlon will proceed. '
The developments at Mexico City are
regarded aa a direct result of 8enor Li
mainour's conference with Inaurrecto
a sent a In New York. Francisco I. Madero.
sr., and Qustavo A. M autre, father and
brother of tbe so-called provisional presi
dent, had been fully acquainted through
the Junta hare of the terme upon which
tho revolutionary leader would make peace
and laid a plala statement ot his demands
before Bonor Llmantour at their confer
ences. In spite of the resignation of the Mexican
cabinet, the Junta here declared today that
there will be no cessation of hostilities in
the war sons. It Is declared Madero wilt
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t'lieia, however, le always aier.
lain suspicion attached to the
value ot any particular atone uu
lass It la known Just where It was
purchased. So many cheap stones
and ao many Imitation an- woru
tliat one ie not certain whether to
admire a gem unlets li la ex
plained that It came from a repu
table dealer. Tliat la the reason
diamonds should be bought of
Frenaer. When you aay "TM
atone came from h renter's" It
value and high quality are Im
mediately recognlad. More than
twenty eara of dealing In thesa
atones raa eataMiaiied an envia
ble reputation for this store.
W guarantee to refund ninety
per cent of the purcnaae prl'0
within one year of mI.
Wa can supply your wants in
rliirfa. watches, Jewalry and all
iigh or low nock
continue to prevent railroad and tele
graphic communication throughout north
ern Mexico and will endeavor to capture
more ''towns as bases of supplies. The
demand that Dlax declare null his last elec
tion and agree to a new election for presi
dent will cot be relinquished, and the
popular elections of governors .of states
and Jefes politico will be Insisted upon.
The Junta declares any negotiations must
be conducted under an armed truce.
Gossip A boat Neva Cablaet.
Nevertheless the selections mede by
President Dlaa for a new cabinet. It Is
thought, will have an Important bearing on
the Insurrection. Miguel Ahumada, now
governor of the state of Chihuahua, who
has been looked upon as a possible mini
ster of the Interior, Is regarded by the In
surrectos as a leader of the reform move
ment. Senor Jose Yves Llmantour and
Bernardo Reyes, former ministers of war,
now In Europe on a ''military mission,"
are regarded as men who will figure prom
inently In the new cabinet If the wishes of
the Insurrectos are considered.
"It la Impossible at present for us to
draw definite conclusions from the cabinet
resignations," said Senor Gonxalea Uaria,
Inaurrecto secretary of state. "We are
not yet certain that It Is not a ruse In
tended to appease the revolutionists with
out granting our demands. We will not lay
down our arms untl Dlax Is out."
Madero Leave Neve York.
NEW YORK, March 2S.-Franclsco Ma
dero, sr., and Uustavo, his son, left New
York 'today for Kan Antonio, Tex., where
tncy can De ncarn Kiaiicisco 1. Maaero,
provisional president of the Inaurrecto
party. Before they left they showed tbe
following telegram from Alfojiso Madero,
whom they will Join In Han Antonio:
"Chllapa, In the state ot Guerrero, a
town of 20,000, is In the hands of the insur
rectos: Zeahuarlpa, In the state of
Sonora; Cullacan, the capital of tbe state
of Blnaloa, and Maxatlan, tbe main port
on the Pacific of the state et Slnaloa. are
menaced by insurgents.
"OJlnaga, opposite Presidio, la besieged
and short of provisions. We .expect Ita
surrender very soon. Good news from the
rest of the republic."
Geaej-al Smith's Cam a) Dreachod.
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. March 25.-The fre
quently drenched maneuver camp at Fort
8am Houston and the brigade field camp
at Leon Springs were again soaked by
heavy rain last night. The downpour con
At Leon Springs General Smith haa only
shelter tents, whose protection Is not of
the best. To keep dry In them one muat
lie at full length.
There have been three heavy rains since
the maneuver camp sprang Into exlatenoa.
. la aatd the downfall la unprecedented.
ilaa Mar Not Aeeaat All Heslcaatloas
WASHINGTON, March tt.-Offlcial an
nouncement of the resignation of the Dlax
cabinet In Mexico reached Washington to
day In the form of a dispatch from Knrlque
C. Creel, minister of foreign affairs of
Mexloo, to (Jenor de la Barra, Mexican am
bassador to tbe United Bute.
The dispatch announced that yesterday
the entire cabinet bad presented their res
ignations to Presldsnt Dlax, who had re
celved them with the declaration that be
reserved the right to accept them or reject
them according to his convenience.
Benor Creel added that this action of the
cabinet had been well received by the pub
llo as contributing to definite reforms and
a lasting peace.
No Trace of Men Who
Robbed Express Train
Value of Loot Obtained by Coffeyrille
Bandits Still Benuina a
COFFEY VI LLE, Kan.. March la.-Although
the sherlffa of Montgomery county.
Kannaa, and Nowata county, Oklahoma,
aeveral deputies and a number of special
detectives have searched the hills In every
dliectlon from Lenapah, Ok!., where yes
terday four men held up a northbound St.
Louis, Iron Mountain A ftouthera paasea
ger, rifled the aafe In tbe express car, and
efcsped, not the slightest trace ot the
bandlla haa been found.
Every stranger who appears In this city
Is forced to give a strict account of him
self. It Is the general theory that tbe
bandits fled to the bills ot northeastern
Oklahoma, where they might remain safe
from observation for weeks.
The value of the loot obtained remains
a mystery. The express company asserted
the value to be much less than tJO.Ouo as
originally estimated, probably less than
ILuuo. The fact that the Pacific Expreaa
company today aant three special detectives
to tlda vlrlnly la regarded aa Indicative
of a large loaa auffered by the company.
Teraialent Advtrtlalng Is the
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DIXIEKVER FAliS INTO RIVER
Fast Train on Atlantio Coast Ljne
Wrecked at Occilla, Ga.
TWENTY -FIVE REPORTED LEAD
Klve Cars Fall lata Tri rrt f
tVater, t'arrrlaar Doni with
Them Koar H ' feet
orciI.LA. Oa.. March 15. ".even persons
were killed and more than a dnsen Injured
hen the Dixie Flyer on the Atlantic
Cosct line, running between Chicago and
Jacksonville, Fla., was wrecked on a trestle
over the Alapaha river near here at ?:M
o'clock this morning. The first and second
claim coaches and the first Pullman sleeper
went Into the river, carrying away about
400 feet of the trestle.
According to reports of some of the pas
sengers who came to Occilla the crash
came without warning. It was caused by
the breaking of an axle on the engine when
midway of the long trestle. ,
The coaches In the river are about ten
feet under water and It la aatd the Hat of
dead may be Increased wben the debris Is
Seven bodies had been recovered at noon
and the injured were brought here and
will he gent to the Atlantic Coast Line hos
pital at Waycroflg, Ga.
First report of the wreck were to the
effect that the entire train went Into the
river and that forty persona were killed
outright. The scene of the wreck Is in a
remote section of the state and It was sev
eral hours before accurate information was
Relief trains have been sent to the scene
from TlftoSi and Wlllaeoochee and Way
cross, and It la stated that It will be thirty-six
hours before the tracks are cleared
He port from Railroad Official.
SAVANNAH, Oa., March 2S.-The At
lantic Coast line general superintendent's
office gives out the following account of
the wreck of the Dixie flyer:
"Train No. 96, known aa the Dixie Flyer,
running from Chicago to Jacksonville, Fla.,
waa wrecked on the Alapaha tretsle, three
miles south of Alapaha station on the
Brunswick Western division ot the At
lantic Coast Line railway at 7:20 o'clock
this morning. The train carried down with
It 400 feet of the trestle. The baggage car
was telescoped and the first and second
class coaches and the first Pullman sleep
ing car fell through' the trestle.
"Conductor Charles J. ParneU of Savan
nah and a negro porter are supposed to be
under tha wreckage. number of passen
gers were Injured.
"The accident was caused by the engine
driving heel axle breaking eft atlhough
the engine remained on the trestle. Hos
pital trains were sent from the Coast line
hospital at WAycrose to the scene ot the
wreck with doctors and nurse on board.
Thla train left Way cross at S:40 o'clock
"Doctors were also sent from Tipton on
a special train and the company doctor
from Wlllaeoochee went to the scene on
a handcar. It will be thirty-six, hours be
fore the track Is cleared."
ran la! List ( Dead.
The known dead:
W. CULPEPPER, Tlftoa, Ga.
O. F. BOMWAHT, Henderaon, Ky.
MRS. WX D. FLETCHER, Rowland, 111.
CONDUCTOR CHARLES J. PARNBLL.
EXPHta-rfB ME8BENGER WOODWARD.
FIREMAN LUCIUS ELLIS, colored.
PORTER WHIDDEN, colored.
Expreaa Messenger Powell, serious.
W. T. Perkins, Cattlettsburg, Ky.
Mrs. O. V. Uomwark, Henderson, Ky.'
Nick Vaa Donmtulen, Grand Rapids,
Peter Qerlof, Holton, Mich,
lira. J. P. Klein and -year-old daughter,
W. F. Francis, Crawfordsvllle, Ind.
Wrecked Train la from Ihleafo.
CHICAGO, March 26,-The Dixie Flyer,
wrecked In Georgia early today, was
known on the time tables as No. 96, south
bound. It was composed of two Pullman
sleepers, buffet, drawing room and observa
tion cars and It left Chicago Thursday at
9:60 p. m. over the Chicago A Eastern
At Nashville, Tenn., It picked up an
Illinois Central sleeper from St. Louts,
Mo., and this made up tbe train to Jack
sonville, Fla. 1
The city ticket office of the Chicago
Eastern Illinois railroad showed eight
reservations for passage on the train from
Chicago to Jacksonville, but tbe ticket
office took no names of the passengers,
many of whom are believed here to have
embarked at Bt. Louis or Nashville.
Kites Carry Mast for
Experimenter at San Francisco CatcE
Spark from Station in Japan
4,600 Milei Away.
SAN FRANCISCO. March IS Notable
achievements In wireless telegraphy are
reported by a party that conducted ex
peiimenta In receiving meeaages with the
aid of high flying kites on a beacb near
the Golden Gate last night.
Tho experimenters claim to have heard
distinctly calls from San Juan, Pv-a
iwj vKsauiiigiun, u. ney weal, treS-
lyn navy yard. Colon. Ouantanamo, Cub
and the station at Otlchleul, Japan, wbttia.
Is 4.(00 mile distant They also dsteote4
a Marconi spark which they believe was
sent from Cornwall, England, a distance
of ,600 miles.
The receiving aerials were strung be
tween two peJra of sixteen-foot kites,
which rose to a height estimated at 1,600
Today reports of' the experiment are
being prepared for transmission to the
War department, together with sugges
tions for the uee of such an apparatus
for the detection of dlstsnt activities of
Grand Island Party
Has Narrow Escape
from Death in York
Burling-ton Freight Train Hita Carry
all in Which TwtWe Are
YORK. Neb.. March V 1 Special. ) -Twelve
delegate from Grand Island, who
came here to attend the convention of
the Modern Brotherhood, narrowly escaped
death when a Burirhgton freight train hit
the carryall la which they were being
transferred from the depot to the conven
All escaped serious Injury, though the
carryall was demolished and one of the
horse wa killed. r. O. Rlcheeoa. the
driver, wa thrown to tha ground and sus
tained painful cut sad bruise.
The Orand Island party consisted of Mr.
and Mrs. Falrchlld, Mr. and Mrs. Hend
ricks, Miss Kathleen .Ellsworth. Miss
Mlna Haaiy, Mi see Dora and Ruth Burk,
Mlsa Ella Kief. Mia Nellie ePtere and
Meaara. W. O. Haloway, W. a. Bently and
B. . Mark
Glover Charges that
Mother Was Deceived
by Church Trustees
Son of Founder of Christian Science
. Filei Additional Bill of Equity
In Will Suit
CONCORD. N. H.. March . An ad
ditional bill In equity filed today In the
superior court In behalf of George W.
Glover of Lead, 8. D., against the trustees
of the First Church of Christ. Scientist, of
Hoston, makes tbe direct allegation that
Mre. Mary Baker G. Kddy. founder of the
Christian Science church, was "sys
tematically deceived and led to bequeath
nearly the whole of her property to the
said church In Ignorance of the fact that
so great a bequest was forbidden by the
laws of New Hampshire and Massachu
It Is further alleged the plaintiff In the
case now before the courts, George W.
Glover, "was also deceived and entered
Into an agreement not to contest tha will
of his mother, Mary Baker G. Eddy, with
out auspectlng that an Illegal disposition
of the property was In contemplation."
( it Is stated he agreed not to question
any lawful bequests that his mother might
make, but It Is further declared he would
never have agreed to an Illegal distribu
tion ot the property and did not so agree.
Further, tbe bill declares the defendants
well knew Mr. Glover would not have en
tered Into an agreement which would bind
him to acQuleaenca la an evasion of the
law and he was, therefore, carefully kept
from any knowledge of the purposes ot
Another allegation Is that the plaintiff
was estranged from his mother through
the "machinations of the. directors of the
First Church of Christ, Scientist, her mind
having been poisoned against htm by false
statements." It la also charged that he
was under the Influence of "malicious ani
mal magnetism," which haa so many times
been mentlned In the Eddy suits.
POLICE HUNTING THREE MEN
Definite Report They Were Seen
Leaving: Court House.
TWO MUSICIANS SAW THEM
Polle mm4 Repreeentatlvea of Cald
well dt Drake Pine No lea.
rtanee I psa Arrrat f
The police Investigation to find tha
dynamiters who tried to blow up the court
house Friday morning la being centered
on the report that three men . were seen
leaving the court house shortly before the
explosion. These three men have been
traced by information gained from street
car conductor from South Omaha to the
R. E. Moulton, who live in the Karbaoh
block, and Grace Browne. Ml Harney
street, musicians, returning home at that
hour, saw' three men run fforr) the court
house enclosure shortly before the explo
sion. They were so badly frightened by
the shock of the two blasts that they did
not closely observe these three men.
The detectives are not Inclined to place
any Importance on the arrest of Bishop,
the suspect now In jail, but he will be held
fcr further investigation.
"I am Inclined to tho belief that the three
unidentified men are thos we seek, and we
will center our effort) oa their capture,"
said Chief Donahue.
Attache of the Caldwell A Drake office
place little or no importance on tho arrest
ot Oeorge Bishop on suspicion of having
been implicated In the dynamiting of the
new court house.
Though hi appearance and action are
suspicious they are Inclined to tho belTtf
that If ha were one of the dynamiters he
would not b lingering; around the building
after the crime hsM been committed.
Mis Helen Sinclair, office manager,
state that she doe not expect Mr. Cald
well bar soon. He ha tied up with other
matter in Louisville, and he could not
possibly get away at this time, she say.
Significance is attached to the fact that
the suspect admits having slept in a box
car in South Omaha Friday night, for the
bloodhounds on the trail led the detective
to a car In the lower railroad yards.
He claims to have lived In Louisville.
Ky., up to seven year ago. It I In Louis
ville that Oeorge W. Caldwell I located
at the present time. Blahop says that he
ha been In Omaha for four year, though
he I not able to account for any length
ot residence. When pressed he claims to
have been In Kansas City recently. When
arrested he bad soma clothe wrapped up
la a Denver paper.
DEMOS BUSY PARCELING STATE
(Continued from First Page.)
tier, HltChcook, Hay, Perklna, Chase,
Dundy, Nuekoll and Clay. Plaoek wants
to add Fillmore, Jefferson and Thayer and
out out Perkins sad Halt Quackenbush
want to put Ua; back Into this district
and run tho western dividing lino west of
vblp county and Weat of Furnaa, cutting
0 it Chase, Dundy, Hayes. Hitchcock,
frontier. Gosper and Red Willow, which
he would add to tho Sixth, throwing Nor
rts and Klnkald in together.
All counties weat of those mentioned are
left for the Sixth district
Aldrtoh Doabt Learallty. N-
Although doubtful of the bill constitu
tionality. Governor Aldrlch ha signed II.
R. 107, by Housh, to prohibit gift enter
prise and the using of trading stamps.
Before doing so, he held a bearing Satur
day forenoon and listened to objections
made by several merchants and attorney
representing dealers In various lines. -C.
C. Flanaburg, H. Herpolshelmer and Wil
liam Gold of Lincoln were among those
who appeared in opposition to the measure.
Another waa C. A. Klnmball, who spoke
for a Chicago manufacturing concern.
It Is practically certain that the new
law will he taken Into the courts. This
was one reason why the governor gave it
his official approval, as he preferred not
to assum the province of passing upon It.
H. R. U. by Hatfield, the bill changing
the ofrm of supervision for the care of
dependent a ad neglected children who be
come state wards, ha also received the
signature of Governor Aldrlch.
HALF MILLION FIRE AT COLON
Sloeks of leveaty-Flve
COLON, March ti Considerable suf
fering bas resulted from tbe fir of Thurs
day, when six block of ssvanty-flve
bouaes were destroyed, with a loss of
$600,000. Th American Red Cross so
ciety obtained several oosen tent from
tho Isthmian Canal commission, which
have bean erected, to shelter the homeless.
Free meals are being given to th des
titute. The gat receipt of base ball
games a-od other affair are being o
ated to the relief fund,
TIRE OF THE 6UARANTY LAW
Oklahoma Banker Qo to Comptroller
Murray with Complaints.
WANT TO GET RID OF STATE BANKS
Department Flooded with ApsJIva
tlans to Convert lalo Natloaala -in
Order to Seeara Belter Pre
refloat for fork holder.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, March l6.-(Speclal Tel
egram,) A stampede of Oklahoma slat
hanker to "get out from under th provi
sions of the Ckliihoma state guarantee law
Is In evidence. The office of Comptroller
of Currency Murray Is flooded with appli
cations of thoee who are desirous of con
verting their institutions into national
Th guaranty law went Into effect, In Ok
lahoma October 1, 1908. In 1901 only one
state bank was converted to the national
system; in 1909. three; In 1910, seven. Thus
far In 1U there have been eighteen con
version and during th last three months
applications for conversion have numbered
between seventy-five and 100, about alxty
five ot them coming hi wtlhln the last
thirty days. Action on nearly all of these
Is yet to be taken.
"We are tired of the guaranty law." is
the burden of th song of the bankers
whose applications are on file. On
banker writes that his net losses within a
term of years aggregated 1217. One assess
ment alon under the guaranty law to
protect depositors mulcted him nearly ten
times that amount.
"The guaranty law Is too expense e," one
writer says. The banking board has Just
levied against him an assessment of 1 per
cent on Ms average deposit for last year,
amounting to more than 12,000. Such ex
pressions as "W have had enough of
guaranty law," "We are disgusted with
guaranty law," "We have, no faith In
guaranty plan." "The law Is too expen
sive and altogether unjust," are of fre
jn nearly every case applicants demand
that the bureau take "hurried action." The
bankers of the state are harassed by the
rumor that another assessment Is In Im
mediate prospect and they desire con
version in time to avoid it. Their com
plaint Is that the law operates into the
hands of speculative banker at the ex
pens of conservative. Their argument Is
altogether In line with one advanced, by
wiuiam Howard Taft during the last pres
Klnkald Start for Home.
Congressman Klnkald left for hia home
In Nebraaka today, having cleared up a
number of departmental matter which
havo detained him since the adlournment
of the regular Session. He was gratified
to secure, finally, relief asked by the
North Platte Water Users' association for
tho further extension of time to make
water right payments.
An order was signed yesterday by Actlns
Secretary of the Interior Pierce virtually
granting the relief recently proposed by
the water users themselves. The effect of
this order I of great importance to many
water user on tha North Platte. Neb..
project, as it comes Just In Urn to prevent
a forfeiture of their claimri. ih.r.h re
lieving some of them of the neceesity. of
aelllng their relinquishments at a great
The following letter, from Acting Secre
tary Pierce to Congressman Klnkald is
"Referring to your letter and personal
Interview with tbe secretary, directed to
obtaining modification of exlatlng require
ments as to payment of charge upon tha
North Platte reclamation project, I have
to advise you that by public notice ap
proved March , MIL existing orders were
modified ao as to permit water user who
have heretofore made payment on Account
of the conatructlon charge to obtain water
for the season of 1911 upon the payment
of 25 cents per acre of the operation and
maintenance charge on of before June 15,
Mil, and the payment of the remaining
operation and maintenance charge of 11
on or before December 1, MU; those water
user who have heretofore made no pay
ment of building charge are required In
addition to the foregoing to mak a pay
ment of not less than 60 cent per acre on
account of the building charge 'on or be
fore March JL 1911."
"Railway Mall Clerks Kaaard.
Joseph J. Riordan, Pierce; Charles P.
Whitman, Fllley; Clark Wiseman, Cosad;
George S. Schwab, Clay Center; Gustaf E.
Miller, gtratton; Carl J. Veesey. Nellgh;
Ivan J. Norberg, Sumner; W. J. Kahowskl,
Omaha; Ielgh F. Bur well, Inland; Leroy
tavell, Ralston; Vern Catterson, Sutton;
Paul J. Wilson. Bloomfleld; 8. W. Mo
Kinley. Homer; L. Alva Grubb, Lakeside;
L. H. Burnlte.W'ahoo, Neb., all appolntel
railway mall clerks.
The C. W. Hull company of Omaha today
filed a complain with the Interstate Com
merce commission against the Missouri
Paciflo and Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul
railroad, alleging unjust and unreasonable
charges upon the shipment of one carload
of brick from Alloon to Wesley, la.
Reparation la demanded oa these shipments
to amount of llt a.
Rockefeller Corporation. Have Op
tion that. Will Giro Them Fall
Control of the Output.
SAN FRANCISCO, March to.-Following
upon an announcement made a few days
ao that the South Faclflc company had
named a price for the aale of Ita controll
ing intereat la tha Associated Oil company
to an eastern syndicate, a report appear
In th Chronicle today that It Is the Stan
dard OH company that has secured the
option of purchase.
The Chronicle say that the standard
OH 'Is In a posltlon'throui h this contract
to assume practical control of the entire
oil output of the California fields "
"OVily yesterday," the report adds, 'It
was learned from aa authoritative aource
that th Standard waa th prospective
purchaser and that tbe deal' Involved th
practical eombinetloa In control of all the
pipe lines of th ooast.
A FRIEND IN NEED .
To Many a
'There'i a Reason"
to owners of
or Piano Players
A "Tester' Roll
A "tester" Is s roll of music constructed so as to tt th ac
tion, sound and depth of any key or note nf a player. With It each
note la played separately: each note is trilled, and then the "tester"
runs the "scales'' automatically.
It "teats" your player piano Just iw a factory expert would leot
it; you set a complete diagnosis of Its condition, lust as a physician
would diagnose an ailment of yours. If a note "atlck," th "tester"
shows It. and t Is useful In a scor of other nays.
These "testers" have never before been placed in the hands of
the purchasers, or users, of player piano, their us having been re
stricted to fsctory experts.
A limited quanltlty has' been received here, and If YOU possess
a player piano of Piano player you may have one r'HKK by appljlng
Manager of Player Dept. of
vt , IM Jit If ,r-"TJs Jf
16th nnd Harney Streets
7 If I i
Tor style and beauty we certainly
hare tried our very beat this aeaaon.
Our $5.00 and 10.00 Pattern Xat
are th beat in tbe city.
F. 11 Schadell & Co.
isaa SOUOI.AS t.
They do the work bet
ter that' th
Simoiids' Hand Saws
There never waa a bet
ter saw for the money
If there I a better one
Slmonds will mak it.
Visit us and receive free a Car
penter and Builders' Culde Book.
"IB Barnsy Street., Omaha, aTeb.
LARGE OALVANIZD PAIL, special 18c
HEAVY POTATO MASHER, regular 10c, special 5c ,
SANITARY EGO WHIP, regular 45c, special 28c
POTATO RICER, regular 3.ic, special 21c
TOWEL RACK, regular 15c, special Cc
OUR NEW SPRING STOCK, OF GARDEN AND LAWN
HOSE, FROM 10c UP.
T TlLTON OOGERS
AXIl SONS iiNX COMPANY
rtEW LOCATION. 1515 HARNEY STREET
DR. Z. D. CLARK
Haa been in the Ramge building, 15 th and
Harney street, opposite Orpheum, for 12'
years. I have no other office address.
REIVIEIV1HICR, Z. O.
I wish to announce
that 1 have the larpcst line
of both foreign and domestic
fabrics for spring nnd sum-'
mer suits that I have ever
shown, and I know how to
fashion them into smart gar
ments that will express your
personality. Fit nnd work
manship guaranteed. It's up
to me let me show vou.
John A. Rylcn,
403 So. 13th StrMt
Suits to Ordtr $28.00
Mr. Traveling Man:
You keenly realize the Import
ance of Impressive attire you
know liow much a prosperous
"front means and you alao
know the subtle influence exerted
by attire made especially for you.
You also know the difficulty in
findl&g a tallory that can endow a
suit with that smart air so neces
sary In the attire of a "Knight of
We guarantee every garment
skillfully and stylishly tailored
and perfect in fit.
Special atrong gooda for travel
MacC arthy- Wilson
SO4-&O0 South 10th St.
' Near Farnara.
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