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Caps tor men
There's as much dif
ference in caps as ir
We're featuring Heid
caps made in the Quak
er city by Frank- P.
English plaids fancy
checks and plain colors
i are shown in profusion see the new caps worn on the
street chances are the niftier ones came from here.
Prices are $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00.
Write for our new catalogue. .
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1518-1520 FARNAM STREET
MORE BODIES FROM TITANIC
(Continued from First Pact )
Of Rsuchlln. managing director of the
tfelland-Amertran eteemehlp Hue, had
gene down with Um Titanic Mr. Reuch
II I ni earning to thli country to arrant
btietaeea relstlve to the opening of tM
Relief funds (or ths survivors continue
t trow and the hoapltals report that
practically all ot tha sufferers art re
covered. YhB flret Mat of names of( bodies re
covered from tha Tltanla disaster br tha
eabta llMmr htaekay-Beaaett, aa re
carved hara but night through wirslees
mosssgas to tha Whit Mar Una office.
Tha liat eeotalna twenty-eeven Samoa.
Prominent Newspaper Mai
Has Wonderful Experience
Vow years ka waa maahlo as attoad to
Iria baxlseee beeeaat of raa-dowa
aosdlttoa oaaaad ay stomach troaslee.
' Bead his laterestlag loMot teUiag how
j ho waa awadi
waa troubled for some yaara with
oitarrh of tho sumach? could not alaap
aad waa threatened with graTa atomach
trouble; waa very much run down and
could not attoad to buelnees half a day
without a narrow breakdown. I aaw
Iaiftr Pura Halt Whlahay advertised
a decided to give tho madtetao a
thorough trial, and I taka plaaauro m
Informing yon that It hso proven more
tUa eatukviory In ovary lianenta. for
af aooa aa I began using 'fata wholaaoma
apd palatable whiskey I coram soced to
Wat, alaop Wall and (Ml refreshed every
mpralng aa arising. Now I da a My
dtya work aad hara a food appetite
agd kayo gained twenty poundo ka
vartght; aad walla I am a lomparanoo
eiroeela aad do sot bailers ta drinking
bttoxlcetlag beverages, wbaaairor I feet
the aead at a tonlo and stimulant, I da
aft hostltata to lake aomo of your whis
ht r. 1 eaa haartlly rssommeod It to
any ana who run down, aad no house
hold ahauld ho wUhoat tt. for It may
b Beaded at any awrnent, aad whaa
iQirlsd ovary drop la worth Ita weight
Id cast" Ueula i. Walker, Editor Poca
lM. Pace, W. Vs.
aooftya Para MaM Wblakey m a mad
fcjoe of crest value. For enddaa lllnaoa
deny klad tt affords creat relief and
a dally tonic (or body building, tor a
mulant with ae raactioa It ataada
ld m Bailed bottles only by druggists,
grocers aad deal era, or direct 0.0) a
large botila. Our doctors wtll send yon
alrtre (roe. together with a valuable 0
laMrated scoaM. oa appikmlloa. Tho
Upfly Melt Whiskey CO,
That of "George M. Widen." aa sent by
wireless la hollered to refer to Ueorfo W.
Wldfiwr of PhUadelphla.
In tha list aa It came the following com
"Nihil tchedlc R. B. Alt, which oper
ators believe hara bsea Intended for
Major Archibald Butt s aame.
Similar speculation developed over the
name "Colas Raaher," a name which tha
White Star Una could not account for
and which telecraph operators thought
mlcht ho Colonel Aator't. '
Tha Hat as receired at tha White Star
Una offices Is aa follows:
I.. M. HOFFMAN.
MRU. ALEXANDER RORBINS.
WILLIAM H HAKRF.CK.
A. 1. HAI.VKKSON. -
it. W. AHB.
A H. HATTr.R.
J. II. OI1X.
ERNEST B. T1MIJN.
OKOROR nOHKNDll RK.
JOHN H. CHAPMAN.
ill MOM aoTHKR.
- - till E A.
OKOROB W. WirtKN.
HTfcWAKK NO. 71
R. B. ATT.
The wlreleaa meaaaca, after Hating the
aames, concluded: "All preserved." pre
sumably retoiing to tha eoaditloa of the
COL. W. S. MOORE IS DEAD
Jonrnaliit and Politician of lows
Expires at Set Hodae.
THISjI EUE5S C1SG CAUGHT
Polle Believe Thc-r Hav Captarad
Mn ' Who ' Have Loa Bea
Terrorising XortWra Iowa
i From a Staff Correspondent)
DE8 MOINES, la., April rt (Special
Telegram.) Colonel W. S. Moore, seed
9. soldier. Journalist ami politician,
known to ewry politician In Iowa for
forty years, died at a hospital here
today of paralysis. He worked on the
Iowa State Reaiater with Ciarksons. His
lat public office waa agent ot the gov
ernment land office bere.
Thlak limn? Taptored.
Fourteen men are under arrest at Perry
who the local police think are the Burns
gang, who tor years have robbed banks,
poetoffloe and small stones In northern
Iowa. An abandoned coal mine la being
searcheft for their burglar tools.
' laearaaee Flakt Beartaa.
Charles K.. Beldenkopt of -New York
and a group of stockholders of tha Des
Moines 1-ife Insurance company today
tiled an action la the district court ask
ing that tha sale of tho local oompany
to tha National Life Insurance company
of Chicago be set aside. They allege
they .were Induced to sell then- stock for
CM a ehare by officers of the local com
pany under misrepresentation ot the
facta, the officers selling ths sama stock
to tho Chicago company for $700 a share.
titebut to do
so, coffee growths, blend,
and roasting must be per
fection. It's the appetizing
that endears it to the thou
sands of particular cofiee
drinkers who use it. A
single trial will convince
you of its quality and value.
TOMI BROS., Dt
TOMC SB4 "frifrf,'
ISS-UT Vest 4TU Stnat, .
x. v. crrr. .
S00 Fee East at Broadway.
a wwdra Hi epreut aatet la tne
heart at the tsMter. duk and botet
(istfieti eeorealaat to all car Uses,
As ascapUenei erc&eeue- eteems
nk private eah KL per '4sy.
Fraa Oraod Central BUMloa, Bread
sy cars wit unit traasfeff. Freer
t-ennsriraata atatioa, Ita Areaue
ue witaoHA traaater. awaaiet aa
B. B. SHAKES. Prop.
Newspaper Men to
Form a Press Club
Over forty members of the editorial
departments of tho varloua Omaha news
papers will hold a banquet at tho Rome
hotel Thursday evening at t:M o'clock
for the. oa press purpose of organising a
press club. It Is tho Intention of the
press club after Its formation to fit up
three or mora rooms In tho business dis
trict of the city. Prominent speakers
from vsrlous parts of ths country wtll
be brought are by the club aechh
moatb to address tha members, and their
CHURCH TO GET $4,000
FROM THIE PARK BOARD
Approval of the appralaement for tho
Carter lake boulevard waa postponed by
the city council In committee of the
whole this morning until next Monday
afternoon. The postponeraent waa made
to glrs property holders aa opportunity
to present protests It they so desired.
A majority ot ths council approved tho
Rev. Mr. Byles Dies
Ministerinff to Needy
Refuses to Be Sayed
NEW YORK. April M-Wlnnowed
from among many pathetic 'atorlea of
the Titanic catastrophe today waa a tale
of two clergymen who went dowa with
the Tltanla while ministering to ths
stricken passengers. One of tho clergy
men waa Raw, Thomas R. D. Bylaa of
Westminster parish, London, who was
on his way to officiate at tho marriage
of hla brother In Brooklyn, and tho other
a Oermaa priest whoea name la
Father Bylaa waa la tha first cabin and
the Oerman priest la tha second. The
story of their death waa related today
by three womea survivors ot the Tltaiil
Ellen Mocklare, Bertha Moran aad Miss
, When tha Knar struck the iceberg they
as mi, rather Bylaa came down the elver
ace passageway with hand uplifted com
manding the people to be calm and glv
Ing them bla blessing. ,
"He led as to where the boats were
being lowered." said Mtaa Mocklare,
"meanwhile aaylng his prayers and help
ing womea and children Into tho boaU.
Hs whispered words of comfort and sa
souragement to alt Tha passeagera were
deeply Impressed by his seltcontrol. Twice
he refused to enter tha boat and aare
Rev. Mr. Bylea, who went down with
the Titanic, waa a brother ot Winter
Byles of Omsha. While hla father and
brothers were known to many Omaha
people, tha Rev. Mr. Bylea bad never
Winter Bylea relumed yesterday from
appraisers report oa tho damage to
property on Nineteenth and Ohio. The
appraisers' report fixed tha damags to
the church at KW and to a house and
lot at elMO.
NO GLASSES FOR
MEN ON TITANIC
(Continued from First Page.)
tha boats were being prepared for lower
ing on the port aide.
"Tha women came forward one by one,
many accompanied by their husbands.
They would allow only women. Men
had to stand back. No men passengers
got In that boat."
"Did you see any man attempt to get
"No. I wss surprised that tha sailors
were not at their posts aa they should
have been. I have seen tire drills and
the action of tba sailors did not Impress
"When we got the the next boat a
quartermaster and a sailor were put in
and the boat was then filled with women.
Wa called out for mora women and some
would not leave their husbands.".
COLONEL WOULD WIN SOOTH
S171 if He U Kcarnated Will Fight
WAITS JACXS02ILUT DEMOCRATS
Reeeerelt Dell vera Speech at Graeaa
boro, N. Cm rrwaa Veraaaat at
Old Saathora Maaalaai Re-aster
HUPP SYSTEM MAKES
DEBUT AT WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON. D. C. April M-The
first of a series of public demonstrations
of tha "Hupp System" for handling mall j
automatically on tha railroada of tha
country was given on the Chesapeake
Beach railroad and the efficiency and
accuracy with which It dlapatched and
collected mall aacka at varloua sites and
weights wss indeed a revelation.
This "System," oonslderlng tha sim
plicity of Its construction and Ita per
fect precision and elocution la destined
to occupy a nlncha In tho hall ot revolu
tionary mechanism and fills a want that
has long been felt by the governments
and railroada of the world.
The Hupp Automatto Mail Exchange
company, whoea general offices are at
Kansas City, Mo., has arranged to con
tinue theeo demonstrations for tha Best
thirty days, which arc under tha per-
aonal supervision of tha Inventor, Albert
GREENSBORO. N. C. April a -If
Colonel Roosevelt gains tho nomination
for president ha will come to the south,
he said today, ta an effort to win It
over. He made a claim to the support
of democrats ss well ss republicans and
said be would embark on a determined
campaign to break up tha "solid south."
"I have tha right to the support of
every heir to tha Jacksoniaa democracy."
be said la his speech here. "I am fighting
for the principles In which the great bulk
of tho people of tile south believe and
they are kept away from ma only by a
name. I am going to see to It that they
are not kept away by a mere name, I
shall fight so that they wtll vote the way
they feet-end when I fight. I fight"'
la another part of hla speech be said.
"When I am nominated I'll do my best
to get tba old tar heel' state."
Colonel Roosevelt said his reception In
Arkansas on Saturday and In North Car
olina today had pleased him greatly.
Tha colonel arrived at Aahevllle. N. C
In the early morning la the midst ot a
downpour of rain, which continued most
of the time while be was on the way to
Oreeeaaboro. Despite tha storm be waa
met by crowds at a number of atatlona
and mads several brief speeches from his
The rain bad ceased when ha reached
Oreensboro, and be delivered his apeenh
from tha wide veranda of an old southern
mansion which stands near tha center of
the city. Senator Dixon, his campaign
manager. Introduced blm.
Colonel Roosevelt said bo was relying
far bis sjsjpport upon the plain people.
CHANGED MIND ABOUT
BOAT ANjHJFE IS SAVED
SHERIDAN. Wyo.. April tt-tSpeclal
Telegram.) Dissipating fears thst hla
brother went down with the Titanic last
wssk. Max Johneon of Sheridan today
received a letter that although ha tad
booked paasaga oa tha unfortunate vessel
be had changed bla mind at ilia last
minute and decided not to sail. Tba lams
Oustav Johannaen appeared In tha pub
lished list ot those unaccounted for.
Persistant Advertising la tba Road ta
brought by employes a umber but a third
of such cases. The remainder are doe to
the crying necessities or the greed of
those disabled la tho coarse of modern
transportation or by tba diverse powerful
engines of modern society. To all of
these ths personal Injury suit holds out
prospects even more enticing than those
of the stock market- A fortune the
means ta gat rice qutckly-gleams within
easy reach. And who spars them on?
Who fosters their hopes ssd even panders
to their cupidity? Tha lawyer; who, as
the high priest and promoter of the o-jry.
sometimes seems the mast formidabls
stumbling block to reform ot speculative
litigation. But the reform Is certain to
come; for the machinery which maintains
it haa become too costly."
"I suppose so." said Josephine, as I
paused, but her assent seemed a trifle
reluctant, and I could follow tba work
ing of her mind which culminated In:
"If so much ,pf the law business consists
of accident suits, and they are all abol
tahed. what Is to become ot the poor law
"You may rest assured, my dear." I
answered, "that Harold will be a gray
haired man by then, and very likely oa
the bench. At the same time, you should
bear In mind that It kt not the function
of a philosopher to protect any man's
livelihood. Tftere waa a period when a
successful buccaneer waa regarded aa an
ornamental member of society." Robert
tirant In Scribner'a.
Bobbed While Drunk On a charge of
robbing a drunken man of 96, C. W.
Tuttle of Council Bluffs and Peter Sor-
snera, Kll Charles street, were arrested)
yesterday by Officers Morris. Delahanty
and Llrhert. Tuttle admitted that be had
taken money from the victim, Joe Lund
green, a farmer from Silver Creek, Neb.
RICH FEAST FOR THE LAWYER
What Wesld Bappea ta the Pratee.
ale If Aealdeat Caaea
Ceaaed ta Be.
"At present, of course, tha services of
a lawyer seem Indispensable In ovary In
stance of savers personal Injuries tor
which eoroeone else may be held re
sponsible. But I believe that Harold win
live to see the day when all such liability
not merely for Injuries sustained dur
ing ampkqrment, but anywhere will be
compensated out of court by fixed and
graduated rules ot Indemnity. Not until
then shall wa be rid of carnival ot litiga
tion which congeats our courts and haa
almost transformed them Into a gambling
mart. Tha suits for psrsonal Injuries
Persistent Advertising is tha Road to
For Tender Faces
Indispensable tor those subject to red
nen, roughness, and other Irritations
of ths skin. A shaving luxury. No mug,
no eoggy soap, bo germs, no waste of
time or money. In nickeled box. JSC., at
slonaorbymaU. Liberal temple fres.
Adunaa "Cuueur.- Depl.aa, liosioa.
11 W worn
I j'"-- -----
CANYASS WILL BE BELATED!
(Continued from First Page.)
him ot bad faith In bringing out Clark
which Mullen denied and a healed argu
ment ensued which was fllquantlr per
sonal. In spits of thla Itneup for the
presidency tba Wilson leaders, at least
those who are supposed to stand closest
ta Bryan, threw Metcalfe dowa and
helped, either openly or by silence. Mora
head, who refused to commits himself
and trained with the other crowd. Just
what this crowd had la mlad making
Metcalfe a vVartoue sacrifice does not
appear oa tha surface, but It la hinted
that Bryan, seeing his grasp oa Ne
braska democracy slipping aa account of
his stand two years age la trying, through
the Influences of hla friends, ta make
peace with the wet a. through help ex
tended to tha wet candidate for governor
la opposition ta Metcalfe, tho dry can
didate and hla psrsonal friend and
co laborer. ; Certain tt la that theee Wil
son men. friends ot Bryaa. eould have
maoe Metcalfe if tbey had glvea bias
Commercial School 1
In nepunee to circular letters sent out
at the Omaha High school by Prof. L.
C Roamtsel, head of the commercial de
partment, to ascertain the number of stu
dents who latead ta taka tha buetaaas
training coarse at tha high school ot ceta
meros, which win be geisnsd la gwpteaa
ber. a total of Ml paalla reepoaded. To
gether with anas 9M who are expected
ta enter front the grade schools, the aaw
oehoot wis bava a begtaatng enrollment at
about an. . i .
Good and bad heating detected
"I deduce, Watson," said the great
detective, "that the cause of-this
house being long vacant is clearly
shown by these signs of old-fashioned
heating." When you go to
look up those enticingly advertised
real-estatef bargains, be your own
Sherlock Holmes and look sharp
to see whether each room has
stationed therein those cast-iron
signs of true, ideal heating
ARADIAIORS MBOILERS Also we to It that the celte fa fitted
with the easy to run, dependable and
"fuel-marvelous" IDEAL Boiler. They change a house into a home. The
rapidly increasing use of these outfits for cottages, houses, stores, schools,
churches, etc, rests on their remarkable coal economy, labor saving,
health protection, lower insurance, absence of repairs.
They free the living-rooms of the ashes, dirt, smoke,
soot, and coal-gases, as belched out by old-fashioned
heating methods. Your carpets and furnishings will
wear far longer and housework is greatly reduced.
Buildings heated with IDEAL Boilers and AMERICAN Ra
diators command 10 to 15 higher rentals; if you sell, you get
your full money back for the outfit which does not rust out or we ar
out Or you obtain larger loan on property, because modernized.
Hara yoti aver Beard, at aayoaa) gofasg pack us other fernae of Baatixur once they hara triad
our war? Any argument in that to won? Once row ooe these outfits good from bad hearing;
ia aukkl7 detected. Please let as gre 70a aa idea ed casts aua wary auia ''as, and at
thai season of the rear vou art tba services of ths ascot skiOed fitsara. Ask for book (free).
Ma. Cttll rotaX Seller ead Waa. ft. at
Ma. AMI!CN ftadletere, eesttec See
owaer $ 138. were aeedse beet thtosse.
tecs. At thi. srtes the sees, eaa be SsegM
of earnemabte. eeaasemt glner. Tbte
a ef ieeer,sie,vivea.
One caaiglueT ef eael hi aa
tDKAi. Betor eaailT teste
There eea be aa tset
W, aim aaMl sW 411 CO WAND Vi
aWrfs. asisisjh. sears, niaarri. mtc 4 sara aaa einaraf Kara
A7eWsaBvaWfr WUaWaeat.etewfe as
ate As fipmt aW Mr, assies' ar-aacsrai olUr. C-mkMl
atiasar lairsss'. jsa aaw a sarmt, asrsrsaf
No txchMiwt gjaffCBtt.
Sold by an 1
41417 Socta Tenth St,
at CMeeta, Hew Terk, BeMea, mHiaie. Wnilibjals. Wesatatriea, hahl 1 l. Bill, W gt. CI -rales i. risilaasll, DrtrWt, AthnMs,
Mew Or Mao. lsillsimislli.Mil. siissi.Oejaho.aBssieeoHa.ae.tteat.aa. Li.i.l Ore. Dwtver, 1 1 ula. fillies a.Nasaa, Baaf i-an.ee.
jaea& i ... .f
lam offering a
blue serge made
to order for $20.
This offer also in'
eludes some nice
grays and browns,
and perfect fitting;
MicCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co
304400 South Sixteenth St.
AN OLD TIME
DARKENS THE HAIR
For generations Sage and Sulphur have
eaa need for hair and scalp troubles.
Almost everyone knows tba value of such
a combination for keeping tba hair a
good area oolor, for curing dandruff.
Itching scalp and falling hair, and tor
promoting the growth of tba hair. Tears
ago the oolT war to get a Hair Toole of
thla kind was ta make It la tha home,
which waa troublesome and not alwara
satisfactory. Nowadays, almost any up-to-date
druggist eaa supply hla patrons
with a readr-to-uee product, aklllfullr
prepared la perfectly equipped labora
tories. Aa Ideal preparation of thla sort is
Wrath's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
In whioh Sage and Sulphur are combined
with other valuable remodteo for acalp
troubles and thin, wash hair that Is los
ing Its color or coming out. After using
thla remedy for a few days, yoa will
notice the color gradually coming back,
your scalp will feel better, the dandruff
will soon be gone, and la lees than a
month'a time there will bo a wonderful
difference In your hair.
Dos t neglect your hair If It Is fun of
dandruff, losing Its color or coming oat.
Oct a fifty cant bottle Wyeth's Sag,
and Sulphur from your druggist, and ass
what a few days' treatment will da tor
you. All drugglata sell it, under guaraa
tea that the money will ha raf uaded IX tha
remedy ta not exactly aa represented.
Special agent. Sherman IsaCanaeU
Watch and Jewelry
Swat of Work, fcowart
Fritz Sandwall Co.
303 South 15th Street
Dram!; TkaeJa "
and a proffnun of 41vertlMmnU tin-
dr th direction of
Mat. at t o'clock. Evening at I o'clock
Seats on sale at box office, Apr. 27.
Vrisea too to f 140.
Lyric Theater JMh?!
Thareday, April M
World a greste.t
ture!, f e a t a of
atea Only. -Afteraooa
Each ticket en
tltlea bolder to
Physical c a 1 tura
ickets on sale Owl BraaT Store, llth
Ia a. -!.
Hat, Brery Bay 1:1s. Xvery aright gag
Frank Keeoaa. Prlnceee Rajah. Knox
Wllaon. Thurber and Madison, rive
Original Plroscotfls. Tha Four Kamoua
V ai is Clsmons and Dean, Klnctoacope,
Orpheum Concert Orcheetra. Pricea.
Night. 10c :5c. toe. lie. Matinee, lee.
beet seats lie, except Bat. and Sua
OMASA'S rVSf OBaTTShV
SXTBATAaAaTSA AJTD YAVBSYlUa
Lea Stevens, fsellie r'lorede, 4 Banta
Brcau Beauty Chorus. Pint Amateur
Contest of Season Friday Might. Cash
Prise. Great Pon.
Ladle Mxee Wstlasa Svsty Weak Bay
CeaigM. ataae. ao, Tkaxs Bat,
WAiTKB B. PgBZIjra,
WOODWAKO STOCK OOaTPAbTT la
art rmzBtra nroai nrsiA
Next Week Ueateaaat hug Aead i
Who Bo Theret
KRUG 1 HEATER
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DARLINGS of PARIS
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