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Waists for Easter Wear
Milady needs a beautiful waist for her Easter suit and
will find that a choice is not hard from our collection of
tlressy waists, tailored waists and lingerie styles. The
fabrics Voile, Linon, Chiffoh, Crepe, Batiste, Nets, Crepe
do (1iine,.Tub Silk and Brocade Silks givo you a vast as
sortment of waists from which to choose. A visit to
this section Saturday will prove well worth while.
AVaists-98c to $10.50.
Dresses for All Occasions
In our new dress section we givo superior service, Btyle
and individuality. Luxurious rooms for your privnto
use, experienced salesladies and fitters in attendance.
. An unequalled showing of dresses of every stylo, in
ovcry fabric such as crepe do chine, in new draped effects
$25.00. Crepe Meteor drosses in late colorings $.15.00.
Hand embroidered dresses in voile aud crepe $19.50 to
$75.00. Wash silk dresses-$7.50 to $8.75.
Nothing more suitable than
silk hosiery for Easter wear.
Thread Silk Hose $1.00,
$1.50 and $1.75 n pair.
Black Silk Hose with lisle
garter tops and soles $1.00
and $1.50 a pair.
Medium weight Black Silk
Hoae $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 a
Staple Shades at $1.50 and
$2.00 a pair.
25c Peroxide Cream, 1212c.
25c Cucumber Hand Lotion,
12M-C a bottle.
Popular brands of perfume,
regular prico 50c an oz. 135c.
Ideal Hair Brushes, the gen
uine imported, double bristle
kind, regularly $1.15, at 75c.
' SOc a Pair
"Kayser" Silk, Lisle or
Chamoisetto glovos, black,
white and colors 50c a pair.
Gloves, $1 a Pair
lG-button length Silk Gloves
in black, white and colors
$1.00 a pair.
2-clasp Silk Gloves in black,
white and colors, nico, heavy
quality, good wearing, our best
scllors $1.00 a pair.
Special Sale of Inexpensive Millinery
In Oar Basement
Hats Trimmed Free
Reserved for tomorrow's cus
tomers are one hundred hats
which will be placed on sale for
the first time Saturday morning. These hats are in the new
est styles and colorings, trimmed with fancy feathers, flbw-
' ers and ribbons (see illustrations) at these special prices:
$2.95, $3.95 and $4.95
A large assortment of Un
trimmed Hats in hemp, pat
ent Milans and Azures, all
the season's best colors and
$1.45, $1.95 and $4.95
Wide French Ostrich Plumes
in two-tones, all fine colors,
for $1.95 and $2.95 Saturday.
Beautiful line of fancy Wings
and Stickups, fifty different
styles and colors, 39c, 70c and $1.95.
AUSTRIA WRITES ULTIMATUM
Answer of Montenegro to Demands
SITUATION BECOMES SERIOUS
Lively InterclimiB;e of View Tle
twem Austria nnrt Itnly Itf
RnrilltiK Joint Action la
You will appreciate the dif
ference when you select your
material,' then" havo',your now
gown, . skirt . or. suit made just
as you want it.
DRESS GOODS DEPART
Men's Neckwear and Shirts
With that new Spring suit, you should have one of our
ties or shirts to complete your Easter attire. We have
an unusually beautiful selection of Easter neckwear and
can surely please you. Prices start at 50c.
Just received, a lino of new striped shirts that will
please you. Price, $1.50.
Negligee style, with French cuffs, a very good assort
Special at $1.15 A large line of new spring patterns
will be sold at this price Saturday. All sizes.
Mon's Department, Main Floor, a step from either entrance.
m 1HQM om
"SI Jffl &
VIENNA. Austria, March 21,-The Aug.
trla-Hungnry government Is preparing an
ultimatum to Montenegro, according to
an unofficial statement today. The ulti
matum was decldod upon, It Is said,
owing to the unsatisfactory nature of
the reply to the Austrian remonstrances
The Montenegrin reply Is considered
here as creating a serious situation. A
lively exchange of views Is proceeding
between the Austro-Hungarlan and the
Italian Foreign offices In regard to pos
sible Joint action by the two powers.
Austria will insist on enforcing the de
cision of the European powers that Scu
tari shall remain ah Integral part of the
future autonomlous state of Albania.
Reply of Klnjr Nleholn.
LONDON, March 21.-Klng Nicholas of
Montenegro today replied to poremptorv
demands mado by Austria yesterday In
connection with the Montenegrin bom
bardment of Scutari. Although the note
Is conciliatory In' tone, the king refuses
most of Austria's demands. Ho says he
lias ordered that the bombardment be
directed only against the forts and trmt
the rest of tho city shall not bo shelled.
Klmr Conntnntlnr Tnke Oath.
ATHENS, Murch 21. King Constantino
of Qreece took tho constitutional oath of
office" of the chamber of Deputies today
Under auspicious circumstances In tho
presence of the highest official of tho
state and the entire Parliament.
The metropolitan of Athens, who was
surrounded by the members of tho ho'y
synod In full canonicals, offered prayer
and then read aloud the oath, which the
king repeated In a firm voice. The king
then signed the oath and all the cabinet
ministers and the metropolitan counter
signed It amid the hearty cheers of the
A salute of 101 guns was fired when tho
royal procession left tho palaec-jfor &
Chamber of Deputies. Brilliant weather
had brought out great crowdB, who
cheered tho king on his way, and the
military bands stationed at Intervals
played the national anthem.
The king wilt start for Salonlkl tonight.
AND HUNDRED AND
SEVEN HURT IN STORMS
(Continued from Pago One.)
(inle MovIiik Northward.
WASHINGTON, Murch 21.- ternnc
storm that raged over the central west
ern states throughout tho night was to
day moving northwestward, leaving a
wako of destruction. Telegraph and tel
ephoho communication" wero crippled
throughout tho district south of tho Ohio
river. Tho storm moved northward and
fore daylight, and within four hours had
prostrated telegraph lines In all direc
tions. All transudation lines were
One young woman was blown under
the feet of a team of horses and severely
Tho first effects of the storm were felt
south and east of Chicago. Wires routed
around tho south end of LakeMIchlgan
went dqwn within an hour :of thr tlmo
the storm struck, Then the territory
west of the oltyfw.itr,4uy oftr and about
two hours later tho last of' the above
ground wires; along the north shore suc
cumbed to the combined1 forces of Ice and
Two Wires enrvlve,
only lines which survived
cutarad over Ohlgo and Indiana and! two wires to St. Louis. Over these was
carried n very small pari oi me nuns m
Intelligence which normally Is received
and sent out from Chicago, The only
threatened further destruction.
.The weather bureau, from the meagor
reports compiled over the crlpplod wires
predicted a scvore cold wave to follow.
crumb of comfort to those charged with
Storm warnings wero ordered displayed! transmitting press and commercial telo-
Hit along tho Atlantic' coast from Hut
teres to Eastport, Mo,
Last night's storm swept Arkansas,
MiKsUslppi and on north across the Ohio
river and today was centered over tho
Ureat Lakes. Tho weather forecaster,
after examining his reports, said:
"The storm U accompanied by severe
grams was that the Qood Friday holiday
relieved them of the usual burden of
brokerage aud market reports.
Six hours after the storm broke, the
sun forced Its way through tho clouds
and tho dleturbnnco ceased almost ns
suddenly na It had begun. The damage.
however, had been done, and early estl-
western sectlonjbt Madison county at 2
o'clock this morning, killing two children
of Jonafl RoberisT whoso house was blown
awny. A third child was badly Injured.
Tho gale waa followed by a terrltlf'lc
nail and rain storm.
.SOMERSET, Ky., March 21. Thirty
five frame buildings were blown down.
None of the occupants was badly Injured.
Other, points In. the same, sectlpi..rjBported
DI3AU) FIFTY INflUnBD
PUTDTV UTPUW MP l'ore daylight, and within four hours had Hallna, La., a town of about 300 lnhabl-
lnllll 1-JJlUIll JJ1JJ prostrated telegraph lines In all dlrcc- tants In nienvillo Parish, by last night's
severo wind storm, according to a report
received hero today,
Several houses were blown down in
Qlbbsland, a town In Bienville Parish,
and several thousand dollars property
damoKe was done. Tho house of Joe
Randall In Olbbsland, was blown from
lti, foundation, carried through tho nlr
I several hundred yards and deposited out
side the town
31 mi Killed at Tiffin.
COLUMBUS, O., March, 21. At Tiffin,
O., William Wick, 75 years of age, was
Instantly killed and six or eight othors
aro believed to havq been burled in tho
debris of a smoko stack of a country in
flrmnry, which was wrecked by tho high
winds. Three others are known to be
Luke Erie limit Aliasing.
SANDUHICY, O., Morach 21,-Two
boats are missing, one Is on tho rocks
and another In distress In the soventh
mile galo that Is sweeping Sandusky bay
today. It Is thought that six or more
men may have been drowned. Life sav
ers have gone to the resctle of six others
who are In extreme peril
JHFFBRSON, Tex., March 21,-FKty
to sixty thouvuud dollars' damage whs
done, but no lives were lost 'in a tornado
which Inst two minutes hero last night.
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many ,hZu l tl"o north cent a tat ' the west were severed today as et.ecf "truck the county Jail at Covington. Ky,
many points in mo norm ccnirai ",.. .. ...... .,., today, hurl nir the firtin.fnnt rhimnnv
stornl cutting off cow-' up over night In the Mississippi ar,d Ohio to the ground and bouncing the sixty! At Hoxto a hotel In the course of con
siorm cuiiiiiK tu"' .. . . . ... . . .. nri. ,.n . r. i ..n. wnu h nwn Mown, tho rallroua
tlver valleys, wina, rain, sieei anu nu- c'"oi num nun .......... - - ,(
storms which raged last night and con- co"- prisoners were thrown into a siauon ucsiroyeu, an
tlnued this morning caused tho worst Pl- entirely flattened, three brick store ouiiu.
wlro blockade tho telegraph and telo- Wind Velocity llluheM mi itecord. ! la Partly ",own aown Bna lnB DV-
I phono compunies have known In years. LOUISVILLE, Ky.. March 21. At I building wrocKea.
Tho farthest west that could bo rooched Loulsvillo tho weather bureau gauge rig- ccoraing io me i.'";iib'i
from New York for a time today waJ iHtorcd a velocity of seventy-live miles, i "ow t"0 storm """P1 a P"1" AOOUl ""
Mpmnhls. and communication with At- the highest on record at this station. I " mllo wide as rar as coum oe cui
lanta was pohsiDio oniy ny rounaaouui
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nud shifting gales and widespread pre- !V , . " " T , .irAftv.
cmuatlon. fallowed by a t-old wave ot tlon placed, the figures as high as 1150.000.
unusual severity for this season ot tha
Works Orent Havoo In MIs-
otirl mid Arknnsn.
MEMPHIS. Tenn., March 21. Five per
sons wero killed and more than Otty in
jured by the storm last night at Poplar
Bluff, Mo., according to members of tho
crew of the St. Louis & San Francisoo
railroad passenger train, which arrived
They also reported one dead and twenty-five
Injured at Hoxle, Ark., and tho
town practically destroyod.
Great darrtago was dono at Poplar Blutf
and the country botweon that point and
Walnut RIdgo Is reported to have been
greatly damaged and two negroes killed
and ten Injured.
The country between Hoxle, Black
Rock and Walnut Ridge, Ark., is strewn
with wreckago of all kinds. Bedquilts,
shceU and clothing wavpd from treetops,
and tho ground Is covered with timber,
& St. Louis, due hero at 2:55 a. m., was
nearly six hours late, being caught be
tween Murfrcesboro and Wlnstead In a
maze of tangled wires.
FIFTEEN DEAD IN ALABAMA
Town of Lower Ucnch Tree Prac
tically Wiped Ont.
MOBILE, Ala,, March 21. The town ot
Lower Peach Tree, Ala., was practically
wiped out by a tornado last- night ahd
at least fifteen persons were killed, ac
cording to word received from Pine Hill
this afternoon. The tornado passed di
rectly through tho town and only a few
houses escaped destruction.
News of tho disaster was confirmed
when an appeal reached the mayor ot
Pino Hill asking for doctors and nurses.
A message asking assistance was also
sent to Governor O'Neal.
Among the dead aro the following
FAMILY OF L. D. BRYANT.
MR. AND MRS. JAMES CLARK.
MRS. G. E. WILLIAMSON AND SON.
a. E. Williamson Is seriously but nut
SENATE RUSHES MEASURE
Makes Record in Iowa for Passing
INITIATIVE IS UP IN HOUSE
Flnnllr Adopta Resolution to .Make
It - Apply- to Laws Direct and
Also to CliniiReft In the
TWO FATALITIES IN INDIANA
and great damage haR been dono o olec- "ally as
trie wires, the
munlcatlon throughout tho mlddlewcst.'
Property Dnuinfte In Many Parts of
State Is Heavy.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. March 21. Two
persons were killed and several fatally
pieces of Iron and parts of wagons ana Injured today by the windstorm which
wrougnt navoc mrougnoui me muic.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., March 21. (Special
Telegram.) The state senate made a
record today of passing twenty-two bills,
ono of them of great Importance. Ono
of the bills passed was to make It a
crime for anyone to carry any opium
Into a prison or reformatory or, take
Into the prison walls any weapon or de
vice to be used for aiding In escape.
The house this afternoon devoted a
great deal of time to a proposal to put
the Initiative and referendum Into the
state constitution and finally adoped
tho resolution to make this apply to laws
direct, but also to tho amendment of the
constitution Itself In case1 of passage by
the people two times of an amendment
h Ifii K rrnrtlfnll)- Isolated.
fHU'AC-O, March !l.-Only two telc
eraph wires connected Chicago with tho
outside world for several hours today.
Tiio only practical relief from this situa
tion was by way of an underground tele
phone cable to Milwaukee.
Klec-t. wet snow and occasional dashes
of rain, driven by" aforty-mlle gale" from
the west, struck tho tlty and environs bo-
If you want to send a
box of candy no an Eustor
gift, wo'll 'dellvor It for
you Easter morning.
IMaco your order early.
We have tho choicest
mukeB Huyler's, Park &
w o o d w a r d'a and
25c Prophylactic Tooth
Johnson's Papold Tab
lets -ISo and 80c
25c Sanitol Tooth Pow
der ...... 12o
25c Sanitol Tooth Pasto
25p .Porpxldfr wof Hydro
50c JUnuV-. llonoy- and
Almond Cream . . . .sue
1 pint Household Am
monia .' IOC
1 lb. Flako Camphor 10c
7Dc ilubber Uloves . .itOc
SOc anil . 60c Celluloid
Mirrors,' special lot
SOc Heaton's Cold Cream
SSc Beaton's Cold Oruam
Follow the Beaton Path"
Beaton Drug Co.
Farnam and Fifteenth.
routes. i ja&.ww and In tho several states Chat sut-
llecause the stock markets of the world fered from tho storm the damage Is cj
were closed on account of Good Frld iy tlmated ut from J 2, 000.000 to t3,KW,0uo.
ie mgnesi on recora at tnis station. 1 " "",u --
Tho loss In Louisville amounts to about ! Poplar Bluff toword Little Hock. Tneve
the wire blockade did not cause as union
luconvenlonco as It might have on other
The wlro chiefs spent five hours and
trlrd various combinations before thev
found a route between New York ana
Chicago, and thet) they succeeded only
was no damago cast of Hoxle,
Couriers from Poplar Hluff to Hoxle
reported that few farm houses were left
stundlng In that vicinity.
Fear is expressed that tho death list
would be greater man ai urwin. m
l'ltUlmruli Nr'it hj- Tormiiln.
PITTSUUnail. pa., Murch 51,-A ter
rific windstorm swept over western Penn
sylvania today. At East Pittsburgh a
hnuso was wrecked und three rersons
seriously hurt, In Mount Plcusu.ut, Pa.,
windows wero blown In. tho stconlo of a
after thoV nd given up trying to put a church toppled and telegraph and tele-
wlro through tho area of the storms and phono wires wero prostrated. At
gon Bround It with u sweep th.it Jjurobe. Fua., a horse and wagon were
touched the Gulf of Mexico, the eastern ,,inki.ii mi iv iii. enin hintv.,
Hookies and the Canadian borlr, a clr- t gtreet. The damago will amount tj!down north and caRt of Utt,e Uook
cult of nearly 5.000 miles. muny thousands of dollars.
The Associated Press, which ordmonly Bnstern and central West Virginia wer0
readies Chicago rrom jsew xorn vm -u- stormswept, with heavy property loss,
Imnbus, O.. with a wire only 900 miles but no ,088 of 11o ,g roportcj,
long, hitched up Its various circuits to
k. ..nnnonllon wlfn rolnvs nt the .""."' "'
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t ........ , nura,, .,,., u, ai. vvcmi
negroes are reported killed and a num
causing thousands ot dollars of damage
Omer A. Kite, a cab driver at Frank
fort, was killed when the roof of a build
ing struck him.
Henry Wallers, a workman of Lafay
ette, was crushed to douth underneath a
Several churches and school houses
wero wrecked over the stato and one of
tho buildings of tho Indiana university
at nioomington was damaged. Wire
service all over the state was demoralized.
Tho wind. It was said, reached a ve
locity of sixty miles an hour at 0 o'clock.
Tho streets here are littered with wrecked
Notek from Harvard.
HARVARD. Neb., March 20.-(8pecial.)
Harvard High school gave Its annual
declamatory contest at Stokes' onra
house last evening, the room being filled
to Its utmost capacity. The Judges ave
first place to Bernard Townsend of the
dramatic class, who recited "Swore Off,"
anonymous, and second to Morna Wil
son, who recited "Have the Party." H.
Alice Howell, head professor of dramatic
art, University of Nebraska, was referi'4.
Prof. It. M. Eaton, Fremont Normal col
lege, Anna V. Day, assistant state su
perintendent of schools,, and Prof. Charles
W. Taylor, principal Teachers' College
High school, University of Nebrasua,
Tuesday afternoon a patrons' meeting
was held In Stokes opera house under
the auspices of the Harvard schools,
WYOMING COAL COMPANIES
SECURE ANOTHER DELAY
CHEYENNE, Wyo., March 21.-Counsel
for the Owl Creek and Northwestern Coal
companies, defendants In the suit brought
by the government to recover land in
tho Dig Horn basin, appeared in the
United States district court hero tod.iy
and asked a continuance until next week,
promising that at that tlmo tho Indi
vidual defendants would appear In per
son. The government charges, ;that ori
ginal entries to the land In question were
Judgo Rlner granted the request of the
defendants,, remarking as he did so, - he
would Instst on final disposition of tho
case cither by sottlcment or by trial
without more delays.
DARR0W WILL DEFEND
BOY CHARQEDWITH MURDER
LOS ANGELES, Cal., March 21.-Clar-ence
Darrow will shortly appear In the
defense of another for the first time
since he became Implicated In bribery
charges growing out of hla defense of the
Darrow has become Interested In the
case of Martin Rlckert, a lad of 15, who is
charged with the murder of his father,
whom he killed because of the continued
cruelty to whloh he and his mother were
If the boy's defense does not Interfere
with Darrow'e own third trial, which Is
set for March 31, he will net as assistant
counsel upder one "of tho attorneys who
defended him 1n his bwn first ahd' second
trials on charges of bribery.
ported, ns the heaviest blow camo at the' signs, parts of roofs, broken windows, , wnCn wa8 weH attended .President ot tho
time when tho people were In their home
The St. Louis, Iron Mountain Ut South
ern railroad station at Mlnturna. Ark..
south of Hoxlewas blown awB". It can
not be learned how much other damage
resulted from the storm In that section
as tho railroad and commercial wires aro
The building of the Bradley Mercantile
company at Bradley, Ark., was blown
down and other damago dono in that
NASHVILLE. Tenn., March 21. Fol-
8T. IX)UIB, March 20. Colonel Theo
dore Roosevelt In R letter made puollc
here today, endorses the candidacy of
wink if. Qerhart. progressive candidate
l lowing hard In the wake of the rm.for mByor 0f at. Louis, at the April eUc
.'last week, which cost twenty lives In .l0IJi jjr. Qerhart in 'national politics is
bricks from chimneys and branches or
trees. The wlro servlco throughout the
state was demoralised, some points being
out off completely. Interurban lines also
were hard hit by tho wind.
ROOSEVELT DIPS INTO
ST. LOUIS ELECTION
Washington. Atlanta. Now Orleans, , , ' T.a nH ma nntniri dumnr. the
Dallas. Denver. Omaha, Des Moines and y w,IMtatormg whloh Btruck a 8mall state was visited early this morning by
Minneapolis to Chicago. settlement five miles north of Macon, another, swept up from the southwest
llluh Vlnd tu Southwest. Miss. It Is said that severe damago was through tho heart of middle Tennessee.
KANSAS OITV, March Jl.-Snow and wrought by the storm In the northern! concentrating Its fury on Murfreesboro,
sleet and a drop In temperature weie ) part of the stute. but communication Injuring one man, Hall James, fatally,
general over tho Missouri valley and the
southwest last night and early today.
In Buino section the storm was uocwu
panled by a strong wind.
Heavy rains preceded snows, in soutu
Colonel Roosevelt In ris
with this section Is impossible on account! und doing tfOO.OOO worth of damage.
ot tho demoralised condition ot telegraph
and telephone linen.
Neurit Wummi Killed li- Storm.
TYLER, Tex., March 31.-A negro
aud east Missouri. At Oklahoma City woman was killed near here and a white
the wind ros to forty-stx miles an hour. cnu,i was injured nt Winona in a severe
.... ' . ... t IA 19 ' . . ... . . ....
uje mercury m; inuiunin , storm wnicn visiico pmiiii county last
here. IS In St. Joseph, 10 at wianua ana
Concordia. Kan.; XI at Springfield, Mo.;
I at Oklahoma City; 2 at benver and lv
at Amarlllo. Tex.
Louisiana Towns Wrecked.
8HKHVUPOHT. La-, March 2L-One
man killed, severul persons Injured and
heavy property damage wu done at
ThcAntUentlcpowdtr tbskrn lata
the ihon The Standard Kein-
edy for the led ior a quitter
I century. 30,000 testimooUU. Bold
InuU-Xuk. everywhere, ISC Mmple I'Klitt.
Address, Allen 8. Olouitd. Le Rov. N Y.
TtecMaawkopattb" EEs U FEET.
night. Many Inusen were damaged and
telephone aud telephone wires were blown
down. The city of Lyter was not In the
One Killed lit Colnmbua.
COLUMBUS, O., March 31. A terrific
'windstorm swept over central Ohio today,
causing ono death, probably a score ot
person Injured, numerous small fires
and thousands of dollars damage to prop
erty. Tho gale reached a velocity of ftlty
miles an hour.
luclwrd rummer, a contractor, was
killKl and three other men seriously in
jured when a brick bulldlug rollHsd.
Ttro Die nt Hunlavlllr.
Ht'N'PSVILLE, Ala Marth 21 A tur
nado swept a belt of destruction a quar
tcr of a mile wide through the uorttv
The storm struok Murfreesboro about S
oclock, ripping a path through the public
square. Nearly every building there was
leveled or practically destroyed. The
Presbyterian church was completely
wrecked. One corner of the court house
The people were aroused from their
beds by the terrific wind and the early
morning hours were to them houra of
Between Murfreesboro and Wlnstead, a
station on the Nashville, Chattanooga &
St. Iouls railroad to tho south, train con
ductors report that houses were lifted
bodily and some of them deposited across
At Alexandria every residence waa
damaged, but no lives were lost. Wire
service In nearly every direction was par
alysed. Weet of McKenxle all wires were out
and the extent ot the storm In west Ten
nessee is not known, but trains report a
heavy gale west ot McKenxle. The At
lanta train on the Nashville. Chattanooga
Board James Whlssnand presided. The
speakers on this occasion were Prof
Charles W. Taylor of the State uni
versity, Miss Lena Friday of tho Har
vard schools, Anna V. Day ot the state
superintendent's office, Rev. J. A .
Rousey, Rev. E. C. Davis and Rev. D.
J. Cronln, local ministers.
Monday afternoon Harry Thomas, lxte
secretary of the State Printing board and
who has been appointed private secretary
to Congressman Barton, left with his
family for Washington to take up his
work with the convening of the special
session of congress.
Mr. snd Mrs. P. J. Creedon are home
after passing the winter at Miami. Fla..
where they visited Mr. Bryan In his new
winter home at "The Punchbowl," and
diw, among other Omahans. Mrs. Eliza
beth Dufrene and her son, Fred Dufrene.
PETITION IN PETTICOATS
WILL WAIT ON CONGRESS
WASHINGTON, March 21. Pettlcoated
"messengers from home" In the shape of
suffragettes will descend on congress
when It reconvenes on April 7. One dele-
gate from each district will march in the
procession today from a mass meeting
In a down-town theater to the caplto),
each delegate to buttonhole her own par
ticular representative and Insist on his
Influence toward getting a ballot for
women. The senate will also be invaded.
It was announced today that these
"messengers from home" will rc.new tha
charges of Incompetency against the local
police for their alleged . failure to pro
tect the women In the suffrage parade of
Mrs. W. J. Wllhnr.
Word has been received from Los An
geles of the sudden death or Mrs. M. J.
Wilbur after an attack ot heart trouble.
Mrs. Wilbur was traveling with her sis
ter, Mrs. Mary Green, ut the time of her
death, and there was no forewarning ot
its Went. Sho Is survived here by ono
daughter. Mrs. Jphn B. Sheldon, with
whom eho resided, at 2532 Cass street,
and a brother. George P. Anderson, ot
the local fire department. The body will
be brought to Omaha for burial.
Only One "IlltOMO O.IJININE."
That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE,
Look for the signature of E. W. GROVE
Cures a Cold In One Day. Cures Grip m
Two Days. 25c Advertisement. '
Roots, Barks, Herbs
"In these municipal contests It "ttor.
Is necessary In order to carry out tne
declared, purposes and principles of the
progressive party to put at the head of
our ticket good men who have not stood
with us on national Issues. We are
not merely trying to put our own men
In office; primarily what we are seeking
to do la to apply the fundamental omi
clples of the progressive party In local
affairs Just ae we seek to apply them In
n.iinnni und state affairs."
Colonel Roosevelt denounces Henry W iAre skillfully combined with other valuable Ingredients in Hood's Sarsa-
Klel. the republican candidate, on imag
ination that he was a delegate to the
republican national convention who voted
to sustain "the fraudulent roll."
"If this Is so." said the Roosevelt let
ter "he should under no circumstances
receive the support ot upright and honest
Krs. Bay Ssska Brother Mrs. A. R.
Itay of Rochester, Minn., has asked the
nn,.i, nnllce to help her locate ner
brothers. Albert and Barney Rlstlne. who I
are supposed to be In Omaha. The oeath.
parllla, making it, in our opinion, the strongest and safest, the most suc
cessful, and the most widely useful medicine for the Mood, Stomach, Liver
nud Kidneys. It contains not only Saraaparllla, but aso those great Alter
atives, Stlllingla and Blue Flag; those great Antl-Hlllous and Liver rem
edies, Mandrake and Dandelion; those great Kidney remedies, Uva Ursl,
Juniper Berries and Plpsissewa; those great Stomach Tonics, Gentian
Root and Wild Cherry Bark; and other valuable curative agents.
of a near roiatlve Is the cause of the In- . . wonderfUi benefit In cases of Kheunintlsin. Sciatica. Catarrh. Rlnmurd
qulry, as the two brothers have oeen ettj Troubles, Kidney and Liver Affections, Scrofula, Eczema, Skin Diseases,
quite a sum of money IHocl Poisons, Bolls,. Ulcers, all Kruptlons, General Debility, Loss of Ap-
Key to the BituaUon-Bee AdverUsina, petite, That Tired Feeling, and other Ills arising from impure blood.
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