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.An Appreciated Display of
This Larger, Better, Finer
Mill in c ry Department
Quickly Wins Its Way to
the Hearts of Omaha
Thousands who have visited Thomr V
son-Jielden s Millinery section vhave
jnun-uitu men baiibiacuon. in tne ex
quisite millinery, and their keen pleas-,
ure in the excellent service, .. j ; .
We have won distinct favor this
season simply because this dennrf-
ment has proven itself a genuine ,; sensation in
Beautiful Trimmed HatsEarly spring .-styles'
for dress and street wear .
$8.75, $10, $12.50 arid $15"
Herd you will find mi unusual nasorlmont of "plumes-,
plumes of lasting quality plumes that retain tlieir shape
nnd show life and form.
Also some exceptional values in aigrettes, fancy feathers
and paradise in all of this season's best colors.
'House and Street
Dresses Basem 't.
")Yo havo a most complote
rango of styles and colors in
ginghams, tissue, and percale
house drcssos selling from 98c
Our new street dresses are
now here. A complete assort
ment pi now styles, fabrics and
colore, .from $2.50 to $4.50.
Ktkyser Silk Gloves
' Spring and Summer collec
tion of Kay 391 V best styles
aud nuiiib(rs are to bo found in
our fabric glove section. You
can glove yourself in any qual
ity, length' or price. 50c up to
$4 a pun.
' ' $r.l9 a pair."
For knockabout wear, pur
chase a pair of "JDlito Fitwoll"
Washable leather gloves, in
white only, on sale Monday,
$1.19 a pair.
Special Showing of New
Spring Curtains arid
With the recent arrivals of new lace and 'scrim curtains
by the pair, bungalow and fancy nets and fancy scrims,
guaranteed SunfaBtmadraB and' cretonnes by the yard, -our
Drapery section is now very-complete, comprising every
thing that is new in dra.'pqriefS'by'thcpair "or yard.-
: W'e invite youinspqctipioftUis department .and will
"lake" plya-sure 'in' showingy ou jthenew- 'styles 'and -give you -
Incomparable in stylo and
construction, $3.50 to $10 a
pair. Sold exclusively by
Thompson, Bolden &, Co.
the' nowdeaq and uch information fct may 'be of interest,
toypu. , ' ',v. ; ; . :uv-v. t v.
''! Do not fail' tsee jthe iey?flfingand let us oi'erles-,
timatds before yoi? do your 'season, 's decprating.
Our choice Selection of high grade lace curtains, includ
ing Brussels NeL Duchess, lai-io Antoinette, Clu'ny, Lacet
Arabians and finish point rringe in. price from $1.69 to $21
a rJah ; ; i - " -." - :- " t -
' ! We- "haye a Complete range! of new style Cable Xeis and
Nottingham1 curtains fijom 79c to $7 a pair. ' ' "
Your particular attention is directed to our new Scrim
curtains, including oveiy new style, from $1.50 to $8.50 a pr.
Dainty drawn work and ribbon edge scrims, plain
voiles, marquisettes and dainty colored bordered scrims
that must be seen to be appreciated, priced from 15c to 45c
Our line of Bungalow Nets, including the latest con
ventional and Colonial designs is by far the best we have
ever shown at 30c to $1.25 a yard.
A veiy complete selection of new guaranteed Sunfast
materials for overhangings in colors and color combinations
from 50c to $1.50 a yard.
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
McCall patterns are sold in
Omaha exclusively by
THOMPSON BELDEN & CO.
crntr Cox, has telegraphed the chief ex
ecutive the following:
"The situation Is mnldly- Improving:-
Ninety bodies have Been recovered andJ
the work- of nigging corpses from tho
mud and debris Is progressing."
Official reports and Identification of
flood victims poured In steadily today. As
fast as tho bodies were Identified they,
were burled. The revised-. list so lar
reported showed the following dead;
MISS HAWKB. ,
MltS. JAMKS WALLACE.
h. s. curi.
CIUUBT POl.K. ;.,
vmaiNiA sNYDi-m. v
Mn8. CLKMBNCUAU or CLI3MSOK.
OKOROK MOllCIATlIALKIt. .
n. k. HAiticnisADKn.
FRANK C. SCOTT. B years old.
More than lKkf militiamen under 'com
mand of Adjutant General Wood have tho
afflicted sections thoroughly patrolled,
nnd little or no disorder Is reported. The
city Is divided" Into fout military rones,
as follows: Iforth Dayton, Colonel Voll
rath; East and South Oayton. Colonel
Catrow! Central Dayton, Maorllubler
end Lieutenant Colonel McQujgg.-
It was reported that tho federal gov-4 horso and swam Into the markets carry.
ornmsnt would - talc control of Daytun
both from a military and sanltaUon
standpoint. Adjutant General Wood aal'i
le had heard of no such plan mrt that
he did not believe It would bo put into
DlKKlnB Hod leu Ont of Mud.
Digging bodies put of the mud was the
cblef work of rescuing parties today.
The water had drained off from almost
all of the flooded area, leaving thick
layers of, mud, which In some lnsnnccs
piled up by .the eddies was several feet
deep. It soon began to dry up In portions
of the street exposed to the sunshlno, but
for six blocks the searchers for bodUs
waded through & sea of oozy xilm
A brilliant sunshine threw an uncanny
light over the distorted scenos In tho
areas where the homes of TS,Xi0 ycoplo
were swept away or toppled over. A view
down almost any street revealed anion;
the debris tumb)edover houses, pianos,
household utensils and dead horses
brushed together In confusion. At two
points the "bodies of horsrs were scan
till caught In the top of trees where they
had been swept.
Over on the north side of Dayton View,
"where a relief station was established
under martial law In the Longfellow
nchool house, thousands of homelci peo
ple gathered for supplies of tool and
clothing. Every able-bodied man was
pressed Into service. A man with a
megaphone stood at the door calling out
At least thirty people were killed when
Jhe Leonard building collapsed Wcdncs-
clty to aid In reconstruction I
tiny night, according to the statement of
iDctcctlvo Kluculd tdduy Ktncaid was
mnrooned luvtho fio'id.lfi the city hall
just ncross main sireei irom mo L.conartM-.iwi.uiuiv nv Tlln'iiKHEli; I'Osd
Mcc II11II1II11K Cnllnpse.
Standing In a window at police head
quarters ho was.. watching -passersby ''on
the street below prior to tho coming of
tho torrept. Ho tmw twenty people, 'iq
flays, enter a saloun'whldh occupied one-,
third of tho ground space of tho Leonard
building. None got out. Other roople
had entered other stores In tlu bullJIng
nnd some were on thn upper floors. Kin
cald Trlt sure" that there wrie at least
thlrty-flvo In tho structure and possibly
When tho waters came avPQr.Mon of tho
persona caught In tho Uji1ulIHgaacijie,lr
way to the roof. , . k
Am tho wnlls began Ho tremble, llioso
In tho bullillni? let out terrjblo shrlelts
nnd calla for help. Twp.luen lcaued Into
the flood, a dlstnnco pt-fbujr fUiofsj.'ari'l
wcro Instantly killed. Tho others went
.ilo.n with tho building.
Klncnld said that tho police were tak
ing steps to exnmlno tho Inferior of tho
rulhs. Moro than tvventy persdh's wcro
rescued from tho nxirket . house h.m-
the city building 'Thursday nlgnt by Kd
wkrd Bchacffcr, who Bat astride of his
CENTRAL DAYTON IS !
. OPNjm SIGHTSEERS
(Continued from Page One.)
Ing a rope. About twenty nconlo Wer
trapped In tho markets and standing on
mtat blocks. Schaoffcr fastened the
rope around one after another nnd then
pollco officers nnd detectives In the
building pulled the men to safety.
HUMJllKl) UHAII I.V HAMILTON
Cnakets Are IMIcil llluli on ICnt Hide
of Cnnrl House.
HAMHTON, O.. March a).Lcsa than
u hundrvd Is tho estimate today of tho
dead In the flood .here. .
Aa tli water recedes the evidence of
the property destruction Is more appnltng.
but tho death list. It Is said, will' not
riled high on tio cast side of the
court house are caskets awaiting the
flood victims, whoso bodies are being
gathered rapidly as possible.
liccause of the demoralized' condition
Go,vrrnpr Cox today assigned Colphel
Zlovnerman of the.bhlo National Uuard
to ,take" charge of the flood situation
here. Colono! Zimmerman already bus
arrived from Columbus and has dlvldert
the city Into districts and has it Under
At the' same time federal authprlktes
also arrived and have begun the ays
tematlo search for the dead and those
In need of medlcat aislstance. Chtl.
iBuckner nrrlved from Kort Thomas, Ky..
wim uiviuca me city into Tour districts,
with an officer In charge of each. A
telegram was received today from Sec
retary of War Garrison that three Tinted
States army englneem would be detailed
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 2S60
LA UNDR Y
TELEPHONE I0IQLAS 2561
and these' lists, the- committee declares,
must, under tho circumstances, suffice.
Deautlful weather rendered -much moro.
endurable tlfo condition fl'f the "thousands
of homeless, Food Is being; delivered -cxi
pedltlously, but it Is Impossible, now
over, to provido milk for the thousands
,t babies .jrit this olty, Including scores
iuff ir -slpcS? -rvri'f lopdf tjamis. .i , '"
Jnn. stfrte'ioent 'Usudd . by XHe citizens
rejlef CqrjxnUttio. .toi iwah declared
lat' nOMilieft rdOnatJona'of casoff
: (lotlilnjf wqiijg lcJitcct'od'' because ofjthe
fear thalVby tltls'Tnenns some epIdeSnlc
mlglrt be "brought here. Committee J-Un
charge' of Slicing and receiving dona
tions In all .cities are urged to refuse old
clothing,' hti matter whence It comes, as
It would, be refused at Dayton and only
.burden transportation facilities.
FoodstuWsh.nnd particularly bread, are
Ranted. '' ThJ-re'-aro few ovens, nnd tbeso
oniy in pnvato homes outsldo the flooded
district, In operation-, here.
KIVE IIODI1S9 FOUND IN PEllU
Tlilrty-Seren Ilnillrs Arc Identified
QUMBUB O., March 29.-Rcllef for
ttie flood' sufferers of Ohio Is coming In
from nil parts or the United States.
- 'Governor JCox eetlmntus that the money
promised in tho stack of telegrams he
has received Js nearly $1,000,000.
1'ollowlng aro some of tho contributions
rifcrivefl ,by aove,rnor Cox yesterday:, . .
11 tlfiblM leglslAture rtV.'ii.it0?tt5r
Miolilgan. legislature .'.C.,.,.,;,V"ii.0O()1:
mion n. i-arner..
JaineH J. 1(111 fJ44i -'6.000
city or OnUlartiH Va...1tit.A.K,(tn.
Mtern Oas nruiaMel company S,M ;
llutte, Mont., aifimber of ComV- l.fiOO1
uiurr oi r.iK?,: j.ewiBton, Alont... 100
uuy aJJ.JJIRIU bank, Los Angeles,
Mayor of Fresno,. Cnl 3,000
Journal nnd. phlooclety, Portland,
Ore ,, ...' 2,000
1 One contribution deserves special men
tion, that of lslah Coons, a prisoner) at
the Ohio penitentiary, who sont a one
dollar bill pinned to a note, saying fhat".
it waa all ho had, but that ho givva U
freely, as he had a family somewhere1, In
Ohio that may be In need of nsslstnnce.
The Identified -dead reported at tho va
rious morgues throughout-the city today
ALBEUT UNDERWOOD, 11 years old
AIK8. 1JI-I.1A JMCNISIUSKV.
MHS. JOHN STllOTTLEB.
MR8. WALTER UECKEItA
. MRS. KEYES.
MRS. 'JAMES COOLER AND TWO
II. O. MAHHEN. '
MRH. It. O. MAHHEN. - -
MRS. O. C. TOY
MILS. HA DIE GARFIELD.
MRS. RHODA K. WRIGHT.
AUIA DIBS. S years old.
HILDA DI88. 10 years old.
O. M. 8HOUI. baby. '
C. H. IH'HTON.
ALBERT C. GORE. '
MRS. MARIE CLOUSER.
EDWIN D. DAMBELL.
lOilMAJLOUJHK.COOPER. 8 years old.
FRANKIE FOJUJ.,lli years pld,
MU8. ANNA R HOLIXJBOUair;. i
MRS. MARY MILLER.
wiLLiAi rrov. -i :
, ARNOLP WEISENGANGER.
WILLIAM FRENCH or WILLTAM"
Besides this list of thirty-seven lden
tlfled dead, and the nineteen unidentified
ncdles . in the morgues, the-authorlilns.
nava reports of about t?n boes recov-1
ored.by Individual searchers "and 'placed
In houses on the edge of the flooded' area.-
Thb military authorities allowed hun-
.ureas 10 return to the r homes in thn
unheJ,aheoRu.,es.,,T: STff'SltSSS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES
niuito ut hid cleaning up process.
A looter was shot and killed' early to
flay on tho West 8Ide. The shot Is said
to have been fired by a private of tho
Aiaryavuie company. The lootsr's bodvj
.w,-,-vm hi,? nmrr una .was cot re
covered. Many shots were fired at loot
ers by state troops on guard during the
Governor Cdx today Issued the follow
ing proclamation as to relief work:
"In order to simplify the situation
growing out of requests coming from
every direction with reference to funds
and supplies, wo suggest the following
That all supplies in the future be
cunjignea m uoionel Edward T. Miller,.
u iiiHrse oi general relief depot, C
lumbus. O., and that all funds be sent
to Colonel M. L. Wilson, treasurer of the
cpmmuulon representing th Red Cross,
the state and the citizenship, n is d
slrable that there be submitted by wire
a statement giving car number and
Character of supplies that are shlpbeo.
There It every Indication that the
Ohio river 'will reach the highest stage
In Its history. Calls for food and cloth
ng are comlnr from unexpected parts
of the state. A critical situation has
uoiUJoa m an onio river towns. We
are sun greatly In, need of help.
Persistent AdverOilng la the Road to
fund-for tho flood victims today reached
J300.000; of which 1200,000 -was contributed
through the Chicago association of Com
merce. The fund Is being Increased
hourly and may. .reach $0,000' before the
work Is' concluded. The United Charities
today shipped four more 'tars' of cloth
ing to Dayton.
ZANES VI 1,1,1s . WATERS RECEDE
Many More In lVrecknire
South Side. - 1
PERU, Ind., March 29,-Bodlcs rccov
ered from the wreckage In South 1'eru
MRS. JAMES SHIELDS, '
MISS DBL1UHT SHIELDS.
ALBERT SMITH, Baltimore & Ohio
MRS. FRANCIS STUUMM, wife of
The relief parties In charge of the
work of recovery on the south sl'lo say
many more bodies may be revealed In tho
wreckage of,, tho houses whlrli have
fallen apart and are almost completely
Men with shotguns patrolled both sides
of the river and looting waa prevented.
Lieutenant Governor O'Nell , has Issued
a warning against crooks who aro com
Ing down from Chicago, Two men wore
cAught last evening carrying burglar
'. ' I
WILSON. REMAINS' AT. CAPITAL
"''H WjUI Not Visit, Flood Dls
WASHINGTON, March .-Secretary
Gdrrtson telegraphed President Wilson
today that It was perfectly, safe to an
nounce to the country that relief 'was
basing well taken care of by those on the
ground and that it 'would not be neces
sary for hlm"to"leave Washington for the
CHICAGO, March JS.-Chleago'a relief
Thay Are'Glosely Observing Public
. tieann uonoitions
An examining Physician for one of the
prominent Life Insurance' Companies, Jn
an Interview on the subject, made the
astonishing statement that the reason
why so many applicants for Insurance
aro rejected Is because kidney trouble Is
so common to the American people, and
me large majority of applicants do not
even suspect that they have the disease.
He states that Judging from his own
experience and reports fropi drugglstj
who are constantly In direct touch with
the public, there Is one preparation that
has probably been more successful in
relieving And curing these diseases' than
any remedy known. The mild and heal
Inc Influence of Dr, Kilmer's Swamp
Root is soon realized. It stands the high
est for Its remarkable record of cures.
Ve find that Swamp-Root Is strictly
an herbal compound and we would ad
vise our readers who fesl in need of such
a remedy to give it a trial. It Is on sale
at all drug stores In bottles of two sizes
fifty cents and one dollar. .
However, if you wish first to test Its
wonderful merits, send to Dr. Kilmer ,&
Co.. Blnghatnton, -N. J., tor a" sample
bottle, absolutely free. When writing be
sure and mention the Omaha Sunday Bee
Only Five Persons Arr Knovrn to ne
ZANESVILLE. 0 March,2).-The flood
wators reccded about (four feet ast night,
making d'tBfal 'recession of about n'no
feet, but all the districts flooded "are
still under water except about two squaro
mllea of the business' district.
The only-bulldlngs which' have collapsed
are- tho Munson Musio stores and the "In
dianapolis Brewing company' together
with many residences. The known
drowned now number five. The exact
number of dead will not be known for
Food stations have been established and
provisions are being distributed only to
The town Is still under martial law.
Business rh?n estimate the loss at J10,
000,000. Farmers or merchants found over
charging for goods have had their sup
Diphtheria has broken out and .an epi
demic of disease U feared, as conditions
are very unsanitary.
BANK GASllEns KILLED
(Continued from Page One.)
LEAGUE IS ORGANIZED
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., March 29.-(Speclal.)-
The enterprise of Henry Richmond,
chief clerk of the house. In organizing
present and past members of tho legisla
ture Into a legislative league has been
met by the ladles who are wives of the
Richmond syndicate, and this week they
called themselves together at the man
sion of the governor and organized wht.t
VH1 go" down In -history ns the ebraska
Legislative Ladles' league. '
Tho league will meet at the same time
as the men folks and will hold a bamiuel
AnAr duplicate as nearly as possible the
c-f .Hie men., . ,
( All women whosehusbands have h;cn
ipembersof the legislature arid wffts of
past -governors are 'eligible. " ' H '-
; The -officers .ate : Sirs. J.. Ha, Morc
Ijead, honorary presidents. , Mrs. . Max
Hostettler of Shelton, president: 'Stre. C.
II. ' Aldrjch" of Lincoln, vice president;
Mrs. W. V. Hoagland of Voth ,PIatte,
Secretary; Mrs. A. E. Sheldon of 'Lin
coln, treasurer. '
As far as known, this Is the only or
ganization .of. 4ts ikltwl . In tha country.
MONEY FOR SUFFERERS- ':
i POURING INT;6;SfATE
! i (From -a SUflCorrespqndent.)
' LINCOLN, Neb., March 29. (Special.)
Funds for the relief of the storm suf
erers In Omaha and other points hit by
the storm laBt Sunday evening are bp
ginning to reach the office of tbo gover
nor, tho Studebaker Wagon company of
South Bend, Ind., sending a check this
morning for 1,000. Others who Iiavo .dons
tributed are the city of Falrbury, 00;
Robert Sample of Lo Grange, Tex., J2,
and J. E. Houtz of Lincoln, 25.
Tho secretary of state received this
morning from the Illinois legislature
resolutions of sympathy for the state In
Its affliction, which will be presented .to
the two houses when ,theyv meet Monday.
Many telegrams of sympathy are be-
Ing received and all contributions ..re
ceived will be forwarded to the proper
EAST CENTRAL TEACHERS
PICK OUT THEIR OFFICERS
FREMONT. Neb.. March 20.-rSnBpJnl
Telegram.)-The eighth annual session of
-..v ".uu v-pnwni .tj.egrasKal'i.pacher8
association closed this, afternoon. South
Omaha was an aspirant for .the next
meeting, but lost to Fremont.
The following officers were. elected:
vres.,d.ent.S T Ji Vogletance, Schuyjer;
vice president, Mrs. C. B. Williams
Saunders county, secretary, Miss Eliza
beth Schaffer. pavld City; treasurer? C.
N. Walton( Wallo.
' Executive rnmmlH.o A Cki..
John Matzen. FreVnont. "
HAS MONEY ON
Stallion Registration board has on in rt
a considerable sum of money VlonK''1-'
to the board. The decision of the -preme
court yesterday declaring ihe la
unconstitutional places hint 1 a poitt
tvlinrn hi 1nft tint lenntv wlml frf wltti
It- lie has written Governor. Morehea.l
about'the matter and between them trfy
will probably devise a way to dWinfra of
It so it will not have to bo burned up.
Mr, Bryan Predicts
of National Tickets
TRENTON, N. J., Mnrch 29.-Secreary
of State William 3. Drynn." at'thc "nnhiml
banquet of the Chamber of Commbrcrfbf
this city last night delivered an'ftOTn-Si
oh the subject of the "Sign of tho Tlms."
In discussing tho aavancenlent ' III" tho
sclenie "of goVefnmc'nt; Colonel' Bt-ynn
told ot the specific reforms thai-' hail
been wrought both In this andiothvr
countries' and spoke with great cmphaslx
In describing reforms brought about" :n
the United States within the last fifteen
years, "All making for the advnncemeft
of democracy over aristocracy."
Woodrow Wllsont Colonel Bryan xalil,
Is president of the United States tbdnV
because ho believed In tho democracy of
Jefferson and placed himself on. the sldr
of ihe common people. Among specific
reforms enumerated, Couoncl Bryan
placed first tho election pf United Stnte's
senators by the people, which hp, salil
was practically accomplished.
Mr. Bryan predicted that' "We- "hav
had our last great national convention,
and national candidates' hereafter wlH ho
nominated, by the people at home Instil
l6f by delegates in 'convention cdntrollcd
Lest Yoj Forget
(Frpm. a' taff j Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Neb.f. M"arch' S9.-r(8peclal
TclegramO-Sccretary Mellor- of .tne
All flat Pieces Ironed
BI.UE WAQOITS OOVO 910
that had been spread before Brown on
Ho then left the bank on the run.
Citizens, alarmed ,by tho sound of shoot
ing, were in pursuit before he had covered
Within three blocks of the bank he fell
before a volley of bullets, still clutch
ing the bag of gold In his hands. Ho
died within a few minutes.
The robber could not be Identified. He
apparently was about 35 years old and Is
believed to havo been a member ot the
wymore gang" of bank robbers that
nas roobed a number of bunk ninnc-.
tne Nebraska-Kansas .lihe within the
last few ..years. '."'
Br6wo. is 40 years old. He leaveu
wl6w and three children."
FORMER FOOD C6MMISSI0NER
SUED FOR ARREST OF THORPE
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. March .-(Special Tele
gram.) John F. Thorpe of Cuming county
has sued Nets P. Hansen, ex-pure food
commissioner of the state., for 50.00o dam
n ges for false arrest In connection with
on over-reading of a cream test. W. C.
Andrews, the deputy Inspector who made
the test. Is made a party to the suit, as
Is also the Fairmont Creamery company
and John Kyi. Thorpe waa agent for the
Farmers' Co-Operative Creamery com
pany of Wiener.
& SONS CO.
William Klatt, 63 years old, died late
Friday afternoon of asthma, at his home.
1419 Phelps street. Mr. Klatt had been
ill for some time.
Mrs. WtlUaru IHjshiuau.
Mrs. Wilhelmena Lltsen Bushman, wife
of William M. Bushman, died Thursday
afternoon ot pneumonia, after a brief
sickness contracted after having attended
mass Holy Thursday morning. She
gradually lost in strength and died Thurs
day u'fternoon. March 27. She is survived
by her husband, William, and her chtl
dren. Dr. Louis Bushman of Omaha, Mrs.
Lillian Stuart Bushman of .Walnut. Ja.,
and Nettle, Robert. George, Will, Francis
and Agnes Bushman ot Omaha. Funeral
services were held Saturday morning at
o'clock from ber home, to St. Peter's
church, ifhere, mass was celebrated
at ;. thence to Holy Eepulcher cemetery-
The pall bearers -were Frank
Burkley, II. V. Bunkley, T C. Brunner
John Guild, Andrew Murohr and Hugh
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