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Tim OMAHA' SUNDAY REB: FEBRUARY 14, 1915.
EOBKSON 'AGIN1 THE HM1A
Holt County Senator Still Pushing"
. lleajuns Directed Against the,
rpT LIKXLY TO GO TEST IAS,
(Trm a Start Correspondent.)
LIXCOUN. Feb. 11 'IpeClaD-Oa
Thursday iflanmn, February 13. befor
tb. committee) on. school lands an fun1a
win be a bearing on Semite File HO,
ftenatar Ttobertsoti's bill to' require mem
bers ot tb National Guard to work on
the public mad not ' Ins thail 'ninety
daya of each rar and receive U ref
day for inch service.
Senator Robertson I "agin"- the militia
and at the last session Introduced a bill
to abollelTthe guard, but l did not met
with th "rlrtfval of tha aenata and'ltob
erlson waa only able to get It out of the
committee by appealing . to the adnata
from the atandpolnt of personal privilege,
"When tt came to a rota It wee defeated,
twenty-four senators -Voting to Indefin
itely postpone and only five senators.
Stodge, Grace. Hsarman and OH Is voting
wttS Robertson for the bill. '
This time be baa come down with the
Intention of making military duty-un-
popular and Senate File US U Uie result.
The senator, however, will find" himself
jp against several propositions, accord
ing to enemies of the bill. One of these
Is the national law, which sets tha price
which members of the guard shall re
ftve w)mb on duty, and In tha caae of
officers runs up a considerable sum.
Another argument which enrmle of tha
bill are bringing to their support Is tha
m that at this time when all Kurone
Is at war and always a chtuice that this
country might be brought Into a conflict
military duty should b made attractive
to tha arerag fcltlsen Instead of Irksome.
German Report Says Shells Made
in America Arc Found in Belgium
CTmm a Btaff Oorrespondervt.) '
LINCOLN, Feb. U-pdal.)-Nalther'
the house or swnat waa In session today,
tha legislature having adjourned until
Monday rooming. .. '
Thirty-eight bills kav been pd by
the senate and sent aver to. the house,'
whlje fflty-eevea bills have beea received
by the senate from tha house.
No committees are meeting during the
Twwa except tha finance, ways and
ncaiii committee of the house, which
under the. aupervlalon of Repreac ntatlv
SNorton la trying to get tha appropriation
bills in shape to be beought before the
members, , .
Much speculation Is Indulged in just
what the .committee will do qm the
ccoaomy' program and enough uncer
tainty la felt around the room, . where
the committee la mealtng to cause many
mp!oya about the state house to ehlrer
whenever they think ef 1 what may
nirrtUN, Feb. ll-(By TTIreleas to
Ixindon.) The English aviators who
yenterday raided dermal postUotis'on the
Belgian coast, caused Injury to tha dvll
population .but frotn the military potnt
Of view, the damage they did waa alight,
according to the announcement on the
prlgrw of the war, given out In Berlin
in Franca, the Oermans occupied l.iOO
yards of French trenches, while In eaat
Prussia the German operations are pro-
greasing successfully. The report calls
attention to the allegation that on Ger
many's western battle front (In Franoa
and Belgium) artillery ammunition which
"doubtless originated In America" has
been found In the hands ef y allies. The
'In the western theater of warnemy
aviators again dropped bombs ou the
coast a they did yexterday (Thursday).
The tombs caused regrettable damage to
the civil papulation, while from the mil
itary point of view wa suffered only
slight losses. ,
On the extreme western front artillery
ammunition waa found which doubtless
originated- In American factor!.
a , .
"Tha number of prisoners flaked dur
Ing tha attacks, which wvre repulsed yes
terday to the weet e PonaJn, waa In
creaaed today by four officer and 47!
men. Before our frrmt of the enemy's
men were found killed. While our losses
in thene engagements In killed and In
jured amounted to irinety men. -
"North of Masai gas, I the northwest of
Ft. Menehould. another l.M meters of
the French ponHloo a ere taken en con
tinuation of our attack of February 1
"The enemy attempted to make an at
tack on ths ftudenkofrf. la the Vega,
but was everywhere repulsed without
difficulty f i
"In the eastern theater, on both sides
of the eaat Prussian frontier, our opera
tions are everywhere progressing suo-
oessfully. Wherever tha enemy attempts
to resist us their opposition Is quickly
"On the right bank of the Vistula oor
attacking troops crossed tha lower Skrwa
ahd are proceeding la tha direction of
. "On the left bank of tha Vistula there
Is Bottling of Importance to report
WHAT DO WHEN SHELLS FLY
Get U the Cellar or Near Ditch of
Soft Ground, Bay Well In
IIQUSE3 AKD , ETEEETS UNSAFE
CADDIS PROUD FATHER
OF A DEMOCRATIC SON
' (FVnm a. Waff Correetiondent.l '
LINCOLN,: Feb. . (Special.)-Earl B.f
CaMis, Lincoln, representative of the
World-Herald, came t tha state houso
thlSi morning with a bos of cignrs uaclor,
his arm,. The; lunmedlt,' cause for, hls
cocditlon was a new revea-pound boy, ;
which arrived at his home this morning
Tha youncfit'W may carry the hormon-v
Wjs name of VVooilrow Hitchcock Bryan
Oaildia, to show his democratic standing'
Good for lrlc Headaches.
Cintlit!on cause sick headache and
rr. King's New. ),lf I'tlls will cure It
Take a doe toiii)it. lic. All drUKKlit.
The National Capital
Sntsirday, February Jf Jul 8.
Tha Senate. ,
st noun. '
!frfKMrftts conferred m the ship bill
nt ciut'ir pnpotls, hut; took, no ac
Tha lloace. 1
Met at li a. m. '
l-f'.ii waa continued on the-sundry
ci"'.l rvrrl"'''t'"n b"l.
lj-iMoiutive 8u i.tiens of California
Jlitr.r,l,rd a SlilH-tilnts l:lp bill.
I a.iM- rrt-Dernl fur a caucus oa the
aiiiiiailra4in shin but
Waaner ta Cume Hack.
Tt-Snle Wagner; ho lives at New
H h in,tin il Prcsl.lont Lannln
t,t t " Hd t- tiat he wtil Im out strong
rest hit for tie reaulsr rborttftop poxU
t'.on nn tne l."1 titx. Heliil rlmma )!
thiowitig anil has trovcrrd fu.Jy tro-il
ct, of Aster on the IIkw, as the re
suit of a ioiitf rtiU . , -
(CorrHpondence ef The Associated Prasa.)
LONDONi Jan, "How to keep safe
under hell-fire" Is tha tltla of a state
ment given to tha press by a prominent
army officer, for tha benefit of eoast
"The first teat U-ba-In. fnlnd," he
says, "Is that no building! In this coun
try, howeve substantial, offer protection
against bombardment by warships. Ths
biggest guns brought Inio action by the
Oermans at Scarborough and Hartlepool
were tt twelve-inch calibre. 'The fire
a projectile weighing bimtui sw pounna,
pne of which' wotild b sufficient to lay
the great cathedral of et, raul In rulna i
"The other fan used were eleven-Inch,
I.J-lnch and .-lneh, throwing rexpae
tlvely shells weighing TOO BO and ISO
pounda The llffhlest of these projectiles
would go through the Srallslof any build
ing as If they were brown paper, and Its
burstlnr churls of high ewploslve would
detonate Inrtdn' wUh annihilating mffect
"The 'Inside bf housei then, is the very
worst piece to be during a bombarflroent,
for tf7a shell ptrtkeft the building and-
the Inmetea have-th hick-1 escape dlreot
Injury from the etplofclon or the flying
Iflntra ' they are almost certain to be
burled la falling debrla or Imprisons! and
at tha fnercy of tha flra' which usually
breaks out .
, . street t'asafest of All.
"The next most unsatisfactory' placa
Is the street fihells bursting on the hard
js,vement are most destructive! to tholr
own splinters of steel Sre added flying
fragment of stone, esch a deadly missis.
Tha person In, the, street Is also In Im
minent danger- from the falllne; . walls
of liouins' and 7rom bricks and, tilea that
ro. sening about.,
; "Where then la safely to ba found? Ths
mly placa to be recommended la a cellar,'
and that must be deep and strongly
vaulted. If such a placa Is available Its
use Is recommendod. Go Into It the
motnent bombardment begins ana stay
until you are quite sure all danger ta
put. If th building above la supplied
with gas, turn it eff at the meter. It
ponMbln, take eandles, food and water
with you Into your subterranean quarters,
fr.r the time of your stay ta uncertain
and your exit may ba blocked by debris.
"Apart from such a cellar, the bt
placa to bo, when shell r fallipg Is the
open country, well away from roads and
tree and buildings. A nice soft ditch,
out of aifcht of the enemy on the reverse
slope of riptng ground, ta tha position
that I should choose.
'.'Whatever Is dona, let It be don With
out panic, r&nla adds Immensely to the
t urn cf the danger; it meant blind rushes
In which the weaker ones always suffer.
It means aleo the overlooking of avenues
of safety end neglect cf many precau
tions. ' i t 1 ' '
"Curiosity U one' of the strongest Im
pulses in human nature; often It Is
stronger than the fear of death, and so
has fatal results. W's hsd -examples of
this at JUrUcpool and Scarborough;
when ths German shells began to fall.
people crowded out Into the street, curi
ous to see what waa going on. And many
such were among tha killed . and
wounded." . -
Kaiser Plans to " '
Dash for Warsaw
IjONDON, Feb. 11 Emperor William
received Field Marshal von Hlndenburg
bn the eastern battle front on Friday
and It waa decided to make . a renewed
dash for Warsaw next week, according
to a dispatch from Amsterdam . to the
Rx change Telegraph company. The
lOerman emperor, tha message adds, is
said to ba anxious that tha Polish capital
ba taken before the next meeting of the
Reicltatag, In order to Induce the house
to vote a new war loan without opposi
EOYE TO EXTEND CONTRACTS
Bill Continuing Pestsiion of School
Ltndi ia present. Holders it
BECKMA1?' UP IN OPPOSITION
(From' a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Feb. 3S.-(frHa1.) H. R. g.
the school land leasing tlll introduced by
Representatives Ilndesy spd Oreenwalt
which hud a stormy ttma yjrterdar In tha
bmiee, will nat-a another chance Monday,
when tt will again be taken up.
The bill provides that the .holders of
lease contracts executed prior to January
L 1716, are given tha right at the expira
tion of such contracts to make applica
tion for and' rooelv new. lease. contracts.
and that they will not be required to
compete for ' contracts' and the rata of
rents! will be the same as stipulated In
ths old contract 1 .'
This changes the date on contracts exe--l
cuted July . ll7. to Januarr 1. I5, on
which -extension are' to ba made, and Is
Intended, so (t Is claimed by opponents of
tha bill, to give Urge lease holders a
chanoa to continue their contracts for an
In definite period. ..'
Tha proposition Is opposed by Land
IOonm!oner Beckman, who says It
meant a perpetual lease, or, at least. In
soma cases where leases have a long time
to go before they expire, a continuation
Of fifty years.
Friends of ;t bllL, on theothor hand.
say that the bill Is Introduced for the
purpose- of helping the actual settler on
the land, who haa mode a home anil nut
on Improvement and they do1 not think
it would be fair to htm to put tha land
upto competitive bidding after he has
spetn year Improving; the land with the
Intention of making It bla home. '
Warning to Neutrals to Avoid War
Zone Sufficient, Says Berlin Paper
f f 0
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?'t.'- yir tre, we in it
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kit (ik. I'Ui ftu it. re
tu.u.iis cuiidjuuii v( )nur tcetti.
l'i?ntity Da'ut Gar PrsVfjJoa
T'j .!ie t f ti e la f t t.r.-M. g
in N ..i.f .k'i.i-- e l' -l ?f.i tn ftiot
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'.AS - - I T,
Will Crack Caucus
Wliip; Over Demos
; ' on Shipping Bill
- . .
WAriUNOTON. Feb. ls!-Chalrman
Fa.lgrtt of the house naval committee
prepared a special rule for consideration
of the administration ship purchase pro-
a caucus of house democrats Monday j
UNCLE SAM'S ROSE, GARDEN
Alas t Grow Kvery Variety ef the
Flower Neas1 Arllnsrton
, ' Otaetery. '
Uncle Kam is planning the bljrgesl and
prettiest rose garden In tha world at hit
flower gardens near Arlington.
"Tha American Rose society last spring'
completed arrangements to co-operate
with tliV Department of Agriculture in es
tablishing a rose garden'" it is stilted at
the office cf Information of tha Depart
ment of Agriculture. "It la to contain as;
complete a collection of roses aa will
grow ut of doors In this section of
America. Tha society. Is f umUhlrig the
rosea, tha department two acres of ground.
Th garden will be under the direction
of federal beraoultursj specialist. The
(arm la la Virginia, just acrors the
Potomao from tha capital and convenient)
to tha Washington-Virginia trolley line..
"The garden already contains about ,
varieties, but tAera are many hundreds
oot yet Included and eventually the site,
can accommodate as many aa 1.000 va
rieties f hey can ba secured, ,'i
"The garden makea an Interesting show
placw for visitors to Washington. The
roses are arranged as far as possible ac
cording to parentage. Teas and hybrid-
teas, ' for instance, hate a bed to them
selves, aa have hybrld-perpetuaJs. As far
as practicable tha roe are arranged also
according to color. A fence six feet high,
In which tllmbtng roses will f row. Is to
surround tha garden. The walla are of
turf and the plan haa been to ue a dif
ferent kind of grass fn each walk. There
will ba rose canopies on the corners and
at the entrances. A summer bouse will
stand at -the most commanding point,
where a view of the whole collection may
be obtained. !
"Any grower of roses who thinks he
haa rosea not already In the collection
has been Invited by the society to con
tribute a plant. Correspondence concern
ing such plants should ba sent to Alex
ander Cummlng, Jr., of Cromwell, Conn.,
chairman of the committee on gardens.
F.lther he or tha Itepartmant of Agricul
ture will supply a plan of tha garden and
a lirt of varieties already grown.
"Tha membership ot tha society Is
mado up about equally of amateurs and
professionals. Tha society Is particularly
anxious to Include In Its membership aV
small growers. Applications for member
ship should be sent to B. Hanmosd, Bea
con. N. T.
"Tha society Is responsible for naming
all America varieties at rosea Every
roe originating In this country la regis
tered under its proper name. If It la
possible te get together specimens of all
varieties raised InUhls country duplica
tion ot names will ba avoided. Of course,
all - American varieties will not grow
equally well here, but the society has a
garden at Cornell university, and haa a
erriicaUon for one in Minneapolis, where
roea that ttirtve In mora northern cli
mate will be plaoed." New York World.
Storm Spends Force,
In North and West
i - ,
ALLIANCE. Neb., Feb. U -(Special
Telegram.) Two feet of snow fell Fri
day and Friday night It Is badly
drifted and hat almost completely tied
lp trafflo on the' streets. Four horses
ars being; used to draw tha few delivery
wagons. The storm seems to be over
this evening.1 ,
MADISON, Neb., Feb, 31 (Special.)
This afternoon and evening a - aevera
ralO accompanied by sleet and snow vis
ited thla section. It Is ' thought great
damage will result to telephone and tele
graph wife, , V .,
BERLIN, Feb, 11 -Th text cf the
American note of warning to Germany
haa pot yet been mad known to th Ger
man press and tha comment up to the
preeent time has been based entirely, on
newa agency dispatches from Washington
giving a brief synopsis of th communica
Th Koemlsc.hf Zeltnng haa republished
prominently from tha Tagets-Zeltung an
article by Count Von Reventlow, th
naval critic, concerning Onrmany's dec
laration i'f a marine war tope around the
British Isle. This article Count Von
Reventlow refer to th report that tha
Washington government Intended to ask"
how Germany proposed to make neutral
shipping safe In these water, and say:
"This marln war son wa announced
by th German government for the very
reason that, "afcty of navigation therein
cannot be guaranteed. Th vessels of
neutral enter upon thla war Bon only at
their own risk.- This condition of affairs,
and the consequences it may brng after
February IS cannot be changed or In
fluenced by any representation or de
mand from Washington. It I equally
out of th' question that th Identity of
very- ship with a neutral flag E ascer
tained. A submarln mine' cannot learn
this Identity and such a cotirs I equally
Impossible for a submarine boat.'
In concluding hi article. Count Von
"The German declaration In Itself must
furnish proof to Americana that the pos
sible destruction of American ships after
February II cannot afford the Washing
ton government ground tor com
plaint of arly nature against th German
government, but that tha American gov
ernment And the shipper themselves
must beat ths responsibility If they per
mit their vessels to enter this' war son.
"We gather the Impression her rom
expression reach Irta; ' Germany., from
across th water that If th American
people believe they can handle tha Gerv
man government aa they dealr by, pres
sure and threat they will foot them
selves." , '"
BEATS RIDING ON A BRONCO
Mas Astride Woaeded Deer Wkesj tt
Revives aa: Bonads
1 ' ' Away '
v . ' '
. David J.' Downey of Bprlngfleld had an
exciting bareback ride in th wood near
town soon after the deer season opened,
lie and Otto F. Belm, after tramping the
woods -'without . success for two days,
stacked their guns against a tree and
sat down and began on a lunch. Pres
ently they heard a crackling In th brush
some distance away. Relm got his gun
and went to Investigate. A minute, or e
later a shot brought Downey to hla feet.
Charging toward him from the wood
came a wounded tuck. 'Downey stood as
if spellbound till the buck sank exhausted
at hla feet. Forgetting 14s nearby gun
In hi excitement, Downey pounced on
the buck and yelled to Relm to coma
with his knife and finish it. At this stage
tha buck, somewhat recuperated, regained
hi feet, with Downey still on Its back,
and dashed on aa Relm cam fn sight.
Through tha brush for about 100 yards
tha, big buck carried Downey, hi clothes
tattered and his flesh bruised in the wild
. Finally, overcome by the . extra -load
and weakened by hla breeding wound, the
buck Blackened his speed as he cam to
a clearing. A he did o Downey slid
down from hla sleek slda and, watched
him disappear. H lay there nurslhg his
bruise until Relm arrived.- Then th
two scouted th surrounding territory for
fth buck, but were umvble tojocat him.
Boston Transcript. '
LOVE PROTEST SHOCKS BOARD
tome - Warm Pereewal Remark
Resell Body Gvsppllasr with
' Tax Problem.
The Morrl county tax board iat re
cently In Dover, N. J., with It usual
admirable calm and dignity until "new
business" cam up. Then Secretary Fred
D. Dardon picked np a bunch of letter
addressed to tha body, opened on en
velope,! cleared his throat, and read. -
"I thought I was your only g1rlv Men
are deceitful devlla, and you are th
worst I know of. , Tou can't ' kiss m
any more, nor even look at me. you vil
lain. The beat place for you I hell,
with brimstone and charcoal. Shame e
you, you cue."- .'
"Poor thing," said one of tha board.
"But I don't know how yea'v got, the
nerve, Fred, to stand up and. read. '
"This flilng Isn't for me," shouted th
sec retary. . 'I'm Just wondering which
ot you ah mean." , . .
The protest wa unanimous. , Finally
it ws deduced tht somebody's sweet
heart had both tag worries and love
troubl, and had mixed her envelope
so that tb vtlllan got a protest against
an aemnt, while th tax board rot
what the letter reoommenda as th beat
abiding place for tb "cus." New Tork
BILLS BY THE WHOLESALE
BY DAKOTA LAWMAKERS
PIERRE, 8. D.. Feb. 13. (FpecUl Tele
gram. V-Th grist of new bill on this,
the last day for general introduction of
bills, was 143 different; bill and Joint
resolution, of which th largest number
waa In tha house. 'In that list, there were.
Tour resolutions for constitutional amend
ments, on . to maJr crop Insurance a
public affair, another pmpoetng th suf
frage amendments, en for complete suf
frage, th other for vote on liquor
Th house thl afternoon turned down
the adverse railway committee report on
the half-mile train limit bill, on th plea
that th bill theuld have consideration
of the whole houee, regardless of th
committee endorsement After this ac
tion, McFarland moved that all bill in
th hand of committees be returned to
th house for action In committee of the
whole, and that no other bill be referred
to committees, and made a strong pro
test against overturning committee re
ports. In thl and other cases, but hi
motion got slight support. -
la th senate there was a tangle over
the Berndt bill to abolish th Stat High
way commission, m which Berndt. Vrdahl
and Odlaad supported th bill, -with
Hagen, 'Stephens, McLean. Haynes and
Stutenroth opposing tha measure, which
The commute on purchase of a resi
dence for the governor recommended that
th tate purchase the residence of A(. W.
owwi ivr - w
2S,0O0 tor th structure and furnishing.
In th enat th resolution for a
straight , prohibition, amendment to the'
tat constitution was presented and will
v- nimA k. a. Initiative law in case
the legislature .refuse to send th pro
poeed amendment to th people.
Bea Goes Canfp. .
SIM a bit weak from bis attack 6f
typhoid fever, Jo Bens. White Sox
pitcher, will be the flrrt 8ox to rrtv at
th California training camp.. v .
.... 1 . t. .'
-. Beilmaa teFrtaeo. ' .
The Detroit club has released Outfielder
Heihnan te the 6n Francisco club of th
Pacific Coast lea true. Thl make thir
teen play era let out by the Detroit club
ta one year. .i '
TWIN BEDS END! ROMANCE
Aa Coeple Qaarret Over the laee
vatloa and geoaratleai
It waa at Rockaway Beach, L I about
ago, that Julius Weill and Mr a
ntolne lforwlta !ntt fop the flrat time.
,-e .run, . ni.r " sitting by tb sad a wave. 6 he waa
Meek, n-val .uall.ary bill, t.k in ths j a wh.
noi. urn ,u . .... lu.r ...,..,n .. mTid Mra HorwU, hxd aat
,, ' . . ' ', ' , ' v ,;hr parliiar seventeen year before,
lott. r .moment, and allow .1 hour. Mr wlu h but
new love, and Mr. lXor
f UaIU Tl... .
ship IIH br.jr th houe ThurJay crt,. , v . , , "
. . " their at Tt Elsiuer place, Broa.
, They wr happy until some one aug.
i gested the purchase ol twin tied. Now,
Mrs. Weill thought that fine, but her
liltM to bind the majority to support it- fc year
Tba rule' would discharge the commit- Antolne
put tk.ou.U th. house In a tngU s.o,,. 4wak.nlni ot fc Mw
aiV. 1 1. 1 . ' U hrif.il-a In Kiki iaa Tlmr au ..
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND
Folloairig !' a list of aubscrtptlona to
the lirlKlun relict fund repurtud at Liiv-
.moi'rit frevlmisty reprrtMl f,p7 $1
'I oilnv lift lew tlub, l.lnuuln. . ..
i!.t bvl l lljiry d: ug slur.
K. K. i'.h. ,1 lr,.oln
l-ttur. ti. i'iVitlrr, 1 lmuilii
Uii:ii t ill'. !l.i!.tii.e
her!'.! i l.'i 'i',;rv H ui. lictulrege. ., .
f'litl r'.ii'. OoK'nhmif
Wttiiiais's 1 ii-rnrv i-lul. tirrliig.,.,
t u":i Tekauiah.
iooJ ; i-. --tt-n cluu. itvboa
!. r. I I . Cornell
I til. ei -i t actilty Vt unwa i club,
t banc fr ISeraer.
'"Ji ' . ' i' i vol ni-il to t'S mlnoi-e Is
il'ie t v ! H"t teitirif a cbam-e," said
ftMMMt Mt'tumtiwl!. ': 1 Wt ui
i, WdiIi uu.l uow all he hi when I,
art ito i-a " l'-i- ti.t, Iteifrr
pan l it.. " l".w -. .' '
kJ',w''" '. ' '
husband did not approve. Mrs. Weill
bought tha twins anyway, aad sent the
bill to Mr. Well!. There was an argu
ment concerning who should pay the bill.
Tb furniture man aued Mr. WtllL
Juxue young. In municipal court, de
elded that a husband did not have to pay
fur twlu beds eo loug as 4ie had nut or
dered thm. The case was dlsiuinend and
I'oithe beds disappeared from th ho una of
' Weill y .
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jueu aire. rwi eegaQ an aci'.on icr
aeparatloa. She tlWged that Mr. WtUl
frequently choked her. Becauae of that
JusUo Krlanger. la the aupieme court.
who heard th case, said he was satis
fied that thr had eeeo no romance,
and he would grant the a.rtiuD. New
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New Spiring 5uits- $ 30 to 'Malues
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Sale Starts at 8:30 A; Ml-!:
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Our .buyer, because he was on
the ground in New - York, was able
to purchase at a decided reduction
These suits embrace practically
all the new style ideas for spring
in a remarkably wide range of fab-
43 high grade, exclusive, hand-tail- rics, including whipcords, gabar
ored suits from one of Fifth Av
enue's best manufacturers
dines, serges, coverts, iiiixtures ani
checked effects. v ;
AH the popular spring colors are represented,
including sand, black and white checks,; navy
We would consider these suits Very
values when pffered at $30.00 to 845.00.
sis are: 14, 16, 34, 36, 38 and 40.
Monday, (oiie day only) $ T 0)?$
We Offer Tliem for - Ji
Ecauso of the very low. price we cannot send these suits on approval or
accept their return, We will also make a small charge for any alterations.
There ia a display in the south window today of these suits.
Y . . ; :
Sale "White Checked
All 30c White Checked
All 50c White Checked
S5 a yard
White Shirtwaist Linen, 50c,
ftUVln. Waist I J nen, Mon-
White Embroidered "
$1.25 38-inch Embroid
ered Batiste, llonday,.
75 a yard'
AVhite' Cotton Eepp ,'
25c 27-inch Repp Suit
ing, Monday ;
OSIV t)l MaoatO ftttMNK.".
To gt the genuine, call tor full name.
lLXattve Brgmo Qulnbta. Ixult f alKnav
tur cf E. W. Urova. Cure a cold !o on
day. 14 cents.
The Store for Shirt Waists
More popular than ever this season, be
cause cf the Urge variety cf new spring
blouses and the moderate prices.
Crepe de Chine and Floriahaw Blouses
for $3.75. $3.1)5, and $1.1)5 are unusu
ally attractive. ' . .
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- And they r vtry mttractiae, to
We have received, the
latest button novelties,
and those women who are
planning spring sewing
will do well to see, these
handsome buttons as soon
as possible. '
FANCY BUTTONS Fcr
trimming waists, dresses
and suits, all shapes and
sires. v " ' . .
FOR MONDAY A good
two and four-hole pearl
button, 5( a card (1
Our Very Suc
cessful One Dol-"
lar Silk Hose
This one dollar Silk Hose
' is so very successful, not
alone because of the price
although the price has at-'
tracted many women but
rather it's successful because
it has always supplied the
greatest possible degree of
merit, and has always main
tained the.highest standard
Extra heavy pure thread
. silk, flare sillt , lisle tops,
and silk lisle soles, all de
sirable shades and black
$1.00 a pair. . '
lima Tb iJee a iiuamraa v. n&u-w
and gtt Into '"" o bualoooa.
Be Waul Aoa mew steeulta.