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FOR WOMEN BEATEN
Representative Howard's Bill Oifinj
Them Voice in City Affain
Lost, 40 to 54.
PEOPLE HAD SPOKEN LAST FALL
ffYotn a Staff Oorreronienl.
T.TNCOLuV. Marrh lo.-.pertal -K.iial
atiffraire for women In municipal affair
ran aralnst imi thin morninr nil lt-p-resentatlve
Jerry Howard's bill to thl
effect wa drfestl ,1 to M. with lx ab
sent For two week the nun of woman
suffras-e ha beon looked after by Mr.
F. Sff. Hall. Mm. Pomerene and nthr.
prominent In the suffrage flaht In l,!n
coln and the state laat fall, while tue
anti-suffrage work ha hern looked after
by Mrs. Crumparker of Omaha, . who
seemingly all alone, hu been working
against the bill. When the vote waa an
nounced thla momlnir slioa-lng that euf
f race had been defeated Mra. fnimparker
wii very happy woman and wu enn
gratulatfd repeatedly on the nva of
Haw Member Kiplnlaed.
A good many of tha members mad ver
bal explanation of their votna or aent up
written statements to be placed In the
record. A number of tham expresaad the
opinion that tha suffrage question waa
voted upon by the people. Mat fall and de
feated tha legislature ahould Pass no bill
to confer the, voting right on women.
Soma ccpreaaed themaelvea aa Individ
ually favorahla to suffrage bnt voted
against the bill because their district
had voted against It.
Mr. lieJtounty, who Uvea In a amall
country town voted "no" berauae ha
feared "that If thla bill become a law
tha women of tha under world will con
trol th larger rll lea." c
Tha Lancaster delegation apllt even on
tha bill. Messrs. rotter. Hultoa . and
Mosrl.y being recorded In tha . "no"
column and Messrs. Jsary, Morkatt . and
Peterson among- tha ayes.". Of the
Douglas county delegation Howard waa
tha only ona who supported tha bill.
Following la tha roll call:
Anderson (Phalps) , Lanlgan
Cos -. '
MeynoMa (Ked WIlo
Mr. Speaker 40
Anderaon (Boyd). .. Mvaenburg,
Burgeaa, t j deff.
('hambera (Doug la), jJIchola.
1 Bounty, .
. Bagan, .
' ' allevere,
Klndelar, e "
: JMyder, - .
'. Van bueen,
:Up with the Bills
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
TJNCOLN, March ia-(8neclal.)-Tha
aanata la making good progreaa In d1a
poetag et tta tneaaure. Within a few
daya. It 1 expected, all bUla will bo out
of tha atandtng coromltteea. ' Thla morn-
tng Kohl of Wayne moved that all aenate
bill be placed at tha head of the general
fllev Thla glvea tham precede ace over
houee rolls and ahould clean up tha list
In abort order. Tha bouaa roll, ot
course, have already paaaed tha lower
body and tha genata can take Its lelaure
Coroner's Days Are
i - Numbered in State
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 10.-8pclal H-Among
tha bflla paaaed by tha senate today waa
cna l&ai abollahaa lh office of county
coronar. transferring his duties to the
county attorney. This but had the aup
port ttt Douglas county, the largest In
tho state. It was" a hoose rbll an I be.
comes a law upon tha signature of the
PALMER SEEKS TO GET
IN CLEAR UPON BILL
(TVom a Ftaff Correapondent )
LINCOLN, March 10.-8peclal.)-Rep-
reaentatlva I'almer or Douglaa la up
agalnat ft. Tie fathered a bill Introduced
for the purpoae of ahortenlng the election
ballot and for making the terms of
county officers four years Instead of
This bill was Just what the county of
ficial wanted and tho gentleman from
Ltouglaa waa receiving letters of com
mendation. Now those letters hsve been
turned to condemnation, all because of
the slip of tha pencil of a ntwapaper cor
respondent who when the dlaouaalon on
the bill was on ehowed that Palmer had
spoken against the bill.
Tha facts in the matter are that Mr.
Palmer has been ona of tho conakCanl
supporters ef the bill and fought for It
on tha floor of the house when It era
up for oonalderatton.
HOUSE FOR PUBLICATION
. OF PERSONAL TAX LIST
rFrom a Ktaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March' 10. (8pecll.)-The
bill by Richmond and Broom requiring
the publication of the personal tag itat
in the paper having the. largest cir
culation in the county, amended ao aa
to wake It optional with the county board
as t publication paaaed the houae this
afternoon by the close vote of 4 to 4.
Thla bill had the endorsement of the
State Prras aaaoctatlos and membera have
Veen watching its progreaa closely.
SEND BILL BACK TO HOUSE,
Senators Take Fall Out of Lieu
tenant Governor Pearson Dur
ing" This Procedure.
RELATES TO IRRIGATION AFFAIR
iKmrn a Ktaff rnrreponlrnt.)
LINCOLN. March tn.-fSpet lal Trle
Kram.i An Indirect, but apparently Inten
tional parliamentary lai In tha fare
what the r-nate admlnlt"rrd to It pre
aldlna offlrer. I Iruten- nt t.overor Peor
(nn. thla morning.
The lieutenant governor bad ruled on hi
own Initiative that Fenate File 1 ho lid
be ent back to the hmiae, thne day a
huvin; elapsed alnre lt recall without
tlon of any kind. .ni an epiwal from
the tilling the senate reversed the halr
by a two-third vote and then almoa
unanimously, the rm-mlwra a: ho bad been
Hunting for the retention of tha bill,
turned in and voted with the frlenda or
the bill to aend It ba-k to tha hnuae.
doing the mine thin that the chair had
attempted to do.
The bill, whl li gives the federal aovern
ment unappropriated flood and unuaed
water for reclamation purpow". has
been the object of a number of aharp
Hit. It lia been uphe'd by the mm
bera from Irrigation rountlea and hard
fought by membera fror.i countlea fur
ther down the river and Intereat-d In
Wink of Buffalo led the fUht to anwnd
the bill In a manner that would prac
tically have killed It. I:i thla lie waa
aided by Mattea of Otoe, the latter claim
ing that he was whoil.' unlntorented ex
cept for a desire to aee fair pay. Wink
had clairod that something had uen
allpped over on him In (retting the bill
passed without the amendment, which he
aald had been agreed upon.
;. A. It. Kill Advanced.
(From a Ktaff Correpondit.)
LINCOLN. Marfh 10. -(Special )-The
bouse agreed to ndvan houae roll "M,
Introduced Tueaday at Oovernq. More
head'a requeat, to Ita third reading with
out reference to a committee or going
through, the committee of the whole. TNi
la tho bill which requlrea county clerka
or aora to report namca, addreaaea
and aarvlce recorda of civil war and
Mexican war veteraaa.
Rtlls Paaaetl hr the Senate.
B. F. 227, Dodge of nouglaa AUtnoriaea
levies for public amusements In parks In
cities of from S.oon to ,ow population,
a it net Khumwav of IHOn Au
tnorisea upon a vote of three-fourtha of
the electorate the Issue of auditorium
bonds In nltiea of th- first class.
t. F. 3)1. Wilson of lodge increaaea
m.vlmiim ularlltl of Official of Cltlea
of the first clase; mayor from MW to $W0
end cnuncllmen from to UUO.
t. F. XI. Kleehal of Nemaha--nenulres
eounclla in cities of lea than 5,000 to
pave on petition of three-fifths frontage
8. F. 190, Tiller of Butler-Penalises
misrepresentation by word of mouth or
by catalogue in the sale ot dry goods or
H. R. H, llarrla and Hoatettter Pro
vide for certlflcetee for firemen exempt
by five yearr aervice rrom pou in, jurj
II. R. iil, iieianer-and Tlbbets Kxtends
glandered horae Indemnity law to animal
affected with duralne.
II. R. 04. Hoffmelfbrr Iinpoaes fine
Where 'exiirona companies fall to properly
house and i-ars for llvs stock entrusted
(a tlMilr rsr.
- J . . . . . . . vt. .. -1
If. It. IB. feisrsc.n oi uintinim . "
Uea peremptory challengea allowed atals
and accused except In caaea where the
,..liv I. life, when defendant has
twelve cnaliengea ana iw muim umy i-.
II. R. , Tlbbeta Abollshea office of
county coroner and tranerurs ounea iu
If. IV lO. Peterson Olves stle a per
emptory Juror challenge for each chal
lenge given to more than one neiennani.
H. IV 1M. Dalbey I'rovldea for the em
plovment of prlaonera In county and city
tails, in cltlea of over ,W0 and counties
of over lO.ouO population.
II. R. Xl, Fuller and Irfggeiv-iveuucas
number of printed copies of biennial re-
'"il'r. 1. ScudderProvldes rations for
Inmatea of aoldlera' homo at Grand
island who live In cottage.
H. R. i6, Ianigan of Oreeley-Clarlflea
law as to division fences.
H. Jt. IS. Frlea Hequlrea road overseer
to notify county aurvcyor of lost or de
struction of lsnd survey corners.
H. R. IT. Bmlth and Btevers Allows
rediscounts of state banks to equal cap
ital and surplus instead of two-thirds of
the capital alone.
H. R. 14S. Meredith-Provides for use
or atate snd bridgs fund In purvhaea ot
private toll brldgea, countlea to pay half.
a F. 134, Kamlall of York Makes all
note civen In advance to bmlness col
lege solicitor for tuition strictly non
negotiable until student has been at col
lage three daya.
Reeeasaseeaed ta Pass by enate
Committee of tho Whole.
8. F. 141. Howell of Douglss Companion
bill to annexation messure. Consolidates
school district, of annexed territory with
Omaha f hool district.
8. r. 114. Mattea or tnoe cxempis man
ufacturing corporatlona from corporation
occupation tax law.
t. F Meesner of OTKr-iiiw
sheriffs' mileage feea for trlpa within the
itiuntr In the service of papers from 6 to
10 cents a mile.
P. F. X2 Wllaon ot uoiige Lie lines i-i
nvantng of the ord "week."
H. F. 217, lodge of Douglas Notices f
apidlcations for saloon licenses muat le
published in paper of "general," not
'Inrieat." circulation, and makes the
maximum charge $10.
hV. F. a-, Klechcl of Nemalis Amends
law so aa to make ncsotlable prnmlaaory
notea received 111 advance payment f
fire Insurance policy. leaves present law
stand aa to life insurance.
Ullla loapoaed by Senate Coaa-
mlttee of the Whole.
8. F. ?. Howell of Douglas Provldea
charge of iciite a ton fcr aand taken
rrom river uea Belonging lo siir
Hill Paaaed la lloaae.
S. F. i. bv Beal-Motbrra' pension bill,
amended to include father who are un
able lo aupport their children. Allows IHt
per niouUi out of county fund lor each
II. K. M. ikHfoe Autnortsea atate treas
urer to Invest uo per cent of cash funds
in state or county warrnta.
It. K. 4:. Palmer Reuuirea fllatnct
lorka to pay over naturalliatlon feea to
11. R. IM, tlm-ns orroi ts a defect In
prusent law againut theft of water from
li. R. CM). Uvlfenrath Rellevea bank
from liability n forged checka unleaj
notified wttktn one year.
H. H 4(1. Hunter Ameuda law govern
ing practu-e of dtntlstr.
ft. H. MT7. HoautUr and llarrla FVr
blda ball gamea on Memurtal Sunday prior
to t p. ni.
Bills Faille; to Pass la lloaae.
H R. SSS, lioward-Umltlng the work
ing hour of drug clerka to seventy hour
per week wa loat on third reading. It
received oiny n votes to iv against,
H. R. 14i--Claatiie fratxtoai ordera
which maintain relief department aa in
surance companies and nuking thorn aub
Joet to the aarne lawa Thla loat, to A
Igaeo by Ueverawr.
H. R. a, Hoffmeister Requires every
county to establurtt and maintain a coumy
high s hool.
II. H. -it, Nl hole Raises ealarv limit
of rouiiclluien in tltiea of C.Uuv to 26.
population to SI W0 P r year,
li. R. sul. Nelson Requires lot ownera
to mow weeoe in atreela ana alley a front
ing their property. -H.
K 74s. by the Governor Approorl
ating $J,OUO for railway cum mission defi
fContinued from Page One.)
value of the Fry at about
ailed la even her.
HKATTI.F.. Wash., March 10-The
American steel ehlp William P. Frye,
3.S74 gro tona. owned by the Kdward
SeaJI tompary of Fath, Me., sailed
from Kcattle, November with a cargo
of &,2f) long tona of wheat for Queen s
Nn and has not been reported alnce It
passed Cape Flattery the next day. Cap
tain II. H. Klehne had hi wife and two
amall m with him and a crew of
thirty-one. The ahlp. built at Bath In
1101. waa valued at tlr,0. The cargo
M valued at 2.0".
I area f 'nnalaaed to Rrlloaa.
The Frye'a manlfet. on file at the cub
lom house here, show It cleared for
Queenatown and Falmouth for order
November 4 with IM.JWl bushel of white
Walla Walla wheat and 25,178 buahela of
rod wheat. No other -argo la mentioned.
M. H. liouser. who loaded the boat at
tho Weat Seattle elevator, aay It had
no other cargo of any kind
Rerelre a Word.
BATH. Me., March 10-Arther Kewall tk
Co.. owner of the William P. Frye, had
received no word of the loss of their big
ateel sailing ahlo when Informed that Cap
lain U. II. Klehne, his wife and member
of the Frve'a crew were on the 1'rlnx
Kttol Frledrli h.
Hasn't llearil Dlreetly.
NEW YORK. March 10 D. P. Dear
born, local agent for Arthur Hawaii A
Co., ownera of the American ship William
P. Frye, reported aunk by the German
auxiliary cruiser Trim Eltel Frledrlch.
had not heard directly from Captain
Klehne of the Frve up to tha time he
left ilia office late today. Ha aald, how
ever, that It waa likely that Captain
Klehne would report to him by mall.
Mr. Dearborn waa loath to comment on
the Iota of the ahlp pending definite and
direct new of the occurrence. He did
aay, however, that It waa probable that
abet proceeding might he Instituted
agalnat the Prtnx Eltel Frledrlch.
BROOME BEING BOOSTED
FOR MAYOR OF ALLIANCE
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 10. (8neclal.)-Repre-
sentative Broome of Box Butte county is
being boomed at home for mayor of
Alliance. Mr. Broome has rcoelved word
of this fact In a letter from the present
mayor, A. D. Hodgers, who says that
"tho boys" are lined up that way pretty
This is the first Intimation Mr. Brooms
had that Ms name had even been men
tloned for mayor. He has not been home
since he came to Lincoln last December,
Of course ho feels very much gratified
at this expression of sentiment from his
neighbors and takes It as an Indorsement
of his legislative record. He does not
know at this time whether he will maks
tho race for mayor or not.
SALOON APPLICATIONS MAY
BE POSTED, NOT PRINTED
(From a Btaff Correspondents
: LINCOLN, March 10 (8peclal.)-r'et-ste
file X17, by Dodge, was phanged lome
sbat from Its original provisions tn the
senate and now provides that notices of
application for saloon license may bo
published In a paper of general clrculu.
tlon instead of largest circulation, but
no more than f 10 can be charged.
In event of too heavy charges the ap
plicant may post his notice, in soma con
spicuous place Instead of publishing In
INSTITUTE FOR BLIND
TO HAVE ANNIVERSARY
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. Msrch 10-
(8peclaL-Tho Institute for tho mind Is
making preparations to celebrsto tho
fortieth anniversary of Its founding on
Thursday evening, March 11 There will
bo musical numbers by pupils of the
school and tho musical faculty and short
addressee by several of the faculty.
This school was founded by Prof. Sam
uel Bacon, a man totally blind and wha
had previously acted as superintendent
of tha Illinois and Iowa schools. From
outside of tho school John C. Wat son
and John W. 8tolnhart, who have taken
great Interest In tha progress ot the in-
stltutlon, will roako short addresses.
Depart meat orders.
WAS HtNOTON. March 10 Hpeclal
Telearram.) Nebraska (tensions nrantad:
Catharine A. Btrunk, Pawnee City, lit.
The Omaha National bank haa been ap
proved as a reserve agent for the Fann
er' National bank of Atwood, Kan.
Tha comptroller of tha currency has
granted a charter to the First National
bank of Ijake Norden. 8. P., capital
til.OCO; D. r. Scott, president: A. S. Bed
ford, easnler (to succeed the Farmers'
The poaiofrloe at Sweetwater. W'vo..
has been discontinued; mall to Ogdcn.
Big Eaters Get
Take a glass of Mil before break
fast If your lUrk hurts or
Illadder bothers -you.
TUs American turn and women must
guard constantly against Kidney trouble,
Because wo eat too much and oil our
food is rich. Our blood Is filled will) uric
ccld which the kidneys strive to filter
out, they weaken from overwork, become
alUKSleh; tha ellininatltw tissues clog
and tha result Is kidney trouble, bladder
weakness and a general decline In health
Vhen your kidneys feel like lumps of
lead; your back hurts er the urine is
cloudy, full of sediment or you a
obliged to seek relief two or three times
during tha night; if you suffer with sick
headache or dlsay, nervous spells, acid
stomach, or you have rheumatism when
the weather is bad, gat from your phar
macist about four ounces of Jsd Baits;
take a tableepoonful In a gtsss of water
before break f a t for a few days and
your kidneys will then art fins. This
fanioua salta la made from tho acid of
grapes and lemon Julov, combined with
41 thla, and has been uaed for generations
to flush and stimulate ilogged kidneys;
to neutralise tho adds in the urine ao It
no longer is a So urea of irritation, thus
ending bladder disorders
J ad AalLs is Insspenslvs; cannot Injur,
imaksai a delightful effort eaooat Utala-
water beverage, and belongs In every
home, because nobody can make a mis
take by having; a good kidney flushing
any time. Advertisement.
ECONOMY CLOGS THE WHEELS
House Has to Halt Because Small
Office Force is Snowed
Under with Work.
ENGROSSING ROOM IS SWAMPED
(From a Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. March 1". (Special )-The
first public acknowledgement that the
economy plan of the house was carried
out to the sacrlfi'-e of efficiency wa
given thla afternoon when the members
appeared to be anxloua to continue the
work of the morning passing bills.
A motion was made by Dr. ICvans to
so Into committee ot tne wnoie. wun
Hcott In the chair, for tho consideration
of bill and this was voted down. The
shaker then Informed the house tiiat It
rhould go Into committee of the whole,
for there was nothing to be gained b
p.-tjifllng any more bills for the engrossing
room was so crowded with work and the
other clerks were so busy that they could
not take care of the work and the house
might better be working in committee of
Three stenographers aro trying to get
out the work In the engrossing room with
the help of the chief clerk of the crew,
while at the lat session twenty-three
people were necessary to do the work.
In the aenate five people are doing the
work and It la up to the minute on all
bill passed. The house introduced ovei
twice as many bill as the senate.
BRYAN AND SENATOR
AGREE ON NASBYS
(Continued from Page One.)
atate admitted, but he would net usaVsvtt
himself as to the offices In controversy,
l.nhrek Ready to Leave.
Congressman lobeck has about con
cluded hi departmental work in tha
rapltol and plana to leave for Omaha to
morrow. As to the Omaha postoff Ice situation
Mr. Iolicck said today that outside of
certain economies which Postmaster
Whsrton would be called upon to make
before July 1. the personnel of tho office
ss now constituted would remain tho
"General Roper realises our situation."
said Mr. Lobeck, "but Is compelled to
take notice of suggestions when mado to;
him for purpose of both economy and cf-,
"There are complaints In tha office that !
patrons are not being served with mall. I
This is to be looked into as . well as
changes in certain routes are to be made.
Service Cornea Too Hlah.
"Tho efficiency board In Its report on
Omaha put the service as costing too
much for territory covered.
"The Poatofftce department wants) bet
ter service for the money expended and
my understanding is- that instructions
hnvn gone out or will go out to Ju4&e
Wl arton to this effect.
"Omaha Is not alone In this chocking
up," continued Mr. Lobeok. "X teamed
that Minneapolis, Denver and Deo Moines
were also in tho same catagory. There is
nothing against Omaha, but tho Inspeo
torj thought A shakeup would bo bene
"Personally I am standing for tho boys
who helped to make tho office what It is
today and I don't believe there will be sny
changes except those that ore voluntarily
requested."" ' ' ' " ' '
Congressman KlnkalC of tho Sixth dis
trict w III -leave Wfcshlhgton tomorrow lor
a vint to California. 'Ho expoota lo be
In O'Neill early In April.
STOCK HEALTH CERTIFICATE
MUST COME WITH CATTLE
(From a Ptsff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, March 10. ( Special.) The
State IJve tock Sanitary board nas
added another requirement to its quar
The amended order requires thst stock
hipped In from the territory freed from
the quarantine be accompanied by a
health certificate from the state veter
inarian of the state from which the 'ship
ment Is made.
The territory freed yesterday from tho
foot and mouth disease quarantine In
cluded the western part of Iowa. Missouri
and South Dakota. '
Tho Boo Wants Ads aro tha best Dual
i. . ,
j . t e t i
jtryoptw It has Uste aaJ indiTkluallty tbat caimot b equaled.
twapM it b aJwayt th samo-alway gxxxL
jlecmtsm it U brewed to carefully and under such tuutary con
utions that It U absolute purat
Wawe it U o noambinto
that it b enjoyed by every
Woose every user b constantly tinting ita praie and
wiU ue no other.
A f rlrv tttm nmm
VJL tWaTBnencamwDegiLinua'- VmninT
astaaiiosiMia -saw ir.isisss gr OMAHA. NCR.
VILLA WILL JOIN
IF U.SSTEPS IN
(Continued from Tage One.)
for active service, maneuvers and target
practice, with guns snd torpedoes, as
that baaed on Guantanamo, Cuba, for the
last two months under the command of
Rear Admiral Fletcher, rommnnder-ln-rhlef
of the Atlantic fleet. This force
now conalats of nineteen battleships and
twenty destroyers, with a flagship and
"Baaed also on Guantanamo bay Is the
cruiser squadron, consisting of two
armored cruisers and seven light cm leers
and gunboats, the various units of which
have been operating In the vicinity of
Haiti, Panto Domingo and the east coast
Ready for Any .evlce.
"The veasels comprising this fleet ore
ready for any aervice and are accom
panied by repair ships, supply ships and
fuel ships, carrying coal, oil and oupplleo
for an extended etiod.
"At Key Trat the reserve torpedo
flotilla, consisting of ten destroyers and
a tender, have been engaged In extended
"At Pensacola sis submarines, with
four tenders, have been engaged In ma
neuvers and In Joint operation with air
craft and with the Fan Francisco, a mine
"Results of the extended operations In
which the above mentioned veasels, to the
number of eighty-three are engaged, can
not fall to offer tho benefit to the navy."
FOUR-YEAR TERM BILL
SENT TO THIRD READING
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 10 (Speclal.)-The
Plevers bill was ordered to third reading
this morning. It provides for a four-year i
term for county officer. The original I
bill haa been amended by a motion of i
Peterson so that present terms will not"j
be extended. Tho officials will not 6a
elected in presidential years, with the ex-'
ceptton of the clerks of the district court :
who will continue as heretofore. This'
Is tho bill which Palmer of Douglss has
been Interested in and which he has put
In much effort to put across.
auHj.iijajaiimMiiii m. m
Acting in the capacity
of Executor, Trustee,
ian, the Peters Tru&t
Company can be relied
upon to observe every
stipulation and detail.
Having a permanent
charter, strong organi
zation and legal exper
ience, we are especially
Write or call for any
desired particulars: "
Capital and Surplus
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In Kis Haw x.ooatlon. sai-aa wood,
man of tha World Bids;.
A suite of eight rooms, the finest
and moat complete dental officea In
tha weat. Every up-to-date and pain
leas method known. Consider our
reputation, experience, prices and our
new equipment and you will arrow
that we hars reached the highest
point in modern efflcienoy.
appetizing and to uniformly food
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' II iwif if
CosJOisKSaj fpr v rt.iu aaas
602-810 DOUGLAS ST,
Fashionable New Silks at
In a most wonderful
variety of Spring shades
"practically every new
weave and texture fash'
ionable women will wear
during the coming season
A Few of the Many
Chiffon Faille, yard
wide, - - - $1.95
Satin Meteor, 49 inchea
wide, .... $2.25
New Tub Silks, from
85c to - - - - $1.00
(black and white), $1.50
All Silk Satin de Luxe (26
New Gauze Vests
A great variety of styles,
suitable for spring and
summer wear, 10c to 50
BHAKDEIS THEATER. 8 Days Com. Sun. Eve., March 14th
THE KEYSTONE OF KEYSTONES
TILLIE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE
COOG FL of LaugMe:
SB miTB AID TOBOII AX.X. TSOXTBUIS
Mats. Sally at a, atao: All Beats loej sTta-hts at 7:30 and . lOo and SOe.
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It's Dr. Kdward' Olive Tablets
For You t -
Bewaro of tho habit ot constipation. It
develops from just a few constipated
uays. unless you take yourself In hand.
Coax the jaded bowel muscles back to
normal action with Dr. Edward's Olive
Tablets, the substitute for calomel.
Don't force them to unnatural action
with aevere medicines or by merely
flushing- out the Intestines with nasty,
Dr. Kdward believes in gentleness,
persistency and Nature's aaaistanco.
Dr. Eawnras tJiive -laoieie open mo
tlve. There is never any pain or griping
1 -v Miii rT4kKlAOaa m SA
WII Oil 4-T. V-1WU WHC ir as?
txmA Timt thA klnfl nf treatment old
pernor should have.
T-i PJ.nr.lai a kHiraa Tft Kl of s fA B. VbbT-
ar, CU w ai us. -w at " w - --
etaUe compound mixed with ollv oil.
you will Know tnem Dy ineir onve cixor.
Take ona or two oecaalonally and have no
trouble with your liver, bowels or stom
ach. Nfc and 36e per box. All druBSlsts.
Tho Olive Taoiei t-ompany. wiumuui,
50c Work Shlrta. now 25 1
69o Dress Shlrta 30t
$1.00 Dress Shirts CDs?
$1.00 Flannel Shirts 9i
$2.00 Flannel 8Mrts 98
$1.00 Sweater Coats 39
$2.00 Sweater Coats 88
$3.00 Wool Underwear . . . .98?
$1.00 Union Bults 69t
J. Helphsnd Clothing Co
814-16 No. 16th 8t.
Deposit your checks
here no matter upon
what bank they are
Deposit with us and
then pay your own ac
counts with your own
check on this bank.
Gros de Londres, yard
wide, .... $1.5!)
Crepe de Chines, 40
inches wide, $2.00
Tub Crepes, from $1.75
New Bengalines, 42 in.
wide, --. - $3.50
- $1.00 a yard
Boys' Waist Suits
Of checked dimity, all
sues, .... 35c
Children's "M" Waists,
2 to 12 years, - - 50c
One Hour and
a Half of Screams
Mrs. Leslie Carter
In a Superb Production of
the Famous Drama
Complets Symphony Orchestra
Prices ICc, 15c and 25c
fas aaa a H
now o n o w
LEOHABO ANCERSCN & CO.
In "When Caeaar Bees Her," Billy
Newkirk a The Kvans Bisters.
Wm. Morrow a Co. and Daalilns
ton s Don
Itext Bandar, 4 Days
MAX BLOOH TABLOID
Sflnf.AB t. ... m
ti. Today, 1 :30; Tonia-ht, Jol Weak,
"Tba waetest Story Itt Tola,"
merely MAnv Ann
ICata, WoA, Thar a. Bat., SS
STla-bts. SSo and 6O0.
To., Society aTla-ht Oraad Ooora
Quart n, aaslsted by roateaeUa
Olea Club of so aombara.
"OMAHA a UST CXaTTSB."
A 41 Centimeter Punch fliiarairtJ
!SfM BILLY WATSON'S Jiw
Punu.1 book. tor Mmliufi UarkM wm
Ultt.raut trtHa wkal ion m beak om. "K-"in
wrw J.BSa'1, u4 'Hwhmtv'i Cbruua
los". Hum J Cboru at "HMrlw"
Indies' IHaae Mstlsea Weah Pays.
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Other aots: Cktrdon
A Co., Clara lnca.
Hal A Prancu.
Brown A Rot-hello.
Th rliiLv EiimII.U Trio. OrphcUra Travel
Weekly. PrloeaMattnae: Uallary. 10o.
Pest seats (except baturday and Hundayj.
Xm. Nishta. luo. 2S. Wc and 7&c.
DIOGENKS sued m laaters but
the up-to-dato bnslneaa maa In
Omaha asa the adertlsUm col
urans of Tha Ilee.
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