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. ,,?isf tfcetr fi ' trie are eithei
inong the i i ? ? 111 ?- < J.
The ?tu? ken ?* ? '?' " of th? ? ' '
i-cmg p.itrdl.-.l to-nlghl bj goverm ?
iroops from !'"'i Omaha und
inilH'n. Governor Mor?
i<r?('Tii?! chargi of the state ti
rh?r? has ? ? coi llttl? ? ? no lo
Ml? "
, ,c-i> %?..- . Th? Omaha h< I
thrown ??pen *
ired
Evrry tl
hroiif-hi
x.e:iT\i- toa ?' I 0 '?fil
?Uva? hew aid tl ej made m
tiaual ???
Course of the 6toi m.
i he ? lonn app<
m 54th ?nid Ceatr? '?? ? ' I '
?: it iv< led nortl
|hi ? aSt tO I 'ii ? ? ? ?? ? ': : ? ' ' '?" "
h took a north? to '"
.-nul Farnam rtri?? ta, ? ?
through everything, sun travelling ?i
little eaat of ni? th, it i ovi red a ?
from ? * ? T i ? exret ? ? 34th str? ?
distant* of els bio
su iking Bemh Pai k, x I re
? - ?.f the ?"Cll-to-do ?
.1
?.-?Ft and ?passed Park?
Bloi
1 i?li ?,\;<- ?.
I? ?- ,f. tion the ? ?m ? ?
?Finally? al i ltti and Bp?
r th? m??-???? ? i River,
the Missouri I
; the blf '
Ira] i:.iiii?.i"( ?? ? i
...
? in Cl
i la? r. and dti
east.
?
? .? v ? ? ? gi \<
pal
wi.j*
I
[tie to.
? . ? . ; | 7.1 I.
Within the space
wh ? tana
. ' ? :"ii of land, I.-Oil
nr?. a ? ' k< d, 100 1
v?sn . ire]
in*- made for oth?
?
storm ?? i. ith.
Three points ii
??? ? ?
were at 40)
h ? r?-?' .1 had sought
t 241
Ing picture i
and ai 2-lth
;, i
? ?
Eno?-?r?ous Property Loss.
dem
s:..t?x..-?. i $12 ..?..-..
?IK?'- " ; .
tiall* rebuilt, bul ihis number Ii small,
torn asund? r 1
ihat ev? n the mat? rial j
rebul
1 ? : . ?
lay in ? ?mahu.
? hu? h? s are i artly or ? holl
One prl I ? *hool for g i
wr? ' k. although i!
Th< r? it of thi
Th? d?setr .. min?
: ?
?
further northwesl Ihe
lapsed more ea
i.- ? of deaths rei I ted.
people were ab!? to I irr* to I ?
stri? Ken disti t. but l
v' ?i- by th? light of lant? i ns, and
?.?.a?- a-f*?rompllshed, Th?
down ?ii the '?? ? pa
\' as shut Ofl lllllli'.i
lo pn ?. <i.x further losa ol
with the ri rival ol
had of militia fiotii Lincoln ;md the
prl sence in ill?' cltj of G
head the work wai ttized, and
to-ni-fht Indications are 1 t on? more
day win end the ?search for
win even witi ? eral attempt at
rebuilding work.
Des Mohi?Bl senl a ip?*?cial train arltli
t ? ri > phystetana. ?und these arrlvli .
noon heipeii out tho local staff, xrh
had been ;it ^??trk since ?*, o'clock of the
nigh) before. Nurses und medica]
r?'?'?-? were also brought on thll train.
Relief Pouring In.
fly pa-':ririf_r Into tho
? rganlzai '?ns taking I
? . ' nds, sti.t? and r<
TECLA GEMS
Scientific processes and high
temperature render posible the
?creation of jewels that are
perfect reproductions of the
precioui stones of Nature.
Teda Pearls. Rubies. Emer?
alds and Sapphires are mount?
ed only with genuine Dia?
monds, in the most artistic
and uncommon sellings.
TECLA
NEW YORK PAR15
398 Fifth Avenue 10 Rue de la Paix
LONDON BERLIN
7 Old Bond Street 15 Unter den Linden
PU.-W- -a ?-?,?-. St. at lf>:K
Wa^iailon *-? ?, ,, | |,|, f, \fj
bt. laxiu I ?-.r ?It ?I I Olh
AO?Ol.r I ,tv I01? h- ?x . .,
tint?..? Altx Bt-flMf SlNrl
Nu 16 Avrmi. M.urnt
J ??fin?, f> Karrjthn.ialiaM'
Romt 144 C?r??. I rrba-i"
NO OTHER BRANCHr.S OR ACF.NTS
? ? i KRR1 rORY WHF-R
I ?i ,k\ \DO DID GRE \ I EST DAMA<
n d
il
?
f Institu? I '
: veril '? ?)' alh
'
? ; "
' '
? i were
? h
t of a ; oung
? .-_??????
i m, who
'-.. hod y
-
-, ? i el New man, told i (
ei \n a
? ;
hit th? hou-?c
?V ... 1 v ? || huill o*
wen -i
'
debria ' :
for her. ; f ter board 1
ged and pulled a! them
bleed
d h? ' l ' m do? n t"
? hu? she a aa d? ad
A.. . u Injur?
? Inatil ite was thai all w< re
face, whllf? the
-,, . ? . from
wounds. Ugly looking scalp w? I
i . . injury,
-pli. | | ' ? in. sd
? !e?t .?f "The < ?ni 'i ?
? \'<>. 11"! Karnam sire? t, was
? ?'in; ? ? ? ??. Mr, Dut
In b hoi pj ? ft? moon
KiMed at Birthday Part/.
At th? ? '? i? ? so,
27<M North 20th streel ., ; ,r.. .,,
?
waa !? i ? ? ? ? ? had lust
? ? and wi re dr i ... ? i
? .?.th of th? Ir host ?a hon
the - ? ; t ti?.' house awaj. All
the ?part) ceded i I t with
a ?grandchild,
. ? I . : ?
nally Injured.
"Th<- pai (? egun dinni r "
Mr. Hyncs, ' The young p?sople
wer? kin*- ? is I ?am, l
I ent< lo tl pirll Sudd?
? hi ig sound. The
minuti ?the hoi -? ? In roll i I wig
? ?and .-?Hi? ?i the
: Ing '
'J'iit n suddenly brought ?back to the
hi?, grai d< hild a??? ni r
he exclaimed: "< ?h, If n had onlj
mi Inbtebd il ? '??? ;
When the itorm hi ?) pat ied Mr and
? M Wilhelm found themselves
? brok?n end
Tl ? ? Ktiicatcd
Iti ?? ' ? ulty.
lohi IViighl railroad watchman,
prob ? to the facl thai
nt to wot half hour ahead of
liuv, be? si feared hi.uld gel
? ? Ii hi did nol hurry. Incidentally,
this la the third time that Wv.
beei destroyed ?tor
Sixteei - ? ; ? ?ago, In Norfolk,
N. b., hit hnmr was ?i? molisl ed, and tor?
. go, m Panoi ?. Iowa, he
v .-i tor?
?. ' < 'ook a as revlv**d
? had bi i ? hi? v n ov< r her
v . beet mpt ? i ? | fot
than half an hour It s ?? essary
to chop .-i large hole In the side of
-. wa take)
uninjured
< "l i ft" Daniels, his wif? nd theli '??? ?
children mot death together. When
- digging about the ruin? of iti.-ir
homi found the four ?bodtea the little
were clasped In the arms of their
whili ?' ? i of the father
was over them, as If he had tried I ?
own body.
Mar Knudsen. a .?? blown
hom? ol her ? mploj ? r ???'!.
ii.jiii' ft Ight? n? 4, ran all the a nv
downtown, to fall fainting In fronl of i
hotel Her Ii tlv
new n ol Ihe dl ? 1er i? ??? i ???) i i
downtown aectioi
D nd Mi U. f. Ri
am ... ? thoul injur) iron? Iheir
home, i he agi 'I mother <?f Mr I a ? int
found burled In thi ? ellar and
? ?i ? ni; difficult]. I?ebria ha .'
piled aboui h? r until onl* h? r h? ???i was
exposed . nd ah? a unabi? to '??!<..?
o , to free I
i m th? rulm ? l i negro i ool ?mil
bod) ??f ? n? ?gro u.v tak? t, .. ,?
. a Ith man othi ra. In one hand
? ? ? ? ? ? clutched a roll
ol ?.ill .
? ,;,??. >i i in*?! ivas
. m thi i .m - ??i iwo houaei. urn
SOME OF THE WORST
OF PREVIOUS STORMS.
/?d3?r?s County. Miss.. Ma?. 7. 1840?<
317 dead.
Adams County. Miss. June, 1842??
?500 dead.
Louisville, March 27, 1890?113 <->aH.
T'onrrty loss, $2.500.?000.
St Louis. May 27, IPOti?300 dcir):
property 'ess. $12,000,000.
G.-i veston. Seotem her 8. 100C?9.000
i id,
Phe ? is due
; cave < West
Ula rag doll ? tucki
When C". S ? ? rush*?]
and almosl - ? sabl? bod;
Ihe i ? ; irtm? nl
he He I 'low.n th? ireet
. ton ol ?;
1 H. Smith, ;i ;?i )\ ate of th? ?-? I
coi ;? fi om Fort ? ?ma ha
ping carry sevei ?
? ollapsed Whi n hi had
u to take
him i" th? posl hosplt wl si? h? a ?.
? i under r? -tr.nnt.
\. i ? ? ommuni? atlon a It h the < I la
w ? ri'i wat entlr? ly cul off Ias1 n
available report <>f th? dl
ter w taken to L
I. Tclei teles
?a ii ? along all th? ri road
down. M midnight Ih? !???? tl?
linemen ut 8 o
to-nig ?? wen ???? ui
? . < 'omm? i
-.-. i ? r-nt to nearbj
Of OP? I r ? ? I ' I ? "in ? ? ?
Thi In h ? onl nu? d In an api m ntly I
' : ? ? tangl? ctwecn ? " iah i
?pointa ?lir? ctl) ? .??-'t. Tin? ? mil? I
?win - wen dot? n dii ? I cast
. u ti ? t aeveral oth? r i?? ni
m th<- territory i.? ?-.-?? v
Chicago th? lint
Railn | und? r these i-ondil ? n
waa a i-i : n i?. : i ; prim , ?
* - .1,1. ? ? tU. ?Il ' 'llvil.,1 .lUI ? 1.
? i.v. i? ?i i .v flagmen
: . f?.i ? ? ? n,. taking ih? pla< ? "f ?
dlspat? :?? ? a and bl< . ? i i
first train Into ? imal ? fl oui th? i. i :
v . ? ho a lat? and carried
th,?n one hundred lincmi n to p ?int.'
< ut of lb ? liy.
A. L. Urcen, advertising
;? d? pal: ' i?-, Ih ing at No 19 ? '?
i 'nder** ?? ??i a*? ? ittS?, a as on hla bn
?porch watching ?hi tin,n m ??' " ??
:?i?....
"it .an.? ht.? i? rushing and n u Ing
torrent ??! watei," he i??i?i '*ll ?came
y. ..m ih? o ith and i a ? ?-?l i Ighl b
to th? es ' l went lo m? al I ?
? low until' d la tel) ;iit? t ?? ard .?n?!
hu? i forth ti"in housi ? along i
the path ol i hi stoi m. I could ? ?
al once. Thi
made n gha tly slr*ht av the* lllumin
?ted the a? i? ol rax? d buildint :
near by. i
.1 i Traynor, of No .ij." North gth <
street, rushed fi ?m his plai ?? of bu**i?
ut-sa !<? in ? h?.m? to find n in ral i
11 v- u iff, hla aunt, Mi i. .->? ,?t?l Bas
got, of ''hi';??", who WHa \ I Itlng them.
and i?i?: Ihr.hlldn n wore In the
house, bul "tii\ Mrs f'...?_??_;?? ? na hurt.
i: w Dlxon, of No. 438 North 18th
stn t, wai bruised about the head, and
?ns ?.?, n<? and Ihre? ? hlldien .-ere se?
riously Injured. ?Dlxon started upstairs
,-i, m .-,. i ii. toi na???, funnel swoop
down and crush th' horn? ??. hla neigh
bora to th'- south. An Ins!?nt lat? i
ihe v. Ind struck nia houi e and hi
hurled downstairs Into ?? dining .m,
tl.?t .?o hla fa?-?-. I tagt ?I. lie atruggl? d
in his feel and hurried hli famll: lo
the cellar. /\ second later hi bom
waa awepl away and the famll) In ?
? el lar had only the skj abo? ?? them
Flames sprang up on ei ? i -. Id?
? n ;-.?? n ?-'l as if the n hole cltj
afire," said Dixon "Th? n l lift? d m:
\t if?- and ? i.ii'l.r?v out and dot n Ihe
treet, Joining scon a ol m* unfot tu
?Mi. neighbor*. W i had lost oui all,
hul ??? i re i ha ni ful for our '
CHICAGO AND SUBURBS
HARD HIT BY STORM
Five Persons Killed. Fifty In
jnred and More than ?$500,00 0
Damage Dor.o to Property.
ihlcsso Msrcl I I - ? . . , ,.,. .
' ' " ? I two b ni'l
i*l ? ?i sud .? -?f ati
wen dan -.-? I h itorm which
t ovi ? n .ii!?i iti aubuiUt ?
? II,HI 111 11_
?
. . T .
? ?!..- I?
; ? i ? ? ' ? . , ? .
' i? . i.i o'
.; ' ' ? I In mini ??? '
IIled l. v...?,..-,.
i i? light ?win
v .. u n..i 11,?i. reseirtne
. ? . ,?
'I'lv i tonn arhii v ? ?. di inaiUi a ?.. I
hail - ? i gal*
.... for .1
?ras felt mosl ihe aorl
. if tl ly.
-. ? . . turned, wind rol Ir**?
lee and el? *? ? llghl ? I II
.gi i'ii ml
Seat reaulted
frota theii I ????? ' "t.
.-.?-. . ; .
? I othei
.
?. a
?? g of th?
? | ?
. ??
' ? ?
i ? . merged
????:, '
? ? ?. . ? . f call
?,...? . ? ? ?-?????
? -
? ? ?
... the tall of
. . ... . ? .
? ? .....
t
?
I? Mill-*?!
INDIANA IN GRIP
OF RAGING FLOODS
Thousand! ol Acrei Under
Water and Record -.f 1 004 Is
Likely To Be Exceeded.
? ? ,
, ?
.
i
tan
? \ . ? s
? ? ?
!
I . . ? , ;
? ' ? '
ir out n|
?
..??.'
?
\ ? ? F the M
. .. ?
thel
\.1 Hi? '
....
? ? a. . , I ?
VVIiit, ? ...... ,r ?,..,. .,?.. ,|
I gh< ? 11 t ha t o t
ill., ?--.i:. I i.f ;" re of i ?i? i throug
ina in ?? und? r water, and ??? t
Hiring in Ihe lowlan?
tat? ' xe ht ?H f"i ? 'i ?" da ? 11
th.-ir li"in?
1*1 ndla3. ? ' ? M..r h 24 I ? i Stei
Bin, which ;.i i.i? .,
? torrential in? Rlanchanl
H at the rate ol three Ii
.m h?' .1 and the city h l?r? at? ned a itii
? i..? ..i i be ?.?. oral flood? Il II IiIkIoi
i . ?. .-.in. i? non eighte? n '? ? * ..i ???.??
?I Practical!? < ? ??? I i ?
lh?*> ril '?i Ix en i ompell?Pd to ? lo ? I r >. t i
rail and Irolle Iraflle la paralys-*d
Piti | . March 34 ?Pa ilei ? of 011
and IV? t \ rginl ?1 < threatened la
night I '.....i Rlveri and other
. . "Mi "f Hi? 'i band Man
pla? ? lia? ' ' ? ti i? ?i if.iii- liiundat? d, n?
i undr? ?! "i fstalll? i i a? i
i r hi m?
i.. !? lo?ntghi .? i.??.?-.? rain reatlausa,
i ? i idera le enxlet;
TORNADO WORKED
HAVOC IN IOWA
Town Altor Town Reports
Heavy Damage and Increases
the Number of Victims.
' "'.H' ii Blufl -. M.-ii ? ii .t I ?ach ? ii'
Ing (?oui i?. nlghl I? nd? ?? i" Inci i aae tha
i ? ?.i dead and Injured du? to the tor?
nado Kverj town In I"?.? thai II araa
? |bl< i" i ? ach ''? I? I? i'ii'.ii" a?M?Ml ??,
iii. ? nortnit) ??t ?i" d? sti i*tlon
i'.? town "i Hartli M add? d tin ee t<< the
d< ?ti. list Edward i ?? ml? an und taro
??ii.? i m? mi" ra of I i 'h.r
At |{> ebe Mi Kat? ? 'n\ anaU| " i
p. "i'.ii'i- fatally Injur? ?! Sin ?? ? th?
ni'.i hi i "* Mi. l ?? ? i i??i'i" i. a h".-' la "
daught? ? a ? i ? killed il N? ola and ? ho
v? ;. ?, I ? . ? ? ? i I ?. I " i i I
\ i"?' uliar i?ut m ? "i ii?' i I'M'i" i i.i'h
II i expel i? ti' ? ?v..-? ilii.i ii.. fatl.
i." 11? 'i for more than ?. quartet >.: .
nil' In tha tornada and asa found un?
? ont fern. a il h ne irl) all ??t tha ohKhing
torn lfm lili bod]
ii? . propertj leaa ??.???. reportad f>??m
tii?- t. ??? Mag-notta, California June
. mi ii- kl.i, MU ?"it i \ ..ii? ? hikI ?Mai?
irern. No <i?*hilis arera reported i. ;..'
?.i tins.? p?a''.-,. Three miles ?"?im ,,?? |h|a
i la? ? a am i. "f US t? ? t ?if til?? ? in. ago i
?-? ??a?~- l.-..l_~ ?...- ?______?, _y,?? J
'H HAI PAYS
HEAVY OEA?H II
Ai Least Twenty Persons Killed
m City and Vicinity and
250 Hurt in Storm.
TORNADO RAZES 275 HOMES
Hundreds of Persons in Small
Towns Lose Everything Ex
cept Land?Many Have
Strange Experiences.
1 ? ii.. ite Ind . March M. Twenty
i. knoa -i '" liav? I ??? n klltad, 0
??'??< ... less serlousl) Injured, ?? homei
di itroj ? ?i and oth? r prop? rtj damag? ?
timated ,?i nearl? 11,000 ?fl a is Ihe total
??i th? toi - ado that d< i astati ?l Ti ire
Haul? and rklnlty last night. TO-nlghl
.-v ., gi of thi rescue work
? v. list of dead will ised a
,,w.?- the d? bris of
? wrecked bull I nga
iiiii.ii'..! < ..i horn? less ?? eins cared
Itabli ' tit? tlon and ? Iti?
'. tide th? m i ? ? k< ?! dtsti Ici i? being
led h ? 'orap inj B, 1st R? gim? nt,
India fs'atloi il Quard, end tl" le ?
? ... Th? militia ras oi.?
..m . . to da; b) ? Im ? ? kw Ralston,
g in. directed II elle! ??sures fron
'n?. d? id In? lude:
The Dead.
I r , ,-? . , i? .,
??? . - . .,,. i sab i isStac Helas
v ? ? ? I : .
? - .
? n?
? ? . .
HOI - ' -
i ? ' .
. rill? ; I
MATH *? ai '"i '.?:???
?.'.
| UlM Hsi
??
MYl'i
-? ? !"
?sight
i ? ? ?JiM i
i-. . work te howed thai
... ..-.,- ?J
? ? ? . . -
lh<? al
for It ? - lerable
?'ti
I ? irrted on I
? ? i
i Ii table Instil
? ?? ?? le the t
at
rival
? ?
D^ir-, Trapped in Debris
tn.f thi riet
? ? i
?| . the wrecked eetioi
:'??'? of
attei tlon ??ft?
?? tr it?; ed In 1
? ? I ? ? . ? rt ' ?
me died before th? I be freed
? arreekagi
lat ri ?*| a ?' a ? i
? . but In the i ca
?.,?
"I'm looking foi e,g ?
? ? ' :
when I ? lo ai
? i
n
? ? rid
? ?
I ?
?? ? v. ? , h
Ule horn? . i
but no tornad
i II havi to beg ? w."
????'?
ortic?
...
' ' he doctor, Ij Ins on ?
? .-. irrlei
l
walk
Babies Escape Injurias,
Mi a ?i Mi-? Parla ?verett
?"?'?? i. wen I ? ? t ? ,.
-i ? i ? ? ? ? ? i back i o
? il 1.?.-^ Ih? '? I'lillir)
. In Ihe a I .
M ind Mi 'hi las R mj en, ? ho
i ? ? . ? \ -.?I lots, ?returi i
t-. i; :? i uln? -i but g iloa to ttnd th? ir
??It v ? m i..?ii\ ?sound asleep In its
? ? i. ? The child ?il?! i ??t au.ik.-n uiifi
;if?% ? bad been carried aereas t?-?v\n In
an i ti mobile
'i I ? ?? dl? ? of Cart? r and h ? wife the
ti i i? ? overed, were found under the
crush? ?i !""i' of theii hon ? -. a hit? l
[ataaitsd r-n?y ?,f thrir child was foun?
?iftK'ii f'-.'t away.
Mr.?. Plora W"i.<i', of Ko MM ?South -<
I atreet. aras f?Miad unconodoua a?rent) fee
fr??n? hrr ii"tn<* Bha it?'l her i shy ctaspe?
in her iirinsi. They arere carried Into th?
| Third United Brethren Cburah, which
I with the Or?*enwood B? hoot, ?<i??a eonren
"i into a temporary hospital
in Voorh?Bea street, betw-een Id and Mh
' streets, a ery house sraa levelled to th?
ground. When 111 ? - ambulaiwei and auto?
I mobiles S'hlch were pressed Into aervl<*e
reached th? diatrlcl t'n- Injured had to ba
carried two bkMska on account of th? ????
I brli i? lieh i>i.?'k??.i the atre? I .
Glass Factory Demolished.
The Root Olasas i';? torj was dornolisht-d
and the Qartland Pound**) \?;i severel'
damaged Thi giaas plant employed ti?r??
hundr?ed men. and th? loi,; la estimated ;'t
uyiet*}
Tha atorm wa? a?*ccmpanl?d b) ?? b*
i.i" electi ral dlsplaj and rain that ??l
ni"'?i equalled <? floudburst ?Oroased
\? ?r??s and lightning started ?rm In the
debris, bul ihej w?er?, quenched by 11 ? - -
h a ? a -. v rain
it'i'i.ri- from Seeleyvtlle, eight mlleal
<-.-i ? ?if Terre limit??, say every house In
th? imall town llea '!.?? on t!>" prairie.
The ?t<?rm ?seemed to be worse at Oar?
deQtown. a small r?olony llv? milea south
of Terra Haut? There 1? demoll8h?*d
everything in Ita path, killing two n^r
aoos, i?nd left ?i path half a mile artde
through th" lillage. There, ,?s In Terra
lia?n<\ the majorll of th? victims wot-??
working persoaa of small mean . and
?h?'> have nothing lefl excepl th' lots on
>? leh 1 heir horn? ? ?""'I
I'.rih. ,, -mall ('??An in Clay r'?->tin*>,
with .1 total of four hundred InhaNtants,
practically was win?-?) .?it the ?nap Kv
hoUSi m lbs Ullas?? war? <l? ,-t o-r?| ,
badl) wn eki ?i. bul only ?m- \,f, ,..n Jr
i Injured
m
MARCH 24 MAKES RECORD
Maximum Temperature of 67
Is Warmest in Years.
w iti? a maximum temperature n? t
iifstr. x and a minimum of t;. -.
was ?the wsrmest March ii i?-?
the instruments ot tin tVeathti Rurta,,
in many years Th.- n?sarsat appreaea to
?t whs In i'"?'. arhen the memir . ..
IS d? greea The n\?-r.???? t? n i-?
the last tliilt;.-till'. \.;?i no ,\, . _~_.
waa If
According tn the Weather ?Bureau _g
itorm expected here has Wows o ? y,.
storm thai was over i..it. Superior i?,
moving northeast and i over t?heg| La?,
renee Valles ?Unsettl?*id weathei i r...
dieted tot to-day and to?morrow, atUb
i risk and shifting a Ii d
Th? telegraph companlen ??.<?>?<- ttthp
int by ti??? itorm In t?he Middle Wi_? m
to any ?other storm since r?'?-?-'? ?',.,
said at the local oflleea "f the Westera
Union an?) ?Postal Telegraph ????
yesterday Many miles of arlr> wan
bloam down. ':;ingf? of men *<-r? thrown
Into ti"? stricken district, lo vins ? utot*
:, < sreather proof cablet fl ?
ported that oi*s^ourth ot the ..-.-? -?
ihr Western ?Union ?between Kew vo?; yak
i v?r;ii;ii hid bttOU leStOTCd laSl Blgl '
Th? Po '.?l Telegraph waa In cot - ?
?cation with ?Omaha last night froi Neu
Tork, b> wa] ef Chicago and Kansai ?'**
ti.^ servlee between here and Chi? ig wet
nearij normal.
$. Al?matt $c Co.
HAVE OPENED ON THE SECOND FLOOR
A CUSTOM ORDER DEPARTHENT FOR
Women's Tailored Shirtwaists
and are displaying new models in the
season's approved sty.es ?.nd matena.s.
Orders will be accepted for Shirtwaists
to be made from individual measure?
ments, in sizes from 34 to 44, at prices
ranging as follows:
Shirtwaists of madras, made to order
at .... $5.2d, ??5C and upward
Shirtwaists of silk, mads to order
at . . $7.75, 9.?D and upward
\W. Altmatt $C (??. have ready ::
inspection the new assortments o?
Women's Coats and Wraps
comprising Paris importations z~i ex
elusive models from American designers.
The selection includes Wraps for Even?
ing, Afternoon and Visiting, made oc
ihe rich Brocades, Satins, noires, Beaded
Chiffons, etc., now in vogue: a?so Coals
for Walking, Traveling and ?Ttotoring,
featuring the smartest of the new fabrics?
W\W) Attfttiif, 3411. atth 35th &tmtef D\tm Cork.
^?fnsoWKSB
1 E?naRrbcrls plucky
I little heroine, Emma
I ?MTChesnetf again
i makes good in the
g American ?Magazine
1 for April $ good for
I Emma- ?ood for
I Edna-good for you

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