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TI3K BICE: OMAHA. AVKPNKSPAV. KKH1U'A1?Y 2(5, IMS
2Tic Persian Lawn,
I He a yard.
20r a yard.
l!.r a yard.
5 Op Persian
iKiv u yard.
Coming Great Sale of New Colored
Dress Linens, 85c quality, 46 inches
wide Thursday 59c a yard
Theso linens iin flu ltosl English niako, and cmiic in a
magnifieouL lino of I'linieo new Spring similes, initios
vrido, and novor solil fur less tlian K.V n yard. Thoy aro
now displayed in our Sixteenth street window. Wo ak you
to look them over. Samples ma lie had before day of sale.
February White Goods Sale
India Linons Persian Lawns
2fie India Linon, Wednes
da, 19c a yard.
30e India Linon, Wednes
day, 20c a yard.
.T)p India Linon, Wednes
day, 25c a yard.
40c Tndia Linon, Wednes
day, 30c a yard.
3.je Dimity, Cheeks and
Stripes, Wednesday, 25c yd.
5)c Dimity, Cheeks and
Stripes, Wednesday, 35c yd.
India Linons--Extra Special
l.ie India Linon, Wednesday, 8c yard.
You Cannot Afford to Put Off That New Easter
Gown You Are Going to Have Made
Needless to say, business in our Ladies' Tailoring Dept.
is "Booming." To avoid disappointment, got your order
in now, and your fitting appointment arranged for.
Sale of Women's Hose
Wednesday, we place on special sale, 50 dozen Women's
gauzo silk lisle hose, seamless, wide garter tops and double
soles. These hose are slightly imperfect, but a splendid
bargain. Special price, 18c a pair, 2 pairs for 35c.
ELECTROCUTED BY VIBRATOR
Wife of Des Moines Business Man
Killed by Shock.
BODY DISCOVERED IN BATH TUB
2f.p Whlto Percale, Wodnes
day, 10c a yard. 1
UOc Whlto Percale, Wednes
day, U.lr a yard.
40c Whlto Percale, Wodnes
day, ilOc a yard.
22c Checked Mulls, Wednes
day, 17c a yard.
I III TiTJ rAWnrl flTRVF
t to Issue Its Bonds
(From a Slnff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. M.-(SiecIal TolrKram.)
- Permission lias been given tho Oiimlm,
Lincoln & Iltntrlco Internrhan Itnllway
ccmpnn' to Issue 5 per cent bonds to the
atn6unt of K.t'AOCKL and stock 'to the
amount of 0,000,
Tho application for authority, to Issue
tho Ntofck and bonds' won filed with tho
railroad commission some two months
oro und several hearings were1 had on It.
Tho Nebraska Power company Inter
vened and u hearing was rIvoii that com
pany, Tho order In tho case und the
opinion was written by Chairman Henry
Clarke. Tho money will1 bo used to build
tlio mad. Tho lssuo Is subject to several
conditions, an follows:
Klrst An accurate account of tho pro
crcds of stock and bond sales shall b
kept to bo audited by tho commission.
8c '-ond Tho construction company shall
1 keep an office In this state. In which
i shull be kept accurate expense accounts
Third The , commission shall supervlso
Utaunnco of Blocks und bonds as con
struction and Issuanco proceeds.
Fourth No stock or bonds shall be
sold to tho public In general until tho
work Khali havo been completed.
Fifth TJto company may pledge tho
stock arid bondH to secure money.
fjlxth Tlio proceeds from the sale of
bonds and' Mock shall bo used for con
struction only. ..
.Seventh Tho company shall report
every thrrrtitijpnths-thojdlsposltlon of the
pioceeds of sale 'of qlork and bonds In
detail. ' '
ijled by Accident
YOltK, Neb . Feb. SS.-tSpoolal Tele
gram.) TIiIh morning Claronco Mickey, a
nephew of the Into Oovernor Mickey, ac
cidentally shot and killed himself whlto
hunting rahultH near his home, four and
one-half miles houUi of (Jrcshmn, Neb.
Ho wait alouo.when tho ncldont hap
pened, so no opo knew how t occurred.
Ho was 15 years of age. A widow and
lln eo sons survive him. ,
REMAINS OF PONCE DE LEON
TRANSFERRED TO CATHEDRAL
Water, I'ormlnn i'nnilnrtnr for ISIee
trinity, Hrndn t'lirrrnt Through
Womnn Sufflr.lrnt In
OK8 MOINBS, la.. Feb. 2T.-Vhlln
bathing at her hnmn hern this aftornojn
Mrs. 13. II. Austin, wlfo of a prominent
business man, was electrocuted by a
"massage, vibrator" which she had been
using. Tho body wok discovered by tho
D-year-old daughter of tho couple when
she returned from school. It wan partiy
submerged In the bathtub and a de?i
burn across the breast and neck caused
Coroner I.ee to decide that death was ouo
to a shock from the vibrator.
It Is believed the water In whlrh Mr
Austin hail been bathing formed a ci
ductor and sent the electric current
through her body In sufficient force ta
Case is Argued by
HT LOUIS. Feb. 25. Attorney General
Wlckcrsham appeared before tho I'mttfl
States court for the eastern district if
Missouri today and asked that tho St
louls terminal charge, known as the
bridge arbitrary, be abolished.
This arbitrary, the government con
tends. Is a bridge toll levied by the Ter
minal Railway association on coal shlpned
from lllluola fields Into St. Louis and
constitutes a discrimination against M.
The request was a clattso of an lnto"
locutory decree submitted to Circuit
J 1 c.i Sanborn, Hook and Smith, sitting
as the district court, to make effective
the decree of the federal supremo court
destroying the alleged terminal monopoly.
The arguments boforo the court today
brought a sharp clash botween the attor
ney general and Henry S. Priest, oounse'
for the Terminal association.
Million and a Half
to Six Children
TERRE IIAUTE. Ind., Feb. 2S.-The
will of W. R. McKeen disposes of an
estate estimated at J1,MO,000. It Is divided
equally among six children, Frank, Craw
ford, Henjamln. William, Mrs. Mary Pugh
and Mrs. Edith Cutter. A trust fund of
fiOiOW' s created for another daughter,
Mrs. Anna Khuler, wlfo of Valentine
Hhuler of Indianapolis. Tho four sons
are named ns executors. A bequest of
fl.OuO r year Is made to Mrs. Sarnh J.
Isham, a sister, who Uvea In Chicago,
to be paid by tho children out of their
shares of tho estate. Tho will was made
eight years ago- this month. Thera had
been 'no expectation of nlbilc or cimrlt
able bequests, because Mr. McKctn had
given so largely in this respect during1
WITH CLOSE PITTING TOPS
WESTON 2)( in. ADRIAN 2tf in.
15 cts., 2 for 25 cU.
Cluctt, Peabody Co., Matter
BAN Jl'AN. Porto Rico, Feb. The
I rcmuins or Ponce pe Leon, the first
I governor of 'Porto Rico, were transferred
I today to a crypt In Vfio cathedral, the
gift at the Spanish .colony, to tho people
of Porto ltlco. Cardinal Farloy of Now
York and other dignitaries of tho churc.i
attended tho ceremony.
Abs :ruto Truth About
The Great Kidney Remedy
These r rices will impress
you forcibly with tho fact
that lleaton always itiije
lower prices than anyone
else anywhoie. Value giv
ing burgaliui on standard
drug and Hundriea have
helpwl tnuke this the busy
ll.frO Oourad'a Orl. QQ.
oiltal Cruum OOu
10c Hind's Honey & flQ.
Almond Cream ....fcOli
SOc lebecco Tooth QQ.
60c 8bah of Per- OOn
ala Moap tbU
?ipacker:" Tar.... 1 4c
2S0 1-4-Jb. 1'ewiv.lde r.
of Hydrogen Oil
tOo le Mara Liquid Otoeii
Shnipoo, best for Qr.
th aeslp OO li
2ic Opal I C
MrUaren'a Muaturd A En
Cerate. 3S fuul. . . . uU
Chbeolate. lb. ,. . . OoD
The equal of any 60a
choool&tea on the market
10c .I'uck.'B Mechanic "n
IPo Old Uuteli Hand 1-
Span , I
1 doi. 1-gralu I On
Aperiua Capsules., nt.li
2 doz. -grBl" I C
Quinine Capsule.. I JU
Tollow tli Bsaton Fatta."
Boatoa Drug Co.
3rjuuu and 16th fltrsets.
Agents for Huyler's Candles
Hetuntl years ago I suffered with had
twin In my back 1 wja very restleas,
often getting up several limes during the
night. " My limbs were swollen and I
dropped In weight to H7 pound. I con
sulted a well known Norfolk physician
and ho vtuted tlwtt I hnd a very bad rase
of Mdney trouble.
I saw your advertisement In the paper
and purchased a bottle of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root from a druggist, after he
roooiuiuended It to me. After I took
three, bottles, I felt greatly relieved. I
ha taken Kwump-Itoot sine at differ
ent time. 1 gained in weight to 304
IMiuudK, in Ml 1 am w and have been
ever lno I comtneneMl taking .Swsmp-
Very truly yours,
W. J. HAHllOW.
I. A. M. lUriw, a Notar" lubllc In
and for tb bounty uf J'rlneo Udward, In
the tMuta of Virginia, do eertlfy that W.
J. Harrow, w)ua nume Is feigned to the
fweglng writing, bearing data of Jan.
Kth, 1WJ. personally apierod before me
In my County aforoMtld and made nnth
that tho sahl writing Is true In aubstanre
uml In fiu-t uivmi under my hand this
Uth dv of Juniwr'. ISU-
A M HARROW. Notary Public
Wo itold Mr. VV. J Harrow most of the
Swamp-Root In question and have per
sonally heard him speak of Its nation In
inont complimentary terms.
WIUTB URl'G COMrANV,
Ily. It W. Banford.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL SUED
FOR DEATH OF GIRL
FORT lXDQa la.. Feb. 25.-(apeclaI.)
-Subsenuont to a terrible automobllo
raliroad nccldent at Duncombe, January
.1. in which three, people were fatally In
jured, suit was filed today by Simon E.
Thomas, administrator of tho estato of
one of the victims, Miss Flossie Merlcle.
against tho Illinois Central railroad for
dstnages In the amount of IJS.OOO, alleged
duo because of her manner of death. Tho
jPrtltlou claim buildings obstructed
view of tho track and af trains at tho
Important crossing where the accident
Miss Merlcle, at tho time of tho fatal
accident, was riding In an automobile
with Leon Towers and Jamea Butler,
Jj'ort Dodge young men. An Illinois Cen
tral passenger train struck their car as
tlicy crossed the tracks. Miss Merlcle
was hurled fifty feet and killed Instantly,
rowers died on the way to tho hospital,
and Ilutler lingered several days. Tho
case will bo hard fought as the railroad's
original report of the accident contained
tho statrment Unit tho automobile was
completely enclosed in aide curtains to
that the occupants could not sea plainly.
I'ort I)OflKf aiuauna will Ilullil.
TORT DODttE. Io., Feb. 26.-(Speclal.)
Fort Dodgo Masons have decided to
build n modern and comfortable "temple"
on property In tho business district pur
chased seveeral years ago and have ap
pointed n committee to solicit stock sub
scriptions permltlng the erection of a
B,000 building, Much of tho stock was
subscribed at the meeting of organiza
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les for Sale L , t
For the smallest coins you carry, please and
JB IpkQQlJ-'hjSn O fXni- benefit 'our children, your wife and yourself.
H ICSa ItllCUl d tCllL CdLCIl Tsnt it worth a few cents to give this delicious
jH t mint .leaf- enjoyment to the family to give con-
jmf U yOll Dliy tinuous benefit as well? Teeth, appetites and
H digestions improve steadily with it.
jHB MJjTTfcBJF 9 Almost any shop sells it any purse
WW MiTOS LLljk BlfordaiU Get it-enjoy it tonight I
B. CEnio. Adv, Chiczgo
DALLAS, Tex,, Fob, 25, On orders rrj.n
the Department of Justice at Washing
ton Indictments brought here for alleged
violation of tho 'Shcrmun anti-trust law
by officials of the Stondnrd Oil company
of New York, tho Standard Oil company
of Now Jersey and the Magnolia Petro
leum compnny of Texas were nollo
The Indlctinonts were dropped botu
against the companies and their officials
GREAT CROWD AT AUTO SHOW
(Continued from Plage One.)
would eliminate tho 'thundering and ham
mering nolso-of the engine that makes a
car sound like a concrete mixer.
Tho Cadillac has a machine on exhibit
without a body; thus exposing all the
parts of tho mechanism to' view. This
Is one of the exhibits of parts thnt Is
attracting attention. Tiny electric lights
lllumlnato tho various gearings and
mechanism bo that the spectator may see
Just bow tho ball bearings work, how
the gearings opcrato and any other feat
ure of a machine In which they may bo
Interested. The Cadlllao is especially
featuring tho new spring action in the
clutch, ns well as tho automatic spark
control, and many other new features of
Fnrmpr Sees (.rent Show.
Tho Rambler pcoplo are making n
demonstration with tho framework of
their cross country car In which they
are calling attention to their adjustable
steering wheel, which can be raised' or
lowered by a simple push, so that tho
slenderest girl, or the most corpulent
strong mun can slldo under It with perfect
ease, and over have tho wheel beforo him
In tho most comfortable position. Thcv
are also featuring their sclf-stnrter which
they herald as a practically noiseless de
vice. Fred lluereman of Arlington, prominent
stockman and farmer, spent most of the
afternoon nt tho show. "It Is a great
show," said Mr. lluereman, "and Is worth
a man's while to como miles to see If ho
Is Interested in automobiles."
Mr. lluereman lias had two automobiles
In his time and says he could never get
along without a car now.
Gcorgo Kllsingcr of Alda. Neb., who has
recently entered the automobile businos
thero, spent tho afternoon at tho auto
show. Mr. Gilsluger says he wants to get
tho latest pointers on the 1913 models,
and says prospects for the automobile
business during the coming year aro good
in his section of the state.
Tonight Is society night at the auto
show. That does not mean that anyone
Is excluded, nor docs it moan that any
branch ot oxcluslvo society will rule the
roost. There Is room for all, and all will
THREE MILWAUKEE OFFICIALS
DIE IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS
CHICAGO. Feb. 25 Within the last
forty-eight hours dentil has claimed tnr.c
of the best known officials of the Chi
cago. Milwaukee & Bt. Paul railway. T'i
decedents, whose combined length of
service was ICi years, are: 1 N. "
Wlnnc, controller of the road; Patrick
Tyrrell, ticket auditor, and Uriah J. Fry,
superintendent of telegraph.
TO. SUSPEND RATE RAISE
i From a Staff Correspondent.)
AVAWHINOTON. Feb. 36.(Bpec!al Tele-
gram.) The Interstate Comment com-
mission today rendered a decision that
proposed advances In the ratea on coal
from Iowa mines to stations In South Da
kota, North Dakota and Montana were
unreasonable und ordered tho Milwaukee
road to withdraw them, The propoatd
udvancrs were suspended by the com
mission last June on complaint of the
railway commissioners of South Dakota
und Iowa at th time the suspension or
der waa 4sued. The Milwaukee official
Informed tho commission that the changes
were made Incidental to changes that
worn made to St. Paul, and that they
were proposed In order to preserve tha
relationship of rates and not to secure
Tlie commission decided that the pro
posed advances wero not shown to t
reaaonablo and they mutt be withdrawn.
PIIiTSS OUllKD I O Til 14 HATS.
Tour druggist will refund money It
PAZO OINTMENT falls io cure any case
of Itching, Dllnd, ntetdlng or Protruainc
Piles In ( to U days. Wc Advertisement
Sr. XUmit k Co
Blnghamtoo. K. V.
Piotc Whit Swamp-Root Will Dj (or Yos
bend to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Utngham
ton, N. V., for a sample bottle. 1 will
convince anyone. You wtll alio receive
a bookUl of valuable Information, Ulling
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing be me and mention the
Omaha Dally. Hte. llagular fifty-cent
and one dollar tlie bottles for sale at all
Runs Away With the Spoon
The National Capital
Tuesday, February 25, 1013.
Passed pension bill carrying flSO.OnO.000.
CotuUlered Indian appropriation bill.
Passed Crawford bill restraining In
Jumtious to suspend state laws.
l The House.'
Resumed debate on naval appropriation
Labor roinmltUa reported bill to fix
an eight-hour day for women workers
In District of Columbia
Monev trust Investigating MmmlUc
hell final meetlnjc
Dishes like good things to cut, .iust as children are fond of fairies mid Maude
Adams has proved thousands of times that thero are fairies.
Show tho children this advertisement and ask them if they beliovo the dishes
smilo when good things aro sorvod them. Then get a package of Post.Tnvcra Special,
Tho Breakfast. Porridge. Servo it piping hot, and watch their faces dance.
Post Tavern Special
is a winsome blond of tho host parts of Wheat, Corn and Kice. A most nutritious dish
and flavory for the food experts of the PostumCo. mado it to please particular pal
ates, (jet a package today for
Sold bv Urocors, Packages 10 and 15c, except in extreme West.
roMiini repeal Co., Ltd., Ituttlo Creek, Ml-li.
OMAHA'S TVl CENTER".'
Vj( Daily Mat., lS-25-GOo
1kp Evira.. lG-3S.50.7Se
Purposely Booked Tor Auto Show Week
DXTBAVAOAWZA AND VAUDEVILLE
Uccfutrk Uibf La Tour. l.-ee Kelly ml
Chorm of Joy l!IJcr- "ui
Ladles Dime Matinee Today
V 'Worth HmWlK- tlie Hill"
Sn .."If?1" st"t at 18th Hytono
Vaudeville Includes 7 liendrix.nnii 1.1..
tel. SHln' IUU Hint (at,
Del Coita Trio. Vernon a
Co . Illppoxopa rtctures
to 5; at 7 and 9 p. m. sally.
Wed. and Tbnrs., reb, 2Gth and 27th.
"Wizard of the Mile"
. , given by
Ak-Sar-Ben Operatic Society for the
m Kniybts of Ak-Sar-Ben.
Admission, 31.00 and 31.50.
Reserved seats now on sale at box office.
Prof. Frederick Ames Stuff
of University of Nebinhkn.
Unity Church, 17th and Cass Sis.
Hvcry Other Friilny at 8 l. M.
Coiu-fco Tickets, $1.00.
Single Admission, cents.
February 2Sth Drowning.
March Uth Shakespeare.
.Harch 28th How to Kind and I'se
mo unwruteu Literature of Life.
Matinee Today, 2i30 Niirht, 8:30
MONTE CARLO GIRLS
Ladies' Daily Dime Matinee
Tonlg-ht, Mat. Wednesday U Saturday
Hi V A LANG
UNIQUE In SPARKLE & IlUMOIt
The Chorus Lady
Nsit Wilt THE THIRD DEOREE
Mat. Every Day 3US; Every Nlgrbt 8il5
Thli WekJlIJl3 STEUUlt AV'll 1116 mil
PA NY. Laf1.0 ' I I Hi & i. rrn J Hi '
llarl & l- taitar It!T II. lUr i'Nell. Mi.
I Inetie ant Hud la' . j Wfkiji I'r. .
'oM'iiKiM koao fifv. m;xt WKt.h
TtiVfta mm rn sale I'j . e Sl.u Jall"
tat tea C rt-ept iJaturdai anJ fcanu
, CONTINUOUS CtS. I
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FAMILY THEATRE photoplay
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