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TITC DEK: OMATTA. SATCTPAV. APim. 1. IDIfi.
OBJECT TO BRYAN IN
Grand Island Society is in Arm
Ajainst Action Taken by
WILL VOTE ON POINT SUNDAY
GRAND TFl.ANP. Msrrli SI -
Special. I Will . protest Kgalimt the sr
lon of lhe officer of lha Lir-derkrant
side In rrvtn It surlltorlum. the
"1frt In th city, for the use of W. J.
fcryiri on nnt XVednr-ly. prevail, at a
peein of the tnnrirwrshlp to be held
' Sunday aftfrnoon? Tlila question l n
"1n dtci!Frit mon the members slnre
' protfut h heen made hy on of the
society's mombr, Mr. Ueyde, who 1
slsn nildent and manager of the lornl
"rewlr.; Kimpinr, and who la Joined hy
"some other In the remonstrance. !t l
not believed that It will.
The society la an organisation all of
ihce active members are rltlaena of
Oerman hlrth or deacent. but whlrh alao
he large ao-lal memherahlp of equally
rerponalbl buaineaa and profeaalonal
men. It ai dltorlnm aeata 1.1M people
and waa built aome yeara ago with th
idea of providing a pli' for all public
gatherings Liquid refreahmrnta are
served to tie memlera only, Juat aa l
the rae th aurh orgsnlretlon aa the
Kl'rfa. Kaalea, Mooae. etc, and Ita rlul)
rooma are open only on evening and Sun
day. When Hon. W. H. Thompson,
stste chairman, inquired of the aeertar
for the teeervatlon. stating la purpoar,
the aecretary followed the tiaual line of
making no reatrlctlona for anything repu
table. The hall haa frequently been uaed
for religious gathering, being In no man
par connected with the rlub rooma, Oiougli
In the aame building. When Mr. Ilrde
heard of It and proieated to the secretary,
ft la atated that he declared he would ap
peal to til a memherahlp at Ita meeting
Sunday afternoon to bar the uaa of the
hall for aurh purpoaea, the latter belli
held Inimical to aome of the society's
ctiatoma. The officers. It la aald.' hold
that a broader and more liberal view !
alwaya been maintained and that thy
will not, without direction of the so
ciety's meinherahlp. alter their decision
Many other member seem to auppnrt the
officer, and. even though upon a former
occasion and a lea public queatlon the
brewery' Intereala were able to muatcr
enough vote In tha aoclety to cany a
point. It la not believed that their prea
ent point of view will find much sympathy.
larse mstorlty and haa not since been an
Inane, t'allanay haa been In the dy col
umn for the Isat two yeara and the pnd
hall were voted out a year sgo.
Richards Slate All
Fixed Up at Huron
MfnON. S. IV, March SI -The confer
ence here of republirana. railed by TV O.
Ttlehar'ta of Huron. indorsed the fotlow-
j Ihg a candidate for nomination In the
Onvertior-It. o P.lrhard, ll'imn
Lieutenant flovrrnor F. fl. Ifvrrclt.
Re.lfield . .
nrrctnrv of (Mate Frank T .1 .Tck
Attortiej Oeneral-If. P. Uronilry. R-d-
Auditor-.!, f. llandliti. Pturcta
Treaurer-1 vl Wlpt. f'arkaton.
'ommlcetoner of School and Public
lsnda Amaaa Hoffman, leola.
Siinertntrndent Public Instruction Ml
Fuslc Ilird. Hclle Fourche.
Time, tide and He Want Ada malt for
I no man. an opportunity mlaaed I an
OF INDIANS' AID
Ak-Snr-Ben Governor in Conference
with Cato Sells and T. L.
PROMISED HELP BY BOTH MEN
(From a Staff Corrr.apondent.)
WASHINGTON'. March 31. (Spe
cial Telegram. Gould Diets, who
returned to Washington today from
New York with Mrs. Dietz. had an
extended conference with Tato Bella,
commissioner of Indian affair, with
a view of securing the co-operation
of the Indian office with the forth
coming; celebration of the fiftieth an
niversary of admission of Nebraska
Into the union which Ak-Sar-Bcn will
celebrate In Otober.
Mr. Pella showed a very lively interest
In the event and promised every poaalble
aid In depleting Indian life and charactei
aa part of the historic feature of the
But what Mr. Ilet conaldera more
than fortunate waa the meeting he had
today with Thomaa I Bloan. an Omaha
Indian temporarily realdent tn Washing
ton who, a vice president of the Society
of American Indians, promised every
possible co-operation to make the event
one of the most memorable In American
Mr. Sloan, as a native Nebraskan,
agreed to lend hla aid to the governor
of Ak-Par-Pen In bringing to Omaha dur
ing the week of October 2 a repreaenta
tlva number of American Indiana who
will diaplay their old and new way of
living In order that tha preaent genera
tion may have a vlaual drmonatratlon of
the changes that have been wrought in
the Indian's life and character.
Mr. I'leti la greatly encouraged oyer
this feature of the coining celebration
and bellevea that will add Immeasurably
to the historical effect of the pageant.
for Tots and Junior Girls
COATS FOR TOTS 2 to 6 Yean
The best productions of leading juvenile
fashion artists, with every tonch and fancy
the bright sprinpr season supfrests. The vej-y
full skirts that flow from -the shirred semi
empire waist lines are particularly good this
year. Materials such as black and white
check, serge, wool poplin, gabardine and
$350 $450 $575 $850
fm Sotea of l.yone.
LYONS. Neb., March :il -Hpc lal. )
Mra. Frank Newlll waa burled In the
Lyon cemetery' today, the Rev. James
J. Clark preaching the funeral aermon
4 at the rreahyterlan church to a large
I audience. Mr. Newlll waa daughter
of Mr. and Mra. Brick Andcraon of this
I place and wa 21 ear of age. leaving
la husband, bavins turn married onlv
few months ago.
The board of education of thla plate
haa. appointed Trof. N. V. Franklin aa
principal of the Lyons schools. He la a
brother of Superintendent of hoola t-.
U lanklln and la f.t present aatlatatl
Pi Inclpiil-of the Falrbury, Neb,, achoilr
The board also appointed Miaa Wlnlfrel
Water aa assistant principal.
Thome always has been and,
our stock of cunning clothes be
ing larger than ever before, we
naturally foresee record business.
COATS FOR JUNIOR GIRLS
Attractive spring styles, from 7 to 14
years, in soft wool goods, blaCK. and white
checks, serges, gabardines and moire watered
silks plain colors and mixtures. New and
different styles, some having winsome little
capes and clover belted, backs. Waist lines
are lower, and a very full skirf is a desirable
$050 $y50 $r-75 $060 SlYtf
O 1- J O JLVJ
Wears Part of Left
Leg iu His Nose
rilUTKNNE. Wyn, March HI. (Spe
cial.) Dr. C. S. Stafford of Kemmrrer,
Wyo., arrived here yeaterday from Chi
cago, wearing a portion of hla left leg
In his nose. While In Chicago lie ub
mltted to an operation whereby a piece
of bone from his Irg was grafted to the
1 framework of his nose to replace !
j atroyed tissue. The operation was an
old Tahleta Fatal C.lrl.
GrUNKELU March 51-(Special. 1 Ut.
tie Blythe Marie, the -year-old daught'r
of Mr. and Mr. 1L ft. Mintle. six niila
northeast of this rlly. di-d from catlns
some tablota for the cure of colds. An
other litile tlilld In the sajne family wa
mado verv 111 but la now out of danger.
Keel Stnffyf Irritable f Ilao tlaf led f
Tour llvor Is the cauae. Clean out
your system with Pr. King's New Ufe
Tills. Ton will feci fine n-c. All drug
MILLINERY TO MATCH OUR COATS
"We have six to a dozen charming hats to match or tone with
every coat in useful or dressy shapes, dainty or plain trims, styled
for tots or junior girls
$195 $250 $395 $500
Wet Slate at Callaway. -
CALLAWAY. Nab.. Man n 31 iSpcclal )
A maaa meeting was held a few nlghta I
go and Oeorge II. LaKleur and K.verett '
K. Lewi, both dry men. were nominated
for couniilmeii. Kvidently the nomlini
tiong went not aatlafactory and a Peti
tion waa circulated placing the name of
I). P. Young and Kred Maryott on tho
ticket tha wet candidates. The quea
tlon of saloon or no saloon and pool
hall or no pool hall will be voted upon
Rcparately. Sunday bae ball was voted
upon threee year ago and carried by a
In styles that are pleasingly
different, including the allover
awning striped effects and
those with hand-worked polka
dot collars. Smocking is
prettily introduced in many
DRESSES for TOTS
2 to 6 years, in French ging
ham, Devonshire cloth and
chambray. Semi-empire or
one-piece effects. Contrasting
straps and belts. Neat and
$100 $150 $165 $175 $250 $395 $225 $475 $575
7 to 14 years, In French
chambray, gingham, linen and
madras. Useful styles. New
middy blouse and two-pieee
coat effects. Contrasting plaids
and belt strap effects
Models that embody every change, every, feature and every line that
make this season's styles so different in Checks, Gabardines, Serges,
Poplins, Taffetas, etc., are ready for your inspection
At Beddeo's Fashion Headquarters
We could tell you about the Cape Collars, the Bell Sleeves, the full
effect throughout, and all the other pronounced departures, but to get
the thrill of these smartest conceptions you must see them for yourself.
You'll Like Beddeo's Prices, Too, Only
$15.75, $18.50, $24.50, $29.75 and $35
And, after you've found the suit just made for you, arrange for our "
easy, satisfactory credit terms
Thousands of well dressed women owe their appearance to Beddeo's plan. They don't
miss the money this way, and it enables them to wear the styles while they are stylish.
You Caa Satisfy Your Wish Here (or a
Top Onata. Kiort CoU,
flare or tolled models.
53.50. 518.50. $14.50, S1I.50 and 522.50
Big Llue of Mttl rarU' Ooata.
1 m in e no anaortmrat of
dre that delineate Fah
ion' latent dictate.
APPAREL FOR MEN AXD BOYS
The entire aecond floor la filled with newent
make of Men's and Young Meti'a suits of the
heat materials aud workmanship. Our purrhaaea
tn thefte lines have .Iteett enormous this sewon,
enabling us to gfve you the advantage of thre
$15. $10, $20 and $22.50
id") zi5 rS
1417 DOUGLAS STREET
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pOur inexpensive location, low expense and big buying
y power make it possible for you to obtain values like these at all p
e a e 3
times at this store, and, of course, your own terms will do. Note these l
BG SAUKD)AY SPECBALSi
rXA"T,Y I.IKK THK TI,I-fS-TRATIOX
and ronntructiMl of
nolld oak, with quarter nawe 1
arm, top rrona plrre and front
jnH. Tlieae nr-s splendidly
rontruriel davenports, viphol
utered In fabrlcold leather, of
epeclnl wenr reeltln(t final
ity, Ruaranteed to neither
crark or peal. They are eaatly
ionverted Into a full size com
fortable bed, with heavy and
durable spring. Sell regularly
Terms t 93.88 Cash, ta Mosvhij.
S 85 CASK,
1 mMitiimm I : In
zaarT sat or thb
s .n i irw xi ii sii ii slim i ri ii - as i n n
0 1516.18-20 FarnAm Street
tyi mum mm mm I
PEAMLKSS WILTON VELVET RUOS-
These are splendid hiR-h-arade, Wilton
Velvet Rugs, full seanilrsn, and
are 9x12 ft. In size. They sre of
extra heavy quality and most of them
are In email figures. In beautiful de
sign. We positively guarani.ee this rug
to give you excellent service, sal Ujev
are of a high uuallty. Tlwy Cllai
are worth $3100, but to- dtfa3lJ
morrow the price Is only...
ACME SEWING MACHINES These are
splendid, fully guaranteed sewing ma
chines with urop-head attach
ments, so that when not In ue
the working head Is out of sight. All
parts are heavily black enameled with
nickel trimmings. Coine complete with
a full set of patented nickel plated sew
ing machine attachments, enabling you
to no your areas making and
sewing with the greatest
rapidity. Special sale price.
Terms: 60o Weekly.
GOODS SOLD OUT OT TOWS
OBT IA8T PA-nCEIfTB.
TBEIOKT PAID 800 SCH.ES.
sTo freight allowed oa specials.
Buy Your Easter Clothes Now
One Dollar a Week Will Do
Select them from our greatly enlarged
Clothing Dept. for Men and Women.
night till nine.
No charge for
Just use your
Ladies' Spring Suits, in poplin," sero, taf
feta and combination $J75 2
Ladies' Spring Dresses, in all materials
and stylos $"750 . $0050
from I 10 )
Indies' Spring White Chinchilla nr
Coats and fancy mixtures, at. . . .pOaID
We are showing a large and beautiful lino
of plain and fancy' $J50 l $t A50
skirts, from.......... 10 1T"
Piaster Hats in the new- $ 95 i $1 (00
est styles, from I"lO !)
See our Spring line of Men's Suits, in all
the new weaves, $j n00 r
from, 1U10 aCi7"
Boys' Easter Suits. The nobby and wear
ing kind $O00. $"750
from j.t. lO I
Men's ITats and Shoes at Bottom Irices.
ii i '
Tula haadsoma Oolambta
Oraf.aola a ad la latest
as osteal elaeUoaa, all
BAIT TEBM. .
SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY OF
BIG MONEY SAVERS
Garden IT o e s
Bteel blade a
worth SOc. -JAg
sale price. . wB
kind, worth 7 5c
price . .
er b Ig and
sale pr . .
Boards big size,
worth $1.50, sale
at. .. .
the five-foot size,
worth 75c, Eft-
F5 M U-
R E 1 U Ulp "Mt Upholstered Dla. !
to 11 7 IS Boom Chairs I .ike i,-
Q n a I hiBlrallun. huill of snlxl v.-
B M E B oak. Ufituilsterri in fart-
Hi H It lr-Hthtr mlth f 4 ( :::
H 1 fx'l "P seat dl.D3 f-
f ' worth 50. sale prT " ,w' t i
i w. m . -wj saie price.
f "People's Store." '
Opposite Hotel Rome, t;