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re" I 05.00 Lawn Suits for $3.98 AND NO OLD STYLES EITIIEK. EVERY UAKME.NT SriO AND SPAN AND IN PEKFECT CONDITION They are made of a splendid quality closely woven Batiste Lawn-white grounds in a series of pretty black and white polk dots and pin stripes. The waist is made with pin tucks and pannel of embroidery insertion down front Skirt is trimmed in groups of pin tucks and is an entirely new generously full model NEW LINEN SUITS $8.95 Made of a rood quality pure Irish Linen in all white. Waist and skirt a strictly tailored effect, trimmed in larr,e boi plaits-a very pretty garment to use in the bifi style show on Easter morn. White Lingerie Parasols $2.50 Quality for $1.69 White wash Belts All Sizes for 2c. ai zct PRCE1VEP BV YESTERDAY'S EXPRESS A LAROE ASSORTMENT of WHITE LAWN SUITS and LAWN KIM0NA5 COME A SO SEE THEM. MRS. NELLIE BALLARD Representing LEVY BROS. Houston ..PtIOSt 323.. CINDERS STILL FALL. Ttn Thousand Rfugta Mav Taken fUfug at Naples. New York. April .-Tbe Evening Sun published the following, dated Naplf. April : IMter news was re reived Monday morning from th vlr lafen about Mount Vesuvius, the vio lence, of whoa eruption Sunday apread panic throughout the region. Since Sunday evening the dream of lava that waa moving toward Torredocal and Annunzata have been stationary and eruptions from the volrano less violent The rain of asbea ceased for a tlma Sunday night, but showers of tinders again fell upon Naples at In tervals Monday. t . - The filorno saya that 19.000 refugees irom the afflicted districts are In Na ples. The 10.0(0 Inhabl-'uts of Boa cotoreras have all flvd from their homes'. King Victor Emanuel and Queen Helen made a trip to villages at foot of volrano. They arrived hire from Home at 7 o'clock Monday morning and departed at once In motor car for the threutened districts. It is estimated the eruption haa caused Goo.imui -olo to leavw their homes. WILL RETALIATE. EYEKYBODYINHTED TO SO M0M0 Farmers an J burin e :::s the north. n.iJJ lt(f1'r utates, who have x-n t l J with u id the deV.cpa.-EA cf ti.e t-tate of Texas, are cordial'. J ir.v:ied to oitft at Ssn Ar.tcni?,Ti, Fri day, April 2U. and attend lit opening eiercif-e of the wcol i an nual meeting of the Northern Set tiers' Association. This occasion haa been widely advertised id all state from which Texas has cur ed its foreign citizenship, atd there will doubtle b an immerse at tendance secured. All of the Texas lines hare joined the Surtet rcut iu a joint invitation which ha been widely distributed thro-rho-t the older states, and the lacd a:.d im migration agent of that cravat t are making strenuous ef jn to w cure large crowd from tL:r re spective territories. In add t-oc to the effort put forth by the Scl set Route, the Texas lit.es are a'.l working for the tame purple. Yt u will, therefore, no doubt u-on your visit to San Antonio, ir.eet with nu merous of your former friecd and neighbor. Round trip tickets will be sold at a very low rate, and in addition to the convention meeting, you will have an opportunity ofwitoesing Han Antonio's annual Battle of Flowert, than which there i no more beautiful display. Write any general pa??enger agent in Texas for rates to San An tonio, or to T. J. ANDERSON, u. r. A., t. 11. . a. i;y., Houston, Texas. ROWIE DENOUNCED. BREVITIES BUNCHED. Ralnry Carter was found dead in bed at Shreveport. Work will soon tKln on the S."0,0o0 cotton mill at (Juthrle. Artesla. N. M.. will have water works costing 150,000. Ex-Governor Jefferson Gardner of the Cboctaws died at Idabel. ' After twice trying at El Taso. I W. Iloch. A trayellna; salesman, aucldcd at Kansas City. 1 - - - At Troy. I. T., Oscar Moore was probably fatally ahot by Thompson t?ely, an Indian. Edna l.Poklngglass. the Indian maid en murdered at Anadarko, Okla., was burled near Apache. Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Jlendershott of Fherman reN-hrated Sunday their Cfty-nintb wedding anniversary. While riding a Mcytle near Freder Kksburg. Tex.. Enne Cold, a boy, waa run down and killed by an auto mobile. Convention on Thursday. Wheellag. W. Va.. April 9. A mil was Issued by the Mine Workers' onion for a convention in this city next Thursday of delegates represent leg No. t vein mines In eastern Ohio and West Virginia to consider plans for eettlement of the strike. Twenty tbouaand miners are affected. Joe Wheeler Expiree. Parkeriburg. W. Va.. April 9 Jo Wheeler, a victim of the explosion of th towboat If. M. Hoxle at Portland. O.. Sunday, died Monday. Two other vlctlma In the hospital ar not ex pected to live. Tewed a Spendtnrlft, Li' and Traitor a H.a Trust d Pecple. Ziot Cur. H. A;.r:l 9. In Shlloh tstx-rtarie S-isdar former Leader tow)e wes Criicunted as a spendthrift. Lax and a tr,.".or to tis trust and his p"C7 Vy Ovt.-sevr Vollva. Tie latter cali-d upon tLe ;-opie I resect to mt who shall t-e their lender. They fcrre as one pt-rsoc and f tlf.t-d thur ::'.;Lfim to fuiiow Voiiva to tie er.d. Wi-n Orre-r Vo'.:Ta arrctcpanied t r Mrs V::a acd their little dauch-t-T. reMhed v?ie meeting p'.e It was t:d to tverfiCw:tg. On the platform re Mrs. Jotn Aleiacder lKiie, Jaife Eiriits and Overseers SpeUher. Extfi Cartel.a and Gruicr. At tie rem lusion of a stort prayer ty Mr. f jlffcer. the newly appointed tekd f ZKn. !ad '.n a rot-e of simple t:.e and t:ack. a decided departure trxta tte gaudy raimett uiuofd ty U.e f.rt kf-.C on :al'.ar cx-catiocs. attoviK ed in a t:ni and tudi-d vo.( e tt.at he a goirg to take ad vaLtag vt ti.e a-e!;Lg lo tU Ihrm a few truths Stout tie a.an ho ther tad o f.;U.fj::r followed tor esr. H told in tie f:nt words he uttered of the " irfldy of John A!eiand-r le." There w as no one In the audi ence who howed more approval ot his remarks han (jverrer Jane Vovif. the w.fe for thirty -ars of John A! exaedf-r Ioie. aod th mother of his thr- chll'iren. When Voilva. In angry tones, ex claimed: "I will see that all the cost ly fjrtlture and expensive library adorning lKle'a Zlon City residence, and which were purchased by that hypocrite, while many of bis people were in need of food, are sold and the money turned In the Zlon City store house." Mrs. Ikjwl half aroso from her seat and. with voke and bands, ap plauded the speaker. Volha requested all present to keep awsy from lowle when he returned. ' I don't want you to uo to listen to his harangue." said Vollva. "If be should try any of his spectacular an tics here we will put a stop to It." A large number of policemen were sworn In to upMirt Vollva In hU undertak ing, and all th regular policement took Ihe oath of allegiance to Vollva except one-. Vollva stated that Dowle would not be allowed to enter even the door of what was formerly his noiue. VIOLENT VESUVIUS. , v . ,5 Two CarthqauktShocks Did DamaQ to Homes at Naples. ?:pUs, Aorll 9 The hope that Mount Vesuvl was cecomlng calm was dlslpa,"l Sunday, when the volcano become more ative than ever. The panic wan spread t Naples. Two strong earthquake shock which shat tered windows and cracked walla of buildings were experienced. Te en tire popiilatlt.-n ruxhed to the streets in terror, rr.suy persona crylnj. 'Th Ma donna has forsaken us; the end of the world has come!" F. H. Strcblo Killed and E- H. Buck ntr Arrested. Sour Lake. Tex.. April t.T. 8 Stroble. a fireman at the Hlgglns pumping station, was shot at six times. !! was bit four tlmee and killed. Erie II. Ituckner waa arrested. The first shot penetrated Stroble'a body above the right nlppl. the eecond en tered hla aide as he turned In the di rection t a closet Inside the station the third shot broke hla neck and tbs other shot entered hla body. Colorado City, Tex . lias three skat Ir.K rinks. Frisco depot at Tulsa. I. T-. ''' cost 150.W. Philippine monks want payment for 4X cattle stolen. Attorney General Hadley of Mis aourl has pleurisy. Three persons sawed their way out cf Jail at Helena. Oa. Prownwood. Tex.. Methodlats wil erect a ITj.c-o chruch. Eugene Lallroche was drowned no? far frtm Handera, Tex. Orient road has laid track to Pen Jamln. Knox county. Texaa. Great Ilrl'aln and Servia will soot resume diplomatic relations. Sixty acrea have been donated a' Valiant. I. T for a box factory. W. W. Grave baa been appointed a supreme court Judge of Misaourf Street car strike at Winnipeg. Man ltota. was settled by compromise. Adrian Terry, a wealthy retired wo lnes man of Knoxville. Tenn., la dea A. C. Cr"s. a Coalgate. I. T., bar br. fictalo hof himself In the head After a !eep of ninety-seven dayi Mrs. W. A. Grlffen of Houlder. Colo. dld. Mrs. Root-evelt and three rhlldrer have returned to Washington frorr Cuba. Kansns City Southern's branch frotr Ike Chart. s, 1-a , to Hulphur Is com : leted. It Is rtld that 00 families from tb north will settle this year around AI ke. Tex. Eagle rice mill at Crcrwley. Iji.. hat been sold fcr 3UX" to J. Frankel ol Arcadia. Ky the capsizing it u beat neai Inraster, I'a., thr men have beer drowned. Expenses cf Chapmen meetings al Pallas were M.Ooo. Instead of $8,000 aa stated. By practically unanimous vote, th 12u.ooo S'tlltlonal bond lnue carrlec at Ardmore. KlngCrowther corporation, capita sto'k I3.('00.000. has been Incorporatec at Augusta. Me. After a speech at Atlanta pralslni aouthern wonien, Andrew Carnegti kled two of them. Texaa Lnd Commissioner Terrel baa awarded 70.144 acre of schoo land to actua settlers. v., In a difficulty at Dallas a negrc named Will Anderson waa terribly beaten by brass t Bucks A ouiig roan ntmed Parish fall 01 a skat In the rink at Maypearl. Tex. striking his side and dying. Fred Pabst. th Milwaukee brewer haa purchased for $300. 0W th (i.000 acre H. T. ranch In North Dakota. While attending a circus at Socabo Mis., Henry Mosoly rut fatally thi throat of UU1 Isbell, another negro. Five hundred acre ar to b plant ed In cucumber In Kaufman ctu'ntj to supply the Terrell pica! factory. Henry Fltsenburger. aged seventy Bin years, first coach maker for I Texaa railroad, la dead at Palestine. A body, supposed to b P. C. Cap let of Dallas, but unrecognisable, was found In Trinity river near Groeebeck la a Haltlmore and Ohio railway accident at Keyser. W. Va.. three met were roasted to death and anolhei hurt Py a windstorm In St. Clair count Illinois, three persona were killed. aa two loaded freight car blown from track. If Vollva and Council Ar Arrested Dowls Will Far Likewise. Chicago, April 9 A report was re ceived In Zlon City to the effect that John Alexander lHwle, on his arrival at Zlon City, will cause the Immedi ate arrest of General Overseer Vollva and members of hi council on the charge of conspiracy. The rumor ciiused gret excitement In Zlon City. Ivnron llarrUon, speaking for Over seer Vollva. salil: '"If iKiwIe carries out such a programme wo are prepared to meet him In the same way. He will at once lie served with wtirmnt UKn charges mort' serious than have so far been madit public." Preparation have been made to counteract any move that may be mad.' by IHjwI. In the direction of causing arrests. I'.omU have been prepared by officers of Zlon chun h. sn that It will nit ln i.etisnry for them to leavn Zl.n City. I. a-on Wiihlto left Zlon City Mon day with $"iO(i, whti Ji be was itxked by Iiowle to forward. 1I' d t iinel to say whether h would take It t St. Louis or pive it to Iiowle on hi an U al h re. DOWIE AT LONGVIEW. Toasted Bread and Scrambled Eggs Thrown Out Car Window. In;:-.: u. T .. April '.' -Altai hd to the lcan LI'.. led train and five ho'irs l.'te Ali x. it- I' r Pnwie's ear ar rived h tarly Monday morning Itowle ;-ased the partly m 'etiecl ln dow s- i ral timet, walking to and fro. and t(Hin his seat for I r. kfat and soon to.i-t. il bread and scrambled errs rained out of window on the little group, followed by ron'e liquid lKk Ing like water. The crowd scattered and a dog had a feat. A -ood-natured old negro, noticing the Incident, came out of the car and explained that Itowle dldn"t mean to throw the fod on those standing there. The negro refused to g:Ve any It. formation, but admitted Ix,wie to be very nervous and Irritable. TROUBLES A TONIC. "First Apostle" Says H s Health la Improving Constantly. Texarkana. April 9 Ir. Iiowle and party arrived here from San Antonio. To a representative of the AFnoclated Press the doctor salil that every mile nearer to IZon City his health improves and his spirits ii Hue. "This thing is a tonic to me," said he, "und will he the means of rompMily restoring my health. I fee) ei last that I am to be heard and that a vindication Is await ing me." STOOD THE STRAIN. Run Made on Bank, but All Check Promptly Cashed. Hillsboro, O. April 9. IVcause riffl rials of a bank at Lynchburg signed a petition for election to house upon question of ousting saloon a faction opposed to this cause made a run Sat urday on the bank, drawing out fl!. ChuI. This money wss redeposlted. It being found the Institution was able to honor all the checks. TO RESIST ATTEMPT. Commander Sutherland Cabtea of Con ditions In Santo Domingo. Washington, April 9. Commander Sutherland of the Yankee tables from Monte Chrlstl that there has been armed opisitlon organized at Samona to resist the attempt to Install the kov emment of Delegate Calvera. Th president will endeavor to effect a compromise. BERRY BACK. Regrets Expressed Over Hi Recent Defeat For Return to Senate. Washington. April 9 Mr. Kerry of Arkansas appeared In the senate Mon day after a three months' campulan. He was given a warm reception by his colleagues, who expressed their re grets over hla defei t. ROCKEFELLER RETURNS. Standard Oil Magnate Has Left HI Residence at Lakewood, N. J. New York. April 9. John D. Itncke feller haa returned to New York City from Lakewood. N. J. Conference Postponed. New York. April J At the request of coal operators the conference be tween former and miner waa post poned until Tuesday. At Twnty-Tw Per Cnt New York. April . Call money loaned at 22 per rent shortly after the opening Monday of th stock market. 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