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TTFliJ TT A DAFTjV T.EE : SUXDAV , ATTUTj 23 , 1801) ) .
ON A TOUR OF THE WORLD Prince Toknma Konoyo of Japan Passes Through Omaha on His Way East. PRESIDENT JAPANESE CHAMBER OF PEERS llln Trip In In liiti-r - . < iif HIP \ri * nt 1'oftoc In Sliiil > liiK tloiuil N > nlrinn In Dif ferent CointtrlpN. Prince Tokuma Konoyo , president of the Japanese Chamber of Peers , passed throiiRli Omaha rostordRy on his way cast. Ho Is making a tour of the world Inspecting the conditions In the different countries. The prlnn' appears to bo n man ot nbuut 10 years of BRP. talks HnRllsh with a fair degree of Bticress n < 1 IK moro IntiTvlower than Inter- Menai ) . Ho Is accompanied by three at- trndnnti. Ho Is said to bo onp of the most distinguishes ! of the Japanese nobility. The prince ways his trip Is In the Interest of the arta of peace. His government hast cslabllshfrt Itself as progressive and seeks to maintain Its position. "Hvcry year , " ho Buld. "the government deputizes one or moio to make trips to other countries to learn of the ways and customs In vogue there which may bo of advantage ! to adopt In Japan. HornetImos these representatives go on n spe cial mission to sturtj a particular question nnd ngaln they are not Instructed , but ob- torvo anything which may be of value to our people. I expect to spend some time In this country , visiting as many of the leadIng - Ing Cities as possible , nflfr which I shall gn to Huropp. My special purpose Is to Htudy educational systems of the moro ad vanced nations , with a view of adopting the more Improved Ideas In Japan. " Reference to the rapid advance Japan had made seemed to please the prince and ho hinted that the advance had not been stopped. Ho was not eager to talk of poll- ll.'s or war , although by his manner showed himself to bo a student of both questions. Have Root print 11. \otlii > ! The members of Capitol ledge No. 3 , A P and A. M. , are hereby requested to assemble at Freemason's hall at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. April 2,1 , 1809 , for the purpose of attending the funeral of Hro. Arthur Hothpry of Northern ledge , Newark , N J Interment nt Forest Lawn cemetery. Ily order , JOSHI'H I1. DKKOAN. JOHN KAMFOIin , Master. Socretary. \\V Have Moved Prom our old quarters , 131C Pnrnam , to 1413 iAS STHHET. OMAHA SPOUTING OOODS CO. Sherradon , deutlst. moved to 412 McCaguo bldg. P. H. Phllbln. ticket broker , removed 1505 Farnam. FOR PARKS AND BOULEVARDS Ttto Onrloniln < > f Trcrn Arrive nnd Will He 'I'l-iiipornrlly IMiiutril In iiin I 1'nrlc. The noard of Park Commissioners will , In nil probability , have no trees to offer for Bale to the citizens of Omaha. U had been expected that the board would have moro trees than It wanted In the big batch that was purchased from ox-Oovornor Pumas thico years ago , but an Investigation linji developed that the board will bo able to use nil trees that are lit for transplanting. According to the provisions of the pur chase , the board must remove all trees from ox-Oovornor Furnas' farm this spring. The removal has commenced. Two carloads of trees arrived yesterday and will bo "heeled out" In Klmwood park until they can 'bo ' put to UHO In the various parks and along the boulevards of the city. Lawn mowers sharpened. Ind. Iron Wks. Iron , braes castings. Ind. Iron Wks. , Tel 1110 Dr. Gilbert , removed to 201 Urown Block. Sam'l Hums , 1318 Farnatn , says the weather prevented so many from attending his March discount sale that ho will deduct ] 0 per cent from all cash purchases untlj May 1. Blank book nnd magazine Dlndlng. A. I. Hoot , 1609 Howard direct. Huborman , lowoler ; cut. 18GC ; nbsolufely re- llablo , lowest prlceH guaranteed. 13 & Doug. ICxNuy C'niiliictllloit. Pupils of the fourth , fifth , sixth , seventh and eighth grades In the public schools , who will compete for the medals offered by the Society For the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals by presenting an essay upon some Biibjcct pertinent to the objects of the so ciety , must have tholr papers In by Juno 1. Those pupils In the eighth grade who will compote for the medal offered by the Daugh- tcis of the American Revolution must have their essays In by Juno 10. This was determined upon nt a meeting of the principals of the schools Friday after- noon. lioHlileH considering those matters , the meeting listened to an nddrpss from Mlsn FOOH upon the schools of Washington and another from Mlsa ItPdlleld on the schools of Kansas City. Dlllonbcck , carpenter , repairer. Tel , 1941. Mackintoshes and waterproofs , the best goodu nnd thn lownst prlceH. Omaha Tent and Rubber Co , . 1311 Furnnm Rt. The Dewey Kurupean dote ) , 13lh and Far- n"in. Flrxt-claHS rooms. Kom.oniiljlo rates. A D , T. Co. ; messengers furnished ; bag gage dollvured , 1302 Douglas st. Tel. 177. Write the Omaha Tent nnd Rubber Co. for tontu and uwnlngu , 1311 Fnnmm utrcot. Mercer hotel. Ilith and Howard Rtrccts , Oinuliu , fl ! per day. F. J. Coutes , 1'rop , ll'ICICK9T ' AXn NIIOItTKST HOIITR 'J'n Nt. l.onlM rill Omiilin , t SI. IOIIN | uiul AViiliimli Ilontc , Lo.ive Omaha 1:00 : p , m. , Council Illuffs H Hi. p , m. , arrive St. Louis 7 a. m. Re turning HMVU St. Loula 7:30 : p. m. , nrrlvo Omaha 8 35 a. m. , dally. Dent line to aouth nnd PiiHt. No bus tnuisferH In St. Louin , Hiiiip8eelorn' ) half rnto ( plus $2.00) ) . Kxctir- ulons on bala first ami tlilrd Tuesday each mouth. All Information nt "Port Arthur Routo" olllce. 1416 Farnatn street ( Paxton hotel block ) , or wrlto Harry 13 , Moores , 0 I' , nnd T. A-i Omaha. Neb. HvorythliiK now. And this means the boat printing nt the lowot-t rates. See the uuw plant of the RCCH Printing Co. fionil Crop OiilliiuU In Culm , HAVANA , April 22. The sugar crop for 1SU9 U olllclally estimated at 307,903 Kngllsh toiiB. againBt a total for ISflS of 32,033 tons. Tbo tobacco crop Is Hiihl to bo of good quality and moro abundant than for two yi-ara past. A largo tttock of Remedols filler \\i\a uold In the Held for $23 per quintal. The now national party Just formed makes a demand for the holding of general elec tions , The party Is growing stronger nnd la forming branches In every village In the Island. \ in > onr in Count ) riri'irH , Arbor day was fully observed In the county olllces and with n few exceptions the oftlclalg and their employes took a day off. County CommUMwH'r Harte and Henry McDonald went across the rli'cr to da a little pre liminary practice In anticipation of tlio coming team llvo bird race between the elty and county otllclala and a number of the otheis took a. wheel ruu out iu the country. I I'lntioN \ MV tn Oinntin. I Omnha Is now hemliiunrterii In the north west for I ) . H. Ilnldnlti A. Co. , one of thn lending piano manufactories of America Messrs. Dickinson and Huston , two of the most experienced piano dealers of the west , are the factory representatives. In tholr salesrooms at 1710 Farnam St. . jou will find a full line of magnificent Baldwin pianos , pronounced by oxpprts nnd muMcnl critics ns nb&olulply superior to all other make * . Aside from the Ilaldvvln they have a complete line of Ellington. Hamilton nnd 1 Valley tiem pianos , Hamilton nnd Monarch organs , nil first-class nnd fully guaranteed by factories. Thpy Invltu Inspprtlon. Vis itors always welcome. DICKINSON & HUSTON , 1710 Fnrnnm St. , DPP Building. ROBBED A COUNTRY STORE ThlcM'K llniil AMiiy $ IIH ( > Worth of C dint N III neil hu ii nil M TraiM * Tin-in to OniiiliM. Thieves broke Into the store ol Rafranek Ilrothers at Prague and robbed It of goc'la valued nt ? 1IOO. Tney took tliotr tlmo In making selections which they uvldcntly be- | lloved they could dlsjnsc ot easily nnd the i following articles are rcportai to have been hauled away In n wagon : Two hundred pairs of shoes ; 100 Mills of men's clothing and twenty-five pieces of suiting. The thieves were traced from Prague to Omaha with the assistance of bloodhnuudi secured In Lincoln. They evidently arrived In Omaha yesterday about 3 n. in. , as they wore seen In the north purl of the city i about that hour. | ' Omaha ofllrers were nut o'l the case , but not until after the burgHrs had evidently i housed themselves. The report of tl.o burglary was not made until too lito i'or the officers to bo on the watch when the thieves arrived. They say that had the pursuing posse notified them that the men were comIng - i Ing this way It would have been tin easy , matter to have captured them as they en- j tercd the city. The work is bcllov.'d to have | been done by Omaha criminals who were | shrewd enough to get themselves under cover before daybreak. Caril of TliuiiUN. To the many kind friends and neighbors ; to the employes of the Omaha Street rail way , Ilencnn lodge , I. 0. 0. P. , Maple camp 945 , M. W. A. , nnd to Pansy camp No. 10 , R. N. of A. , wo wish to return our sincere thanks for their sympathy to us In the loss of our little son , Ray.CHARLES CHARLES n. COX , MILDRKD A. COX. BIAOMFICn.VT TUAINS. Oinnlin tn Clilrncn. The Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul rail way has Just placed In service two magnifi cent electric lighted trains between Omaha and Chicago , leaving Omaha daily at 5:45 : p. m. , arriving Chicago at 8:25 : a. tn. . and leaving Chicago 0:15 : p. m. nnd arriving Omaha ' 8:20 : a. m. F.ach train Is llchted thoroughly by electricity , has buffet Htnoklng cars , drawing room sleeping care , dining cars nnd recllntnc chair cars and runs over the shortest line and smoothest loadbed be tween the two cities. Ticket olllco 1D04 Farnam street , nnd at Union depot. n mill K * NNlr. Importing tailors. AVoolons for spring and summer wear. Ilor Grand Hotel Turkish Baths now open. Mortality The following births and deaths were re ported to the health commissioner during the twenty-four hours ending nt noon yes terday : Hlrths Oporge II. Flandt , 1718 Jackson street , boy ; S. J. Cusack , 2501 Hamilton street , boy ; Reynold Over , 1314 South Twenty-eighth street , girl ; Fred Forster , 1214 South Twelfth street , boy ; Charles L. Ransom , 2703 Woolworth nvcnuc , girl. Deaths Mike Drlsool , county hospital , 84 years ; William Thompson. Ottawa. Ont. , So years , suicide ; Mary S. Wnugh , 2708 Blnney street , 23 yours , bronchitis ; May Oberhlll , 504 South Eighteenth street , 3 months , bron chitis ; Melvln E. noatmnn , Albright , 2U years ; Mary E. Rogcrt , 5810 Leavenworth street , 34 years. Do you want a Henney Tniggy ? It's the best. Omaha Implement and Transfer Co. , 9th and Jackson. Will TrmiHfVr About Miiy 1. W. H. Alexander of the Omaha and Grant Smelting and Refining company left Friday night for Now York on a short buslnpss trip , i It Is announced by officials of the company that the formal transfer of thp Omaha plant I to thp consolldatPd concern will occur May 1. This will bo llttlo more than a formality ( as far as outward appearances are concerned - , corned , for there will be no changes In the operation or management of the local plant , nt this tlmo. The transfer will not include I the various auxiliary entcrprlaes that have I been managed ny Messrs. Nash and Barton i The latter will probably devote his ontlro attention to these matters nfter the main plant goes Into the hands of its now owners Octtclmnn's Pure Mnlt Iiecr the finest i Milwaukee produces 620 So. 10th. Tel. 1121 ' FAMOUS FOR SPEED , COMFORT , AND EXCELLENCE of EQUIPMENT Are the Through Trains Via Union 1'iicllle to Icm or , Salt I.nUe City , Sun l''riini > lN < M > , I'ortliinil , and all points west. Flni'Nt IHnlim ; t'nrn In Anicrli-ii. IliiltVt , Sinoklnif nml II lira ry ( "urn. Pill ace mill Ordinary Slfi'nrrH. ( Mir TlrUi'l Ollliti' , itl'J ; ( Knrimm .St. , Trli > l > lion ill * ! . ! For Sale | < Horseless i | Carriage i % Tn perfect condition used ( i jfj at Omaha Exposition in c 3898. I | Montgomery Ward & Co , , | Money Well Invested WIIIJ1OI III V RESERVOIR ICE Tlio In-Hi li-p mi hi lii Oinalin. South Omaha Ice & Goal Go , , Tel 37 ; ) . Office 1601 iM IT WAS A BIG SUCCESS Bennett's Great Flour Sale Succeeds Beyond Expectations , EVERYBODY IS HIGHLY DELIGHTED Snip 1VIII Up Ccintliiiiril u 1'otr Dnyt Iiiinucr. TinllrntiHfiil Somrnlrs In IlniOi JMM-U AnI'lriiiliiir the Thr llrcnil In Fine. In eonscqiipnco of the unparalleled sue- pts of our grand Hour sale we have decided to continue It n fo\v days longer. On Fri day and Saturday wo served bread irado of the famous llennett's Hxcclslor Hour to thousands of people. This bread was tasted and tried by the greatest variety of critics i hat ever made glad their palates with the finest In. the land. At thi > counters where Mils was servd ono could hear continually | such expressions as : "That's simply fine , " ' "Strlclly nil right , " "Hard to bent. " " ( ! eo , ] that Is good bread , " and many other olmllar complimentary remarks and exclamations , j On Monday nnd Tuesday we nro Ji.st going to show you what kind ot biscuits this flour will make. Alt , here's where wo make u showing ! A delicious hot biscuit , made of llennett's Uxcelslor Hour , iiprpnd with that Inimitable biiltor , Itcnnctt's Superior Cream ery , and then a cup of that most pleasing beverage , llennett's Capitol Coffee and there's u lunch 111 for a queen ! Hut we nro serving It free to you and to the queens also the queens of the Omaha household11 And the beautiful souvenirs are pleasing the people , too. There Is one In every sack. Ho auie you get one during this nalo. They will not be In the sacks that nrp sold after this sale Is over. Honnolt's tt\ct > UIar Hour Is the finished piodtict of skilled workmen , scientific mil lers , and Is made of thp choicest wheat gin\Mi , prepared by the most wholesome processes. The brand has grown phenomen ally In popularity during the last few years , since Its merits have bccomo known , till today It Is n household word , nnd an In dispensable adjunct to the laider , wherever It has been once tried.Vc sell a full car load of this Hour every six days. The tS-lb. and the UO-lb. wicks contain the souvenirs. Our price for this excellent flour Is $1.10 for . | 8-lb. sack , Jl.20 ! for the ! )6-lb. ) sack. Don't confound this superior Hour with other so-called high grade pat ent Hours. Try It once and It will stay with you on Its own merits. And don't forget to drop In and get a blbcult Monday and Tuesday. \v. n. nnxNirrr co. , 15th and Capitol Ave. IIAI nn\ lines * . firniid Suit ; 'I'ncMilii.v , , " ! < ! [ > < ! fie ! Find their Imported organdies , light nnd dark colors , nil now styles , In this sale only Sc yard. HAYDEN DUOS. Head piano "ad , " pngp P. IMvliio lIciil.T Si-liratlcr. Schrador , the divine healer. Is now rest ing In Council Ulufts , la. , and will lecture in Chambers' academy , Fifteenth and Ilnrney street * , this city , Sunday , at 3 and S o'clock p. in. , at which tlmo Mr. Schrader will give public healings free and expects to effect a cure for nil who visit him and shake his hand. An admission of 25 cents will be charged to help defray the large expense. ALL THKATMKNTS FREE OF CHANGE. Hamilton Warren , M. I ) . , eclectic and magnetic physician , has moved his ofllce to 119 North IGth street , room 13. Special at tention to all long standing or lingering dis eases and to diseases of women nnd children. Umbrellas repaired , recovered. 214 Bo. 13th. Fine vehicles for city trade ; rubber tires. Llnlnger & Metcalf Co. , at cast end of the Harney street car lino. Dr. Ilaco. 403 Paxton block. Tel. 1982. It's ' a Jewel , The above Is ono of the Ilftyl styles In which Jewel Gnsolonn Stoves are ii .ido. It Is the slovp from which nil nf the ho-iuilleil "CabliiPt" OasolPiio Stove * are cniili-il , nnd Is the only one that llglitw without bmoko and Is per fectly sal'o to UKL . WP.'VP ' old Jpwi-1 Stoves nearly four teen year * and never found a poor one. Aden t tell you ono stove Is "best made" this yo.ir , another tlm next , and still niiotlu-r thp next. Wo don't uik you In pay for expel InieiHH. You know what the Jewel will do. 3 JOHN HUSSIE HARDWARE CO. , t i.'HIT--III ! ) CinnliiK St. f t < l V "If you huy It of HiiBslp , It's rlsht. " 4r. m . . . . _ . _ , . _ _ _ . _ . . < SHOE FACTS FOR MEN. . . Pay n fair prlco for n gooil shoo and you are economizing f GO and fH M ) nro the prk-ps for everybody not lee lilRlinot too low The celebrated HIMKNT SI1OKS nro $5.00 and JU 00 vnluon--Your rholco of , iny fahoo In stofK $ - 50 and $3 'M. Regent Shoe Co. 205 South 15th. \Vrlt fur llliiNlriilcil iier Grand Berths Her Grand Hotel. Klectro Therapeutic. Turko-HuiBlan , Plunge neeillo. Fhower , era salt and the r.o\r Diilct. I/AD1HS' DAYS TuoaJay and Friday. 10 a. iu. to t p. iu , under the personal aupcr- \lfloii of an exjiorlouccJ lady operator. Complete and Modern in Every Detail. j , v. MOOIU : . si r. Would We Take If ? O.MUIA. April 2m h. 'M. Mil. T1IAS H SrUAKKKIl Prnr Plr t-'or the piutt year I have tipm rcnilliiR your ' roasts" on Docs' rorrlvInK n oomtnlisslon nml the Tots who pay II. My nplnlnn of rn | tlint you rnn't get In the rliiK with the rest of the druKRlals , nnd If you were n Hop you would fop one of the tlrat to dcmnnd n commission unit you'd bo ti hl | ? fool If jou roftiBed to accept n commis sion nnd your office rent free. Honor bright , Schaefer , Isn't this n fnct ? ANONYMOUS. Hcplylng to the above No. Doe , you nro mlstnken.Ve can Ret Into the rlni : nny tlmo by simply raisins the commission. If wo claimed to be a doctor and couldn't mnko enough to pay our olllce rent unless wp acted as a stool pigeon for a -\4 1'et , nnd had to denounrp every other druggist who happened to fill one of out proscriptions , ox- cppt the 1'et wlm pays us. wp'd pull tltnvn our shlnglo and go to drUmg a hack. Cl T I'KICli MltUGUIST. Lornci- Kith uiul Chicago. p 'V T" EXT To bo worn with white collar. It's most suitable for the most styl ish dresser. U can also bo worn by business man or laborer. There are lots ot neat and beau tiful patterns to choose from , while the prlco Is only You can expect something EXT And then the shirts will etlll be better. Clothing Oosnpany Capitol Ave , , Near 16th St , Clottn tl < > PILLOW FACTORY SI'KCIAI. SAI.K Feather Pillows and Sofa Cushions 15c to $1.OO SANITARY FEATHER CO. , Toll-phone TS1. 707 S. 10th St. Wholesale Heavy Drugs Try us when you wnnt drugs In qunntltlea , such as r.Mtis cur.n.v. SI'.VMSII WHITING. LIII.OIUDI : I.IMI : . I'liASTHIt I'AIIIS. iMMvnr.nnn wnrrn tii < : i.iiiiioiin. WIIAI.H ( lli SOAP. Wllil.OW \UCOAIi. . S \li AM1IOM \ CAMI'llllll ( it M. nr.vntiM : . Hcntomber we hnvc the Roods nncl the prlws. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. 151.1 DnilKP Strict. OMAHA. NKH .K OP BLOCK. It Takes Training To be able to walk the slack wire It takes training to be able to furnish the proper glass es nt the proper tlmo you nro trying no experi ments when you trust your cnso to the eye special ist , Dr. McCar thy IIP succeed * where others fall. Consult him to morrow you risk everything by delay. DR. MCCARTHY , run IYH si'ist 413-111 KARHACH HLOCK , Examinations OMAHA. Free. A Little Early to cut the gt'nss but don't f forgot our ' ? T Our mowers arc cunrantccd and 4 * our prices are right. JAS. MORTON & SON CO. , f SoliK ' " < " for O in nil a. < i > 1511 Docile St. < j > was on sale Saturday for the first lime. The crowds proved that Omaha people ple know bargains when they see them. EXTRA SPECIALS FOR MONDAY : 300 men's 11 ounc o pure worsted , serges In the new 4-but- ton cut-a-way , eack and double breasted sack styles ; made up by the best clothing m anufacturers In Now York City and posi tively worth. $9.00 will lie sold Monday at $5.00. COO men's suits , made of dependable , strictly all wool cassl- mercs and fancy cheviots , In eight different patterns ; coats with French facing , satin piped ; mailo to soil for $7.50 In this sale for J3.75. " 50 men's suits in selected worsteds nnd cassimeres ; other Btores would call them great values nt $10.00 and $12.00 ; hero for only $7.50. For the best dressers we show the handsomest line nnd largest assortment of line suits $12.50 In this sale. The newest correct styles in double or single breasted , In the now herringbone stripes , nnd checks nnd fancy novelty , fully equal to the usual $25.00 to $35.00 made to order bulls. In this sale your choice for $12.50. A splendid chance to got a high grade suit at a llttlo prico. We are headquarters for Bllm , stout and extra size suits. A great assortment nt $ .1.00 to $18.00. ADMIRAL CCO. DUWEY Incliuled In this grand purchase now marked and placed on sale. TliPHe pants are made up from llrst-class casslmerea , chpvlots and worsteds , hy the lending pants mnnufacturer of New York. Kvery pair warrau ted. A now pair If the ono you buy does not pleuso you. The p rices will ho $1 25 , $1.75 , $2.50 and $3.50. Kvery pair worth doub le. Waist measures 30 to C2 ; lengths 29 to 33. aged 11 , 12 , 13. 11 , 15 and 1C , who wear knco pants suits. We were compelled to tak o 900 suits In those sizes In the big pur chase nnd are hoavll y overstocked. The suits wo offer nro made up from the best fabrics. In all the newest patterns , suits that > ire regularly retailed t II the way from $3.75 to $10.00 ; Monday prices will bo $1.75 , 32.50 , $3.95 and $5.00. Kvery suit Is made with double scat and knep. Known to the trade ns the "Llt tlo Governor" nnd gunrantped In every respect. All the llttlo fellows can bo clothed in this snlo nt n great saving. The newest styles In vcstco , double breasted and Bailer HUltB are Included. Selling the Most Clothing ill Omaha. THE 99 CENT STORE. Bicycle Bargains-- TO CLOSE THEM OUT. This great offering Is for stan- dnrj niuhfn of nlcycltti - tln-y have timer boon used and nro in first- clabi condition. Note these prices. The Victor , former price $100 price now. . . . $20.00. The Liberty , former price $100 price HOW. . . . $20.00 The Barnes , former price SIOO price now $20.00 The Crescent , former price $75 price now. . . $25.00 ( lillilri'ii'N AVIici-lH from ijtIS.O 0 up. HH SUUK AND SEE TIIKSK dHEAT WHKHL HAHUAINS. n i WHAT YOU FAY For a shoo is important lint wluit yon got in return for your money ia ton times more important ordinarily the host shoes cost moro than poor shoes , lint at onr pres ent prices yon i-an got this spring's production in shoo or oxford at practically the same cost as the poor and last summer's kind there is food for reduction in this statement. N. K , Corner Kith and Douulun Sts. HAYDEN BROS. Sample Shoes , \\c Blill have a number of pairs of those ladlps' line cample nhops to offer you Monday -and wo know you'll re gret It If you neglect to select n pair Wo will also continue to glvo a bottle of French Oloss Dressing frco to all those who cut tills ml out. cTv N AWA TFR ? . } llrltiR this ad. with you. It Is > good for one bottle of "French ? Gloss Dressing , " with every pair I ( of Ladles' Sample Shoes tomorrow. J Oxx > Todies' Kino . VI. I KM Silk Vc.o ladles' llnt kill , ll < > xlblo sole , kid lure , snmjil. Kh-ii mule to it-tail till , coin tut' lace sanu > o < > l nO for f I 50 shoe , m i < lc to rrtnll for $2 ToOlii/0 f I. . < i'll < > s Fine V l KM vesting top , tan and . U.irk. lie- , < imjl ( who in ulo toOl an U ! A VBTilG'IM ! T n > * O > retail for $ luO Q i4u H A Y UEfta BROS. cloos not allow her children to pluy with iiintehos. Plnco thorn in a HERRICK REFRIGERATOR where they will bo sufo from babies and tnico matches can bo kept indefinitely in a Ilerriuk , bcuamo the cirotilation is so ' & * perfect that tlioy cannot bcuomo damp. SQUIRES & SMITH , GU.VnUAI , Aii : > TS. Phone 1605. 1614 Capitol Avenue. IMATH < : I.ASS vor rVT AiTonii TO iirvVITIIOIT or n. IMIICUS. Window Glass , All sizes single and double Htrength. Leaded Art Class , Hoveled , Enameled and Colored Class , French Plato Mirrors , Shocks and Skylight Class. Paints , Oils , Brushes , Varnishes , Artists' Materials , Floor Oil , Floor Polish , Weighted Floor Polishing llrushes. PRICKS o\ ci'T nun-is o.imuns. . Imported and American Perfumes , all odors. Toilet Soaps in great variety. Pocket Books , Card Cases , Traveling Sots , Triplicate Mirrors , Military Hair Brushes , etc. Prices lower than over. All popular brands of Cigars. Je A. Fuller & Company , Corner Fourteenth and Douglas Streets. Jewelers and Art Stationers. The largest and best jippoiulecl jewelry store in the wesl. A complete line of desiniblo 'iwl reliable silver and gold novelties i'or Wedding Presents Gorham sterling silverware ( he .JainoH Jloare bine and while cut glass diamonds solid gold watches rings , pins , etc. I3c sure and visit onr cut glass room. Successors to ISfh and Douglas Streets C. S. KAYMOND CO. "The Wannest Baby that Ever Game Down the Pike" That's what Ihey said about , Sheridan Coal at the charily enlerlainment at Hoyd's the other night. Nut or ICgg $5 , Lump $ 'r > "r > 0. Host coal mined in Wyoming. VICTOR WHITE , 16O5 Farnam St. Telephone 127. WE POSITIVELY EXTRACT teeth without pain , with out the UHO of chloroform , either , gan or cocaine. We use an application to the guniH , our own make. Set of teeth $5.00. Hest Teeth , 87.50. Gold Crowns , § 5.00. Bailey , Dentist 'Jrd Floor Paxton Block , KM hand Farnam St. Telephone 1085. Lady attendant ,