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TIIE OMAHA DAILY REE: SATURDAY, MAY 7. 1904.
Tel. -M WE CLOSE SATURDATS AT P. M. "Th llrst step Imriril asefvl knnwlrilaf li to he ihlr ta led falsehood." A w ? i Leather Goods IYetty I$ag, In the new shapes and colors. The Flat Iron Bag, very neat and practical. In brown and blaeK wslrus leather, flit trimmings, lltted with coin purse, plain leather handles, JS.50 and 4. each. Penny from TarlB Bags, In black and b rown, pleated (eat leather. silk lined, fitted with pleated leather coin purse, two plnl n leather at rape (or handles, gilt and gun metal trimmings, prices from I2.W to 110.00 each. . . A Pretty Peggy from Paris Bag, In w hlt walrua leather, gilt trimmings and plain leather (straps for handles, $1.50 each. , Carriage Bags, In beautiful shades of b row and tan, walrus leather, atlk lined, fitted with coin puree, twisted leather Hun dies, at SIM, M H M OO, K M. 18.00, 47.00 and M 00 each. ... Carriage Bags, In black seal and watr us leather, fitted with coin purse and card case, two plain leather straps for handl es, also' twlmed leather handles), $3.00 to $10.00 each. i i Hand Bags, In black walrus and seal le ethers, gilt and gun metal tftmnflng, fitted with coin purse, plain and twisted leath ef handles, $1 00, UK, $1.M, li.TI and .00 eaoh. . ' ' ' . CHIFFON COLLAR FORMS, In bloo k and White, all slfel. . ' '". W'.M. CA Building. Corner Sixteenth andyDpiiglaa,Sr still hare placed !- circulation 2m.nnn.no to $2?A oft), niio In not without Impairing the slightest the. gold law of 17. How ever, by so doing the monetary situation after the war might h!v been less satis factory than at pn-vnt. Accordingly, for the purpose of prt.te' ting the Internal monetary situation, th Russian govern ment has lent a favorable ear to proposal made by French b.inkcr and hi opened negotiations at St. Petersburg with Joseph Hoeltinguer, of the houe of Hnettinguer Co., and with M Noettlin. one of the directors of the Bamjue le Pari et de Pays Has. They have made two visits to St. Petersburg and are leaving there to. morrow fur Paris. The rurtos of their visit Is to negotiate the Issue of treasury i'mimis running nve years at 5 per cent. These are going to he offered to customers of the big Frenrh financial houses at near to par. By so doing the Russian govern ment reserves the right after five yeor to maxe use or us internal crert t o convert or consolidate these five-year bonds Into a funded debt bearing a Mower rate of In terest. The amount llkelv to be taken tip i once in t ans win ie jlon.MXi.o io and the Issue can go up to SlWi.ono.oon. Already the contracting houses are sure to place the full amount they underwrite among their customers. i nererore no public Issuance Is to be made and the usnnl public sub scription at a fixed day will be dispensed With, the Issue belna sold hv bankers ynvaieiy. The foregoing differs from other reports Concerning the amount of the loan, but owing to the authoritative source It can be accepted as final. It Is understood that the terms will be signed before Mm. Iloettlnguer and Noeta lln depart from St-. Petersburg tomorrow or thereafter. The signing by the French banks will take place next week, the lasu ance of the loan following Immedliitety. I JAPANESE I.ASD AT TWO PLACES force of Russian cavalry guarded the east eoast. 1 LONDON, May 1 A dispatoh to the Central News from St. Petersburg today Bays the Japanese landed at Port Adams, on the west coast of the Llao Tung penin sula, as well as at Pltiwo. Port Adams Is situated about fifty mile from Port Arthur, at the head of Society bay, and on the railroad connecting Port Arthur with Mukden and Harbin. Conse quently, It may be Inferred, that If the re port of a Japanese landing there Is cor rect, communication with Port Arthur has been cut off. Pltswo, on the east coast, where the Japanese have landed, Is lesa than twenty miles from Port Adams. ST. PETERSBURG, May 1-The landing of the Jspanese at Pltswo, northeast of Port Arthur, is officially confirmed. It Is expected that the railroad connecting Port Arthur with Mukden and Harbin wilt soon be cut. The departure of Viceroy Alexleff and Orand Duke Boris from Port Arthur was hurried owing to the possibility of the Interruption of railroad communication. The Japanese landed In sufficient force to discourage the few hundred Russians watching at Pltiwo from offering any r-slstane. Hl'sSIAJf THOOr KILL BACH OTHER Army of Csar Mistakes Compatriots for the Enemy. TOKIO, May O.-Oaneral Kurokl, In re porting yesterday, tells of a bloody en counter during the Russian retreat on Sunday last, when a large body of Rus sians mistook a small body of their own men for Japanese, killing and wounding 180 of them. General Kurokl says that a Japanese patrol, consulting of fourteen men, reached Ten Bhang Hong May t, when a Russian patrol, posted on a hill south of the city, attacked them. The Japanese patrol thereupon turned and charged them, and after an Intrepid hand-to-hand affray the enemy was driven back in the direction of Feng Wang Chan. The Japanese patrol pursued them to a stream three miles southwest of Kaollmen, where Russian sentries were discovered posted on hlfis on both sides of the road. ' According to Information furnished by a native, a body of Russian Infantry t.nno strong, occupying a hill neat Teng Bhang Hong, on SoAday, mistook a detnehment Of ' their own ' Infantry1,' about strong, retiring before the Japanese troops, and fought among themselves. In the scuffle 110 were killed and seventy wounded, and the Russian carts were stampeded, leaving their loads. of stores behind. According' to the stery told by a, cap turfd Russian officer, who participated In the battle on Sunday Aast, only Ave or six battalions ot Russian Infantry . and two battalions of artillery were able to retire In order. The other troops ran away In a state of entire confusion. -i a I. . FIGt'RIJO OS THB : Rl'MIAN LOAN French fttntesman Telia ot Financial Condition Mt Crs Government. PARIS, May a An authoritative state ment waa given to the Associated Press to day from the highest governmental aouroe concerning the details and circumstances of the new Russian loan, as follows The situation has been muoh changed since your interview with M. Mlecxlulaa de Routkowsky, the Russian financial agent In London, April 23. The oonditioiis today on which the loan la based are as follows: The cost of the war for the first Ave months, up to June i. Including $22,800,000 for railroad equipment, Ih $1Z5.00u,000. After June 1 the monthly cost of the war will be H.SoO.OOo for the navy and $15,000,000 for the army at the front, making the total of war expense about $261,600,000 for the year closing January l next. The first part of the war was more ex pensive than the later, owing to the cost of mobilisation and the general expends Incident to setting the machinery of war tare in motion. Reports Show that Islanders Send Two Forres Acralnat Port Artlinr. NEW YORK, May B.-Two distinct land ing operations by the Japanese In the vicinity of Port Arthur nre reported In today's dispatches to the Associated Press According to cables from Tnklo and St. Petersburg, the Japanese effected a landing In force and unopposed at Pltswo, a point on the east coast of the peninsula, about seventy-five mil. .- above Port Arthur. An other successful landing Is reported to have taken place nt Port Adams, which Is situated on an arm of Society bay, on the west coast of the peninsula, directly op posite nnd about twenty miles distant from Pltswo. The railroad that connects Port Arthur with Mukden passes close to Port Adams and it is evident that it is now In possession of the Japanese at this point. A dispatch from Washington Indicates a landing, according to advices reported there, at Kin Chan, or Kin Chow. This place Is located at the extreme eastern shore of the bay of the same name, on the west const nnd Is directly across the penin sula from the port of Dalny. It Is about forty miles north of Port Arthur. The strip of land, between Inlny nnd Kin Chow is the narrowest point of the peninsula. Kin Chow is about half way between Port Arthur and Port Adams and is also on the railroad. It is probable, however, that this landing refers to that at Port Adams, which is on an arm of the sea adjacent to Kin Chow bay. MOO ALL TO THE C00D ?rgon T.oustrt' rVe Stll Thm. fT - - ' - THE BERG SWAN SON SPECIAL HATS3 Vntqutltd Anywhtrt. CORRECT DRESS FOR MEN AND BOYS. Largest and Most Attractive Sale of Fashionable Suits ever assembled. That word sale Is associated with good company when used by us announcing special offerings and placed upon such clothing values as these. ' ( Suits Comparing Favorably WithA to-Order $30 and $35 Garments. We have studied and have perfected the possibility of pre senting suits of high charaotep, hand-tailored throughout possessing matchless style-exclusiveness, suits we are not afraid to give our unlimited warrant upon, at a price easily within every one's reaoh. 1 GBXERAL PFLUU REPORTS I.A.DIXG Fire on Says Japanese Troops Ope Passenaer Train. ST. PETERSBURG, May 6.-6:30 p. m.- The ministry of war has received the fol- Agalnst these extraordinary expenses we I lowing telegram from Major General Pflug, We present today a grand realization ot this effort, in an offering of 650 suits of faultless workmanship, tailor ed by America's best makers of fine clothing for men suits of foreign and domestic woolens genuine Donegal homespuns, Scotch tweeds, English worsteds, vicunas, cheviots, etc., In a multitude of confined patterns, surpass ing all our previous efforts in a grand burst of real bargain realization Special for Saturday. at) THE BERG SW ANSON SPECIAL SHIRT- Untqual- td Viluts ;$1 Great Black Suit Purchase Aoaseofthe maker's error. late spring season. He needed cash and got it. Result black suits made to ssll at $20 and $22.80, now on sale. Single and doubla breastel styles, cutaway frock and Prince Albert and a $15 THE BERG. SW ANSON SPECIAL HAT- A rtgular $5 value, T at. . . .vp IT 1 -a U! Cnt!A T,tri.cs The display of spring and summer trousers i dLSI10nSlDlC iSprirvg irOUSCrS now here, embracesithe choicest creations of all America. The values are most attractive and designs confined exclusively here. may have certain economies namely, Sn, 000,000 on the ordinary budget, 127,500,000 on the extraordinary budget and t'J,5u0,0u0 on previous budgets, making the total economies 167.000.000. When the war began the Russian irovern- ment had between tlG0.0on.oO0 and S20,000.000 to its credit in tne BanK or Kussia and with foreign bankers. According to the monetary law of 1K97. which made cold the standard for Russia, there was a stock of fjoid amounting to Hro.uw.wu ana a note ssue of $350,000,000. Therefore Russia could 1,000 Base Ball Park Tickets Free The Omaha ball team will be home Saturday to , play ball for sure. We want to be represented at that game by i,000 well dressed boys and young men. This Is our plan: We will give an admission ticket free with each purchase of $5 or more. Be sure to ask for it when you get your change. Boys' & Young Men's Suits Our display of "smart" clothe for boys and young men is vary complete, embmolng. all those new idea which are the spice of clothes goodness. Special vatuos la boy' fculta at 6.25, 6.00, 5.00, 3.95 Special values la younir men's suits at $15, $13.50, $12, $10 Cravenette ooat for all ag from 0 to 19 years. 4fc BENSON &TH0RNE3 k A St OfIAHA,NE: Write for Catalogue. ai 1 1118 ' Pbuglaa ' Street. H tta--MB"H.tiBg-e.iji ..s.......y chief of the military staff According to the Information I have received, seven or the enemy s transports anu anerwaras about forty appeared op posite Pitzewo on the evening of May 4. Un the morning of May 5 the Japanese benan to land at Pitzewo and on the coast nr Cane Terminnl. about fifteen miles southwest of Pitzewo, under cover of nruiiery nre. At tnis moment about Klxtv transports were oliperved bearinir down upon the whole front and our posts re tired from the shore. All papers in the Costofflre at Pltsown were removed and the Russian inhabitants abandoned the town. According to Chinese renorts. hv vn. ing of May 6 about 10,000 of the enemy's troops had landed and taken un ntiHrrnm In the Chinese vlllairea nenr tha nninta nt debarkation. The enemy sent two columns of about one regiment each, one In a westerly di rection and the other to the southward. On May. 6 a passenger train from Port Arthur wbb nred on a mile nnd a quarter outnlde Polnndlen, about forty miles north Of Port Arthur, by 100 Japanese infantry men occupying the hcltrlits cast of the railway, i ne train cnrrled manv nnnvn. gers, 200 sick occupying an ambulance car riage flying the Hod Cross flag. Two of the sick were wounded. The train on,.. ceeded in reaching Polandlen. Tranquillity prevails In the maritime province and In Yin Kow. 84 styles of Men's Trousers newest worsteds, tweeds, Ban nockburn's, cheviots, cash meres, etc. Orand values 3.50 126 styles Men's Trousers better than to order $8.00 and $10.00 values, new stripes, In latest shades, cut In newest fashion Imported woolens 5.00 68 styles Men's Trousers best Imported fabrics exclusive here. Newest stripes and checks non better made 7.50 PREPARE! TO LOSE PORT ARTHUR Garrison Rednced, YalnaMe Docu ments, Cash and Guns Taken. ROME!, May 0. According to a telegram received here from Che Foo, the garrison at Port Arthur has been reduced to 4,000 men, and all the Important documents, money and field guns have been removed to Mukdun. Rnsslans Kspert Battle. ST. PETERSBURG May 6,-News of vary heavy fighting near Feng Wang Cheng Is expected within thlrty-stx hours. I.arga re inforcements have reached the Russian positions. Orders havo been received at taching three buttdllons of artillery to each CUT OUT TH13 COUPON. Omaha Be X A Tsiit 4t Qt I ttt! rin Til A Wikel t my u ci. Luuia via me uauadii ONE VOTE Exposition Coupon 0a Vote for. Htm. Addrtst. Town. Stat. CUT THIS OUT Deposit at Bee Office or mall to "Exposition Department," Omaha Bee, Omaha, Nebraska. " i CUTOUT THI J COUPON, Omaha Bee Exposition Coupon A Trip to St. Louis via The Wabash PREPAYMENT COUPON No., .Vott for. Name, AJru Town. Send Be t (name). tat. AadrtM. This coupon, when arcom Oounta 10 votes for each lit mpnnti-d br a cash prepaid subscription la TRB BEU1, Dotd. 100 votes for each dollar bald. eta. A subscription ttuinot t prepaid until the amount sue to date has keea paM. LtoiMMit a U OOltta ur wail to "hapueJUon iMiMWtuMbt," Oiuaha iM, Omali. Nehk Mysterious Death of Kentucklau. EAST ST. LOUIS, 111., May 6. Mystery surrounds the death of Wllllnm Schubert of Kentucky, who was found dead In the base ment of the chemical works, where he was employed. An Inquest showed that he had been killed by electric shock, but the only wire that could have caused his dnnth la suspended seven feet above the floor. Hall Daman-re Train. BEAUMONT, Tex.. May 6-The Sunset limited of the Southern 1'aciflo last night encountered a severe hailstorm near WvIhIi, La. All of the windows on one side of the train were shattered and the lattice work waa splintered by the hallvtnnes. Passen gers were panic stricken. Several of them were cut about the face and J. Kohn of Houston was seriously . Injured by flylna debris. trlklna; Bakers In Riot. t'HICAOO, May Striking bakers caused a riot today. The occasion was an attempt on the ptrt of 11 Piper & Co. to send out twenty-five delivery wutrms with nonunion bakery goods. In spite of the efforts of the striking bakers to stop the wsgons by throwing bricks and other missiles at the drivers the wngonn finnlly nmdo a siiccchs ful etress. None pf the rioters was ar rested. Texas Visited by Storm. FORT WORTH. Tex.. May 6. -Every effort to rench Wentherford nnd Clcn by wire up to noon today lias been unavailing snd the results of Inst night's tornado in those sections are unknown. Several per sons are reported killed and Inlur.-d and much property damaged. Shackelford county, where a tornado Is reported to have done much damage. Is also isolated. lug Democrats Kile la Time. The democratic cnuntv committee has duly notified t'ltv Clerk Elhnurn In writing that party primaries will be held May r. Non-registered voters nnd those who hnv. moved prior to ten duys before the prl msrles may make aftlilaviis and secure enr tmralps mauling ihm to nullity, ln-sln- li In W with Tiie.ilay, May 10. The nrtvllKe is exreroeii nve nuvs, tn. rurmniitlra Pel perform! In the city clerk's office. l,(Xi houses In Omaha speak tn behalf of teams' pnlnts. Hold only by Kennird Ulass and l'alnt company, 15th and Douge. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Vred Sackett, formerly tax commissioner here, hut who now resides in Minneapolis, Is in the city. R. B. Btrahorn. formerly advertising agent for tho I'nlon l'mlll - in this city, nnd his wife pulsed through itinnlia Thursday, bound for their home In Hpn. Sane. Wash. Mr. Htraliorn la at present extenslvnly enguged in the milling biiHlnons In the west. Ho Ls alao a wntvr nt Con siderable bote, - FATAL TORNADO IN TEXAS ;eral People Killed and Manj Parson Severely Injured. WRECK TRAIN BLOWS FROM THE TRACK At Cblco Nearly a Score of Dwellinas Are Destroyed and Terrific Elec tric Display Acoompaniaa Sturm. NEW YORK, May 6. The executive com mittee of the National Civic Federation to day held Its first meeting since the death of Its chairman, Marcus A. Hanna. Sam uel Oompera, president of the American Federation of Labor, preaided. Resolutions in commemoration and tn veneration of Hanna were presented by Oscar 8. Strauss and adopted unanimously. Brief tributes to the memory of Senator Hanna were spoken by Bishop Potter, John Mitchell, Cornelius N. Bliss and others. Tonight the committee on nominations reported that a successor to President Hanna had not been chosen. The com mittee was Instructed to continue its search for a president. The officers elected follow: First vice president, Samuel Gompera; second vice president, Oscar S. Strauss, chairman of the executive committee, Henry Phlpps; chairman of the finance committee, August Belmont; chairman of the newly created welfare department, H. H. Vrelnnd; chairman of the ooncljlatlon committee, Charies A. Moore; treasurer, Cornelius N. Bliss; chairman of the execu tive committee, Balph M. Easley; secre tary, Samuel B. Donnelly. Enemies of Federation. In his report, Secretary Easley, after a reference to the antagonism of the Cltl sena' Industrial Association of America to , the work of the Federation, said: Soclnllnio Is another organised opponent to the work for peace and co-operation of the Civic Federation. To gain control and direction of organized labor, the agents of socialism are putting forth every exertion, and socialism, opposed to the law-abiding elements, recognises In the National Clvlo Federation an ally of the aelf-rtsspectlng, restrained workman. Thus the Federation faces simultaneously the hatred of socialism and the opposition of the recently formed employers' assocla- But til (Be organizations, u is sig- 6 A SAVINGS ACCOUNT is a storage battery of unspent, accumulated energy to be drawn upon when other power has given out. All know the value of it, and should put it in practice with the oldest and strongest Savings Dank in the state. CITY SAVINGS BANK SIXTEENTH AND DOUGLAS STREETS. -J Vine as upon the flcor of another story, the magnificent series of pyramids on the left disclose their full mnjesty; the little river no longer frets amidst bowlders, but glides with a concentrated intensity. To the west opens a deep alcove, aiding to form here a huge amphitheater. There are thick grovee of cottonwoods In the wide, level bottoms; on the slope of talus, cacti bloom gor geously; there are also manzanlta with Its rich red stem and waxen leaf, sagebrush. and many other plants, cedars, plnons. The blue sky above again touches the right chord In the symphony. Up and down, east and west, extends the labyrlnthchlan array of giant rock forms so magnificently sculp tured, bo ravtshlngly tinted. Again we are Impressed with the marvellous beauty of outline, na well as the Infinite complication, of these Tltanlo buttea. It Is doubtful If In this respect the valley has anywhere its equal. Not even the best part of the Grand Canyon offers a mora varied spectacle. There Is an Isolation of each temple here that la rare, yet all are welded together In a superb ensemble. Scrlbner's Monthly. tlon. nlficant to observe, include none of the rreat employers or moor representing v asio industries, such as coal, Iron and steel, building trades and railroads. They have enlisted chiefly small concerns In country towns generally, whose combined ropltal and number of employes would not approsch those Interested in the single organization of the bituminous cosl opera tors, which has Just worked out with the t'n'ted Mine Workers the two-year Joint trade agreement. AROUND THE THREE LETONS Majesty of tbe Tltanlo Pyramlda that Fleree tha Mountainous Skyllna f Wyomlngr. Word fall to express the sensation In spired by these excessive heights of naked rock. The river constantly forms an ap propriate foreground, and at length aa w near the upper end of thla particular divi sion, one of the most complete picture of the whole valley unfolds before us, In the foreground are the chaotic masses of red rock through which tha river tear It way l green cottonwooda and bushes then Inji.-ct their note, lesdlng on to a huge ver milion pyramid whose precipices cleave th sky in the Msy day sun( Ilk a battleaxe, behind it and above it rising the still, whit rocks of the yet greater pyramid. A little farther on the road l.i5 out Into bottom lands again, where another phase of the valley begina. I mark four phases In all between the entrance and the upper chasm; the open phase as far aa th be ginning of the ravine, then the ravine, then the amphitheater phase extending to the Cliff of th Wire, and finally the last narrowing phase from tha Wire to th chasm. Coming out of th bead of the great re- Gets 9100,000 a Year Because he has a keen, clear brain In a vigorous body. Electric Bitters give both and satisfy or no pay. Try them, 6O0. For ale by Kuhn Co. Ground Well Soaked. CHEYENNE. Wyo May . (Special.) Eastern Wyoming end western Nebraska ranchman report that the recent heavy rain soaked life ground o a depth of two feet. Many ranchmen will plant grain on the prairies and they claim the great depth nf moisture In the ground Insure good crops. A Cat Sever Bleed After Porter' Antiseptic Healing OH Is ap plied. Relieve pain Instantly snd heals at the same time. For man or beast. Price, 15c. LOCAL BREVITIES. H. A. Clavton has secured a rerm It for a $2,000 frame dwelling at Thirty-first ar.d Mercy streets. Charles Compton of 797 Pacific afreet and Ed Hart of 507 North Sixteenth street were each fined IS and costs when arraigned In police court on charges ot disturbing th peace by fighting. Christopher J. Wunderlich, MIT Cuming street, has filed a petition for a ault ugnint tha Omaha Council Bluffs Street Ballwuy company for the recovery of I2,b00 for In juries to his leg alleged to have been sus tained on the night of February 23 at the corner of Howard and Fourteenth streets. One can work the Brain hard and keep strong if fed on s Grape-Nuts The Brain food. Get the little book, Wellvllle," in cli "Th Bond to k. NO SUCCESSOR fO HANNA Na'icntl Oivio Federation Holds Fint Meeting Since Senator' Peatb, BRIEF TRIBUTE TO FORMER PRESIDENT ecretary Easley Meters to Socialism aa Another Orwaulsrd Opponent to the success of the federation. ST. LOUIS, May 6.-A special to the Re public from Dallas says the tornado in northwestern Texas lust night killed Mrs. Mary Wagley, her daughter Anna and Georga Anthony at Moran. A doxen per sona were severely but not fatally Injured. A negro cabin waa swept into the Biaxos river, live miles above the Texas & racifio railroad crossing, and three negroea were drowned. A wreck train was blown from the rail road track near Crescent and Georga Som mers Hnd William Apple, negro laborer, were drowned. Twenty houses wore wrecked at Moran and half a dozen at Put nam. Hundred of head of Hv stock are reported killed In Shackelford and adjoin ing counties. Crops were badly injured by the wind, rain and hnll. Wire service I still badly crippled, but It Is believed that lives were lost In Isolated places that will swell the total number to twenty. A report received tonight tell of a tornado near Cordele, Just north of the Texas line. It Is reported that two lives were lost. Railroad property lie suffered heavily. Many Casualties Reported. A tornado at Chico, on the Rock Island road, Inst night destroyed almost a scor of dwellings. In one house every member of the Bray family was Injured. A daughter is not expected to recover. Throughout thl vicinity many farmhouse were de troyed. Report have been received from Peolson that the storm was especially severe there. A terrific electric display waa accompanied by a heavy wind. A special from Houston, Tex,, say among the known dead are Will Perry at Harris- burg, killed by lightning; Mrs. Allen Den til, G. W. Mason and child of 8. T. Har per at Ooldthwaltei Luther Ruddy, Allen Dennis, Mrs. B. F. Harper and child and Joe Griffith are also badly hurt at the lat ter place. Th damage to cotton and corn crop will be heavy. j At Ruby John Mullen's house ws I wrecked. Mr. and Mrs. Mullen were car ried nearly 100 yards by the wind. Mrs. Mullen Is believed to be fatally hurt. Wes ley Spurlork, 11 years old, wss killed. At Sunset nearly twenty building were wrecked. AH grades for all purposes, at bottom prices. Color cards and areneral Informa tion arladly furnished. Aalc for one of Onr handsome calendars when yaa call. Midland Glass & Paint Go. Retail Rooms, 1608-10-12 Harney St. If Save Money by buying your OLD LINE LIFE INSURANCE through FARMERS AND MERCHANTS UFE INSURANCE CLUB. You not only save money, but get iiat you WANT, what you can DE PEND on and what Is GUARANTEED. Hear from us before you buy. par ticulars mulled free. Give your occu pation and date of birth In first letter, this will enable us to answer you In telligently. References Comuicrclal Agencies or Omaha banks. Address FARMERS AND MERCHANTS LIFE INSURANCE CLUB, Brown Block. Omuha, Neb. TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER Subscribe Nor. AMIIEMENTS. BOYD'S WoodwMr2.,.urf" RICHARD MANSFIELD This Afternoon BEAU BRl'MMEU Tonlglil OLD HE1DELBKKU. Prices, duo to J2.&U; mat., euu to 12. NO FREE LI8'I Seat sale Friday for Tues'lay, Wedne. day, May 10-11 The Colebrated Oper atic Artiste FRITH 3CHEFF In the Successful Comic Opera, DABETTE by Victor Herbert and Harry B. Smith. Company of 100 puople, Including Eu- r.n. t:owies. lifluii nwinn'M, King. Ids Bsrtlctt. Havoley and Josephine Telephone J 531. m-., two Performances of tha teason. MATINEE TODAY Any Part of House H6o. Children lOti. Tonight 8:15 Blcf Amateur Show In Conjunction With the Regular Bill. Prleea, IOC. Wo- HYMENAL. Kotfc-Klmbrrlr. HASTINGS. Neb., Msy .- Special Er nest Kolh. a young sttorr.ey of Hsstln, wss msrrled this afternoon to Miss lola Klmherly at th torn of th bride' parent fl? IIP THEATER IVlvUU 15-25-50-75c TON IP 1 IT AT 'iVln' EDWIN HOLT MATIM'K i N t bATURDAY : ; ..., i EMt .Kea:H: i5? ME CARDINAL Sunday MatimeBLN JlkMJillCKd in "LK1K OS" SWfcDKN." ase Ball! nr. MonRN v. omii, May 7, . . 1". VlSTOl. ITU t't'.T lltK. OAilE CA1.1.I.D AT .U O'CLOCJC