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TITE OMAITA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, MARC IT 3, 1003. Yale 3eaufy lir Bargains SPECIAL SALE ON Mme.Yale's Remedies CONTINUED We are pleased to an nounce that we vre con tinuin the Special Sale on Mme. Yale's Remedies for another week. A fresh supply of "Skin Food" samples has been received from Nme. Yale's Labora tories for free distribution to all who purchase the Yale Remedies this week to the extent of 79 cents or more. Price List of Mme. YU' Health Remedies. Toilet Preparations and Beauty Specialties. " INTERNAL HEALTH REM EDI E8. Mm. Yale. Ofa-Balma (Inte.tin.l Lubricant, for' heiVlng ini roothlnlr! M"'''' &'r bSttl. a Mine, xaie Fertillier Tablets (two sixes. Curt far nnr ml Irta tlnn rv.- '. . .ysw., Jim. Tal. V : DigVveJabiets (two" iii:,W)V dyspVp.ia' cure,- peY " boY.'ttc Snd m , 'LET REQUISITES AND NATURAL BEAUTIFIER8 E!' Ja " " Completion Soap f.. ... Ya.1e,:;TC2(ThplPxlrd.rPow1.!r flMh- wh,te- "nk d brun"- Wa,,l,ra" rw special m'anufaVturV)V.".V.'.V.';;;;.';;:. lach SPECIFICS FOR THE HAIR, SCALP. EYEBROWS AND EYELASHES. Mme. IN I. I Hon Trtnln , V. v i , T ' uer nniue. zap. 42n o n n 7 78 79 7 25 60 60 79 ,79 79 76 M ' .40 .20 .20- .79 .43 Mme. YrlA'a Hal. r1 . n .. Mme. Yale'a Hair Curling Fluid ." Mm!!' v?i!'! ?-R81 olntmn Specific for ac'aip dlMMes" :." m!" -0ai,e." gybrow and Eyelash Grower..... ... Mme. Yale'a Eyebrow Pencil BEAT7TY SPECIFICS. FOR THE "hands! Mme. Yale'a Balm of OI!ad Hand Whltener Mme. Yale Shell Pink Nail Cream ' Mme. Yale'a Eureka Nail Bleach Mme. Yale'a Eureka Nail Polish l"!""!!"!!"".'.; gss as: &'nM M jp'io-a. Mme. Yale a Special Ointment (cure for pimple, and akin diseases)?.! Pe? jar . . . BLEMISH REMOVERS. jwj ja r reKia, ireckle cure w- ialie" " .Complexion Bleach, akin cleaner'..."..'.'. Mme. Yale'. Mole and Wart Extractor "... MmS'vl ia"?. Derma Cur. for superfluous hair' on "body Mr.: &Pntc8uc.u..f..'.ur.r.fluou" halr n vr. v , . TEMPORARY BEAUTIFIERS"MAKE-Up!; On i a YATa a aJ i I h n 1 111 M in - ...per bottle. ...per bottle, per Jar, per Jnr each, ...per bottle, per Jar, ....per bottle, per box, ...per bottle, ..pei bottle. 1. ...per bottle, . .per bottlo, 1 per box, . i per box, , MSf" -v'tV J.k..to4) Leave. (UquJd Koua-e), Atm. Yule4. Jnck Roue Hud (Lip Salve) Mme. Ya e IIar curling Fluid...".. .....'. V. Mme. Yale'a Eyebrow Pencil ' .ei bottle, 1 ..per bottle, ....per Jer, ..per bottle, , each, .43 .43 .79 .79 .26 .79 .23 .43 .23 .79 .43 .79 .79 .79 76 78 75 79 20 25 79 79 43 20 Drug Dept., Boston Store. lauMtmuip. GAS FOR STREET LIGHTING City Can Bay from Company and Save Money on Contract. ZIMMAN MAKES SOME CALCULATIONS Kxperlenr. of Omaha aud Other Cities Show, that Local Prlco for Lamp t. Far Too High .om. Acting- Mayor Zlmmau I. .till pur.ulng; hi. Investigation, regarding the gaa light ing problem and what the service should rightly cost, the city of Omaha. He has not yet made up hi. mind on the point, but he has almost reached the conclusion that the city can buy ga. from the company at the regular commercial ratea charged to bmall consumer, and .till get the present results at 'cat one-third cheaper than now obtained. i Welsbach burners used on the lamps LOVE DIES. Mm. Ella Wheeler Wilcox aav. thera come, a time in tU course of married love when "the thrill goe. out of the hand clasp and the kit. at time., and it ia then that hu.band and wife may be susceptible to other magnetic personalltie.." The res on for this condition of affairs is often the fault of the husband, but now often ia it not due to the wife', nei vousnew and irri tability due to some trouble with the or gan. peculiarly feminine the wife uudcr auch clrcum.taace. feels languid aud spir itless .he sutlers perhaps from keadacha and sleeplessness. Backed up by over third of century of remarkable and uniform cares, a record nek as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women tver attained, tha proprietors of Dr. Pierce'. Favorite Prescription now feel fully war ranted in offering to pay $500 ia legal money of the United States, for any caaa of Leacorrhea, Ptfmsle Weakness, Prolap sus, or Falling of Womb, which tkey can not cure. All they ask is a air and rea sonable trial of their mean, of cur. A great deal of sickness msy be saved by keeping on kand a copy of Dr. Pierce'a thousand-page illustrated book, "The Com mon Bens Medical Adviser." Sent free, paper -bound, for twenty-on on -cent stamps, to pav cost of mailing oaj'; or cloth bound for thirty -on stamps. Address, World'. Di.pcns.ry Med'.c'. Association, (A Msia Street, Buffalo. N. V. Cont'f tion end a bilious attack go hand in hand. Dr. Pierce', fle.sant Pellets are a suie and speedy cure for both. Tiny, sugar-coated granules. On little "Pellet" 'is a gentle laaativ aud two a mild cathar tic. They never grip. Nothing else is just as goo4 in this city make the hourly consumption of gas in each light from two and one-half to three cubic feet an hour. This means, at 4,000 hour, a year, which I. the time the lamp, burn, a total con.umptlon of gas for each lamp per year 12,000 feet at the out side. Figured on a fiat rate of $1 per 1,000 feet, which the ga. company use. In fur nishing the service to city buildings, tho coot. would be $12 a year, or, figuring at tho commercial rate of S1.3S, J1H.20, , This, you understand. Is for the gaa alone. For Mantles and Boys. "It costs the city of Chicago $1,800 a year to obtain and care for the mantles, or burner., In each lamp. A great quantity 1. used there and 'Omaha might not be Able to aecure them so cheaply. But figure this In at $3 and the cost for lighting by boys, with the city using six where the gas company uses four, and paying them double the salary, or $30 a month, and you bring tho cost of maintenance to a maximum figure of $6 a year. "The city owns the poles and fixtures, having paid $12 for each one. It will be seen from the figures I have given that the city can maintain Ita own gas lamps st $17 a year or less provided a $1 rate for ga la obtained and which la reason able, or $21.20 a lump, if we have to pay the full price for gna." The acting mnyor Is .till busy getting facts and figures on the gas proposition In order to huv them ready when the subject of extending the present .contract for five years at $-8 a lamp ia brought up In the council. Bam'l Burns Is selling six colonial tumb lers for 0c; formerly $x . AFFAIRS AT SOUTII OMAHA Qualification! for Votrt at the Coming Election Made Plain. WOMEN MAY VOTE FOR SCHOOL BOARD Mast Be Over Tnritr-Oat Year of Age, liar Children of School Age or Own Property la Order to Ballot. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Senator Millard hi in Lincoln. J. J. Derlght has gone to Chicago. Charles E. Black Is in Chlrsgo looklno- up new novoltle. In the furnishing goods line. Nehrnsknns reirlfltered at the Millard are: O. H. Crumley, Shellon; Mra. C. Sibley, O. M. Busoug. Lincoln;. 1;. c. Mcjsisn. Fre mont. Christ Hchlnstock. a prominent era In and stock man of West Point, whs at tho Mur ray last evening. Ho broueht down a num ber Of carloads of stock with him. , T. B. Hord. Central City: J. E. Stoufer. Kearney; J, W. Humphrey, Lincoln; M. R. Hopewell. Tekatnah; John Petrle, Orand Inland: J. It. Iiahl, Nebraska City; W. I. Inrnanan, Hastings; A. c. Crnesman, At kinson; William Kroths, Stuart, ar,e at the Paxton. Nebraska, people registered at the Iter Grand: J. M. Sarback. W. O. Johnson, Lincoln; Miss Daisy Carney, Millard; Hon. J. R. Barnes, Miss Portch. Norfolk; Dr. J. T. McNulty and wife, Callaway; W. 8. Plcklna, Hastings; Paul Colson and wife, Fremont; Arthur Myatt, David City. City Comptroller Lobeck. who has been very sick with grip for the last two week., I. reported a. .lowly improving. He 1. till In bed and hi. fever continues to reach a high point each day. Although no se rious results are apprehended, his friends are considerably concerned about his con dition. E E. Mockett, & I Polln, Lincoln :' Fred Rltter, Talmaae; Howard Taylor. Henry rch. PUKr; J. O. Bergt AlU.na; T. Y. Young and wife, Alfred Johnson, Julian; Dr. J. W. Smith. Albion; J. J. Brunte. M. A. Crosby, Cortland: A. C. Palmer. H. C. Vesey. R E. Malr, Belgrade; L. W. Robert son, Kearney, are at the Merchants. T. N. Hall, Hastings: J. H. Hitch, Ge neva; A. C. Rawea, Mil ford; U. LHnar4, Fremont; H. O. McKelvIe, Lincoln; Ira Mallone. Spalding; U. A. Bates, Springfield; A. C. Freshman. Beatrice; K. M. Anderson, Ilattl Creek; William Llchtenherg, Nor folk; C. Sohlnstnrk, H. K." Kelso, West Point. wt guest, at U Murray last vsulug. ... Considerable talk Is heard on the street about the qualification, of voter, at tho coming election. City Attorney Lambert was aaked for an opinion and he sent a note to the city office, as follow: "To vote at the April election one must have lived In the state six months and sixty day. prior to a municipal election in the city of South Omaha. As for women voting, the statement Is made that women who desire to vote on school board mem bers must be 21 year, of age, have children of school age or taxable property. Such real or personal property must have been taxed ' at tha last annual assessment. Women will not he required to register under the election laws, but must be sworn when they cast their ballots. Members of the election board will be Instructed to pay particular attention to the voting of women and see to It that each takea the oath pro vided In the statutes." On account of the park and city hall bonds being declared void by the court recently particular attention will be paid to those who vote on these propositions this spring. It appears to be the Intention of the city officials to do everything pos sible to have the election regular In every way so that there will be no flaws to be found should a contest be made. Those who Intend voting must remember that a residence of aix months In the .tat and sixty days in South Omaha will be re quired before a vote can be accepted. There seems to be so little Interest In the election now that it would not be surpris ing If not more than 1,200 or 1,600 votes were cast. The council doea not seem In clined to permit the people to select a site for a city hall building, and unless this Is done the chance of the city hall bonds carrying are decidedly .Urn. Taking street talk assa criterion there seems to be but a few In favor of the park bonds. Oftlclal Opening; Friday. ' On Friday evening of this week the South Omaha High school building will be officially opened with appropriate cere monies. For the most part the program will consist of musical selections." An ad dress will be delivered by J. H. Van Duscn, and it 1. possible that some of the member of the Board of Education and Superintendent McLean and N. M. Graham, principal of the high school, will be called upon for a few remarks. The statue of Minerva, which has a place in the lobby - of the building, will bet un veiled. All of the decorations in the auditorium of the building have been "completed. Workmen are now engaged In putting the opera chairs together and setting them in place. For two nights tho men placing the 960 chairs have worked until 10 p. m., In order to have the auditorium in shape for the official opening. There are 200 in candescent lights In the auditorium. The big chandelier carries thirty-six lights. Then all around the room lights are placed. Over the stage twenty-flv lights have been pluced and the footlights number fifty. Those who have visited the build ing are enthusiastic over the construction and the accommodation, afforded to teach ers and pupils. Do Kot I, Ike Change. In making ' jrtit the list bf registration and vot(ng places the voting place In the First precinct of the Fifth ward lias been changed from the Bradford lumber yard to 720 North Twenty-seventh street. Thla change waa made for the reason that the mud ot the lumber yard Is about a foot In depth and that It Is out of the way. The present voting place Is located where everyone can reach It readily and with but little more walk than to the lumber yard. Some of the voters In the Fifth ward are complaining about the distance to walk to vote, but as the new location seem to Bt preferable to the old one there Is no chance for making a change on account of the complaints of a few. Will Complete llrldgo Sotfn. The sttel work on the new Burlington bridge at Thirty-eighth and L street. Is hearing completion. All of the steel spans aero., the tracks are In position and the flooring Is now being put down. It Is expected that by April 1 this bridge will be thrown open to the public and the grade crossing closed. As soon as this Is done the Burlington will commence lay ing additional sidetracks and switches in order to Increase the car capacity of the yards in this section of the city. Postmaster Wonts Rid. Postmaster Etter is advertising In The Omaha Bee for bids for fuel, lights, water, ice, laundry work, hauling ashes and sprinkling streets for the fiscal year end ing June 30, 1908. All bids must be sealed and sent to the postmaster by 2 p. m. on March 30. The government reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Contractor Hummell Kotilled. Wednesday afternoon City Clerk Glllln notified Uus Hammell to commence at once the laying of permanent sidewalks. Quito a list of walk, to be laid wa. sent the contractor. At the city engineer's of fice the statement Is made that the pres ent force Is kept butty setting stakes for walks that property owners are willing to lay Just as soon as the Contractor get his force In working order. In somu Instunccs the council has overlooked a number of walks In the downtown residence portion that should have been laid last year. Thla matter la to be taken up at once and more permanent walk will be laid this year than for several years past. Kaalt-s' Entertainment Friday M.ht. On Friday night of tjil week the Dress club of the local lodge of Eagles, will give a musical and athletic entertainment. The athletic portion of the entertulnment la designated as a rare card and It I ex pected that all South Omaha 'Eagles will attend. Frank Dorsey of Cincinnati and Robert Tythlll of Chicago will give an ex hibition at boxing. Next on the program will be Guy Buckles, a popular South Omaha athlete, and Frank Oreen of Sioux City. Clarence English and Peter Loch of Omaha will box for points. Refreshments will be served and those who attend are promised an enjoyable evening In the way of .port. 1 Want Urua.d Filled. A short time ago complaint wa made to the city officials about an alleged nuisance TEETH OF CHILDREN Fw mother know how vitally Important la lha car of g child' first teeth. '. 1 beauty of th permanent act depend almost ntlraly upon it. SOZODOWT TOOTH POWDER used with SOZODONT Liquid, prer.nte accumulation of tartar, yet beinr free from trlt dos nol scratch tha nam!. Do not iperlment on baby'a teeth. Insist on SOZODONT. t FORM 1 LIQUID. POWDaJL PaaTaV at Thirty-third and L street. It was al leged that th Cu lahy and Omaha Pack ing companies were dumping refuse on this ground, much to the annoyance of those re siding In the vicinity. Sanitary Inspector Jonea waa directed to make an investiga tion. Yesterday Inspector Jones Died a re port on tie conditions. He dorlares that the refuse dumped on this property Is salt, fuller' earth, sawdust and some manure. The Inspector states that there Is little odor arising from this dump. Notices have b?en served on the Cudahy company and the Omaha Packing company not to use this ground for dumping purposes until further notice. Mansger Vrquhnrt of the Omaha Packing company stated to In spector Jones that he wsnted the hole filled o as to be suitable for building purposes. Magi City Goaalp. M. P. Hinchey left last nlaht for Ex celsior Springs, to be gone a week or ten days. A bad washout In the street Is reported on F street, between Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets. The graders on C and D streets were com pelled to lay off yesterday afternoon on account of the rain. The Jetter Brewing company has taken out a building permit for a brick building to be constructed at Twenty-sixth and O streets. Julius Adrian, 25e8 II street, reports the birth of a daughter. John H. Burns ha gone to Willow Springs, Mo., for a few days. Some boy set fire to a bale of hav In Charles fiwerlnger barn yesterday after noon and threo nose companies were called. The loss waa confined to tha bale of hay. Some of the paved streets In the business portion of the city are being flushed by the firemen and city street force. The twentieth century way. Take DI NER'S DIGESTERS before meals. An ounce of prevention I worth N a pound of cure In Indigestion. At Myers-Dillon Drug Co. ' ' ' Free Lectnre on Vltoaophy. Vltosophy will be the subject of a lecture to tie given Sunday night at Washington hall by Prof. William Windsor, LL. B., Ph. D., ithe eminent phrenologist. He claims that poverty is a disease and can be cured. But the fact that It la not regarded as a disease and no attention Is paid to It proper remedy, has filled the world with financial wrecks. Vltosophy sets everything right by surveying the mental capacity of each Individual and putting htm In his proper place and vocation, besides Indicat ing the limit of his financial responsibilities. This work Is accomplished by the use of a machine called the phrenometer, a late In vention of Prof. Windsor's for examining the head, and he will each evening at his lecture make publio examination of prom inent citizen selected by the audience. Hia lectures are also Illustrated by the use of the Illuminator, a stereopticon ma chine by mean, of which portraits and other effects are produced without darken ing the room. As these lectures are free, no doubt the professor will have a large audience to greet him. , 13 K. wedding rings. Ed holm. Jeweler. Tho Aid of Garfield circle No. 11, Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, will meet with Mrs. N. E. Ripley, 1920 North Twenty-fourth street, Friday afternoon, March 24. Harry B. Davis, undertaker. Tel. 1226. Dinner Two Days. Chicken plo dinner .Thursday, March 23; roast beef and baked fish Friday, March :4; served by ladles, qf Hanscom Park church at Royal Arcanum ball, corner loth and Harney, from 11 to 2:30 o'clock. Oenuine Heyn pnotos .always are marked With an H before the Heyn. 318-20-22 S. loth St., 2-story building oq west side of street. Hallway Note, and Personals. General Manager ' HW!Irefe'e of the B. & M. has gone to RaMffrt. "T - General SupprlntenrtWH'Park of the Union Pacific Is in the west. Bi, , L. Storck, chief rate ,.clerk of the North western local geenral olCces, has gone to Chicago. General Manager G. F. Bldwell of tho Northwestern went to the Black Hills coun try on Tuesday. , John DeWItt of Chicago, general baggage agent of the Burlington, Is visiting for a few days In the city. Round trip rates of one fare plus $2 have been announced fof the annual meet ing of the Elks at Bulfalo, July 11-13. H. L. Lewis, chief clerk in the general pahSenger office at Burlington headquar ters, has gone to Hot Springs, Ark., lor a few 'weeks' vacation. P. C. Stohr, assistant traffic director for the Harriman lines, arrived here Tucsd-iy evening and proceeded west with J. A. Munroe. freight traffic manager of the Union Pacific. Ladle of the Maccabees Dance. Tha Ladles of the Modern Maccabees, Omaha hive No. 952, gave their first annual ball last evening at the Labor temple. It was certalnlv a grand success from every point of view. There was a large crowd firesent and everybody appeared to be hav ng a good time. The hive will hold Its reptular meeting next Wednesday evening and all mambcra are requested to be pres ent, as there Is Important business to be transacted. LOCAL BRtViTIES The scavenger tax sale for Thursday com mence. Bt Patterson Park subdivision and continues to Prospect Place. Roy Canning was fined $3 and costs in police court Wednesday, for alleged cruelty to animals. The charge was that he drove his horses too fast and beat them. Stephen Moloney and J. Benson, were arrested yesterday by Officer J. B. Wilson and charged with stealing Iron from the foundry of J. Zldell, Eighth and Jackson streets. Testimony was heard Wednesday In police court In the ce r ,tr-r r" field, charged with entering the house of W. H.. Arnold and scedim a .a..... i..' case was. continued for additional evidence. Bom PTper, accused of being accessory to a burglary In South Omaha, was found not guilty by a Jury In Judge Day's court. He had gone to the assistance of a brother who wa accused of having been caught in a' More. ' Tha people of Omaha will be pleased to learn that Chancellor E. Benjamin An drews of our state university is to lecture In the First Congregational church on Fri day night of this week. The subject. "Problems of Greater America," Is one of deep Interest to every thoughtful American cltlien. 2 ENTIRE DRESSMAR'C STOCKS J. L. Brandeii it Bona Announce Moet Im portant Purchases from W. W. Ooslin, 4 W. 37th St., Hew York and 42 Powell Are., Neport, R. L SALE BEGINS MONDAY, MARCH 27 The Most Elaborate and Fashionable Dress Material Kver Broaght to Omaha at the Most Astoandlac Bargain. We bought the entire stock on hand of W. W. Gosling, securing the goods from th New York establishment and th New port shop a well. This sale la by all odds the most Important bargain event of the year In Omaha on account of th ex tremely high quality of the goods and the extraordinary price at which they will be sold. These stocks comprise th,e finest spring drese goods (not an old number In the lot), silk Voiles, shepherd check voiles, Sicilians and mohair lustres, tailor cloths, worsteds, etc., dress and evening silks, made-up gowns, partly-made robea, laces and trim mings. Watch the papers for further par ticulars. The sale Is Monday, March 27. J. L. BRANDEIS A SONS. Props. Boston Store. Costume Carnival on skates. Thursday night at the Auditorium will occur the first costume carnival on, roller skates this season. The management has offered cash prises for the prettiest lady's costume, handsomest gentleman's costume, handsomest couple and best corolc costume. The price of admission and use of skate will remain the same as usual, excepting that seat. In the boxes will be 25 cent In stead of 10 cents. Carnival will begin at 7:30 land at 10 o'clock prise will be an nounced. Skater, may wear either mask or fancy costumes as they prefer. DIED. REED Lulu C, March 21, 1906, aged 33 years, beloved wife of C. R. Reed. Funeral from residence, 1508 North Eight eenth street, Thursday afternoon, March 23, at 1 o'clock. Interment In Forest Lawn cemetery. Friend. Invited. ANTI-BUNION SHOE FOR MEN AND WOMEN This shoe Is so made that even though you have bunions you can wear It with comfort and comfort fin your feet means everything to you. The special feature of these shoes Is the nurrow Instep and wide sole, snug fitting, yet plenty of room just where you need It the most. In lace only, In all sizes and widths soft kid stock, with specially prepared sole. Drexel Shoe Co., 1419 FAflNAM STREET, Omaha's Up-fi-lats Stioi Horn ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE. SALTED JIU JITSU (Pl'FFED RICE) SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT DYB ALL'S IBIS DOUGLAS STREET. zomulsion Car for Consumption Trial Bottle Free by stall 0aslsU. t riat St., Isrk HAND SAPOLIO FOR TOILET AND BATH It makes the toilet something to be n. j joyed. It removes all stains and roughness, ' prevents prickly heat and chafing, and j leaves the skin white, soft, healthy. In the bath it brings a glow and exhilaration Vhich no common soap can equal, Imparting the I vigor and life sensation of a mild Turkish I bath. All Grocers and Druggists. uas. viiSSLov's scoTKina SYRUP kss hem Mod by Mllllnns of Mothers for tlietr gullama wiuu TfteiniDK rur orer rinj vear. ft srwtiM Vie olilld. softens tbs sums, altars all pain, cares wlna oolla, ana IS I mm if for dutrrbmit. TvrKMTY.riVE CENTS A BOTTLE. TholI.J.PcnfoldCo. Othen Follow. SCIENTIFIC OPTICIANS. is oum nsw Tomo iim.s. 1408 Firnsm SL Omaha, Neb. Girls' and Hisses' Tailor Hade DROWNING, KING & GO. NEM TABLETS Indues restful sleep. Cur Nervoumeii, Stnmseh, Klduevand Uladiler troubles, sod produce Plump Beits. Stransth and Vilslltr. i Hold by Oruitirlsts. I By mail, tl.tKl ; or tlire boxe, W.7B. Alto NERVAN LAXATIVE PILL8 26 eta Kor saoiplaTshleis, enelos. 10 seats lo The Mervan Tablet t'o Cincinnati, O. h'ur Sal ky tst Beaton Drost, Co., and All Drnsalsts. yTHOS BEAUTIFUL 'J. 4rriJUbU WOliaaVO, M prudUCMl OUl La wsm imperial Hair Regenerator Yi?V;-Jth cleanest and most tasting H.tr Cot. Ss2LAiTa MONTHS, gsnipl of balroul. iimi um. ua ior ran-yiusi. IMPERIAL CHEMICAL MftL tQ.iiiW.U4 U., hew Iff. narsu. MoCGuuall lira. us.. U k i YOU KNOW IT'S SO The gotxla Lludaay carries you can dojteud tiyn. Hpcnd fe minute iu our store. LOOK FOH T1IK NAMK. S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler. wa Dougi. lutM. Women's $10.00 Coats, $6.90. Made of an excellent quality of all wool covert lia the very latest style of sleeve collarloss, finished off with braid natin lined posi tively worth $10.00 price 1 1 uru 'vri- $6.90 Women's $15.00 Coals .t $9.75 Made of the Terr finest coverts handsomely tailored including tho new Corset font with 3fl straps all around -as good as other stores sell at 1.V00 our price 1(1 "IB (KK $9.75 Wonen'f Jaunty 21 and 22-in. Coats W have an unlimited display of these beautiful up-to-date garments In the very finest Worn m bo Coverts every new Idea for spring Is represented in this lot of high class conts at tho very lowest prices. $14.75, $16.75, $19.75 and $22.50 Liaftiarr' Great Values, Women's Underweor. 40c COVERS, 25c 45C Vests & Pints 25C $1.25 Combination Suit, 75c 51.50,51.75 BA6S 5:. 00 20c HCSE for 10c. New, stylish corset covers, made of fine cambric, beautifully trimmed with lac. nd embroideries, every .hap and width, " with low dip front, perfectly mad and finished c quality Special price, 36c Ladles' medium weight, tuck stitch a cotton vest and pant for spring wear, vest with Ions; or short sleeves, kne or ankle length drawer, lace trimmed or plain, tight knee tha regular 45c quality Special price, 25c. Medium weight, ribbed, Sea Island cotton suit, for early spring wear, beautifully trimmed with .Ilk and .Ilk taped neck, long sleeves, ankle lengths regular $1.26 quality Special price 76o a suit. Special lot of beautiful new style of ladles' hand bags, all th latest colors of leather, every style handles, the long strap, the braided leather and the new Vienna handle, gilt and gun metal trimmings, fitted with purse and card case, all made to sell at II 50 and $1 75-Speclal price, $1.00. 1 ca.e children', good quality black cotton hose, seamless foot and fast dye, site. to 10, regular 20o value Special price 10 a pair. ALBUFF'S Three Layer Cakes PRICE 50 CENTS. i These are three layers of delicious rich cake with a rich, smooth filling. Made in all the popular flavors chocolate, maple,' jelly, marshmallow, nut, etc. All are made from the very choicest . ingre-. dients. Baked fresh every afternoon. Trice 50 cents each, delivered anywhere in the city. Order One Over the Phone. BALDUFF'S Phone 711. 1518-20 Par nam. WANTED A BY in every iowi to sell our new Saturday Bee. We will send any boy the first 10 COPIES SREE ' It contains 18 pages of special magazine features, including 10 colored pages with BUSTJfiK BltOWN COMICS, altogether 3d cages, and Js a big seller everywhere on Saturday YOU WAKE TWO CENTS PROFIT ON EVERY PAPER YOU SELL for Full Particulars Write (o The maka Bee, , i Omaha. Nebraska. SOMETHING NEW TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: We, the undersigned firm, a are to deliver for $8.50 one ton of our famous CAUNEY LUMP COAL, mined In tha great State of Wyoming, which la absolutely free from smoke and soot, burns Ilka oak wood, and ia a splendid substitute for bard coal for furnace use. ltemeiuber, we guarantee this coal in every respect Try one (on, and If not satisfactory, wa agree to remove same and refund you your money. Very respectfully, UNION FUEL CO. Talkers 268-310. IG4 Farnam tt. U1AW .