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1009. Bell Dong. SIS BOTH rXORBl BIX Handsome New Silks for Thursday "'.Every piece a beauty. Novel effects in stripes; new delight to the eye in Spot Proof Foulards; new Saphos and Mescalines in pretty shades of cedar, wisteria and eonard; new outing silk, the kind that can be laundered. New Hroclie novelties with just a suggestion of tiny figure on a fine checked ground. See Them the Handsome Man-Tailored Skirts to Your Special Measure Perhaps it Is their skilled thorough tailoring that Rives them their smart air. In fact, you can turn all the skirts Inside out, for thejr are all right down to the last stitch. You select any material you like, color or black; we make it to your special measure. Our windows are worthy of a look New Spring hats and new suits are featured In our 16th St. window. 6p U - J - suffrage amendment to It In committee of the whple. Friends of suffrage consented t expunge the record with regard to these amendments If the Howard bill was ad vanVed and this was ordered. DemnrrataTrall Alone;. Tjie eleventh houV lnfrodirtfon ot A 'bill regelating watering of corporation st'ick by Xlovernnr Shallenberger on the heels of .thf slaughter of such a bill introduced by a republican li tbo, innate, la fusing .rn,ch comment bnu( t'he itate house. The fact that thjn matter a not thought of u.itll the Rrn measure, which had beeffitofore the senate nearly I lie entire spssinn, was taken 'irjV he-taken ' an Indication that ,1 lie exey.)tve Irt tiylnBto cover and took the opTirtu'nrty.'oiily betftiise It was nces nary to sae the' party's face. Being Intro duced Sir U'ltv ttt MfiA'Vvion, the chtTnce or defeating h I excellent? The 'democratic bill practically covers I hi" aame ground that was so long overlooked In the Hi own measure. - Kill l.lapoln 4 barter. Mayor Urown's dcinocratlc house, ef rrprenentHtives threw one over the perFons In IJncolii who are attempting; to pass a charter rMll , wUU wUlcb, Uie mayor and many business 'men are dlsxntlsflcd and temporarily, at leant, killing tho measure. The bill came up on third reading late this afternoon and after several calls of tha house It received 44 vote to 4 against It Ilrown of I.ancaNter and Taylor of llttch enck. who are for the bill, voted In the negative In order to be In a position to eeure a reconaideratlon tomorrow if possi ble. Tha charter was framed by a eel f -appointed charter committee, which even failed to Invite Mayor Brown to express his opinion mi the matter. It was rushed through the senate and then the business men of L,ln,cdln got busy. They signed petitions and filed thvm wtlh the house protesting against- jthc chaTter unless It was amended so that It could He voted upon by the people. Senator Miller and others stated that It would be Impossible to carry the charter at a special election and for that reason they objected to he amendment. Dr. Hall rind, other prominent business men opposed tiro, measure, along wtlh the mayor. Under lis provisions thee men would' have 'eheolure-' charge of the city government and all of he city's finances and paving matters. "To what do you ascribe the defeat of the Lincoln charter?" was asked of Sen ator Miller, the introducer, tonight after the vote had been taken. "Beer," aald tha senior senator from the capital city as he brought his fist down on a desk. ' "The brewera of the state thought they aaw county option concealed In Its sections somewhere and ordered It voted down." Ylevht dqaeak for Omaha Flrrmea. Omaha firemen and policemen whose sal aries were adjusted In the new Omaha charter. In the main being raised above the old standard, k will have a close shave to get thele mcuiey. Today It was discovered that (he charter bill S. F. 1 which had been signed by the governor In the repeal ing clause omitted to repeal the section of the old charter which was amended to pro vide the salary changes. This would have left the old wage scale standing. In order to remedy thla defect Governor Bhallcn berger, at the Instance of Senator Kanaom, sent to the senate a new bill covering the defect, which was read the first time today. New Bnlldlaasa A creed To. The senate today agreed to pass bills ai! . M ra ra . Hats ... for f Tony " Juveniles BOYSV HATS mi, 1 aesmeaaaeea. BOYS' CAPS MISSES HATS TBF Y0UW0 OWM AD !GFnJs " HATS I31&-I9J7 DoutfldS Street Omaha Net. ACS AX. I. Dim. lad. A-1141 24 - 9 appropriating I70.WK) for two new buildings at the Beatrice Institute; $40,000 for an ad minlHtratlon building at the Fetu Normal; l&O.ooo for a new wing to be added to the Kearney Normal school. Senator Howell ssked to find out what n"fe total of a, ..rop- 'at Ions would amount to, b it the sena r f i jtn Lancaster had not figured this out and said it did not make any difference. Randall M'lrku Keaxney Methods. Discussion of the Kearney Normal bill brought from Randall of Madison an amendment that the new structure should not be built out of cement blocks. He charged that scandal had grown out of the erection of the building and when Senator Majors, who was a member of the board erecting the building denied this, Randall asked If a member of the board had not been Interested In the contract and If the architect had not had trouble with the contractors. "Not to my knowledge." declared 8enator Majors In reply."But I do know It to be a fact that the contractors were out about Jln.ono on the contract and that the state has not a single building erected for I50.0TO that Is so commodious as this. The con tractor, gave a bond for repairs and was rigidly held to government test of blocks." Senator Randall asked If Member Gregg of the Board of Education was not Inter ested In the contract for the building and If Dr. Thomas, president of the school, was not owner of a patent on an appliance for making the cement blocks used. Senator Majors said these matters were not In his knowledge and Senators OUIs and King explained that Investigation had revealed that Mr. Gregg was a stockholder In a hardware company that had furnished some fixeures for the building and that Dn. .Thomas owned a patent for making cement blocks which lie had devised out of the experience, received In construction of the school, but that he did not have the appliance at the time tha school was built and had In fact soid It. The Bencite, with the exception of Sena tor Randall, took the view it was not good business to handicap the board that would have to build the new school by specify lng the kind of material that should be used. Further, It was expressed that ce ment blocks had been proved a good building material and should not be 'con deinned If properly manufactured. The hill was recommended to pans. In the form It came from the senate. flooding Companies' Charges. The senate did not complete discussion of S. F. S9I, by Bartos, today when it was brought up In committee of the whole, because of a question raised by some of the attorneys whether the btate had the right to fix the rate of charges made by companies of this character for bonds, h'lgures were produced to allow that the companies had evidently by agreement raised the premiums on bonds for state officers In some Instances as high as 300 per cent. He said tills wad a combination It was high time the state should step In and stop. The bill, which had been favored by Speaker Pool In the house, gave to the auditor, the attorney general and the governor the right to tlx premiums. Finish va Senate Files. Today no Henate files will be advanced In the upper house unless by majority vole, the senate having agreed to this on report of the special Joint commit tee appointed to determine the day to stop consideration of bills In the house in which they originate. This does not mean that senate files have been post poned, but that the work of the sifting committee of the senate has stopped, ex- and CaDs Thousands of Juveniles will be all tha hip pier Tail spring because of our well timed ' hat styles fashion loving boys especially. Take, for lnataaoe. La new felt fcaW) there's a Terr unique roll rim, turn flow front style here that aTUBT appeal. Most Jaunty, at ti.as yv spring cataloyxt . tent free. A little fellow sy from 4 to 10 years will take to our new exhibit of spring oapa aa tha firoverblal duck "takes to water." The showing ncludea all ef those smart Stons; roll rimmed i talf, and newest "collerj Bull Xar styles, eta, holoe of this line, at 77 . ....... . Xew tpring catalogue tent fret. Tha school girl of tody IlPf tha girl of a few years ago. You'll notice that In her OB atAVD for style each style as is shewn la our sew wide brimmed straw fcata for school wear some sash trimmed all marvels of precise fash ioning. fa.M and as low as , frog yew tpt ing caialugut tentjrtt. Oar stock of Misses' hats Is TXII spring anlte larger, and more expertly styled, than that of AaTT prevloue season. lKHk to us for AXXi of those aew mushroom shapeei thoee nattily tall or shirt waist hats la MUaoa, Fanamae, etc. At 93.60 on upward to aiO.00 PEOPLE'S TORC r-w-arVTM Willi a Sa?JLV rVTIl aV 0k II I? IVL cept as to house rolls and that It will take action of the eenaie-at-lerge to ad vance any more senate bills. Renstor Volpp tried to Induce the t-en-ete to agTee to final adjournment March SO, but action of the upper house was again deferred, being put over until trl day. COISTV OPTION I, All) OM SHELF lleaee Pat the Ualetae tfcr Mwnr, (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. March 23.-(8re lal.)-County option Is dead forever and eternally In sofar as this legislature Is concerned. It was killed In the house this afternoon In a clear cut fight and It, was killed several days ago In jthe senate. The vote against the measure was 52 to US for it. When Ihe bill came up In the committee of the whole a motion was carried to limit debate to fifteen minutes for each side. Boyd of Hamilton county. Introducer of the measure, made a plea for It In the name of "let the people rule." He atated that from 76 to 90 per cent of the crime com mitted In the atste was trsceable directly to the saloons. Graff of Cuming made the principal spoech against the hill. He argued that If the temperance people had agreed to the measure they should put a ticket In the field and elect It. He told of his trip thnaigh Kansas, .where he said In one sec tion of the country the people were op posed to prohibition, and as a result they violated the law every day. These people favored license, but being unable to secure that they aimply violated the law. The people of Cuming, he said, were opposed to the bill, and those people, he said, were the vest on earth. The bill, he said, would not give the people home rule. Taylor cf Tork in his argument for the bill srgued that the cougtv had to pay the costs 'of prosecutions growing out of the sale of liquor and therefore the county should have the opportunity to vote on the question of licensing saloons. Thlessen of Jefferson w; :ure the tem perance people would not be satisfied even If the bill passed. McColl of Q-g said no man in the house would defend the liquor business. But he said saloons had been shut out ot Beatrice and now the temperance people and the preachers were In favor of doing away with prohibition there. He advocated the enforcement of the present liquor law nd said the temperance people did not have the backbone to enfoYc tha laws Noyes of Cass advocated the bill and predicted the legislators who apposed It wculd find It a live wire two years from row. Brow of Sherman spoke for It. ROUTINE! PROCEEDINGS OF SENATE Principal Work la (tending Sm Measures Over to the House. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, March 24 r?peclal.)The sen ate passed the following bills: 8. F. 406, by OUIs of Valley Public ware house trill. . F. 4os, by OUIs of Valley County boards authorized to buy experiment farms at an expense of not over 11,001) the first year. . 8. F. 373. by Miller Regulating the sale or drugs and opium. 8. F. anil, by Ketchum of Thayer Guards along railroad bridges. 8. F. 3!M. by Laverty of Saunders Roads beside drainage ditches. H. R. 123, by Commltte on Education Appropriating $75,000 for weak school dls trlcts. H. R. 270, by Blystone of Lancaster Ap proprtates Sl.OOO for housing Grand Army relics. H. R. 227, by Gates of Sarpy Appropriates 13.000 for South Bend fish hatchery. H. R. 309, by Committee on Fish Culture Appropriates 13,000 lor Cherry county fish hatcheries. H. R. 897, 1y Taylor of HUehtock-Appro priates f53 for resurvey of Fifth guide meridian In Dundy county. H. R. 112 by Fries of Howard Permit ting a l-inlll emergency Drldge levy in county. S. F. 336. by Diers of York Antl-tradlng stamp bill. 8. 369, by Banning Five to 2o-mlll levy tor roaa improvement in a county. ROUTING PROCEEDINGS OF HOUSE Kelley Gets Favorable Action on Hta Farm Dill. LINCOLN, March 24.-Speclal.)-Kelley of Furnas county, who hss been working like a Trojan ever since the session began to secure an appropriation of $100,000 for an agricultural farm In western Nebraska, had the house recommend his bill for passage this morning. Clark of Richardson, chair man of the finance committee, fought the bill and so did Boelts of Merrick, but Kelley secured a fsvorable vote In the committee of the whole. The following other bills were recom mended for passage In the committee of the whole at the morning session : H. R. 509. by Humphrey of Lancaster Appropriating $2.0ii0 for the use of the Stock Growers Improvement association. H. R. 271, by Young of Madison Appro priating $18,000 for the Norfolk aaylum. II. R. 472. by Gerdes of Richardson Re peating the law providing for the payment of expenses of supreme Judges. If. R. 467, by Humphrey of Lancaster Providing for a board of control for the state Institutions waa indefinitely, post poned. COLDS CAl'SE HEADACHE. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy, removes cause. Call for full name. Look for signature, B. W. GROVE. 26c. FIGHT AGAINST TAX ON TEA (Continued from First Page.) on beer if I get a chance to do so," said Mr. Haugen. "I find there ia much senti ment aigalnst the tax on tea or coffee among the house members," continued Mr. Haugen. "It Is based on the Idea that it Is not wise or Just to put a tax on the breakfast table. An additional tax could be put on beer without working a hardship to anyone. At the time of tha Spanish war the brewers rarsed their prices In consequence of the Increase of the tax and they have never lowred thm, though th tax was reduced again. They have made millions of dollars In consequence of thla." Mr. Haugen predicted there would be a strong movement to get the tea tax re moved and to prevent any coffee tax, with more tax on beer. He said there would be no difficulty in organizing It. Representative Norrls this morning ac companied Mr. and Mrs. Trout of Wood vllle, Neb., and Introduced them to Presi dent Taft. F M. It. Ollnn. Mrs. Elisabeth Smith with her daughter. Frances, and son, Holden, have left Washington after a two month's visit, for Omaha, and their home In Chadron. ' They are spending the week's end in .Atlantic City. Rural carriers appointed: Nebraska Harley, route 2, Percy Catlett, carrier, Al bert D. Stevens, substitute. 8outh Dakota Poland, routes 1 and 2, Harry C. Dodd, carrier) Arthur 'Lauge, aubstitute. Advaare Net lee af I la at Sale at l.aaiea' Sarlaar Salta at tha Veaples Store. t Saturday we will place on sale 166 ladies' sample suits. These garments were bought by our eaatern buyer from two-thirds to one-half less their regular value. Assortment Includes the v-r, .a est styles, made In this season's favorite colors, snd newest materials. Butts actually worth from ISO to IS on sale Saturday for cash or easy payments at Ml BOY IDENTIFIES MAN AND WOMAN (Continued from Flnt Fas. as a nurae while the boy wss In her hands A short time before the people wer picked up by the police we secured her disguise snd two of her grips. The moment she entfredmy office I threw the nurse's arron ctei her shmilders and placed the cap on hor head. She objected at first, but finally smiled and admitted that the goods be longed to her." Man Trie to Escape. The suspects were landed In the polic1 ststton late Tuesday night after the man had made a desperate effort to eecape from the police. He Jerked away from Captain Shattuck on the street near the police sta tion and ran. Captain Shattuck fired two shots at the fleeing man and the suspect, thoroughly frightened, stopped and surren dered. Oh. it's ay off now." said the woman, as she entered the police station door. "You got us dead right. There will be hell In Sharon when Buhl hears of this.', When the woman was searched In the police station .1W In bills of $5. $10 and t-tl denominations were found aewed care fully on the Inner side of her skirt. All but $40 of the money was done up In $'00 packages. Tills Is the shape In which Mr. Whltla withdrew the money which he paid to the kidnapers In this. city. A general description Of the packacea of money was read over a telephone to Mr. Whltla at his home In Sharon, and he said he be lieved It was the $am money which, ne had left ssj a - ransom fori the captors of his sen. -Bills and' loe enknge to Ihe amount of $f8,60 were found, Jn. the pocketa of the man suspected-when he was searched. This brought the tottd amount' of money" which the two suspects Vhd up to $9,848.66. ' At first ths woman refused to talk to the police. She Is said to' have been slightly Intoxicated when arrested, and hoping that her condition might be better later, the po. lice locked her up for a few hours. Shortly before daybreak Chief Kohler escorted her Into his private office and .then began .1 grilling examination of her. She appeared Boy Kept tn Old House. Willie WhlUa's place of captivity while he was kept In Clcve'and waa an old, aban doned residence on Prospect avenue, south east, dlsgonally opposite Plymouth Con gregatlonal church. This fact was learned by the police, acting on meager Information furnished them by the hoy before he wag taken to Sharon by his father. The house hit upon by the kidnapers has been unoc cupied for some time. In the rear of tho building are stables While imprisoning the Whltla boy In the old residence the kidnapers, man and woman, ste most of their meais at the restaurant of the Hotel Thrope, 2313 Pros pect avenue, southeast, across tho street This enabled them to return to their cap tive wtlhout leaving him alone long. "About five days ago," said Thomas E. Thorpe, the proprietor of the hotel today, "a man and woman began coming to the hotel for their meals. I know now that they resembled he descriptions I have read of the kidnapers. Neither offered any Information concerning their business. The man wore darks spectacles, the very ones, I suppose, that the boy had on at the time of his return. They had never brought the boy heru." The discovery of "Billy" Whitla's hiding place waa made by Detective Bernhard after a talk with "Billy." The boy remem bered little distinctly, but he recalled that he had been kept In a. house from which he could see tall trees a stone church and the sign of TThorpe'a Hotel." Many Hints at Mystery. SHARON, Pa., March S4.-Important and sensational developments concerning tho Whltla case and the woman suspect under arrest are expected to occur In Cleveland this afternoon. Rumor has It that the woman la person ally known to the entire Whltla family and efforta will be made to have prose cution stopixd. An Information made here thla morning has been destroyed. It Is said. The absence of Francis H. Buhl, the mil lionaire member of the family, was com mented upon freely. It will be remembered that when the woman waa arrested in Cleveland yesterday she declsred: 'There will be h I In Sharon whon Buhl hears of this." What sctusted Mrs. Whltla to go to Cleveland with her husband and two chil dren, Willie and Sullna, cannot be atated definitely. Many rumors are rife this aft ernoon. It Is said that Incidents happen ing a number of years ago have been sud denly brought up by the abduction of tho boy. Divorce Suit Figure In Case. It is alleged that a divorce suit, which oc curred some time ago. Is playing an Impor tant part In the kidnaping case and that it Is desired to conceal the details of a scandal which has no direct bearing upon the abduction affair. The informations made here this morning were destroyed and new informations charging "John Doe" and "Mary Doe" with abduction were substituted. The cause of doing this is said to have been due to mistakes made In Cleveland. Since the day following the abduction rumors have been rife that a prominent woman who formerly lived in Sharon might be implicated in the case. This woman knows all that could be known concerning the Whltla family and Mr. Whltla a finan cial standing would be perfectly known to her. The supposition here is that every point of the case was arranged by the woman. Tha man, of course, stole the boy from tha school, but outside of this the woman was tha leader, it is said by detectives today that tha kidnaping case has cost Mr. Whltla $30,000. . DENVER IN THROES OF STORM . (Continued irom First Page.);- now prevails In he northwestern section of the state, with reeaing weather. Six Killed In Texaa. FORT WORTH. Tex.. March a.-Reports received here today from Wise county, thirty miles north of here.- say that a ter rific electrical storm swept that county early today tnd that four persons were burned to dealh In a fire which followed. Tlie town of Blidelt la reported practically destroyed by the storm'a fury and only two houses were, left standing; ' Many farm TO DO GOOD WORK- Clear the brain quit coffee and use POSTUM la avery well-boiled, steaming cup, there's "health and satisfaction. "ThfTc'a l He" k Mm 'i An Exquisite Souvenir Hat Pin Presented to Every Visitor. Largest Retail Mil linery House in the State. houses throughout the county were wrecked. Bridgeport and Decatur are said to have suffered heavy losses. Two negroes. Henry and Will Cook, were killed by lightning near Bander. i Later advices received at Sanger from the storm-swept area gives an Increasing death list. A. D. Price, a farmer, his wife and five children and a farm hand were burned to death three miles north of Slldell by the destruction of their home. Twenty persons are reported Injured. The storm first appeared about midnight, when It struck the Price home while the family were asleep. The wind and rain came with tornado-like fN-ce from the northwest. The path of the storm was five miles wide. Fifty houses and stores at SlUlell were completely wrecked. At Bollver, eight miles east of Slidcil. many hoimes were blown down. Two negroes named Clark were killed. The home of C. M. lialley was destroyed snd the members of tho family bruised snd cut. Wires are down In all directions and news from the towns In the storm's path Is coming In slowly. CLARK ATTACKS TARIFF BILL (Continued from First Tage.) to be reported on the day the Payne bill passes the house, according to present Intentions of the republican members of the committee who are holding dally ses sions. Consideration of the schedules on earthenware and pottery was begun and concluded today. Ideas presented by Senator Aldrlch yester day In favor of reducing public expendi tures so as to fit the normal revenues of the government rather than expand the Income to growing extravagance, is re ceiving general support among senators. ; It Is now believed It will be possible to I avoid all forms of special taxes, especially as government officials are counting con fidently upon better Industrial conditions throughout tlje country as soon as disposi tion Is made of tariff legislation. "Few controversies between republican members of the finance committee are an ticipated. The tariff experts In the employ of the committee, It Is said, regard such questions as those of free lumber and free hides as purely "sentimental," being con vinced that placing them on the free list would subtract very little from the rev enues of the country and that the importa tion would be so Infinitesimal as not to enter appreciably Into competition with American lumber and American hides. 3 a result of the harmony which exists behind the locked doors of the finance Committee room, the Impression Is grow ing that the real tariff luw will be mudj in conference after bills have passed both houses. These conferences,. It Is suld, may continue for several weeks. Tho senate committee will begin holding night sessions within a few days. bali, si;ao ori;s at um Flret tiame Rooked nllh Wesleyan and Second at York. LINCOLN. March S4.-(8noclal.-Two games are oooked for the fornhusker bas ball men this week. The opening game of the seaaon will be played tomorrow after noon at I'nlverslty Tlare with the Wesleyin university nine. The second contest of the week will be pulled, off Saturday, when Coach Kox will Journey to York with his candidates for a meeting with the business ' college team of that city. Coach Fox said today that his men were now In shape to put up a good article of ball and he expects them to trim the Wesleyan collegians In the initial game to morrow. Last spring the Methodists proved to be too strong for the Cornhuskers In the opening game of the season and gave "Bllile'' Fox's pupils tho short end of a large score. This season the Cornhuskers are determined to take the opening game and thua clinch the championship of the state before the regular games on the Nebraska schedule sre started. The fifth mum il gymnusilc exhibition of the university will be held In the armory on Friday evening. The Nebraska gym nastic team, which Is to compete In the annual western intercollegiate meet In Lin coln on April 10, will be selected as a re sult of the work done In this contest. In addition to the regular events a fenc ing contest and a wrestling bout will be pulled off with university students as the nartli'lnanta. The class relay race for the Lclismplonshlp of the university will also be run off at this time. Anong the patrons and patronesses at the contest will be Regent and Mrs. Allen and Chancellor and Mis. Avery. COI.E TO tOAtlt KF.HRASKA AGAIW Sends Ilia Acceptance to the Athletic Board. LINCOLN. Neb., March 24 (Special Tele gram ) William H. Cole, coach of the Corn husker foot ball team for the last two sea sons, tonight wired from Ann Arbor. Mich., his acceptance of the offer of the head coach position with Neprasna ior next yi-r. The Job was tendered to him two months ago hv the Nebraska ainienc mmra. nui he wanted to succeed Charles II. Balrd as a director of athletics at Michigan and held off on the Cornhuskers until the Wolverine position was filled. "King" Cole Is retained at Nebraska at a salary of fl.. that being the same he was paid last season. At the head of the Cornhusker foot ball coaching svstem for the last two years Cole ha proved a maker of ati otig grldlmn "ia.i I ies.. During Ills first season at the B'ate university he put out an eleven that won Hie Mlscouri vsllev chamolonslilp. Last fall the team mas equallv strong, dcfeati-il Aim tied Minne sota, but lost the final game of the title race to Kansas. Albion Bar with l.lnrolo Tram. ALBION. Neh.. March 24 Special.) Fre mont Wlllott. one of the fastest and heavi est Mttlng base Iiall pliyers ever developed In this citv. left for Lincoln for a try-out with the Lincoln Western leigue t-am. Those who are familiar with Wlllott's fast work are confident that he will make good. Bee Want Ads Are Business Boosters. 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Meal Tickets Free at Hanson's Ever person who takes a meal at To'.t Ejanson's basement restaurant may guess the number who visit there during toe day. t-very day the neareet guess wlas meal book Tl( Hanson's Innct) Room The most attractive, brlgheat. elrUel snd moat economical lunch room to Uinat.a ill HOTEL ROIVIE Tabl d'Hote Dinner $1.00. overy evening 6 to 8 GOOD MU8IC both foreign and domestic for your inspection is ; l Striped Fabrics The SNAPPY and CORRECT thing this season for the fastidious dresser. In Blue. Brown, Tan and Graf fab rics, ranging from the fine HaJr Line effects to the bold and aggressive Club Stripes and which appear to ,be the favorites. The newest effects in Spring and Sumc.er weaves go on show today. We employ none but the best skilled tailors and cutters to look after your order. This means satisfaction to us both. Trousers $6 to $12. Suits $25 to $50 TAB LOR WILLIAM JERREMS SONS, 200-11 South 15th St. af nnnTnrn a tju m i nuiuuitni iiiwivai Not Mere) PHOTOGRAPHING but PHOTOGRAPHIC ART NO WAT 16 n 6 HOWARD SHtllEHENTI. BOYD'S 7KI9AT XVSNiao BAT. MATXsTXB Russian Symphony Orchestra AWD BEN GREET PLAYERS XV BXAKXSPZAmS'B "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at. Its. "BOKEO 1KD JOTC-IET" VOBXTXTBItT BO rail LIST. Ho one seated after rise of curt aim. BUB., MOM- TUZI., WIS,, TXTTBB. Wednesday Matinee OKABX.XB TBOBMAB Offers Henry Bernateln'a Remarkable lay "THE THIEF." Ms I Phones: Uoug. Hot; Ind.. A-liOl Blaborate Bosnia Prod actios ef the Poetical Drama "Ml.PAH" By Ilia Wheeler WUoex. Metal Toee., Tkuxs. k Bat, Heatt "BBCAUBB III X.OTXD XXaf BO" KRUG Theater XCATTBBB TODAT TOBIOXCT LUELLA MOREY IB "THE HOLY CITY" Tbars "II1DOWI OT A OBBAT CXTT OBXIQBTOB W " ww "wINOAr4 ADVAIpBD TAUBBTXX.tX t , ' . Statins Svery Day SilS. Bvery Kicks BUS (irigolattl's Aerlul Baikal, JuUe fiejriJ ft CO.. Billy Van, Nutrelty Dancing -oyr.'lAi. aid A Carson, Beranl A Nevartv JVnda. ljell A Fonda: Klnodrome. i'rlcua lOo, 2uc and 50c. - AUDITOHIUM Friday Nlo. - MmroH as Champlooaaip Mates aetweea FKANK GOTCH ' Champion of the World and- JACK PtHriKLU Champion of Italy Xeeerred Bat Vale now on, 75e, fl.00 and 81. SO. Blngslde $1.50. Oeneral Ad mission 60c. The PaxtonCafe 14th eaa remain sits. HAL PI I K1TCHI-.N. I'llUP.' "Th Vopolar Oafs ef Omaha Prompt service, reasonable pi lues, and perfect appointment are tn rcaaope of Its popularity. , fly ordering half portions at the "Paxton" you get more variety without adding tu Ihe cost. "Meet Tons meads at the Vastea" TV. 1 V nrnn