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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1903)
THIS OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1003.
COMPLAINS AGAINST HUSBAND
Wonaa Bays the la I)rfae While
pease Spends Money 'or
Mr. Bert Weugh, residing st 802! Llnd
sey street, called t police headquarters
yesterday end told pitiful tale. Mra.
Waugh stated that her husband's fondness
for liquor had reduced the family to a atate
of almoet complete destitution, and as a
conaequenre of his squandering every cent
wblch he might chance to earn for drink,
there was but little food In the home.
"I hare four small children at home
now," aald the weeping wife, "waiting for
me to return with food. God knows that
I am unable to get It. They have Insuffi
cient clothing to withstand the raises of
this winter and are being kept in the house
to protect them from Illness. We ara with
out fuel. We have received some fod and
fuel from neighbors."
Mrs. Waugh was accompanied by her
mother, Mra. Mattle McManlgal, with whom
he resides, and who also made a plea for
assistance. Waugh has wealthy parenta In
Marcellua, Mich., from whom he receive
money, but which, his wife says, never
reaches her hands. He waa fined fl and
costs in the police court Friday for being
found drunk. Mra. McManlgal will prefer
charge against him for neglecting hla fam
ily. The two women were directed to the
mayor for temporary assistance.
RATES ON EXCESS "BAGGAGE
Jobber Iadare Railroad Com pa alee
to Poitpon Ko forcemeat
of New gehedale.
The protest of the Jobber at Missouri
liver point against the Increase In the
minimum charge for excess baggage baa
resulted In a temporary agreement
whereby the railroads will postpone the
enforcement of the new rule from March
1 until April 1 and will give the Jobbers
an opportunity to meet the general passen
ger agents aom time during the month
of March, when the situation will be can
VMaed and final action taken in the matter.
Some of. the roads had gone so far a
to Issue instructions to agent, making the
order . effective March 1, but these in
structions have been superseded. In the
time between now and the data of meet
ing the Jobber on the river will make
arrangements to send a strong delegation
to the meeting of the passenger agenta,
and they hope to have the present rate
The tannery Treat
I not a fact, but a subject of more Im
portance to the public, I a nw method
adopted by us through the agency of the
celebrated Barnes A Erb new steam
press machine. It Is no longer neces
sary to iron the life out of a shirt to
glv It the proper finish. The New Won
der Worker do It all by pressure, thus
Insuring three times the wear out of a
shirt wtJile reproifuclng the appearance
of a new one each time It la returned from
the laundry. We have the only machines
of this kind in the west, and respectfully
request the public to give them a trial,
and we will be pleased to show the New
Wonders working to all visitors.
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY,
211 3. 11th St. Tel 254.
No change In prices.
Have Root prl.it It.
Genuine Imported beer on draught. Ed
Maurer', 1306 Farnam atreet.
Very Lonr Rates.
Both one-way and return trip tickets at
very low rate will be sold via Missouri
Pacific railroad and It connections, to
certain point south and southwest. Limit
of round-trip tickets twenty-one days.
Stop-over allowed on going Journey. On
sale Tuesday, February 17. . For further
Information call at company' office, S. E.
cor. 14th and Douglas sts., Omaha, Neb.
T. F. GODFREY, Pas and Tkt. Agt.
A. B. Huhermann, only direct diamond Im
porter In the west. Cor. ISth and Douglas.
NEW LEASE FOR FIELD CLUB
Cesaty Board Extend Teraa on Forty
Acre Near the
At yesterday's meeting the Board of
County Commissioner granted the re
quest of the Omaha Field olub for a alx
and one-half years' extension of the club's
leaf on a forty-acre tract- adjoining the
club'a grounds and owned by the county.
The board accepted and filed the reports
of the sheriff and clerk of the district
court, such offices being fee. office. The
sheriff's report (bowed that the salary
total for each quarter had been 2,080 and
the year' postage total $140, making a
grand total of $8,460 disbursed, or $881.61
more than was received. Clerk Broad
well' report showed total receipt of
$22,467.84 and disbursement of $17,681.82.
leaving a balance of $4,835.62 on hand Jan
uary 1. 1903.
E. T. Heyden of the real estate firm of
Hasting Jb Heyden, l'vea next Saturday
venlng, February with. evral parties
to Alberta, Canada, to select farm lands for
a number of Omaha parties. Mr. Heyden
looks for a big advance in prlee a toon
as spring opsns. Price of land rang
from $4 to $8 an acre on term of $1.60 to
$2.60 an acre down aa first payment and
the balance In five years.
Goa to the Philippine Service.
Dr. Harry Dell, for three year assistant
meat Inspector for the government at
South Omaha, ha been appointed expert in
animal husbandry In the Philippine aerv
ice. In the civil service examination he
was suocenful in competition with vet
erinary surgeons from all parte of the
country. Dr. and Mrs. Dell will sail from
San Francisco for the Philippine Island
There' only on Stonecrpher. H print.
To Member of Ak-Bar-Ben Lodge 'No.
822, A. O. V. W.i You and your famllle
are requested to attend tbe memorial serv
ices of Ak-8ar-Ben lodge No. 821 at their
hall. Seventeenth and Vinton streets, st
S p. m. sharp Sunday, February 18. By or
der of committee.
The Great Southwest
Most Direct Line
Kansas City and St. Louis
EAST, SOUTH AND
Hot Spring, Ark.. Ban Antonio, Tex., and
all RESORTS EAST AND WEST.
For information call on
T. F. GODFREY,
Passenger and Ticket Agent, -Omaha,
H. C. TOWNSEND.
O. P. A T. A.. St. Louis. Mo.
We ' seem to got Into trouble when we
don't intend to. Our little "ad," tJON'T
BE A CLAM made somebody mad ao mad
h- thiv saIiI thev were 1uat Ilk nni
TKK1 and being road they surely mult ha
a mad dog. . It Is reported that sucking
penny stamps from patenta medicine bot
i. v.m dA bualnaaa and at Hma
Nil . i -
counting when you can buy goods at Ful
ler a tor ine nniuwiui y,tv
$Ao Bromo Seltior ....
$1 00 Bantal Mldy
ti.m m a.f
$1 00 Brou
tl 00 Areenauro
il 00 Morcauro
C 00 Tarrant's Paate ..
$1 00 No-to-BaO
o Copaiva, Capsules .
Fuller Drue 5 Paini Go.
114 S. 1 4th MrccL TeL 349.
Economy is the life saver of your
pocketbook. And when It comes to
buying a piano, w have ,a life raving
crew with medals In such pianos as
the KNABE, KRAJJICH A BACH.
KIMBALL, HALLJ-.T A DAVIS.
STERLING. MATHUSHKK, LINDE
M AN SON, ICR ELL, SCHUMANN,
WHITNEY, HOSPB, 8WGKTUND
All these PIANOS are, Sold at
economy prices and veonomy
terma aome aa low as S8.00 per
month. . ' 1 ' '
When we mention (economy we
mean we sav you money. We give
you the quality; we save you on the
TERMS ;we save you trouble in the
future by selling only uch Instru
ments which we protect by the HOSPE
GUARANTEE. And you know what
Ja.t a few of the many special
bararalns for MONDAY la oar
FEBRUARY PIANO SALE
Kingsbury Uprlg-bt MahOg CftA
any case, good as now. , . , . Q J U
Miller Upright, large else, I C
Hal lt 4s pavis need Cabinet lMf
Kimball, Mahogany case,
Sample Piano, Walnut case,
Besides many oar loads of n
Pianos. Prices such a $137. $148.
$162, $178, $195, $210, $227.
1 . v
t following prleesi
BTARR . q
Walnut case.- .. , iJSO
wm inky & holmes cor
High top 4'
Walnut oase ...."
WESTERN 1 CI 9
v. aauw. .... ,,...... -w '
New Organ In- Chapel Styles. Cab
inet parlor stylos and piano case
styles in oak, walnut and mahogany,
ranging in price rrom az.uu up.
Pianos Tuned, Moved and Repaired.
A. UOSPE CO.,
1531-51 Douglas St.
Ask the Doctor
Ask the doctor if be has any objection
If you bring a prescription to ua. If he
has, we would like to know the reason and
if we can't fill your prescription aa good
and aa cheaply aa they can be put up we
will not charge you a cent. - Tou have a
right to get your prescriptions filled at our
store if you choose to do so, aa w guar
antee perfect aervlos, purity,, promptness
zbc Bromo beitser
Carter's Liver Pllla
c Chamberlain's Cough Cure
Znc fiso uri!
11.00 Scott's Emulsion
Hall's Catarrh Curs
Wood Alcohol, quart
When you want a system
builder, a general strength
giver, a remedy for that "tired
It's a moat palatable bever
age. Order a case sent to your
bouse, if you haven't ona at-.-eady.
Mvta Bros. Brew la Co.
Telephone US. Omaha. '
Or Jacob Neumayer, agent,
"l1r Neumayer Hotel, Council
Schmoller fe Mueller have
had Bales, and sales, and
sales, but thia sale is the Bale
of all sales. At this Bale
we are Belling pianos to all
To the Professional man,
To the Business man,
' To the Tradesman,
To the Salesman,
To the Laboring man.
All And Just what they want at this
great wreck sal. of standard make
Pianos, wblch are going fast at 60
cent on the dollar of the regular
Then too tbe terms ar. so easy that
your old argument, "We can't afford
it" Is disarmed of all Its fores.
YOU CAN AFFORD IT
When at this sale you can seoure
your choice at such unparalleled
price and on such unusually easy
THINK of buying a atandard make
piano, only slightly marred on th
case, at 60c on tbe dollar of the reg
The people of Omaha and Nebras
ka are alive to their piano Interests
and by the way they are taking ad
vantage of thia sale few piano from
these four carloads will be left by
Piano that sell regularly at $290,
(300, $350, $400, $450, $500 up to $750,
are being sold rapidly at '
up to $375
$1.00, $1.25. $1.50, $1.76, $S.00 to
- $1.60 weekly payment secures your
' choice of these exceptional piano
Ehould writ -at once for full de
scription, stating the amount they
wish to invest, and w guarantee a
All correspondence given our Im
iredlat snd personal attention
writ at ones.
. k fuUELLER,
I33 Farnam Street, Cmaha
502 Broadway, Council Bluffs
W: R. BENNETT GO'S.
SALE OF PIANOS AND ORGANS
HAS BY PERMISSION OF THE FEDERAL COURT
BEEN EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 21.
Never In the history of Omaha have our people had a greater opportunity
to secure for their homes and loved one a strictly High Grade, Up-to-Date
Piano or Organ all of the latest colonial styles in walnut, oak, mahogany
and other woods at prices that cannot be duplicated at the factories. Such
well known and reliable makes of pianos as we give below need no guarantee
or recommendation from us.
has no peer.
THE IVERS & POND-
owned by two thousand people In
known from ocean to ocean.
THE STARR- v
manufactured since the Civil War.
it rap only be appreciated by
ape I n K It.
THE sniTH St BARNES
over 60,000 In use.
in cane designs, tone Anil quality,
it cannot he excelled.
you must see and hear this beau
tiful piano to appreciate it.
THE BRINKERHOFF -
an old derma n piano, beautifully
OslRned caees, elegant tone and
K.ctlon and many other makes
that we are obliged to omit from
thin description on account of
These good will all he arranged and placed on sale on the first and second
floors, and will be sold on terms to suit customers. Below you will find a few
of our bargains:
OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN
THREE CAR LOADS JUST ARRIVED. SHOULD HAVE REACHED
US EARLY IN JANUARY.
Now that they are here, we must
get rid of them.-
One elegant upright piano
worth our price,
One elegRnt upright piano
worth 1276 our price,
One elegant walnut rase,
sample piano worth $330
our price, to close
One beautiful mahogany-
piano worm ;ioo our
price, to close ,
One elegant upright piano i
worm -tiw our price,
One elegant upright piano
worm 4oi-our price
rOne elegant upright plano-
wonn ou our price,
One fine Lrfikeetde organ, in
walnut caee worth $150
Ore new walnut case organ
plnte glass mirror price
$115 our price to close
One new high top walnut
case, plnte glass mirror
worth $125 our price to close
All Fold on from $3 to $10 down and
from $3 to $10 per month.
One good as new Lakeside
organ. In walnut case
worth $125 to close
One slightly used walnut
Cottage Organ, worth $90
our price on this organ
to close out
One very fine Lakeside organ
f late glass mirror worm
L50 our price to ctose ...
One new oak case organ
regular prlre $85 our
price to clone
A full line of small musical merchandise, sheet muelc and folios will be
sold for the next few dnys at most any old price. No more Pianos or Organs
will be sold to dealers during this sale. Do not fall to see ua before buying,
or write us for particulars.
TO THE PEOPLE LIVING OUT OF OMAHA
If you are thinking of buying a Piano In one or two years, we can make
It an object to you to buy now. We can save you from $100 to $160 on any nrat
class Piano. Our stock must go. We aBk you to write and tell us what price
you wish to pay for a good Piano and the terms by which you wlHh to buy.
We will make a selection and ship the instrument to your address and if it 1
not perfectly satisfactory in every way you m.y return it to us without one
penny of expense to yourself. Do not fall tc write us today for full particulars.
Over 100 Pianos to select from.
J. S. CAMERON, Manager, Mqste Department, 1st and Snd Floors?
Ask About Hayden's Profit Sharing Carnival.
Showing tbe new style spring silks. Ad
vance sals, on silks for shirt waist suits.
On pongee silk, on black taffetas, the new
pin stripes, new check, new seeded, new
boucle Loulsene stripes, nobby styles, all
Japanese shantong pongee, $3 Inches, at
Japanese shantlng pongee, 32 Inches, at
Now embroidered pongee, atrlpnd pongee,
and other novelties, on sale for only" 75c.
Swell black grenadines, over to styles
of new lace stripes and plain sewing
silk grenadines, at $1.60, $1.75, $100 and
ULACK TAFFETA SALE In better qual
BLACK TAFFETA, 1 Inches, pur silk
worth 9Sc, for B7Hc
BLACK TAFFETA, 24 Inches, purs sill
worth $1.25. for 79c.
BLACK TAFFETA, 27 Inches, purs silk
worth $1.23, for 85c.
BLACK TAFFETA. 38 inches, purs silk
worth $2.00, for $1.48
Monday in Our New Domestic Room
That la what you inhale when you use
the "NATIONAL VAPORIZER," shown be
low. Have you seen the "MOVING LADY
In the window T
Coma In and let the live lady tell you
about THE VAPORIZER, . TITS EUCCES
SOR OF THE ATOMIZER. i
writ for our 100-Dase catalogue of
Drug and Rubber Goods at CUT PRICES.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Omaha Neb. Cor. 16ta and Dodge
A IX THIS WEEK I Ol'H
XORTH SHOW winnow.
OCR LATEST AHD BEST VAX
ZTIVB MISF.HAl. WATER,
FOR WHICH WE ARE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AGENTS FOR OMAIIA.
18th and Farnam Sts. Tel. 140.
II. F. PETRIE
The Well Known House Mover tf
Omaha Says He Wtuld Not
Take $7.00 a Bottle,
Omaha, Neb.. Nov. 12. 1900.
Cramer Chemical Co., Albany, N. Y.
believe that Cramer s Kidney Cure will
never fall to effect a cure. If I could not
get It for less I would willingly pay $7.00
a bottle for it. Borne time a so the doctora
told me that my Kidneys 'were In a very
bad condition and gave me medicine, but
Instead of getting better I got worse. My
sleep was Impaired. I was told by a friend
who had used Cramer's Kidney Cure that
It cured him. I bought a bottle and was
acllghted to notice the effect Relief came
at one and I flrmjy believe that of all the
medicine I have taken none did so much
good as Cramer's Kidney Cure.
11. fKTKlE, House Mover,
28 and Webster Sts.
Oenulne fresh Cramer's Kidney and Liver
Cure may be found in two sizes, 60c for
tuc; ii.uu size ior voo at
6c extra heavy brown muslin, 33 Inches
wide, at 4Hc a yard.
RVie soft finished bleached muslin, 36
Inches wide, at 4c a yard.
10c soft finish cambric, at Hc a yard.
10c soft bleached muslin, no better cot
tons on the market at "c.
20c extra heavy bleached sheeting, SI
Inches wide, at 17c a yard.
IBs extra heavy unbleached sheeting, 81
inches wide, at 12c a yard.
15c bleached pillow casing, 46 inches
wide, at HHc a yard.
BBo bleached sheets, size 81x90, 42o each.
18a hemstitched pillow cases, at iic
- ISc curtain swim, 36 inches wide, comes
In fancy weaves and dots, at 12Hc a yard.
12Vo Lappet swlas, yard wide, at 8c yd.
12Hc India linens, at 8 Vic a yard.
18c soft finish t.alnsook, 38 Inches wide,
at 12Hc a yard.
25c piques at 15c a yard.
,15c English long cloth, 12 yards for $1.2S.
15c dimities, lawns, checked and striped
nainsook at 7c a yard.
40c quality, 64 inches full bleached dam
ask, at 25c a yard.
55c atrtctly all linen bleached damask,
at 39o a yard.
85c all linen bleached Irish table dam
ask, 72 Inches wide, at 59c a yard.
$1.00 quality, 72 inches double satin dam
ask, at 75c a yard.
$1.25 quality, 72 Inches wide, double dam
ask Irish table linen, at 95c a yard.
$2.00 quality, extra heavy double satin
damask, 72 inches wldo, at $1.25 a yard.
80c quality, 58 inches wide, unbleached
union table-linen, at 19c a yard.
40c quality, 58 inches wide, extra heavy
Scotch damask, at 29c a yard.
65c quality silver bleached Oerman ta
ble damaek, 64 Inches wide, at 49c a yard.
90c quality, extra heavy cream Austrian
table damask, 72 Inches wide, at 69c a yard.
10c quality all linen bleached toweling,
at 7V4c a yard.
10c extra heavy all linen brown toweling,
at 7Ho a yard.
8c quality linen finish glass toweling,
18 Inches wide, at 5c a yard.
6c quality, extra heavy bleached twilled
toweling, at 3o a yard.
89c quality knotted fringe damask and
huckaback towels, at 25e.
20c quality buckabuck and damask tow
els, at lie.
loc quality Turkish and buckabuck tow
els, at 10c.
500 remnants of tabls linen and toweling
at one-half regular price.
36-lnrh round thread shirt wstst linen,
at 65c, 5e, and 75c.
45-Inch round thread shirt waist linen,
at 65c, 75c and 85c.
FLANNELS AND BLANKETS
Extra heavy, dark and light outing flan,
net, at 4'jC n yard.
Extra heavy and wide Shaker flannel,
worth 124c for 6Ho.
$4.00 strictly all wool blankets, extra
large and extra heavy, in plaid and plain
colors, at $2.98 a pair. '
75c quality, full size Sea Island cotton
blankets, at 49c each.
Cotton blankets at 75c, 89c, $1.25, $1-50.
$1.75 find up.
27-Inch white wool extra fine flannel,
worth 30c, at 17c a yard.
Extra heavy dark and light owing flan
nel, worth 10c and 12Hc, at 6Ho a yard
. Extra heavy and wide Shaker flannel,
worth 12Hc at thbc a yard.
All wool eiderdown, all colors, worth TSo,
at 25c a ysrd. m
11-4 all wool white California bed blan
kets, worth $5, st $3.50 a pair.
11-4 all wool, both warp and Ailing
white bed blankets, made by the St. Mary's
Woolen Mills, worth $8.50, at $5 a pair.
Sensational one-day closing out price
that will interest shrewd, economical wo
men. On a center table In tbe domestic room,
you will always Snd . large stock of dress
patterns. In lengths from 2H to 7 yards,
each, you wilt find black and all colore, In
hoavy suitings and etamlnes. In fact all
the temnants from the high grade dress
goods department will be put on sale.
They range In price from $1.60 to $3.50 a
yard, and will go at one price,, 49o yard.
On our shelves will be found blaok dress
goods for 25c; $1.25 blaok and gray brll
llantlnes. 60 Inches wide, at B9o a yard.
A FEW PACTS
If you ars looking for nice statlolnery for either social or business purposes, we
can supply you with the very best to be had. We bedleve In and know bow to
select the best materials and know how to combine them to get the best possible re
An essential factor of our bualness Is to furnish our patrons with only what Is
absolutely correct in Stationery and Engraving of all kinds.
If you require proof of these candid remarks we would suggest your writing to
us for samples and prices.
THE MOYER STATIONERY CO.,
220-222 80UTH 16th 8T.
Two Pfconea 747 and TO7.
S. W'. Cor. lOtb and Cklcasro ate,
1 mi) Kodol...
ftuc Kodol ....
. . .67o
Purest D tigs
Warner's Safe Cur 75o
1 Bwamp Hoot..
fcOc Bwamp Root .
25c Kromo Qulnln- for .1
p-sT1 flVHI P OF J I'8
K Itaart Dyapenala Tab
lets ' 400
frttsi Hamilton. 'Psion A14X
THE DYEIHQ UAH
Cleaning ladles' fancy garments by
the latent process.
18th Street Dye Works
Tel 19TO. 414 No- 18,n St.
Work called for a4 delivered. All
ksuda of button oroar.
A clever housewife said
that pie crust was a combi
nation of flour, water, short
ening and "knack." "Knack"
Is uat as important a part
of tailoring as of pie-making.
"Knack" Is what
makes "MacCarthy quality."
"MacCarthy quality" is
what .makes our Oet-Busy
Sale's offers remarkable
what makes this week'
offer to make $40 suits for
$30. $10 trousers for
$8. so really extraor
1710-12 Farnam St
Phone 1108. Bee Belldlnf
Court House Is opposite.
J. M. JOHNSON,
r RK'EI ALWAYS (THH LOWEST.
IN A NAME?
Well, It all depend on what
the name la.
If It's "FRY" on a shos. It
means as much as "Sterling"
does on silver.
It means the best.
It means superior materials,
high-class shoemaklng, fine fin
ish, correct shape, smart style
It means the best there Is In
. If It's a $3.5Q shos you want,
here Is the place to get it the
best wearing, the best fitting,
the best looking $3.50 shoe to
If you want a $5.00 shoe this
is the place to get the most
style, quality, comfort tbe best
value for the money you pay.
Surprise for the Women
A new style spring shoe tuade of
genuine Ideal patent kid, with dull
kid tops and medium heavy wslt sole,
Tbe new drees toe.
A full $4.00 value for only $3.00.
This shoe csn be worn appropriately
for dress or street wesr.
We guarantee every pair to be the
genuine ideal kid.
We are continuing the sale en
misses' and children's extra high cut,
beat grade, box calf shoes st $1.25,
$1.35 and $1.60; regular $1.60, $200
and $2.60 shoe.
DREXEL SHOE GO.
Omaha's Up-to-Date Shoa Hoaas
1419 FARNAM STREET.
r i i u id
L , I, -
A pesltlv cur ior sw.aty feat, hands and excessive perspiration
under ths arms; cures corns, bunions and chilblains; savee gloves,
fchoes and clothing. Special office treatments. Consultation frs.
Pries, 50c. If your druggist hasn't It. accept no other, but send fo
A. Mayer, Manf.. 512 Bee Bldg., Omaha. Phone 1716.
' HOWELL'S ANTI KAVP
The 'Beat Remedy lor
hoarseness or Losa
Ask your druggist at send 25o . to Howell Drug Co.. S6th ft Capitol Ave.
Come now, let us lotk your mouth over. Tooth
troubles is tur business.
H. W, Oo. lU euA Webeusk $C4. 4ULJ
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