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TIIK OMAHA DAILY ItEEt SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1903.
KIMBALL MY GET CONTRACT ! f00
Eumor that 8cbool Board ii to Break Away
from Architect Lateoser. j
PLANS FOR MONMOUTH PARK &UILDING
Owlnft to Defect In Till to One of
Lota CoinMrnctloa of Xew
Hone Mar Be Ie-
layed Some. ,
It Is rumored sround the city hall that
the building and property committee of th?
Board of Education has decided to let tho
cootrnrt for tho construction of the eight
room ar.hool house, at Monmouth Tark to
T.,R. Kimhall. and that a report to this
effect will be made to the board Monday at
the special session. Mr. Kimball, tho chair
man of the building and property commit
tee, and the sunn iniemlent of buildings
have Inspected tho ground for the prelimi
nary plans, which are to be prepared Im
mediately. In this connection It Is said by members
of the board that there Is some difficulty in
getting title to the land upon which the
new house la to be built. The board or
dered tb purchase of three lots In addi
tion to those now owned by the district,
and (hi purchase was made several months
ago. It has since developed that thero
stands against one of the lots the sum of
$600, and to straighten this title wilt re
quire some time, so It may be May 1 before
the district can get a clear title to the land.
Tho board also Intends to have the alley
running between the lots condemned. This
action has not yet been secured from the
council, so there Is some doubt as to when
the construction will be begun.
Why la not stock yards a good buy?
Burna-Haskell. 'Phone 895.
ELECTRIC COMPANY'S ROYALTY
Pays City Three I'er Cent ea Gross
Earalaas from Commercial
Secretary Schweitzer of the New Omaha
Thomson-Houston Electric Light company
has filed with the city comptroller a report
of the business done by the company, ex
clusive of that with the city, for last year
and has paid Into the city treasury a royalty
of $5,683.90, the amount being 3 per cent
of the gross earnings collected, minus city
lighting. This Is the first royalty ever paid
to the city by the electric light company
and Is done under the contract of March 4',
1902, In which the price for arc lights Is
Axed at $94.50 each per annum.
The substance of the report shows that
the gross earnings for arc and Incandescent
light service, exclusive of business done
with the city, amounted to $144,459.09; gross
earnlnga for power service, $48,546.38; total,
$3,005.47. The amount remaining uncol
lected for arc and Incandescent lighting
service Is given at $2,234.90 and that for
power service $1,307.37, a total of $3,542,
leaving $189,463.20 upon which the royalty
for 1902 la computed. Last year the city
contracted bills for lighting to the extent
of $38,926.20, leaving the total gross earn
ings of the electric light company as $231,
931.67 for 1902.
i 'v iiii ill f i r tsisw
. r iuiiii i K'AJ
IV" J Tapestry
Manufacturer's Stock of Men's
$15.00 Satin Lined
Suits at . . . . .
Please the Chlldrea When Yon Can.
Children often get what they do not
want because their elders think It good
tor them. Is It not better to give them
something that they want and that -will
alio do them good? Mr. A. W. Cook,
editor of the Journal, Deposit, N. Y., baa
found a way ot doing this. He writes:
"We have been using Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy In' our family for several years.
Our children like It and it seems to break
up their colds. Our baby crlea for It and
ofttlmes will make up a cough In order
to get an extra dose. We have recom.
mended it to our friends, who are using
it with good success." There Is no danger
in giving this remedy to children, for it
contains nothing harmful and there is
nothing so good for the colds,' croup and
whooping cough to which they are sub
CURTAILS GRAIN SHIPMENTS
Shortaare of Cara Cauee for Complaint
from Nebraska and Kanaaa
M. T. Cummlngs of the Cummtngs Grain
company of Beatrice, Neb., and Blue Rap
ids, Kan., ia in the city on business con
nected with the grain shipping interests.
Of the grain conditions down in that vicin
ity he siys: "We are all tied up and ham
pered on the transporatlon question. We
cannot get cars. The Union Pacific will
not accept consignments of grain in Union
Pacific ears for points farther than Kansas
City, and much ot our trade ia with the
south and southeast. White corn la quoted
with ua at 32 cents, yellow at !1V centa
and mixed at SI centa. Very little corn la
now coming In to the elevatora because of
the bad condition ot the country roads.'
Tbo Peril ot Our Time
Is lung disease. Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds
cures lung troubles or no pay, 50c, $1.
For sale by Kuhn ft Co.
This great clothing purchase
one of the most fortunate
in our history enables us to
present a wonderful bargain
to Omaha men. An immense
stock make up entirely of the
highest standard black clay wor
sted suits, lined with Skinner's
elegant satin lining, at a price
never before attempted
Here is clothing suitable for dress or for
business; tailored and finished in the best
possible manner and as handsome a suit
aa you have ever purchased for $15.00. Our
price for Saturday barely covera the cost
of the cloth, without count being taken of
the cost of workmanship and of linings.
We warrant every suit to be exactly as
represented or money refunded. Remem
ber these aro $15 clay worsted suits, at $7.50
.' .PHENOMENAL OFFERINQ IN OUR-
Boys' Clothing Department
Our new boys' and children's department on the third floor Is fast nearing com
pletion. We will move very shortly. Whatever stock of boya' garments we
now have on hand we offer at still greater reductions.
Children's $2 Vestee Suits' nt 75c
Fancy cheviots with plain and fancy
' vest, ages 3 to 8 worth
up to $2 IN BASEMENT
Children's $4 and $5 Suits $1.95
All the finest vestee, sailor, Norfolks.
manlys, 3-plece and double-breasted
styles ages 3 to 16, worth $4.00
and $5.00 a suit, at the j nr
absurdly low price of .,liyO
$7.50 Long Pants Suits at $1.98
Young men's and boys' suits, strictly
all wool, agea 14 to 20 worth up
to $7.50 IN BASE- A fkjQ
MENT at I .IO
Children's $3 Suits at $1.00.
Boys' vestee, 2-piece, double-breasted,
Norfolks, scarcely any two alike.
all this season's goods, ages
- 3 to 15, on main floor at ....
1,000 PAIR BOYS' ALL WOOL KNEE PANTS. WORTH 75C, AT 25C
f3mii mis t . rci.
KVI RUB As
4 Interest Paid on Deposits
Either Pass Books or 3, 6 or 12 rionths Certificates of Deposit.
We Return You $1.04 at the End of a Year
for Every Dollar Deposited With Us.
Checks Cashed On All Banks.
Bank Opens, 9 Till 5:30-Saturdays Till 9:30 P. M.
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS, BANKERS.
Aia.imnnti of the Theaters.
At the Orpheum, where a good bill has
been well patronized throughout the week,
there will be a matinee thla afternoon and
the last performance of the program will be
given this evening. For the week com
mencing tomorrow seekers ot something
new may anticipate much, for with one ex
ception the "turns" will be given by artists
' who have never appeared here. It will be
a oOmedy bill, this being the style of all
the acts except two. W. H. Murphy and
Blanch Nichols will be seen In a novel lit
tle comedy entitled "The Bifurcated Girl."
Neiaon's corulquce, four In number, will
present their grotesque acrobatic "stunt"
called "Fun at the Zoo." Morrissey and
Rich in the farce. "Merry Momenta." will
enliven matters with repartee and fun.
Mason, Keeler and Company wilt present
"Hooked by Crook," while McCue and Ca
b 111 will have something uniquely their
own. The musical feature will be Kronan'a
White Tscherk.es Trio Russian singers.
The kinodrome pictures will be entirely
1 . vg?
Many-a-man pays $3 50
for our "Onlmod"
shoes, relying almost
solely upon our hon
esty, and yet he couldn't pick a
J3.&0 shoe from a bunch of $2.00
onee, if there was no brand to guldj
That a why he buys "Onlmod"
brand. If li s an "Onlmod" that's
. all he caYes to know.
Our $2.50 "Onlmod" la worth Just
a dollar less than our $3.60 'Onl
mod," and our W 30 "Onlmod" Is
the best shoe made.
The only safe way
is the surest way
To Be Rich
A well selected farm mort
gage pays the highest rate
of Interest co nslstent with
absolute security .....
We have had experience. We per
sonally examine every farm on which
we make a loan. It you have idle
funds, we can secure you a good in
vestment, 'Phone 70.
420 New York Life Bldg.
205 South 139t.
Very Low Hates.
To points in Montana, Idaho, Washington,
Oregon, British Columbia, Utah and Colo
rado, in effect daily from 'February 15 to
April SO. via Chicago Gruat Western rail
way. Write to J. P. Elmer. O. P. A., Chi- 1
cago, for full particulars.
N. E. Cor. rarnaaa and Uth Bta.
rata l Capital.... f5ou,ou
stralwa F S10,0O
l'ITW1 STATUS DEPOSITORY.
8. B wood, vice PreaMessV
jr. V. MAJlLLfruil aalsiat CaslOa .
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Address 'Omaha, Kek.
H I LLERfS
Cplul ana Surplus, $108,000.00,
shoulJ have a Savings account
Many a nan has been saved from financial ruin by the savings of a thrifty wife.
We welcome the accounts ot women and pay 4 per cent compound interest on
Accounts may be opened with any sum, from 11 up.' .
Our IMIe iimI bnWi hlch furnish fne '-. .
twtr voBwa lo mv. aoney. Call anj get on. . I
CITY SAVINGS DANK.
" Brtw D1B, Sixteenth and Douglas Stri
OHE FULL QUART
4 full quarts $(.00
Case 12 full quarts, $10
5 gallon keg. $15.00.
A Household Whiskey
ASK ABOUT HATDKN S TROriT-SHARI NO CARNIVAL.
il Shirts and Vaists
THK HF.LtAM.R STORK.
"Tou have the prettiest suits. Tou have the greatest variety of styles. Myl so
many of them. The prices are so reasonable." These are a few of the remarks we
hear every hour In our women's suit department. We take pardonable pride in the
fact that our women's suit stock la a credit to the city of Omaha. Such a showing
there Is not elsewhere between Chicago and San Francisco. In Justice to youraelf
see this tremendous stock before you purchase.
Because of lt purity, age
uimurpaBsed quality Its
perfect mellow nvaa aud
PREPAID for SI
E EITIOS We pre
pay t bui1, exc ept t)
Uit.-f( vH of NVtTHaka
v.L r C"J iv n ust t.ili fi-r
pri i aid.
HILLtR LIQJ3H CO.,
200 women's sample suits manufactured
for fine trade, at fl8.0, $25. 00, $30.00 and
75 women's sample suits manufactured
for fine trade, at $18.50, $23.00, $30.00 and
70 women's sample suits, copies ot Im
ported garments made for ultra exclusive
trade, on sale at $40. 0. $55.00, $60.00 and
700 women's suits, bought from a 6th
avenue manufacturer, all the new collarless
styles, everything about them la chic, styl
ish, In all shades, your money back If you
change your mind, they are worth up to
$20.00 aa shown in our window for $12.50.
300 women's suits for Saturday's selling,
worth up to $18.00, special at $7.50.
Sale commencing at 8 o'clock Saturday(
morning, wnen our rjuycr was in .-sew
York. aa we told you. he was fortunate In
securing the manufacturer's stock t f some
thing like 175 women's rainy-day skirts.
We have taken 800 of these for Saturday's
selling. It will pay to come from your homo
and pick out four or five of them they
are worth up to $6.00, will be on sale at
(Our regular customers can have aa
many as they want, but 'none to other
400 sample skirts in beautiful etamlnes
and rainy-day skirts, worth up to $15.00,
on sale for $6.!8.
Extra special 60 silk Jackets, In blouse,
ping pong and Monte Carlo effects at only
100 women's silk underskirts others
ask you $9.00 at Hayden'a, $5.00.
EXTRA SPECIALS FOR SATIRDAY
Women's wrappers 25 dozen flannelette
wrappers worth $1.25, for 60c.
10 dozen heavy weight white waists In
the new styles on sale Saturday morning,
from 8 to 10 o'clock, at 69c.
500 women's silk waists, the $5.00 quality,
75 children's velvet coats, the $7.00 qual
ity, for $2.90.
100 women's Bhouldcr shawls for only
GREAT MUSLIN UNDERYEAR SALE.
THE BIO SKOT CASH TVRCHASE OF NEWEST AND
STYLES, ON SALE IN THE NEW, REMODELED MUSLIN
Ladles fine cambric corset covers, plain
high neck, worth 19c, at 10c.
Ladles' fine lace and embroidery trimmed
corset covers and drawers, handsomely
made up from selected cambrics, worth
75c, on sale at 39c.
Ladles flno gowns and skirts, made of
high grade cambrics, with lawn ruffle, trim
med with embroidery and luce, worth $1,
on sale at 50c.
Children's drawers. In all sizes, full
sizes, from 1 to 15 years, on sale at 12V4c
MEAT AND FISH SALE SATURDAY.
AM Round Or. Holland
, C SteHk 3 pounds for.... S.OC Herring
Steak. 10c and....
Fresh ftbh every day fresh and salt water.
. OG Steak 4 pounds for
31. Large fancy "Bloater
Dm vest imported
J No. 1 Irish
, I v Mackerel
QC. Small Family
.a. ww AlarKerei
rUC Hloater 2 for
i Cm FanHy
fcvC White FlHh ...
IKm N- 1 White
ALBERT EDHOLM. JEWELER.
107 NO rth !6th Street. Cpp. P.O. Watch Inspector (or P. P. R. R. Co,
Diamonds Are a Good Investment
Gems are mineral flowers, the blossoms of the dark, hard mines. They are the
most lasting of all earthly objects the m"t beautiful as well aa the most Imper
ishable form in which matter appears. We have them at prices ranging from $25
Make yourself , . "rF,sn.. n.. .
stronranl wall LITTLE ANTI "BILIOUS PILLS
i . Free sample Howell Drug Co., 16th and Capitol Avenue.
IT'S GETTIN' TIME
for bed bugs to wake up again! It's dead
easy to put 'em to sleep again and for
ever If you'll Justl use BUKE DEATH.
It comes In four 14) sizes: Pints, lac;
quarts, 25c; half gallons, 5Uc, and gallons
at 90c, and a nice pint oil -can with a long
snout free with the 60c or 90c size, or
6 c extra with the '15c or 25c size, deliv
ered any place in elty or to depot If fHT
out of town, fre8'Sume as everything elee
we sell. - iu.
DID YOU KNOW WE CALL FOR, FILL
AND DELIVER PRESCRIPTIONS, all for
less money and In less time than any other
store In Omaha? This Is 'cause we have
more REGISTERED MEN than any drug
store In Nebraska! Try us!
$1.00 Peruna, all you want 61c
35c Castorla. no limit, 24c
$1 Plerce'e Medical Discovery, no limit 64c
$1 Pierce's Prescription, all you want. tHc
26c Pierce's Pills, no limit 19c
16c Allcock'e Plasters, all you want.. 12c
oOc Texas Catarrh Cure, one cures... 4c
$1 Temptation Tordtfj all you want 26c
Fine Wines and Whiskies for family use
at Cut prices.
Are Never Regained
Two 'Phones T47 and 77.
9. W. Cor. 16th and Chicago Sts.
All Wool Black Clay
Worsted Suits $5
Sale starts todayi They come in round
corner sacks, square cuts and frocks salo
price while they r last 15.00. Also all
wool gray double-breasted suits for same
price. Genuine Priestley Cravenette Coats
only $7.50. This Is the last week of our
pants sale. Strong working pants 48c.
Carhart's union made pants 98c; better
ones. $1.25. A great big lot ot odd suit
pants, etc, choice $1.90; you will find some
worth as much, as $3.00 In this lot; pants
that formerly sold for $6.00. $7.00 and $8.00,
now your choice $5.00; there are no better
pants, no matter how high the price may
be. In our men' shoe department we
offer strong, durable shoes at $1.25, the
Regent $2.60 shoes for $1.50; Kirkendall's
Omaha made shoes, with the union label,
are $2.00, $2.5(1, $3.00 and $3.50. The Guar
antee Clothing Co., 1519 and 1521 Douglas
Still Prevail at Our Closing Out Sale
of Drugs Only
Rock Csndy, per lb 15c
Carbolic Acid, lb. oans 20c
Perry Davis Pain Killer l&c
Perry Davis Pain Killer 30c
Sloan's Liniment 30c
Howell's Antl-Kawf 15c
Kendall Spavin Cure 65c
Horsford's Phosphate 30c
Tyree Antiseptic' Powder 70c
Kay Renovator 65c
Hood's Saraaparllla 60c
CAN'T BEAT 'EM.
Fuller Drug & Paint Go
114 South 14th Street. '
We sell paint-
Tomorrow we will piece on sale our en
tire stock of HOME MADE Jellies, Jams and
preserves, regardless of cost. We guar
antee our jellies to be made under our own
personal supervision, in a most scrupu
lously clean manner, exercising our great
eat efforts to Obtain nothing but the choic
est fruits the markets afford and pure
granulated sugar In Its preparation to bo
able to offer the public an article that Is
absolutely pure, wholesome and unsur
passed in quality.
Our Jams and preserves are the products
of the leading firms engaged in this In
dustry, on this and the other side of the
pond, including Crosse & Blackwell's,
Southwell & Co.'s, Bishop Co.'s and the
Dunkley Co.'s. These goods need no intro
duction to the consumer they have at
tained a world-wide reputation for purity
and everybody Is thoroughly familiar with
Crosse & Blackwell's Jams, per Jar.... 23c
Southwell & Co.'s Jams, per Jar 23c
Bishop Co.'s Jams, per Jar 23c
Eastern Jams, per jar 10c
Neufchatel Cheese 5c
Herkimer Co. Full Cream, per lb 20c
Fromage de Brie, each 25c
Comambert, each 25c
Fromage de Slgny, each 25c
Rotterdam Edam (extra heavy) each. .$1.05
Imported Roquefort, per lb 45c
Domestic Roquefort, in jars 15c
PRICES LET DOWS,
Ralston Pancake Flour, S pkgs. for... 25c
Purina Pancake Flour, 3 pkgs. for.... 25c
Quaker Oats, 3 pkgs. for 25c
Mother's Oats, 3 pkgs. for 25c
Rockwood's Cocoa, H-lb. tins 21o
Rockwood's Sweet Chocolate, 10c cake.. 5c
Huyler's Premium Chocolate, per lb... 35o
Malta Ceres, 3 pkgs. for 25c
Eagle Condensed Milk, 2 cans for 25c
Pure Maple Sugar, per cake 12Hc
Preserved Ginger (imported), per pot.. 25c
Saratoga Flakes, per pkg 12 He
O10 Medal ) per SflCk
A Sure Cure for a Cold
Is a sweat In one of our BATH CABINETS
We are selling the
$5.00 Cabinets for S2.25
No better way In the world to pej rid of
ine grip or lid com. uur iaolicii are
the beat made.
Pure Witch haiel, quart 25c
iSic t'riM-aret l'v
25o Kronio Heltaer lc
'rter4 l.lvrr Pills 14j
t:,c 'hxmtrlaln's Cough Cure We
i'm ki-r Tar Soap 14c
2fw 1'Ihii Cure l&J
iui Hcott s fcrmilnlon ?4c
jvyne'k Vermifuge 2c
CustoiU v-r 'i,c
Griinun Klin me fitter ifa
peal's I'nM'rnietl Rug l-'c
Ni'fhM' t'llnUal Record Sheets, per
t!nk of lllty theets 35e
EXPONENTS OF GOOD LIVING.
Grocery Telephone, 1329.
Market Telephone, 736,
Twent Elahth and Farnam Streets
n It ES GRIP IN' ONE DAY.
Stops that Ache In the Bonea, Back
and Head. Makes you feel better after
the lirst dose.
Relieves Headache and That
Dose: Take one every two or three
hours till three are taken, then wait
till next day and repeat as before. If
nut entirely well. THEY ARE HAKM
l.Kh.S. a good thing, to keep handy,
und when you feel an attack coming
on, take one and lt will ward off a
severe attaik. The directions to take
but three a day does not mean that
there would be danger in taking more.
They could be taken all day and night,
lu we find from experience that three
a day la all that Is necessary.
With few exceptions, It Is not neces
sury to take them a second day. Tak
ing medicine after a cure has been
produced in like pouring water on a
lire after the tire Is out. Take them
onlv when you feel the need of them.
If capsule cinnot be swallowed, empty
content's and take as a powder.
PHEPAKED ONLY BY
S. E. IIOVELL,
Park Ave, anil I.rat ennorln St.
Two 'phones, 82 and F-1517.
Graduate In Pharmacy. Omaha, Neb.
CALL I'M LP.
Our , Spring Showing of
Men's and Boys' Clothing
is Now Ready : : : : :
Gathered from the best man
ufacturing tailors in the cou it
trs selected with an eye to
correct .fashion spread be
fore the people of Omaha with
the'knowledgc that every yard
of fabric is dependable, every
stitch true and every detail of
workmanship done by ex
perts. This means, that what
ever you pay here for a gar
ment for yourself or boy con
absolutely be depended on.
and you get the best your
money can buy.
Men's Suits at $12
Made ot domestic and imported cliov
iots and worsted cheviots, worsteds
and silk mixed worsteds; the rolors
are1 piu checks, pin stripes, plaids
and overplaids, iu light, medium and
. dark shades. The shoulders are
hand padded aud the. collars aro
hand felled; the workmanship
throughout we guarantee. They're
the best values ever offered anv-
f 1G.50 we havt
them in all sizes
Men's "Top Coats" at $10.00
Made of covert cloth and fancy cheviots, the proper lengths,
32 and 34 inches; the linings are strictly high grade serge,
with a satin sleeve lining. We guarantee the workman
ship and a perfect fit' is absolutely assured. They are
sold generally for $13.50 to $ 15.00. -fl f f S
We have them in sizes 34 to 42 yj yj
Our Two Special Suits for Boys
Made of all wool cheviots and cassl-
meres; .several colors to choose
from. The styles are "Norfolk;"
.sizes 4 to 12 years, and the
' double-breasted Jacket." 8 to 16
yesrs. Made to
retail for $3.00
Made of high grade materials; many
' colors to select from; perfect fit
guaranteed. We have them In
"Norfolk" style, sizes 4 to 12 years,
and the "double-breasted Jacket,"
sizes 8 to 18 years
made to retail for $4 ,
here Saturday ..
JEWELERS AND WATCHMAKERS
We have a complete line of Ladies' and Gentlemen watches of all grades and rtlf-;
feient make. A large assortment of plain Oold Rings and Set Rings of every des
cription. Ladles' and dents' watclichalns. Charms and Lockets In Solid Gold or
plated. Mantle Clocks, Fancy Gift Clocks, Regulator and Office Clorks, . Onticul
eoods. In fact anything that goes to make up, a well arranged Jewelry Store.
JCiVCrj UUWB BUIIU VII s . y
P. E. FLQDMAN & CO., JEWELERS.
1014 Capitol Ave,
312 Paxton BIk.
IN OUR GOLD CROWNS and
Bridges we use nothing' but 22K
fine, which insures the color re
maining without a metallic taste.
Bridges, $5.00 per tooth.
Coalo 0? ncl is worth IV
' Aperfrxl.joWillefOTJiard cool inyvmhajebamer, Excellenifbr cooking
Victor White 1605 Fa.rna.mJt. Tel. 127
Tho Best Shoes
for Boys and Girls
Nearly everybody knows about
our tlSO shoes for boys that
It's the' best shoe in the city
tor the price that It gives
longer wear and more comfort
than any other 1.50 shoe mado
Our girls' $1.50 shoe Is Just as
good value as the boys'. We slso
havj a great line of $3.00 shoes
for boys and girls, made of a
high grade leather and put to
gether very strongly, but neatly
finished and made on a stylish
and easy last. Whatever you
want for boys snd girls, we
have it and at easy prices.
THERE'S A TIME
When you are probably dissatisfied
with the shoes you have been buying
for your boy.
Don't you think lt would be a good
idea to bring him here Saturday Just
to see what we can do for him in fne
way of a $1.60 shoe.
Those that have bought these shoes
are always so well satisfied that they
come again and again to get the same
We tske great care in fitting these
shoes, so that they give the most
wear and comfort.
, All sizes for all boys at f 1.50.
DIIEXEL SHOE GO.
Omaha's U-t-Dita Shos Hiiti
1419 FARNAM STREET.
mrrrm " f gift, iM y
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