Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1903)
TTTE OMAHA DAILY JlEF.i FIITDAY, MAT 1. 1003.
SEW LOCAL FREIGHT OFFICE
Canadian Pao'fo and Boo Rcadi Establish
Headquarter in Omaha
PLAN TO LINK NEBRASKA AND DOMINION
Uetr l.rndi flatulence to l.oifr'i A I
leaed Pgrpoac of Kiteniilna III
Road Into Omaha to Kerd
The Canadian raclBe 800 line combina
tion for grains Into Omaha and tributary
territory which was pointed out In The Bee
some days ago. It Impressed with more
tangible force than ever by the arrival in
the city of W. A. Klttormaster of Chicago,
general agent of the freight department for
the Canadian Pacific, the Boo, the Mar
quelle routo and the Canadian Pacific
Lespatcb company and Henry Brown of
the aame combination for the purpose of
establishing permanent headquarters here.
The gentlemen are now eoaaged In solect
Ing a location and will create a freight
office with Mr. Brown as the agent. Mr.
Brown will also have a branch office In
While It Is the purpose to do only a
freight business for the present this move
lends substance to the alleged determina
tion of President Lowry of the 800 and his
Canadian Pacific friends to tap .this terri
tory as soon as possible for passenger
traffic. The plausibility of this theory Is
established by the fact that Lowry and
the Canadian Pacific are Just now busy
with plans for a union of their lines at the
Minnesota-Canadian boundary. Lowry Is
building an extension north and the Cana
dian Pacific one south from Winnepeg to
form the junction. Lowry Is said also to
have mapped out his route down from the
Twin Cities to Sioux City and the matter
of their getting Into Omaha will be an
easy one. Aa was pointed out before such
a combination would connect the great
wheat fields of Nebraska with the great
flour mills of Minnesota and the constantly
expanding field of consumption in Canada.
Harrltnan and Moffatt.
Since he has gone west E. H. Harrlman
Is credited with definite schemes for head
ing off Banker Moffatt of Denver In his
new Denver, Northwestern ft Pacific in
vasion of aome of Harrlman's favorite territory.-
Harrlman's' plan Is said to con
template the promotion by the Union Pa
cific of the Laramie, Habn'a Peake & Pa
cific project, hurrying the road through
Routt county and on to Grand Junction to
connect with the Denver Rio Grande. A
deal to this end Is said to have been
mode by Harrlman with Isaac Van Horn of
Boston, head of the Habn'a Peak road.
The articles of Incorporation of this road
called for the construction of a line from
Laramie to Grand Encampment, a distance
of 100 miter.' Thirty-five miles have been
graded, the bridge work done and the
rails for track building distributed, and
Nlles Callanan of Omaha has the contract,
It Is said, for work on another sixty-five
miles. Mr. Callanan la the father-in-law of
Prealdent Van Horn.
Harrlman's whole Idea la said to be to
get for the Union Paclfio a direct haul east
and west without going through Denver,
which city he propose to punish for Its
aupport of Moffatt'a schemes.
Gains Bad Losses la Receipts.
The Santa Pe and Southern Pacific have
experienced heavy slumps in their recent
earnings. For the month of March the
Santa Fe fell behind In lta net earnings,
$250,000 and tor the month of February the
Southern. Pacific loat $12,454, while lta
operating expense Increased $19, 91, On
the ether hand the Union Pacific has been
Veklnjl gradual gains, during the second
of April Increasing Its gross earn
ings $26,880, making; a total income for the
month of $539,140.
II. Q. Clark at Atchison.
'- H.' O. Clark, has been appointed super
intendent of the western division and
central . branch railway of the Missouri
Pacific at Atchison, succeeding C. M. Rath
burn, resigned. The appointment is effective
May 1. Mr. Clark was general manager of
the Checktaw, Oklahoma Gulf until that
road waa absorbed by the Rock Island.
Itorrna Injure Wires.
Report came to the Union Pacific that the
atorma of Wednesday night have
worked Injury to their wires at Intervals
along the line between here and Salt Lake
City. The service was considerably Inter
' Luis Jackson has been appointed In
dustrial commissioner for the Erie rail
road with offices at 21 Cortlandt atreet.
DOCTORS ENDORSE HEHPICIDB
Because Its Formula Is Submitted to
Alexander McMilltan, M. D., a prominent
physician, of Lansing, Mich., writes: "On
three cases I have tested Herplcide for
dandruff and the result has been all fhal
could be desired."
Herplcide Is made upon an entirely new
principle, that la. that dandruff and falllug
hair are caused from a microbe that In
fests the hair bulb, and, by destroying the
microbe one's hair Is bound to grow lux
uriantly. Herplcide Is the only hair rem
edy that claims to and really does destroy
the dandruff germs. Sold by all druggists.
Send 10 cents for sample to The Herplcide
Co.. Detroit, Mich.
Nichols Broadfleld, printers. Tel. 1942.
T. LOUS AND RETIR5.
Via Missouri Parlte Railroad.
$13 GO for round trip, from April 26 to May
1 inclusive. For Information call at city
office, southeast corner Fourteenth and
Friday Special Drapery Department.
Free Friday one day only we are going
to give you one 25c extension rod free with
very pair curtains you buy. Your choice
of three styles you get one with a $1.00
curtain aa well as a $10.00 curtain.
ORCHARD ft WILHELM.
Douglas Printing Co.. liog Howard. Tel.
nt I en, but ve have too large a htock of them, ami
bo will cloae them
$.00 to ? ti.L'5 Coats at
4.00 to ?4.u() C'oatK at
12.75 to J.o0 Coats at
f 2.23 to 2.00 Coats at
1.50 Coats for
PAY OF POLICE AND FIREMEN
Board In llmkt Aboat Certain Fea
tnrri of Sew Charter Amend
ments. Although the Board of Fire and Police
Commissioners held a special meeting and
Increased the salaries of the officers of the
fire and pollco departments to the limit
authorized by the new charter amendments,
no action has been taken upon the adoption
of the sliding service scale, directed for
the patrolmen and firemen. The board is
In doubt aa to whether the previous service
of resppolnted men should count in fixing
the wages and the question has been sub
mitted to City Attorney Connell for an
opinion. The law reads as follows:
Each policeman and fireman ehnll receive
the following compensation: For the first
six months' service the eim of $i per
month: for the second six months' service
the sum of $70 per month; for the third six
months $75 per month; after two years'
continuous service they shall receive the
sum of $.0 per month.
At the present all policemen and firemen
after they have served two months' proba
tion at $65 per month receive a uniform
wage of $75 monthly. Many of the present
members of the two departments, especially
the police, have long records, not running
continuously, however. The question Is,
should the men who have at come time
previous to their last appointment served
two continuous years receive the maximum
pay or proportionately In cases of less
City Attorney Connell has not yet had
an opportunity to give the matter any
thought and haa not prepared an opinion.
The board raised the pay of the two cap
tains of police from $90 a month to $110.
effective April 2, or the day the charter
amendments became law. Police sergeants
were advanced from $S5 to $90; captains In
fire department from $85 to $90, $100 to $110.
according tc length of service. Fire lieu
tenants were advanced from $30 to $S5 and
engineers from $85 to $90. All increases,
save those of the police captains, are not
effective until May 1.
BANKERS TO GIVE NEW BONDS
Personal Secarlty IV o longer Accept
stole for State and County
Nebraska bankers are busy making ar
rangements to change the form of security
given for the money deposited with them
by the state and county treaeurers. At the
last session of the legislature a law was
passed making It Impossible for the state
and the counties to accept bonds signed
by any stockholder or officer of the bauk
is security for deposits, and making the
acceptance of bonds given by security com
panies lawful. At present there are few of
the county and state depositories that have
not given personal bonds for the public
deposits and all of these bonds will be
worthless when the new law goes Into
effect. There are not many Indemnity com
panies that make a practice of signing
bonds for the security of deposits, and there
Is but, one In Omaha. '
The state bankers association has an
Indemnity company In co-operation with It,
but under the present arrangement this
company will not give bonds for the
security of deposits, and confines Its busi
ness exclusively to bonds fur the employes
and officers of banks. The secretary of the
bankers association, who Is the state
representative of the co-operating bond
company. Is now making an effort to have
the company extend lta scope to cover the
bonds required for state and county
The date of the meeting of '- group two
of the state bankera association has been
changed from May SO to May 22. It will
be held at Lincoln.
IDENTIFIES STOLEN JEWELRY
Man from Minnesota' Here to Fasten
Crime on Chief Donahue's
X. N. Anderson of Minneapolis Is In the
city for the purpose of Identifying the gold
watches and other articles stolen from the
establishment of his brother at Black Duck,
Minn., February 18, by Frank Fleming,
who was arrested here by Chief Donahue
a few days ago. The goods were promptly
Identified as being part of the $1,700 worth
of swag taken by Fleming. Twelve of the
watches were recovered here, thirty-six
more have been located and the probability
la that all will be recovered within a few
Chief of Police Boyd and Sheriff Bailey
of Black Duck, Minn., are enroute from
that place with the necessary requisition
papers for Fleming. Fleming confesses
that he la the man wanted and does not
seem particularly averse to going back to
TO EMPLOY JJ0NUNI0N MEN
Commercial Club Restaurant Will
Take On New Force of
Today the Commercial club restaurant will
be manned by a complete force of nonunion
employes. It was stated yesterday after
noon that the force had been aecured and
that all hope of conciliation between the
proprietor and the members of the waiters'
union had passed.
Von Take Ho
In using Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. It cures
all lung troubles or no pay. 60c and $L
For sale by Kubn ft Co.
Kaw Orleaas, La.
From May 1 to 4 Inclusive the Missouri
Pacific will sell round trip tickets for
$29.50, account meeting National Medical
association. For Information call at or
address city office, 8. E. corner 14th and
Douglas Sta., Omaha, Neb. T. F. Godfrey,
Pass, and Ticket Agt.
HODSON-Pleasant W., Wednesday. April
29. at his home. 2007 North Twenty-ftfth
Funeral servlcea will be held at the resi
dence of Ms daughter Mrs. V. I. Rice,
S926 North Twentieth street, Sunday May 1,
at 2 p. ra. Friends invited.
OF CHILDREN'S SPRING COATS.
are the newest, prettiest, Spring
out U the following prices:
Friday A Wonderful Bargain Event.
High Class Remnants at One
$i.uu uress uooas at
DiT8s Goods of every style and color
taken out of onr regular stock pieces
from 4 to 7 yards have been selling at
ft a yard tomorrow at a yard . . . . .'.
$2.00 Dress Goods at 49c The finest Mg
Dress Goods 4 to 7 yards that have been selling oyer, fl M
our counters at as high as $2.00 a yardall colors and fl' sJ J
styles remnants at
Imported Dress Goods at 174c and 35c Yard
Thee are traveling men's sample lengths In ever- Imugm- i m
nnie weave, style and color thin and
many lengths of one kind, enough for
tomorrow at a piece...
Manufacturer's $3.00 Cloths at 75c
Cloths purchared from a ladles' suit manufacturer Tweeds. Chevl
lotit, Crashes. Clay Worsteds Scotch Suitings, etc. In skirt
lengths and enough remnants allki to make entire suit'
at e yard
Wash Goo J Remnants at 10c
MoURSellne de Sole, 4 g
plain and fancy, white I If
end all colors at ..
i retain tables piled with all
Embrnldcrlcs-Earialn eniiarea with
lnsertlngs and Galloons, up to 12 inches wide !2iC"10C"3iC
Drummers' samples all styls Lsces black, white and colors q
Sllkollne Remnant, the Wcry
kind for yard .....W2W
10c Lawn Remnants, one
big counter at yard.... .,
Dimities -Best prade of 15o find
dainty printed Dimity gl"'
remnants for yard.;......V..
Sateens One big lot - of fine mer
cerized double fold black and col
ored Sateens, the 40c
kind for a yard
Lawn and Swisses Remnants of
plain Curtain Lawn, and -d
Swisses at a yard..... Iw
And hundreds of other remnanU on
Millinery Special 75c Untrimmed Hats at 10c.
Several thousand Untrimmed and trimmed Hats for Indies, 4 f
nilsses and children, sold up to 75c, Friday at a VJC
10,000 Bunches of Flowers at 5c-Some slightly mussed, but the greater
part absolutely fresh and of this season's importation worth up C
to $1.00 Friday at, a bunch V.
23c Photo Colors at 15c Ail life subject Fitted .with 2-inch .
moulding, either gilt or black ornamented or plain corners . . .
75c Oval Frames for 45c Made with mat for two cabinet size
picture, in olive or black, i-tn. bead oval framesepmplete
vrltn glass ana oaua, a
SPRIN G S U ITS
et superior quality and auperlor workmanship is what. xo.ti. get when you leave
your measure with us. A picked showing, of the bes't.preducts of the season
thk very latest novelties In the finest grades of pare wool casslmeres and pure
wersted cheviots. . . ' f
We make Suits from S3S.OO fq$40.00.
J. A. KerYan-Tailoring Company
t316 Farnam Street
SIXTEENTH STREET ROBBERY
Thieves Break Plate Glass Window ; and
Beoura Valuable. Goods.
BURGLARY INSURANCE COMES TOO LATE
Maaasrer of the Stare Takes Oat a
Policy Jast Before the Robbery,
bat It is Not Effective
latll May 1.' '"
The eouth show window of the Columbia
Optical Instrument company, 211 soutn
Sixteenth street, was broken early yesterday
morntag by burglars and goods to the value
of $250 taken..
The burglary wae discovered about 7:30
by Fred F. Brower, salesman for the com
pany, when he came to open the store. He
observed that the window had been broken
In two places, with pieces of glass scattered
Inside, and he later found a big piece of
the plate glass lying In the alley adjoining.
He at once reported the barglary to .A. I.
Agnew, manager of the establishment, who
boards at the Merchants, and an Investiga
tion was made.
It waa found that a number of field
glasses, opera glasses and lorgnettes were
mlestng. The thieves prudently left many
of the cheaper glasses, gold eyeglass
chains snd telescopes. However, they took
the very best class of Instruments In the
show window. All of the stolen goods have
the name "Columbia Optical Company"
stamped In the eye pieces and their recov
ery will be accomplished sooner or later.
The robbery must have occurred after
4:34 yesterday morning, when the special
American District Telegraph watchman em
ployed by the company reported everything
all right. This Is the third time the estab
lishment has been robbed. The first was
sbout four years ago and the next about
sixty days afterward. The value of goods
taken then waa small and moat of the goods
Mr. Agnew Is chagrined over the fact that
he had. after repeated persuasions from a I
burglary Insurance agent, taken out a
policy only a day or two ago, but it waa
not to become operative until May 1.
Wabash R. R.
St. Louis and return $11.50. Sold April
$6-27-28--30 and May 1. New Orleane and
return, $2050. Sold April 11-12-13, May
1-2-3-4. Information, City Office, 1601 Far
nam St.. or addreas Harry B. Moores, o.
A. P. D.a Omaha, Neb.
t. Paal sad Ketars. 12.3.
On April 21 and M the Illinois Central R.
R. will aell tickets to St. Paul and Mlene
spoils snd return at rate of $12.35, good for
return 21 days from date of sale. .
Tickets at No. 14U3 Farnam St.
W. H. BRILL. D. P. A.,
Last entertainment of the season at the
Omaha Commercial college, 17th and Doug- !
Us streets. Vocal and instrumental solos.
readings and character sketches.' Some of
the best talent In the city. Friday even
log. May 1, 1D03. Tickets on sale at Col
- Half Cost to Manufacture.
isoc liigu class spring
medium weight ,. rf i I f
waists and skirts JilL"! J
SOe 75c Sumner Fabrics at ISc
Pongees. Bilk I.lnens.
etc., worth 60c-75c yd.
kinds of fine Laces !JC-3iC"5C
rnimnln sfrlns of KmbrolderleK.
FlneOlngham Remnants One big
table of all kinds 12V4c Qtn
kind for a yard
Calico Remnants One
kind for a
40-Inch Lawns the lOo
kind, for a yard . . ......
Brussels Carpet Remnants -running
up to 10-yard lengths, worth up
to $125 per yard on sale OQp
In the basement at., JZ7
Carpet Remnants all grades
. lengths up to a yard and a TQp
half at, for the remnant.. .vl " W
sale In the basement tomorrow.
25c Suspenders (Oc
On sale Friday and Saturday, all kinds
of suspenders. Including the celebrated
French make, Police, Firemen, the Two in
One brand. Farmers, also braces and union
made suspenders, your choice 10c a pair.
One pair to a customer. Our big suit sale
continues for, one, week more. $5.00 buys
an ell wool man's cheviot suit made and
trimmed In A 1 style. For $7.50 you can
have your choice' out of about 150 different
atyles, everyone worth more money. For
$10.00 we can furnish you with suits that
you yourself would not expect for less than
$15.00. In young men's suits, ages 15 to
20, we offer also extra good values at $3.00.
$7.50 and $10.00. We are agents in Omsba
for , the Alfred Benjamin Sne clothing,
Young's hats and the Cehartt makes. Our
aim is to give the best values for the least
money, which means a saving to you, and
as everything we sell Is guaranteed to ba
all right you certainly have nothing to
loae and everything to gain by trading at
The Guarantee Clothing Co., 1519-21 Doug
Full Set of Teeth, $3
' Graduate dentists admitted to eur course
for $100.00. We .make money by trachlng
eur course and "don t need to charge such
$5.00 Gold Crewns. $3.00
tN ORDER TO INCREASE OUR CXJNICJ
we want every man, woman and child to
have their mounths examined by the pro
fessors of this collage.
Small ohaxges for material.
We do as we Advertise.
Bet of Teeth. $3.0". uplOoM Krllnes.TRo. up
Teeth extracted free Killings from. .26c, up
iik Gold Crowns.. l.'JBrldge Work. $2.85. up
OF PAINIESS IJENTrSTRY.
1E22 DOUGLAS ST REST, ROOM 4
Open Dally: Nights till . Sundays, t to 4
The Beautiful now
la it not exhilaiatiiig? and what a thme
all the bob-alPil have been stored! J.si
think of all the goose bi-rrles and thl' k
like that- which we WON'T get! Ur.a:
time for ICE cream soda too! That te
mlnds us; wr nave Just u little tne lt"w
outfit for making the finest sodH, lie. ,h r
bets, etc.. In this city, ana propose .o ni4k
i specialty ot supplying lnnnly parilei,
etc., with the finest of froien rtetlrae.n
OH IT WILL WARM CP SOMETIME: IT
Need any. rubber goods? Just look thl
list over and remember every piece is a-uar-anteed
for one year.
2-qt. Water Hag 4Sc
1- o.t. Water Flag V
4-ql. Water Bag Mc
2- qt. Fountain Syrlnse ' :
3- qt Fountain 8yr!nee ;. 61-
4-qt. Fountain Svrinxe kU-
2- q.t. t'onib. Water Hag and Syringe... to,-
3- ql. Onmk Water Bag anrl SyrliiKd ...$'.
4- qt. fot:il. Water Bug- and Syrlnga ... 1.1J
la in Murve1 Whirling Spray Syringe, by
mal postpaid .'.... CW
$2.0i I ad'en' HouxehoH Syringe, by mall
. Ft paid Sl.H
Write for orlres on all o'her n,1u of
rubber good we nil mall order promptly.
Two Phoaea T-4T ana TUT.
1. Career lata Chicago Sta.
13 3 FARNAM STREET.
of a great
'THIS GREAT SPECIAL WR
J CHASE SALE comprising
the many stylet and qualities made by
thne famous mak'.r trtil ctoe Sat
urday night Until then these instru-'
vients unexcelled for beauty, dura
bility mnd tone will be soltl at a pos;
live discount of SO per vntoffettern
Only Two Days More
AND THE OPPORTUNITY to
get a new fully guaranteed
standard 1903 piano at less than
wholesale on payments of only $5.00
ptr month will be lost! Can You
Afford To Lose lit
$375 Parlor Upright 2Q250
$400 Puritan Model QQOO
,42E-Cab.net Upright- 29750
$450-rModlfled Co,onlal JJUOQ
$475 Florentine Model- Q 32
$500 Renaissance Cs'OO Rflflfl
net Grand Only QOwU
' We do flno piano repair! ag
in our own factory.
Pianos perfectly tuned at
Omaha, 1623. Co. Bluffe, 368.
' IOWA BRANCH:
502 Broadway, Counoll Bluff.
First time ' he shaved he
cut a notch In bis face to
remind himself not to do It
'Spone a man buys a cheap
made-to-order suit first
Just to remind himself not
to do it again to remind
himself to go "up the 'hill
to MacCarthy" next time he
There's a snap and a dash
about a-"MacCarthy suit"
that Is a revelation to tne
man who has had experience
with pjor tailoring that is
a delight to the man who is
a connoisseur of true tail
oring. It pays us to pay the high
salaries for an artist cutter
and artist tailors because It
Sulla, $25 to $43.
1710-12 Farnam St.
Pnsne I80S Bee Bsildinf
Court House' Is Opposite.
Enough to 1
ma nc as y
finr.A Ijlifc.. Th7$;,
w 1 Untie m
when aome people evtrythtng
Will spend hiiudretls for m
of dollars on n fine ij....
CHiTiuge nun iruuii
ful teuui of horses
and thrn buy n cheap
reiitly-to-put-on set of
' 1 . I .1 WW
liatnt'Hs with the ixwrcHt
mountings, absolutely with
out desleu, when they have at
their very dnur
th best harness maker
in the west.
The nmkiug of every net
of harness Is pertMunlly
aiiK'riuteiided by Mr. Cor
iiIhIi himself. The pride t tint
a tail jr takes In making you
a stilt of clothes is taken in
lnnkius a et of harness
tlint will do us houor.
Suit Cases. Traveling?
Uaf and Valisca
Merchants National Dank
Fai4 as f4Nl aw. i Hari4aa tmmi SIMM
USITHO STATU DaWMTONY.
fmmk Mrvl. ftmtitm H N WaaS. Mrr I .1
link. lirr V V Hw.Hift x.M
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Write (or Sample t-r.
TUB RKLIA1ILK STORK.
We are now recognized as the leaders
Our contracts with some of the leading
as accumulated, enables us to show the
country. White Goods. Mercerised Ooods,
L'nderwear In fact, everything 'hat makes
tic room. COMPARE PRICKS:
Rrmrants of printed Madras, batiste, lac
and corded striped Swiss, ewtval ellK and
French plaids, worth So, for Ulc.
Hemnants of printed dlmlttrs, hlack sa
teen, drrss ginghams and printed batiste,
worth 15c. for i'ic
Remnants of double fold dark blue pcr
calea, yard wide, light col.irei percales.
f rlnted dimities and blnck sateens, worth
ze. Tor 6c.
Full pieces of Scotch lawns, strictly fast
color, only one dress pattern tj a custo
mer, worth 10c, for 3o.
Full assortment of sizes, gents' mrci.iini
weight undorshlrts, plain and ribbed, worth
36c, for lc.
Ladles' Jersey ribbed sleeveless Vrst?
worth 2U- for 10?.
Ladles' fast black hoe, worth :uc, lor
Oente' acamless half hose, worth li'jc,
for 5c. r -
GREAT GROCERY SALE
22 Lbs. Best Cane Cranulated Sugar Sl.00
rtOICn CDIIIT I Vlh. Mliiceil llHm
UrWCU inUM ' s-lh. run X iMiim fausage
'.We own the largest stock of dried end 'k'm'" ,Mf : t''
evaporeied Irult In the w.st. You will t.nd r, - ? I. v.r-
on,- nri.... h.. on i-. .... ...... i Butter t ruckfrs
10 lbs of Fancy Country Dried Apples
Choice California Prunes
Extra Large Italian Prunes.
Fancy .California Peaches ...
Choice California Pears
Choice California Apricots...
NEW SEASON JAPAN TEA
Good -Jap Tea..
Fancy Jap Tea..
Tea Blfttngs ...
-b. can Potted Ham
H-lb.- can Deviled Mam
Vi-lb.- can Deviled Ox Tongue
4-lb. can Potted Ox Tongue
Vlb. can Potted Beef
4-lb. can Potted Ham and. Tongue.
-lb. can Potted Chicken
can Potted Turkey.
la-lb. can Deviled Turkey; 6c
Under Government Supervision
' Charter 689. '....
J. L. Brandeis
: 4 EiSi INTEREST PAID
On Pass Books and Certificates
NO NOTICE REQUIRED
All Deposits Payable on Demand
Deposits made now draw interest
for the entire month of May.
Checks on All Banks Cashed.
Little Home Safes Loaned Free.
Banking Hours 9 m. m. to S p. m. Saturdays until 9 p.m.
The Material Makes the Trunk
Vhen we sell you a trunk we can tell you what it wa
made of and how It is made. We know, because we make
them ourselves. Our trunks laat a life-time, and the beet
of it Is, that' they cost no more than the ones made to
eell and not to wear.
ALU WE NEED TO SAY
to intelligent ladle Intending to buy SEWING MACHINES la that we have the NEW
HOME, "WHITE, STANDARD, DOMESTIC and HOUSEHOLD all very popular be
cause tbey have been tborougly tried and
machines at $15.00 up.
P. E. FLODMAN & CO.
af ' ' V7 '1
lWc have modern office appliances designed
for busy business men in such a variety that
it is all but a complete education in office system.
If you take pride In being up-to-date visit
our office supplies room unexpected ways
of saving time insuring accuracy and
promptness In your business.
Office supplies ( n I stationery retailed af toholtsale prices.
Itcrytkiaf settles tsr t fTka.
OMAHA PRINTING CO.,T.prh"u,-n3Uf "&U?iV.
- Mat srecrt f Mee.
Careruiiy nreMOti tiiruguiy ng-ea aosoiutciy pure UfrtZ
- finest duality, private lirmul rklt flaror physician iIH
prescribe It Ix-st of ull i-omtg no more. .
Dellv.ra to snr part of Omaha. Council Bluffa or gouts Omaha.
oroer a case irom tne aJE. I I
OMAHA Ktoptwns 14
or LEE MICHELL. wholesale
.These Points Are Worthy of Your Consideration
1 Tbe security Is undoubted. .
i The interest Is su bam nihil
3 You may deposit today and have Interest begin at once. Four per cent
on all deposits.
CITY SAVINGS BANK
1 6th andDoutlas Sta , S. E. Cor. Omaha. Nebraska.
FRIDAY IS REMNANT
DAY IN THE D0
In our high claas remnant department.
niilla to ship us their mill lengths ss fart
greatest line of remnants In this western
Wash Goods, Linens, Flannels, Towels,
a complete dry goods store In the domes
LINENS AND WHITE GOODS,
One big tnble rains nk. India llnonsf snl
leno strte, long mill eti'ls, worth uj in
16c yard at yard "4c.
One big table lMncli organdies, ltirtli
llnons, mercerised waMtlngs, dotted 8wlen
and laoe str.ped bovehb-s. In long mm
ends, worth jard at yaid Vc
One table rhfrk and etrf-w nalneooks,
worth liT yard at yard 4',5c.
Sftc walkings. In Oxfords and clyvlnts,
patterns to eclet t from Hull piece), at
So honeycomb towels. 40 Inches long, at 4c.
25o bleached union tabic damask at
j ' 50c cream Scotch tnble linen, extra
i heavy quality at yard 'c.
...... ..n 11.. .,i klrnrhed table
linen, 66 Inches wide at yaid Sc.
l.ic Hatnslcy s all linen bleached toweling-at
,,... .. ni,i.,a..h.i ,,,,...11,1 vard Wide.
I In long mill ends at yurd-iVv
I t.,, li-nvfr Miun,
' H bars, all brands, Laundry Boap...
Klin Pried Oatmeal
Very tine Kl-e
Kiln lrled Cir.imeil
1 sack (.raharr Flour
1 sack Kye Flour
S-ll. ran Caillor.Ua Kt Plums....
3-lb. can California Silver Pnim-s.
lb can California Uage Plums...
CUTTING PRICES ON MEATS AND
FISH -ANY KIND JUfiT KF.
CKIVED FROM LA K K HURON.
They ure the best on earth.
VchI Knast , c
Veal Stew 44n
.c I Kosst Boef. 10c and
& Sons, Bankers .
found satisfactory In every respeot. Chea'a
1514 CAPITOL AVENUE.
Ses far cautsfs.
Ul uiutiiiiv.i va .
MOUTH OMAHA TatopHane B I
rlealwr. cotiscti- iuu
a i - aa W aT V .T ft
Powered by Open ONI