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TIIE OMATTA DAILT UEE: FIUPAT, MAY 22, 1003.
DELAYS RAILROAD SERVICE
We&Qa37 Uight'i Baa Softeni' BoadbecU
. tod Takes Oat Tracks.
TRAINS TO AND FROM WEST HELD BACK
Willi -fVaa-oat ea Mala Ma la
aad AMmmt Paalllloa
Jj ' ,a4 Voilaaor.
Th" rahV 'of Wednesday night demor
alise rh1irs4 ' servlc to th west of
Omaha for' fifteen hour. Th through
roads to the wet had numeroua waahoute
ait long the line within fifty mile of
Omaha. 'Alt train from the , west were
late yesterday morning- arid the Union Pa
cific, did not ret in any trains before noon.
No. it of the Union Pad do . which was
to rt a-one Out1, Wednesday night, left at
The Wabash and the Missouri Paclflo
trains from the south were also hampered, J
coming in several hours late. From the
east some of the trains were late, although
no washouts wot reported, but some soft
track', which necessitated slower running
The Burlington had, a number of minor
washout In the -inclty of Chalco and
Bellsvu and It became necessary to Tun
all of the trains via Flattsmouth and It
was therefore Impossible to give the other
roads the right to use Its track as Is usually
the case when washouts occur along the
lines west of Omaha.
The Rock Island suffered slightly because
of the rain, having a bridge washed out at
Gates, but this was repaired at 7 yester
day morning and ths regular schedule was
resumed, otherwise It mad little change
In the' running tlm of ths various trains
of the road.
riaaiaa- on I'aloa Paelfla.
Th Union aclflo was probably the
heaviest sufferer of Wednesday's rain, there
being washouts on th main line In and
about Papllllon and Oilmore, but re
pairs were completed at last night. No. 11
wss started out three hours late yesterday
over the Northwestern tracks as far
as Fremont, 'where It again took th Union
Paclflo tracks. It was necessary to use
one of the lighter engine on this train as
th track and bridges pt tnis portion or. in
. lln are not built for th heavier Union
Pacific rolling stock!
Trouble also overtook the Missouri Pa
cific on the Auburn branch and a washout
Was reported at Fort Crook and 100 feet of
track washed out at Portal, .which necessi
tated running the Auburn trains via Platta
mouth 'and Union. The damage at Fort
Crook haa already been repaired and the
remainder will b put -In shape as rapidly
" Railway Notes and Personals.
" J. Y. Calahan, . general agent for th
Nickel Plate, . with headquarters at Chi
cago, Is In the. city.
H. N. Butterfleld of Chicago, traveling
passenger agent for the Delaware, Lack-
awnna at western, is in me city.
President I-owry of the Boo line returned
to Minneapolis via Omaha from Colorado
Springs Thursday morning; with his wife.
George Lee, general traveling passenger
. t. i'li a ti-..l wi
spoils 4 Omaha, was In the city Wednes
day, shaking hands with his railroad ac
quaintances. SMALL FIRES FROM " GASOLINE
Biases' Inflict Injuries oa Owners of
- Houses, bat Dai No Prop- '
i ertr Damns;.
',. A fir alarm shortly after yesterday
- morning palled the department to 1320 South
Sixth street, the premises of Mr. and. Mrs.
' Ed P. Nichols, to settle a misunderstanding
between them and a gasoline stove. Mrs.
Nichols had one of her hands badly burned
by the ignited vapor. ....
Another fire alarm was turned In at 12:34
In the afternoon from 1232 South Fifteenth
street, the premises . being occupied by
Anton Drapalek. He, too, had an accident
with some gasoline, with which he was try
, Ing to renovate a pair of pants. His hands
. were also badly burned in trying to subdue
the flames. In neither , case was there any
, property loss of any value. ... . '
'" 'Wast They Demand.
.Headaches, liver complaints, bowel dis
orders, demand Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They ar gentle, but cure or no psy, 50.
For sale by Kuhn tt Co, ...
TUNERAL OF MRS. TUNNICLIFF
. Wife of. Well Known Omaha Lawyer
.,, Laid at Rest at Ointn.
New York. . -r
,: The funeral of Mrs.' N H. Tunnlcllff.
- - -.. .u.vii, was
' solemnised In Oswso. N. T.. 8imiiv t-
'he family residence. . Mrs. Tunnlcllff was
. th daughter of th late E. A. Van Home,
general superintendent of the Rome, Water
, town Ogdensburg railway, and formerly
" lived In .this city, being the wife of N. H
t Tunnjcllff, th attorney. The family was
; ' trmpoiartly In Boston on business when
, Mrs. Tunnlcllff was stricken. Sh. i-
' one brother and two sisters, resident in
! Tork state. Among those In attend,
ance at th funeral was Judge Irving F
Baxter of Omaha.
" " 1
Known th World Over.
For It wonderful care Dr. ki- xt
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. It cures or no pay. For sal by
. i a as, v wa
. !.n.w.'!!! LrtV"A ? v. been
r&'t-M 'ChanoV,,kl- 2368 South
M131 '" Janek 1U7 Bot- fifteenth,
'Prof. Nesbitt reads at Unity church thl
Whit all. Oloves, stitched with whit or black-Black silk gloves stitched with
whlie.or.btack-prlces iOc, 75c and $1.00. sTioves. stitched with
ppra Glovee-elbow length-60c. 75c. $1.00 and $1.28-ln white or black
Black or white lace, oprra or elbow length gloves-tl.M and $175. '
.. lABlt glows, In black..-white or gray-S0o and 75c
( Lace lisle gloves, black, white, modes or grays-prices 75c. $1.00 and $1 50.
- -nd . r"UUr D lbW 'en',h, ,n WhU' r --. . 11.00. $150.
I i ; ' FANS FOR GRADUATING CLASSES
Onus Silk Hand decorated, lac. plaltt or spangled, bone or .name! tlcka-wice
ROMINE CASE APPEARS AGAIN
Traste la Baakraatey- Brfaa to
Reeever Keek f
An echo of on of th most sensational
bankruptcy cases known to the judges of
th federal court Is heard In the suit filed
by Sidney W. Smith, trustee, against Sarah
I Bcoggln and the-Burlington railroad in
th district court of . Douglas county yes
Sidney W. Smith was appointed by Judge
Munger a trustee of th estate of James
g. Romlne, who until about a year ago was
on of the merchants of northwestern Ne
braska, having .stores at Mitchell and at
Bridgeport It. Is alleged In the petition
filed yesterday that a few days prior to
th filing of the petition In bankruptcy In
th United States cpyrt Roroln sold the
stock at Mitchell to a nephew and the
stock at Bridgeport to Sarah . Bcoggln, a
sister, the latter. sale being for 11,000 In
cash and fll.000 in notes; that the $1,000 In
cash was advanced by. Romlne.
It is further alleged that Romlne then
left th state and the jurisdiction of the
federal court, being a fugitive for several
months, when he was arrested In one of
the New England states and brought back
to Nebraska upon requisition; that after
he had been brought back the plaintiff In
this case, ss trustee, secured possession of
the notes given by Mrs. Scoggln In payment
of the purchase price of the Bridgeport
sttck, but that every one of the notes had
been marked paid. The plaintiff claims
that no part of th notes had been paid, al
though so marked, and he tenders through
the court the notes to the maker and de
mands that he be given possession of the
stock of goods for the benefit of the general
creditors of the estate of the bankrupt
The Burlington railroad Is brought into
the suit upon allegation that It holds In Its
possession th sum of $152, which Is claimed
by Mrs. Scoggln, but which Is really the
property of the bankrupt and that It should
be paid to the truste of th estate for the
benefit of th creditors.
M'HUGH F0RP0LICE BOARD
Best Advices from Lincoln Glv Him
the Inside Track (or th Mack
Reports from Lincoln ar to th effect
that the successor to th vacancy on the
Omaha police board created by th pros
pective retirement of Commissioner Wright
has been practically determined on by Gov.
ernor Mickey In the choice of Judge W. D.
McHugh. The cards are said to have been
originally stacked for Jim. Dahlman, backed
with the prestige of .being democratic na
tlonal committeeman, but failed- to play out
tight. It was then declared that the new
commissioner must be a lawyer and the
papers were prepared that were to land
S. B. Rush, the democratic holdover as
deputy United States district attorney, only
to discover at the Inst moment that Mr.
Rush was Ineligible by reason of his resi
dence Mn Dundee, Instead of In this city.
The telling pull Is therefore now said to be
working in behalf of Judge McHugh, who
belongs to that wing of the democracy that
stuck to the gold standard. The Benson
Ites have been pushing E. E. Thomas as
a populist, and a number of Bryan demo
crats of varying; prominence have been
mentioned, but without receiving much en
couragement at the state house. The law
bars the governor from naming another re
publican because the board already has two
republican members. The appointment will
probably be made In time to enable the
new commissioner to sit with th board at
Its meeting next Monday., '
DANDRUFF DON'T WASH OUT.
Th Germ that Cnns'es It Ha to Be
Destroyed, to Cars DaadrnS.
Many a woman spends an hour twice a
ek scouring her scalp, thinking scrub
bing off the scurf will cur the dandruff.
Two hours a week, at the age of 40 years.
she has spent 260 days of 12 hour each, or
two-thirds of a year of her life, In that
vain hope, vain, because you can't cure
dandruff germ, and the only hair prepara
tion on earth that will do that la Newbro's
"Herplclde" also a delightful hair dressing
and thorough antlseptio against all con
tagion from use of others hair brushes. It
Is also a delightful hair dressing. Send 10c
In stamps for free sample to The Herpl
clde Co., Detroit. Mich.
Briefs from the Courts.
James E. PhllllDS has been arrantmt
divorce from Effle Phillips -by Judge Day.
Peter Gilllgan sues the Omaha Street
Railway company for $500 damages for Der-
sonal Injuries alleged to have been received
oy lire piainun wnue aiamounting rrom a
car which was suddenly started at Tenth
and Hickory streets. . He claims that his
left shoulder and arm were dislocated.
A decree of Judge Dickinson, restraining
the mayor and city council from at this
time proceeding to the construction of
sewers In sewer district No. 152, has been
filed in the case of John I. Redlck against
the city. The defendant Is granted the
right to apply for a modification of the
decree whenever it becomes apparent that
the construction of the sewer Is necessarv.
The proposed sewer was to have been built
on Twenty-first and Twenty-second streets,
between Sprague street and Amti avenue.
John Flanagan haa filed a cross bill aad
answer to the petition of the Winona Sav
ings bank. In a case pending in the dis
trict court. He .seeks to have title De
clared In him to certain land which Is a
part of Boyd's addition to Omaha and
aays that all proceedings had with refer
ence to the platting of the land and its
sale since he purchased It from one Taylor
are Irregular and void, as he val purchaser
In possesion all of the time and has nuver
consented to any sale or transfer of the
Will Make Ton Feel Yoaaaj.
Electric Bitters ar a marvelous tonic,
and work wonders for a weak, run-down
system. Try them. Only 60e. For sals by
Lincoln and return. $2.30 via Rock Island
system. May 22 and 23, final limit May 25.
City ticket office. 132S Farnam st, Omaha
Nichols Broadfleld. printers. Tel. 4841.
whT thTirunk. aree To tti T "
ISSM- U'e' whth SS
REPAIRING DO-K. TEL. lOto.
MRS. J. BENSON.
est Silk Gloves ilflade.
mofer,hfXVd0Uble fln'er UPt -'wear "the,
Another Sals of Ladiei Low Shoes at t.59 Today
r ii'iiii a i w j ars
Remtiaiits of Imported Dress Goods at 19c
. A German manufacturer of the very highest grade Voiles, Etamlnes, ' MIs
strals, Wool Gause, silk eollennes, silk crepes, Bilk Melanges, etc., eold us all his
surplus stock. One of the most remarkable dress goods pur
chases ever made by us goods valued ss high as $.1.00 a
y a rd most bea utlful effects and many pieces alike on
sale at per length ,
High Orad Remnants 35c
Highest grade Buttings and Cloth-
enough in each piece for skirts.
waists and children's
dresses, at each
Fine French Moussellne. genuine Embroidered Swisses. 2t-lnch
Pongees, silk Moussellne, etc. regular selling price as high
as 75o and $1.00 a yard all beautiful summer goods
Remnants of Danish Cloth the popular novelty fabrlo for J9u3
today at, yard
Remnants of the finest and sought-for Black Bilks. Satins Taffetas Psmi
de Boles, etc.. In short and medium lengths, on bargain square main aisle
at less than one-half their regular price. wiuare, main aisle.
Remnants and sample strips of all
kinds of Laces, worth up to 25o a
10c, 5c, 2ic, lie
SALE OF REMNANTS
STANDARD PRINTS In black and
white, steel grays and fancies, Ol
io as long as they last at -"
PLAIN WEAVES AND CORDED
GINGHAMS worth up to 16o a yard
In long remnants go 8c
UNBLEACHED MUSLIN extra good
Quality 36-ln. wide. In long An
remnants go at a yard
40-INCH INDIA LINENS
worth 15c a yard go at...
PERCALE 36-inch In light and dark
colors would te cheap at
Vic go at a yard
$1.00 SHIRT WAISTS AT 25c
Thousands of elegant new Shirt Waists, In all the dainty sum
mer fabrics and newest styles greatest Shirt Waist offer ever '
mad in Omaha,, worth up to $1 each special tomorrow
Trimmed Hat Sale at $1
corners, finely colored.
Sopuiar suDjects, splen- i -i
Id assortment, actual If
0. "JT. ptnnbtim pm.'Pinniti pens
Special Offerings for Saturday! Selling
FOR PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE CALL, 'PHONE WIRE OR WRITE
Choicest Granulated K
Fresh Fish M
Blaclc Bass Tha real Pound
fresh mouth-watering kind -4 Q
Roe Shad The finest Each
evef brought to this T CS -
Shad Roes-Not pretty Pair
good, but rich, aweet and r -,
H i at- I
STRUCK ON HEAD WITH AXE
Katie Whltsoa Bar Bb Was A
aolted that Way by C
Before Judge Estell th case of th
stat against Charles R. Hatcher, who is
charged with assault with Intent to com
mit great bodily harm. Is on trial. The
complaining witness Is Katie Whltaon, a
cook In a Soutli Omaha restaurant. One
of the exhibits Is an axe, with which it Is
alleged Hatcher made the assault. The
complaint states that the assault was
made April IT of the present year and
th testimony of th complaining witness
Is to the effect that Hatdher desired to
marry the landlady of the hotel and that
the cook had told the woman stories of
Hatcher which tended to lessen her regard
for him; that the assault was for the pur
pose of revenge for the stories. Witness
said that she was atruck with the ax
three times, twice upon the head, both
blows penetrating the scalp, and one upon
th arm when she raised that member to
defend her head.
Yoar 8aniBsr tacatloa
Will be -.pleasant and Invigorating If yon
spend it at some on of th lake or liver
resorts of Mlchlgaa. Writ for booklet,
"Michigan Bummer Resort," or "Fishing
and Hunting la Michigan," beautifully 11
lustrated publications giving details of th
beat places at which to spend a delightful
vacation. Address all requests to H. F.
Moeller, O. P. A., Pere Marquett R. ft.,
Ela-bty-Etaat Savlaa Baaks
In Vaaaachusetts pa? per cent Interest on
deposits. Only twt pay I per cent. . We
pay 4 per cent' on deposits and money may
be withdrawn at any time.
J. U BRANDEI8 & BONS. Bankers.
Crsmer's Klds-y and Liver Cur Cure
backache Is h!Mr endorsed by Omaha
people. Comus lu two sites. Our price,
40c and T&c. Ecbteter's Cut Pric Drug
8ior, 14th and Chicago streets.
Bam'l Burns, luon and cemetery vase.
Low trice thi w " . ..
t ' JMJSl'Jirt nirt
Dress Uoods 25c Yard
The accumulation of an Immense
stock of dress goods, every pop
ular weave, style and color of
fine dress goods from f
I to 7 yard lengths iC
at yard mw
Dress Goods at 25c
Remnants of elegant Embroideries.
121c, 10c, 5c, 3ic
IN THE BASEMENT
TwKlT.f10. MMITIE8 ' AND
LAWNS In dainty floral designs
cheap at 15o a yard go 71
at i iC
0c MERCERIZED SATEEN 36 Inches
wide In plain blnck and col- . 1 (E
ors go at a yard lub
85c DRESS 8WI88E8 in dainty floral
5o MERCERIZED GINGHAMS In
long remnants go at a f C
BLEACHED MUSLIN LONG REM
NANTS best grades 36 file
Inches wide, at a yard "I"
Tard Pletares ef Roses Pansles,
etc., 12x20 2-inch whit mat In
white and gold frames
worth dolar and a
a" Kinds Today.
Croppies Dainty mor- Pound
Bels to delight the lover j A
of good things 1 -fW
Salmon The very Pound .
best quality meaty, pa- . CI
latable, nutritloua. IOC
Halibut If you like Pound
halibut you'll like these
i taacuiis I
rsrnsm ata '
50c Underwear 25c.
On sale Friday and Saturday. Made of
fine Egyptian yarn, derby ribbed, a beauti
ful shade of light sky blue, finished neck
band satin facing on shirts. The drawers
ar French faced, have large pearl but
tons and are silk stitched across the bot
tom, It's the regulation BOo value, sale price
25c a garment; not more than two suits
to any one customer. Our special suit
values at $7.60 and $10.00 are the talk of
the town. In fine goods we offer special
Inducements In the Benjamin make of fine
clothing at 112.60, 116.00 and 118.00 a suit.
We carry one of the largest stocks of men's
pants In the city, and we can save you
money on same. Elegant pants are now
only II. W, better ones f2.o0, $3.00 and 13.60.
The Guarantee Clothing Co., 1319-15'l. Doug
msb rm .
. HARK U0
Do you want to save money, time snd
trouble T Then, why not vUit the
SQUARE INCH TAIL0K COLLEGE
and learn the complete art In the most
perfect manner. .
COLLEGE 427 PAXTON BLOCK
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1313 FARNAM STREET.
WE think you never did. they
are the biggest offered! and
every instrument is posi
tively guaranteed by the largpst
strongest piano house in the Went.
Local disturbances don't alarm us
We believe. In continued prosper
ity. Our business is too great
and too far reaching to cause us
any worry. We continue to offer
the most the best your money
enn buy. We believe In treating
our customers fairly and courte
ouslyit haa made our business
big even in dull seasons.
$425 Emerson parlor size mahog
any case standard make $295
t3i0 Gramer walnut case
500 Hard man like new.... $295
1325 I vers & Pond walnut
t.350 Irers & Pond mahogany
1500 Steger golden oak case
. large size fine tone and ao
Knabe large size $300
1400 Brown & Simpson walnut
case ,. $19 O
$375 Sample piano fancy wal
nut case , .... $218
Other second-hand uprights at '
$65, $92, $115 and $128
Btelnway . '& Rons Hardman
. Emerson Fisher Vose & Sons
Mattheushek Hallet Goblin, etc.
$15, S36, $48, uptoU5
v Terms $2 to $J Per Maoth.
Several Used rf an, $12,00 to $45
Only piano hoiut in thi
tilling itsndard pianoi on 15.00
monthly payment$. '
Pianola Concert! 3 to 4 p. m
every ' Friday - Complimentary
ticket at office, ' ......
Fine Tuning and, Repairing.
. . i TELEPHONES: ....
Omaha U25. ' Couocll Blaffs J63
, . IOWA BRANCH; ..
S02 Broadway, Council Bluffs. . .
Th Only Doubt
, and Chicago.
R DAILY TRAINS
8.15 PM THE OVERLAND LIMITED
mat and dnwlne-roo- 1p'"'S 'ib ""i"?
un ElKlrle llhi throiiahoat,
8.00 AM THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS
Pallms dr-wlntf-rooai and toarlrt .lepla( wa 4ad
lata u, sad tras racllalnl baU can.
5.S0 PM THE EASTERN EXPRESS
Pallman drawing-roam aa wari-i '?' '-;
(raa raollnins ohalr san. buCa Ubratr sad tmok a
AJinine vara. .
9 OTHER DAILY TRA NS
3 in lil Pra-tna rooaj ilaaplnf a . boffal i.
ll All ln anif llbnu7 aara and (raa n-linta
,M ,balr aara Chioatw. Ulainsoara.
II Oft in Through aar-laa Omaha to flhleaaa.
1.30 AM Tr.i.r.i? r"dLr1,,li.'-3rr1'
2 DAILY TRAINS
7 0 C 111 Obaa aUoa vats can, parlor aan and
Ow Am coachaa.
81 fl Dli Pullmaa alaaptos aara . baffat library
I U n can aad traa nail-log alutU aaia
0 fill Dll ToFramont. Llaoola.Wahoo.Da-td Clt,
U.UU 11 York. Ha In... Kaward, Oaaara. Sopa
rlor. Norfolk, Lobs ham. Caasar, Mu Sprlnaa.
iMadw&od and LaadT Throosh ravllala onalr aaiai
Pullmaa alaapla oar aaf'ica.
1 C I U To Framoat. Llnaoln. Wahoa. Norfolk.
I , J AM Long Ploa, tardlara, Boaaataal aod a
tloaabnd Indian KMrtioa oountrr.
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
1401 and 1403 Farnam Street
What we'd like to see.
Good paving on 16th street; th settlement
of all labor troubles; less knocking; and
mora boosting (or Omaha and ttter
weather. Of course most anybody can
fix the weather, but It seems Impossible
for any one or number of ones to fix th
balance of Omaha's trouble. .
2- qt. guaranteed Water Bag 48c
3- nt. guaranteed Water Bats 63c
4-qt guaranteed Water Bag S3c
X-qt. guarantees, rouniain nynnge......
S-qt. guaranteed Fountain Syringe , 63c
4-qt. guaranteed Fountain Syringe S3c
$2 00 Ladies' Household Syringe 11. WJ
This syringe Is all one piece of rubber,
and Impossible to get OUT OF ORDER.
By mall postpaid for $1.10.
$1.00 Peruna any quantity 61 o
tl.Ut Her s Malt Whiskey 64c
$1.00 Canadian Malt Whiskey, 90 per
cent proof 73c
35o Genuine Castorla 24 o
6c "Catarrh Rem" guaranteed 8uc
$2.00 Genuine Chester's Pennyroyal Pills $1
Write us for prices on anything In the
drug, rubber goods, patent medicine, fam
ily liquor or sundry line. We cat 'etn all.
OPEN ALL. NIGHT. -
T raoa T4T aaa T&T.
I. W. Corsar l$1a aa Calcaa at.
The swell dressed ladles of Omaha
are fast "getting onto" the elegant
way la which we clean skirts,
waists and summer dresses, and
in fact all dellcrte fabrics that re
quire skill and care in handling.
We guarantee our work. 1 Ask for
a price list. '
407 8o 15th 8t Tel. 13
In the Domestic Room ;
B0C Ol'AMTY IMPORTED SCOTCH
M ADR ASSES The woven and printed
light -mum!, with dark stripes 0R(t
and, small figures, only Lit
tOC QUALITY FRENCH DATI8TES Sntln
UtripoB, light and dark frrounds.
vt. a a
HOC QUALITY 8WI83 ORGANDIES-LlRht
grounds, fancy colored stripes, Ifln
20G QUALITY FRENCH LAWN8-AS-
sorted colors. In stripes and figures, extra
heavy and 11ns seersucker glng- CI ft
hams, only 0 3b
8C MUSLIN 4V4C YARD 8c quality Buck
head brown muslin, extra fine quality,
yard wide, sold all over the city A 1
at 8c, for ope day, yard Htli
f Special Notion Sale Friday
This Includes a full linen of notions at less than one-half the staple prices. Hair
pins, buttons, threads, ohoe 'laces, corset laces, corset steels, seam bindings, skirt
bindings, combs, tooth brushes, mirrors, thimbles, crochet cotton, Beldlng Bros.'
sewing silks, tack pullers, curling Irons, needle books, mourning pins, tracing
wheels, etc., etc., all go on sale Friday at less than.
One-Half Regular Soiling Price '
This 1 an opportunity to lay In a stock of small ware at a vary small 'aost.
Specials for Saturday
MEN'S, U 60 AND $2.00 SHIRTS AT 60C
50albien men's colored laundered shirts,
In madras and linen, all the newest colors
and all styles, worth $1.60 and $2, Cn.
on sale Saturday at 9UC
Other Saturday Specials
MEN'S $2.00 UNDERWEAR AT 7BC-2O0
ig iwieat Sale
..9ic Bin- I2ic
Beef.'lOc.. ...... 03
. Tor dinners for lunches for picnics for Invalids
for wives for mother for daughters It's absolutely
pure Mildly stimulating health building.
to-vars asy Part at Oas aha. CaaaHl BluOs or Soots Omaka. ' .,
Order a case from the I I
o"n Ttupaona i4i
or ' LEE MICHELL, wholesale
If filing cabinets and card systems are new to
you and you dread putting them in because
you don't understand them-r
Then let a furnish you with a-trained
xpert without xpns to you to show
you how easy It Is to run a oard and filing
system Tb annoyance- It'll save you th
money It'll maks you wilt wall repay you
Our prices M to H per cent under dealer'
Office evppliu and Hationtry retailed at wfwleeal price.
, ZverrfMa! aiaSti far Ok afTica.
Mai sraart faL
Wa have been for years building
up our reputation on saddles;
m n A
no stockman who wants a taddl
ever lands In South Oma ha without
the way to our store. W have th
al of tb
Collins & Morrison Stock Saddle
We have them smooth or full stamped. In beautiful designs and prfct '
workmanship the atronjeat and most durable saddle ruaxl. Prices ranse
from $20.00 to $60.00 per saddle.
Bras Swaat Scrapara L4nn Stabla Rubtra. ,
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wont wear your hat
Not even If hep face and form are nearly the
no danger or mat if your bat come
1511 Douglas St
Tour hat will be mad for you It must necessarily be different,
can't say, "Oh, do I look Ilk thatT" If we make your bat
SERVE YOUR OWN INTEREST
by purchasing your Sewing Machine or supplies from us. We certainly hav th
best that ran be got for money, and our over twenty year' experience In thl busU
ness enables us to Judge a to what goods will give the best service. At prement we
have a lot of scrubbed up machines I hut we will cl'we out at largely reduced prloe.
P. E. FLODMAN & CO.
FREE TO ALL--Until .lay 20
Our tree clllnlc prices extended until May 20.
W ant very man, woman and child to hav their
teeth examined by the professor of this college. No
student to practice oo you, but old, experienced, relia
ble, s-'i'rate, expert dentist. Specialists In each de
partnient. Work guaranteed 10 years..'
We are her to stay. . Incorporated
under slat laws. .
all '-, fm ....SA.OO
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Ale bud lam Plat fresa
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36C WHITE WAISTINOB' 1BC YARD 3Ro
white wr lutings comes lit Oxford, Madras
and bnsket weaves and mercerised stripes
tip to 32 Inches wldo mild In the city st
ttc yard for one day only ICn
at j Hrd I J
50C PERSIAN LAWNS 15C YARD-S0O
quality fine sheer Persian lawns cotnos
In Muck and assorted colors, sold In th
city at BOo yard for. ono day IKft
at yard IU
12W ENGLISH LONC1 CLOTH 7V4C 12Hc
qualify English. long eHth,' yard wide, for
ladies' underwear, for one day 7 la
at yard..... I Sli
IOC QUALITY EXTRA HEAVY SHAKER
FLANNEL In white and colored jtl
stripes and checks, only , tali
drcen men's fine lisle thread and silk un
derwear. In pink, blue and fancy stripe.
In all sizes, worth $2.00 and $2.50, 7C
on sale Saturday at I wU
1.000 DOZEN MEN'S FINE B A LB RIGG A fi
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS In plain and
fancy colors, worth up to $1.00, on sal
Saturday at 60c, l)f.
S60 and QC
Lfc 7.c;.-: a2.
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1514 Capitol Ay
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Work tost free, tatall
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