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THE OMAHA DAILY RFX: SATURDAY, MAttCII 10. 1004.
FIREMAN t ALLS OUT OF CAB
Lo:ei Balacci Wb.'.e Pulling Grait and
Pluagas to Qr.uni
ENGINEER DOES NOT SEE CR HEAR IT
(oni .tothlnti id I'lrfiiwn't IMsap
priranrr lor fcoine Time After,
ward t'lieman l.le to Tell
tt'hen Missouri Baclfic paFsenger train
No. 67 vhr near Fort Crook on Its way
from Kansas City to Omaha Thursday
right Engineer J. F. yutett, who wh run
ning the train, suddenly mlfsed his flra
man, Riley Boltman. He stopped the train
and Informed the conductor of the disap
pearance of Boltman, and It wh deeded to
back up and see If he could not be located.
The train wua run buck ubout four mllej,
where Boltmnn was found walking along
the track, lie iad fallen off the engine
while In the act of shaking the grate. '
The boiler In the engine extends back
through the cab and, of course, the en
gineer occupies the right side and the fire
man the left. When etich man Is on his
own side of the cab the engineer can see
only the lieid of the fireman. Consequently
Engineer (Julett could not see the fireman
If he was lying down. He supposed that
Boltman wan attending to his duties, until
the engine began to slow down for lack
of steam. Going to the opposite side of
the boiler, he found no fireman In sight
The engine had been running along at a
lively rate of speed, and the engineer sup
posed Boltman had been killed If he had
liolt man's Injuries consisted of slight
bruises on his right shoulder blade, where
he struck the ground. He was at the
Union depot yesterday, ready to return
to his home In Kansas City, but he did
not act as fireman on the trip. He shM
that while pulling the grate handle he lost
his hold and fell backward to the ground.
Tut: tiini, am tiik bkk.
A tnry of the lunoranee of a tlty
The city girl coming down to breakfast
at the farm house and observing a plate
of honey on the table said: "Oh; I see you
keep a bee."
That's about the way some people talk
about tho blight of hairiness Just as If a
bald head was something one got all at
once instead of being the result of long de
pletion by an insidious germ which thilves
upon the roots of the hair and succumbs
to only one known remedy, Newbro's Hor
plclde. Newbro's Herplelde Is not a tonic any
wore than electricity Is a fluid. It Is an
extermlnntor, pure and simple.
"Destroy the cause 'you remove the
Bold by leading druggists. Send 10c In
stamps for sample to The Herplelde Co.,
Detroit, Mich. Sherman & McConncll Drug
Co., special agents.
Announcements of the Theaters.
Tho last two performances of the vaude
ville bill for the preaent week will be given
at the Orphcum, matinee and night, to
day. ' '
The program for the coming week, be
ginning matinee Sunday, Includes some
features In tho extraordinary clnxs. Head
ing the list Is tho Cilrl with the Auburn
Hair, a beautiful p. nil Impressive act and
one of the most successful that has been
conceived for vaudeville. Another promi
nent "top-line" attraction will be Edmund
Iay, the distinguished actor-playwright,
and his company, presenting one of his
own sketches entitled "Shipmates." The
remainder of the program Is varied, Includ
ing World's trio, a man and two women;
Josephine Oarsman and her pickaninnies;
Llzile Wilson, the Oerman dialect com
edienne; Ollllhan and Murray, singing com
edians, and the klnodrome.
This afternoon and evening at the Boyd
"The Eternal City" will be repeated. This
play has duplicated In Omaha Its success
cored everywhere It has been shown.
On Sunday afternoon and' evening at the
Boyd "Ole Oleson" will be the attraction.
This popular dialect play Is given with
better effects and surroundings than ever
Seats are now on sale for the engage
ment of Miss Fay Davis, the eminent Eng
lish actress, and the Empire Stock com-
pany in Henry Arthur Jones' latest suc
cess, "The Whitewashing of Julia." The
engagement Is at the Boyd for Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings and a matlneo on
Cut It Out
We mean the coupon be
low and receive $1.00 in
Green Trading Stamps free
Cut this out and upon presenta
tion of It with 50c purchase or
more at our store you will receive
one dollar's worth of stamps in
addition to the stamps you get
with your pui chase.
K. T. SMITH ft CO.
Good until April 2nd.
Tea Specials for this Week
tliOO In stamps with one pound QAr
B. F. Japan Tea. at
$4 00 In stamps with one pound CAn
8. 1). Japan Tea. at OUW
$100 In stamps with one pound efi
Uunpowder Japan Tea, at
S. ut) In stamps with one pound 7K-.
Eng. breakfast Tea, at
Cbffee Spsclals for this Week
-$100 In stamps with one pound Of)r
fancy Bur. Ion, at
11.(10 In stamps with one pound OSL-
Cucuta Blend, at ,
$8 on In stamps with S'j pound . ff
Excelsior Blend, at I.Ulf
15.00 In stamps v. Ith 3 pounds (If
Java and Mocha, at
fl ft) In stamps with one package f Or
Best Corn Bunch.... ,u
tl to in stamps with one gallon 'ISl-i
Johnson's Sweet Cider JJw
$2.U0 In stamps with ono quart (Mp
select yueen Ollvea -W
$1.00 In stumps with VP'und flf
package bchepp s Cwjuul
$1.00 In stamps with H-pound OA-
Baker's Chocolate "VI,
$MW In stamps with 3 tuxes C
Search Light fclatilus lOfc
J. 00 In stamps with one gallon tfip
N. O. Molasses OOC
Every thluK fivsh and new no oM
gtxala. UixhU ilcliveriHl promptly
tu all iwrta at flty.
We uinke a spevlalty of flue wed
ding, liirtbduy uinj la tunic t cukes.
Howe-made- I Head a lid rolls fivt.li
every day at ' :'M a. ui.
Try our While tayer C'akeg at
E.T.Smitk a Co.
Worth up to SI.50
A great assortment of petticoats made of fine Italian
cloth mercerized like sateen prettily trimmed with
ruching, clusters of tuck, flounces, etc., in black and
black and white allsizea, worth as high
as ?1.50 each, on big bargain Bquare
for Saturday, at
Ladies Spring Kid Gloves at 69c Pair
The latest effects iu spring gloves all the new mason's
shades every pair is perfect, made of real kid and German
lambskin all sizes and thousands of pairs on
bargain square for your selection worth
uu 10 $1.0, at. per pair
8,000 Canes on SaJe at 15c
Canea for everybody Having purchased from one of
the largest importers their entire stock of canea. Thousands of nov
el tv canes which contain a bottle and glass, 1'm"T " I
I . V. n. . ..,,., . l 1 .11 tka I nil III ""III
world at $1.00 each, tdpether with crooked
handle eanm ol alt kinds of imported
woodf and metal trimmed. Canes V
for young1 men and canes for
old men. On sale Saturday
in our clothing depart
ment, choice each N
Special Sale of Hosiery
Ladies', men's and boys' hosio in plain lisle and lace
effects all full seamless, in blacks and IB iMt
tans, worth up to 35c a pair, t, pair
Ladies' and Men's Imported Hosiery
Fine imported hosiery, made in plain anil fancy colors
some plain lisle thread others in open work, drop stitch,
all over lace effects, etc., worth up to 50o C
pajr, at, per pair
All Linen Handkerchiefs for
a- I Pillow Top Handkerchiefs - Al
dies and men some with I dainty handkerchiefs vv
the tiniest imperfections ! laoe and embroidered
woith double the '
price, at, each . . . .....
On Sale Saturday In Basement.
Tho greatest variety of fine Eastsr Novelties ever shown in
Omaha all bought direct from a Qirrnan manufacturer
we are enabled to sell these at Just' about pne-half what
other stor es ask here are chickens; ducks, storks, roosters,
rabbits, automobiles, etc. on sale In the base- Cf1'own 'tt
ment, at, each JUC'to JC
Easter Eggs Prettily hand painted gqs, In rich colors with
fancy easels special in basement l" A P
at, each JC-lUC-lJC
Pillow Scarfs, Shams and Doilies
Elegant scarfs, shams and doilies that are actually
worth up to 75c each on sale c t(r IXr
Saturday at, each vCj Jyv. ZDC
1407 Douglas St.
MUSIC ALL DAY AND EVENING.
Stylish Millinery Properly Priced.
investigate. 1503 Douglas Street. get prices.
HOW'S YOUR STAMP BOOK COHiriG?
LARGEST EXCLUSIVE RETAIL MILLINERY BOUSE IN OMAHA.
FIRST GRAND OPENING DISPLAY
OF SPRING AND SUMMER
Saturday and All of
Next Week We Will
Sell the Following:
to In green stamps with each 10-lb.
roll best liuttctine for $1.10
$10 In g-rren stHmps with each
pound of the !tHt Japan,
KnKlixh Itreskfust. Uunpowder,
Oolong or (.Yylon Tea at 860
t'M In Rreen stamps with each
comMnatlon package of 1 lb. bst
ti at 6c, .ui. pure maple syrup at
t!c mid 1 lli. U Htuii liukiiiK I'owder
$X In stamps with 3 lbs. best
Mocha and Java Coffee for 11.00
ATIHDAY'8 MKAT Kl'Kt IAL8.
Krexi Country Ki?a-a. doien 15o
Moriell H. C. liacun lie
Morrell 8 C. Hums 6io
Mutton ('ln'ps. 4 lbs. for i&c
Wild Ducks, each 26c
Fnk'ln Steak, pound.... luc
LEADING FAMILIES OK OMAHA BUT
OUK lXNQ LA3T1NU
1.1M JUKE. I.HI FREE.
Out out this coupon, when, upon
buying otic or over we will give jl.oo
In Hmm Trading Stamps Kree, In
addition to the a mount of the pur
chase. TU Bustuu Meat A Vr.it.rr r.
Void After April 1. 113. N. 16th St,
113 S. Ititb bt.
They know a good thing when they see
It. We never miss a sale when people
see our range before they buv. We s-ll
any site at S6.U0 down and (3 00 per month,
or the wholesale price for cash.
Flfuentli and Capitol Ave.
H ' Hamd o
B and Wad
our spatial "ad" every Bundajr
Wadnaadag to The tUa.
tlr MrOu f.. y1 ll.i.il. ......
I iHjuaht my stel ruio, uiy Iriends ad
vised me to buy a range like their's. I
liked your range the best, and am glad
hat I bought It. I know that I have got
the best range.
Only excluHlve stove store west of'chl
I'ugo same kind they have in the Ltigd
7(4 South I6lh
(TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Ua Uallar a
Double Green Trading Stamps
Opening of the
Bennett's abreast of the times
attain. This qnalnt and clinrm
Ing sunahady, restful and nnlqae
Japanese house vflll be opened
Saturday on the second floor,
fronting large stalrwny. Mer
chandise, peculiarly oriental nnj
in eiery vtny Jnpanese, will be
Individual Ju nut bovls,
very chic, each."..'
Chinese Inrense in bunches of
. HV sticks
This peculiar product of the flowery
kingdom wdl lie burning in t.'ie J.p
room all day Saturday.
REMKMliER TIIU JAl'ANESK
To Introduce It, wo will nK-e $1 (11
worth of Oreen Trading tituiups with
every Wc purchnsiv tnrtuo In tliis new
and charming department.
(FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.)
The Hew Brooder
Capable of bringing out 150 live
chicks. ,A sclentlllc triumph and the
oultry raiser's wonder, on view In
larney Ftreet window live chicks and
WE ARE I.EADKHS IN THE ORO
TERY ltrSINESS AND KVERY
UODV KNOWS IT.
A Saturday Stamp
Fifty cents' worth of'Urcen Trading
Stamps with each tfl m
packuge .'ero-I'rulto IU6
iPaturday offer only.)
Jams, assorted, lafgc J.trs
Salmon, 1-lb. can
French Mustard and Spoon
Hiked Hen Tim, 3-lb. can
l'eas, 2-1 b. e til
t'aslilo Soap, cake
Hest laundry soap, S l.nis
1'reatrved St raw berries, 2-lb. can,
i'iel.lep, assitrttMi, lioitle
l'arlor Match s, iitW In box
lilee, g.iod. 111
Kolled Oats. 2-lb. pk
Table Pyrup, a-lb. inn
I'UKFEB- our coffer arc roHsie.l
dally and are siipcrior In iiality.
liennett a ri'eaKIaM to.1ce, i-l).
RcniK'tt's C.ip.tol I'offee, lb
Maraeallio f'offei, lb.,
TEAS Money unved on every
pound. Gunpowder Tea, lb
Oolong Tea. lb '.
Imperial Japan, llj
Tea Hlftings. lb
I'ANDV-Now's your time for Easter
novelties, candy eggs. 10 for lc
Chocolate Eggs, each Jc
Chickens, each ' Sc.
Chocolate Creams, lb 12c
Meats, Poultry, Lard, Etc.
Fresh dressed Spring
Chickens, lh t.........
Ftesh dressed Roosters,
heads and feet pff. lb...
Genuine Spring I.ambs,
Oeuntne Spring Lambs,
Fresh Toung Mutton,
S lbs. for
Roast of rork, . ;
Boast of Veal, '
Roast of lieef,
lb., 7c and..'..
1 Rex Hams,
Leaf Itrd, 1 f(
12 lbs. for i... vJVJ
Sugar Cured, regular hams
country cured, lb
No. 1 Cottage Hams and
Boneless Hums, lb
Manell's Iowa I'ride Bacon,
narrow and small strips, lb..
10-lb. palls of Sliver Leaf or .
Rex Brand Lard
8-lb palls, .
3-lb palls of White Ribbon
Lard, per pall
GrccnrTirading Stamps Every Time.
A $15.00 CcKuch for $11.95-
l)ppp, Roldea onk frame, 30 Iiirbes wide, with enrved claw foot, contains
34 best tempered steel springs, resting on steel slats and steel con
nected. 8 rows deep tuftliif?, the covering is Arlington velonr. We
are showing- 01 different styles on our sample floor,
from $50.00 to
A Wilton Velvet Rug for $25.98. Size 9x12 Feet-
These were, made to sell for $30.00, but we took the uittnufaeturers en
tire stock, at a liberal price concession nnd wo share it with yon.
There are 25 different patterns, lutiny exact reproductions of rare an
tiques. Coine early before the assortment Is broken.
n a n n
to tmm& 0
U u uu u uu u
V-. B mm
12.50 Value, J
A $12.50 Value,
A $18.00 Value,
A $30.00 Value,
500 Pairs SUSPEKDERS-Silk
worth Sl.00 to $1.50, at......H6)G
And $5 In Green Trading Stamps with each pair, g
the lot-worth to $2.00 at
And $5 In Green Trading Stamps-Yith Each Shirt.
REMEflBER BENNETT $10.00 SUITS
COST ELSEWHERE $13.00 TO EQUAL.
Store Open Saturday Until 10 p. m.
1MB KKLiAMLB ITUHK,
The bargains wo nfTfi you Satunlay iu all ilopart nit'iits tf mir
big htoro, arc saving opiMirtunities you ulioultl not miss. Soo out
Men's Spring Suits
ExerluMvcly clrgant garments th:it will
tlio most fastklllous tastrs.
MUN'S riNE SUITS AT J8.T5 AND J1V0
Made up In till tho very noateot fatTl.-s
and patterns, In cheviots, uasslmere, wors
teds, .rrgps, iinllnlshed worntert, fancy
worsteds, thlbrts, Scotch cheviots nnd
fancy si meres. In brown and sniy
mixtures, plnln blue and blacks, neat
stripes, plakla and fancy mixed culms-
all tnll'red by band, with good Itnlnirs
and trimmings our spenlnl
for Saturday at 110.00 and .
Tho ri en test lino of men's Una suits
ever rhown In the city. Is now to bo seen
on our counters all hanil-tiillored by suc h
well known llrmn as Hart, SchiilTner &
Marx. Th most desirable patterns, ikiIi
Mest fabrics, up-to-date Riy!e.-, perfect In
fit and f-iulllcsg In worktuatisUlp-pLilu
colors and mixtures, plaids, titripes,
checks, ilKht, medium and dark Kind'-',
garments In every rc.ipcct equal to cus
tom made goods which would cos-t pm
twice to throe times the price Bo sure
and see the line prices
112.30, 13.00, 118.00 up' to ...
of all known colors soft
shirts among .
Telephone L-2940 and . . n:0ra
I im send you a jJcstntf' J615 Farnam
Sample! TJT oPPo.iu n. y. lh. BMr
He Sells Stationery.
Mn Proof Spring Overcoats
The swell coals for .spring and KUimner wear our line is by far
(lie largest and most complete ever shown These coats are use
ful, comfortable, dressy and stylish, correct at all times, for all
occasions our prices, $10, $12.50, $15 and $18.
.Men's line short top overcoats at $10. $12.50 and $15.
The most complete stock of mu's ready-made clothes in Omaha
Call ami nee them.
Svo!l Spring Ms
for Men and Boys.
Is always in the lead, is the best
$3.00 hat ever produced and a
written guarantee goes with
each hat. We are sole Omaha
selling agents for this king of
$3.00 hats; also the Tiger 3.00
hats and the Champion $2.50'
hats other exclusive lines at
fl.no and $2.00.
John II. Stetson hats ' carry
the owner's guarantee of satis
factory wear. We carry all t' c
latest styles, at $3.50.
Serve as Tapirs for
Our endless variety of fresh fruits and
vegetables are like glimmers of light from
celestial regions, bringing forth the mes
sage of spring.
Strictly Freeh Egss,
Malta Vita, .
per !b j
Country Butter, t6C"20C
Swedish Health Bread. ISc
per pkg 11 v
Choice Florida fitrawberries,
per doien .
Large Urup Fruit,
Fancy Ualdwin Apples,
Fresh Mushrooms, .
per box .'
Golden Wax Beans,
na Spring Beans,
S lbs. for .
Firm ripe. Tomatoes,
Crisp Leaf Lettuce.
Bermuda new potatoes.
S lbs. for
p r lb
Spare Kibe. e
Lartte Bloater Mackerel,
a Pair Here.
tor either a boy or girl, that we
know will please you a pair
that will lit well, look well and
You cant beat the FRY
SCHOOL SHOE for boys and
girls, no matter where you go.
They're made of the best
leuthcr, made over the best
lasts and made In the best mon
i.er of any school shoe sold at
the Mine price.
The best U-W shoes; the best
$2.00 shoes; nnd fine shoes In the
new and correct styles at the
CDY Giff 0E COL
I ill "--7.
Tweatr-Kluhtk ud Karsiaai "t.
Grocery Tela. ir-1531. Market Tel. 73.
HERE ARE SOME
of our cut prices; If you don't llnrt llMd
what you want, call us by 'phone at
Oiiiuhu, Hnutli unialia or Council lilurlH, ir
write us to tlie tmiuliu store and we Mill
show jou WIIKKU it pay pm to buv
drugs. C'liI'M II. BLI'FKS i'K H'1.10 a' -not
going to Oniahii any moie to buy ii
store tlniigH, nnd Isoutli Oinaliu people li n
also the good tidings Itiat Shaefer's sysw n
Is In tlielr iiildst. Wutrli our ucN In lliu
CouihII liluffs ars; THKV A III 0 NKW.
6c Carter's IJttle Liver I'ill '';
$1.00 Husaack's SarMaparllla Tonic '' I'
ll 00 Kalaiiiiiioo Celery & Huraaparilla.. "!'
Selected Kassarrns Hai k. ound 3".-
$.iiu OeiiultiH ChestMT l'ennyroyal l'illn..t' "
&c Omega Oil f
$1 it) AVer's Hall Vigor "
$1.00 Parisian Hair Tonic guaranteed. . . 7
2fjc CuileiirH' Soup I''
o'ic Wlllluins l'lnk Bill "!
$l.(iu Munyon's Paw 1'uw
$1 00 lir stal Tonli- I'T-i
T 1 1 iiiiiiihr v'm 'l',nlc 77 j7c
2fw yuinacetoi the guaranteed grippe
IU lin ker's Tar Soap
25c 4711 Soap
i Ut u I i.. ... .....I.. Tl.l..ta
lion i iuae our nrird lor n i:uii'i'n: tneNu
E T. VATK8. Irou.
luth and Chicago fits., Omaha. 'Bhonat
T47 and 7V7 Hih and N Sts., South Omaha,
'fhoue No. 1 ith Ave. and Main Su.
Council Biuff. 'l'hon. 333. All guodt ue
livcr.d la tlOur city ab.ulul.iy li...
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