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TTIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, FKHIiUARY 7, 1906.
MINIATURE CIH ON STAGE
fieriel of Honiei Bnilt by Lnmbermn at
NATION I MATTERS IN CONVENTION
I'raaia, interstate Commerce mud Rail
way Hate nrcalatlon Arc to
B f)laraaar4 Daring
Thr lntrlnr of the Auditorium has been
Iransformed Into a miniature city by the
.-xhlbltfon houwn built by various lumber
vomparriea. One of the cleverest Idea waa
worked out by the Adams & Kelly com
pany, which has erected a house whose,
walla are entirely mnde of doors manu
'actured nt 'the company's plant. M. A.
Dlahroai ft Co. have n similar exhibit. The
Mumblrd (timber company hns built a
bungalow and keeps n bear In It. The Chi
cago Lumber company, C. N. Diets I.um
Iwr company, Ororire A. Hoafrland, H. F.
fady Lumber company and the Bradford
Kennedy Lumber company have pooled In
terest and have an Omaha lumbers deal
ers' exhibit In the east end of the floor.
Every available foot of floor space has
lx'-n taken by tho exhibitors and the man
npement 'has been compelled to give office
room In the boxes to the agents of nu
merous lofnher and ' manufacturing com
panies, rtwretary Plrd B. Crltchfleld say
It is the beat exhibit he has ever seen at a
Mat of Exhibitor.
The exhibitors are:
llumblrd Lumber company. Sand Point,
Muho; J. If. 'von Strcn, Uatrlce: C. N.
lltz l.urnlw company. Onmha; Midland
Olaxa nnd I'nlnl com puny. Omaha: Koach
Muancr Fusil ami Door company, Musca
tine, la.; Red Wood Car Hlilppers' naFocia
tioti. Snn 'r.ii('.'u: I'ecrk-Rs id Irk Macuine
romp-my, .Minneapolis, Alum.; H. F. Cady
Lumber lOiniiuny. Onmhtt: LeFebuve
i.e(l(ffi' company, Cedar llaplds, Ju.: the
(.'nlciivo Lumber company, omul in; South
ern Manufacturcra' umn billon, Bt. Louis;
llraclfosu-Kehrrfiy company. Om.'.lm; Na
tional Lumber aud Hox mmnuny. Il(iuiain.
Wash.; iToasett I. umber eonipiiny. C'roHaett,
Ark.; Kann City K-xittng nnd Corrugating
company, Kansas City: Miracle Pressed
Stone company, Minneapolis., Minn.; Sun
derland HifctftorH compHiiy. Omaha: the
Wheider-OsRood' company, Tacomn; George
llouglnnd. Oumhn : Washington Mill com
pany. Spokane; Adams & Kelly company,
Uiiuiha; I!. R. f.ewls Lumber company,
t'oeur Li'Alene. Idaho; M A. Dlsbrow &
t o., Omnha; Wilson Ai Iadd, Omalia; City
Sa!h nnd Door company. Hloux t;itv, la.
Among the dealers who arrived in Omaha
Tuesday are; President O. O. Snyder of
O'Ncll. Secretary Bird Crltchfleld of Lin
coln, Vice ' President William Krotter of
Stuart, George P. Klngsley of Mlnden, 11.
H. Moore of Pierce, E. L. Hull of Byru
cuse, A. V. Perry of Cambridge. 11. 11.
llcmmlngway 'o Colorado Springs, secre
tary of the Colorado stale association la
The session will begin at the Auditorium
at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, and
will continue two days. Resolutions will
be offered on trusts. Interstate commerce,
and railway rate regulation.. No executive
session will be held, as there was lust year,
but all meetings will be public.
There will be a Hoo-Iloo concatenation
at O'Brien's hall Wednesday night.
BURLINGTON JS ENJOINED
topped In Work of Track Laying by
lajaactlon Seeored by
Track laying by the Burlington in the
vicinity of Tenth and Davenport streets
was stopped Tuesday afternoon by a re
straining order issued by Judge Troup at
the req.ue.st of James Ford, exocutor of
the estate of Elizabeth Ford, James Ford
for himself and Patrick Ford. The order
prohibits the railroad company from tear
ing up the street adjacent to the property
of the plaintiffs,' laying tracks on the street,
damaging the pavement or In any manner
obstructing- the-' free use of the street by
vehicles or ' pedestrians. The hearing on
the application for a temporary Injunction
is to be- held February 10 at 9:46 a. nt.
In cpurt room No. .
The plaintiffs In the petition assert the
railroad had surveyed for a track from
Ninth to Twelfth street on Davenport; that
it has ro franchise which gives It the right
to use the street nnd that the track Is not
necessary for the conduct of the business
of the road, being In the nature of a side
track and not a part of a branch line.
The. plaintiffs own several houses nt
Tenth and Davenport streets, which arc
occupied as rooming and boarding houses,
and It is their contention that If the tracks
go In ti e tenants will he driven away and
tho property greatly dahiuged. The pave
ment, it Is tisserted, was put down at tho
expense of the property owners and ought
hot tn he destroyed by the railroad. The
plaintiffs any they have no adequate remedy
nt law and will he unable to recover the
damages dqne them It the, track is laid.
UNION .. MEETING MAY AWAIT
t:vaasrliatln Movement of Various
Itenonilnntlona in Omaha Likely
' to Re Postponed.
Whether Oinflfia churches are to have a
united evangelistic movement this year lias
not been deelded. Ho many obstacles have
been fot nfl lrt the way of such a movement,
for the Biost. pirt plans outlined by the
churches previous to the lime tho united
revival matter come to tho front, that It
may be Impossible to arrange a successful
campaign for. this year. The committee ap
pointed by' Rev. A. S C. Clarke, chairman
of the Omsfan Ministerial association, has
prepared a report, which It will aubmlt at
the next luertlng of the association, Febru
ary 19. -Though It may be deemed advis
able to recommend the movement for next
year instead or this, that point has not yet
been settled by the committee.
Thla movement Is Independent of the na
tional campaign of religion to be waged
by Presbyterian churches, pursuant to
. plans of the general assembly.
MOVE ;' AGAINST. 1 OLD SHACKS
Real testate Men Want Dilapidate
'. BoJUInaa Removed and Wlth
: nrll Will Make Report.
Real esHate men are anxious to have tho
city authorities start a campaign against
dilapidated and unsightly buildings, used
both for- dwellings and business purposes.
The dealers aay there Is a growing demand
from th' outside, for investments in Omaha
property and a decided tendency toward
bettering the appearances and condition of
buildings in an parts of the city. They
have beeav eaibarrasaed In many transac
tions Wncuuse of the bad shape in which ad
joining property Is maintained.
Building Inspector Wlthnell Is preparing
to submit a list or deteriorated buildings
. to tha council, which muat give tha owners
notice and provide a hearing, before tha
buildings can be ordered torn down.
Muaiana' concert and ball. S00 musicians
in orchestra, next Monday at Auditorium.
dmlsslon 60 cents. -
WATjCHES-FTcnaar, tstb ana Dodge 8t
.Haw Mtttlsc Ma at.
Oarneld Circle No. 11. Ladles of the
Qrmnd Army, has decided to change ita
lights of meeting from the first and third
V tho second and fourth Monday evenings
Ladies' 50c Neckwear l5c
MADE OF DAINTY WHITE BATISTE AND
PRETTY SILK EMBROIDERY.
These dainty turndown collars arc 7nade with
all silk ribbon bows of all col
ors the brightest and prettiest
spring and summer neckwear
heavy silk embroidered in Eng
lish, eyelet and openwork designs
a regular 50c cellar, at
Embroideries, bands and insertings, in all
new. patterns this is just fresh from the import
cases all widths and .all high ' f
class fabrics values up to 25c I! 8 B (f
yard-at, yard V UV.
Extra Wide Embroideries Including
finest coruet corer embroideries and flonncings
many up to 17 inches wide, fl D sC
worth as high as 50c yard H sf . f f
'aSk Dress Ginghams 3c y
They are all good desirable styles, in long mill lengths,
would be splendid values at 10c a yard, but a fortu
nate purchase. of over 10,000 yards enables
us to olTer to you this extraordinary bar
gain Wednesday, at, yard.
THREE SPECIALS IN LINEN DEPT.
Ileached Turkish f l ull 18 in. wide brown We will sell 500 doen
Towels, t.u -'4."7. I linen Crash, sells reg- I regular lie Wash
irood values at, in I ularatlZHc, p- I Cloths, t
3.ic. us long a Ur I eneolal, TC I ench, If
two cases last. I at yard 1 for "w
Special Florsheim Shoes at $4 Pr.j
ALSO DR. REED'S FAMOUS CUSHION SOLE SHOES-
ALL IN WINTER WEIGHT-MANY ARE
MADE WITH DOUBLE SOLE
This is a rare opportunity to secure a reliable
high grade shoe at a medium price.
Saturday U3f&f' SONS Windows
Are You From
Why burn hiuli nrlcotl ookIh wli
you can burn Bedford's Oak Block,
lump or cck. tor $,Yoo, and save
money. If you are front Mlsaomi
try a ton and It will show you.
Jeff W.Bedford Co.
2306 Cuming St.
Tel. Douglas 115.
Are those made of Gun
Metal Calfskin. It's the
cleanest, nicest' stock ' ever
used in "Women's Boots. It
doesn't scuff up it doesn't
bum the foot it cleans and
shines easily. We .-haw
them in button and lace,
regular height or in college
cut (low tops).
Five Fast Trains
and the East via. the
over the only double track
railway between the Mis.
souri River and Chicago. .
This complete service
includes Pullman drawing
room and private compart
ment sleeping cars, parlor
cars, composite . observa
tion cars with library and
free reclining chair cars,
standard day coaches and
dining cars (a la carte ser
vice.) Tickets ri 'till informatics on appli
cation to ticket uBu
U01 and 1403 Farnam St,
B OMAHA WEATHEH FDRRrAST-WHsHdir Fair anal Warmer. B
I D) T M M
GREEN TRADING STAMPS EVERY TIME g
FRY SHOE CO.
16th and Douglas Sts.
1517 Douglas St.
DEPUTT STATES VETERINARIAN. '
H. L RAMACCIOTTI. D. V. S
Office, and Infirmary, isto and Maaon Bta.,
OMAHA. NEB. Telephone 31
W Mil all kind of Support foi
Men and Women 36 or 40 atylea It
all. WRITE FOR CATALOGCK o
call. ' -
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
Cor. 16Lh aud Dode, Omaha.
of each month. Tha new arrangement will
SO Into effect next Monday evening, Feb
ruary 11 The Aid society meetins; will be
held Friday afternoon, February . at the
home of Miss Rose Mania. 10S South
CWhen in Chicago'
atop at The
Refloed, Rlegaat, Quiet. Locatad cor
ner ot city s two Aoest bouterards,
convenient to entire business caster.
Close to bett taeatrea and shopptnar
3itrict 225 rooms. ISO ptlvata baths;
luxurious wiitinc aad receptloa rooms)
woodwork mahogany throagbout; brass
beds end all modern comfort; teiephoaa
la every room; beaatirol dining mu.
the beet of everythiaa at moderate aricea.
COLORED DRESS GOODS
Worth up to
$2 a yard,
fx yard for
46-in. all wool Fancy Cheviots,
54-in. Scotch Tweeds with Invisible Plaids,
46-in. Fancy Check Panama,
56-in. Melton Cloth,
46-in. Fancy Check Broadcloth,
New grey. Panama weaves in
MixtureHheck s and Plaids,
New Rain Proof Cloths in all the new Spring colorings Just the right
material for Spring Suits, Jackets and separate Skirts, 46 7 C .
to 68 inches' -wide, a yard, from 2. 60 down to. Jv
BALK OP GOLF GLOVKS. MUCH LESS THAN COST.
All our woolen, mercerized and cashmere Golf Gloves, Ladles' and
Misses', sizes, Jn all colors, that sold for 60c and 75c, all go
. Wednesday; a pair. . : I a&iJC
XEW EMBROIDERED WAIST PATTERNS OX BALE WEDNESDAY
300 new. Imported white Waist Patterns In the most deferable floral
designs, beautiful embroidered fronts, collar and cuffs of fine Batiste
this lot worth to 3.50 each, sale price Wednesday, each, "7C
$1.76, 1.50, $1.25. $1.00 and ..' DC
VISIT OI B LACK AND TRIMMING DEPARTMENT. New up-to-date
braids and trimmings arriving daily at the most reasonable
prices. i . .
A ROUSING NECKWEAR -SPECIAL A lot of wash Stocks and Col
lars, slightly mussed from handling, that Bold for 25c euch, J I
while they last, Wednesday, each 2V
SALE OK BED COMFORTS S3 Comforts, filled with lambs wool.
.uuicu wim a hub oiiKuune, ooiu Biaes ai)Ke, worm j.S6
each. W'ednesrlav. pach
Extra large Comforts, filled with a nice white cotton, Silkoline
"i, uiu f i.gji cucn, hi ,-
2Z pieces Twilled Roller Crash,
. yard, at .... :
300 pieces Kimono Flannels, Engllah Flannelettes, Cotton Broadcloths
uuuue, wurm toe, x si ana Z3C a yard, Wednes i
day. a yard IllC
GREAT SALE OF CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Heavy fleeced ribbed
and flat Shirts and Drawers, sizes IS to 28. for bov8 and gir?s i r
sold at 25c and 35c, all go Wednesday, each, at. . . . . ....... .15 C
A Bargain in Ladies' Fleeced Wrappers in' 32,
and 36, regular $1 values, on sale Wednesday, tIC
Boys' Waists in Outing Flannel and wool flannel, all colors
. .and sizes, regular 50c values, on sale Wednesday, t r
New Arrivals Sateen Petticoats, the new patent adjustable
. band, made very full with a big flounce and ele- f
gant quality of sateen, prices from $3.50 down to. 1
Dressing Sacques and Kimonos in fleeced flannel, Persian
jjuneius., an coiors aua sizes, regular ioc and Voc 'ZCi
1 --r s VI afk
values, on sale AVednesday, only
adies' Good Gingham Aprons for house work, blue
and white check, regular 23c apron "Wednesday for.
l Few Tam o' Shanters left, in white, red, blue tan 1
and greyregular 65c value, on sale Wednesday. .
Wednesday' Interestini List
Tea Rifting, pound pks; 130
Fresh Roasted Coffpe. pound. . .12Vs
Bennett's BsrgHln Snap, 10 bars.ic
Corn, 2-pound ran So
Peas, I-ponnd can.... 6c
Salmon, pound ran ..Bo
Oil Snrdlnns, ran 8c
Ten Orren Trading Stamps with Hed
Cross Cream. - l'
Trn tjrfen Trading Stamps with pack
age I'needa Biscuits 15c
Ten Green Trfcdina; Rtamps with
pound can Bennett's Capitol Baking
I GENUINE GERMAN TilUVB. I
I Imported In original cask. dox..0c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pint
bottle Diamond 8 Chill Sauce i-So
Ten Green Trading Stamps with two
rans Uttle Dexter Early June
Ten Grren Trading Stamps with two
cans Mount Klneo, mains, Corn.SSc
Five Green Trading Stamps with pack
age Cheese Sandwich.-. y 10c
Saratoga Chips, -lb. sack Jc I
Saratoga Chips, H-lb. sack 10
Stone Milk Pans
500 One Gallon
Stone Milk Pans,
Wednesday, 9 a. m.
Three to a Customer
Crockery 2nd Floor.
Fancy and comic POST CARDS, ' If.
2 lor 5c and each '
COMIC NOVELTIES, boxed, R
l!k!. ISc 10c and .....CJW
lKc, 15c. 10c and
VALENTINE L OPS,
assorted design. Kc to
Hand decorated celluloid and silk
VALENTINES, all new. e
16.00 down to -'w
Folding tissue paper Mechanical tr
v.1ll TRr In JW
0i Sle, Large Stock of Hed
Assorted sizes, to be used
for home-made Valentines.
Tsllv and lanner Cards.
Use Green Book 'Phone Douglas 137.
We've got It best kind, too. Carefully selected coal and nothing
else." It's mined In southern Kansas is a bright black. free burning
coal gives strong heat and has little ash. Its reputation through the
west is widespread. It is a great favorite of housekeepers on account
of its lasting qualities.
Lump, S5.50 Ton
When you get ton from us. It's right. Prompt delivery.
C. B. HAVENS & CO.
. 219 S. 16th Street Tel. 317.
A fine room with a vaultheai---
1 , - n
H- ' v,
light- water janitor service in . a
.fire proof office building' for $18-00-r
-The Bee Building.
. Men's and
All This Week
TRSJ RKLIAKI.B TOMB.
Great February Clearing Sale of
Men's and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants Suits : le up in
single and double breastetl ,Sorfolk,
three-piece or plain double ' .'easted
styles, of fancy .mixed c 'lots,
cashmeres, etc. well made. nd
somely trimmed, worth up f t C
to $4.00 in this sale l w
Boys' Fancy Overcoats In great
variety of styles and materials,
handsome garments, worth up' to
.$7.60, in one great lot for Z A C
this sale, at, choice T'7
Hoys'. Knrn Pants, values'
60c and 65c, at, pair. . . ,
Men's Salts in almost unlimited as
' sort men t of colors and materials, all
newest styles, garments worth from
$10.00 to $15.00, daring t AA
this sale at $7.60 and J.UU
Men's . I'anta Great variety of pat
i terns in worsteds, ' cheviots, cash
meres, etc. Some are odd panta
from suits where coat and vest has
been sold, others regular stock and
. worth $2.60 to ,$3.60 1 C C
choice of lot Wednesday.' .'. . l7
Special Sale of Ladies9
Cray enette Coats
The Surplus Stock and Sample Garments from Silberman &
Young, East Seventeenth Street, Xew York. New spring styles,
all -colors and sizes. On sale Wednesday at about half their value.
Lot 1 Laditw Cravenettes In five
different styles, manufactured . to
sell at $10.00,
t Lot 2 Ltnlles' ('raveueUev mnde ' of
Priestley's cravenetted fabrics, sam
ple girmenta, manufactured to sell
at $15.00. 7 Crt
choice. : . 1 .33
' . Sew Line of Um'-MuJe
Ix)t il Ladies' C'ravenettes of finest
- quality, garments that would ' sell
, regularly at $18.00 to $20.00
: your own price.
and Furs at almost
All must go quickly.
Annual Sale of Sample Suit, begins
Wednesday. Newest styles, best ma
I terlals, lowest prices. See them.
Wrnpiters Just Received. d
'i Hardware, Stoves and
Our Great Granite Ware Sale will continue for this week
only at prices we have not been able to make before for the last
six yeai8. A complete line on sale.
7c SEE WHAT IT WILL BUY-7c ;
15c Shoe Ha miner 7c
15c Clothes Rack 7c
15c Hatchet . . . 7c
15c Shoe Brush ( 7c
15c Shoe Polish. 7c
15c Shaving Brush 7c
15c White Wash Brush ..7c
3-piece Child's Set 7c
15c Serrated Bread Knife. ...... ..7c
20c 6-inch Butcher Knives.'. ... . .7c
15c Thermometer -. 7c
10c Roller Towel Rack 7c
3-wire Coat Hanger 7c
15c Pointing Trowel .;.7c
15c Frying Pan. 7c
15c Bar. Polish, 7c
3 Sure Catch Traps. .. 7c
15c extra Fire Shovel 7c
3-armed Towel Rack 7c
15c Balh Soap DiBh . .7"
Buy Your Groceries at Hayden's If You Want to Save Money on
22 pounds Pure Cane Granulated
Sugar for 1.00
4 8-pound sacks very best Fancy High
est Patent Minnesota Flour. . .91.2.1
7 pounds best hand picked Navy
Beans - .25c
8 pounds best Rolled Oatmeal. . . .25c
7 pounds best Pearl Barley, Hominy
or Farina ...... . 25c
10 bars best brands Laundry 6oap.25c
2-pound package Fruen's Wheat
Wafers 8 l-:ie
Xcelo Breakfast Food, package. .7 He
2-pound can fancy Sweet Sugar
1-pound can assorted Soups 5c
1- pound package Imp. Macaroni. 8 l-3c
2- pound package Pancake Flour. 7 He
The Balance of BeUAower Applet to
. go on Hale Wednesday.
Fancy California Bellflower
Apples, per box
Watch for another big Orange sal a
this week. Another car coming direct
to Hayden Bros. -
VISIT OUR 5c AM) 10c DEPARTMENT BASEMKXT ANNEX.
UNION PACIFIC U
From February 15, to April 7. lPOfl.
11 ' SHORT LINE FAST TRAINS NO DELAYS
Be sure your tirM rend over thU lint. .' I
. ' Inquire at M M
Sk CITT TICKET OFFICE. 1334 FARXAM ST. J
?S 'Phono, Douglas J34. f
'Follow tbi FUs.H
No Use For
In the beautiful Sunny South, and the rate
are less than half to many points. Sold first
and third Tuesdays of each month Mardi
Gras rates Feb. 21 to 25 New Orleans,'
Mobile, ' Pensacola. Ask Wabash ticket
office, 1601 Farnam street, for rates, descrip
tive pamphlets, Florida, Cuba end Winter
Cruises to West Indies, or address, -
HARRY E. MOORES, 0. A. P. D., OMAHA, HZ H.
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