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TITFi OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. MARCH
NEW INDUSTRIES FOR OMAHA
Enterprises Knocking at Doors of City,
Sijd A. B. Stickney.
WILL HELP SOON AS CAN GET TRACKS
frral4at nt rirral Hflfr Hele
t D4rM Ptrlrtnrea of J.
Illdm Ariinir Made
I pnn Illiu.
Nfw lndiiMrl s will lip laced nri our j
a'rain termlnnl tratks an imoii a we ran i
H-t connection with the 1'nlon I'litlfli
track," said A. B. Stlekney, president f '
the ChlCBKO Great Western. In Omaha.
Tuesday. " claim the decision of the
upreme court ordering; the I nlon 1'acillc
1o allow other roud to rross the hrida-e
nil tise. the terminals sIho Includes the
obligation to ronnect with our ww grain
terminal. This the road has refund to do
end we have Vcn forced to ro Into court
to compel the road to make that Conner
lion. The case comes up for a hearing be.
for JudKe Mung'T Wcdmsday. Industrie
era knocking nt Omaha'" xntes. and we
will help them along a soon ns we can
assure them trark connection."
Mr. Rtlckney arrived from St. I'a.ul Tues
day, and wan accompanied by Lewis l"fts,
vice president of the road; Frank H. Kel
logg, general counsel, and Guy Chase, sec
retary. They are quartered at the Her
Urand during their stay In the city, and
Tuesday nton were quests of W. D. Mj
Hugh, local counsel of the Great Western,
nt lunch at the Omaha chin. The morning
was spent In driving over the terminals of
the road in this rtty with large rolls of
tilue prints, but nothing further wns given
put as to the nature of their business.
Refuses to Aninrr Arinonr.
Mr. Btlckney Is in the limelight probably
more than any other one niilroud man.
He is what Is known as a disturbing cle
ment In railroad rates, and is hard to ket-p
in harness, being always out for the busi
ness. Thus he niude a seven years' con
tract with the packers whereby they were
to give him a good percentage of their
business from the 'Missouri river points In
consideration of his promise to keep the
rates at the amount agreed upon, 14 cents
on through business. In the 8a mi day Even
ing Tost J. Ogden Armour, the head of
the Armour Packing company, takes Mr.
Stickney to task 'or "frequently Indulging
In word pictures of the poor, trembling
railroads In the clutches of the voracious
packers," when. In a communication to his
stockholders, at the time the contract was
made, he wrote In a different tone, as fol
lows: It gives the management pleasure to be
able to announce thai the company has
executed Identical contracts with each of
the packing companies doing busimss at
Kansas C'lly, tit. Joseph, Omnha and Hloux
City, by Which the packers agree to route
fiver the Chicago Great Western lines at
kast a certain percentage of the entire
output of their plants, at deflnitu rates,
lor the terra of seven years.
The aggregate revenue which these con
tractu secure to the Chicago Great Western
railway on the present volume of business
is estimated to be S14.onu.OUO. and. if the
business increases as rapidly In the next
seven years aa In the last, approximately
These oont nuts cannot be understood
without a knowledge of the magnitude of
the packing Industry. The published repoit
of Swift and Company gives the amount of
Its sales last year aa the enormous sum of
fc!20,Ufx),000. Presumably Its chief competi
tor, Armour & Co., did substantially as
much, and It la probably safe to estimate
that the aggregate sales of the other pm k
ers amount to enough to make the grand
total fully $700,000,0u0. More than halt the
nggregate business la the output of the
plants at the Missouri liver cities men
tioned and Is affected by the contract.
When asked If he had any reply to make
to Mr. Armour on the subject, Mr. Stickney
dismissed the question with a shrug of his
shoulder, a wave of his hand and the terse
statement, "Oh, that'a old."
A rumor prevails to the effect that Mr.
Stickney and party may, while here, lo
cate tho Nye-Schnelder-Fowler elevator on
the Great Western terminals.
FAITHFUL GATHER AT SHRINE
Many of the Interallied llrmiirrali of
Omaha Go to Lincoln l.ove
Democrat were leaving Tuesday to attend
the organisation dinner at Lincoln at night.
Among those who went down were James
C. Dahlman. Gilbert M. Hitchcock, City
Comptroler Lobeck, Deputy City Comp
troller Cosgrove, A. A. Arter. George
Itogera, Kd V. Bcrryinan. John nine, C. J.
Smyth, Councilman Dave O'Brien, Kd Rob
erson. Dr. A. Ii. Hippie. C. 8. Montgomery,
I. J. Dunn, Lysle I. Abbott, Harry E. Bur
nam, Charles R. Sherman. Alma Jackson,
Louis J. Plattl. W. C. RuhsoII, John Power
and Dan B. Butler. Assistant City Attor
ney Herdman went to Lincoln on supreme
court business, but It was expected he
would "mix," notwithstanding his avowed
severance from local politics.
There la Tide la tho Adair of Men
Which Taken at tho Flood
Leads on to Fortine,"
The opportunity s :;.uke a success comes
to every Individual at some time In his life,
but It often appears In a disguised form
and la not recognised until after It has
flown. Failures In life result as often from
poor health as from mismanagement, and
yet people Ignore this fact and disregard a
cold until it haa settled on their lungs and
pneumonia has resulted or consumption haa
been .contracted. The opportunity haa
passed and It Is too late now to remove the
'cause. Your chance for success "may rest
In curing a cold, and there is nothing you
can procure which acts so quickly as Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. U Is famous for
ita cures of coughs and colds and can al
ways be depended upon. It counteract any
tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia.
. ; Mortality Ktatlatlca.
The following births and deaths have
been reported to the Hoard of Health dur
ing the twenty-four hours ending at noou
Births Frank Geiber. USB North Heven
tnenUi. girl; Oliver I'attci son. : Frank
lin, girl: Charley R.., Fortv-slxth and
Center, boy; William K. Robertson 1M
North Twenty-fourth, buy; Charles Sief!
ken, VCl Pacific, loy; L. Hlbner, Tlk 8,. nth
Thirty-second, Buy; L. Fek-sco, liijo South
Deaths Mrs. Virginia B. Oalllnan
Caatellar, 60; Harrv Broodky. U06 Brians
I: Mary H. Wallace. irt Webster. V
Granville Woods. Klnventh and Jones t:
Mrs. Catherine Shannon. 161 Cuming, ,"T:
Georgia Patton. County hospital, 34:
Klenora Schmidt. 30Jo South Twenty-third'
i day. .
DIAMONDS Frenzer, 16th and Dodge.
W Mil all kla4 of Supporters for
lata aad Women II or 40 itylea Is
JL fHITa FOR CATALOGUE or
nnaa & McConnsII Drug Co,,
Cfft Ittes eVBll It ml Its fTI V" -
Visit Our Showing of New Spring Millinery
LADIES' NEW SPRING COATS
P0HY COVERTS POLO COVERTS
Very smart little Covert Coats that are
much favored everywhere for spring
wear made with collars or In collar
loss styles some with new belts
others with half
alttn at . .
FINELY TAILORED COVERT COATS AT $9.93
These Coats are splendidly fashioned of selected cloths,
lull satin lint?d, flat stitched straps,
very smart appearing; every correct
new style feature, at
l it. V bV. v iwvianj
Sale of Stock Rugs
Those are pood quality of Rugs, made up of remnants of
carpets left over at the end of the season. These have been
made up in every size a wide variety of new and desirable pat
terns. Bring the size of your room and we will have a rug to fit It.
'Special K5 Brussels Rugs at $12.59
Medium width and extra wide embroideries and insertings,
fine quality of Swiss, nainsook and cambric, all new pat
terns, manv open work designs
and ribbon beading, worth as
high as 50c a yard, at, yard.
NEW SPRING STYLES
In Very Servictibl t Quality of
Made on comfortable lasts, specially
good stout leathers, all new styles and
all very dressy, shiny or jrt q
dull leathers, good wear I
in every pair, nttea ry ex- n wmm
perienced shoe men
BRANDEIS BOSTON STORE
The Best For Home Use
Hottled in bond. The government super
vises the distilling, ageing and bottling.
Vouches for its Age, Strength and Purity.
Look for government stamp on every bottle.
If it Comes
It Must Be
1309 FARNAM ST., OMAHA, NEB.
Hiller'a Whiskies, full quart, SOc, $1.00 and $1.25.
You will he surprised whrn you sev
how rrally "a-octl lucking" our 3.a0
boots r. They ure nwde in palent
stix-k", in kli with patrnt tips, or in
the new gun metal leather they are
In button or lare patterns in any
sise or wiilt It and can be fittfd to
suit the most fastidious.
cdv rune m
Wk aid DouIms 5fi 1
Charles A. Potter
Ik-KtK)ua, Currrepondcnvc, Uriel
lYork aitd (special lteMrtins oa BUun
TeL Mil. . 101 Be BaiiaXas.
nd the Eatt via the
over the only double track
railway between the Mis
aouri 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 li carte ser
vice.) Tickets snc Tall information oa id ell
cation to ticket otfic
1401 m4 140S FarntM St,
OMAH. WKtTRKR FOREfiST Wessnsst, Fair and Warmer.
GREEN TRADING STAMPS EVERT TIME
New Arrivals in Our Cloak
and Suit Department
WE HAVE OPENED DURING THE PAST FOUR DAYS
NEARLY FIFTY CASES OF
New Suits for Ladies,
New Suits for Misses,
New Dresses for Girls
New Coats, Short and Long
IN FANCY CLOTHS, BLACK SILK AND CLOTH OF
NEW SILK AND LINGERIE WAISTS-In all tho
most elegant designs of the spring season. Special atten
tion is called to the "Wednesday attractions.
LADIES' WAISTS-One Hundred Dozen fine Jfi
cambric with elaborate embroidery, a reg- d u
ular $1.25 waist, at "
Thirty Dozen Fine Lingerie Waists, with fine f"y
tucks, Val. lace and embroidery, new trim- A f
med sleeve. Ladies, this is a $1.25 waist, for.
LADIES' NEW SUITS-Eton. Blouse dflQO
Jacket Styles, handsome new mixtures and
checks, ever) one of them $20 styles, at aWVaisBl
MISSKH RED GOLF JACKET With ereen collar, loose
bar-k, made of good English serge, ages 6 to 16 years;
MISSES' Rt'lTS Made of covert cloth and mixtures. Jacket f) CIA
style, loose effects, pleated skirt; price ZJJM
RIBOLIXE Sl'ITIXfi Stiperlor mercerlied finish, one of the -JA
most popular spring suitings, in plain colors; Wednesday, yd. UC
MADRAS SHIRTING 36 inches wide, white ground with dot f 1
and small futures, worth 18c; Wednesday, a yard, only laWV
86-IX. CURTAIN SWISS With white ground, colored dots or
stripes; Special for Wednesday on Main Floor a yard. . .
LADIES' VXIOX Sl'ITS Fine fleece lined, smooth finished
seams, medium and extra sizes, our $1.50 quality, at
LADIES NEW COTTON HOSE Seamless, fast black; special IP.
sale price, Wednesday.
CHILDREN'S NEW COTTON HOSE In fine and heavy ribbed, f
double heel, toe and knee, fast black; sale Wednesday, all sizes I JC
CORSETS FOR 25c One hundred dozen odd lots, worth from IP
48c to $1.00; all go Wednesday, at DQ
ANOTHER BIG EMBROIDERY SNAP WEDNESDAY.
HUNDREDS OF PURCHASERS left our store pleased with the bar
gains they received of our big sale of manufacturers' sample end
embroideries. We'll offer you another big lot Wednesday, in 5 to
7-yard lengths, worth to 50e a yard; special, a yard, 10c
7 He and DC
FANCY EMBROIDERED TURNOVERS CHEAP New lot of fine linen
lawn Turnover Collars, beautifully embroidered in about fifty dif
ferent patterns; on sale Wednesday, each, 23c, l.V, lOc
and : ,
BIG ETCHING SALE
GREAT ,SALt OF ETCHINGS.
This Immense Purchase Wo
Have Divided in Two
Etchings well worth up to
Etchings, value would be
cheap at $3.00, 1 Q
Sale Price U-C
These pictures have been in
windows since Saturday.
Art Section 2nd Floor.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Headquarters for the Best
Values m Teas.
SPECIAL OFFER ON JOS. TETLEY
& CO'S. TEAS.
One-pound can 7"
Sunflowrr brand uw
And Kisty Given Trading- Siajn)ia.
Half-pound can AfXr
Sunflower brand 4UC
And thirty Urwn Trading Stamps.
Qunrter-pound can 1fr
8untlwvr brand -vw
And (tftPvn Green Trading Stamps.
2 cans Maine Oc
2 ian Gtnesee Cp
1! lain Llltle lexter '
t (ana Diamond 8 9r
And eighty Uiicn Trading Stamps.
Piumond S Peaia, Aprtuots. Cherries,
Pineapples, Strawberries 2Sc
per rati ."V
And thirty Green Trading Stamp.
fKKSH MADE VANILLA FI.A-
K for of I CZP
une pound for
Tnese are delicious.
Deliveries When Required.
Ever- Tuesday during Msrch and April to '
points in North Dakota, Minnesota, Manitoba
and Canadian Northwest, also
, to same destinations firet and third Tuesdays
in March and April, via
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Fast trains leave Omaha Union Station at 8
a m. and 8:30 p. m., via St. Paul.
Bates and information at 1402 Farnara St
: District Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Suit Shpuld be
& Marx Hand
THE RELIABLE TORk
for the Newest
Style Ideas in
Doxrble Green Trading StoLmps
Wednesday 0i All Orders
N'pvor before has mich n unlimited
i 8ortment of high quality munlln
fnderKarnients been shown In Orav
ha. Never before hare prices been o
lew. The manufacturers are th los
ers, our customers the gainers. A few
of the many bargains specially brought
forward for Wednesday are:
I.AMK8' HK1RT8. made extra full, havlnn
loop tlnnnren nf fine einbrntdertea or
dainty and InKertlnira. also underlay
with rtiint ruffle garments worth re.u-
wXissa1?. $ar:.,n..,wo. i5o-98c
I.AD1FS' CORSKT t'OVKRS, drawers and
(towns, well made, handsomely trimmed,
worth regularly "he. 3C
OIILDRKN'8 Mtl.JN 1MIAWKRS In aV,
sles. trlmiried with enihrolderles and
.Tk:-?.,lh..?'r tofrv 10c-15-25c
DoZKNR OF fVTtlKH fTKCLVl. OAR
LADirS' DRAWERS. Corset Co-ers an1
Skirts, neatly made and prettily trimmed
with laces and embroideries, worth up to
TRc, Wednesdny 25C
Sale of Boys' and Children's Clothing
Specially reduced prices for Wednesday on thoroughly reliable garments from our
KNEE PANTS SUITS In great variety of
fabrics, colors and patterns, double-
breasted or Norfolk Mvles, well f JEf
trimmed, regular II. 50 values, at. ""
KNKK PA NTS SflTS In the newest styles
and materials, greatest Hssortmenf ever
shown, regular KM and U.) values.
Wool Dress Goods Sale
60 pleeea of French silk warp batiste, all 1 New Over ('hecks in the genuine
shades, nothing In Omaha like It, 4 (Sf Insdowne. 4 It
at. yard I'OUI at. yard l;rJ
Don't forget our Thursday, Friday and Saturday salo of fine mohairs.
High Grade Wash Goods
Genuine French Percales,
Anderson's celebrated 8cotch
Ginghams, 2Jrf Vie and
Amoekeag dress A. F. V.
FROM i TO 4 P. M.
We will sell ami pieces of the finest mercer
iiod English white Waistlng goods, sella
at 2fc, ;Sk SOc and .'.9c vard. 10 lOc
jards to a customer, yard
FLOUR! FLOUR! FL0URI
Tomorrow. Wednesday, we are going to have, another Panner flour sale. We hav
Just received two carloads from the mill. This Is mir Highest Patent Flour, marin
from the finest Red Turkey hard winter wheat, , and will take more watr and
make much whiter bread than any other flour on the market. To Introduce our
flour Into everhody s home in Omaha, we are going to make tills a
banner sale and sell It PER 48 POl'ND SACK
Remember tnls Is for one day only Wednesday.
A Small Office
In The Bee Building
carries with it all the advantages of being in
the best office building in Omaha.
The Bee building is always kept in perfect repair.
The elevator service is ample and the elevator conductors
accommodating and courteous.
Kental price includes electric light, janitor
service, heat, water and all the conveniences of
a modern office building.
0 m .a 4 va
At the present time theiv are vacant one office at
$12.00 per month, one at $15.(H) per month and one at
$18.00 per month. There are only three small offices
vacant in the building today and these will not stay
vacant long. If you want one, apply. at once.
K. W. BAKEIt, Sunt.
Ft. 418. lk-e Hldtf.
C. C. IIOSKWATKH, Secy.
' 1702 Farnaui St.
To Many Point In
California. Oregon, Washington
, UNION PACIFIC
EVERY DAY TO APRIL T, 1WH).
Ml to Ogden and Salt Lake City,
j to Butte, Aoaeonda and Helena.
C l ( to Pendleton and Walla Walla,
lUU j to Spokane and Wenatcbee, Waah.
M to San Francisco, LoaAngelea, San Diego
f and many other California point.
Ato Everett, Fairhaven, Whatcom, Van
' couver, Victoria and Astoria.
io Ashland, Kcwehurtf, Eugane, Albany
and Salem, via Portland.
Vto Portland, or to Tacoma and Seattle.
Clif Ticket Ottlee 1H24 Parnaa
Thona Douglaa I3i,
WE: CAN SUPPLY YOU
now with either
ROCK SPRINGS C0AL
LUMP and NUT - - $7.40
HAIIIIA LUMP EGG OR NUT $6.90
Just got ia a fresh supply of thsaa coaia and it lan't nerhry for us to
tell about their sooA qualities Olva ua your order early If you want fieaa,
C. B. HAVENS & CO.
Tel. Douglas 317
219 8. 16th St.
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