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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1906)
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CREDIT AHD A FUR.IITUEIE SALE
ISN'T IT A SPLENDID COMBINATION FOR YOU?
It is a great thing to enjoy the advantages of modern business methods.
Could you have secured credit and special pricss in the sanu deal, twenty
years ago? or even ten?
The people who want credit ar all the more anxiou3 for it during a
special sale that is the time they can get most for their msntf.
A SPECIAL SALE MULTIPLIES YOUR ADVANTAGES
HERE; CREDIT GOES WITH THE FURNITURE, IT
MAKE S NO DIFFERENCE HOW LOW WE SELL IT.
Please give these prices more careful consideration than usual.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.
OUR CARPET, RUG
AI1D DRAPERY DPTS.
Overflow with new good. It makes
no difference what yon want, we have
it here. The values are unnurpassed.
The Btylea, desicns and patterns are
more attractive than usual.
The best may be yours on the
easiest possible terms.
9x12 size. A large assortment in
beautiful floral designs,
splendid values. Special
March sale price
Terms: H2 casli and SOc per week.
ALL WOOL INGRAIN CARPETS
Our regular 75c value Special
March SRle price 59c per yard.
Good size and very pretty worth
$2.25 our special March sale price,
per pair, 91.40.
Exactly Like Cut
Positively the greatest value ever Ouered
made of genuine quarter-sawed oak, rubbed and
polished to high finish. Have two top drawers,
swell shaped; one small drawer is plush lined
and divided for silverware. The lower com
partments have glass fronts, ornamented with
fancy grill work. Have French plate r
mirror tops. All carvings are plain I M ll
but artistic. Special March sale price. VaUU
Terms: 9f.no cash and 3Io per week.
We sell goods out of town
on very easy payments
Write for particulars We
will trust you;
3 Rooms Fur
S7 Cash. $5 Per Month
THIS GREAT PROTECTIVE POLICY, as inaugurated by the People's
Store means a great, deal to the working man or woman.
The Ientll of the earniiiK niomlx-r of the family will i-uncd all Indebtedness at this
Provided he was the earning member: that all payments have been made as agreed and
that we have issued a PllOTlX'TI VK INSl'ItAXCK CKBT I F I C A T K in the name of the de-
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Call ami see us and we will explain It liberal and generous features. ; -- ;
All payments cease during sickness or loss of employment.
(The Peoples Furniture A Carpet Co,)
&fe Best of
The Only Double
VERY, VERY LOW
to 1 Mil lit K til
North Dakota aiul
in March and A pril.
14011403 FARNAM ST.
THE ONE WHO IS
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MANLY, VIGOROUS AND STRONG
Our store la the largest eat for
Homoeopathic Medicines to be found
In the m( We era In a poalMon to
supply WHOLKliLI and RETAIL
I'Kl'rt HOlKI. aa well fifYSI
OiNI ana RETAIL TRADE.
KOTl-Whn ordering always atete
what fatwi, (pill. Ilculd or sowler). of
cnedioioe la desired, also what strangtA.
('v. lata Dedga tfa., .
Is tha man who Is not Buffering from
tha ravagea of privata and sexual dla
easa nor tha blighting effects of Nerv
ous peblllty. Weakness, etc. Com
parlaona ara usually odloua. but tha
weak, sickly, debilitated man cannot
help comparing; himself with regret
to "THE OTHER MAN."
If wa could aea and treat all men
when tha flrat symptoms show them
aelvea there need be no such compari
sons, and there would be few men
seeking a rejuvenating- of their physi
cal, mental and sexual powers, and
there would ba none marked with tha
Indelible stamp of constitutional
Byhpllie, and the sufferers from
Varicocele, Gleet, Stricture,
Hydrocele, Impotency, Gon
orrhoea, Emissions. Nerv
ous Debility, Rupture, Kid
ney and Bladder Diseases,
would be reduced to a minimum. But
as lona; as MEN continue to disregard
the golden rdaga, "A stitch In time
saves nine," and continue to neglect
themsevee or to exercise Indifference,
or poor Judgment, In securing toe
right treamanl at tha outset. Just so
long will there be multltudea of
Man a bright and promising career
has bean blighted by Injurious habit
or felly before the age of knowledge
and undemanding, and many have
been cut ahort by tha unfortunate
contracting of some polaonoua a pec la 1
disease, which, through neglect or lm-
S roper treatment, haa completely un
ermlr.ed and ahattered tha physical
strength and mental faoultles. No
greater mistake ran be made than to
consider lightly tha flrat evidence of
tha .ntroductlon of any private disease
Into your svatern or to neglect the first
symptom of weakened mind and ap-
The Men's True Specialists
THOMAS WARNS OFFICIALS
Civio Federation Demands They Enforce
Slocumb Law in Omaha Sunday,
SERVES NOTICE OF PLAN TO VIOLATE
City Asjthorltlea Decline tn.Pay What
They Mill Do Lev Refnsea 4n
File Complaints Aanlnet
Saturday afternoon Elmer K. Thonmn, at
torney for the Civic Federation, Sfrved the
following notice on the mayor. po',r
clals. Board of Fire and Police Commis
sioners, city prosecutor and county at
torney, demanding; they exert their best
efforts to see that saloons are not open
In Omaha Sunday, a he Is advised thev
will be unless restrained:
To Frank K. Moores. mayor of the city of
Omaha; John J. Ionnhue. chief of police
of Omaha; -Patrick Mostvn. acting chief
of police, and Henry Dunn, captain of
police; William J. Hrontch. Lee Sprallin,
Joseph Thoinns nnd George I,. Miller,
members of the Hoard of Fire and Po
lice Commissioners of the city of Omaha;
Thomas I.ee. city prosecutor of said ilty.
and W. W. HlabauKh. county attorney of
Ious;las county, Nebraska.
Take notice, that th following; named
persons, who hold licenses from ssld Board
of Fire and Police Commissioners to sell
Intoxicating liquors during; the year ln.
sold Intoxicating liquors on Sunday, Feb
ruary li, IPOS, in violation of section 7.1A4
of Cobbey's Annotsted Statutes of Ne
braska, which prohibits the sales of In
toxicating liquors on Sundays, towlt:
Orombeck A Hermson, Twenty-fourth
and Lake streets, Omaha.
Edward Maurer. !. Farnam street,
Jo Waehtler, Sixteenth and Martha
Mrs. William Burks, 2J3 North Tenth
Joseph Schlltg Brewing company, 719-33
South Ninth street. Omaha.
P. J. O'Brien, HIS Farnam street, Omah.v
Dwyer & Atkins, 1124 Farnam street,
T. J. O'Brien, 14) Farnam street,
W.lliam Euthorn. 314 South Sixteenth
Walter Brandes, Tenth and Mason
Nick Yager. 1204, Farnam street, Omaha.
Mike Brunskl 1214 South Thirteenth
Soren Peterson, Twentieth and Castellar
Anton Llnnemann. &H Hickory street,
That on Sunday. March 4. the following
named licenses of said board sold In
toxicating; liquors, contrary to said statute,
P. J. Moran, 1123 Douglas street, Omaha.
Adolph Brandes, 1201 Douglas street,
Andrew Euriek Charles Everly, 1202
Douglas street, Omaha.
Frank . Skrupa, U South Ninth street,
Andrew Nelson, 313 North Sixteenth
Henrv C. Rann, 19'! Webster, Omaha.
Clinton M. Fields, 624 South Tenth street,
Peter Oravert. 2K14 Cuming street, Omaha.
I am Informed and believe that It is the
Intention of these and many other snloon
keepers to sell Intoxicating; liquors on Sun
day. March 11. 1906. I demand of you and
each of you that you exercise all the
powers vested In you by law to prevent
any saloon keepers In Omaha, particularly
the foregoing;, from selling Intoxicating
liquors next Sunday, or any other Sunday
In the future. I demand that you arrest
and prosecute all offenders against said
statute, and that you Inform yourselves
as to all violations of said statute.
ELMER E. THOMAS.
Attorney for Civic Federation.
Ofllclala are Reticent.
Inasmuch as the officials referred to had
not received the notices when Interviewed
for expressions they would not Bay what
action they would take In the premises.
Acting Chief of Police Mostyn asked to be
excused from saying anything on the sub
ject, although the tenor of Mr. Thomas'
notice was explained to him.
Regarding the notice Mr." Thomas Inti
mated It meant business. He would not
outline the plan to bo followed in the event
it was Ignored.
Friday afternoon Mr. Thomas called on
City Prosecutor Lee in the latUr'i office
and requested that complaints be filed
against Henry C. Rann, Adolph Brandes,
Mrs. W. Burke, Frank Skrupa ami the pro
prietor of the Windsor hotel bar, but Mr.
Lee refuntd to grant the complaints.
Speaking of the last errand of Mr.
Thomas, City Prosecutor Lee said:
"I told Mr. Thomas I was too busy to
allow him to make political capital out of
my office. He brought no evidence to bus-
tain his contentions and I refused to grant
the complaints. During January 1 did lile
for Mr. Thomas In the police court com
plaints against twenty-two suloonmen and
was ready to prosecute the defendants, but
when the cases came up for hearing Mr.
Thomas would not prosecute, so the cases
had to be dismissed or want of prosecu
Halouiura Will Dark It.
Last Sunday Mr. Thomas called at the
police station and requested Captain. Dunn
and Sergeant Hayes to make a roundup of
the saloons and see whether they were ob
serving the Sunday closing law, but on the
alleged refusal of those officials to grant
Mr. Thomas" request charges were filed be
fore the police commissioners against Cap
tain Dunn and Sergeant Hayes. Those
charges are now pending.
Officers pf the Retail Liquor TealPrs" as
Boclation stated Saturday morning a con
certed effort would he made to open their
Indicate that many prospective purchasers
of machines, including business men, pro
fessional men and farmers, will be 'n
Omaha for the automobile show. A Lin
coln dealer writes that he will be here al!
four days and that 1(X people will be i'P
from his town. Letters from automohtllsiB
In Kearney, Seward, Hastings. Fremont
and Nebraska City say that these towns
will send from six to ten people each.
Tho Rambler company expects to ex
hibit General John C. Cowln's new Li
mousine model, which will be the moat
elaborately fitted machine In the city. Gen
eral Cowln has been In Chicago several
weeks, and every few days he takes a run
to the factory at Kennaha, Wis., and
superintends the work on the automobile.
HOW SHOES ARE MADE
The "rrledmaa shoemaker" tilvea
Lectures a Proeeaa f Maaalae
taring; Great "Allaatlc" aha.
In this day and age. when every shoo
manufacturer broadly claims to make the
best shoes, without giving reasons why
or telling the people how they are mail",
It Is refreshing to come across one. con
cern that Is not afraid to take the people
Ight into the factories, so to say, anl
show them everything from the thread to
the finished article.
The Friedman Bros. Shoe Co. of Rt.
Louis, for flfty-two years one of the lead
ing shoe houses of the United States,
through Its own character, the "Frledmin
Shoemaker" will give a cVure of lectures
In fifty of the great dally newspapers to
about 2.W,oro people every week on the
superiority of the "Atlantic Shoe" and the
high "Friedman Standard" of perfection In
He will tell you about the leather, the
sewing, the lasting, the fitting, the pat
terns, the thread, the lining, and tho dif
ferent procesaes of putting together abovt
fifty pieces; also how each part goes from
one to another of the ninety-eight hand
required for the completion of the averngo
This series of lectures will prove not
only Interesting but highly Instructive to
merchants and consumers alike, and the
readers of this paper will do well 10
read them as they appear from week to
In this Issue the "Friedman Shoemaker"
makes his bow to the world, rising from
the Imposing group of buildings occupied
by the Friedman Broa. 8hoe company, and
holding In his hand one of the seventy
varieties of tho famous "Atlantic" shoe.
Special attention need not be called '.o
this ad as It stands out above everything
else on the page, but like those to follow,
It embodies the quality and character of
the shoe Itself.
We are quite sure that the genial "Fried
man Shoemaker" will enlist many friends
among the readers of this paper not only
for himself, but for the "Atlantic Shoe"
firoach of nervoua debility, eauaed by
mproper or unnatural habits, ax
cesses, dissipations, etc.
Sui.h Indifference and neglect of tha
first symptoms ara responsible for
thousand of human wreck, failures
In Ufa and business, domestic discord
and unhappy married life, divorce. In
sanity, suicide, ate. Men! Why take
such desperate, ehancaaT The manifes
tation of tha first symptom of any
diaease or weakneaa ahould be a warn
ing for vou to take prompt steps ta
safeguard your future life and happi
ness. Tou should carefully avoid all
uncertain, experimental, dangerous or
half-way treatment, for upon tha euo
eesa of the flrat treatment depends
whether you will ba promptly restored
to health again, with all taint of tha
poisonous disease removed from your
system, or whether your dlsaaee will
be allowed to become chronic and sub-
Ject yau to future recurrence of the
Uaease, with the variola resulting
complication e. ete.
Wa aaaka a aaUleadlag eta feasants. aeeeptWe ar aafcaslaees-llke
arapeslt laaa ta tha alBleted, neither da sea premise ta eara these la
lew aaya sat after aheaa. werth leaa treatment ta arder ta eaenra
their natreaaae. Heneet darter e at rereaalsed ability 41a mat feaert
ta ikb saethads. Wi aareatee a aerfert. safe and lasting! aara la
tha aalcheet paeelhle Usee, wltheat tearing lajarleas alter en-eels la
laa ay stem, and at tha teweet east aaeelble lea heaeat, skllltal and
If yau can net eaii write for symptom blank.
Office Hour I a, m. to I p. m. Sundays, hi to I anly.
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
ISO Farnam St, Deiwoeti 18th and 14th 8U.. OMAHA. KEB.
PLANS FOR AUTOMOBILE SHOW
Karharh at Hons Invited to Kxhlblt
HI Track Many Oatalders
Dealers In charge of arrangements for
the automobile show which will be held at
the Auditorium in April have Invited P. J
Karhach & Sons to exhibit the big auto
mobile truck which they are building a
their shops at Thirteenth and Howard
streets. The Arm will accept, the Invlta
tlon if the machine can be completed by
the date of the show, and the chances are
it can be.
The Karbach firm has been experiment
lng all winter in the manufacture of auto
mobiles. The operations have been kept
under cover, as Mr. Karbach did not
r-ish tlve story to get started that he ex
pected to begin making automobiles, until
h was sure that his machine could be
successfully worked out. It Is known,
however, thut Mr. Karbach la building a
heavy truck for carrying purposes, and
that It promises to be successful. Work
is being pushed to have the machine ready
for the show.
It Is rumored thai Mr. Karbach will en
laige his shops for the manufacture of
automobiles. He neither denies nor af
firms, saying he prefers not to say any
thing until he sees the ultimate outcome of
Advices from various parts of the state
SALE CONTINUES DURING ALL THIS WEEK
MUSEUM OF CRIME RELICS
Bailiff Klrkendahl Ransacks Hla
Archives Containing Varied
and Cnrlons Collection.
Bailiff Klrkendahl of tha criminal dis
trict court has just finished cleaning up
the big box in which exhibits In criminal
trials are placed for safe keeping. The
contents of the box would. If placed on
exhibition, furnish a museum of relics of
practically all of the Important crimes
which have come to trial In Douglas
county for tVie last ten years.
Thera are bloody shirts, underwear.
clothing and socks, which furnished mute
testimony In murder or aaaault trials. Re
volvers of all kinds, butcher knives and a
bottle of chloroform, which was used in
an attempted criminal assault a few vears
ago. The most curious weapon is a pop
bottle filled with, sand and used as a club
in a saloon holdup at Sixth and Pacific
streets. Several razors in the box are
mementoes of murderous assaults, one of
them was used to sever the head of a vic
tim of a negro murderer at a loce.l
hotel. Another Is a double barreled shol
gun, an exhibit In the Breckinridge case, in
which Johnny Kuhn was the victim.
At the bottom of the box Is a hotl reg
ister from Marshalltown, la., by means of
which three street car holdup men sought
to prove an alibi. One of them afterward
pleaded guilty and was sent to the ?enl
tentiary. The other two t ere released on
bond and failed to show up for trial.
All of the exhibits that are of no Intrinsic
value and have outlived their usefulness
In the rases with which they are cc
nected will be destroyed.
KILLY WILL HOLD REALTY
Former Outah Man Haa Firm Faith
In This City's Present and
Free This Week with
SKIN FOOD FREE
A la ran mirnnle iar of (Mine. Yalo'sl the original and only genuine 't-Kin Fid," .
will be given free with each purchase amounting to 79c or more. This being a spe
cial offer and a rare opportunity for obtaining this almost prlnceless toilet treasure
free of charge, we hope our patrons will profit by It.
Fameand Fortune Winners
Mme. Yale's Reautv Culture discoveries have not only won fame and fortune
for her, but made thousands and hundreds of thousands of other women superlatively
happy by making them naturally' beautiful and then preserving that beauty.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
l-mllex unable to call may order by mall.
Books will be Included with each order.
MME. YALE'S FRIIT CKRA. i
strenRthenli.g tonic for women, a curi
for certain organic) ailments. The won
oeruil cures effected bv It testify
Its great merit. Regular O fl
price !.), our a!
price vr w
MME. YALE'S FERTILIZER TAB
LETS cure constipation and ventilate a
clogged system. Two slses. Regular
price 60c and 11.00. Our priue-
45c and 89c
MM B. YALE'S COMPLEXION TAH.
LETS make new, rich blood. Thev en
rich the skin with healthy coloring. Tw
sli's, regular Boc and ll.Ort. Our prion
45c and 89c
MMK. l ALE S BLOOD TOXIC cleanses
ine liver, blood and kldncvs.
Regular price 91 .TO, our
MME. YALE'S DIGESTIVE TABLETS
aid digestion and cure Indigestion. Regu
lar price 60e and ll.oo. Our price
45c and 89c
MME. YALE'S ANTISEPTIC is a most
valuable household article, and must oe
used to be appreciated. For cleansing
the mouth and gums In the morning,
gargling the throat for sore throat, dress
ing sores, wounds or bruises. It OQ
Is unequaled. Regular price rl if
11.00. Our price VeV
MME. YALE'S LINIMENT Is a new.
comer and said to have magic-like In
fluence in curing muscular affections,
such as rheumatism, neuralgia, A f
sprains, etc. Reular price 4 if
R. Our price FaJV
MME, YALE'S CORN Ct'RE-Do not
suffor another day with corns. Mme.
Yale's Corn Cure makes quick work .'
them. I'se it and enjoy the comfort of
Hourra teei. iteguiar price
The Skin Food Souvenirs mid lleauly '
MME. TALE'S SKIN FOOD for nourish
lng the skin and obliterating wrinkles.
Two slaes, regular prices 1.6o, $3.00. Out
$1.25 and $2.50
MME. YALE'S ALMOND DIX3S80M
COMPLEXION CREAM for cleansing.
healing, enhancing and preserving beauty.
nothing like It. Kegular
price 11.00. Our
MME. YALE'S COMPLEXION BLEACH
for cleansing the skin of
blemishes. Regular, price
12.0a. Our price
MME. YALE'8 ELIXIR OF BEAUTY
for protecting the skin from the In
clemency of the weather. It makes tho
skin naturally white, gives the
complexion brilliancy. Regular
price 11.00. Our price
MME. YALE'S BLI STI OF YOl'TH for
softenlna the expression it tonea the,
facial nerves, gives pliancy to tho mus
cles and elasticity to tne
skin. Regular price $3.00.
MME. YALE'S HAND WHIT
EN ER. Regular price
$1.00. Our price
MME. YALE'S VIOLET TAL
CCM POWDER. Regular
price Ibr. Our price
MME. YALE'S COMPLEXION til
SOAP. Regular prlca UK. .IIC
MME. YALE'S COMPLEXION
POWDER. Regular price
6oc. Our price
If. inn .-
Mne. Yale's Halt Tonic
MME. YALE CONSIDERS HER HAIR
TONIC one of the greatest achievement.
It Is praised In the highest terma by thosv
who use It, and there S quanti
ties of It sold. Regular price
$l.oo. Our price
II 11- II
II II Ir- SI
1 "3 1
John . Yirak
Desires to announce that ho is a candidate
for the City Council, Tenth ward, and that
his platform is:
"BAe BEST INTERESTS of
THE CITV AND TAX PAYERS."
I have been a citizen of Omaha and a
taxpayer for 28 yeare.
XV. L. Killy, formerly district auperin
tendent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance
company at Omaha, but for soma time In
charge of the Missouri business of the com
pany ar I located at Jefferson City, is in
Omaha for a day or two on private busi
ness. He owns some property In this cily
"I have no Intentions of selling the realty
I own here, for I firmly believe in the city
and that It has most excellent prospects.
The development at present and during the
last few years has been wonderful. vIt Is a
town to be proud of and you may be sure
that I consider my property here a very
good investment and one that I Intend to
JUVENILE COURT PROMOTERS
Several Hundred People Meet at Flrat
CoHgregatloaal ( karrk and
A meeting of those Interested In the
Juvenile court law was held Friday night
at the Flrat Congregational church. Be
tween W0 and 400 people were present. A
dinner waa served at 6:30 and afterward
Judge Sutton of the juvenile court. Mrs.
Towle, deputy probation officer, and Mrs.
Heller of the detention home spoke on the
phases of the juvenile work they were
specially Interim d In. Mra. E. O. Mc
Oilton presided. A letter has been received
by Judge Button from Judge Mack of Chi
cago saying that he will accept the Invita
tion of a number of those interested in the
juvenile law to deliver an address In Omaha
ou the workings of the law In Chicago. He
Is expected to be here March 21 or S.
Dr. Humphreys' Serenty
Sercn breaks up Grip and
ESTIMATE OF BRIDGE WORK
One Tboasand Dollars, Heal Thinks,
Will Replace els Spans
County Engineer Real has submitted an
Mtiuiate to the coun'y hoard placing the
coat of replacing the six spans of the Val
I ley bridge w hich went out a week or so ago
at $1.07. This price does not Include ice
breakers and is baaed on tha figures of the
contractor. The board la considering tho
advisability of putting In temporary wooden
Bp is to do service until the county Is In
a poaitlon to put in steel spans over the
At Druggists, IS rents a--n, or mailed.
Humphrey' ll.imeo. Medicine Co., Cor.
'Tls a gigantic conspiracy of Coughs,
Colds, etc., against you. Fbtl It with Dr.
King s New Olseovery. Wlo and $!.&. for
EAU DE QUININE
IN SICCESSFUL USE OVER 100 YEARS.
ED. PINAUD'S EAU DE QUININE
HAIR TONIC is a necessary aid to the
hair-health of man, woman ana child. As
necessary as the dentist's aid in preserving
EAU DE QUININE is a hair preserver
it re-vitalizes the hair follicles, revives the
falling hair, simulates hair life and brings
ED. PINAUD'S EAU DE QUININE
opens up the pores of the scalp and prevents
dandruff. It cures all hair-deslroying dis
eases, and makes the hair luftrous and abun
dant and beautiful.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRY COODS AND D?UC STORES
Ifyoitr Sesler tfe sot ae it, ytu my srarsre torn avert from
ED. PINAUD BUILDING, NEW YORK CITY
1 Uv aUvrnian a. MvCuiukU Drug Cu.
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