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TIIE OMATIA DAILY REEm WEDNESDAY, MARCTI 14, 190G.
HUNDRED WANT NEW HOMES
Families- Who Sell for Hortbweutera Depot
on tha Market .i .
MOST Of. THEM OWNED PROPERTY
erne of, lb Lot Rail-
fMl Ha Sot lh.u. HmaJe
fa " Over Korty
L. '. - " learn.
One hundird fujiiliics le put m the
tr.arket fur homes hy the purchase by the
Northwestern of four block near the Web
ster street station for trackage and depot
purposes, and the real istate and rental
men have begun to look them up. Moat of
them' owned the property where they re
sided, and by the sale of It they will have
liUrnty.of money la build or buy In another
fart of tha oily. Some of the lot Involved
hav not changed hands In forty year, and
there ara a number which have not changed
, Lands for thirty years. .
Ail the owners will be allowed to retain
' tha building on their property, but In
many caaea It would not pay to move them.
. Soma of tho best undoubtedly will b
moved to other part of the city. Tha moat
valuable building la the section ara the
Goo hotel iukI the Kramer flat.
Ktarly all the (mailer holdings have been
secured by the railroad. Several large and
valuable piece belonging to George Warren
Smith, the Schllts Brewing company. John
A. Crelghton and the Crclghton estate yet
' remain to be bought. It may require a
week :t two before the whole deal i consummated.
STUNNING SPRING STYLES
MOTHER ' TAKES THE CHILD
Mn. hchart-Deatsaaa May Have
a ( tntr to Caart for Vlo
..Mia. Kruiiy Schuchardt, whose huaband
recently was given a divorce by Judge Ken
nedi I liable to find herself In difficulty
with the court. Their young daughter was,
liy the decree of the court, placed In a
Catholic achoo. In Omaha, with the under
standing she was to remain there until
further order of the .court. It now appears
from -letters written by Mrs. Bchuchardt
at id tho girl that she was taken out of tha
.school and Is now living In Hastings, la.,
with her mother. The letters were written
on paper bearing the business address of
Charles . V. peutsman, . to whom Mrs.
Schuchardt was married two, days after
securing a decree of divorce about a year
ago. Tills decree was afterward set aside;
leaving Mrs. Bchuchardt with two hus
band. Judge Kennedy Is not sure whether the
taking of the girl out of the Jurisdiction of
the court Is contempt alone or whether It
might not be a clear case of kidnaping.
Mrs. Schuchardt has been told to bring tha
child back to Omaha, and In case she does
not comply the matter will probably bo
placed In the hands of the county attorney.
SENATOR FRIES STILL, IN IT
Valley Legislator Thlaks Hie People
Woald a. poor Him for
"I feel sure the people of Valley county
would endorse my candidacy for governor
If given the opportunity , of a free expres
sion," said State Senator ' Fries of Valley,
who spent the day in Omaha. ' "I don't
know yet what turn affairs may take, but
things may so shape,-themselves that I
eat)' land the nomination; John Wall la
Mill a candidate; of course.'
. "The withdrawal of Mr. Mortenson sim
plifies the Situation considerably. I think
his withdrawal will help the Norria. Brown
boom for senator. If Mr. Mortenson cannot
run, then Lieutenant Governor McQilton
would be barred, of course. It ls.to.be re
gretted that this question, exists and keeps
these men front proceeding with their can
didacies. , ,
"Yotl hear much talk of Paul Jessen for
governor. Also of Senator Sheldon, but I
doubt If Senator Sheldon would go Into the
race, for be 1 a cousin of Congressman
Pollard, and his entering might tend to
embarrass the First district representa
Jim Key Is coming.
TROUP ,., WILL HELP SUTTON
frcoad ' IX strict Jadare Goes
f riaslaet beach to Aid la
Beginning - Wednesday morning Judge
Troup will take a criminal Jury to assist
J vilge. Button,, who is. assigned to the
criminal bench ef the district court. Judge
Button la so covered up with work an 1
tha cases ready for trial are so numerous
the Judges have decided It the part of
prudenee to have one of their number re
lic ti Judge - Sutton from some of the
labor. ' '
Judge Troup will take up the case of
tue state against Michael Ford this morn
Ing. Ford Is one of the prisoners who es
eaped from the county Jail but was un
atii to get far enough away to prevent
lenapture, on account of a sprained ankle
ha received while dropping to the ground
after forcing his way through the hole
In Jh Jail wall He is charged with hold-
-tpg up a South Omaba aaloon.
ever uonstlpation, . biliousness, tc, i
shown in the marvelous cures mad by
Blectrlc Bitter. 50c. . Guaranteed. For
sal by Sherman At McOnneJl Drug Co,
' Mortality Statistics.
The"' following birth and deaths have
been -reported to the Board of Health dur
ing Die twenty-four hour ending at noon
Dirt ha M. J. Tain. Ml Itrd. boy.
t'liailcs Micvens. VHi Pierce, bov: Anlhr.v
Kimball. .Ninth and Clark, boy; Lewis Red
oing, tiu jvonn j wenty-eighth, girl: Her
tnuri R stmun. 1114 Chicago, bov.
Deaths Bee Bharrar, F.rsklnr, ;-MII-
rw raari riuman. iih Ames avenue 1'
a o. xu. iv Esouill IwenuOlQ. 61.
Have You Tried It?
" A building-up food for invalid and
for those with weak life functions,
which, by it action on the blood, will
help your body to throw off disease
and take on flesh.
- For nearly a quarter oi a century
iots of style to these coats this spring
made long and full, new cuffs and collars
perfection protection In damp, bd weather
and a smart light
weight coat for
Ladies' New Covert Coals
The new effects In man tailored coverts are
the pony, the polo and the box coats all
are very stylish this year, new self and
ladies' Sateen Petticoats at 9Sc
Made of fine mercerlied sateen,
looks like satin and wears bet
ter these skirts are nicely
finished with ruffles, at, each.
Brandeis Never Before Offered Such a Dress Goods Bargain
Silk Eolienries 69c
Values in these beautiful spring goods are actually up to $2.50
a yard. Elegant goods 46 and 48 inches wide in every correct
spring shade. In spite of the extremely disagreeable weather,
which interfered with shopping, hundreds of ladles have been
charmed with our showing. . Best values of the sale Wednesday.
ORIGINAL NEW YORK MODELS
Spring hats of indlvfdual character, made by ex
pert milliners, after the correct trend of
. fashion stunning effects in the new resedas,
Alice blues, corals. T a rt jm
etc., etc.. hundreds of J) JU Jlfll
dashing new hats,
at .... ,
FORMAL OPEN; HQ EXHIBIT
THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY. MARCH
15. 16. 17
Embroideries, galloons, bands, insertings and colored em
broideries, many . ribbon headings,
also some very pretty baby sets, jt , TZ r a
worth as high as 28c a yard, J2CmZ3 Cm 2vL
at, a yard , t.
J. L BRANDEIS & SONS BOSTON STORE
Tat Ci4 Uw CM twmltwu -Par XWWe.
The food that does good, ha been
csed and prescribed by "physiciac ia
all parts of the world.
A a result, Ozomulsion has today
a larger sale than any other emulsion
of Cod Liver Oil, and is "carried in
stock by every druggist in the United
frr ate toe siies o. and lS-es. BotUtoi
Sao FermuU ia pttntsd ia 7 Uaguags ea saua,
. H ft it.. New Twk.
Parties who have acquired the vacation
habit as well' as the means to gratify It,
Will find in the March number . of lh
Four-Track News pointers on how to while
away the good old summer time and enjoy
life on the wing. Here - are glimpses of
Green mountain villages, the famous Dela
ware Water Gap and bewitching pictures
of Michigan's Venice, commonly known us
St. Clair Flats, the quaintest waterlogged
village on the Inland lakes. "From Lake
to Sea" carries the reader from fresh to
salt water, supplemented with glimpses of
New York and Washington. There Is much
more In the number enough to whet the
appetite for tours to come - and awaken 1
memories of tours past. .
"Deerfoot In the Mountains" is the third
and laat volume of the "New Deerfoot
Series," by Edward B.' Ellis, the most
popular f all our living writer for boys,
and follows the adventures of the matchless
Indian guide and his two boy friends from
the Paciflo ocean to their home in Ohio.
The party makes the hasardous ascent of
the Columbia -river and arrive among the
Nos Fercea Indiana. Here they learn that
Deerfoot' e wonderful horse. Whirlwind, has
been stolen by the Asslnlbolnes and the
dauntless youth starts slnglehanded on
foot to overtake and recapture him. A
thrilling encounter with five warrlora is
the . result, but his mission successfully
accomplished, Deerfoot rejoins his com
rades In winter quarters among the Black
feet. Taggarak, their great war chief, de
termines to kill the Christian redman and a
terrific encounter ensue, with a most start
ling result. The young adventurers Anally
leave the tribe and after an Interesting
meeting with the great explorers. Lewis
and Clark, safely reach their home with
endleas stories to relate. ' Published by the
John C. Winston company,
"Fishing Across the Continent," by W.
N. Hull. A. M.. is a collection of short true
fishing stories, not "fish stories." for
boys. They are all true, being the ex
perience of the writer and his frlenda.
It ia In sympathy with the boys' love tor
such stories that this book Is written. The
book is' made, more interesting by numer
ous full-page. illustrations, - many of them
being In cotor, and- the uoyer of the book
has a fishing scene in - color. The A
Flanagan company xt Chicago is the pub
Usher. . .
"The Stranded Bugle" and other poem
and prose -' ef Ieroy E. Mosher ("Hank
Wagoner"), Including "The Eagle," to
gether with an Introduction by General
Harrison Gray Otis and personal tribute
from former coworker of the Time Staff,
with portrait. Is a work of exceptional
merit. Its author was among the most
biilllur.t writers of his time. His genius
rtflects immeasurable credit on California,
where hi work was done. This book has
merit enough to entitle It to a place in
every California household and te go far
beyond the borders of the Golden state.
The book is published by the Times-Minor
company of Ix Angeles, CaJ.
"Paradike." by Alice Broun, is a return
te rural life, tier moat successful field.
The character are taken bodily from the
country firesides. Tl plot concerns few
people. Malory Dwight. In search of a
nurse to tend his dying Sister, con.es upon
Barbara, the heroine, a homeless girl,
taken In her youth from the poor farm by
her guardian, a traveling conjurer, from
whom she has Just escaped ' Her sweet
disposition, her beauty ad strength win
her the love of all about her. A humorous
touch Is given by Old C .! Tlmmje. who
ha doggedly done tro (Mutt luuet dis
tasteful to htm. Including reading the Bible
through forty timeav for' the sake of his
reward in the next world, and who daltb-
l eiately starves himself in order to kouw
The winds of March bring Into
view a great many women's shoes
on the feet. Some of. them are
neat, well fitting. , trim' looking
shoes that give the wearer .that
well-dressed appearance that, only
a well-dressed foot can give. . '
The Fry shoe will do that ' It
is perfect fitting, stylish looking
and of finest quality. Any
woman can have her feet com
fortably as well a stylishly
dressed if she will have them
fitted with Fry shoes, at $3.00,
$3.80 or 4.00.
FRY SHOE CO.
Wk and Douglas Sts,
S f il
. . i , .. ,-T
ammim tas essss sd4 assists aster as
mums natural ruaetlone. TAT THgaL
Xhs ato kallht-Crasm- tamed? Ce.,
Csisraas Surinam, L'sls.
the sooner whether all his efforts have
availed. Uncle Jotham Is another amus
ing character. Barbara ia one of the most
tliarmlng characters that Mis Brown has
ever drawn, a girl of Innocent, beautiful
faith. Her sense of religion is strangely
mingled alth her constant recollections of
early life as a palmist and conjurer, which
leads to many discussions concerning the
hereafter; .Published b Houghton-Mifflin
OMAHA WEATHER FORECAST vVwlnesday. Snow,
Jim n l.
JJ GREEN TRADING STAMI
TRtCIXS SUMPS EVERT TIME
Bennett's Big Grocery -fruit Section
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE AND GREATEST MONEY SAVING
. GROCERY IN TIIE WEST.
BIG ORANGE SPECIAL Splendid Large. Juicy, Swex-t Naval flf
Oranges, per dozen 25c and aUC
'And ten green trading stamps with each dozen.
LEMOX SPECIAL Nice, Large, Juicy, California Lentous,
And ten green trading stamps tvitli each dozen.
FRESH DAILY LETTUCE, RADISHES. CUCUMBERS, ONIONS.
BANANAS Large and ripe, splendid value, dozen 16c
China Stock Complete
WANT TO SEE NEW THINGS?
VISIT THIS 8ECTION NOW.
NEW MAYONNAISE DISH FOR
SALAD DRESSING A Tomato on
a lettuce JLeafl It's a gem
$1.25 65c and 35c
HAT PIN HOLDERS In Bisque, handy
article, very new, 2QC
Odd shapes in-Cream Jugs, 20c
very pretty, each
The new COLONIAL,
-very clear "Tr"
glass, dos. for..
The Tomalne shape
Cut Star Table
Tumbler a new
shape most popular
cutting on the Of)-,
NEW LOT OF HAVILAND CHINA.
, pretty green decoration on famous
Knnnom shape, regular 1Q CZI
35.00 value, a set, at ..JVJ
Separate pieces at a liberal discount
on purchase of tiO.OO or mote.
"ODDS-AND' ENDS "in DINNER
WARE Interesting items Platters,
Cover Dishes. Plates, Bowls, Vege
table Dishes, 'Sauce Dishes, etc.
ALL AT HALF KORMKR PRICES.
Full 100-Plece Dinner Sets In pretty
little spray .decoration, gold traced,
full set, a W. value, Wed-si J"f
nesday and Thursday vIsOsT
Coffees Coffees Coffees
FRESH ROASTED EVERY DAY.
BS5SETT'8 CAPITOL COF- 50.
FLE.. pound package SOC
And .Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Uolilen Santos Coffee,- - T.
And Twenty Oreen Vr'adiiig' stamps.
Uasket Fired Japan Tea, 114.
pound..... , OOV,
And Twenty Oreen Trading Btamps.
Ten-pound sack Yellow ilr
Corn Meal IC3C
And Ten Oreen Trading Stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Flavoring 'i'lr
Extract. 4-ounce bottle OOk
And Forty tlreen Trading Stamps.
Diamond C Soap, ten
Mount Ktneo, Maine, Corn.
two cans "
And Twenty Green Trailing Stamps.
VKQKTABLE AND FLOWER Or
Red Cloud Full Cream Cheese. fn
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Royal Luncheon Cheese, 2ztc
And Ten Oreeii Trading Stamps.
BIG CAKE CHOCOLATE SPECIAL.
Five cakes Anchor Sweet. " O ,
Eating Chocolate w
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Five cakes Runkel's Vanilla 'S.n
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
EASTER NOVELTIES NOW ON
An Early Sacrifice in Ladies' Suits
We have put on sale three of our best styles of
this spring's purchase of s
LQU1HS aUlIS iwu styics Ul alj
Eton and one jacket suit;
colors are light and medium
, gray, checks, navy blue and
black. We purchased these suits to sell at
$29, but decided te create a little excitement by
making tbem '
Ladies', Cravenette Coats One hundred just in new tau,
oliye, Oxford and gray shades, warranted rain Q (IA
proof f jugular $12.50 coats, at.... JrZJJ
Girls' "VQTSted Dresses Plain colors, checks and plaids, a
. mixed &U worth $1.25, $1.50 and $1,75, ages 6 (JQp
to., .14 years; Wednesday, each ...Vvt
Ladies' Outing Gowns Good heavy flannel, prices I Q
75c andl.00; now at. .., OeC
Bargain' Sale of Embroideries Wednesday Over fifty
' different patterns of fine and heavy Nainsook and Cam:
brie Embroidery Edges and Insertions, 2 to 10 inches
wide, rorth to 25c a yard; our price, Wednes
day, a yard, 10c, 70 and.
Cheap Lot of Laces 1,000 -yards of fancy imported Lace
Bands, Appliques and Edges, heavy Venetian Trimmings;
this lot, sold up to 20c a yard; our price Wednes- P
day, a yard;. OK
A Big Glove Special Reynier's celebrated Lelia French
Kid Gloves, highly glaced, new stitching, in a I ff
full range of colors; special, a pair. leUU
Another Big Veiling Special Wednesday 100 pieces of
fancy and plain Net Veilings, with or without dots, and
' fancy Dotted Chiffon Veilings, in a good line of colors,
worth to 50c a yard; our price Wednesday, Iflp
Sale of Fancy Ribbons Cheap 100 pieces of soft Pompa
dour and fine Polka dotted Louisenne Silk Bobbons, 60
and 80 lines, every; yard warranted washable, ffp
worth 30c to 40c yard; sale price, a yard t)
New Art Goods Imported Lohore Pillow Tops Made and
designed by the natives of India, hundreds of pat- J?
terns toselect from; special, each eSeJU
New tot of Real Jap Pillow Tops-In a large J A
assortment of patterns; special, each ..efaUU
STRICTLY FKESH. DIRECT
WLL LINE OF SALT AXD
No. 1 Cod Flail, t
and ., UV
Norway Mackeral. three
Hollaad Herring, In kegs J
Meat ami Fifcb Raaement.
- ' ei 9 Hit
As rssy to wash a lace curtain as
a handkerchief. And It's easier to do
up your curtains it you have a
No-Plee" Curtain Stretcher.
The price is less than a laundry bill,
besides the curtains are never torn.
6PBCIAk FOR WEDNES- t 1f
DA V, up from Ia IU
And Fifty Oreen Trading Stamps.
WOODEN WARE Basement.
play of La'sies
New Costs and
Salts in the
We are style
THE RELIABLE ITtRE j
Final Underwear Clearance
In ordor to further reduce our stork
bargains for Wednesday which you cann
to supply your next winter's needs and save
.'6th suet window.
MEX'8 SHIRTS AND PRAWEHS-AH
wool, heavy qunlity, shirts are double
breasted, they sold up to fl 50. En
all slsr-g Wednesday, at garment. vUl
M-n's Shirts and Prawors, heavy fleeco
lined s-amients that sold up to 75c Oi,.
per aurment, special Wednesday. ..V
Men's Merino Shirts and Drawers In spring
welBhts or extra heavv tiuallty, fiir
worth 30c, In this sale at 2ou and...."fc
f winter nndei-s-iirnirnts w- are Offorln
ot afford to miss. A splendid opportunity
half in duiiia so now. Sec display r
l.AinhS rM( glTTS, in ail sir.es,
worth up to J1.00. special Wed- ne,
neminv. at UUy,
IAK1KS' AM. WOOI. I'NIOX SPITS. In
white-,, gr.vs and blsrks, garments
worth reaiiisriy up to title. 4 C
stwiHl In this snlo. at I.OV
C'll I L.DRK.N'8 VESTS AND TANTS. fieecs
lined, all sluos. worth up to IV,
"t l:'c and IUC
MEN'S JERSEY OVEHSHIRTS,
worth 6"K- to 7&o. all sixes, at
Special Sale of Boys' Clothing
CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SCITS-
Msde up In Norfolk and double breasted
styles. In many different shades and pat
terns, worth up to 4 .e
special, at I.VO
BOYS' KNEE RANTS Bl'ITH. In sitiRls
and double breasted Norfolks, Sailor
lllouse, Russian Rluuse and cioublj
breasted styles, latest fabrics 5
and patterns, special, at 4S.OU
MEN'S CRAVENETTE RAIN COATS .lust the coat for cnrlv sprliiK wear, f n rkfi
perfect flltyts;, all newevt styles, spltmdld values at I18.U0, $16.00, $12.io and BJ.JJ
Weekly Notion Sale
Our Weekly Notion gale occurs Wedno sday. Hundreds of staple Notions will be
aoia at ti w V, regular price, neaa tnese items :
liest Darnliui Cotton, all colors.
Gold Eye Needles, all lses, pkg..
Spool Cotton, per spool,
PearlvlJuttons, per doten.
The Hump Hook and Eyes, per
Horn Combs. 6-ln. metal back.
. . lc
Faiit'nrs, per 1 r ,
Linen Thread, per spool,
Carter's Ultick Ink,
Carter's Musllage, bottle,
Carter's Uc-at White Paste.
Many other staple notions
half regular price.
Big Special Mid-Week Grocery Sale
21 lbs. pure cane Granulated 6ugar...
Kromangelon or Jello. per pkg
1-lb. pkg. condensed Mince Meat
1-1 h. can assorted Soups
hk-io. can Hreaktast Cocoa
2-lb. pkg. Fruen's Wheat Wafers
On Time Yeajt, per package
2 cakes Tar Soap
t cukea imported Caxtlle Soap
B-lb. phII pure Fruit Jelly
The best Soda or oyster t rackers. lb.
lft-ounce can Condensed Cream
2-lb. can fancy sweet Sugar Corn
8 lbs. best Rolled Oatmeal.....
. . .5c
7 Ilia, hand picked Navy Beans iue
The heft Peuil Tapioca, per lb bo
7 lbs. Wheat Farina, Barley or Hominy. 25c
10 bars bent brands Laundry Soap 'io
4 ll best slu.lled Popi'orn ....Kx)
Fresh Roasted Virginia Peanuts, lb 1a
20 fancy Highland Navel Oranges for 3c.
Fancy 7-crown IniMrtcd Figs, per lb. lHio
Fancy C'alitorniK Fig., per package So
Flower Seeds, the best kind that trow.
per package S0
Extra Fancy Separator Creamery Butter.
per lb rHo
Everybody, is singing-
ft?1'' P Ff
Mex-i-coL. My darkly ed Mex-i-co!
Those who have made the trip are singing also the praises
of the new semi-weekly" through vestibuled modern train, the
" Mexico St. Louis Special
Iron Mountain Route,
Texas a, Pacific railway, international a. Great
Northern Railroad (Laredo Gateway), and
the National Lines or Mexico.
. : The train leaves St Louis at 9.00 a. m. Tuesdays and
Fridays, arriving City of Mexico at 6.30 p. m. Thursdays and
Sundays a 60-hour run. ' , "
Compartment, Observation, and Standard
Drawing; Room Sleeping Cars and Dining Car.
Call on LOCAL AGlHT. or iddress
H. C. TOWNSEND.
Gancral PaaMigar ao titiot l(ait, '
T. LOUIS, MO.
"Blue Mouday Book." a Imge of happilT
selected optimistic quotations of prose snd
verse to cheer each blue Monday of the
year. Compiled by Jennie buy Haines. The
typographic schemo of lU volume, de
signed snd executed by Harry N'ah, ts
worthy of note, the text Itt Chelteuhani
old style, printed , In blue-Muck ink and
bordered with a cha.-te rule design of per
fect workmanship, printed In a delicate
blue tint on the finest Japan antique
paper. Published by Paul Elder at CO.
The above books at lowest retail priees.
MuUvs, ie aw a tli i'jfixutii cr,L
BEST FOR HOME VBE.
-BoTTLiCD IN BOND."
UIIICQ't H Must
If l i
rrern nlLLin e, Coed
13U( Farnam St.
lliller'a Whiskeys, full quaits.
Sot-, (l.oo. ' li.a.
FIUKMS Or (XXm tKV KHXM KNT :
l.MTE VOV'tt Kl l'I'OUT l'I"OX
William II; Hatferoth
. . KavTl'lllJCAX CASDIllATK
Councilman from Eleventh Ward.
W sell all kinds of Supporters for
Men and Woman ti or 40 atylea In
all. WRITE VOR CATALOGUE or
Sherman & McConneil Drug Co.,
Cor. ldth Dottse, Omaha.
ONE-WAY second-class tickets on sale March 6 and 20
! i at a little more than HALF FARE. ...
Go now when there is fittfe outdoor
work to do at home and visit the
Sunny Land of Opportunity.
Samuel Larimer, Pass. Aft.,
406 Equitable Building, Dei riolnea, Iowa.
An the Way.
Will make life worth living
at your house. Tie will look
after the furnace,
carry out the ashes,
shovel the walks, do
all the things you
dislike doing yourself.
"Oh, If I only could find a
yourf man like that," you
aay. Nothing easier. Put
a want ad In tha Bee tor
one. There are lota of
young fellows looking for a
ehance to work for a Uttle
extra out of hours, as for
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