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Tim OMAIIA DAITA BEE: FKIDAY, MAKCH 16, 1906.
COUNTY STORE SAVES MOM
Crt About Four Thounand Less Than
SAVING MADE JANUARY AND FEBRUARY
lr Sara Cnantr CmlMloi Com-
alllrt Ioa not ( lilm 0alt,
mm Mild Winter Mad
The cost of operating the county atuie
for the month of January and February
show a reduction of from 13,&0 to H.0U0
under the cost of running the tore during
the corresponding month In HM and 19i6.
The table given below compiled In the
office of the county auditor show In detail
where this saving haa ben effected.
Commissioner Ure, chairman of the com
mute on charity, ha the following to
fay of the large reduction ihown:
"Th committee doc not want the public
to understand that It take to Itself particu
lar credit for this good showing. Thl
winter has been comparatively mild with
a good deal of work going on, hence there
has not been uch a strenuous demand for
assistance. The county agent, too, ha ex
ercised wise discrimination and has gone to
considerable pains to make Investigations.
He haa kept a list of all needy people and
wherever they were found deserving they
have been helped. The committee has
backed him up In hi work and ha In
Isted that a definite system be followed In
dispensing the county money and goods.
Wo know from week to week and from
month to month just what our expenditure
is, and we have the additional aatlsfac
tlon of knowing that only those who really
need and deserve public aid have received
It. Thl matter of systematizing the charity
expenditures was well brguiY last year and
we believe the allowing presented Indicate
that wa are getting this Item of public
charity down whre It belongs without
any worthy person suffering a refusal."
nummary of Eipenses.
These tables show the coat of operating
the stoie for January and February dur
ing the laat three years
.. 3SC.92 olB.47
.. 179.18 24S.OO
Travelers Sample Pieces
These are all the highest quality of imported
laces, many pieces to match appliques, bands,
galloons and medallions in new nud very elabor
ate patterns. The laces are in white, cream
and ecru, also fancy colored
silk trimming laces and pen- each
dants easily worth as high strip
as 50c a strip, at
ON SALE IN BASEflENT
Odd Lots of Laces and Embroideries
These are odd lots of laces that are slightly musned. Here are Valen
ciennes, plat vals, torchons and embroidery edgings, should 1 1
regularly bring as high as 10c a yard, at, per yard 2i
Openwork and batiste embroideries in Venice and Irish Point
worth as high as $1.50 a yard, at, per yard
Remnant Ba.rga.ins in Basement
bray and all the
made to sell at
12V yard. In
I to 10 yard
length, for yd.
ton voiles, em
fects. Just the
thing for chil
dresses, a 2To
value, tor X'er
white lawn and
India linon rem
nants, a bar
gain that will
they are all
small lota and
will be sold as
long as t h e y
last, for, a yd..
.2.10 3,4C8.4S I2.63ti.79
January, 1!H, over 1905.. ..SK!!.!)
Reduction. January ISort, over li4
February 1904. 16.
Flour 447.53 t io.l8
Buxur 34.01 301 SS
Coffee 130.25 1X7.92
Tea llH.OO 133.54
bean 1S0.04 174.0-2
Klce 27.61 3U.2
Oatmeal 62.40 61.00
Cornmual 66. 96.84
Bait pork 341.6.1 44.H2
Soup 69.94 80 34
Bait 7.00 . 8 00
Coul 3.127.2.) 2.430.80
.TWO HALF DAY SPECIALS.
All the forenoon you can buy
yard wide bleached muslins
and cambrics that are
worth up to 10c yd.,
At ir30 in the afternoon we
place on sale 36-lnch wide
percales, very desirable
for house dresses, etc.,
they are perfeot long 11 ql
R.emnaits ii Linen Department
5,000 yds. union crash
yard . . .
dozen slightly I in.
perfect barber towels,
sold everywhere at 6uc
Thousand of drummer'
sample piece of table
damask, worth up to
1.2u yard; fTl
Table damask remnants, in table cloth lengths, at less than Import cost.
Total ...14.720.15 14,704.66 fcE92.G7
Totals January and
February 7.6S8.2G 8,226.14 4,129.44
Total charity from county store
January and February, 1906 $4,129 44
raving over 1WJ6, same month 4,0Uo.Wi
Saving over 1K4. same months 3,568.79
ONE AUTO MAN SUES OTHERS
l-'redrlekson Filea Aetloa to Recover
Comialaaiona Claimed Vnder
Sample lengths of Ingrain
Carpet Worth regularly 8Bc
yard; on sale in the
Basement at, each . . . .
Ingrain C a r p e t Yard wide
and reversible; on sale Friday
in Basement, at,
II. E. Fredrlckson, through hi attorney.
Lysie I. Abbot, brought an Injunction suit
Thursday morning before Judge Troup
against the Powell-Bacon company and tho
Cadillac Motor Car company, to enjoin th
Powell-Bacon company from receiving or
buying car from the Cadlllao company or
euterlng Into a contract with the Cadillac
company' for an agency. Mr. Fredrlckson
eta up- In hiBpetltlon that lie had the
agency for the company last year and that
under the contract the company wa ex
cluded from selling cars to anyone In thl
territory. A car jna sold to G. A. Joslyn
by the company atlDetrcit, and Mr. Fred
rlckson aaked for his commission, which,
lie says, amounted to aeveral hundred dol
lars. In the meantime, Fredrlckson say
the company had agreed to give him the
game territory for 1906 and wrote him a
It agent until several daya ago, when
letter wa received saying that unless Mr.
Fredrlckson would release all claim for
commission on the car sold It would not
give him the agency for thla year. Mr.
Fredrlckson cluima If the Powell-Bacon
company gets the agency for this year it
will receive the Benefit of all the expendi
ture for advertising without a dollar ex
pense, and Mr. Fredrlckson will be left
without a car to sell, a all agencies' have
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS
Wool Dress Goods in odd lengths of every imaginable color
and kind regardless of former cost, at, yard
Remnants of the finest. Dress Goods Coat, skirt and dress
lengths black and all colors; sold up to $2 a yard; yard. .
Fine Wash. Dress Goods Panama,
voile, linen, silk mull, organdies, f ft,
Remnants of Wool Dress Goods All
mngtns and colors, worth oe
etc., 26c and 35c grade, at. yd ,u I up to II yard, at
Travelers' Samples of Finest Goods Imported Basement, each lc
OUR WEEKLY CLEARANCE OF SILK REMNANTS.
Simply because we want to sweep our counters clear of all rem- g
nants we offer one mixed lot of plain and fancy silk If If
In Arcade, per yard " W
27-lhch silk eollenne I Pretty Foulards, plain i High grade fancy silks
and fancy pongees, 2 to 20 yard
etc.. at. ,7G lengths, at TO.
wv nor yard ....
at, per Qp
yard ,. ,ay
Three fine lots short end traveler's samples ac
cording to size, each
w -1 i-
Linoleum and Oil Cloth
At Blgget Bargains Ever Known.
ENTIRE STOCK OF EASTERN
MAKER BOUQtiT FROM SHERIFF
See Windows. ON SALE MONDAY
Conmom Col da Are the Caua of Maay
A physician who ha gained a national
reputation as analyst of the cause of va
rious diseases, claims that If catching
oold be avoided a long list of dangerous
ailment would never be heard of. Kvery
ou know that pneumonia and consump
tion originate from a cold, and chronic
catarrh, chronic bronchitis, and all throat
and lung trouble are aggravated and ren
dered more serious by taoU fresh attack.
Do not risk your ill or take chances
when you have a cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will cure It before these
diseases develop. Thl remedy contain
no opium, morphine or other harmful
drug and ha thirty year of reputation
back of It, gained by It cure) under
The following marriage license
Name and Residence.
Wllbrr K Country, Kehawka
HelolKe O. W'allen, Weeping Water....
Arthur C. Lee, Tekainah
Kdiih 10. Bain, Adair, la
Anton Jenn, lrvington
Julia Jensen, B-nou
Harry F. Von Dollen. Persia, la
Florence K. While, Persia, la
Arthur Abraham, Valley
bustle M. Mansfield. Valley
Harry Owens, Omaha 31
juuaaueiu u. r leicner, umana...
frail rTencns, i ourciand j
Jkiaarema Meier, courtland si
Oeurge L Huller, Omaha 35
Maine r.. urate, nemalia
DIAMONDi-t-dUuim. liih and Harney.
Mortality statist W-a.
The following births and deaths have
been reported to the Hoard of Health dur
lug the twenty-four hours ending at noon
lslrths Christian Clouseu. 26t2 Hamilton,
Kill: James liluver. North T,ni.
venth, boy; Ward Lewis. Fourteenth and
mum 1 weiu-eignin, gni, i. j-. Vaughau.
Ji North Thirty-eighth, boy.
IVaths Michael or John Oucklan, 401
ncrin ririeeuin, u; Anna ni. iiumlirlglit,
k-J Bherman avenue, tit): Winniu Wium
county houpKai. o., Kllsa Lalia, euuuty
bospltal. Ut; Charlie Wuderkalir, 'J913 Mer
edtlh. 24; Mr. W. II. Van hoof. lj"u Doug-
la, s. timriM n.rnntHi, di. jokepn Ik,k-
ty-(o'uith, 1; Itoberl liilgga, :T11 lilekory'
ever constipation, oiuousneaa, etc., Is
abewB to the marvelous cures made by
xVeetrlo Bitters, eoc Ou&raateed. Kor
ale by BUertnaa A McOmuell Lrug Co.
Guarantees the purity, age and
strength, and places a government
stamp on every bottle of
that you may know that
a pur Kentucky wnisaey
tled In bond and just as repre
sented. When you buy Hiller'a Old
Standard Whiskey, you know that
you are perfectly safe In placing
such a whlxkey with such a guar
antee. In your home.
Kit Comes nil I rb0 It Must,
UoB Kurnam St., Omaha.
Hiller'a Whiskies, full ouurt bot
tle. SOc, $100 and 11.25.
,umm beUurai fuucttoua 1 KT T HH
Tbl Mc Kniijt-Crpr Ruiw4 C.,
COtKs4 avrta(a, Co.
Uhe Best of
The Only Double
The Twin City Limited
And Carries New ao4 Fash
1401-1403 FARNAM ST.
Tf L. 24-61
MVmmm W 111 Mala Hiur.
Oerftold Circle, No. 11. 1adiae of the Uraiid
1 . W . I. 1 1 . I .rr.n.l... ... .
hall in the Tontin nul l.hx k April The
program couieinrliitrs a N w KngUind din
ner at noon, llie arruiienu-iit of pretty
b.Kitlia repreeiiting tlir- four xurnin. a war
rt-Uc museum and Uurmg ;lie e'enlng a lit
erary and iiiubkuI program will bv given,
supplemented with trt rehnient I ice
creaat and cuke.
WATClitd-iVtiJicr, liui and LXxU.
Charles A. Potter
LKpost louk. Cvirrrapoodence. Liriel
",V ork anl Special Reporting ua SUorf
Kotica. NOTARY rt'BUC.
TeL -. 131 Bee BallaMa
OMAHA WKATHm IX)RECST Friday, Fair and Warmer.
GKEEM TRADING STAMPS EVERT TIME
Two Little Lots that Should Be of
Special Interest to You.
On Sale Friday Morning.
LOT 1. Ladles' Short House Klraonaa, made from finest
Flannels and Cballies, plain and fancy art patterns,
the" prices of these garments should be $7.03 and
. $9.00 but all will be marked
I 9.90 1
Remnant Da.y Jn Embroideries
LOT 2. Ladies' House Robe, full dress length, made from finest flau-
ncls, henrtetta cloths and Nun's veiling, plain and
fancy colors, plain and lace trimmed, the prices were
fl6.0, $18.ftO, $25, $115, all are to be marked
Fire hundred remnants of fine nainsook and cambric embroidery edges
Insertion and fancy headings, 4 to 7 yard lengths, worth C
to 25c yard, Friday sale price, yard 10c, 74c and DC
REMNANT SALE OF LADIES' NECKWEAR About twenty dofcen
fancy and plain wash stocks, lace collars and linen Ascot ties.
slightly mussed in handling, this entire lot sold for 25c
each Friday, sale price each
25c FACE VEILINGS, 5c Friday 10 to 12 M., fifty pieces of plain and
fancy net veilings, with or without dots, a lot of blacks,
old for 25c a yard--special, a yard ,
REMNANTS OF SKIRTING PRINTS . '
Friday, a yard ..i ,
DRESS GINGHAMS In plain and fancy patterns
worth 10c a yard Friday, a yard
15c Dress Precales, in light colors, lengths iy to 9 yds.. Ql
worth 16c a yard Friday, a yard OiiC
32-inch French Madras for shirt waists, In small figures and f A
stripes, worth 26c a yard Friday, a yard 1UC
All our short lengths of fine white walstings and pretty fancy f
cotton Dress Goods, worth to 75c yard Friday, a yard .... 3C
600 Remnants of Table Linens and Odd Napkins this big lot must
be sold prices for Friday way BELOW COST OF MANUFACTURE.
BEST GOODS LOWEST
PRICES PROMPT DE
LIVERIES. TWENTY POVKtis BEST f nfl
QRANULATKO- SUGAR.. JvlU
And thirty green trading stamps.
Bennett's Breakfast Coffee, AQr
2-lb. can .r.-r. .40C
And twenty green trading stamps.
Teas,.-assorted kinds,- iQ.
pound - ; Ok
Aad thirty . green trading stamps.
Diamond "S" Peaches, Strawberries,
Cherrie. Pineapples, ije.
can r..i '
And thirty green trading stamps.
Bennett's Bargain Soap,
ten bar aJV
Two sacks Worcester mn
Table 6alt iwC
. And ten green trading stamps,
Three packages Jell-O,
And ten green trading stamps,
Diamond "S" Chill Sauce. 9"-
And ten green trading stamps.
Vegetable and Flower Seeds,
Maine Corn, O Si,-.
two cans J4
And twenty green trading stamp.
Pound can Bennett' Capitol 0 4r
Baking Powder w
And tea green trading stamp,
Fruits and Vegetables
Big, Fine, Juicy Lentous,
Every One Sound As f n
A Bell, Dozen ......IDC
Fine Ripe Sound Bananas,
Another Special Let Large,
Juicy, Sweet, ' Delightful
Oranges, Dozen 25c 1A
v and .4UC
FRESII MORNING ARRI
VALS OF LETTUCE RAD
ISH E S HORSE-RADISH
i I v
i i 1 fjfi liny
i 1 Viuuu
To Many rolnt In
California. Oregon, Washington
; UNION PACIFIC
EVERT DAY TO APRIL T, 1SOO.
(flA ft ft ( to Ogden and Salt Lake City.
VsaiUlUU to Butt
Butte, Anacooda and Helena.
n O C ft i to Pendleton and Walla Walla.
Spokane and Wena tehee, Wash.
to San Frsncisfeo, Los Angeles, San Diego
ana many otner uauiornia pointa.
Everett, FairhtTen, Whatcom. Van-
eouver. Victoria and Astoria.
to Ashland, Roeeburg, Eugene, Albany
and balom, via Portland,
to Portland, or to Tacoma and Seattle.
aJDTO MAN V OTHIK POINTS.
Ticket Omo- 1324 Faraaaa It.
'I'hone Douf la (134.
of courw th diamond 1 considered the proper ring to
fhoso wlm nn afford it. We have thni ranging- around
$.5. 135, f0 and up. Then we have earl from t up, sap
piiires, rubles ami rmeralilx raiiKinK around tJ) to :
urnela. cipals, too&s, btuodntone and many other atonea
lutiirinf urtiilnd IT, to Slo. &Dend a few miliutea in our
S. W. LINDSAY. JEWELER.
itie DOUOLAS ST.
See Our New
i Cnvenet te
' Rain Coals.
THE RELIABLE STftRE
Hon City Laces
Friday's Remnant Bargains.
Wool Dress Goods
FRIDAY SPECIAL I
A quantity of 6c Cake Jt
We have beru holding back all our llght
wclRht remnants of all wool and ailk and
wool dress goods nd will place on salu
tomorrow at 8.3u ,(.iiiO yards of the finest
goods that sold nt from 11 00 to $i i per
and Wool Crers, at. a yard (1 jc
yard Eollennes. Voiles, Hilk " '
10.0UO yards of all kinds of rien.i Oooa j.
worth from 75o to $15" a yard, tir
at. per yard, 4ic, 3e, 2k; and '"v
16.000 yards of the very linrst French Or
gandies, White Mercerised WMlstintr.
Bcotch Olnshatns, llnln!. Batistes and
In fact every kind of fine goods that sold
up to .Wo a yard, will go on this c-
sale at, per yard. 19c, 15c, 10c &
Also Fancy llnlng In long remnants.
39c Silks! Silks! 39c
On bargain square In 'I'omesilc room, tile
greatest sale of fine silks in remnants and
suit pattern In novelties and plum silks
ever placed on sale, i his line consists of
27-ln. blacks, 27-ln. colors, jo-in. plaids,
check and changeable chiffon taffeta,
27-ln. tuesah. 3l)-ln. atriiies. 2l-ln. beautiful
novelty patterns; the entire lot of ln.uu)
yards Friday at, 1Qr
P r yard JK
At Main Silk Department, for Friday, 27-in.
Novelties, 27-ln. Rustling Taffeta In colors
and black. 27-ln. black feau de Sole, 27-ln.
figured liabutal and 27-ln. plain Jap Wash
Silks. THIS LINE OF SILKS WORTH
VP TO I1.0U, at, VJc
per yard tw
SPECIAL, HOI R SALES.
From SI Xi lm-l.uO 36-ln. Black 7t
Taffeta, at a
From Id to 1211.00 27-ln Black tQn
From 1 to 3-S1.6U 86-ln. Black HUr
Tffea it O"
From i to b-J-'.SO 3-ln.
I'eau de Sole, at
25 pieces of natural Jap Wash Silks, 27-ln.
wide, 30c quality, at, IQc
FlanneH, at, per yard
In Domestic Room.
Remnants of Table L4nen. bleached, un
bleached and colored, Wt to SS yards long
and Bit to 72 Inches wide, goods worth up
to $1.50 per yard, in 4 lots, at, 12 An
per yard, 58c, 3Dc, Xc and la
Friday's Furnishing Bargains.
Ladies' Corsets and Oirdles, with or with-
uui nope miuimriern an.iti-iiu. uu eir
worth double, Friday's price,
at 49c and
Lndles' Fancy Hose, many of
IJsle, worth regularly up to
ac, at, per pair, liwc ana -
CIlirJIREN'S RIBBEL HOSE. good, heavy
quality, worth up to 19c, Cp,
at. rjer pair. 10c and -'w
Children's Vests and Pants, fleece lined
worth double, Friday's price
per garment, 15c and
Money Saving Prices on Dried and Fresh
asssi si mm a
Choice California Prunes, per lb 5c
Fancy Santa Clara. Prunes, per lb 7VtC
Choice California Peache. per lb 10c
Fancy California Crawford Peache. '
Three Crown Muscatel Raisins, per lb.. 7V-c
Four Crown Muscatel Raisins, per lb.. 8MiC
Choice English eleanefl Currants, per"1b.7He
Fancy Grecian cleaned Currants, per lb.8Vo
Fancy Ring Evap. Apples, per lb lOo.
Fancy Moor Park Apricots, per lb 124o
Fancy Virginia Blackberries, per lb loo
Fancy California Seedless Raisins, per Ib.lOc
Fancy California Silver Prunes, per lb.. 10c
Fancy California Seeded fUislns, per
.packag ., -...1 7Vc.
OLV3AHA TO HAVE
A TRADE SCHOOL.
The Bchool will teach Plumbing, Heating and Venti
lating. The Omaha Trade School of Plumbing and Heating
vTill be open to pupils
APRIL 1st, 1906.
The course of instruction requires only six weeks.
Graduates can earn 60c per hour.
Skilled workmen are in demand all over the country,
and a knowledge of plumbing, heating and ventilating,
assures steady employment at high wages at all times.
FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL ON OR ADDRESS
The Omaha Trade School
701 SOUTH 16TH STREET, OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
K'tiinaiits of Toweling, good lengths, all
linen and union crashes, worth L,
up to 15c yard, at, a yd.. 8 He Wo . -
One lot of fancy Center Piece and Scarfs
In hemstitched and drawn work, all
goods sold .rgularly from 3SK- to 11.25. to
close In two lots, 2 3
at. a piece, 4'.ic and acW
One lot of Readv Made Towels, In Huck
and Damask, all' liii'Mi. large sliea, IxilU
pluln and frtngtd, sold up to
25c, to close at. a piece
Remnants of blenched Cambric,
length, goods worth 10c and
12Uc a yard, at, per yard
Remnants of India Linon, in
lengths, regulur Wo and Ulc
quality, at, per yard
Remnants of English lxmpr Cloth, In mill
lengths, good, heavy quality, 7ic
regular lie. grade, at. per yard
Remnants of While Walstings, In piques,
tripes, nainsook, etc., goods worth ec
up to 25o yard, at, per yard
V'nhleached Muslin from bolt, CMC
good quality, at, per yard, tigw
Remnants of t'nbleaohed Sliectina-, -4, 10-4
and 11-4, extra heavy: good length, 21C
worth 25c and yard. at. per yd. ..
REMNANTS OF HAMILTON PERCALES,
long mill lengths, good patterns, 7Ac
regular 12vc values, at, per yard w
Remnants of Madras, In both light and darH
unlnra. good patterns and lengths, 71c
regular 12c and 16c values, at. yd.. " w
Remnants of Irens Chambray and Olng
ham?, long mill lengths, worth 10c Jin
and 12' -c yard, at, per yarii "w
Remnants of Hamilton Prints, long mill
lengths, good colors, worth 1?C
6'y- yard, at, per yard ' w
Remnants of Shirting Prints. In fancy light
Htrlies and colors, good lengths, riC
at, per yard
Bundle Remnants of Ratlste and Swisses,
both llsht and dark colors, worth St
from bolt up to 15c yard, at, a yd...
Remnants of 6c and 4c all wool
Eiderdown, at, per yard
Remnants of 10e and 84c Outing Flannel
and Flnnnelette, 3AO
at. per yard f l ,
RemnHnts of Silk Embroidered a.nd plain
white wool Flannels, less than mill price-,
remnants of 16c 124C
and k '"'T
Best made light and dark Outing filfl
MEN'S HOSE. In black, tan and fancies,
worth 16c to 25c, at, per pair. 7 if
12'4c, l'Jc and..... S w
MEN'S ROCK FORD HOSE, very heavy
(liiality, worth USc pair. c
at, per pair
MEN'S I'NDKRWEAR, heavy fleece lined,
all sizes, great snap,
at, per garment
LADIES' VESTS AND PANTS, heavy
tieece lined, all sizes. In Mack or ORr
cream, &)c values, at, garment -V
OMAHA'S GREATEST FRESH FRUIT
We have just received another! car of
fancy Highland Navel Oranges. Every per
son who has eaten the Highland Navel
Oranges know there are none Just a good.
Tomorrow we will commence on this car
nd sell them 20 for 26c
Per doien ij
New Colorado Honey, per rack H40
Fresh Roasted Virginia Peanuts, per in.. n
California Figs, per pkg
Orape Fruit, each
Fancy French Dates, per lb ,
New Brasll Cocoanuts, each
Try th Want Ad
Columns af Tin hm
prji t a ctc DENTAL
!W V 1517 Douas St.
UEPUTT STATE VETEK!N ARIAN.
H. L RAMACCIOTTI, D. V.
We wiMi to aniiouncu that our Sto king Department U now complet
spring howlna all the new elyli from all the Dent manufacturers In
, , r In all stvlea of knit and colurs. Vhlte. In ail six s fnim 1ic tq
pair. All stvlea and tlse in Ladies' Hose.
Ladiea' Black Hoar, double ole. l(c a pair, for Sc.
Lames' HUi k liuae. wilh n lit side, 1.V a pair. 2 fur -3c.
ladies' Blurk Hoe, with whu foot. 1; a pair. 8 for iit.
Better ones at '-& a pair.
Wa keep Fay Btjet.in for Ladies and Children.
Stocking Ffctl. J pal" "r Sc. I" any Use, all black or aplit soles. Why
We do stamping to order. Ane.ua foi pictorUI Review l'atterns
VII mall ordeia juompily tilled for patterns. Please oenrt Jc for potuas
u all mull orders of Pictorial Rcvkw Patterns.
JOS- F. BILZ
322 South 16lh St. OMAIIA, NEBRASKA.
Uuai and baaajr K lie huii stt Ucd alna
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