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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1906)
TIIE OMAHA DAITA BEE: SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1J)0(T.
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During the Entire W eek
JJ e unhesitatingly say that our grand open
ing display this time will surpass any
previous effort and will be remembered as the
most complete and most elaborate showing of
women s apparel yet . exhibited in this city.
1 We are ready for Omaha $ discrimi?iating dressers ana
our entire third floor has beetr turned into a vast exposi
tion showing a lavish assortment the very choicest styles
Here yon can .see man-tailored garments
from the most celebrated designers in this conn
try. Yon will find here the very cleverest and the
most superb : revelations in tailor beauty to be
found' any where. lt '
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Woman never before had such free scope for choice. , '
Fashion has been generous with her latitude of style, and
here you will find everything in suits or wraps to bring
out the elegance of every figure. . . .
We request you to be present Monday.
EE the new Mutlin Uhderwtar
Department it i now on the
Third Jlo0r. It is a model deptrt
ment Everything in this new de
partment A been refurnished with
new fixtures. It's a credit to Omaha
and to the women. The new assort-
ments are ready for your inspection.
It is a showing of lingerie and mus
lin underwear beauty that will ap
peal to women who love refined ele
gance. TheKmost interesting feature
is the moderate and modest prices
they are marked.
C?EE the new Corset Department'
We have just 0pened a new corset
department on the Third floor. A
skilled corsetier, Miss Dana who for
many years has been identified with
the best corset department in this city,
is in charge. She has made a close
and careful study of the individual
requirements of differ est figures and
from our immense stock of the
very best cersets that are made
will be enabled to fit perfectly
the figures of every proportion.
CENTEMEIlir is the name
of the most popular line of
Kid Qleves made. - We are
sole Omaha agents of this cele
brated glove. They. are etyfish.
durable and best of all are
sold by us at m popular
price.' We have all lengths,
all shades.' Expert fitters
are in charge of this dept.
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MISS HOOD STILL LEADS
Same Teun Which Beat Last Week Bow
First in T. W. 0. A. Campaign.
OVER THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND IN ALL
Women Am Wrkl liar Ml H
crltlnir Much EeoreBt
la Taelr K.ort for Mar
" far Ww Home.
The report of the work of tbe Youn
Wonten'i Chrlsiif n association's lw i-in
during the latt week ia pull'i!i4 iaun
As la last week's account, ItMi.te
IIuoU stands first, with Miss ;Mltt UWx't
second. While all tennis slier a in
crease over last week, there has reon little
chance, the only teams changing places
bring those of Miss Ady and Mrs. Perkins.
The work done by these teams Is mar
velous. Tha amount originally pledged was
UO.OuO, and at the end of two weeks they
have over t,K0 to their credit. Ail the
young women, though employed themselves
during the day, spend every spare minute
la sutu-ltlng among tbelr friends, both over
the telephone and by personaj solicitation,
Dr. Humphreys' Seventy
seven breaks up Colds and
At PmctfUts. IS cents or mailed.
iH.cmr's Hook mailed free.
Humphreys' lluii.wo. UeMiiie Co., CVf
YVi U"iu au-i Joiin buvels. New Yoik.
and also by writing letters, many subscrip
tions being received from friends In far
distant cities. The solicitors have adopted
many novel and original plana to raise
very dollar possible.
Total foe the Week.
Tbe total amount raised during: the two
weeks is S&.U&ft), and there are many
promises of large pledges to be sent In
this week. The women are all confident
that the 1126,000 will be raised la the re
quired time, and every one connected
with the campaign. Is very enthu
siastic. - Miss Mary 8, Dunn of
Chicago, city secretary for the American
committee, and bee economic assistant,
Miss Rullson, arrived Saturday morning-.
to remain uutii the close of the campaign,
assisting in tho work. Miss Dunu's work
consists of assisting in building campaigns,
building cottage boarding homes, travelers'
aid work, noon rest, the large increase In
membership, good bookkeeping in tbe
soclutlons, and many other brunches. Miss
Dunn has Just come from Indianapolis and
Dea Moines, where she organised business
men's committees to raise tbe funds for
Toung Women's Chrlstiaa association
buildings. In the former city a $loo,00i)
building is to be erected, and in the latter
a committee "of fifty men pledged them
selves to raise (TS.OuO for the women. This
plan Is to be tried also in Terre Haute,
lnd.:. Atlanta, Oa.; Toledo and Akron. O
Pittsburg and many other cities. In
nmah the women have shouldered the
Teat for the Wemea.
Durina- Orchard it Wilhelm's sale Satur
day tha women again served tea to all
visitors. Misses Moorehead, Evans and
McConnell being In charge.
Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock Mrs,
Marr Albert, a missionary from West
Africa, who Is the guest of Mrs. W. P.
Harford. wiU speak on "Girl Life In West
Africa" at the gospel meeting In tbe asso
ciation rooms. Ail women are Invited to
At a meeting of tha building and finance
committees Saturday afternoon several
propositions of local business firms were
considered and the following were accepUd
Balduft will gtva to the building fund one
half tne proceeds of Lis soda fountain the
trrk of April 8 to 14. The Reynolds He
fngeialor tympany will give 10 per cent
of its sales for one week, the date to be
announced later, also one fine refrigerator
to be sold, the proceeds to go to the build
ing fund. The National Fire Insurance
company will give 20 per cent of the broker
age on all pew policies during April.
Tbe Kansas City Ufa Insurance- company
will give a6 per cent of all first-year pre
miums on Douglas county policies during
The Norrls Shoe company will give 10
per cent of Its sales for the first week of
The Sixteenth Street Dye house, 414 North
Sixteenth street, will give 10 per cent of Its
proceeds for April 1 to 10.
The women of the First Presbyterian
church will give a luncheon in the parlors
of the church Friday, April 18, the proceeds
to go to the building fund.
Colors and Captains.
Dark blue, MIsj Ilallle Hood...
Hed. Miss Edith Baker
Pink. Miss Bessie Chambers
Orange, Miss ttusan I'axson
Violet, Miss Clara Ady
Tellow, Mrs. C. E. Perkins
Rron, Miss Ora Johnson
I.lKht blue, Miss Nellie Crandall
Lavender. Mrs. May H. Finley.
Green, Miss Mary Larson
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Entries to Date.
Dnra Amt. Total.
Bmall sums 1.26.0o
Teams .... v.uis.w)
If disfigured by pimples, ulcers, gores,
Bocklen's Arnica Salve will heal you lip
without a scar. 16 cents. Guaranteed.
For sale by Sherman te McConnell Drug
Isssrsscs Mayor Moorem,
The late Mayor Frank E.' Mnores was a
member of Alpha camp fio 1, Woodmen of
I ha World: sincA io2. Proofs of Mr.
M. lores' death were (Hed wlih the secre
tary of the camp at 11 Friday morning
aud at t ea Uie same afternoon the draft
for l.wO was iid 10 bis widow and the
receipt filed wild the Secretary ai Alalia
QUARTET OF SAFE BLOWERS
Four Prisoners at Columtyu Identified by
Dempeey, as Notorious Criminals.
ALL HAVE POLICE RECORDS ' IN OMAHA
Suspected of Breaklna; Safe at
Kimball Laoadry la This
City Oia Mlgrht lome
Sergeant of PoM.-e Dempefy has returned
from Colum'jtw, wtu-re lie Identified four
prisoners telnt fci li In the Platte county
Jail on the charge of safe blowing at
Munroe. The prison' re have been'convlcted
of the crime and are now awaiting sen
tence. Thvy have Omaha records.
The quartet gave, their names us. Sweet,
Nelson, Porter and Jones at Columbus, but
were known here as Hart, Myers, Burus
and Hawklnson. There Is little doubt In
the minds of the Omaha police that the
men committed the Kimball laundry safe
blowing Job two months ago, Although no
positive evidence is at hand.
February 10, Hart, Myers and Burns were
arraigned In the Omaha police court atd
given small fines for a petty offense. Halt
klnson has the longest local record of the
four. He was arrested in Omaha on Febru
ary 2D, 1892, by Sergeant Dempsey and De
tective Savage for grund larceny, but was
aoquitted two months later. He broke Jail
twice at Carroll, la., served sentences In
Iowa and Kansas and has a long criminal
The arrests and convictions of these four
men are considered an occasion of no small
Importance In local police circles.
BISHOP VINCENT IN OMAHA
Aataer of Ckataaoaa Movemeat Will
Speak Twice la the Cl'.y
Bishop John H. Vincent of Indianapolis,
author of the Chautauqua movement, will
epeak twice In Omaha Sunday. In the
morales he will preach at Trinity Methu-
dlst church and In the evening will speik
at a mass meeting at First Met hod. et.
This mass meeting is held as a preliminary
to the coming missionary conference and
will be addressed by F. B. Oamewell and
others, as well as Bishop Vincent.
RAPID R1SE0F SURVEYOR
From Axemaa to First Assistant Chief
Engineer of la Ion Parleje, Is
H. T. Cappy's Coarse.
R. T. Cuppy has been appointed prin
cipal (isslstant engineer of the Union Pa
cific, with headquarters in Omaha, where
he will especially look after the main
tenauce and ways department under the
direction of Acting Qiief Engineer Hunt
Icy. Mr. Cuppy comes from the Southern
Pacific ut San Francisco, where, he has
been asslataitt engineer. He began his rail
road work with the Sunta. Fo in California
when the road was known as -the San
Francisco and San Joaquin Valley road,
serving first as axeman with a surveyor's
outtit. Serving the Santa 'e for two
years Mr. 'Cuppy went with the Southern
Pacific, working his way up through the
maintenance and ways department until
he became chief draftsman and finally as
REVENUE RECEIPTS BIGGER
Internal Collections Far Rsreed
Those fur March of the
The internal revenue receipts for trie
Nebraska Internal revenue district for the
month of March, 130s, amounted to $211,
710.53, as against I177.001.lt for the month
of March, 1S"6. being an Increase over WM
month of 15,7uMl.
There is no special reason for the In
creased receipts for the current year other
t! an the natural Increase of business and
general prosperity. However, the Increase
la moat noticeable In tbe large receipts tu
tha revenue tax on spirt ta,'
i Freastcd with rear
are many who develop lung trouble. Dr.
King's New Discovery will cure them.
Guaranteed. Sue and $100. For sale b.r
Sherman A McConnell Drug Co.
LOST TO HYMEN, GIRL SUES
Nebraska Oitj Maiden Asks Ten Thousand
i Dollars for Destruction of Hair.
E RINGS ACTION AGAINST EMPLOYER
With "tilery of Womanhood" Uoae,
She says Her Hopes of Mar
rlaae Have Completely
Olive Holbrook, the young woman" of Ne
braska City, who met with a frightful
accident Christmas day of 1601 while em
ployed In a bakery at Nebraska City,
whereby her hair was caught In a rapidly
revolving shaft and her scalp completely
torn from her head, has brought suit In
the United States circuit court for HO.OoO
damages agairst her former employer,
William I.lebold, the owner of the bukcry.
Miss Holbrook was at the time 16 years
of age. She was sent to St. Joseph's hos
pital in Omaha by I.'leboid for treatment.
Over 600 pieces of human cuticle wero
taken from li!r own body and the bodies
of friends In order that new scalp might
be grafted, lieboM paying for the opera
tion. The skin grafting process met with
Indifferent success and Miss Holbrook
states In her petition Just filed that her
chances for ever becoming married are
ruined by her disfigurement, and hence she
wishes to be compensated In the sum o(
$10,000, with costs of suit.
least ninety days, ' ar.l business will be
slack with summer coming on, so that if
half the mines are working prices can go
no higher. If President Mitchell's guess is
correct, I think tbe recent advances In
coal will be lost very' soon.' "
MITCHELL'S PLAN WILL DO
Prepoaltlea to Operators Will, If As.
' ereted. Relieve Coal Sitaatloa,
ays Local Jobher.
"If half the mine operators will sign ojn
tracts to pay for two years on the sjale
of 1903, as President Mitchell anticipate,"
said J. N. Marsh, a Jobber of coal, "the
coal situation will be relieved and there will
be no danger of high prices. ost of the
big Industries of the country-and the rail'
roads have enough coal U) Ust tnera at
MAIL CLERK GOES TO FARM
A. H. Poller, Yeteraa Past Trala Maa,
Reslaras and H. F. Iksaret
H. F. Shearer, formerly chief clerk of
the Omaha division of railway mall ser- .
vice, bas be a transferred to the Omaha
aud Ogden tun on the Union Pacific, be.
tween Omaha and Cheyenne, vice A. II.
Fuller, resigned. Mr. Fuller Is a' class-six
man, and has been on the fast mall run
for, nineteen years. He was regarded as
one of the best men In the railway mall
service of the Sixth division. Mr. Fuller
Is quilting the service on account of tils
falling eyesight and will engage In farm
ing and stock raising near Dustln, Holt
The new arrangement went in effect
Saturday. Mr. Shearer In his new position
assumes charge of the postal railway
crews of tho fast mall. '
tiave enough coal bi
AssHewthe Hsblt Ms? He
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