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GREEN TRADING STAMPS WHETHER TO 'J BUT FOR CASH OR CREDIT
WITH IS FOR A NEW
TOP COAT OR CRAVEN ETTE
To open a new account with us all you have to do is
to come in our store, pick out the garment you want
pay a little down, and balance at the rate of
ONE DOLLAR A WEEK
While Wearing the Garment.
We make credit arrangements far more liberal than any credit
AS store in Omaha, give our customers greater freedom m making
their payments, excuse them from making payments when it is
inconvenient and help them every possible way. Wage earners
and salaried employes find our improved and generous credit plan
the solution of the perplexing problem of clothing themselves in newest, up-to-date styles
on a small income and be protected against misfortune such as illness and loss of position.
SUITS AND TOP COATS
$5-7i-s1 0-1 25J s25
A OR I AT LINK OP
CRAVEIIETTES, HATS, SHOES,
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
AT LOWEST POSSIBLI PRICES
Chin's arrived Chip of the Flying O. A
typical cowboy , a natural artist snd mastar
ful lover, thai' Chip. Stroag in character
drawing, tha author hai worm aa uousasily floa
loTa rami dc around a wm bit of Montana and
peopled it with folk worth knowing. A delightfully in
terratiog book.deliclously and dryly humorous. A novel
yon will never regret buying. Ask your bookacller for
CHIP, o! the Flying U
By B. If. BOWCK
a W. BIUJrTTlSAM COPaMUhan, FWw Yark
.When traveling to Chicago and the East use.
the line which will afford you the most com
fortable journey. The triple daily service be
tween Omaha and Chicago, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee &. St.
gives the traveling public the choice of three
most comfortable trains between these two
All trains are fully protected by a perfect
system of block signals.
Trains leave the Union Station, Omaha, 7.55
a. m., 5.45 p. in. and 8.35 p. m. Arrive Union
Station, Chicago, 9.30 p. m-, 8.35 a. m. and
9.25 a. m.
F. A. NASH,
General Western Agent.
1524 Funam Street,
One fare for the round trip to Los Angeles or San
Francisco. $50.00 from Omaha.
Tickets will be on sale
April 25 to May 5, inclusive.
Final limit July 31, 1906.
Choice of routes stop-overs both going and return
ing. Via New Mexico Southern Route, lowest alti
tudes; via Colorado Scenic Route, Nature's wonders
Slight additional cost via Portland in one direction.
Ijiy your plana for a California trip with tha Shrlnera. Our
illustrated "Golden State" book and "Across the Continent"
folder will be of interest.
F. P. RUTHEREORD, D. P. A.
1323 Farnam Street Omaha, Nebr.
ORDERS FOR PAVING WORK
City la Amloni for Contractors to
Finish the Work Bargained
For Months Ago.
Orders have been Issued to the paving
and curbing- contractors having city Jobs
left over from last year to get busy at
once and finish up. Thirteen paving con
tracts went over. Five belong to the Bar
ter company, five to C. E. Fanning and
three to Hugh Murphy. Four curbing con
tracts unfinished are In the hands of the
Commercial Land company and five belong
to E. D. Van Court. The curbers were in
structed to proceed at once and the paving
concerns as rapidly as possible after the
curbing Is In position.
The paving contracts Included in the
orders are: Intersection at Eighteenth and
Lake streets. Jackson from Ninth to Tenth,
California from Twenty-sixth to Central
boulevard, Miami from Twenty-second to
Twenty-fourth, Eighteenth from Spencer
to Emmet, Dewey avenue from Twenty
eighth to Twenty-ninth, Davenport from
Fortieth to Forty-third, Davenport from
Central boulevard to Thirty-first, Twenty
seventh from Farnam to Dodge, Thirtieth
from Leavenworth to Jackson, California
from Twenty-third to Twenty-sixth, Nine
teenth, from Leavenworth to St. Mary's
avenue. Tenth from Caatellar to Lincoln
The Barber company has been ordered
to repair pavements under guarantee con
tracts that require it.
FIRST TRADE EXCURSION
Initial Tour for Commercial Interests This
Season Starts Maj 24.
TRAIN WILL INVADE KANSAS TIRRIT0RY
Three Days Will lie Devoted to
This Journey, Which le to
Be an Elaborate
Arrangements for the first trade excur
sion of the Commercial club this summer
have been completed by the trade ex
tension committee and the schedule of the
trip has been announced. Two days of the
excursion will be the Kansas territory of
the Rock Inland road, a section which has
been neglected to a certain extent by the
Omaha Jobbers, and It Is expected a large
number of them will make the trip In an
effort to line up new business. Accommo
dations will be better this time than for
any trip of last year, for the club will
stock its own dining car, and Steward
Pryor will be present to see that plenty
of everything Is served in the best way.
This year the Jobbers will be signed for
the excursions of the whole season before
the first trip Is undertaken. Jt will lessen
the labors of the trade extension commit
tee and give It assurance that the last
trip, which the Jobbers are inclined to
slight, will be as successful as the others.
The excursion special will leave Omaha
at 7 o'clock on the morning of Thursday,
May 24, and will arrive on the return at
about 10 o'clock Saturday night. The first
day the run will be made from Omaha
to Manhattan, Kan., and that night the
train will go to Goodland, In the western
part of Kansas, ready to sturt early in
the morning on the second day's run,
which will be from Goodland to rhllllps
burg. The third day the trip from Vhil
lipsbiirg to Omaha will be made.
Following Is the schedule:
FIRST DAY THI" RS DAY.
Leave Omaha 7 a. m. Arrive. Leave.
Richneld 7:4oa.m. 7Ya.m.
Clay Center ..
9 :I!7 a.m.
10 :?.." a.m.
1 -: :io p.m.
"J: jX p.m.
7 0G p.m.
SECOND DAY' FRIDAY
Goodland 8:00 a.m.
Kdson 9:15 a.m.
Hrewster 9:35 a.m.
Colby ions a.m.
Gem ln:fii a.m.
Kexford 11:20 a.m.
.Selden 11:57 a.m.
I ireeden Vi :M p.m.
Jennings 12 M p.m.
Dellvule 1 :.il p.m.
Norton 2:10 p.m.
Calvert 4:11 p.m.
Almenu, 4:22 p.m.
Prairie View 6:05 p.m.
Stuttgart 5:31 p.m.
Fhilllpsburg 5:5- p.m.
S:M a. m
10. 15 a.m.
11 :ou a.m.
11 :L'5 a.m.
11 :45 a. tn.
11 :oO p.m.
12 :45 p.m.
1 15 p.m.
1 :3'.i p.m.
1 :'" p.m.
4 :55 p.m.
6400-CORBET COVER AND PETTITCOAT
In this day of perfectly fitted garments.
I the particular woman appreciates economy
In bands and belts. Here is shown a petti,
coat and corset cover Joined in one, both
attractive in design and perfectly fitted.
The corset cover is cut with square neck
and a very narrow band over the shoulder.
Groups of tucks intercepted by bands of
insertion provide an easy fullness over the
bust, while the tucks continue the entire
length In back. The girdle Joining the
garments is shaped to the figure and closes
in front. The petticoat may be daintily
trimmed with lace to match the corsei
cover. A fine quality of nainsook or long
cloth will give best service, while lawn or
muslin may prove very pretty. In the
medium size 4S yards of 30-Inch material
are needed. 6409 vises, C to 46 inches
For the accommodation of readers of The
Bee these patterns, which usually retail at
from SS to (0 cents each, will be furnished
at tha nominal price of 10 cents. A supply
Is now kept at our office, so those who
wish any pattern can get It either by call
ing or enclosing 10 cents, addressed "Pat
tern uepartment. Omaha Bee, Omaha. Mao.
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SIMOON AND OTHER THINGS
Variegated Program to be Rendered
by the Sbriners at Their
The coming ceremonial session of Tangier
Temple of the Ancient Order of Nobles
of the Mystic Shrine of the Oasis of
Omaha promises to be one of the biggest
things of its kind ever held In this oasis.
The date of the affair is April 19.
The gathering will convene at Masonic
temple at 9:30 a. m , April 19. and I p. in.
the ceremonial session will begin doing
things at the Coliseum. Twentieth ami
Rurdette streets. The 301 candidates Co
be taken through the intricacies of tho
simoon will be arranged for the sacrifice
at precisely 2:16. At 3 p. m. Past Imperial
Potentate Akin will deliver a touching lec
ture on "Women's Clubs, How Wielded
and When." with appropriate music. At
11:40 tea and light luncheon will be served.
A symposium of round fable conferences
will be held, beginning at precisely 3:45,
led by Elder Hippie, on the subject of
bacteria. This conference will bo elabor
ated under three heads first, the origin
of bacteria; second, their progress and
ultimate good; third, shall they be
drownedT (with clinical demonstration. At
4 p. m. a presentation of flowers to the
137th and a volume of Urownlng'a poems
to the 199th novice will take place. At 4:20
will come "Our Motto," by the class leader
The great event of the afternoon will
begin at 4:27 p. ni. and will last until 6:10.
It is to be a lecture by Prof. Q. Anderson
on the Intensely thrilling and dramatic
theme of "Protoplasm In Its Cosmogenic
Aspect," with stereoptlcon views. The
audience Is strictly admonished to refrain
from interrupting the speaker by applause.
At 6:11 the closing exercises will be
solemnly carried out and the Arab patrol
will sing "Blest Re the Tie that Rinds."
At 6:30 a reception and entertainment
will be given for the nobles and their
ladies at the Auditorium. This will be
followed by a candy pull and charades and
a spelling bee. The refreshments will
consist of popcorn and two kinds of cider.
N. B Babies will be checked at the
MILWAUKEE IN NORTHWEST
Barked by Rockefeller It Is HulMlna
Menr I.laea that Disturb
The Milwaukee road Is doing consider
able building Just at present and Is
causing the other transcontinental lines
to take notice. The work Is being
done wet from Evarts. east and west
fiom Miles City, Mont., and east from
Seattle and several other places which will
be connected together tc make the through
line to the coast. The Montana road will
be used east from Lombard to Lewlston.
This road will run practically between
the Great Northern and the Northern Pa
cific through Montana and will be an Im
portant factor in the business of that sec
tion of the country. It will pass tliroiiKh
rich cattle lands and through Butte, which
has such an Immense tonnage of minerals.
Omaha Jobbers are figuring where they
will be in connection with the new line,
and several probable routes have been fig
ured out whereby the Milwaukee could
aslly run from aoma Soulb Dakota point
THE MOST OBLIGING Credit Store in Nebraska
We appreciate the trade given us by a customer and WE SHOW IT. We treat him
generously oblige him at every turn meet him more than half way in everything.
A crrtllt account her rarrlr-" with It prlvllrfroa
and advantages jriven ly no other concern on
earth. Our la an entirely new plan the out
jrrowth of linlf century' exerience, deeper
trust In tho people and n frrenlor dclro to help.
It is the most I literal and the most helpful credit
plan ever dPTlscd. It provide for
emergencies) arnnts favor favor
that no other credit homo furnishing
store In OmsJm would frrnnt. Ve want
yonr trade and If It' given to ti nil
the power of this great Institution
will be exercised In our determina
tion to give you service
far better than was ever
ulven you by any other
home furnishing house
before we enme to
The Celebrated Ranney lfc-frlKcrator Most economical and best
constructed Refrigerator ni ade. Made entirely of hard wood, sine
Interior and best quality and most durable Unions; Im
provements to rw found on no other make. Largest and
most complete line selling in Omaha. Special, like cut In
4 sizes, up from, only M
Gasoline. Btove ( See cut.)
Two-burner slle like cut cele
brated Reliable make; full cabi
net frame: easy and
economical to operate
Sold elsewhere at $3,
at Hartman's, only
jlo-("art Special Complete with
ruffled parasol as shown above.
Made of the best grade rattan, close
ly woven. Has new patent reclining
back, easily transformed Into a
uleeper cart. Has large rubber tires.
extra strong folding
pears and improved
rtpccial loc ouu isrusseis huk
No miter seams. We have Just re
ceived 600 Brussels Rugs, size 9 ft. x
10 ft. 6 in., closed out to us by one
of the biggest rug mills of tho east
and which rugs we are going to sell
at a most sensational price this
week. They are new designs of the
most exquisite shades
and blended colorings.
Closely woven, wonder
thing We Sell
III I i isa rtr mMr s-rw wrsrm W
Great Morrin Chair Special (like
cut). The frame Is of splendid pro-
fiortlons and made of solid oak. with
ilgh polish finish; has heavy carved
bend on arms and carved claw feet.
Fitted witn pulent reclining back.
Cushions are suhKtan
tlally upholstered and
covered with heavy vel
Iron Bed Exactly like cut, in
any desirable sise or color, heavy
tnl'ilnir. stronelv constructed, three
coats baked on enamel.
A bargain special to be
hsd only at Hartman's.
Solid Oak Iluffet This buffet
is elegantly carved, has broad
Krench bevel mirror. heavy
French legs with claw feet, and
has hand-polish finish. It Is ex
pertly made tnrougn
out and fitted with
leaded glass doors.
Special price, at
$2 a Month
$4 a no nth
200 f oWlng Go-Carts, rubber
tires, perforated seat and
backs, sold elsewhere ff
at $2.75, at Hart- I H!J
m a n 'a . . B 0
Steel llange Exactly like cut shown,
complete with high warming closet,
fully guaranteed for five years, large
square oven and fire box, six holes
sectional top. elegantly trimmed In
nickel. The largest Range
selling in Omaha for less
than W; Hartman's price,
on easy terms
22 ORB AT STORES THROUGHOUT THE U. 5.
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1414-16-18 DOUGLAS STREET
$8 a rionth
to Omaha. Ko doubt seems to exist but
the Milwaukee has sufficient backing
to build the line contemplated and that It
will be pushed with the greatest speea. n
Is conceded that the Rockefeller Interests
are back of the Milwaukee and the fight
which was started at Seattle to keep the
Milwaukee from gaining a foothold will
undoubtedly be continued all along the
route where tnat road comes lit friction
with the Hill Interests.
CODY H0BN0BS WITH KING
Nebraska's Buffalo Bill Draws Dia
monds and Applaase from
Italy's Regal Head.
Colonel W. F. Cody, "Buffalo Bill."
writes to Landlord H. B. Petera of the
Merchants hotel from Rome to this
ROME. Italy, March 21 The old show
is getting through this year in great shape.
I will have to go to smoking clgaretieu.
The king. Victor Kmmanucl, presented me
with a gold cigarette case aludded with
3110 small dlnmonds. Give my regards to
all. W. F. CODY.
Colonel Cody sends a clipping from the
Knrllsh paper published at Rome, which
Royalty at the Wild West Puffalo Bill's
Wild Veit bhow whs honored by a visit
on Hunday at Home from the king and
queen 01 Jiaiy, i. onie ui j urino aim
Contessa Guiei iardlnl and the members of
the court. After witnessing the spectacle
King Victor Kinmanuel commanded a pi i
vate performance for the following dny.
l'uoitually at b o'clock their majesties
arrived, accompanied by their children and
suite. The royal audience heartily ap
plauded the performance and Colonel Cody
reeeived the personal congratulations of
CONTRACTORS WANT TIME
Builders for M. K. Smith A Co. Ask
yrn More Itays to Prepare
Contractors who will bid for the erection
of M. E. Smith & Cos. warehouse on
Ninth street from Farnam to Douglas have
found themselvea unable to complete their
estimates by April 18, and hava asked for
more time. Accordingly, the time has been
extended to April 19. A contractor who Is
figuring on the work said the building
would cost $7X.Ono, and he would not be
sui prised If it ran over that amount. The
excavation alone. Involving the handling
of 27.ii cubic yards of earth, will cost In
the neighborhood of 10.0O.
Plans and speilhcatlona for the Wise
Memorial hospital will ba In the hands of
the contractors Monday, and bids will be
returned April 2a. This building Will cost
POLICEMAN HAS CLOSE CALL
Patrolman MoDonald Loses Euntinc; Outfit,
but Saves His Own Life.
IS ABLE TO DRAG HIMSELF TO CITY JAIL
Strong Current of Big Mnddy f'apsises
Boat of Omaha Hunter, Who
Slakes llerolo Swim to
Patrolman Jim McDonald had a narrow
escape from death Friday morning. As
it happened he lost his boat, gun, dog and
fifty decoye at Chlld'a Point on the Mis
souri river, where he was stranded on
the Iowa aide like Robinson Crusoe's man
Friday. Dripping with moisture from tho
Big Muddy McDonald walked to the
Douglas street bridge, which he crossed
and then walked into the police station,
where the police surgeon administered hot
stimulants and brought the benighted po
liceman around to a state of lucidity and
warmth. Then McDonald told his com
rades all about It.
Karly Friday morning McDonald Bet out
fifty decoys on a bur near Child's Point
and started In to slaughter the ducks
which came his way. He wounded a duck
and started after the fowl In a boat with
his dog. The Btream was rising rapidly
and McDonald's boat capsized.
McDonald made the swim of his life In
getting to shore. He lost his gun and
boat and the dog was carried down
stream. By the time he reached shore
the bar on which he placed his decoys
had been swept away and the decoys wen
down to Plattsmouth in a bunch.
The patrolman was taken to his home
In the police ambulance.
police Captain Mostyn atated Friday
morning that hunters are Invariably at
tracted to the oppuslte shore when they
go hunting. Ho Ilgured it out that even
to hunters distance lends enchantment to
The Plattsmouth police were teleploned
to stop McDonald's boat, dog And decoys
and ship them bark to Omaha.
Stwi Front the Front.
PLATTSMOUTH. April 13. (Special
Telegram.) A flotilla of decoya was
stopped here Frloa afternoon by the
LA PLATTE, April It (Special Telo
grara.) Hunters at this plate caught an
empty boat floating down tha river. An
empty pop bottle bearing the name of
an Omaha firm blown In the glass leads
the authorities to believe tha boat came
from Omaha. The craft is being held
McDonald'a dog returned home at t
o'clock Friday afternoon.
WRAPPED UPJN A BLANKET
Man Who I.osea Mind Over Bellalnn
Paradea Mreete of South
While parading the streets ef South
Omaha with a blanket wrapped around
him over his clothing. Henry Howard
waa arrested by the police Friday morn
lag and later taken to the county Jail by
Sheriff McDonald. Howard is insane on
the subject of religion and imagines ho
is trustee of a church which now has
S60 members and which Is to receive 101
more in the near future. He talks of
nothing else but religion. He is evidently
well educated and showed no disposition
to injure anyone. His case will be sub
mitted to tha Insanity commission.
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