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nm OMATlA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTENrBETl 9, 1900.
NUDE ART OFF BILL BOARDS
Cnch U fader of Cbitf Doaahot at Beqnert
of tbo Major.
W. C. Tu. BACK OF THE MOVEMENT
JLeal Action I bat Part at a
Laracr fraud InttfUi
Over the Varleaa
Statee.
A cruMuta against in nude In art on ths
public billboard! of the city 1 being waged.
The lint step Was taken Saturday morning,
when Chief of Police Donahue, at tlie re
quest of the mayor and on the Initiation
of the Omaha Woman's Christian Temper
ance union, ordered the bill-posting
company which posted the signs to
remove them forthwith. The communica
tion from the women was sent to the may
or's office nearly two weeks ago, but owing
to the absence of the mayor the matter
was deferred until Saturday morning. Not
only will the signs in Question be removed
Instanter, but orders will be Issued to pre
vent the posting of any more advertise
ments which contain suggestions of the
female form divine without raiment
The letter from the women to the mayor
referred to resolutions passed at a recent
meeting and contained the Information that
the women dctplored the Indecent adver
tisements as pictured on the bill boards of
a nude woman.
Similar signs were ordered removed from
bill boards at Lincoln two week ago.
The advertisements in question have been
pronounced by critics as works of art and
In strict conformity with the rules of the
nude in art, but many have taken the
stand "of Anthony Comstock of New York,
who took no exceptions to the nude In art
when displayed in the proper atmosphere,
but held that the public bill board Is no
place for such exhibitions.
This movement In Omaha is but a part
of a larger enovement the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance union is waging.
PALMER SPEAKS AT ST. LOUIS
Omaha's Postmaster Are-opt !!
ties t ACtress Metl la Oete
hor as Employes Pa r.
Postmaster palmer, who baa made a
flaht for better pay for the postortles
clerks than is now being given them and
for salsries commensurate with the re
sponsibility and importance of their re
spective abilities, has been Invited to do.
liver an addresa on this subject before
the national convention of first class post
masters, to be held at St. Louis, October
3, 4 and S. Captain Palmer has accepted
the invitation. His agitation of the mas
ter of better pay for the poetoffiee clerks
appearing In former Issues of The Be
has attracted the attention of the civil
service bureau, and Captain Palmer has
been asked to give his" views In a fuller
degree for the Information of the civil
service commission..
CONTRACT FOR ROME HOTEL
Handred Thousand Dollars Exelaslve
of Extras la Prloe Hot
Fire-Proof
The contract for the erection of the Rom
hotel at Sixteenth and Jackson streets, ha
been let to the Capital City Brick and Pipe
company, and the structure Is to be begun
within a week and completed by June 1 of
190T. It Is to cost 1100,000. This figure Is ex
clusive of heating, plumbing, wiring and
elevators . The driving of piles Is now far
enough advanced that work on the founda
tion will be begun Friday or Saturday.
A certain city official Is authority for the
statement the hotel Is not to be fire-proof.
I The Wise Man Does it Today!
What About You? ,
ARK VOIT READY VOH WINTER? Is yonr BASK HIRNER, FUR
NACE, 8TEAM or rtoT WATER PLANT ready for use? Order today
while our stock of repair la complete.
Just how long w can continue to send our Inspector Free Is a
question. Tou had better attend to your wants today. A most careful
report will be made to you. Our booking of orders will .keep us busy
until about Oct. 1st, and then comes the clamoring for work. My wife,
my baby, my mother, my grandmother, etc., ad-lnfinltum, are sick. Be
a wise one. Do It today. It cost less and 1 more satisfactory.
The wise man bulldeth his house upon a rock and putteth in
an Excelsior Furnace. You cannot afford to build a house and not in
quire Into the merits of our Excelsior Air Blast Furnace. It means
economy and comfort. Any furnace man in Omaha can put it in for you.
They don't all recommend it because they hare a cheaper furnace that
gives them a greater profit. See the point x
I Omaha Stove Repair Works j
R. llUljr, Pre,
Hugo Schmidt, V-Pres. ,
12OO-1208 DOUGLAS ST.
Geo. A. Wilcox, Treas.
C. M. Eaton, Scc'jr.
TEL. DOUG. 960.
Sterling Silver Frenser. tttn and Dodge,
Very Low Rates to the West.
, The Chicago Great Western railway will
sell tickets to points ,ln Alberta, British
Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and
Washington at about one-half of the usual
fare. Tickets on sale daily August 27 to
October 81, Inclusive. Oet full Information
from H. H. Churchill, general agent, 1511
Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
ALL IS PEACE, SAYS FLEHARTY
Democrats aad Pope Decide to Kiss
and Make t'o aad Fall
Together.
City Attorney Fleharty of South Omaha
has returend from a meeting of the demo
. cratlc state committee at Lincoln and
brings with hJm the assurance the demo
crats are alive and thriving and Intend to
bustle for votes this fall. The commute
meeting, be said, was the largeat In point
of attendance held in years, and much
enthusiasm was manifested. Plans of the
campaign were discussed and reports re
ceived from various portions of the stato
through the members of the committee.
The dissatisfaction expressed by the popu
lists Immediately after the nomination of
Shallenberger tor governor, he said, was
not In evidence at the committee meeting as
many of the populists were present and
took part In the planning of the campaign.
"George W. Berge, he said. Intended to
go up into Platte county right away and
open up for the entire democratic! ticket,
and he with others would tour the entire
state. The democrats, he said, not only in
tended to elect the state ticket, but the
legislature as well."
EIGHT O'CLOCK IS TOO EARLY
Change la High School Hoars Hot
Satisfactory to Mass of
Fatroas.
"I see that the Board of Education has
decided to submit to a referendum vote the
question of changing tha hours at tho high
school," said a father whose three children
are now students at the Institution. "Sol
long as the matter has to bo considered at
all, I am glad the board has determined to
consult the parents. My own notion is that
the proposed time for beginning the ses
sions Is too early. If the high school day
were longer It might not be unwise to start
at t o'clock In the morning, but under the
circumstances It means that a great many
people will be Inconvenienced In order to
get the children off to school In time to
reach there by 8, while the early dismissal
of school will not bring with It any adran
tags. It would simply mean an hour of
Idleness In the afternoon at the cost of an
unusual hustle In the morning."
. . Very Low Hates Taesday.
Every Tuesday, balance of the year, th
Chicago Great Western railroad will sell
nomeseekers' tickets to Minnesota, .North
Dakota and Canadian northwest at about
bait rate; to other territory, first i and third
Tuesdays. Write H. H. Churchill, Q. A,
1612 Farnam street. State number In party
and when going.
fia.DO to at. Paal mi Mlaaeapolls
and Hetara
From Omaha, via Chicago Great Western
Railway. Tickets on sale dally after May
at to September 10 Final rteura limit,
October SL Equally low rates to other
points In Minnesota, North Dakota, Wis
consin and lower Michigan. For further In
formation apply to H. H. Churchill, general
agent, 1513 Farnam street, Omaha.
Men's, boys', children's clothing, hats.
ladlea' suits, skirts, millinery, etc., cash or
credit, peoples store, istn ana jrsrnam.
" Mangum at Co., LETTER SPECIALISTS,
DIAMONDS Ed holm, 16th and Harney.
DIAMONDS jrrenxer. lith and Dodge sta
Make a Saccess of Yoar Taleara.
The opportunity of your life Is awaiting
you In the new towns on the Chicago Great
Western railway. Openings In nearly all
lines of business. Write today to E. B.
Maglll, Mgr. Townslte Department, Omaha,
for full Information and copy of "Town
Talk."
Blrtha ana Deaths.
The following births and deaths were re-.
forted to the Board of Health during th
wenty-four hours ending Saturday noon:
Births Herman A. Burkland, 206 North
Forty-fourth, boy; Edward F. Burgess, -816
South Twenty-second, girl; E. W. Beeman,
1112 North Forty-second, girl: Si S.
Drummy, Jr., 1014 Pacific, boy; K. Haran
, 807 South Eighth, boy; Emll Rawhke,
zwis unio, gin; uanlel Bmlth, 80S North
Twenty-fifth avenue, bov: C. A. Bharn.
8223 Meredith avenue, boy; Charles Baals
feld, 614 South Thirteenth, girl; Frits Wlll
lamxon. 1715 Blondo, girl; Roy Hurd, 3211
North Twenty-fifth, girl; F. Lundberg, 3213
Franklin, boy; Elmer Porter, S436 Lincoln,
boy.
Deaths Baby Brown, 4817 underwood;
John A. Edsrar. 2S10 Miami. 17: J. J. John.
son, Des Moines, 40; Willie Syck. 822 South
Twenty-eighth, 9: Joseph F. Standeven,
Fourteenth and Captitol avenue, 69; John
D. McIIugh. 203S Dodge, 82; Harry Esch-
laucn, xseoia, la., 7.
WATCHES Frenser, 16th and Dodge Sta
Have Root print It.
Douglas (644) Printing Co., 1608 Howard.
10c Chancellor
v I -
Cigars for 5c
We have been fortunate enough to
purchase a quantity of the above well
known brand of cigars at a price to
enable ua to sell 10c sizes for 6c, oV
(2.50 per box of 50.
Iflp DOMESTIC C
-Ub CIGARS HOW Mu
10C HOFFMAN HOUSE CIGAR
So, or 93.60 pet box of 80.
IOC ELAFECTO
Bo, or $3.60 pec box of 60.
IOC FLOR tB GOUNOD PERFECT08
6c, or 93.60 per box of 60.
IOC FLOR DE GOUNOD 1NVINCIBLES
. So, or 93.60 per box oX 60.
IOC FLOR DE GOUNOD PANATELLA3
So, or 93.60 per box of 6a
IOC QUEEN VICTORIAS
60, or 9340 per box of 60.
IOC HAZEL KIRK, CLUB HOUSE
So, or 93.00 per box of 60.
10O HAZEL KIRK CONCHAS .
60, or 92.60 pes box of 60.
6C CIGARS AT CUT PRICES.
6C HAZEL KIRKS
T for 860, or 9LT9 per box of SO.
(CLA REG ALT A
, 10 for S6o, or 9L9S per box of SO.
6C VIOLA ALLEN
for 96o, or 93.00 per box of 100.
6C MONARCHS
for 96o, or 9U0 per box of 60.
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.
16th and Farnam Street, '
Cut Rate Cigar Dealers.
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Royal
AUDITORIUM
RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF THE
ONE WEEK Sept. 17 to 22
TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY.
POPULAR PRICES Reserved seat sale begins Saturday, Sept. IS,
"it Auditorium.
free lailroad fare'
TO OMAHA
During Ak-Sar-Bcn Carnival and Wonderful Electric
; Street Parades, Sept. .26 to Oct. 6
Buy a round trip ticket Fare) cut out this offer and bring it to
us and we will refund the entire amount on the purchase of any new
piano in our. store. . f - -'
Over six hundred pianos In stock all the leading makes, including
the Stelnway, Stcger, Emerson, Hardman, A. B. Chasci McPhall, Kurtz
man, . Mueller, and over twenty, others.. Special rock bottom, prices
marked in plain figures on each Instrument. Used upright pianos for ,
$85, $95, $105 and up, on terms to suit. .
Deal with a reliable firm and save' from $75 to $150. '
Make our store your headquarters. Free' parade seats.
To our city customers we will give, absolutely free, during the re
mainder of this month one full term of music lessons with each new
piano .bought. Choice of twelve competent teachers. We sell on the
easy payment plan and ship pianos everywhere. -
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.
DEAI-ERS AND MAKERS OF HIGH GRADE PIANOS
1311.1313 Farnam Street. ' OMAHA. NEB.
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THE BRO-MAN-GEL-ON ROOTH AT THE FOOD SHOW. .
As you eater the door at the Auditorium and puss down the rlirht Isle of the pure
food exhibit, the first thing- that attracts your attention is a vine covered booth to
your left. It will pay you to tarry there. There la beinr demonstrated the manu
facture of Bro-man-ael-on from the raw Ingredients to the perfect product.
A small cooking vat 1 used In cooking- the syrup, while the stirring machine,
etc.. Is operated by a miniature dynamo. The syrup Is boiled for forty-eight hours.
It is then nut In the oven and thoroughly baked, when it leaves the oven It Is per
fectly dry and crisp. It trees to the crusher, where it Is crushed and comes out a
powder ready for the dainty little boxes in which It Is packed. a
S.&H.GreenTradingStamps
The Following Are a Few of Our Specials:
As additional fsatnre of oar business, which has earned the reeommea
datloa of both ourselves aad oar oastom.rs and aa unquestionable and
positive savins; to yoa la your porch ases of household aeoessltles. -
100 'cases Hungarian plums, four
baskets to the case, about 40 dor.;
per crate 6S
Fancy large cooking applea, pk.'.lSo
Tomatoes, borne grown, large mar
ket basket SSo
Crabapplea, per peck SSo
Potatoes, per bushel .See
Mustard sardines, large cans... .So
Free 1 1 In Green Trading Stamps
with every (-lb sack table aaltlOo
Fancy table syrup, S-lb can So
Free 11.60 Green Trading Stamps
with every three t-lb cans baked
beans 8Bo
TtX Tree! Tree I One Hundred
j ($10 00) worth of Green Trading
Stamps with one 6-lb. can L- C.
j baking pe-wder ..i SOo
Every can guaranteed,
i Double strength extract, lemon or
vanilla, Pintf bottles, for SSo
And 11.00 In Green Trading Stamps.
: nOVll TX.OVBI
4 1 -lb. sack Purity, The Lange Gro-
eery Co. best, every sack guaran-
teea or your money bcK, per
ISo bottle salad dressing. ..... .So 1 everywhere rFREal
I sack Sl.lt
ICS AT 9WABT1CBKT.
I Can you buy elsewhere for such
j low prices on the best grade meata
1 and receive Stamps freer Then
I , . ... ur.
Lavallne polish, per can lOo
and $1.00 In Green Trading Stamps
free.
Pickles, fancy sour or sweet, per
bottle TH
.'I Serine chickens, oar lb IBs
J Steak, per lb. TH
. Porterhouse, per lb lOo
Good roasts, per lb So
Good boiling meat, per lb So
Picnlo hama, per )b t e
The Lange Grocery Co.
24th and Cuming Sts
TtjL 1530 Ood2!3223.
Do not fall to visit th Sparry Hutchinson Co. premium parlor ia
Our store. Open all day for your.insnocilon.
AX WATS ASX TOM B. ft K. 6mCBH TalSHO ST Am..
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BEE WANT ADS
PRODUCE RESULTS
irre's to lh girl that't good and tvttt,
uert to me girl tnat a irve,
Jim to tne gin uuu
my neari.
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Standard. &
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The Best for Home Ise
Rottled In bond. The govern
ment supervises the distilling,
ageing and bottling; vouches for
Its are, strenjrth and purity. Look
for tho government stamp on
every bottle.
M1 Wo are Issuing a little
booklet containing ZOO popular
toasts, which we would be pleased
to mall or hand to you. They are
free. Ask as for one.
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QTAXTS SOo, Sl.OO, 91.80.
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MILLER'S
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1309 Farnam St., Omaha
Wc SHIP I Qssiis PrepsM
KRUG PARK
OMAHA'S POMTE RESORT
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH.
Afternoon and Evening. -Grand
Concert by the
ROYAL CANADIAN BAND
Second Aerial Flight of the
MONSTER 90-FT. BALLOON
Having a Carrying Capacity of
Hlx Hundred Pound".
If the weather Is favorable, the
HIGHEST ASCENSION
will be made that has ever been at
tempted by any Aeronaut on the west
ern hemisphere.
Return Engagement of
VANE and DeCLAIRVILLE
Aerlaliatg Supreme
In a Double Trapeze Act
(An entire change.)
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH
Grand Opening '
(Omaha Pay, Mayor J. C. Dahlman,
Master of Ceremonies.)
' of the
LABOR FESTIVAL
For the benefit of the Labor Temple
Building Fund.
HON. WILLIAM JENNINGS
BRYAN
will make "a short Talk." Several
other speakers will be heard.
Tuesday, South Omaha Day
Mayor Thomas Hoctor, Master of
Ceremonies.
HON G. M. HITCHCOCK
and others wiU speak.
Wednesday, Council Bluffs Day
v Mayor Donald Macrae, Master of
Ceremonies.
HON. JOHN L. KENNEDY
and others will speak.
Thursday, Ladies' Day
Mrs. Bert Cox, Master of Ceremonies.
HON. N0RRIS BROWN
HON. A. 0. SHALLENBERGER
and others will sneak
Singing by the Danish Glee Club.
Friday, Fraternal Day
Louis V. Guye, Master of Ceremonies.
HON. JOHN 0. YEISER
and others wiU speak. ,
Fraternal Prize Drills.
Saturday, Organized Labor Day
John Pol Ian, Master of Ceremonies.
PRESIDENT SAMUEL
GOEV1PERS
of the American Federation of Labor.
EUGENE V.
and others will speak.
A GRAND PROGRAM OF ATHLETIC
SPORTS is being arranged.
Help to Build the Labor Temple.
Anti-Bunion'
hoes
for
Men and Women
We have a shoe-that is com
fortable and easy to wear for men
and women who are afflicted with
bunions. It is made especially
for persons who have trouble In
getting a shoe to fit their feet.
The special features of these
shoes is the narrow instep and
wide sole, snug fitting through the
heel and over the instep, but with
a good width of sole and roomy
over the ball of the foot, just
where you need it the most. Made
of soft uppers aad specially pre
pared soles.
Price, $3.50, $4.50, $5.00
For both Men and Women.
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Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
WIS STORE
OPEN TILL
6 P.M.
SATURDAYS
TllL 19 P. M.
THK RELIABLE STORE
ATTEND OUR
SEPTEMBER
FURNITURE
AND CARPET
SALE
Best Styles in MEN'S
CLOTHING
PERFECT TAILORING
is a feature which is essential to
real dressy garments. You can
see from the way this suit looks
what perfect tailoring does for
clothes; no matter what the at
titude the coat drapes right. In
our new fall line of Ilart,
Schaffner & Marx hand tailored
clothing you're assured not only
of perfect tailoring, but strictly
all wool fabrics and correct style
Suits $30.00 down J QQ
Suit Special Monday at $10.00
and $12.50
An immense line of men's suits
. in single and double-breasted
6tyles, in stripes, plaids, plain
blues and blacks or fancy
mixed materials.
Equal quality would cost you
$3.00 to $5.00 more elsewhere,
special prices CIA
Monday $12.50 and. . SI V
For the Boys' Suit
Selection is made easy here by
the great assortment of nobby
styles, materials and specially attractive prices. No other place
will you find better variety in style or as high quality at 95
the prices $5, $3.95, $3.50, $2.95, $2.50 and.
Copyright 1906 bj
Hrt Schaffner (f Murx
Cool
Weather
makes' us think of warm clothes.
Now Is a good time to have your '
fall and winter garments fixed up.
Don't wait till the laBt minute,
but send them in now, and they
will be sure to be ready when you
want them.
THE PRICE
Men's suits, $1.60; trousers,
50c; overcoats, $1.50; plain
skirts, 76c; pleated skirts, $1.00;
plain waists, 60c; silk waists,
75c; light Jackets, $1.00, and
other prices in proportion.
We also put in new linings, put
on velvet collars and new but
tons and do all kinds of altering
and repairing.
Jhl Pantorium
Tel. Douglas 063.
ISIS JONES STREET..
(717 H
1 yf I ess I t
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Wedding Rings
We sell Areddins rings In all sites,
at all weights and at all prices. W
make them to order and make them
to fit. The price la always absolutely
fair, as we sell the rings by weight.
Fall trade In wedding rings seems to
open very brisk' another proof of the
country's prosperity
Tou have, of course, noticed the
large extent to which bracelets are
worn this season. Everybody must
have them. Look over our large se
lection of bracelets. For beauty in
form an artistic workmanship, they
can' be beat. And the price la right.
Do you want to buy a watch T Well
you will find THE HEADQUARTERS
FOR WATCHES
At the Sign o! the Crown
US S. 16th SL Opposite the Bastes Stare
Fall Fashions infl
Fry Shoes
Our fall lines are now ready
for Inspection, and, as always, we
lead the shoe trade of the West in
styles as well as In the perfect fit, R
fine finish and high quality of our
shoes.
$3.50, $4 and $5
No other shoes at these prices
contain so much value, the perfect
fit and elegant appearance of the
sheo, as the line we are showing
this fall.
Call and see the latest.
FRY SHOE CO.
H
THE SIIOERS,
16th and Douglas Streets.
Mil. SEWS JJLL U'll'IMllI
OVEHgp
ALL
Kisses Contagious
' That's why our Carmenclta Kiss, as
dispensed at our fountain, has been so
popular. However, If you have not in
dulged in one, don't delay getting In
the bandwagon, for the Carmenclta
Kiss has proven by long odds the far
vorlte of the year. Here are a few
other exclusive winners dispensed only
at our fountain:
Burwood Parquet 15c
Beaton Bros. Sundae 15c
Mountain Mist 10c
El Capltan Punch 15c
Royal Italian Frappe 15c
BEATON DRUG CO,
15TH AND FAR NASI.
The Vp-to-tbe-Mlnute Druggists of
Omaha.
Ouitnod Shoes
unequaled
in Style
or
Quality
Tho Hand Built
Onimods
are made to please men of fash
ionj they meet every require
ment of the dressy man. They
are the most comfortable and ilur.
able shoo made.
Prices $5 and $6
The $4 Bench-Made Onlinod is
an extra good value; it is neat
and attractive In appearance
flU well and wears well. The
$3.50 and S2.50 Onimods are su
perior to any shoe of equal price.
sr.
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IV VOL' ENJOV
a cool, delirious, satisfying amoks -one that will banish your cares and make
life worth living, be sure and call for the old reliable
t, B. Rice llercaatlU Clar Co- Manufacturers, St. Louis.