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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1907)
TIIE OMAIIA DAILY T5EE: SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1007.
0IAI1A AGIO JOBBING TOWN
Market City Derirei New Pretties from
Eeoond Aatomobilt Show.
BECOKtS GRIAT DISTRIBUTING CENTER
Mmh Grrmt Smjvlms foe Retailer
d IndJ-r14aaU Burcn
rrleee Will Be SlMk
Tho altunriance at Om&ha'a second annual
automobile show Increases aa the week
progresses. Thursday night saw an immense
crowd of spectators, who were Interested
in the machines which ar being shown
and the attendance Friday was largo- The
attendance from the country Is surpassing
all eipectatlons; every city and town In
this section of the country Is well repre
sented at the show by dealers. Machines
which are sold throughout the state ars
sold through these dealers and they ars
looking for the best deals possible.
Omaha automoblllsts are visiting the
show In large numbers and learning lea
sons from ths representatives from the
east, from all the leading manufacturing
houses. They never tire of talking auto
mobile. The accessory men also are In at
tendance and are boosting their special
makes of tires.
The tire proposition Is a hard one to face.'
Manufacturers are striving to make a tire
as nearly unpuncturable aa possible and
yet to preserve the resiliency. ,
Local dealers are closing contracts with
dealers In the stats and western Iowa for
automobile supplies for which this olty has
been made the distributing point. The
Omaha dealers are in a position to maka
the same prices as the factories and at ths
same time to give more prompt shipments
and also to effect a saving in freight,
which formerly had to be paid from Chi
cago or New York. This la another move
in making Omaha the great market town.
An enormous touring car was received by
the Powell company, which Is one of the
sensations of the show. It has been sold
to C. A. Romans of Denlson, la. C. W.
Hull bought a similar machine In a run
about form which is to be delivered
The large crowds are especially inter
ested in the new Six cylinder Franklin,
which arrived by express for W. J. Hynes,
a local grain dealer. These six cylinders
are attracting considerable attention, al
though all sorts of the smaller machines
are shown trtid are being sold In quantities.
The moving pictures attracted the usual
Attention. Some of these are the earns
ones which were the hit of the Vanderbllt
cup race, a show which was given at the
Boyd earlier In the year.
HCWELL MOTION IS LOST
Plea for New Trial Overruled and
Case Goes to Supreme
Judge Button Friday overruled the mo
tion of Samuel E. Howell, former president
of the Omaha Coal exchange, for a new
trial. Howell was found guilty In the dis
trict court In December of being a member
of the exchange, which was held to be an
organization in restraint of trade.
Attorney Connell had filed two. affidavits
in support of the motion for a new trial.
One of these. In which prejudice waa al
leged on the part of Judge Sutton toward
Connell, waa Ignored by the court Thurs
day "on account of the welliknown tactics
of Mr. Connell." The other, alleging that
one of the jurors, L. M. Cash, had stated
prior to ths trial that he hoped he oould
get on the Jury and help "cinch" the coal
men, was denied by Cash in a counter
affidavit filed Friday.
Mr. Connell says he will get ths case into
the supreme court with all possible' dis
patch. Dssgcri from Grip.
An attack of grip seldom results fatally,
but ft is the indirect couse of rrany deaths.
If it does not result in pneumonia, which is
' frequently the case, it leaves Its victim
with a cough which lingers on long after
every other symptoms of the disease has
vanished. Ths system Is thus left in a
weakened condition and Is susceptible to
almost every other disease. Ths grip can
be greatly lessened in its severity If Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy Is used, and any
tendency toward pneumonia Is promptly
checked. There is no medicine which has
met with greater success in the treatment
of this disease. ' It cures the cough and
leaves the system in a natural and hoalthy
Oxfords for Spring
Call and see our
new line of Ox
fords and Slip
pers in all the
late styles and
leathers at popu
$2.50, $3.09, $3.50
T. D. NORMS
1517 Douglas St.
ASK FOR GREEN STAMPS
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Most Complete Showing West of Chicago
Ladies' Elbow Length
GLOVES for EiiSTffi
We Import our gloved direct "from our own Paris office., Our sys
tem of buying and Importing saves us fully one-third on the cost of these
gloves. Our Easter showing is complete.
$3M Long Kid Gloves $1M
Iligh quality, real kid glace and
French lamb gloves, in black,
white, red, russet and tan ac
tually worth up to $3.50 and
the greatest kid - r0
glove bargain in S TS iO
Omaha, at, j I
1A.Tl.rf tan Kial r.lnvti
BLACK The most elegant long kid
TAN gloves of the very best makes
RlT8SKT real kid gloves and real kid
WHITE suedes In all sizes and all
CiKKY the leading street and even
ItED lng shades fitted if you
wish always worth up to
$4.00 a pair.
at, & pair ,
Long Silk Gloves'
These are the famous Kayser'a
double finger tip silk gloves
(beBt in the world) all styli
olbow lengths, very
special at, a pair. .
$1.50 Long Lisle Gloves
Here are 16-button length, silk
finished lisle, splendid quality,
fresh from the customs house
and worth up to QO
11.60, at, pair UV
" "J $loa HOSIERY at 25c
Ladles', men's and children's fine black and fancy hosiery, very
fine quality, some lace e fleets ana iace
also plain lisle and fine and heavy Lr fT9
ribbed actually worth up to $1.00, U.
a t AQprt .............. mmmtmam Ba SS
50c All Silk Veilings at 15c
Fine quality of Veiling in plain and fancy
including the new Easter shades some
with chenille dots worth
up to 50 cents, at,
Ladies' sheer Handkerchiefs hand, machine em-
broidered, some open work initial effects, with
.wreaths, 15o quality, at
Snowflake Scrim, 45 Jn. wide,
Bobblnet, heavy grade,
Curtain Swiss, dots and stripes,
36 In. wide, yard 10
Window Shades, good cloth
shade, each 25
Lace Curtains, 60 in. wide,
pair . . . ...08
Couch Covers, full size. . .981
Swiss Curtains, 3 yards long,
Novelty Net, BO inches wide, ,
worth up to 7 Be, yd., at. .39
OaLaJKAl FTU FOOD OXWTTM
it rim u.
w have a variety of delicious cakes,
pls and pastry. Including the famous
"Hot Cross Duns" not formatting;
our aver popular home-made bread.
The products of our bakery can al
ways be relied upon for being- abso
lutely fresh, healthful and nutritious.
Wa employ the best skill and require
thorough cleanliness In all depart
ments. Insuring perfect sanitary con
ditions. Let ua have your Easter
Hava you visited our Candy Depart
ment recently, and heard of the
sweetness, goodness and purity of
"Woodward's" candles from those In
teresting little people, Mf. and Mrs.
Bregant? If not, they will be glad to
see you any afternoon.
fetart the week right by having a
cup of Ankola Java and Mocha coffee
for your Sunday morning breakfast,
pef pound, 86c that together with
our pig pork sausage, per box. 15c
will convince you that wa sell "bet
ter thing to eat for Isaa mousy."
Remember that with each purchase
of $1.00 or more of our own bottling
wines and liquors we will give,
gratis, a bottle of port or sherry,
worth 50c -T WEB.
In Omaha'a Orsatast Msat Market.
2,000 pounds Leaf Lard, at 11 lbs. .91
Rib Roast, choice native steer, at,
per pound la He and lOo
From t p. m. to 4 p. m. we will sell
600 fresh beef hearts, each Bo
From 7 p..m. to 8 p. m. we will aell
pork aausage, (made while you
wait), per pound 5He
i itfogrtnpy a Go.
Seventeenth and Douclai
y , Tel. Bonglaa 647
9 Private Exchange connects all Depts.
denned . waist
line Ms evi
in the gown
of every well
man, only one
the ft. & Q.
to see the
nBur 9 FA
Main Floor and Basement
10c Finishing Breid for. . . .5
Hose Supporters with, extra
heavy elastic, special, pr., 25
Adjustable Sleeve Protectors,
First Quality Dress Shields,
Steel Pine, 200 to paper,
Hooks and Eyes, all sizes,
card . .......... 2
Safety Pinsall sizes, card, 2
600 yds. Knox-AU Basting
Cotton, spool ........ .
First Quality ( Hair Pins, .
special, box .... ... . ... ..10
25c Hair Brushes, special 15?
Fancy Art Dept.
Main rioor Aisle 6
80x30 Inch Tinted Center
Pieces, all white ducking, 6 Oo
values, special 25
1,000 Lithograph Pillow Tops,
26o values, special ....... 10
8 tamped Linen Dollies, 6x6 inch
Stamped and tinted Pillow Tops
with backs all new and pop
ular designs 25
Stamped Corset Covers, all ma
terial for cover, material for
embroidery and paper pattern
for cutting, all complete,
Lar Ltna 36 Sleav) Length
All 61sa i i 13 to 18
$1.50 and S2.00
1322 Farnam St.
Shirt Maker and Men's Furnisher
G. A. LIND QUEST CO.,
Maker of good Slothes. 8pring goods
rs new and ready for Inspection.
14th and Vmtnam Sts.
SIS-llt Paitou Blk. s'hona. Doug. 1131.
DAILEY a MACII
Thiri ritor. ?txiot hUd
Iijhcst QnU Dentljtrj
C. B. Brown Co. Inc.
' Suooeaaor. t. Brows (at Bershetm
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS
Announce a change in the partnership of the firm of Brown & Bo rah elm.
Mr. L. A. Borsheim having retired from the firm, K will b. known in
the future as the C. B. Brown Co., Inc., who will continue the business
In the same location. v i ' -
We wish to announce that the same courteous treatment and prompt
service will continue in the future as the sme has been in the past.
Hoping that we may be favored wjth your patronage in the future,
we remain, Tours truly,
C. B. BROWN CO Inc.
Successors to Brown ft Borsheim.
223 South 16th Street.
Sweet Cream Wanted
Pay 3 Cents Per Pound Over Hew York Market '.
Will make a yearly contract for 100 to 200 gallons sweet
cream daily at 3 cents per pound over New York market price.
W. S. Bdiduff, Omaha, Nob.
Compared to perfect teeth. The neces
sity of mastication cannot be overes
timated. We make a specialty of put
ting teeth . in perfect condition, and
where they have to be extracted, we re
move them painlessly.
Crowns, 22k $3.00
TAFTS DENTAL ROOMS
HIT Douglas gtrest.
OUR GIRLS' SCHOOL
Ar the nobbtnst looking and essloet
fitting girls shos In town, and they'll
wear tetter and hold their sbnp
longer than any other, at the same
OUR $1.50 SHOE
For girls Is a splendid vaJue. It Is
mnde of solid leather throughout. Is
well finished, good style and a nice
Our girl's 12.00 shoes are better, of
coursethey're the beet there la for
FRY SHOE CO.
I of n ana uougias zimts ig
Are a sure sign of Springtime.
. oiotrinir. marbles and all
other boys' games artf hard on
A cheap shoe on a Doys rooi
is a poor Investment newer
buy one pair of good shoes xnan
two pairs of cheap ones. It's
better for . the boy's foot. It s
cheaper in the long! run.
Our BOYS' "STEEL SHOD"
shoes have, stood the test and
are guaranteed to be , satisfac
tory in every way.
Boys' sises V to Rtf,
Youths' sizes 1 to 2,
Little Oents' sizes 10 to 13 A,
Saturday la boys' day , at our
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
And NOVELTIES CHICKS,
New and exclusive novelties
atlc. 2c, 3c 4c, 6c, 8c, 10c
Come and bring the children.
; : 1
Phone Douglaa 124L
The brands that are; Pure
Best Styles in Spring Clothing
THE RELUSLC TRB
Top Coats and Rain Coats
Are almost a necessity in every
man's wardrobe at -this season of
the year. We are now showing
the swellest line of styles ever,
at prices which mean
saving when you consi
well till worn out-
clothes we offer here.
Top Coats, well made, perfect
Cravenette Coats, in the sea
son's latest styles and colors, at
Our Spring Showing excels in
variety any ever before attempt
ed, every recognizable style of
fabric, all well made, at
der quality. . 7v W'V 'M
always look ktW WIS WWif)3Pt
the quality is ?t livK'
's the kind of mm ft; i:
1.50-1. 9 5-2. 50-2. 9 5-3. 50 up to 8:00
The Rarest Bargains Ever.OfTered
in High-Gfrade Imported Silks,
Dress Goods, Laces, Trimmings,
Unmade, Partly Made, and Made
Up Gowns and Dresses from tho
RESSMM0R3G STOCKS i
iOLLAND FOX CO., OMAHA
j Bought Direct from Trustee in Bankruptcy
Also the Entire Fashionable Stock of
ii Mmc. S. SWITZER, 12 E. 33d Si., N. Y.
RETIRED FROM BUSINESS
j SEE OUR WINDOWS
MONDAY IS THE SALE
rVLL QUARTS. MILLER'S PURE WHISKIES
80c. $1.00. $1.25
HILLER'S PURE; f INE WINES '
35c, 50c, 75c
S HILLEK'S "
1309 rarnam. . We Deliver
inn iiin i!
BEAUTIFY VOUR LAWN
wlta our Xroa ui Wire fsaoe. Trslllsea aad Arbors for
,1dm, Iowm guards, olikirs, seteee, tms, tie c-uardt,
aitcaiaa' posts, wt&aow (oaids, kaxa blUN and eiooksa
f slice. ....
CIIAMPIOX FENCE COMPANY.
11 Bout ltk atreet. TaL DoorUs 160,
aa4 for Oataloffae. .
rJEUJ ELECTRIC LIGHTED TOAinO
Attention is directed to the splendid neMf
equipment of electric lighted daily trains,
Omaha and Council Bluffs to Sioux City,
Mankato, St Paul and Minneapolis via
Tho Horth-VostoriT Lino
Buffet-smoking and library car, splendid Pull
man drawing room sleeping cars and free
reclining chair cars of the latest type, with all ,
modern travel conveniences; train new from
the shops and brilliantly lighted by electricity,
leaves Omaha daily 8.28 p. m. Electric read
ing lamps in every section and drawing room
and in the buffet-library car. Electric curling
iron heaters in the ladies' dressing rooms.
Breakfast a la carte in buffet library car.
The North-Western Line is the direct line to St.
Paul, Minneapolis, Superior, Duluth, Ashland and tho
Lake Superior country.
Two trains daily leave Omaha
7.50 a. m. and 8.28 p. m.
Sleeping ear reservations and full infor
mation concerning rates and achedulea oo
1401-1403 Fanam Street, Omaha.
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