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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1907)
the omaiia daily bhe: Saturday, makch no, 1007.
BOOM OMAHA AND FEAST
Commercial Club Hai a Special Kember-
3 Let Hft.rtm&i Fe&thcr Your Neat
STERLING (QUALITY r.SsSfffi
ship Banqiet at Iu Quarters.
ri r-a r n n r n r- n r " ra n H
is an easy matter with. us. All
it requires is a visit to our
Palace Clothes and our
- If you don't buy clothes at
our store you surely will after
you have seen our display of
We have the best tff 1
its in Omaha jj
Our $15 suits contain more hand work and fine tailor
ing than any other garment in Omaha at the price. They
contain hand-made button holes, hand-padded shoulders,
fiand-felled collars in fact they are hand
somely made throughout. Buy one of
these suits at
On Our Easy Credit rian-$l a Week Will Do.
Sec Our Display
01 FREE $1
This Coupon Is worth $1.00. By presenting this
Coupon, wo will Rllow you $1.00 on a purchase of
$10.00 or more, Saturday, March 80th, 1907.
"The Leading Credit Clothiers"
IT CLOTHING COMPANY
7 & DOUGLAS
GREEN TRADING STAMPS
Better Than New
Omaha Plating Co.
tellable Gold 2nd Silver Platers
Phone Dong. 2S3S. HI 8 Harney St
HUGHES LOSES ON THE APPEAL
Jadgment Graated by Scbraika Jadse
la RcTersed by Circuit
Court of Appeals.
Word haa Just been received by William
Baird St Co., attorneys for the Western
Real Estate Trustees, that the judgment
found against them In the case of Henry
Hughes, in which Hughes was awarded
judgment In the United Bt&tes circuit court
for Nebraska for $6,000, haa been reversed
In the United States circuit court of ap
The suit was one brought by H. J. Hughes
for $30,000 against the Western Real Estate
Trustees company, the Boston owners of
the property located near the corner of
Fourteenth and. Douglas streets which col
lapsed August 24, 1908, destroying his gro
cery establishment and other adjacent
property. The suit was brought tn October,
1903, originally and lingered along until De
cember 19, 1906, when Judgment was ren
dered for Hughes In the sum of $5,000. The
Western Real Estate Trustees company ap
pealed the case to the United States circuit
court of appeals on a petition In error and
the decision reversing the action of the
lower court has Just been handed down.
The full decision has not yet been received,
hence the cause for the reversal Is not
known tn detail. Mr. Balrd has merely re
ceived the notification of the decision In
favor of hi clients from Clerk Jordan of
the circuit court of appeals.
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Delicate enough for the softest
Vin, and yet efficacious in removing
ny stain. Keeps the skin in perfect
condition. In the bath gives all th
desirable after-effects of a Turkish
bath. It 6hould be on every wash
stand. ALL GROCERS AND DRUQQISTS ,
la th kind you get If you have your
tt?th fixed at Taft'a.
nca nnltf tha Hart matoHala nnrl
very dentist li a graduate and ex-
i , .I, .i i .
yteriencea in a" tiuug ui wuia.
Fillings 75c up.
Bee Want Ads produce results. Try them.
If a man has one enemy he has enough.
Many a man's first mistake was In the
selection of his parents.
Lasy men are always talking about some
other men who are fools for luck.
Flattery catches silly people, but disagree
able candor never catches anybody.
An appreciative audience Is always highly
Intelligent from the speaker's viewpoint
It makes a girl feel awfully sad at times
not to have anything to make her feel sad.
Borne people think that It's never too late
to mend a matrimonial mistake by applying
for a dlvoroe.
Oh. no, Alphonse, a man Isn't necessarily
onesided because he .haa never crossed the
The marriage -of a tailor and a dress
maker surely ought to be In accord with the
eternal fitness of things.
Money a man has spent seldom worries
him unless It was spent for something that
Interferes with his digestive apparatus.
RAILROAD MAN TALKS ON CO-OPERATION
After Formal Eserelses Are Con
cluded Some Talk la Indulged In
Regarding the Securing ot
Fully 2fl0 representative members of the
Commercial club gathered In the specious
dining parlors of the club Thursday on
the occasion of a special membership ban
quet designed for the purpose of booming
Omaha and discussing the securing of new
quarters for the club.
After the .consumption of an elaborate
array of delicacies the members were en
tertained by a flow of wit. reason and ora
tory by many speakers, chief among whom
was one of the. guests of honor, William
1L Manss, Industrial commissioner for the
I want to speak to you on the subject
of legitimate promotion in Its legitimate
sense," said Mr. Manss. "The mistake or
the railroads, like human nature In general,
I will admit are flagrant, but the Interests
of the Burlington railroad and the peoplo
and the towns along Its lines - are one.
Whatever can be done that will tend to
the advancement of this city and state
will have the heartiest co-operation of the
Burlington railroad. I hope the day will
come when the hand of fellowship and the
tie of common Interest will be linked In
the hands of both the people of the cities
and states and the Burlington railroad.
"And I believe that this Mississippi and
Missouri valley country will take Its place
os the Industrial center of the United States
as well as the world.
"Exploitation is what Is absolutely neces
sary, and that means the burial of self,
the Jibes and jeers of friends. What the
development of this city and nation needs
Is the development of strong, virile and
progressive characters; men who believe
In something; men who can construct
Force of Co-operation.
"I believe greatly In personality. It is
the most valuable asset of the banker, and
In the establishment of a business enter
prise In Omaha you should lay more stress
upon the personality of the promoters and
new citizens than upon their financial
"We forget the stirring force of co-operation,
for in that will your club be a
success, as co-operation is the potent force
in the building of a city.
"Let me suggest the toast In closing,
'May there be in your city smokestacks,
for a city without smokestacks la dead,
and may the wind come from your asso
ciation that will waft the smoke ' around
Omaha and shall say to the farmer boy
and girl shoved off the farm that here is
a place they can build a home for them
selves and a factory for their material sub
stance. So that Omaha may become a
city of men who do something.' "
Another prominent guest and speaker of
the evening was Thad H. Howe, president
of the Travelers' Protective association,
who, with members of the national board
of directors. Is paying a flying visit to the
local post President Howe gave a general
resume of the work that has. been accom
plished by the organization which he rep
resented and said:
"The Travelers' Protective association Is
s much a national board of trade as any
thing else and I don't think there Is a
greater crowd of boosters than the trav
President Howe explained In detail the
objects of the Travelers' association and
the advantages which accrued from affili
ation with it, and was accorded a hearty
Attracting Wew Enterprises.
Carroll S. Montgomery presented a novel
Idea for consideration by the club members
for the organization of a coherent body
for the purpose 'of Inducing new industries
to come to Omaha. He said:
"We're boosting for Omaha and there
are always many business enterprises of
worth seeking locations. The idea of offer
ing bonuses has been given up generally,
but it Is very difficult to build up a city
without some general plan of action. An
Idea of mine and others Is the organization
of some Incorporated Institution for the
purpose of promoting new business enter
prises. On proper lines the business man
could afford to subscribe for a limited
amount of stock In such an organization
without too great a burden being borne
by anyone or any organization as such.
By such a method you could bring .fifty
new Institutions to Omaha, which would
be profitable and help for a "Greater
The toastmaster of the evening was
Frank H. Gaines and he proved an adept
in that position, but relinquished the honors
after the reception of the addresses by the
Invited speakers to C. M. Wllhelm, presi
dent of the Commercial club, who brought
the question of securing new quarters to
the attention of the members. President
Wllhelm said that the necessity for new
quarters was unquestioned, but considerable
difficulty waa encountered In securing them.
He also gave It as his opinion that the
membership fees should be slightly In
creased In case it was decided to rent new
and more expensive rooms and that a com
mittee from the executive committee, of
which Frank W. Judson was chairman, had
been selected one month ago to consider
the matters then under discussion.
Nothing Definite Yet.
Mr. Judson stated that consideration had
been given by the committee toward se
curing the top floor of the new Brandels
building for the club'a home, but that the
rooms were expensive and rather Inade
quate In size. The top floor of the old
Brandels building haa also been under con
sideration, but nothing definite had. been
accomplished by the committee, as a num-
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There's a uniform high standard of quality in II art man's
goods that buyers in this city have learned is to be relied upon
absolutely. We handle nothing of questionable character
fiverything must be of known reliability. , Our guarantee of
absolute satisfaction goes with every article we sell, and we
consider no transaction closed until the customer is thoroughly
and completely satisfied. We intend this store shall be known1
first . of all for RELIABILITY and dependability.
Weathered Oak Z 7 C
MUsion Rocker m J
A SPECIAL.. It has extra heavy
frame, wide seat, broad arms, and
paneled back. It Is made of solid
oak with weathered or golden oak
finish. A most elegant and sub
stantial rocker, made in larva
quantities for our 22 grest ptor".
dlnln room or
kitchen, or any
tion of three
rooms you de
design and most
Terms, $7.50 fsshi
SPECIALS THAT ARE POSITIVELY
Every- jyss 3 Alt
fi &fji Marked
Clunr. 11 (r rlain
ELKGANT SOLID OAK PEDESTAL EX
TENSION TAHLESr Thla massive solid
oak Pedestal Extension Table Is another
of the bargain offers which will call
forth enthusiastic buying at the Hart-
man stores tomorrow, li you are in
need of a dining
table, don't let
slip by you
ercuAu iri4T are rusuiVLLr
e Onr Hew Una . I Yf
of High Grade ijpoM,
do-Carts, largest 6 Vm 1 f
line In the city. 1 1 f rlT
Prices range from tV'?i),""mi""i''' (1
2S-plece set fll
given away free
with a $100.00
purchase, o r
sold for $6C5.
(.'red It terms:
tl.00 cash, 769
1100 worth of
1. ought during
a year, purchase
price Is credited
to your account.
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Set of Toy
sold over .
Exactly like cut shown. Made of bard
wood, nicely tlnlhed, top has con
venient spice drawers, as shown, bane
Is extra well made, size 26x46. 2 bin.
2 drawers and 2 boards. Cabinet Is
easily a $10 value, fcpeclil at Hart-man's.
All Goods Deliver
ed In Unlettered
l If T 1 ill T I W-fr-
Hartman's Special Fold- C
Ing Reclining Go -Cart 0a3
This handsome Oo-Cart is of the new folding type and oc
cupies small space when folded. It has Tull Imported reed
body and dash, cane back and embossed cane seat. Springs
best tempered steel, patent wheel fasteners and brake ami
large rubber tires. A handsome and dependable Cart. ThU
Is the Hartman special a Oo-Cart made specially for the
great Hartman Chain of stores a very elegant cart, and
offered at a price that Is surprisingly low. We ask you
to come and FEE the Cart
Solid Oak 1 C 7 C
China Closet M 9 1 $ J
dence at only
EliAHOKATE IRON HKD (Exactly as
Illustrated above) This bed Is one of
the most handsome designs that ever
sold at a price anywhere near as low as
that at which this bed is now being of
fered. It is made of extra heavy tubing,
extra lartfe joints and chills and may
be had in any color desired, heavily
enameled. A record
only. . ,
Shirt Waist Boxes
(like cut), opposite
size, 27 Inches long
14 Inches wide, 13
deep, covered In
fancy cretonnes, As
sorted colors, lined
on Inside. Bias
handles on ends
turted tops; 160
Handsome bent end' designs,
set with heavy double strength
glass and adjustable shelves.
Extra well made throughout
and neatly ornamented with
hand carvings. Fancy French
bevel mirror on top.
sine lining, ample ice
ICE CHESTS, hard
wood, best finish, lin
ed with heavy gal
vanized sino, 60 lbs.
Velvet and Axminster Rugs,
ize 9x12, $23.75
Specially Priced for Tomorrow.
VELVET RUGS, made In one solid
piece. In oriental and floral effects,
AXMINSTER RUGS. In oriental and
floral effects, colorings rich and soft,
Small Ruga $1.15 and $1.75
VELVET RUGS, handsome oriental
designs, well bound, C 7e
sizes 27x54; priced at iI.f J
BRUSSELS RUGS, Iloral and oriental
best make, full size,
16-Inch oven, com
plete with warming
closet, heavy nickel
NO. 8 CAST RANGE,
full nickel trimmed,
extra heavy construc
tion, large oven, com
plete with tea shelves.
'Btrj UK fit? I
This Elegant Q 7 C
Dresser, Only Oa P
Made In beautiful golden oak or
mahogany finish; has large French
bevel mirror and carved mirror
frame and standards. Top drawers
are full swelled, rich, exclusive
designs made to special order for
HAETJUH SPECIAL BOSTON UATEIB CO XT OH Like
cut below, solid oak, handsomely carved frame and claw
feet, full spring construction, small dla- i s m
mond tufted massive, elegant and rich I 1
design, guaranteed upholstering mJt vr
JtTn1 CREDIT TERMS: l
Wt lui JM
$1.80 Cash, 60c Weekly.
CHIFFONIER (like cut), made
of solid oak throughout, has
five deep easy running drawers,
of dovetail construction, each
fitted with locks,
extra well made
t2 GREAT STORES THROUGHOUT THE U. C.
1414-1416-1418 DOUGLAS ST.
i r a t ii i
BUPFE T Exclusive design,
made .of rich Quarter sawed
oak, rubbed and polished, large
French beveled mirror, fancy
brackets, as shown, china closet,
Kt snot or SHOTS, I
TAFTS DENTAL ROOMS
1(17 Duiuclaa Street.
YOU CAN RENT
ANY MAKE FOR
$2.50 per month
rOX TYPEWRITER. AND
1S2J FARNAM STS.
RUM V0113. SS?i. U:o&liA, Xeo.
SHOES FOR MEN
THE SHOE FOR YOU
King Quality shoes are famous
for their uniform wearing qual
ities. They never disappoint,
for each pair is made to conform
to the same high standard before
leaving the factory. You can al
ways rely on them. King Qual
ity shoes require no " breaking
in." They fit your feet when
first put on and retain their
natural shape indefinitely. Try
the King Quality shoe. It is the
shoe for you.
1 his mason's patterns are
pleasing in every respect. See
them before purchasing your
If dealer doe
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SHOE COMPANY, No. Abington, Mass.
ber of other suitable locations had been
ErDresslons were requested by President
Wllhelm and Mr. Judson from members of
the club as to the question of new quar
ters and an increase In the annual dues
and several members responded as being In
accord with the movement to such an end.
The evening closed with the general dis
cussion of the club projects.
MUZZLE WHAT PART OF DOG?
Legal Qacstloa Arises to Freak Proc
lamation of Onr Jim,
A serious legal technical error has been
discovered In Mayor Jim's dog muzzling
proclamation. The proclamation, as well
aa the ordinance on which It la grounded,
states that dogs must be muscled, but falls
to specify just what part of the canine
anatomy must be Incased tn the muszle.
Borne may take this for a joke, but the
legal phase ts being seriously considered
and on this the proclamation and ordinance
may be tested In the courts If the mussllng
provision should b enforced on April S, as
the mayor said It would. He has Instructed
Chief of Police Donahue to carry out these
Tears ago Ben Butler of Massachusetts
took Into court a similar law and won the
case. When the day for muxzllng the dogs
arrived Mr. Butler placed a musxle on his
dog's tall and thus laid a foundation for
his case. The courts sustained him, in that
the law at that time did not state where
the musxle should be placed.
Tige turned several fllpflopa Friday morn
ing when be heard of this.
Mayor Dahlman waa asked concerning
this leg', technicality and said that any
one knows where a dog musxle should be
It ia the spirit and not the letter of the
"Habit is a cable; we weave a thread to it, each day,
until it becomes so strong we cannot break it."
"What habits are you cultivating in your children? Are you
encouraging them to read good books good magazines good
newspapers? Are you making it a point to boo that their mental
habits are clean and wholesome. You cannot afford to grow in
them the habit of reading " dime-novel literature, whether in
the form of books, magazines or "yellow" newspapers.
The Omaha Evening Bee "
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