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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1907)
HIE OMATIA SUNDAY BEE: MATtCTI 31. 1007.
Alphabetical Guide for the Busy Omaha Householders and Shoppers
Taught fcy an Actor
ninrni a ri
Oratory and Dramatic
lev Location, Lyric Theater
19th sad FARNAM 8T8.
'PHONE DOUGLAS 6371
Invites your Inspec
tion of her Spring
and Summer inv
J .......po.t ticns, consist
ing -of the latest
. LACES, EMBROIDERIES
MODEL GOWNS, WAISTS
1909 Capi ol Avenue.
Telephone Douglas 2088.
VOn ANYBODY, FOR ANY
BUSINESS, AT ANY TIME,
AT ANY PLACE AND ON
ANYTHING. It it ::
BEST WORKMANSHIP and
MATERIALS USED ONLY.
'....PRICES RIGHTS. . .
S. 0. COLE SIGN CO.
Tel. Donglas 2518. 1S02 Doncjlas St.
For AH Uses la
Are Made ty
Bramblett &. Co.
1311 Howard Street
RICH HARVEST IN MUZZLES
Cs Eaalei Eajs B Sold Elma Dcian
einos Dahlmin EdioW
COULD SELL MORE IF HE HAD TKEM
OoBSha Pttlata Oat tkaf Pollcs
Will BaavelM Jadasseait
la SktlB Dara Wtth
Here Is on slds of tba Dahlman doc
"Ws hava sold thus far eleven doaea doc
musalea sine ths order has (on Into ef
fect requiring all doaa to be mussied," said
a Faraarn atraet bardwara dealer Bab
urdsr momlnc. "and could have sold
many mora of them bad we them on hand.
It Is Interesting to bear the people kick
' and the women do the most ef U. They
. blame not only the elty authorities, but
char the dealers la this class of goods
with betag la eollusloa with the scheme in
order to get their rake off la the sale of
muisies. One womaa cant la aad oora-
plalned that the order waa aa outrage, aa
In her case her dog waa 14 years old. bad
no teeth and bad to be fed with a spoon.
I tried to pacify her with the atatement
that the dog catchers didn't taka Urn to
examine the teeth of doga, but that a dog
without a mux ale waa all they wanted.
The owner of a fine bird dog waa stand
ing by aad remarked:
"Th order falls heaviest oo the owners
f bird doga. Aa a rule bird degs are
perfectly harmless aad must bar axerolse.
II ruins a bird dog te tie bla up. but It
la atiU wore to muaaU htm. This ord'r
la going to ruin maay a raluabl dog la
this city and particularly bunting dog.
-get AU Dear To Be SteC"
Mayor Dahlman aad CUet of Folio
Dooahus Saturday moraine; held a eaofer
nee regarding th recent dog muasliag
proclamation wbiob wltt become operative
April a, unleas. aa reported, th
Human society mora secure a reetralQ
Ing ordar. Chief Donahue said a wrong
tmpresstea prevails that every stray dog
found oo and after tbat date will be shot
sight by a poheeinaa uclee th canto
E SURE and go
at a moderate price
do a legitimate business,
encasing NO ticket agents, or
giving no premiums, but guar
antee best values for your
SOUTH 16th St., Opposite Hayden
Bros. Take Elevator.
T7NVEST in a
and reap the
the year' in
comfort and hap
WE SELL THEM
Omaha Gas Co,
13th and Farnam Sts.
I ft.fl 4 S-.
Perfield Piano Co.
1611 Farnam Street
Is the PLACE where PIAUOS are
$9ldat WHOLESALE PRICES, and
Ef fie Ellis Illustrated Musk Cour
ses are sold to make the Player.
ing and continuing all week, aa long as
the patterns last, I will make big re
ductions In first-class reliable Wall
All Sto Indenendent Patterns, this week
Finest. 80c Duplex and Two-Ton Paper,
this week onlv 850
26c Embossed OIHe, this week only MHo
Reirular 10c Paper, this week only.... Be
It will pay you to Inepect my stock
beror buying, i wm save you money.
SaecMser te leary A fosters
Thon Sooglaa 43.
lot lOtm rOUXTEEITl ITBEBT
Is property attired In a muscle, Th
chief said soma judgment would be used in
th premlsea He has Instructed his men
not to shoot dogs on th street, but In
cases where unrouszled stray dogs are
found th owner will be looked up first
whenever possible and warned. But vagrant
dogs without muxsles or visible means of
support will be eaugfct and taken to th
pound. The polio expect to work with th
pound attache, who will begin operation
on April I.
Poundmastar billiard, who Is Interested In
human work and Edgar II. Boott. attorney
for the Nebraska Humane society, called
Prtday afternoon on the mayor, who said
he waa Arm In th stand he took on th
dog musillng matter. Th mayor and
chief t-f polio agre that Omaha dog need
something (mutslee) for what alls them.
Th chief said his department bad occa
sion Friday to shoot seven dog on request
In th meantime City Clerk Butler Is
working hard Issuing dog licenses. Satur
day morning nearly ISO were Issued.
INCREASE AT JSgANDEIS BANK
Capital Stools Deebled aad New Of
aeere for Instltatlea
The capital stock of J. I Brandels A
Bona, bankers, haa been doubled. The
bank was organised a few years ago with
a capital of UO.000, and the deposits have
steadily frown from th beginning until
th last statement of th bank, published
March 17, shows $73.190.tt. J. L. Brandels
Sons hav been busy enlarging their
commercial business and erecting the new
Brandels building, nevertheless the bank
has grown aad prospered because of their
high standing aad character, aad by reason
of th efficient management of Frank N.
Clarke. Th capital is now tlOO.OOO and It
Is th Intention to Increase It etlll further
from tlm to time and make the bank one
of th leading financial Institutions of the
city. Th banking facilities also will be
enlarged aad eventually the bank will be
located eo the corner of Seventeenth and
Douglas atreets with a Seventeenth street
Ex-Congreasmaa John I Kennedy take
a part of th new issue of stock and be
come a director and vie president He
will glv personal attention to the bank.
GET IT DONE REASONABLE
CALL VP OR SEE
Tel. Donfl. 1477 118 N. 15th St.
No matter what you r
watch trouble are,
we can remedy them
OR. TWICE YOUR.
Our store safeguards you from Incompe-
tance, deception or overcharge.
MARION D. FRANKS
Watch and Diamond Saoart.
81 Horth sixteenth Street, - Omaha.
We are now ready for Spring and
Summer business. We invite your In
spection of . the New Una of Spring
and Summer Suitings, both domestic
and foreign manufacture.
1419 Douglas St. ...OMAHA
'Phone Douglas 7433
Can not find
dirt in Carpets
after we have
cleaned and renovated
GET OUR PRICED
OMAHA CARPET CLEAI1IKG
AtiD RENOVATING CQ.
1923 LuTenwarta St. Tel. DoDg. 1671
Th newly elected officer are Arthur D.
Brandels, president; John L. Kennedy, vice
president; H. Hugo Brandels, cashier and
Em 11 Brandels, secretary. These four men
constitute the board of directors.
BUSINESS., BREAKS RECORDS
Basic Clearings for th Last Month
Over Fifty-Four MUlloa
Another record was broken by th banks
of Omaha during th month just past In
the matter of bank clearings. The total
clearings for the month were tM.521.SS1.2S.
which is the largest month In the history
of banking In Omaha. The clearings for
March last year, which was the record
until this month, were $-17.107,13,18.
"These figures show a great business ac
tivity, as well as being a record of th
prosperity of the city," said Luther Drake,
president of the Merchants National bank,
when shown these figures. "The figures
represent the growth of Omaha and the
entire country back of ua The building
of the grain market adds to the bank
clearings figures and March la especially
large because of the Ultimate payment of
real estate transfers throughout the state,
which are made through the Omaha
Railway Metre mod Persoosvls.
W. A. Cope, passenger director at Union
station, has been promoted to the poeltlon
of train agent ana will run out of Denver
on the Union pacific.
Railroad officials In Omaha say they be
lieve the report emanaiinjc from cWattla
that the rate on lumber from the r'ugft
sound country to Et. had been raited
Is erroneoua Several messages huve been
exchanged with officials at eieattle and
they eay they know nothing of the rausu
Henry Roth, formerly tralnhmatrr of the
Union Pacific for the Wyoming division,
has been appointed assistant superintend
ent of the nJo Grande Western between
Ogden and Helper. Hie appointment was
made by W. A. Whitney, who was for
merly superintendent of the Wyoming ill
vl.lon of the Union Paclflo and who Is now
general superintendent of the Rio Grande
William C. McKeown ha been appointed
assistant superintendent of the Wyoming
division of the Union Pacific vice A. t.
Vlck Roy, who was promoted to be super
intendent ef the t'olorsdo division to suc
ceed Jrnttat Sirmitr. who was made gen
eral superintend, in of the Dt-nvrr A Klo
Grande. Mr. M. Keown ha ben with the
Union Paelrto for over thirty years, start
ing la as a brakcuutn.
Special designs furnished for badges,
and medals gold and silver vors,
Cash paid for old gold and Bllyer.
Mall orders promptly attended to.
Manufacturing Jewclor and Engraver
Room 822, raxton Wk.
104 North Thirteenth.
Phone Douglas 2997
mi i ia
vgists, have ad'
a V Ja rt rrcr Iter
of toilet specialties
11.00 Pinaud's Veiretal Toilet (all odors)
$1.0 Dalbrook'a Toilet Water (all odors)
at '. 67o
$1.00 Wright's Toilet Water (all odors i
at . 76o
76c Perrin's Toilet Water (violet and
75o 4711 Toilet Water (all odors) ... .BOO
25c Swansdown Powder llo
60c Java Rice Powder 85c
And thousands of other toilet articles
at. the, very lowest prices.. . ,
llpnf nn Hvtin frt
if vuivu mj m. aa jj vr
FiHeenth and Farnam St
OU can get
1520 Dodge St.
ibTS M SttUMk'S. ISL
fome Poiiti About the Buring of Eilkt,
Linens aad Woolens, '
WOOL'S CHARACTERISTICS ARE, EASY
Flaeaeea of Llaea Easily Aaeertalaed
""txtod of Dotewtlasr Presence
Cortoa la Fabric Flzlag;
th Quality f I Ilk
Shopping teat for linens, silks and wool
ens ar simple and easily applied.
In purchasing linen for sheets, pillow
cases, napkin and table cloths, fineness is
to be desired. A linen tester, a small mag
nifying glass, by means of which the
threads In a given apace are counted, l
essential to determine this point
One can tell the quality, perhaps, as
much by th feel of linen as by any more
complex method. There Is a crisp feeling
to pure linen that is unmistakable. When
crushed In the band It yields with a crunch
ing sensation which denotes it purity. It
haa also a slippery feeling quit different
from cotton, which I quit dead and with
out elasticity when run through th band.
If linen fa brio ana frayed at the edge
and tho threads pull out It will be found
that they will unravel without breaking,
whllo cotton threads will break or snap
Another test for linen, and on In vogue
with old-fashioned housekeepers, is to
dampen the finger and bold It beneath the
material. If th moisture appears on the
surface It la a pretty good test that the
material la linen, but if there 1 no damp.
nea visible tlien on may be pretty sure
that th material is. If not all, at least
part cotton. Cotton absorb th water,
while the linen doe not
A very good teat for linen Is to unravel
a portka, taking? a couple of th reads, one
of the warp and on of the woof, and to
touch a match to them. If cotton is pres
ent in the weave the thread will burn
quickly, leaving a charred bit. If linen.
It will be longer In burning.
In drawing threads from both fabric it
will be found that th linen one will bold
We have our
to be the bzsr.
II. J. PEN FOLD
1408 Farnam St
Right here Is the place
where your debts can be
centralized. The grocer,
lf butcher, doctor or if you
IH..HI...I J owe onv other loan com
pany and want to get
your bills all in one place
It will be easier to pay. Come to us. w e
will do all this for you do it so confi
dential and private no one will be the
wiser. You pay a low, reasonable cost
for the accommodation pay It out In easy
payments, and be all out of debt. Or we
can help you move, or start a business of
your own, or buy a norse aim m, ui m
any way the, rvady cash would be an ad
vantage. None more reliable. Heen here
15 years now. We loan on household
roods, pianos, store flxturt-s, live stock or
any kind of chattel security.
Omaha Mortgage Loan Go
119 Board of Trade Building
205 N. 17th St.
There is no kick coming
CALL DOUG. 2071
The sure way
their body, whila cotton will draw the
material away and usually snap eft quickly
before the thread Is half pulled out
In buying handkerchiefs one can pull
them cornerwise. If the threads draw
evenly it Is good" proof of the material be
ing all linen, while If cotton the handker
chief will pull unevenly. Unen handker
chiefs of the best quality should have at
least 2.S00 threads to tho Inch. This, how
ever, relate only to Uee fine sheer
squares of linen which retail for several
dollars each Tho of good quality whloh
retail at 60 cent or 75 cents each should
show from 1,300 to 1,400 threads.
How to Tell 811k.
It I probably In the buying of silks that
the greater number of women are taken In.
Frequently It Is their own fault; they are
tempted by bargain,, and good silk la
In one of the large dry goods shop In
New York City there Is a man who has pre
sided over th silk counter for- more than
fifty years. By simply running the silk
between his fingers he can tell where It
come from. Its purity. Its quality and Its
cost This is the result of long experience.
But once a woman become accustomed to
the feel of pure silk she can never forget it
There Is a sllpperlnees and crusliableness
about pure silk that stamps It as th real
article. There Is also an unmistakable
swish about a pure silk. Then If on takes
the material In both hands and snaps It
there Is a report like a pistol shot from
a pure silk, which will aid in the selection.
Material in which tiie threads running
both ways are silk are springy and to the
touch full of life and electricity, while those
part silk, with oottou admixtures, are dull
aad heavy, or perhaps UfeleHS is th better
term. In taffeta there is a high sheen and
lustre In the best qualities which Is con
vincing, while pongee has a dull finish.
With louisines the softer and finer the more
to be desired they are.
To determine If silks are mixed with cot
ton, set a lighted match to a sample after
ravelling the threads out. If there Is cotton
present In ths fabric then it will burn
rapidly, curling up almost in a flash Into a
crisp, while silk will hardly have started
The same test may be applied to wool
material in which it Is suspected that cot
ton may be woven. Cottuu burns very
B- Cafe xnd
OPEN ALL N10.HT
Table D'Hote Dinner Sundays
Short Orders At All Boars
FISM, SHELL FISH AND QAflE
15161518 Dodge St., OMAHA
'Phone Red 256S
I loo in 4 Bush
16th and Doue
$5.00 for the Best
Set of Teeth
Gold Crowns and
Bridge Teeth, $5
pHE One Best
Screen Daors and
Window 8, Porch
Flo9T8y White Enameling.
Call and get our vnluable hook'
let on 'Taint an Tainting"
1416 Harney Street
'Phone Douglas 3425
rapidly, while th woolen threads smoke
aad smoulder. Then there Is ah unmis
takable odor about burning wool.
Tost for Wool aad Cotton.
If on takes up a piece of wool cloth and
a piece In which cotton Is present the
former will feel very soft and yielding to
th tnnnh whllA th. l.ttar will ha hard
and rather smooth than otherwise. In M
ravelling out woolen materials, when the
threads are untwisted, the wool will fray
and the ends curl up, while cotton will
break off evenly without any ends.
A chemical test which can be employed
at horn Is the application of murlatio or
altrlo acid to woolens. If a sample of wool
goods la dipped into on or th other of
these chemicals it will turn a reddish yel
low color if no foreign threads are pres
ent If cotton Is present the chemical eats
It away Immediately, leaving behind only
the yellow warp of the woof.
Women have often been subjected to dis
appointment in buying jetted laces tor
handsome reception or dinner gowna There
will be advertised a bealtlful looking robe
gown for say and alongside another
for I12S. To all appearances there is very
little difference, and a woman purchases
the cheaper of the two only to find to
her sorrow th first time she wears It that
ah baa left behind her a trail of paillette
to mark her path.
In the cheaper gown the Jets ar simply
run on without being fastened securely, and
as a consequence when the thread breaks
they all go. So If on deelres to be econom
ical In the buying of jetted robes It Is well
to go over the entire pattern with strong
silk and knot each piece securely before
Black silk nets either In allovtr or In
edgings that have cotton In them present
a gray look when the material is held up
to tha light on a level with the eye. There
la such a thing, of course, aa having a
lac all silk, but yet not a good black, but
the difference between what Is termed a
good black and that peculiar gray appear
ance I the test the buyer should apply
when Investing In these finer grades of
Salmon Case on Trial.
WARSAW, Mo.. March H0. The taking
of testimony was begun here In earned In
the ie of Major Harvey W. Kalinon,
charged with giajid larceny. In collection
with the failure of the fcUJinoa at baliuon
bank at Clinton,
.V- . 1 N
innm mm c
For One Week Only
Just to start the ban,
we will sell our guarnteed 10c hoe W
T cents por foot
a bargain you will never get again.
A CJold-InliilcI IVarl rocket Knife,
value $3. S-e our west allow window.
Trsde with the house of quality and tight
Dunning Hardware Co.
Thone Dong las 421 1514 Farnam St.
2916 Levenworth St.
'Phone Harney 2414
T'R Hair Should
be Kept in
a nice pleasant
place call at 420
Mrs. Pierce finds that ber business la
Increasing so rapidly tbat abe has, en
gaged a competent hair dresser.
We are now ready to drees hair for
parties and receptions. We also make
a specialty of facial and manicuring for
ladles and gentlemen. ,
Customers desiring prompt attention,
call Doug. 7279 and avoid all walpnc
and confusion. , '
MRS. M. S. PIERCE
420 Bee Building
We can sav
ance. ... .'
D. M. Martin & Co.
ASK US FOR RATES
105 Couth 1Gth Gt.
'Phone Doug. 3510
We Writ Every Known Kind of
THREE INJUNCTIONS CO OYER
BestraiDiiift- Order Against Couaoil
Thirtieth Street Tit CffaWeek.
TIME ALLOWED TO FILE AFFIDAVITS
Two Cases Pending Against Hsrst
aad Coanell of Soatkt Omaha
Postponed for Hear
ing by Coart.
' Three injunction wnlcH were set fog
hearing In the district court Saturday wer.
continued. Th hearing of th case of thj
Omaha Grain Terminals company again .
the mayor and city council of Omaha wag
continued on week to give an opportunity
to file affidavits In support of th allegae
tione. The council waa restrained tem
porarily by Judge Kennedy from paaelng aa
ordinance ordering Thirtieth street opened.
This street at the railroad tracks 1 occu
pied by the elevators of the Omaha Grain
Terminals .company, permission bavtng
becn given the company by a previous
council to so occupy that space. ' Th
mayor and council are now set-king to
build a viaduct acrors th tracks there.
The hearing on the suit of Frank. Walt
webber against the mayor and council of
South Omaha to Invalidate th pure hue of
a number of tracts of ground for park pur
poses was continued until next Wednesday.
The suit of Hugh Murphy again! th
mayor and council of South Qmaha to
restrain them (rom Interfering with him
In removing ,000 paving brick and 1,009
yards of stone from Missouri avenu.
where he had them preparatory to paving
that street, ws continued indefinitely.
Be Want Ad produce result a Try them.
Th following building permit hav ba
Issued: Mawhinney A Ryan. &1 6outh Fif
teenth, fc'XO repairs; I C. btenner. Twenty,
third and Oak. fl,3i0 cottage; George Rett.
1319 Spring, tl.ooo cottage; Chicago at North
western Hallway company. Thirteenth and
Fourteenth between Cass and iJerenport,
t-i.i) retaining wall; William F. Laneat,
'lhirty-tuth and Gold, tUO dwelling D. P.
Finery, Thirty-fourth aud Canter. KLM)
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