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TllK OMAHA DAILY JifiE: KATiTKI)AY. MAY 4. W07.
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OVR PRICES RAISE THE BUYING POWER OF YOVR MONEY'
for PARTICULAR MEN
A tilh soarf
1612 & TARN AM STREETS, OMAHA.
IIC PEOPLES FVRNITVRE AND CARPET CO. Established 1887
mrm'i u Mil-
O WHY PAY CASH O
OR your clothing when it is not at all necessary, keep
"l your money in the bank. Let it earn interest for you.
jr We will cheerfully extend DIGNIFIED and DESIRABLE J :
Viif CREDIT to you and clothe you in garments of quality ab- v. J
Osolntely as good as you can purchase elsewhere and where
:u i : 5 i it i. v .
j uu jjj ue ii'iuiieu wj pay an casii- '
, We want you to look at our goods. You will not be V.
( urged to purchase. "We have polite salespersons to wait (
Oupuii uu. u ubi iook ana compare prices, mai s ail. f
EVERYTHING MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. V )
o20 Oiseoisnt SaBeo
O Unseasonable weather left us with more goods In the month of f J
ADrll than we would like to own. In order to ml nu nnr etnrir
(' quickly we will give a discount of 20 per cent from the marked price, f
V This appl'es to merchandise In our Ladles Cloak Department only.
X All goods priced plainly.
Ladies' raiiored Suits O
$15 Ladies' Suits $12
$20 Ladies' Suits $16
$30 Ladies' Suits $21
$40 Ladies' Suits $S2
Walking and Dress Skirts
$5 Ladies' Skirts $4
$10 Ladies' Skirts $8
$15 Ladies' Skirts $12
$20 Ladles' Skirts $10
Silk and Cloth Jackets
$5 Ladies' Jackets $1
$7.50 Ladles' Jackets $6
$10 Ladles' Jackets $8
$12.50 Ladles' Jackets $10
Etc., Etc., .
$2.50 Ladies' Hats
$3.50 Ladles' Hats.
$6 Ladles' Hats. . .
$7.50 Ladles' Hats
Q Men's and Boys'
BUY YOUR SUIT NOW
PAY FOR IT LATER ON
We carry a complete line of Men's
J Union-Made Working Clothes
Suits, from $7.50 to $25
Pants, from $2 to $6
Hats, from $1.50 to $3.50
Shoes, from $2.75 to.... $5.50
Suits, from $2.50 to $5
Men's Suits, from $6 to. $12.50
Dress Shirts, from 60c to. $1.50
Underwear, from 25c to....$l
Neckwear, from 25c to 50o
' Shoe6, from $2 to $5
HAVE IT CHARGED !
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UNION PACIFIC EARNINGS BIG
Iicrease of Two Million Dollar list
Hebraska tht Fait Tsar.
BRANCH LINFS OPERATED AT A LOSS
Reseats at ratverslty Will G Into
Coart to Ttil Raliaa; of Aadltor ea
lmr af Warraata la Ad
Taarr af Tas Pay-meat.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Msy S. (Special Telegram.y-.
A. W. Bcribner, tax commissioner of tha
Union Pacific, brought down his report and
filed it with the State Board of Assessment
toriar, and It wl'l be used as the basis of
assessment lor this road. Thft Union Pa
cific, according to the report, has done
fairly well during the last year, taking
Trythlng Into consideration, even though
ft freight earning? only amounted to
il.!S,77 In Nebraska. This was an In
crease over the freight earnings last year
of the small aum of about ll.&O.nnO. Tha
ljMenger earnings were only Increased
about KuO.Ouo, while the total gross earn
ings were Increased only about 12 000,(0).
The net earnings per mile, however, were
only Increased about 3U0 a mile. This was
due to the Increase In the cost of operating
and to the payment of taxes, which for
the lact three years has not been Included
WFMCIStOH acta) IN TNI
rfTM er A CLUCTT
FXua- s) Ml sjT hi tni
Ci.o ArratTiOn to mtil
ImiSN ATTINIMI TMI MS a.
ii4 or all ciwtrrr HiaTa.
CMTCTT. MiOB 4 eo.
In theae expenses. The capital stock, tha
report shows, was reduced J1,000.000, but
Just why and how ts not explained.
Following Is a comparison of the financial
statement of the road In Nebraska for the
years 19u6 and 190. the mileage being KlVi
each year, while the capital stock and divi
dends are applicable to the entire line:
Capital stock : J396.171.700 3.w!i.:i0
m akenger earnings Z.JHxI.Uil isji.121
Freight earnings 10.471. 7 U.ftv.itjT
rjarnuigs, other sources 1,37.M I.4S6.1M-S
lutai gross earnings...
Uteratiiig expenses In
Net earnings, Nebraska
Urs earnings per mile
Net earnings per mile..
The earnings shown Include all earnings
on both local and Interstate traffic. The
gross earnings on local freight and pas
senger traffic the report says, are about
1S.2 per cent of the total gross earnings
on all auch traffic in, through and over
the alate. "The net earnings shown are
found by deducting expenses of operation
and taxes from gross receipts. The road
claims they cannot be taken to represent
the actual net profit from the business.
The report divides the earnings and ex
penses of the main line and two branches
which go to make up the sywrn In Ne
braska aa shown below:
Main Line, 47. Miles Freight earnings.
fn,143,3U.tft; passengar earnings. f2.5u7.
1(; other earnings. $1,413,177.58; gross
earnings. liS.(.4.32 ef. operatinit expenses
and taxes, 7.iHtlti2.Sl: net earning S7.1!.
10.14, Kaxmngs per mile. gro, $s;,23oSL
Darnings per mile. net. 115. 9. 63
Kearney Branch. 6& 7 Miles Freight earn
ings. ti7.W3 M, paasenper earnings, tl.o4o.K3:
other earnings, t7.fl.62; grots earnings,
.5St0s; operating expenses and latn,
1H.7:167: net earnings (deficit). $:S,:s..4.
Fmlngs per mile, gross. $1.47.'$. F-.irn-Iiiks
rer mile (net deficit), tJu'.ir..
trr.aha Si Republican Valley Branches.
4 32 Miles Freight earnings. I.S7.U4 S-l ;
fassenrer earnlnits, $:y7.7 2": other urn
ngs. tuS.7S.iel: gruss earnings. S1.IM.'42.2'!:
operating expenses and taxes, tl,ZJ0.S22.26;
net earnings dtflciti. 'i iVKil. earnings
pr mile, gross. II 4S7.S4. tarnlngs per mile,
net (deOlt). H6L76.
The roid la now aaaeaaed at lao.MO a mile
Rtfrati t Teat RnllaK.
Tba regmu of the State university will
go Into the supreme court to test a ruling
of the state aodltor made this morning re
garding the payment of warrants ordered
drawn by tb boaxeL Auditor Searle ruled
that the antil the money was actually In
the state treasury te would sot Issue a
warraat oa a voucher filed by the rea-enta.
ThJe rullnoT la taaed oa the bill passed
by the leglsattura approfirlatlng 1 mill levy
ferlbo uoo of the onlTeratry. The bill reads
"proct ros (rota the 1 mlU Irry" shall bo
oa4 and Mr. Bearle bolda vr.ta tts money
la In the treasury theie are no proceeds.
Kagwut AUca la u( tXa opuUua tve rxliag
Our Prices Are Going to Talk!
THE most eloquent and convincing salesman In this store Is "PH1CK" If you are a Judce
of values and know what constitutes high grade apparel, he will speak to you In a lan
guage easily underatood. If you are not a Judge you may safely come here, for the clothes
miCK" sells for us will never disappoint you in their style, making or quality rather,
they'll make you wonder how you were ever satisfied with the common-place sorts of clothes.
When you buy shirts It costa no
more to buy the kind that fita
Our shirts fit as well aa our suits.
'We couldn't say any more In praUe
of 'them If we talked for a weea.
Stars $i.50 up
Manhattans $1.50 up
. & W.$2.50 up
B. S. Specials $i up
Ideals 50c up
Princely 50c up
t ' l:..n
FOR SPRING SUITS
At this price we offer you
an assortment of styles and
fabrics not to be found at
any other store. They come
In worsted, cheviots and
serges plain colors, checks,
overplalds and stripes and
cut in the very latest styles
they will surprise you when
you see them.
FOR SPRING SUITS
That are far superior to any
other store's $12 suits In
fact, an oqual quality sells
elsewhere at about $15
worsteds, cassltneres, chev
iots, beautiful patterns that
will fit you right, for they
were made by men who
know what "a fit" means.
FOR SPRING SUITS
It Is pretty generally con
ceded that our $15 suits are
without a peer In Omaha
some stores claim to have
suits Just as good we're sat
isfied to have you size them
up alongside other lines .
worsted, velours, casslmere.
cheviots, etc., snappy pat
terns made into beautiful
shape retaining garments
that fit jou right.
be. $1 up.
AT VARIOUS PRICES UP TO $35.00
We show you a line of spring suits that no other store In Omaha even attempts to show they can only be
compared to the best products of high-class tailors, but we don't charge you nearly so much a he does.
RAINCOATS! RAINCOATS! RAINCOATS!
The handiest coat a man can own dressy and chill excluding In dry weather and a sure shelter in a shower
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V.I i w .
OUR BEST HAT "ADS' .
ARE SEEN DAILY ON THE HEADS OF
We might advertise them constantly, but if
our hats did not back us up it wouldn't be long
until we'd be foun out instead of that we sell
more hats every season must be everybody is
Stetsons $3.50 up
Crofut & Knapp$3
Others down to $150
And the best
d ' " hat in Omaha.
CHILDREN'S SUIT BARGAINS
We have about 150
aulta at a decided bar
gain small lots of 2
plece suits, knee trous
ers 7 to 16 years
and Norfolks, Sailor
Blouse', Russian and
Buster Brown sizes
8, 4 and 5 years all
the newest fabrics and
colors and actually
worth up to $4 but
you're welcome to any
that will fit your boy
r PcTTX iio
Do you know what "seconds" are? They are the
goods that the inspectors at the mill find with flaws in
them we absolutely refuse to handle them lots of
Omaha stores do have them they sell them for 5c or
10c less than good goods can be sold for when you buy
"seconds" you're the loser not the merchant.
1st grade Balbrig
gan 50c up.
- - ivrivrrrrrmrrnnnnnnnjiruuL . .n.nji.i-u-iruxiuui.
of the auditor practically nullities the reg-- !
Istratlon law, which permits holders of
warrants to register them and draw inter
est when there is no money on hand to pay
l hem. He will bring- the matter before the
supreme court at once, probably through
Jones Iveeus His Job.
Will O. Jones, editor of the State Jour
nal, will not have to resign his position on
the Journal In order to take his new posi
tion. It deelops that Mr. Jones was one
of the men who made the Journal rule
that no employe of that paper could hold
or be an applicant for a political Job, and
now he Interprets it to mean a "salaried
Job." The nice place Mr. Jones Is about to
acoept only pays so much a day and travel
ing expense and this does not come under
the ban. Inaamuch as the Journal did con
siderable knocking on Senator Burkett last
winter some of the politicians are wonder
ing what It will do now with its editor on
the senator's staff.
No Rffeet oa Nebraska.
A telegram sent out from Washington to
the effect that the commissioner of the gen-
: eral land office had Issued Instructions to
I registers and receivers and local land of
flees permitting the various states to select
I school land In lieu of the land, in the for
i est reserves has occasioned numerous in
' qulrles at the office of Iand Commissioner
. Eaton. Nebraska has considerable land in
the forest reserves in this state, but there
will be no other land taken In lieu of this.
, At this time Nebraska has about 130 acres
; coming to it from the government, but
i that is all. The land Included In the for
' est reserves and belonging to the state and
leased is being used by the lessees, who
i have permission to go to and from the land
Minnesota falls braakaa.
Dr. Frederick E. Clements, professor of
botany in the University of Nebraska, to
day received a call to become the head of
the department of botany In the University
of Minnesota. It was announced unofficially
that Dr. Clements will accept.
Xorlknritcrs Asks for Halloa.
The Northwestern Railroad company,
through Its general agent, today asked for
I a ruling from the railway commission con
j cernlng shipments of sheep. Inasmuch as
federal lnsiectors of live stock refuse to
' puss Judgment upon any shipments made
I In future between points in the same state,
i Heretofore the national Inspectors have
i looked after all shipments, whether state
'or interstate. The sheep shipping season
has started, and the Northwestern author
ities are anxious to know whether their
road will be subject to prosecution under
state laws If it accepts animals for transit
Inside of Nebraska without their having
bten inspected. The commission waa un
prepared to answer and the matter is in
Impatient Walt for Jobs.
Teople down here are sighing and sighing,
and some patiently and some Impatiently
spend most of their time around the gov
ernor's office waiting for lightning to strike
and the axe to fall. But there Is nothing
doing. The governor is spending most of
his time attending board meetings and
looking after the details of his office, and
from all outward appearance he is less
concerned about dropping heads Into the
baskets and putting new heads on depart
ments than anyone else. In some Instances
the delay haa been caused by persons to
whom the executive has offered positions
wanting time to think the matter 'over. A
cumber of applicants, despairing of getting
a state Job, it is said, have gone back to
work, and If a lot more would do that.
It la understood, the governor would be
saved disappointing a whole lot of people.
Capital Cltr Briefs.
Volume 71 of the Nebraska supreme court
rpports has been received by Clerk Harry
Lindsay. Under the law enacted by the re
cent legislature these reports are now sell
ing for 2 each.
The Burlington today asked permission
of the State Railway commission to be per
mitted to put In a lower sand rate between
Bouth Bend and other points to conform
to the rates from Louisville.
H. R. Zll by Gllem of "Red Willow Is
said to be no good because It failed to carry
with It a repealing clause. This bill, which
was passed and approved, provides that
abstracters shall give surety bonds and
provides a penalty for abstracters not
The city campaign took on a little life
today when a. new ticket was Injected Into
the proceedings by the anti-saloon league
advocates. This ticket Is composed of
George W Schrotherger for mayor and
Louis Hompes and W. B Howard for ex
cisemen. All of the men are well known
claiming Parrlsh waa at the Damon home,
eight miles from Sterling, at the time the
checks were passed. Numerous witnesses
were examined today on both sides and the
case will be continued tomorrow.
TRAVELING MEN OCT IN FORCE
Two Ho ad red and Fifty at the Hast
' lag! Meet In a.
HASTINGS. Neb.. May .-Special Tele
gram. ) About 260 traveling men are here
attending the tenth annual grand council of
the United Commercial Travelers. The
gathering Is said to be the largest In the
history of the order In this state. The
ceremonies began with a parade this morn
ing, which was led by C. J. Miles, pest
supreme counselor, and Latwls E. May of
Fremont, grand counselor.
The opening session was held at U o'clock
and was opened with prayer by Grand
Chaplain Hiram B. Harrison. An address
of welcome was delivered by Mayor Miles
snd response on behalf of the visitors was
given by Lewis E2. May. Another session
was held this afternoon and tomorrow
morning the convention will close with the
election of officers and the selection of the
place for the next meeting.
This afternoon the visiting women were
entertained by the a omen of the Hastings
council. Tonight the entire party went on
a special train to the hospital for the in
sane, where the visitors were guests of the
local council at a reception and dance. A
banquet In town late tonight closed the
Kerr of Nebraska.
COLUMBUS Columbus is to have a
streit carnival next month.
PLATT8MOUTH Mrs. Peter Peterson,
aged 65 years, parsed away Thursday.
COLUMBUS Warner Glur lias sold his
cigar factory and good will to V. H. Town.
BliATKIOE Several cases of moaslea
were reported to the authorities yester
day. BEATRICE The new Christian church
at Blue Sittings will be dedicated Sunday,
SEWARD August Ingold sold his 20
acre farm near Goehner to Paul Schullz
for 192 an acre.
BEATRICE The Virginia Banker Is the
name of a new weekly paper published at
Virginia, this county.
CAMBRIDGE George W. Belders of
Broken Bow and Miss Eva Olmstead of
this city were united In niarrluze Wrdnu.
I BEATRICE The new lant of the Beat
rice Gas and Power company will be com
I pleted and ready for business in about six
1 week a
, BEATRICE Ellis has organised a base
. ball team for the season, with Dick t'ar
I penter as captain and M. C. Carpenter
; as manager.
I BEEMER Grandma Blumer, aged
'. died at the home of her daiiKhU-r. Mrs.
Kdwln Albright, at an early hour today.
Funeral Sunday afternoon.
COLUMBUS Judge O'Brien sold the
bankrupt stock of Fr-d Asche yesterday
and It was purchased by the owner of the
store building, V. Teraslnskl, for $.0w.
BEATRICE A Urge racoon was killed
In the east part of the city last night.
The animal had feasted on a number of
fowls m that section of Uwn before It win
HUMBOLDT John M. Bmrkman. the
Weil known retired larmer-polltlcian of tins
city, suffered a stroke of apoplexy this
morning and Is lying In a critical condition
at his home.
H L'M BOLDT Mrs. Harold Smith of Uni
versity Place died yesterday Ht the home
of her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph
Snethen of tills city, after an illness of
atiout a year.
PLATTS.MOUTH The Cass county mort
gHg record for Arrll shows the amount
of farm mortgaKea tiled to have lxen
X0; released. Sjo.tvo. On city property, ji'J
S; released, H.Sfc.
BEATRICE children playing with
matf-hes tame r.ear canning the destruction
of the home of Ell Stevens by flr rcT
tlay morning. The flames w re extinguished
befor- murh danm?- temilteti.
TABLE ROCK -Joseph Harmon, who
lived In this vicinity for a great many
years, died at his home mar BurlitiK,iinn,
Kan., where he removed some three or
four years since, on Tuesday lajst.
ANSLEY Last evening Harva' Good
enough wan arrested for running a pool
hall in violation of the village ordimmee.
It is understood that the legality of tha
law governing pool halls passed, by tha
recent legiijluture will be tested.
OAKLAND Frank Henacn, a young rriaa
livlntr K'.uth of town, wa. taken befora
the insanity loard at Tekaniah Thursday
and adjuded insane and ordered sent it
the a lum at NorfoUt. He has been sub
ject to tits all his life, but lias lately be
come violet Ireane.
KEATKICH-Rev. and Mrs. lwln Booth
were surprised yesterday at the home of
Mrs. H. G. Day by the Wrrrnan's asocla-
(Continued on Sixth Page.
IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS
when you eat
The Delicious Brain FowL
H "There's tv Reavien
IIKHMAN BOCHE IS STILL AT LARGE
Two Sheriffs, a Constable aad Depatr
Coallaae fceiarrh for Marderer.
NORFOLK, Neb.. May J. (Special Tele
gram.) The night a search for Herman
Hoc he was fruitless and the two sheriffs,
constable and deputy returned early today
to their man hunt.
No trace of the slayer of Jarmer has
been found since he was shot at yesterday.
Homes of relatives have been searched
in vain and Uie woods about the Bocte
farm have betn arwured again and again,
but Boche, If he is still in this vicinity,
has eluded ervery effort to locate him.
Fornery Case at Trenmeli,
TECUMSEH. Neb. May a 'Special Tele
gram.) The case of the state against El
mer Damon ar.d Lee parrlsh on a forgery
charge Is being hexd la the county curt
here. Damon and Parnah. young men re
siding In Veaia, are accused of forging
two cheeks, each for UZ, on the Stats
bat-k ax Vaata and airnizg the nam of O.
L. Damen. father of Elmer Daoicn. ts
.Lm. The checks wera cashed at the two
banks at eterilng by Parrlsh, it Is alleged.
Tha dafsioM is ekli.g xa srgrs aa aUul,
Does your back ache? Do you get
up lame In the morning? Do you feel
dull and tired? Does it hurt you to
bend over, to lift, anything, to get up
from a chair? 'Do you have sudden
"catches" or stitches of pain in the
back? Does a dull throbbing ache
settle In the small of your back and
bother you day and night? Do you
sometimes feel that you simply cannot
If you do have backache, be careful
not to make the very common mistake
of treating It as a muscular trouble.
Do not rub the sore place wit.h lini
ment nor put on plasters, for the seat
of the trouble la inside In the kid
neys, which lie just beneath the small
of the back, on either side of the spine.
A cold, a chill, a fever, overwork,
overeating or overdrinking may start a
slight congestion or Inflammation In
i the kidneys that will at once Interrupt
the kidneys' work of filtering the
! blood. It is this condition that sets up
the aching and makes your back so
You cannot make any mistake by
treating the kidneys at once, for It Is
these small troubles that lead to
dropsy, diabetes and Hright's disease.
If there Is any doubt In your mind that
tie kidneys are affected, notice the
urine for a few days. If passages are
irregular, painful or too scanty, discol
ored or full of sediment, the kidneys
need help right away, and there Is no
other medicine more helpful than
Dean's Kidney Pills, a simple remedy
for the kidneys, yet so powerful that
it quickly cures the cause and so ends
all the painful and annoying symptoms.
Home testimony proves the unfailing
merit of Doan's Kidney Pills.
Mrs. M. Tosney of 162 5 Dorcas St..
Omaha, Neb., Bays: "It Is seven years
ago since I gave a statement telling
what great benefit Doan's Kidney Pills
had given in my case. I Buffered so se
verely from backache that at times I
could scarcely move, and to stoop was
an utter impossibility. To add to my
misery, trouble with the kidney secre
tions of a most aLLoyiag and disturb
ing nature existed. My husband pro
cured Doan's Kidney lMlls for rue. This
grand remedy not only proved effective
from the very first, but in a very short
time removed the cause of the trouble,
thus effecting a complete and radical
cure, and I want the people of Omaha
to know that that cure has be.-n per
manent. Doan's Kidney Pills are as
good as gold. Ab a kidney medclne
they have no equal."
MOAN'S EODNEY PILLS.
FOrr R-M IL rJKM CXX. BuSak. K. Y Proprietor.
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