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SUNDAY BEE: MAY 12, 1007,
?:,UZ2LE CASESGET IN COURT
ajlegs4 VlolatleaS ! Mrr'i IT el,
satlm Art Breve tit Before
f" Merer ". what nextT Mayor Dahlman
Ion learning that a dng woarlng a munlt
road bitten Tom Hollister, lawyer, at Six
jreenth and Wirt etrseta Batnrday afternoon.
Mall Cantor Heed M bitten by a doff
(chained at 161S Hickory street
( Proeeetitlons for falxura t conform with
JMayor Dahlman's proclamation regarding
it ha tnusillng of dog era entering tho
regular business of the police court. City
tFrosecutor Daniel Friday swore oat com
tllnts against D. X Chrlstenson, lie North
ffwsnty-fifth avenue; J. W. Griffith, B2S
Cumlng street, and Thomas Rockafellow,
tttll Franklin street, while another com
plaint wa filed Saturday morning against
w. W. Plerson. WOT Cecatur etreet. and a
lease agalnet George Williams, Thirteenth
Vnd Chicago atreets, u called before
Judge Crawford and continued until Hon
The matter of tho Hereon dog waa the
Ixnost serious reported. The complaint
'stated a 2-year-old child In a family named
McGovtrn, living near the Plerson home,
Waa badly bitten about the legs by the
tooir and that the boy la In a critical con
dition, not only from the wounds, but from
hock of fright. No prosecution will . 6e
'made In the case, however. It la under
stood, If Plerson will conaent to have the
Wog killed. It waa not believed the dog
Waa mad, but Chief of Police Donahue
advised the family to have a doctor make
Several complalnta of unmuxxled dogs
came from the vicinity of Twenty-fourth
and Locust street, and a white bull dog
yriB said to be frightening passers-by at
Twenty-ninth and Leavenworth streets
Friday night, growling at them, but of
fering to do no further mischief. The
animal was not muzzled.
Dr. George L. Miller was In police court
Saturday morning to witness the proceedings.
Diamonds Mawhlnney A Ryan Co.
Have Boot print It.
3 A"" $4
XV AXi TH1
Hade to Fit Tour Fset.
Walk-Over Shoe Store
1121 FARNAM STREET
ED. B. THOMPSON,
The Walk-Over Man.
will give you a very good Idea of rvhat It
will cost to have your cleaning and dying
done by ua:
Dry Cleaning Dying and
and Pressing Pressing
.SO Plain Waists II. 00
.75 Silk Waists 1.00
.75 Plain Skirts 1.50
1.00 Platted Skirts 2.00
1.25 Skirt and Drop 2.00
1.00 Jackets (short) 1.60
1.00 4 Length, lined 2. GO
1.50 Length, unllned t.50
Dry or Steam Clean- Cleaning, Dying
Ing and Pressing
1.60..... Overcoats t.DO
1.00... Ulsters (heavy) 1.00
' .10 Neckties -
We guarantee our work first-class in
very respect and give you prompt service.
Wagons to all parts of tha city. Try us.
1513 Jones St.
Tel. Douglas M3
Did You Lose the Chance
To get some of the bargatna we of
fered laat week. If so, don't lose the
ones we offer today and next week:
$3.00 Ladles' Whirling tipray Syr
75c Fountain Syringe, I pipes... 47o
tbo Oraves' Tooth Powder Ho
850 Tooth Brush 17o
2o Dentlfoam 14a
JE.O Hand brush 16c
U'c Hand Rubber Comb 27o
l.owney'a Candy, box 3o
Villains' bhavlng Stick Vo
New bargains every day. Watch our
HOWELL DRUG CO.,
Blgtenth and Capitol At.
Kills Dandelions and all noxious
weeds. A bent spout can full roudy
for use. clears the average lawn.
At your dealera, tl.OO. If he does
not handle It have him order it.
Thoroughly competent Buyer and
Manager (or our Linens, White Goods,
Wash Goods. Domestics, Blanket and
Comforts. Stata references, age and
salary expectations. Applications con
JL 1XTLX.SOX, Car of Tha May Co.,
St, Louis, Mo.
BIG CUT PRICE SALE
Special for Today and
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$3.00 Photos for, per doten. . . 75t
6.60 Cabinet Thotos, pr clos.R2.50
For tha next 60 days wa will maka
any size photo for one-halt our reg
$10 Photos for, per dot $5.00
$7 and $8 Photos for, per dos.jh3.50
$5 Photos for, per dot ipii.SO
We will reproduce your Photo on
neckties, handkerchiefs or sofa pillows.
Also Bromide Enlargements at halt
Examfnt Out Work
Get Our Prttt$
Work of tfas Farts Studio.
PARIS STUDIO CO.,
Open Sunday Phona Rod 4502
Order .-' a 11c iiiiwu -j t 1
You know that if you want an attractive home that you
must have attractive wall papers and that no matter how
fine the paper is unless an expert does the hanging it will
Is a hobby of ours to sell paper of the latest shade and col
oring, at the lowest price and to hang it so that none can
detect the joint.
is the time when spring is here to have it done. Don't
wait. Our stock was never better. Never more complete,
and we were never in a position to give you better service.
109 S. 14th. Tel. Douglas 43
" Mn.iuiium in i I m ii Diimmlyii uiiil..! ,im "
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A ST ORE PERFECTLY EQUIPPED
Courtney's la so complete In every way so will conduct
ed and stocked with such high character good that
purchases made here are sura to give every satisfaction.
OUR PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE
Enables us to reach you quickly with your orders. Our
new suburban wagon facilitates the delivery of goods to
Dundee, Council Bluffs, South Omaha and Florence.
This wagonmakes Dundee every morning Council
Bluffs Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons
South Omaha Tuesday.and Friday afternoons Florence
COURTNEY'S IS CONDUCTED IN A
STATE OF SANITARY PERFECTION
All meats, fruits and vegetables are kept free from taint,
free from dirt, free from dust of the street.
BETTER THINGS TO EAT FOR LESS MONEY
ASK ANYONE WHO BUYS HERE.
Phont Douglaa 6i7.
Private Exchange con
nects all D partmenta.
17th and Douglas
Speca Clearance of Spring Suits
$15 and $18
Hart, Schstfner Cr Marx Suits
$20 and $25 Values
THE RELIABLE STRB
Styles ' i
Good enough for the finest
home, and cheap enough for
the poor men's home. The
best food ,and ice-keepers
wade, prices from $9.00 up.
Splendid sizes at $12.50 and
$15.00. Cash or payments.
7 HEATH & WILLIAM'S
Paint for outside work. ,
Paint for inside work.
Paint for porches.
Paint for floors.
Paint for chairs.
Paint for window screens
Paint retailed at prices
guaranteed equal to price
made, prices from $9.00 up.
houses. We sell more paint
than all other North Omaha
houses put together.
John Hussie hardware Co.
2407 Cuming St.
"If job buy lUJ-HussIe, It's right."
This store baa a display of
Spring Oxfords that will Interest
every woman In this community.
It's going to. be a great season
for Low Cut Shoes. There's not
a good style of Oxforda or Ties
that we are not showing In splen
IT'S it BEAUTY
Patent Kid, Corona Colt and all
Oxfords, Ribbon Ties, Pumps,
etc. Every dainty style.
$3.00. $3.00, $4.00 to $5.00.
FRY SHOE CO.
Ill IIOISI '
16th and Douglas Streets.
Offlcs hours, t oo to a. m.. 12:00 it .
p. in. Telethons Harney U.
OMAHA VETERINARY .HOSPITAL
SSIO Maaaa Street. Oaaah. Nab.
H. L. RamacrlottI, D. V. 8., Deputy Stat
and City Veterinarian. Food lnipethr.
Chief Surseon. V. C. Scott, D. V. JJ., Hce
Vfe are offering- s X.ailUs' Oboe
higher la perfection and lower In
pries than we ever thourht possible.
We eell shoes sood shoes for wo
men at other prk-ea. but thoso who
are exacting and demand the Iext
there Is for the money, we 4.fur to
Ladies' Digh Grade
Shoes lor $3.50
Ten different styles to select from.
All dainty and attractive In shape
and ao constructed aa to oifor tho ut
most comfort and style.
We have them In all leathers
turned or welt soles medium or ex
treme Cuban heels, also Louie XIX
heel styles mostly oxfords In pumps
sailor ties blucher and two or
three low buttons.
They are by far the swellest and
most dressy models In footwear ever
brought to your attention worth
more, but our price Is S.60.
Drexel Shoe Co.
.1419 Farnara St.
-PATENTS that PROTECT
Miss 1C1 th.nrm D 0. t.ts. 18 X I
oawpbill'i ion otnrrrma
gets lmniion results without the cost of
irrl cation on the dry land of the Semi-Arid
West. No fad or theory; every claim dem
onstrated and proven by years of experi
ments and big orop yields. Sure crops end
big cro(e where others failed. Salvation of
the I'ry Country. Manual telle all item
lit and easily within reach of every intelli-
igenn larmrr. eena 10 crnts for Bti Culture
Almanac and ask for free circulars which
will splainaJl. Prcf. H. W Campbell.
April 80 to Nov. 80.
JAMESTOWN TERCENTENNIAL EXPOSITION
16-day ticket, $35.00.
CO-day ticket. $43.95.
Season ticket, $50.50.
' May 80 to Jane 8.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J $34.00
Annual Meeting- American Medical Association.
May 12 to 16 and 10 and 20.
COLUMBUS, OHIO $20.60
General Assembly Presbyterian Church of America.
July 4 and 6.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. . . . '. 31.15
Triennial Conclave Knights Templar.
July 11 to 13.
' PHILADELPHIA, PA $32.75
Annual Meeting Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.
STEAMSHIP tickets t,o all points.
Detailed information gladly furnished upon application
at City Ticket Office, 1402 Farnam St., or write,
District rasseuger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Think Twice Before You Buy
And let that thought bo to see Haydcns' offerings first. You can
buy Clothing at less price, but they will not show the quality and
style and workmanship.
There's not a flaw in these garments at $15 and $18.
Style, workmanship and fit shows tho handwork of a master
tailor. Sale all week.
BESIDES THESE WE ARB
SHOWING MANY OTHER
SPECIAL CLOTHING i
More showing of other special
Suit bargains, at
$10 and $12
Hoys' Long Pants Suits, worth to .
$12.50, all latest styles and pat
$6.50 and $7.50
Children's Knee Pants Suits,
worth to $o; complete assort
ment of styles
$2.50 and $2.95
Greatest stock of Children's
Children's Wash Suiis
in Omaha, all new goods
A OOOS TOAST SXaESTEl TEI
Always popular because It la pleas
ant, refreshing and appetising'.
aattar Brewlnf Co- Bo. Omaha, Fhoas
Omaha Headquarters: HUGO F. BILX. 14th and
rwiuxiiui Tl Ijouc Co. Bluff s Hoadauarters:
ain St.. TeL SO. LEE MITCHEL.U. 101X Mi
SpMdllr n prmnDtlr cur4 br INDIAN SALVH,
th treatut remtiljr vr dtBcorrd for BlOOD
POISON. GANmceNIC, POISONOUS BITES. CA-N-CEK,
INDIAN SALVE U purelr vegeUbU, noa-polwn-ou.
tat n b Ukts luUrullr ml 4 ap
Don't waits your ttms and mosr MiMrlmcntlDi
with wortblesa lmtutiou. Your mooajr rofuadvd
11 wo do not offeut s cure.
On uli at all druggtata, or will bo seat sudor
plain aoaled wrappor upon roeolpt of $1.00.
CprCT A aamplo box. Juat onough to eonrlnco
,ou oi S( (rrat merit of I.tDIAN hauvb,
will bo aont to you trro upon rerejpt of 10c, whleb
paya for tbo eoat of mailing. Wa will a'.ao oood
ynu our booklet on general dlaeaoea, and tcatlmo
nlala. INDIAN SALVH HKMKIHK8 CO., loo..
21 Oatea Ave., Brooklra, N. T.
Schaefor Cut Price Druggiat.
16th and Dong-las Bts4 Omaha, Xb.
BAILEY & MACH
Third Floor, Pax'orv Clock
Highest Grade Dentistry.
WATCH FOB THE CARO MAN!
Not the "a card man" but the Wahoo
Kan who Is calling at every house In
Omaha, South Omaha ana council taunt,
with a rebate card eood for 75 cents.
This oard and 26o gets a dollar bottle of
Wahoo a remedy guaranteed undor the
pure rood taw.
This sale lasts only a short time and
In order to get the medicine for Z5o you
must have the card.
The Wahoo man left some cards with
us, so that peonle whom he ails to find.
can call here for the card and get the
meaicme, just tne name.
Bay! Qo Aut Corns or Bttnlonat
If so try Dr. woofter'a remedy and If
not satisfied with results, come (fit your
We have never seen a corn cure which
has been so satisfactory and which has
sold as this one has.
Do you know we have our own messen
gers and deliver anything we sell ab
solutely izse and glad to do It?.
S C.1tl6f6r S Ut Dn," Stores
Omaha Cor. 15th and Douglas Bis.; 16th
and Chicago Pts. Booth Omaha N. w
Cor. 24th and N Sta. Council Bluffs 5th
Ave. and Main 8ts.
Ths druggists who don't have to sub
of teeth with VIT1LIZED AIR u abso
lute In every case.
VV make it and Is always fresh,
therefore causing; no after effects.
: Try it the next time you want a tooth
TAFTS DENTAL ROOMS
HIT Douglas Ctreei.
Copjright 1907 bf
Hart SciafTrjcr ts" Marx
35c to $1.50
M HKYDENS' SM
Set with Jade, Amethyst, Pearl and Rhinestone. Is
the correct fashion. We have a variety of styles in
Shell and Amber ? hades. Also the plain mountings In
gold and gold filled. Prices range from 75c to V6.00.
Spend a few minutes In our store. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1516 Douglas Street.
Thta la your opportu
nity to maka the trip to
San Francisco and Los
Angeles at this remark
ably low rata.
to May 18 and Juno B to 15, 1987
round-itrlp ticket, wlfl
be on sale at abort
points. These tickets art
good in either Pullman
palaoe or tourist aleep
lnt; oars and offer all
the advantages ot tht
Through Train Scrvlc
For full information
crrr ticket office,
1324 Farnam 6t
'Phont Douglas IS4.