Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 18, 1912, Page 6, Image 6
If a Suit doesn't FIT, and if my own tailors cannot ALTER it PROPERLY, I'll NOT let you have the suit at all. Negative advertising isn't the kind I want! When I succeed In placing a suit on the back of a new cus tomer. the suit MlSi FIT: must be LARGE enough: SMALL enough: TIGHT enough or LOOSE enough, as the case may require. If the garment doesn't FIT when vou try it on. I pass it over to my REAL tailors on the premises, who will alter it to FIT PROPERLY if it CAN be altered at all. $15,$20,$25 for Suits that fit you in a really genteel way. 1V Massive Colonial Library Table Knapp Felt Hals Sold Here? n :i ; im i i , ..n. mmum mi i it vh ut kiiii. ji Stre nc I that fit you in a really genteel way. PKM I 'c!ock Vr" ffiisi I Knapp Felt Hats Sold Here? Ye, Indeed! j I l I Note the low prices for xtl ' 61' I fi3 Saturday only. Manhattan Shirts Too? Oh to be Sure! flfjP' SfS&f" mmm Zf I Socety granrf Clothes? Most Certainly! jCST J jflvfijl Adjustable F'PSB 1 r&mmrt Mwm Wss$ window . I- 11)1 w mjvi 1 ISO Screens ;fl3i MJJ IkAHIwX My windows are fuU of j TOTg ' fi$H i JL. Corner Sixteenth and Harney St.. S."" MT J 4 ROOMS FINISHED y3 WMM- x completely fnrTlu hi .fduceo Colonial Dresser L& A & ig & jJ 1 S KB:t7W;t fP fc Handle Colonial dealt., large K JO !5SSE?2!!M W M Lfe French pla., m.rror. 2 iarge and : - U M 1 V ll w.iwi HI- Maras aW'fl .toaaiii tfc . 4Vj I amall drawers. Comes In American P I --tfrfjmfinfiJ K "' '" v., l f) ! quartered oak or mahogany nn- " I L. II 1lEf'iCCftv St i r i n t sxrxsrtid 75 5 He 5ra fiWltS II V Ti. 5-5v- X. HI ! 1 ' Ml II I lilV-KI HAKinUl f" rnrn WT.LTCk,"L,- im na at rji ill i wivh jw u 1(PV !M I Sol S (Q) 0O (PN) j TERMS VV $1.00 Ch VJJ' I $1 M.nthly This table is just as presented in the illustration. It is a hand some design and beautiful in its simplicity. There are no carvings and the entire surface is brilliantly polished. Has large drawers with wood pulls and broad shelf. Extra massive throughout. A piece of furniture that will beautify any home. Made in American quar tered oak. The most remarkable value ever offered for the money. For Saturday only, one for each customer. You cannot duplicate this value elsewhere; screen measures 24 inches wide and ex tends from 21 to 33 inches; made of the best of material and priced for Saturday at this exceedingly low price. i8l r .-el urn, 83 1 W i ar Colonial Chiffonier Be Proud of Your Table Silver Wm. Rogers 8c Son Silver is the pride of many a housewife, and you can have a set of it without cost by saving coupons and certificates. Coupons like the one printed below will get you all the teaspoons. Omaha merchants whose names appear here will give you certificates with purchases made of them for all the other pieces. All coupons must be brought to The Bee to be exchanged. Begin saving coupons now! By Trading With These Merchants and Reading The Bee to you continually from many vn mill hv mint certificates coming ourcea. Thua, under thla co-opcratl e plan. ou will be able to secure the. tDtlre set and many extra pieces or this nanasonie m. guaranteed Table Silver within a very short time. Lei i atart you. Clip the coupon :uw. Watch the ads of these merchants daily, certificates. Kogers A Son i good impulse Visit their stores and get AMF.KHMX THEATER Cor. nl IfcnigUs Sis. KM O WW WIXO COMPANY UnulmarU and Krug Ave. MIS8 l:l TLKK. MII.MNKKV 1312 luugUs, 2d KkKr. BRAM'EIS H.ORI8T DEPT. Brandrit Mores. I LILS-MLLON NKBRA8KA Kl EI, COMPAXT 812 South IHih St. NEW KNGLANII 1IAKEK (O. lieavenwnrth. anil 2IU .. IHth SI. H1LLKK LlglOlt COMPANY ClilU Karnam SI. MM.KATH STATIONERY CO 1 1'JI Karnam Si. 0 I .No. 7. Clip This Coupon Omaha Bee Daily Coupon Satarday, May is. URIG CO.. 16th and Karnam Streets. Clip This Coupon Yearly Subscription Coupon Omaha Bee $14.50 GUARANTEED 10 YEARS. Two-Inch Post Brass Beds Made to match dresser opposite: has i roomy drawera with wood pulla and French plate mirror, with Col onial base and legs, never sold for less than $22.00; for Saturday only FREE Btantiful Baby Plait with Every Co-Cart tint ilincc st this lllustratmn. thm read the onWfil offcrlnn. -" anv cither More In Ornsha offer "-h Induremf nt. Thin elegant br" hrH ,0niPK In a beautiful Mtm finish In all lze Hvae hevy 5-lncn pnntsi. hvv .roes l.r nn.l five ',-lni-n riners .Mine with anifle steel nupportii anil l'1e ratln. Wonderfully trooc and tnuitisome. For Saturdsy only $9.90 White Enameled Refrieratir Thin aWiton'B neMl (llgTn llmv patent drip cup and manv other hvffUiili- fAturaa Havrdwoorl C . britu trlmmlmtn fill with mineral wool and white en ameled lined, ext eed- liiclv econnmit i for Kaiurnay at nea wun mine' $5.95 1414-1416-1418 DOUGLAS ST One-Motion Go-Cart Made In a very pretty design of best ten.pered steel. Has havy ruphloii rubber tires with 10-tm-n wheelii Ail parts of body are metal lias run recuninK brk and adlustabl dh a great bar gain at l$4.85 jJJ1111lljBaaiaaja;aaBj 1 This coupon when presented with the four others consecutively numbered, and 10 cents to cr.ver the j CYMt VI . .. Rogers t Son guaranteed Teaspoi o'. he Necve saira pattern. Out of town readers will add c extra for poslago. Th ceupn when properly slimed and presented at the office of the I'maha Bee (or mailfd by ituwe rest.l InaT out ' town) wilt bring to the holder full inform tion how evr- hon.e n wire a full Jozen Wm Wg era A Son fuaranteeU Teaspoons at once Aleo. the aener will leelve a free caialofcue of M ptecea of this t ioeher with the number of tou pvn and verttfuates rcMutrvd for each pteva and the uaines ol Omaha finns Issuing them to tna public OLD OFFICERS RE-ELECTED Annual Meeting of Nebrwka Chil dren's Home Society Held. SDPT. ttPIVEY GIVES ADDEESS Baslaru Meetlaa la HeU Paitoai Hotel, ooa4ar Laac Preced ! OUpoaal of Boatlne Matters. Flattrnn repute were made and !' old nfflrera were re-elected at the annual ! meeting of the Nebraska Children's Home j norlrty. held Wednesday at the I'axion ! hotel. The business session u pre U-eded by a noonday luncheon, i President Alfred C. Kennedy I the rhalr and the routine matters Interspersed nth music and Interesting julhs. Mrs. Rudd contributed two mln land Rev. Mirks of Pes Moines delivered an address Reports of tne treasurer ai.u mnerintendeiil were made. Following are the offlrers Stale offli-er - President. Alfred I Kennedy. tmiaha. vice president. F. I Haller. Omaha, secretary. I'. S. fain.- I Uncoln: treamrer. J. V. Thoma?, box 'hS. Omaha: auditor. Henry A. 8nw. Omalia. 5tale superintendent. Rev. E. P giuve. Omaha, attorney .. Psldrise : ilBord of Omaha. T. F. A William-. Lincoln l Executive Committee-Rev. T J. a1' ka. F. I. Haller. Alfred C. Kenned:' K 11. J Klrx'hstein. Rev. B. craw ford. D. P.: Rev. Frederick T lious-;. Rv. J S1. Ebersole. i Board of Trustees H H T I lli. kiv lr. E. C. Crawford. D. l I Rev H. J Klrschsteln. Rev. I. P. l-ud J'den. P. P. Lincoln. F. L. Haller. Rev I 'Nathaniel McOiffln. P P. Rev. J s f SCHOOLS ENTER CAMPAIGN 1 Superintendent Graff Sends Out Cir cular on Know Omaha. th public Generally, the number of chil dren e har been able to pUre tn nxd home, and by so dotna; we have been able to make r manv happy he.irt? hv brlnainc toKeiher thr homlcs child and the childless home, th unpleasant I part is verv rnii- h -herlshed, for e re- member that we ha.r teen feM.nR the EXCURSIONS ARE TO BE MADE hungry and cloinm; the nkeet " and have a rtaht to claim the promts or Htm who haf aald. lf you will gio a i up of cold water in my name." Gratitude im Kaprrssed. "In closing 1 wish to express my grati tude to all who have a?i-itni In making it possible to whtch e have the pajti many friends mho hae remembered this work in the giving of ihetr means, to the rlerify of ihe ?tite o-rin hnf rl-.n ititr unrktrs the rnitrtcsv was tn , . ... . . .1,, in(rr.J. or inr nonierpf-s miun ti , in- yi which lias always been willing to give both time and spj e. as well at- editorial endorsement to asUi in raring fr the homeless children: to the medical profes sion for afcfiMamv and ,.d U - in th ir special line?, find to all who have ren dered the help which has made u pos sible for the society lo accomplish the results of the year s work, to ail !liee we wl?h to eprc? our heartfelt thanks and gratitude. "In looking forward to the ear to come, 1 do so wtih very mu-h encourage- I ment. for by the genroii! a s. Stance 'endorsement i-f the public we h icsrect to accomplish a great practical " hrlMian work in Omaha t ommerclal ollege Makea i Trip o Ihe smelting orka -r reach era to Take t p the Plan. Puperintndent Li. I . Uraff his sent crtmptish the Rrcctt work i circular letter to nil principals of schools. jean tn our ; urjiiiit them to join with the Commercial to generously and architects, will construct the theater. which will seat more tfan a thousand people and will be equivalent to a four story structure. and an'l club in th.; 1 Know umaha Better' cam paign. Principals ie requested to call the at tfiitiou of the children to the articles In the daily press dealing with Omaha. The nvinner in which the material should be presenteil is ! ft with the principals Interest in the campaign has become mnie aitUe and the promoter.-, of the protect are securing prompt apfistance. . a start to th campaign the Omaha Cnnunerciad college students went Thurs day afternoon on a tour of the smelter. EM-orted by the tea hers of the school and wtih th fupertntendents at the Miielfer as cice rones they learned some thing of the greatest metal refinery In the I'mtfd Htateft. The home tiade r vurstoiift.of the Com niennl dub Thursday afternoon also has Iveen classified in the course of studies r amount of j jor Knowing Omaha. the e;ir to j y Kenned?, chairman of the civic come than in the ear .lust past, bv taking these homeless children, who. in man si. n- 1 till...' k I feaH 1t.feole it. i .mhi Kennedy. Onrge Aidrlch. Fairmont. C Same tttfH and No.. . Poatoffk tf yow Ut u ta city briaf juwr coaptii to th offtca of Tba I I I I I I aadnM Postofflc Thla offar appllaa to .T.rjoas. wbstbsr a praaaat aubscribar to tha BSB or aot. : Mrs M I lh tlsst I I .-a arp starina for the love lllC Bjldngc. Rev I fcster fath(,r anj mother anl flacf j thsm hr thry shall rccrl- not oniy Ithat which strcnsthen the body hut that I lova and cars which blicvc Is the just 1 due to every homeless i hlld. and ly so I doing co-operate with Hint w!h ha said -Leave your fatherless children and I will care for them,' and has promised to he a Father to the fatherless. SIOUX CITY OFFICIALS SAY OMAHA STREETS ARE DIRTY Home circulation brings advertising returns The Bee reaches twice as many homes as any other Omaha paper. You can cover Omaha with only one paper R Arderson. Lincoln; Rev. J. P. Bora. Waiifa. John Pale. Rev. Frederick T F. Harpnam. Dr J P. lord. E. Quivey. superintendent of he Beatrice district, gave a very inter line talk, showing conditions from which .hl'.dren are sometimes ra.elved and how the society .stable to better j rmdition of their condition !im Kyle ot tne iiai-i-) , . talk on te work m her dtawu. hy ,he following notice publif-hed l Awimlttre ! ppolated. I ln a piou ity paper: Rv a .,te of the soviet v the chair was! Th sire i of Sioux t'tt art- -leaner nit.Ariared to aoiotnt a committee on ( than the etect the committee in charge of the campaign, re ported i!iat ninny letters from preachers and pne.tf are coming in eery mail. ea h promising to tart the week at hif chun-h with , 5 rni'-n or discourse on Omaha. I'robab'y none will talk on Omaha-made good. or elucidate the work ins of lactone? and the like, but prac tically all wilt talk on Omaha from edu-c-atlonai. governmental and sociological 5tanilpoit at Wast. legiflatien. ln -omg his report State !iiipTintndcnt Qui,cy aid. ln look;ng back over the work of the lai year I do -o ith ery much ptea-; ure. for while it ha?, in many as. been a ftrenuo'-jji 1 ear work. r--iving ?o many children and looking after and as sisting many rae where we did not re- i reive ihm. and the fact of the very se- j vcre winter, which iiKrcased the ork ; and maale the .onditJns very unpleasant, tn thin particular part of the work. Yet when I consider what ha been ac-m- j pUtbot fey la htargr co-operatioa of of o-nai a -nd f iimihi dei-laree t'ounctlman K. lev had of the street department hais returned fron. th-w- h went with Oitv Smith to inspect paMna Thf Pouth Omaha re-ts Mr. said, look like they had not pe-n this Trine Omaha Mteefs but do not come standard, he asserted. He fie.- tfcl.re Kvaineer Krcd t ef.ley r leaned leaner, i up to the Siojh City GRADING HAS STARTED ON THE NEW WEST BOULEVARD firadin of the new outer boulevard. through the property donated by J. E. lieorse. has btn started by O. V. Con don TI tr.-t mil be graded from Ueavenw on1- -trcct, m-ar Ulmood park, t... a point norrh of Harpy Hollow club This ork i.- to be ftn'shed by October i t necesiitat'- the removal of W.OO cub!.- ya'ds of earth The bouleard lll f-m i- : fet wide, a'l .tdltl in cxc-CJ- of '.' f.-ft to be parked Calendar Complete for H. S. Graduates The calendar of a tivttles for th Omaha High school senior class for th remainder of the present school year wa dided upon Friday afternoon at a meet ing of the upper classmen held In the a embly room at the school. Commence ment exercises will be. held Friday even inf. June 14, at the Brandels theater, when about .35 students will be given diploma. In addition to arranging dates for thr different activities for the rest of the school term, tickets were glen out for the class play, " Royal Famtb," which will be presented at the Brandels theater on Friday evening. May 31. Rex Houltoo will act as manager of tha dramatic of fering and Oharls Shook will assume tna duties of chairman of the ticket selling campaign. Following is the complete class calen dar: Monday Afternoon. May 20'omroence ment esay tryouta tn assembly room 3t the school. Friday Evening. May 31-"A Royal Famtlr, class play, at Brandels theater. Thursday. June Visitors day at th cadet encampment at Glenwod. Sunday Morning. June 9 Baccalaureat ermon. (Speakrr and place to be ar ranged later, i Thursday Evening. June 13 Class ban quet. Friday Evening. June 14 Commence ment exercises at Brandels theater. ataMtlwK Sr-raste with both parties wounded, demand? Bucklen s Arnica salve. Heals wounds, or-, burn, boils, cuts or pile, only For tale b Beaton L-rug io- CONTRACT IS LET FOR NEW BRANDEIS THEATER nans f-r tne cn?tructton ol an taV.w brick theater J- L. Brandels & Sons on Pou'a street have ben approved bmldinc inspector and a permit i.iL II. U Stetii v Co., binders BIG PERSONAL INJURY CASE GOES TO TRIAL W. B. Hammond's $l,flnf) personal In jury damage suit against C. 1. Ramsdei: for assault and batten, alleged to have been committed two years ago. ts on trial before Judge Willis G. Sears in the law division o ft he district coort. Hammond is a larger man than Ramadell. Ramsdeli says he could not have assaulted hire and Hammond was the aggressor. Rams dell represented a film renting concern and Hammond, a dissatisfied customer quarreled w ith him. Ramsdeli tele phoiwd for a policeman, who stopped tht fight. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY COMPANY TO EXPAND To extra floors ar to be added t the five-story building oreupled by the Expressmen a Delivery company. :i. 13 and North Eleventh street. Work on the addition has began. Th company's business has grown ss In th last year that it as found necessary t make the addition for atrrage purpose The addition t!l coat JISOJS. It a ill bt j completed by July la.