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Brief city news
FOR MORE THAN THIRTY YEARS THIS HOUSE HAS OUTFITTED THE WELL DRESSED MEN OF OMAHA
Btck-rMoonr Co, Undertakers.
IDUt, the Dsntlct, City Nat'l. D :B. '
iridollty Btorsgs & van Co. Dour. 1616
tJag aunt ilztutti, Burgess-uranuen . o.
gXav Root Print It Now Deacon
10. S. Strutter offices remoed to
Ba-Stt Omaha Not' I Bnnk Uldg. Tel V3U
J Store for Men
KAi N. W Cotnsr JL
The Stat Bank or OmaU rays t?i' ,
Ictnt on time deposits, 3, per cent on v ,
ling, accounts. The only bank In Omaha
whose depositors aro protected by the
jjlepoMtorii' guarantee fund of tho state
5T Nabrn.Mia. 17th and Harney streets.
Social Board May
of Proper Dancing
Dancers may be taught the proper way
to wiggle by the Social Service board,
following suggestions made by Wlllard
Chambers, a dancing master, who tolu
4 tin I. rn fit ut i nmotlnrr !nt tllffht that It
K would be a wise policy to photograph
dancers In approved positions and hang
. i 1 . I .. II .1,, V. .. 11 .
If this were ddie," said Chambers,
tha k iiiriuinnht ni run nhntnifr inn.
tliem. me noara is seriously consiaor.
lng tho advisability of following the ad-
Playgrounds were discussed ny the
board and It was decided to make, a tl
port to the mayor asking that 'he city
lie rcsurveyed and. nrrangements be
made to establish piaygrounas on a plan
similar to tho one adopted In Kans.i
City. This report will later bo suo
mlttnrl (n hf rhnrtrr rovlslnn Cnmlnlttp
und action asked.
SORENSON AND HILL
NOMINATED IN BENSON
Benson held a primary election yester
day and out of a total of 212 votes cast
the following were nominated:
For Mayor Edward Sorenson, republi
can; George A. Hill, democrat.
For City Clerk Dan Westergaatd. re
For Cltv Knglneer-K. C. Fuller, re
publican: Peter Christiansen, democrat
City Treasurer J. U. Huber, rcpuul.
First Ward Councilman W. O. Talbot.
lenlibllran: l'-mil tioiuo, nemutiai.
Hecond Ward Councilman K. II. Olson
.'.i.it...... w 11 trr,inrv. ilninnrmt.
Owing to tho severity of tho weather
the vote was light.
MEN CAUGHT TAKING
BULLION FROM CARS
While In the act of loading "pigs" ol
bullion Into a wagon backed up to a
n.nr Hie Amer can Smelting anu ue
filling company's plant last night, George
Stevens and Leo Carlisle, .of Second and
Seward streets were urrcstcd by pecin
T..ii,.r.mpn Hhlclds. Pcanlan und Atoran
Tho men had twelve "pigs in me vaswu
...!,,. ..r.ctnil Kneh bar weighs nbollt
mi h.mnrtR mid is worth In the neighbor
hood of $15. The bullion Is being held us
evidence, und a charge of granu mrcenj
Mas lodged against the prisoners.
To Dissolve., the Union,
of stomach, liver nnd, kidney troubles
und cure biliousness and malaria, take
Klcetrlc Bitters. Guaranteed. Only WN
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertlse
For all In the Northwest whether look
ing for Business locations. Farming or
Pleasure Trips. Unexcelled train ser
vice via tho Soo Lino from St. Paul
and Minneapolis. Address W. R. Har
ley, D. P. A., 210 Fifth St., Des Moines,
General Snntc 1" "Wounded.
SHANGHAI. March 20.-General Sung,
ex-minister of education, was shot and
dangerously wounded here today. Ills
assailant escaped. General Sung was on
his way to attend the opening of Par
liament at Peking. The attack agnlnst
him occurred at the railway station.
Ttha Return of
No Reason Why Anyone
Should Suffer With Such
No case of contagious blood poison lr
over cured until the last particle of tho
virus has been removed from tho circula
tion. Tho least taint left In the blood
will, sooner or later, cause a fresh out
break of the trouble, with all lta hideous
und destructive symptoms of ulcerated
mouth and .throat, copper colored
splotches, falling hair, sores and ulcers,
ttc. No other medicine so surely curca
contagious blood poison as S. S. S. It
troos down Into the blood and steadily
ar.d Eurclr drives out every particle of
the Infection. It absolutely and perfectly
purines the blood, and leaves this vital
fv.ld as fresh, rich and healthy as It was
I cfore tho destructive virus of contagious
Mcod poison entered, tho circulation.
S. S. S. quickly takes effect on the blood,
nr.d praduoJly the symptoms dliappear,
II.a linttllH l lmnrnvrV th Ktctn cleared
PI ail spots, sores ana oiner uicnusnco.
LUG Mlir Itiupa Winnie uui, tuc iiium.i ..
lino! nrA whjn Q A S. tl&S
'leanscu. ine iem mo
race of the disease is left. 8. S. S.
Hons blood Dolson because It
v7 of cafes all over me country.
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riJO SWlft tspecinc i-1
I . MutlAfll flIA
ilanta. Ua., I or pnmio
- .. . . i. -it ,,ii
una a very , j t li.i
Jr gent free, sealed In pUUs
The sensible maa who buys Easter Clothes expects a full season's satisfactory wear We offer you
tvle and Service in Your Easter Suit
We want you to remember three months after you bought your suit that it came from Brandeis Store for men. You'll find out by that
time that there's better wear, better tailoring and bettor service in Brandeis Suits than in any other suit you can buy. Our guarantee goes
out with every suit. Wo want you to see the most complete array of GOOD clothes ever shown in Omaha.
Men's Business Suits Blue Serges, Fancy Worsteds and Cheviots Superior Values, $12.50, $15, $17
Norfolk Suits Are Very Popular
Young, men particularly fancy tho Xorfolks In neat poncll
Btrlped serges and cheviots, also 2 and 3-button sack suits
S?H$12.S0f $15 up to $25
Hero Are Ameriea'a Best Ready-to-Wear Clothes for Men
Hirsh-Wickwire Suits Stratford System Suits
Thoso suits nro designed and fashioned by tho best and highest salaried tailors In America. No
custom taiior can give you iaorics hkc ineao, styles uko asa cn
theso or workmanship bucIF as you find In theso su
lor spring suits lu extreme or conservative models
?S $221'o $
Your Boy's Easter Suit
You will find greater varieties
here and much better qualities, too.
Blue Serge Suits for Confirmat'on
Strictly all wool, narrow wale serge?
in beautiful dark blue shade suits
equal to many selling at $7.f0
Noriolk or double breasted fl fi
style, Saturday at
Boys' All Wool Norfolk Suits
Fashioned from all wool diagonal and
niatic cloths, the season's most pop
ular fabrics greys, browns and tarn
some with two pairs pants,
Boys' Norfolk Suits at $3.75
Some with 2 pairs of pants well tail
ored from worsteds, tweeds, cheviots
and cassimcres $5 values, $3.75
Boys' Spring Top Coats, $1.98 to $3.98
Popular reds, blue, tan and grey, in box
coats, also the new Norfolk stylo top coats.
Hoys' Long Pants Suits new spring models, in blue mid brown mix
ture rlotlis, tweeds, worsteds and cheviots, Saturday nt
Boys' Easter Furnishings
Boys' Spring Shirts with soft
military collar, attached or de
tached, at . .49c and 1.00
.Boys' Blouses with new collar
and patented waistband
spring fabrics and colors. 49
-5c. Children's Itompcrs. ,40c, Hoys' Indian Suit $1.00
a-c Hoys' Pyjamas ijli.OO Hoys' Cowboy Suits fflTsO
MEN'S SPRING TROUSERS for EASTER WEAR fiV50 Q.50 dr
You'll find pants here that aro worth up to $7 pr., at v vd $u
Men's Sample Raincoats and Slip-Ons, 4 lots at $1.98, $2.50, $4.50, $6.50
Men's Easter Fixings
Columbia Cuff -turn Shirts
tho attached cuff shirt"
doubles the length of
wearing see them in
window, $1.15, 1.50
Manhattan Shirts, made
from imported madras,
silk and linen, in new spring
patterns, at . .$1.50 to 5
Itcd Man Famous Collars irc
Men's Shirts, basemont, at aiic
3Cc Silk Tics, basemdntrnTlOi;
Men's Work ShfrtB,b'm'7,50c
1 XX X
Men's Spring Shirts in
spring patterns for fas
ter wear, well worth
$1,125, Saturday nt..98i?
Men's Sample Shirts
Alany with attach
ed soft collars, worth
ip to $1.00, at- ,
59c and 75c
Men's 3Cc, 50c Silk Hose, all shades U5c
Men'B 2Gc Llil'n Ho8eTnti"l)ar , .Vine
Vu0 Jhn por t od SI 1 k"Ki"l tTleH '.7777$ 1.01)
Mons Imported NeckwearTat "noVnmf 75o
50c Silk and KhirTlc(7"nt7lOc7imr2nc"
T- r A
Men's Sample Oxfords, worth $5, $2.85 Hurley Bros.' Shoes for Men, pair, $5
EfilStery HatS For Men and Young Men
Be, among Omaha's well dressed men and
choose your hat here. Stetson Hats are hero
in all the leading spring colors, and the -al
ways correct plain blacks, at
Tho "Actno" Hat for Young Men, In all tho nowest shades, at S2.00
Wilson's Englfah Derbies; yoiingfmon"Bay they havo real "clasB" $2.50
Ward's English Hats Evorynow" block" that isniWaTor,"Tir$2.00
jmportou wool studied iiatB, uIbo now silk stitched hats, at $1.50
Men's $3 Samplo HatB-soft and Btlffrnow-Bprlng"Btyle87at$l.o6
The Norfolk Stylo In Caps for moliFand young menT"B6gS'$l, $i750
Boys' and Children's Hats and CapB at 25eS50 anaSll06
Clothes for Men
Now lota of men's
spring worsted and
chovlot suits val
ues up to $12.50,
special in basemont,
ror Saturday at-
$98 $750 Si
114 0 pairs mon's
worsted nud twcod
pants for spring
woar values up tc
$2.0 on salo In
91.50 . A
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH. OMAHA
City Council Appoints Judges and
LEADING MEN ARE NAMED
It. IS. I,oe, A. A. WrlKht mid I'rcd
Jliiurr Confer lvlin council on
Aliliolntmcnts nn ActliiK Itc
Appointment of the Judges and clerks
of the primary election wns made by
the city council at un adjourned meeting:
last night. The men appointed to serve
on the boards represent all the political
parties, and this year's primaries will ap
parently be in the hands of competent
Judges tind clerks.
B. R. Lee, A. A. Wright and Krcd
Mauer, tho committee of three appointed
by the South Omaha Republican club to
confer with the, mayor and council In the
appointment of the election boards, were
responsible to a certain extent for the
council confirming the well chosen clerks
The following is tho list of clerks and
V1I18T WARrv-Klrst precinct: Judgen,
M. J. Crowe, J. P. Donabey. J. H. Baker;
clerks, Ed Grace, jr., Joseph . liarta.
second precinct: JUilgeH. tlooert u. (li
nen. Levy A. Proudfoot. J. D. Jonen,
clerkc, Christopher Christiansen, C. K
SECOND WARD Mrs t precinct:
Judges. John Hofman, Charles Pcklo,
John Strangler; rlerks: M. J. Shcehan,
Joseph Hterba, Second precinct: Judges,
Mike Goldon, Chris Pcrehnl. J. II. To
bias, clerks, 13. H. Spulding, Joseph
THIRD WARD First precinct: Judges,
M. J. Cnlluhan. J. Q. Honklns. Frank
Roukal; clerks, Joseph Perchal, Charles
Aletedt. Second precinct: Judges, .1. J.
Nightengale, George .1. Wolfe, Ouy Hea
ter; clerks: Howard Berg, Henry Dltzen.
hJlUlTH WARD First precinct:
Judges, P. Burke, T. W. Fields. J. V.
Junxen; clerks, Theodore Offorman,
Ieonard E. Prior. Second precinct:
Judges. Frank O'Rourke. J. S. MoLaugn
lln, Ed Hanlon; clerks, Thomas Irwin, J.
FIFTH WARD First precinct: Judges.
Kd Holub. Joseph Vodek; clerks, C. (1.
Leppert, W. C. Bentz. Second precinct:
Judges, Mike Gillespie, Ed Benken. John
Gillespie; clerks, Roy Roberts, Marlon
SIXTH WARD First precinct: Judges,
B. J. Tanner, S. D. Acker, E. 1 Howe;
clerks, J. F. Burke, C D. Eads. Second
precinct: Judges, George Scott, I. J
Boyce, M. Horwich; clerks, E. Hannou,
SEVENTH WARDD - First precinct:
Judges, Fred Schmidt, Martin Collins, U.
J. Larklu; alerks, Thomas P. Smith,
Lester Murphy. Second procinct: Judge,
Georgo Nice, John I. Morlarlty, George
Burns; clerks, Frank Bllek, B. F. Mar
shall. Kirn nentruya I.lpstuitii Home.
Tho explosion of a kerosene stove
about noon yesterday set fire to the homa
of A. B. Llpsman, Thirty-eighth and R
streets, and the residence was totally
destroyed. The loss Is partially covered
The fire department was unablo to
render any assistance, because of tho
lack of water. At the time of the explo
sion Mrs. I.ipsnian was In tho kitchen.
IUr drees caught on fire and she ran
scramlng from the houfce. Neighbors,
attracted by her distracted yells, rushed
to her aid and, extinguished her buring
For a time It was thought the JKieirr
old child of Mrs. Llpsinun had been
burned and the mother was almost fran
tic. Later tho little girl was discovered
at tho homo of a neighbor. Mrs. Lips
man's burns were trivial.
A iter's .Saloon Unfilled.
Pcto Ancr's saloon at Thirtieth and Q
streets was entered and robbed last
night. Tlio thieves stole two dozen half
pint bottles of whtrky, several cartons
of tobacco and $2 In pennies. A rear
door was forced open In obtaining en
trance to tho saloon.
The robbers drank several bottleH nt
1 .... , . . ... . . . v
.n-.-i nuu unjuycu a coin itincu ucioro
leaving tho saloon with their plunder.
The empty beer bottles and remnants of
the lunch wore fvound on u table by Mr.
Aurr upon his return to his place of
business late last night.
The police bellcvo the immo men at
tempted to rob Joe German's saloon at
Twenty-sixth and P streets. About IS
o'clock the officer on the beat heard tho
crash of falling glass n the rear of tho
saloon. He rushed around to the back
of the building and found ono of the
windows smashed. Hi) discovered foot
prints of two men In the snow near the
window and reported tlm matter at head
quarters. " Tho window wus boarded up
for tho night.
MnKiu Clt)' IIimvIIiik 1-rHRnr.
Ccchran 213 ISO
Chadd :3 17ft
letter IKS 155
I Fitzgerald IfiT, 17S
; Hull '. 1ST, :mo
appendicitis nt IiIh home, Z324 I street,
Mrs. C. B. Thomas, 2R20 B street, will
entertain the Ladles' Missionary society
of the United Presbyterian church this
Sllss I-nurcttu Wch n er, whq underwent
a serious operation at St. Joseph's hos
pital Homo weeks ago, returned homo
The condition of Mrs. John Blunk,
who underwent a surgical operation at
the South Omaha hospital several days
ago, is much Improved. y
The Centurion club. 1305 North Twenty
fourth street, will giv a minstrel show
and entertainment at the Orpheum tliuu.
ter, Twenty-fourth and M streets, next
Roger McElroy, who held a responsible
position with the Tobln Drug company,
has resigned. Harry aniler has been ap
pointed ns Air. McElroy's successor. Mr.
Mlfler has been with tho compuny some
I wish to announce to my friends and
to the citizens of South Omaha In genera)
that within a week J will bo out or th
hospital and that I am still In the race
as candidate for tho republican nomina
tion for Board of Education. Yours ro
Bpectfully, A. H. Kerst.
1 Nichols ....
. Hlnchoy ...
Culls from the Wires
Memorial services for former Governor
William Larrabee were held by tho Iowa
legislature yesterday, Senator William S.
Kenyon making the address.
It became known tonight that Lynden
Evans, a member of tho last congress
from Chicago, la being strongly urged
for appointment as United States com
missioner of corporations.
Fifteen prisoners confined by tho inlll
tln In the coal strike district of Kanawha
county. West Virginia, now under mar
tial law, wero released tonight by Gov
ernor Henry D, Hatfield.
LONDON, A telephona message
from Paris to- Ixjndon Inst night
rsaid that a carriage cleaner found under
tho Nord Express a satchel containing
a check for 13,000,000 marks, drawn by a
Tho New York Greek newspaper, At
lantis, will publish today a letter from a
Greek In this city which the editors of
tho paper say contains reliable Informa
tion concerning Aloco Schlnas, tho assas
Hln of King George.
Tho khedlvo's yacht which nrrlved at
Alexandria, Egypt, yesterday, with fugi
tives from Kavala, reports having re-
(' n t . ' n ll n nPiilnaa . . . 1 . n
i. a u wi.tjtiroB iiit-ao.tKU UI1 itlHrCIl IV
saying that the TurklBh crusler Hamldleh
imu minK two urecK gunuoats.
Organization of newspaper Writers was
tlift fnntn dlnmiHdnH Itiu, ill, I...
ers at a meeting in the New York Cooper
i niou iinuer me auspices of Now York
Newspaper Writers' Union No. 4, at
tended by several hundred persons.
Huron Ynnn nhl.ltn T.-.An
day was sentenced to six years' Imprlson-
iiicm ni oeuui, is one Ol mo Uesl knnnrn
T!nlrtllili HliAnlrlnir Krnpn.ih. irn .
i.niu iitiiiio.ir, u ruui'UUOIl llilfl mill-
mier 01 lorcign niiairn in the Korean
P,11im( Vnii nAi-nnlnrlf f
.....u.w. ... uciiiimi am-
j(,oi,ui , r,,.n hrni ui llUlllir IUHl Tllgllt
Dl n dlnnnr frlt-Ati In, A ,
" n,.'. u, 4iiuijii IjtfWIBOlin
ill New York nty. Mayor Gaynor and
other city officials and rcpresentatlvea
O Hay 163 155
Hunt .-. 152 178
Winters 172 107
McDonald 2IH 145
Petersen 200 3W
Totals SOS 876 i!J 2,606
SOUTH OMAHA ICE CO.
1st. 2d. 3d. Totals.
Cox 1S2 185 173 544)
Orlbble 187 168 181 336
Etter 161 130 161 4UI
Mann 189 186 193 563
Tombrink 211 154 167 552
! Totals 919
I IlarwlOHP 10
Totals 920 R5J 871
Mnulc Cll (Jo.Nlp.
Itobert Brown of Hastings, N'cb., Is
v'sltlng with friends hi the city.
The condition of "I'rcle" Dave Ander
son Is gradually growing weaker
not expected to live.
H M Rushing was operated on
Gently hut throughly cleanse and ref
ulate your Stoma. h, Liver ami
Ilowols while you Hlcop.
That awful sourness, belching of acid
and foul gases; that pain In tho pit of
the stomach, tho heartburn, nervousness.
nausea, bloating utter eating, feeling of
fullness, dizziness and sick headache,
means a disordered stomach, which can
not bo regulated until you removo the
cause. It Isn't your stomach's fault,
Your stomach Is as good as any.
Try Cascarets; they Immediately
cleanse and regulate the stomach, re
move the sour, undigested' nud ferment
lng food ofid foul gasos; take tho ex
cess bllo from the liver and carry off
the constipated waste matter and poison
from the Intestines and bowels. Then
your stomach trouble Is ended. A Cas
caret tonight will straighten you out by
morning a 10-cent box from any drug
store will keep your stomach sweet,
liver and bowels regular for monthi,
Don't forget the children their little In
hides nerd a good, gentle cleansing, too,
of several American universities at-
The laboratory of tho Munyou Hoineo
pathlo Homo Remedy company In West
Philadelphia was completely destroyed
by flro last night. The loss Is estimated
at $200,000. One hundred and fifty girls
employed In the building escaped by
Jumping from tho windows. None was
Stato Representative Manuel Cordova,
Representative Louis Ontlon, Representa
tive Julian Trujlllo and J. P. Luccro, ac
cused of, soliciting and accepting brlbeM
a year ago hi return 'for their votes for a
certain candidate for United States sen
ate, wore formally arraigned yesterday at
Santa Fe, N. M.
Delving Into the flics In tho state Iioum
at ColumbuB, O., County Prosecutor E.
C. Turner found letters Inst night .which
Indicate that former Governor Georo 1C.
Nash knew of the withdrawal of Tunds
from the stato treasury and their de
posit lu banks for private Interest pur
poses, a practice against which tho gov
ernor strongly protested.
Tho New York Bowery came In for a
slice of Its old-time popularity last night
when the Atlantic Garden, for nearly
half a century the rendezvous of tho
bettor element of east aiders for pur
poses of entertainment, was transformed
Into a boxing club.
The buIo by Joseph W. Hurrlman to
Kdward II. McLean nf Wnnlilno-t tnr
p.000 of the three high-stepping harness
nurses, iNHia, uiuy Diinam and Elegant
Dllham, winners of scores nf hlni. Hh.
bons, championship prizes and challenge
uui's ui i ue leuuing uorse snows, was an
nounced last night.
An Knlrienita ov ( niiu-hlnc
Is sweeping ove- the town and youn
and old aro allko affected, Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound Is a quick safe reli
able family medicine for coughs and colds.
A. 8. Jones, of Lee Pharmacy, Chlco,
Calif., says: "I consider Foley' Honay
and Tar Compound has no equal, and 1
tho ono cough medicine I can recommend
to my friends, as containing no narcotics
or other harmful propertUs." Refuse all
substitutes and take only Foley's Honey
and Tar compound. For sale by all deal
era everywrere. Advertisement.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road ts
Easter Time is New Suil Tine
f you nre ready, you will find every
kind of suit that tho well dressed mau
likes at our local store hero in Omaha.
And don't consider the price until you
lmvo first examined the stylo and work
manship. They aro guaranteed all wool
and worth al of $15 to $18, but sold at
$10 because we save you the midleman's
profit of $5 to $8.
Wo can do this becaune wo aro both
manufacturers and retailers, making our
clothing in our own factory and selling
through out own stores.
tion Suit . .
Worth easily $5 to $8 more.
C14UM4 ft&d twUltlfiiM tho Dji
rromoUi k iaxurUol frwtk.
If-wtT TtU to BMtox Qrj
IfrcHamilton & legy Co
Heury Thomas, Manager. 1615 Farnam Street.
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