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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MARCH 3(J, 13.
Damage Wrought by 0 yclone Rapidly Repair ed
Clothing for Men, Women and Boys on Easy Payments
A COMPLETE NEW STOCK MODERATELY PRICED
The "Union" Lends a Helping Hand
imd again extends its sincere, sympathy to its many customers and friends who suffered a complete or partial loss.
To one and all we offer the help of this big organization and its splendid credit service. Don't worry about your
payments, come and get what you want to refurnish your homes, and pay us when you can. Don't be backward in
calling upon this big organization in your hour of need. Every department is at your service now at all times
uso it. Furthermore, wo offer you terms, service, treatment, liberality and lower prices than you can obtain else
where. Wo will store free the goods of any of our customers who suffered a partial loss.
Buy Wow What You Need Pay When You Can
Homo of T J. Dlrss, OU08 Lincoln Pack, In the llemls Pnrk District.
RELIEF FUNDJSTILL GROWS
Total of $136,168 i Reported by
TreaBurer Cowell at Noon.
OUTSIDE HELP 18 APPRECIATED
Woney l'oqr In from All Houreea In
Jlelp Swell the FnniJ to Aid the
Sufferers from Sdndnx'a
The relief fund. In the hands of Treas
urer Robert Cowell, to date la IU6.10H.33.
i'revlously reported H03.1M.M
Through Dally New
Through Omaha tlee
Through offlcera and employe
of quartermasters' depot, V. 8.
A , , ,,, ,
l'red J. Adama
Omaha Electric Ught Power
V. J. OUrlcn Co t
I.adlc of Dundee
Urand laland Commercial club,.
DeBord, Kradenbttrg & Van
VJ. H. Tebblna
A. R. Tebblna j
Commercial club of Cairo, Nob..
C. U. Woodworth Co
U. II. Conlngham
L'ah, citizen to Com. club
A. D. !
a. 11. Dewar ,
'A. K. I
Kdlth Klsher ,
H. I Seward ,,.
O. K. Lewis, Stamford, Neb
(American Radiator Co
'Jnlted State National bank..,.,
I'r.end of needy, llroken How,,..
II. H. Meyera, New Yoik...
jiemmgton &'Kessler ..
Old J. Wolf
liohn Latenser , ,.
Uu.K-fl States Hoffman Co,, Ayr.
acute, N. Y
h-Vatrdth & Sherwood Lumber Co.
J. A. Sunderland
'Sunderland )ros, Co
J. V. linger and wife, Uellwood,
Carter White Lead Co. (aecond
Northwestern Terra Cotta Co.,
through F. It. MoConnell
Wo name, through W. Jardlne..
No name, through Ilelle llyan..
'People' Jco and Cold Storage Co.
Kmployes tleaton & lAlr
Florence C. May ,
iraward 11. Ma;
Through W. 11. Hutts, Mra. O,
IK. W. lryor
Thomas Iteeis ,
V, P. Wade
fJohn Albert William
M. T. Thompion ,
(Mrs. II. A. Morgan
a. YV. Hlbbler
Rev. W. F. Hott
J. O. Parkar
W. F. Singleton
W. H. Herbert
W. S. Dickey, Mfg. Co., Kan-"
aa City, Mo,....,
Charles D. Illalne ,
Alexander Jctes .,
Kmploye I'aston Sc Uallagher..
Helen 8. Uregpr
C. O. Fry. Ulenn, Net
A. CI. Uee;on, Nebraska In
Employed Hallway Dept., Union
Htock Yards ;
Employers Union Htock Yards
City of llonaon, Wnrrnnt No. 872
Hunk of Memo. Mernn. Neb....
Citizens Hunk, United, Pocotella,
Mrs. M. T, Strickland
Fisher & Lawrle
u. w. Peters
1. v. 1'eiers 15.00
C. J. Havloy. Jr. , ......il .H.QO
Herman Kunde 6.0?
uavid Cole Creamery company..- 100. Of
Enjoy Your Meals
Ono at the Most Important Qtien ioaa
to Consider in the Search for
Hapnlnosa am) Health.
It our stomaoli can not digest your
fjnd, what wlUT Whers's the relief?
The answer Is In Stuart's Dyppita
Tablets, because, as alt stomach trou.
Lieu arise from Indigestion and because
on Ingredient of Stusrt's Dyspepsia
Tablets Is able to thoroughly and com
pletely digest J. 000 grains of food, doesn't
It stand to reason that these tablets are
going to digest all the food and what
ever food you put Into your stomach?
Thousand Dollars ;
Added to General
Fund for Relief
oa Can Bat With the Appattu of a
Lusty Yonnjrater, If Yoa Help '
Science nowadays can dlgevt food with
out having It tnter the stpmach at all.
And Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are the
result of "this scientific discovery. They
digest and digest thoroughly and well,
anything and everything you tat.
The burning question to you Is, "Are
you getting out of lfe all the pleasure
and the health you ar entitled to?" If
not. why not?
No matter whether every organ and
member of your body la In a sound stats
of health and strength, If your stomach
la -in any way dlordred, you are not
solns to be "yourself." You are going
to be a worried, outof-sorts, nervous or
sullen Individual, whoso actions will re
flect your condition lusde, and people
will naturally avoid you.
Bo, If your atomach refuse to work or
en-t work, and If you suffer from erua
tatlons, bloat, brash, fermentation, bll
pusness, our stomach, heartburn, Irri
tation, Indigestion, or dytpepita of what
syrar form, Jut take one or two of
Ittaarf Dyspepsia Tablets, arid see the
sUffarsAoa, It doesn't cost you much to
prove tu Then you can eat all you want,
what you want, whtnerer you want. If
yon use theie tablets, and you can look
the whole world In the face with a beam
tar and ri'i win r,ve a cbtrful
ssptrfe. a pleasant face, a vigorous body
Ml sv sssar mind and memory ao4 ertry
ISiSssg -wHl look and taata ttHcUaa U
fw. That's ltf.
&t a W east Vox of Htuarf Sysspap.
U TaMajta at any drug glora.
? 1 If ' . . 1 11, ,
,v. t. - m.v
Ij. llahn , 2,00
iwiuai Fmnchlse Boclety
Mats Hrewlnu company
C. A. Unk- Supply company,
St. IOtils. Mo
Employees U. S. Supply company
Ann C. Sophia Grumann
A. J. Anderson
C, K. Fnii. Ona,wa, In., throuBh
nolB 8. nauer, Lman. Ma
Mlnnlo D, Hulse
H. F. Moffatt . .
F. W. Thomaa
A. Iy. Meyer ,
Mrs. Alice Meyer
C. I.oula Meyer
Carl T. Mover ,.
Employes of ller ft Co,.
Her ft Co ,
Omaha Mirror und Art Glass Co.
McAvery ft Hlevers
O. O. V. H.. Vnlnnrnlao Neh....
J. A. Shoemaker. Denver throiiKh
Walter Crumrlch, New York
City, through , M. K. Bmlth
It. W Wood
A W. Frlck Co
Commercial club. Illoomfleld,
thro!Kh Merchants N'litlnnnl.
Merchants National bank S,i0i).tO
Farmers National bank, Pawnee
city. throiiMh I.uther Drake.... ?n M
Creamery Package Co ;.oo
E. O, Form ,.. 10.OO
Allen Hroa. Co fA,(V5
Nel Nulron, Irvlngton 10,O
C, F Artkln Mfl
A lu Johnston, Hnatlngs 1.00
Children of Deaf Institute,
Council Bluff a.ss
Unknown woman i.oo
Cash , , 1.0)
Deutaehea Damen Vereln lftl.00
Oinuha National bank,.., 2,f00.0C
Cash. n. C s.oo
First Nat'l bank, Callaway, Neb. w.ul
W. H. Walthall, llengle. Kan.,
through Mayor Dahlman , 1.00
Fred Krug llrnwlng Co Ktt.ft)
Aurora Commercial club 200.00
Montlcello semlnnrv. Alinn. ill in fm
Mr. and Mr. Klsby p.00
C. K. Wlnne, Albany. N. Y XM
H. O. Waton. Portland. Oro.... 8.00
E. H. Couse, De Sluet. S. D 50.00
J. B. Doijge. Milwaukee. "Wis... 34.00
Holdreg Commercial club 200.00
Mrs, H. Huelrlch. Chicago, HJ ... 2.00
Hev. B. C. Smith, Leavenworth.
Kan 10. o)
Alfred Patch. Denver, Colo 1.00
City of Florence. 8. C 60.00
W. 8. Jennings, Jaakson, Fla... 60. 00
Ctty of Hasting. Hastings. Neb. 600.00
City of Lincoln, Lincoln, Neb.,.. 6,000.00
C. It. Moser ,..., 10.00
J. W. Hoglett 5.00
Mrs. Martin , 1.00
Mrs. 8. A. Mayse 1.(0
Mrs. Chrtity , 1.00
W. L. Stanton , 2,00
Mrs. Strlekley , , .60
Mrs. Peter llowmau .60
Herman Fricke , js.oo
T. J. H. ft D 100.00
Mr. and Mrs. Prior Msrkel, Kan
sas viiy so.oo
Elizabeth Kountze Heal Es
tate Co 600.00
United Heal Estate ft Trust Co. 600.00
Along with a check for $1,W for
lief work In Omaha, Cyrus II. ficCor
mlck, president of the 4nternatl011.il Mar.
vester company, has written the follow
ing letter of sympathy;
"CH1CAQO, March 2B.-Hobert Cowell,
Treasurer, Omaha: My Dear 8lr Marcn
24 1 telegraphed Mayor Dahlman aa fol
lows: 'Ureatly deplore Iom of life nnl
property ut Omaha, Pleate draw on
International Harvester company lor
$1,0X1 to alleviate Immodlato distress ami
advise me of anything more we ran do
to assist. Have wired our branch nouse
at Omaha to Investigate need for iiMlal
ance In Nebraska farming dlitrlcts and
do what wc can to help wherevar help
"Today I am Inrecelpt of the following
telegram from the mayor: 'Thanks for
sympathy and tender of assletancc.
Pleazo aond rhcok for iurh sum ia you
enro to give to Robert Cowell, trctsurei.
Omaha. Our people are bravo und meet.
InR the situation heroically, Wo will bo
Glad to accept your help.'
"Tho directors of thla company, in
deepest sympathy, tender you for the re.
lief of tho people of the stricken illitnct
of Omaha the enclosed check for $1,0").
"It may be a sourco of comfort to' you
and to your brave people to know that
uur local agent at Omaha has ncan ru
iJrjitetl to Instruct his blookmen, can-
uisera and snjeimcn to Invustlgato and
.nake prompt report of suffering ''mong
furmciH und to furnish lmmedlu.5 relief
In outlying farmlnc districts that may be
neglected because lacking organized, re
lief work. While we do not i-njaio to
cover all of this ground, we will theer
fully render such aid aa we may.
"The Nebraska and Iowa farmers have
ever shown euch great confidence ;n our
fairness and integrity that bcsldea the
broad sympathy that human distress
must awaken In all mankind, we teel an
added sense of personal obligation, ot
personal gratitude, and friendliness to
ward them aa Individuals.
"We wll be thankful, indeed, If we can
prove an Instrument of sulmantlil aid
and comfort to those who suffer.
"While regarding with prldo tho un
daunted courage of your puople, believe
me, sir, to be
"Yours In deepest sympathy,
"CYUUB II, M't'OUMICK.'
YORK SCHOOL CHILDREN
SEND ALL THEIR FUNDS
The school children of York have ex
emplified a laudabls spirit of considera
tion for the children of the storm strl kc
area by sending the balance of n. little
fund they had accumulated from a Christ
wa benefit to the Omaha relief commit
tee. It amounted to $S In all and 1 de
scribed as the amount left over after
they had provided an entertainment for
tho poor of their own town.
NOT INTENDED FOR THE
NEEDY, BUT COAT WENT
..Mis. P. C, Morlarfy of "the Visiting
Nurso association, lit the Auditorium.
laid n handsome long coat down that
no might assist with tho work ot get
ting bundles together for the different
stations. A special ordur was to bo sent
to a certain family und the person who
gathered the garments glanced at a nice
looking coat and proceeded to put It into
the bundle and away It went on tile
After working most- of the afternoon,
Mrs. Morlarty decided that she would go
home and started to look for her coat,
only to henr:
"Why that coat went out with that
special ordir early In the afternoon.''
Mrs. Morlarty had to apply to the coat
department of the relief Btatlou for a
wrap to use until she reached home.
12.50 IRON BEDS
strongly madp, ch c
of sizes, sale price,
$7.95 for an Excellent
They are made of solid
oak, three large draw
ers and French bevel
safes, well made,
double d 0 o rs,
largo tops fitted
with 6-ft slides,
sale shj qj
prlcd.PO7J $5 Iron bods, en
ameled or Vornla
$8.95 for this
Handsome Irass Bed
A superior value, have large, two-Inch
posts and heavy fillers, Com-s In full
size and has guaranteed lacquer.
Terms $7.5 )
For This $20.00
Made of genuine quarter
$1.98 for a Splendid
$4.00 ROCKER ,
Made of hardwood, flnlsh'el
In American quartered, oak,
Peoples Oloak and Cloth
ing Store formerly located dt
1405 Iouglas St. Now on the
3d floor of our building at
16th and Jackson Sts.
$3,90 !$, $6.50 Extension Table
Exactly like cut, mado of hardwood, top fitted with
six-foot slides, finished in golden oak. A very
They aro well made,
gol'don f ii'sU with
Special Sale of
Rugs and Draperies
?8.50 art sqimres, size 9x9 ft. tlevoraible so It
CRn he used on either side, Bale prj?e. ., -84,50
$10 Brussels rugs, size 6x9 ft. Extra flno qual
ity, best of wearing material, sale price, .6.75
$1.50 Nottingham lace curtains, eood oualltv'nnd
I width, a serviceable curtain, Eale price, pair 78J
91.1 Cook Slovos
four large K-inch lids, good
baking oven, dJQ ttfi
sale price P7OU
$35.00 Steel Ranges, com
plete upper warming closet
os Illustrated, large baking
oven, nickel trlm-gOy! 50
mlngs, sale price PT' .
S. E .CO R.I 6 &-J ACKS OM ST
CONSOLIDATED WITH THE PEOPLES STORE.
$1.00 a Week
Will Dress You
'and Your '
to Six Hundred
Rellff was given to zzz families yester
day at six of the seven relief stations,
The reports sent In to the central com
nilttee last night give the following num
bers of families furnished with food,
clolhlnc and cash;
Station No. 1 is;
Station No. 2 iM
Station No. 3 FU
Station No. 4 joj
Station No. D No report
Station No. (!.,,,,, , 12a
Station No. T , fii
nils conrpares with v3 families helped
the first day and 79J tho second day, -
the police station the man Kave his name
ss Ous Kinney, He had with him a
bundle of clothes of which the police are
trying to find the owner.
SWEDISH AMERICANS WILL
HELP TORNADO SUFFERERS
A mass meeting of several hundred
Swedish-Americans assembled In the
Swedish L,utherott church, Nineteenth
and Cass streets on Friday evening with
the object In view of relieving the tor
nado sufferers. They decided to call a
committee from the nine Omaha Swed
ish churches and the twelve fraternal
and social oreanlsatlons ot their national
ity, to meet In the same church Monday
evenlnR and elect a committee of twelve
to work with the general relief commit
tee already established. This committee
of twelve Is (a raise funds and other
wise relieve the needy sufferers. While
arrangements are pending they decided
that Chairman Adolph Hult be the only
one authorized to receive funds.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising la the Road to
Rosin cm Success.
before It lead to
throat and lung
Syn.p will gtvc
Bulls ble, gjc
'I fc4 tttk to Mtk mtW4 ill tUr
loaf. O' lha'tCHi(kKni took 11
WEE SAMPLE fc0'1.0,
Two Women Get a
View of tho Tornado
Sca'cejy had Mrs. Ulla Gibbons, police
matron, end Miss Aggie Claire, 812 North
Seventeenth street, completed the decora
tion of the lots In Wcstlawn cemetery,
where loved ones are buried, when the
Easter tornado struck. Flowers were
carried away and tombstones all around
them were hurled about. The two woipen
ran to a sheltered place below1 a little
knoll and saved their lives.
The first thing we knew of the stom,"
said Mrs. Gibbons, "was when we taw
a big black wall closing about us. Then
It suddenly grew dark and we could
hardly see each other. When I saw the
tornado it was a black wall and a min
ute later I could see It many miles away
from us, swaying like a Oig balloon."
Mrs. Gibbons saw the street car turn
over near Forty-seventh and Leaven,
worth streets. She says at first she
thought It had struck a piece pf timber
that derailed it, but a tew minutes later
she saw that It had been blown over,
In spite of the experience, Mrs. Gib
bons .and her friend waited no time re
counting their troubles. They Immedi
ately thought of helping persons whom
they knew to be worse off than them
selves. Mrs. Gibbons worked all Sun
day night and every day since, from. S
o'clock In the morning until late at night
Secretary Bauer '
Sends One Hundred
F. I. Elllck has received the follow
ing letter and a1 check for $100 from
Halph 8. Bauer, secretary of the National
Association of Statlnnurp Unit held its
convention In Omaha last summer and
which has Its headquarters at I.vnu.
LYNN. Mass.-My Dear Mr. Elllck: I
am enclosing my check for 1100 to be
given to your local relief fund as a con
tribution from a Massachusetts stationer
who enjoyed the splendid hospitality ot
Omnlia citizens during our national con
vention In Omaha last August.
It Is the spirit ot human helpfulness
broueht out In times of (lira distress that
makes life worth while. If I can be of
anv further assistance, please command
me, .Very truly yours.
RAM'!! S. BACEil.
Key to the Situation Hce Advertising.
Two Women Take
Poison; One Dies
Mrs. Elols Ilels, 74 years ot age, living
at 245$ South Nineteenth street, com
mitted sulcldo early last night by drink
ing carbollo acid. She had been 111 for
some time and despondency and a quarrel
with her husband prompted her to end
Louise Mansell, 714 North Eighteenth
otreet, attempted to kill herself by drink
ing laudanum. A quarre with her hus
band caused her to take the poison. Po
lice Surgeon FolU succeeded In saving
the woman's life.
DOCTOR SCARES AWAY THREE
ROBBERS WEARING MASKS
Dr. F. A. Johnson, who lives at Twen.
ty-rlxth and Ames, reported to the police
last night that as' he was going home
from his office he saw three men sev
eral yards ahead of him with masks on
their faces. Ho said that ho drew his
pistol and hid himself behind a tree and
was preparing to open fire on the bandits
when another man came along and the
supposed robbers fled.
Money to Go to the
Reports from Ralston that the suffer.
Ing there are still In need ot financial
aid, caused the central Omaha relief
committee yesterday afternoon to donate
1,000 of the funds on hand to the relief
wdrk In the southwestern suburb.
Some donations from the packing
houses and larger institutions, which
were received by the .central relief com
mittee specified that a certain per cent
go to Ralston relief. The sum donated
yesterday was Independent of this. The1
check was made out through J. II. Guild,
commissioner of the, Commercial club.
NIGHT WATCHMAN CAPTURES
BURGLAR WHO ROBS STORE
Last night at U o'clook a watchman
for the Novelty Skirt company, 314 North
Sixteenth street, discovered two men rob
bing the storeroom. The watchman cov
ered both men with his revolver and
when one of them ran ha suecseded In
capturing the other When arraigned at
Tailored Spring Suits
Tailored Suits In every new and pretty spring style and fabric, every pretty
color aleo some splendid sample suits, comprising Of. 4" An
lust one of a kind, on sale at SIK.ftn. R12Kri Halfl'UU
Long Crepe Kimonos
Splendl I quahty materials made
In empire and shirred qq
backs, etc., all colors, at OC
Pretty White Muslin Skirts, em
broidered, on sale A o
PRETTY TRIMMEI HATS
Hundreds of the season's most
charming models are htre for your
selection at 4.98 98
WOOL SERGE IRESSES
Values to $7.00
Al) colors, neat, new qq
styles, at 70
Values up to $4.00
Velvets, suedes, gqrt metals, patents,
etc. Splendid weiring shoes, in all
the latest styles and lasts, on sals
The novelty 6.
J-jg No 6g jr OMAHA '
Values to f 1.00
cords, fano I o ,
etc., all color,
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