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THE OMAHA DAILY HEK: SATURDAY. MAliCIl 5, 1004
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BRIDGE NEAR MERCER IS OUT
Uaioi Ptctflo 8.nioiu'a 0r the Plattt
B.vsr Litres 14 Mooring.
RIVER RISING AND TRACKS SUBMERGED
TraJae Are Galas ()fr erthreat
era's Mae aa Far mm Fre
anoat, While the Over
flow leasts.
Owing to the fact that h? Union Puclflo
bridge near Mercer Is out, all trains on
that line are running aa tar west aa Fre
mont over the NortliW-tern tiacka. Tlio
I'latte river la reported to be rising very
rapldl and word received Friday morn
ing that the water had begun to run across
the Vnlon Pacific tracka near Mercer. If
the fiver continues to rite It probably will
be some time before the tracks between
here and Fremont can be used.
To View Kffrrts of Water.
The -county commissioners wrre at Valley
to look over the situation with legard to
the high water and floating Ire which is
threatening the bridges In that vUlulty,
They were accompanied by County Surveyor
Edqalst. No further damage bus as yet
resulted to the Whitney bridge ovsr the
Elkhorn, and the board will look this over
alno, to determine If possible if some per
manent change cannot be made whereby
the yearly menace to the bridge from the
ice and water may be obviated.
The necessary soundings were made at
East Omaha Thursday for the plans to be
submitted to the government eng neer when
be shall com to lay out the work of the
temporary reatralnment of the encroach
ments of the Mlbsourl at certain places In
its course through that city.
RUSH TO PUTJJP BUILDINGS
Maay Peraows Apply for Permits on
Hearing; that Ordinances Will
Do foatailaea.'
Intimation that the building ordinances
are to be enforced rigorously has t-ik-n
numbers of prospective bjlldrs or th-lr
architects or contractors to the city build
ing department and permits have been l.
sued as fellows: To II. V. Siewart, H.ciO
frame dwelling at Twenty -eighth avenue
and Ohio; C. P. Vhlt- $2.nm frame dwell
ing at 16 South Twenty-ninth; I.lzzle B.
Pmlth, $S.510 brick flats at southwest comer
Farnam and Pajk avenue; J. C. Mclvell,
I4.IVJ0 brick more bulldlns" at 510-12 North
Sixteenth; Winter Byle. K.ffri frame dwell
ing at S302 Lincoln bnulevnrd; George 11.
Kelley, J5, frame dwelling at Twentieth
und Blnney streets.
roW IS THE TIME
To Visit Hot Springs, Arkansas, Via
the Iron Moantaln Route,
The season at the Great National Health
and Pleasure resort Is now In full blast.
Climate unsurpassed. Hot Springs Special
lerves St. Louts dully st 3:20 p. m., making
the run In less than twelve hours. Three
other fast traln dally. Handsome de
scriptive literature can bo obtained free by
casing on or addressing T. F. Godfrey,
I Ity Passenger ttid Ticket Agent, 8. li
Cor. ltth and Douglas Pt.. Omaha, Neb.
Repnbllean Meeting.
Roosevelt, club will meet S iturday even
ing. March. 5, at 7:30 p. m. at club rooms
In Postal Telegraph building, 133) Farnam
street. ,
Hon. William F. Ourley and others will
address ,tho meeting. All voters Invited.
By order of esecutlve committee.
A. W.-JKFFUniS. President.
H. O. MVKR3, Secretary.
Marrlae Licensee.
tP to noon March 4 the following couples
had been licensed to wed:
Name and Address.
William T. Murphy. Haiton. Colo..
Mary J. Huston, Hnxton, Colo
Harry F. DavlB, South Omaha......
Kisle Hochmuth, South Omaha......
Thomas Earnest, South Omaha
uzzie Biuari, south Omaha
Age.
... 33
... 30
... 12
... IS
... 25
... 18
18-K Wedding Rings. Edhoim. Jeweler.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Foster desire to ex
press their deep gratitude to all their kind
friends who rendered them such timely aid
and sympathy during the sickness and
death of their beloved son Fred.
The new spring styles In men's 8hos
are now reaily at Decatur Phoe Co., 1521
Farnam gtre t.
1)1 Kl. .
RING Albert M., March 4, 1W4, at J a. m.,
aged 44 years.
l"un"r:il Sunday. March 6, lit 2 p. m. from
late residence.. 8' 4 Soi-th Twenty-seventh
street. Interment At Fnret l.nwn ceme
tery. Friends Invited. Princeton and
Pontiuc till.) papers, please copy.
FKANKI.IN Mrs. Surah, uged 5 years, at
her reldence. 4731 Hamilton street.
Funeral Saturday, Murch 5, at 2 p. m.
Interment at Foreat Un cemetery.
Friends Invited.
KVEHN-Mrs. C. 8.. March 3. 1904. aged 56
vears.
Funeral Saturday at
m. from resi
dence. 2511 Ch'cago ret; Interment Forest
Lawn. Friends invited.
DOHERTY Mrs. Mary, March 3, at the
home of her daughter. Mrs. Fred A. Hall,
near Corning, la. ,
Funeral serlvces will be held Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock from St Johns Col
legiate church.
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$15 $15 $15 $15-F I F T E E N-$15 $15 $15 $15
THH STOLEN HORSE.
Am Old
Ap-
rerne
Pro-verb with a Hei
plication.
Trie woods are full of "so-called'
dleg for baldness.
You may call anything In creation a
remedy, but to use them Is like locking the
table after the horse Is stolen.
Baldness and dandruff are causod by a
germ If you don't kill the germ the germ
will kill the hair.
Scientists have labored with the problem
of - n - preventive for baldness for many
ears.
Newbro's Herplclde is the product of a
modei ii Idea and w.111 cure dandruff and
prevent baldness because germs cannot ex
ist wfien you apply Herplclde.
Herplclde is a valuable h
scalp disinfectant as we!
dandrtlff.
Sold by leading druggists. Bend 10c in
stamps for sample to Ths Herplclde Co.,
DetroK. Mich. Sherman McConnell
Drug Co., special agents.
$15
$15
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Dunham
&Dunham
TAILORS
$15
$15
$15
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r,"Ldr7or 15 SATURDAY, MARCH 5th, we $15
$15 wJ
$15
open our new store for the
$15
$15
Annoaneententa of the Theatora.
"Side Tracked," for fourteen years on
of Jule Walters' most successful comedy-
drama productions, will b at the Krug
thlsr afternoon and tonight only. Regular
Krug theater prices will prevail, with ths
usual.. 25-cent matinee. .
"Holty Tolty," one of Weber A Fields'
biggest musical extravagansas, will be the
attraction at the Krug for four days, be
ginning with thai Sunday matinee.- Krug
theater prices will prevail for this en
gagement, with a 25-cent matinee Sunday.
Thfs afternoon and evening Mary Man-
neting wtll appear in her comedy ouccess,
"Harriet's Honeymoon," at the Boyd,
closing her engagement. On 8unday after
noon .and evening "Peck's Bad , Boy" will
be fb ailraoUon. ' Monday-evening- Mr.
N. C. Goodwin wtll return for his annual
engar-Mnent. this time giving his greatest
comedy success "The -Glided Fool." He
will be here for three performances only,
Monday and Tuesday evenings and Tues
day matinee. On Wednesday evening Mme.
Lillian Blau.'oit will give a song recital
at the Boyd.
The last two performances by John and
Emma Ray and the other acts on the
bill - at the Orpheum this week will be
given matinee and night today.
For next week, commencing Sunday,
Myles McCarthy and company in their
latest success. "The Race Tout's Dream,
head the varied bill. The Welaon troupe,
agile acrobats, promise a number of feats
of their own origination. The two SHvaa
do equllibtistlc work. White and Simmons,
the well known minstrels, wilt appear in
a akit called "Get in de Band Wagon.'
Wesson, Walters and Wesson present I
playetta entitled "Hotel Repo." Happy
Jack Gardner will contribute song and
story, while an equlllbrlatlc wire act wtll
be ths specialty of Coruda and Maud. Ths
notion pictures wtll be entirely new.
$15
$15
$15
$15 making of men's garments to $3
$15 your order at 118 South Fifteenth $5
Street, between Douglas and Dodge.
$15
We will show a complete and $,5
$15 elegant line of woolens, from all the $5
$5 j. l ' 'iiJ 1 r u i j wr
2p i&
$ 15 have only one price d
$15.
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$15 for any suit or overcoat we make $15
15 no more no less
$15 ,
These made to-order suits and
x overcoats never have " been
duplicated at the price. Call
Saturday and examine new
spring suitings .
The Heldleberg Borfal club of the South
aide will give their first dance at the new
Turner hall. Thirteenth and Dorcas streets,
Saturday evening, March S. A good time
ror an.
$15
$15
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$15
$15
$15
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$15
Henry W. Dunham, Jr.,
MANAGER.
$15
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SUSPENDER SALE $15 $15 $is-f 1 fte en-$i5 $15 $15 $15
Saturday wo place on sals 100 doaen of
Men's' Buapenders. worth up to T&o; sale
price 25c; some of thera coma one In a box;
they are first-class, up-to-date In every
way; see them displayed in our Bast Win
dow.' These suspenders ars dn sals on our
main floor. Hera we also place on sals
another consignment of those "Iron Clod'
Hose at Its? a pair. In the rear of our main
floor you find a freah let of thoss Dollar
Shirts at see, taken fresh from our stock
room. For 17 60 and 110.00 we show elegant
suit values.
OK OUR SECOND FLOOR
la) our bargain room. Here wo place on
sale a new line of Men's Suits at K
closed out by us for spot cash at less than
cost of production and sold accordingly;
a uk Black Cheviot Suits for same price.
t4.W buys a Black Clay Worsted Suit hers.
Boys' Blus Cheviot Suits Me. Men's extra
strong every-day Pants, good night, neat
dunk pat tarns. 75a Heavy Corduroy
Faote, 11 . All sorts of Shirts to choose
from, ilo your pick. Silk Bows, &c
eaoh. Men's Handkerchiefs, 3c. Fleece-
lined Undershirts. Kc. Men's all-wool styl-
Ish Spring Overcoats, $4.t0, Just such coats
aa.nafctty any store aks you $10.00 for. In
our basement we show the largest 11ns of
work clothes In the city at the lowest pos
sible prices. Here you also find a splendid
Una of Men's and Boy' Shoes. For Batu:
dy"we offer a special, good Mod's Calfskin
Sho. for tl-W.
Th9 Guarantee Clothing Co ,
Atlw.al iUUll OllWl,
Fire Sale
Omaha RecJ and Rattan Work
-S4N4. float st lata ft.
' tWashlcgton Hall Building)
New Location
Begtaalag Sataray, Marek B4h.
a lit aril all a4s left frvaa Ik
ra at
Lowest Prices Ever Known
; fall early far feaet karcalaa.
lfE must close out at once what is left of our purchase of
. the Harding DiBtilling stock. There ore some splendid
bargains left, but the "stock is getting low. Come at once for
you can't afford to miss this opportunity to stock up at less
than cost. . . ' '
We Give Green Trading Stainps.
Harding's .Sale
Price Price
Malt Tonic $ .20 9c
Cigars, (box of 12) 50 24c
Cigars, (box of 50) 1.50 79c
Harding's Pure Hye 1.00 68c
California Wines .40 19c
Extra flue Old California Wine. .75 39c
O. F. C. Taylor Whiskey 1.00 59c
French Cordials 1.50 78c
Hlackberry Hrandy 1.00 48c
hock and ltye 1.00 68c
Miller Liquor Co.,
1309 Farnam St Telephone 1241
Ask to sea the
"HEW MARKET,"
a swell hat for $2.
9 sajaa..
New Shirts and Neckwear Now Ready.
The New
SPRING HATS
for men ire ready.
''it V'.fW
Your New Spring
Siit end Overcoat,
Is Ready.....
For the past three months we've been very busy marking and
and examining our new spring garments und now we're ready for
business. Saturday would be a splendid time for you to select
your new suit. You see, there would be no risk of missing
any of the choice styles if you pick it out now.
All the new cuts and style kinks are here, as well as many
exclusive styles that you can't find in other stores. Suits full
of ginger and snap for the swell dresser, and conservative styles
for the middle aged man. We want you to compare them with
any suits you can find anywhere, then compare our prices and
you are ours for your new spring outfit.
Special Showiivg for Saturday.
Men's New Spring Suits and Overcoats.
$10, $13.50, $15, $18, $20
NEW SPRING SUITS FOR BOYS,
A Complete Showing Saturday,
$2, $2.50, $3.50
For school and dress wear The greatest values in the city. Neat, dressy patterns in
qualities that will Ktand the wear and tear that boys usually give 'em Double breasted or
Norfolk stvles. Seventy-five different patterns to select from all sizes Norfolk 6 to 12,
double breasted 8 to 15. Compare them witn anytning in iowu at oue iu iu uunnm iuuic,
I g sWliTrffiissgsM asTaaagsagggMM1 ftlUM, isHULUJ
f TH1SCARC0ESTO
Didjjley Credit
Clothing Stor
Y
Spring 1904
Price $8.48 and up
Don't be misled. Come today.
TRADING
bTAMPh
FREE
IMS
THIS HKLIAULK ft TOUR.
TRADING
STAMPS
FREE
Grand Introduction Sale
-ov-
CAN WE
FIT EM?
Yes, any boy bljr or little with our
boys' $1.50 shoos We've Just added two
more lasts to those we already had
so we con glve you a better assort
ment than ever before.
You know what these shoes are we
have sold them for years and never
havo we had a dissatisfied customer
They're made right from the right
kind of material so that the wear Is
In every jialr.
Ilrliig the boys In Saturday and
have us fit them with a new pair.
DREXEL SHOE CO.,
1419 Farnam Strrjt.
I Omaha's Uj-to-Dt Shot Houf
He Sells Stationery
That's Me
1615 Farnam St.
Opp. N. Y. UU Bti.
..CANDY..
Pleases the palate of all and at our cut
prices you oannot afford, to be without It.
Here are some Saturday specials:
Slick Candy, 26 sticks for Bo
Qum Irops, lb Bo
Peerless MUed. lb So
Mint Lieng;es, lb 10c
Trilby Cups, lb Hie
Kroken Mixed, lb 10c
Champion Mixed, lb loc
Cream Caramels, lb 12,0
Cream Mix, lb ISo
Hume-Made Fudgus, lb
Hitter Swtut Clioc. Drops, lb Z3o
Coal Pudding-, lb !c
Cocoa nut bricaUelluB, lb 3c
Irish Murphys. lb tuc
Hickory Nut Carumels, lb SSc
liutter tlcotch Ulj-ped Marshmallows.
pound 33c
Choc Chips, lb mo
Italian Choc, lb - 4"o
Qum. 3 packages for. loo
J
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CLOSING OUT
A Lit OCR
Buggtcsi Carriages
and Wagons
FREDRICKSON
I I RftMflth and CmrAtnl Iv.
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Women's New Spring Suits, New Spring
Jackets, New Rain Coats, New
Waists, New Skirts.
Visit Our Cloak Department Saturday.
In order to Introduce our new Spring; Suits we will sell you
M
jjl-- ifel''!
v,-"i az?iym
THE BEST $12.50 SUIT IN AMERICA,
silk lined Jacket, comes in all colors,
cheviots and fancy mixtures, Q 90
As a further Inducement for a visit, we
will sell our renular a) sult, by fur the
btst garment ever seen In Omaha 11 Qfl
for the price, at It 9U
will sell our exqululte IJ spring suits, one of this seaxon's most beautiful J) Qf
creations, equal to most 4o suits snown eisewnere. ai s s w
SKIRTS ! SKIRTS ! SKIRTS !
Voiles', Cheviots, Etamines.
at . I . A. .,..1. AAlva a I m D Q 1 t p. a fnf mall wnmAn L t W fn. larr.
.liaiesik variety ui i- . v. , . . . , . . .v. , . . -
women, who cannot be fitted elsewhere can always be titled here.
WOMEN'S VOII.B SKIRTS In beautiful WOMEN'S IMPORTED VOILE AND
shades of blue and black, with D Oil tiAMinis Bainiu-aiegnni, n en
W 911 giaoeiui garmeuu, i ana is w w
silk drop.
New Spring Jackets and Rain Coats.
Beautiful light weight coats. In castors and I Women's rain coats, the new two caps
black C fin siye, warrants! snowor pruui, ia Ifl flfl
special 9 UUj value, for IU UU
Grand Showing of Women's Waists.
In Japanese and China silks, linens, lawns, organdies, lace, all weaves of
fabric, ranging in price irora i.w u
Women's 12 to Hi
coats...
Women's H'O to $30
coats
Last Call on Winter Jackets
' C fin I Children's U0 to S12
aa t -W WU I
10 00
coats
Cluldren's U50
1 coats
10 00
5 00
50c
ELABORATE DISPLAY OF SPRING
MILLINERY.
The new draw, tailored and street hats have arrived, bringing
a thousand different hints from Paris, London and New York aa
to the modes for i-pring and summer' presenting a most inter
esting early exhibit for feminine thought and reflection Millin
ery Department is on Second Floor.
MAYDERS BROS.
How is this?
$2.48 and up
Compare with cash store prices
Credit not a favor. Your
privilege and our
business.
Head our special "ad" every Bonday
Wednesday In The Bee.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Ucsckfi Ike Live Slack Mts.
t n rmmmmmmmmmmammT
51.00 Shirts, fca lOUf U0S0IT1 ITiena bJ $1.50 Shirts I
G. H. Frederick & Co.,
1504 Farnam.
Furnishing Goods.
Stetson's
Blaf-A B W Eiclusus Ageoci for Dunlap's
Hows This, $7.48
on time, 50c psr week.
Call and be convinced. Credit
and cash- all the same.
We Trust the People
Some Trust a Few
Our Grand Opening
Is Today
Saturday, March 5,
MUSIC
A Beautiful Souvenir to
Each Lady that visits our
New Store Saturday.
II. B. RIDGLEY
IUIDSE. GO.
316 S. 16th street,
OMAHA.

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