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THE BEE; OMAHA. SATURDAY, .TuNFj 13, 1P03.
i r" I H n oooococoooooococoooo ocooooo o o o o o o o Big Cut Price Sale Saturday of Ladies1 Suits, Skirts, Jackets ,,D Millinery SI 2 50 $27.59 Ladies' Tailored Suits Saturday far Q $22.50 Ladies' Voile Skirts, OQ98 q best quality Saturday for .... V" O S20 Ladies' Covert Coats, 095 tpu O Q O O o o o o G O O $17.50 Ladies' Linen Suits all colors, Saturday $12.50 Ladies' Guaranteed Silk Petticoats Saturday.... $10.00 Ladies' Panama 0095 Walking Skirts Saturday. S775 $495 You Ye Sure off Quality EVEN IF THE PRICE LOW 52-inches Ion Saturday for Any Ladies' Hat at Just i Marked Prico Trices nt this nest-building institution nre low that's certain but you'll find Hie QUALITY here every time. You'll find beauty of design in Hnrtman's furniture, too. The goods nre ns attractive as the price. We say very frankly that in all our experience here we never exhibited a more interesting lot of splendid home-furnishings. Compare these excep tional goods with the best offerings of auy other concern and you'll see mighty quick that we're underselling every other firm in the citv. Odd and End Sale (lion's Fine Suits consisting of garments taken from broken lines of jjur regular stock all new styles, beautiful fabrics and nobby patterns. Suits worth np to and including $15.00; on sale Sat urday CASH OR CREDIT for Q O Your O O Credit O . O Good 7.SO M for en's 25c Wash Ties 1AA O or three for a quar ter. On sale Satur day 25 dozen beautiful wash ties, in plain and foucy colors polka dots and beautiful stripes a big bar gain; be sure and get your share. IIU o rwmAri oiuccio. vnariA. (Toe reoples raralture ana 'Jarpat Co, Bat. 1M7.J Wo Trust Tho Peoplo O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o OOOQO.OOOOOOOO OOOO OGOOOOOOOO 'PHONE COMPANY CHANGES Five Belli Will Have One General . t Manager After July. GEORGE E. MTARLAND IS HE Dpi Moines Mnti tiets the Place ad Probjlvl)' Will Have IIU Head, quarter -with President Voil tn Omaha. Caeper E. Tout has returned from Minne apolis, where he wm re-elected president of the Northwestern Telephone company. All the officers of that company nave one were re-elf bte1 and no'chan;re. were made except the election of Q.orge E. McFarland of Dps Moines nn general manager. ' He has bren gruriAl manager of the Iowa Telephone company. Ills scope of office now will extend over Iowa, the North Vf stern and tho Nebraska Teleplionp com panies. 'and he probably will reside and !ie-- bN hr adqunrters In Omaha. . Mr. Mc Farlanrt's election becomes effec tive .'uly 1. when also the department m".risTir will take up their work. .-'ked about the report that the three cumpunlrs. Nebraska. Iowa and North yep'ern, had bceu or would be consolidated miiVr one Joint manugemenr. Mr. VoHt f r :c. : That la Incorrect. The three companies V 111 continue to be operated and adminis tered as separate and distinct corporations. M the chance we have decided on la the adoption of what w call the functional i J stem. An expert In Iowa may be bo good that w may need him In Nebraska or Min nesota, and on the other hand wa may want to use some of our experts In certain lines from the Omaha office In those other territories. We will have heada of depart ments." "We are simply trying to reduce ex penses," said Mr. Yost. "Our friends who levy taxes are getting them so high on us that we have to hedge somewhere and we believe we can do It this way." Mr. Yost Is president of five companies, th i Nebraska, Iowa, Northwestern, Duluth and Messabe, and Mr. McFarland will be the general manager of them. W. B. T. Belt will be at the head of one of the departments for the Nebraska Telephone company, traffic, operating or commercial, aa department manager, the largest of these corporations, and there will be department heada for each of the others. Other changes are contemplated, but Just when they may be made la not certain now. Mr. Yost attended' the meetings of the Duluth and Messabe" companies also and was re-elected president of each. "This president business has got to be a habit with me," he said. CUDAHY BUYING ON DOUGLAS SLEEPY SAYS HE'S HONEST Colonel Hewitt Insists He Is and Tells the Jnriare He's Also In llard I.nck. "I've hod hard luck and I lost five boats the other night. I'll pay It aa soon' as I can, so help me." Thus Sleepy Hewitt before Judge Leslie again. Sidney W. Smith having once more moved against the sleepy one, who Owes a fine and whom Smith's client thinks ought to go to Jail until it Is paid. In addition to the remark above Hewitt ussured the court he waa an honest man. Secures More Property on That Street and Seeks Grossman Home. NO PLANS FOR BUILDINGS NOW Packer Sara He Would Sell the Propertr Will Snre Give Ak- Bar-Ben Its nift-nt-of-War Thla Fall. Xobody la Too Old to learn that the aure way to cure a cough or cold Is with Dr. King s New Discovers'. tOc and $1.00. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. F ' ' """ ' uiwjiihwiw,'H1 m r.. . I.,- ' ? ii H3f6's ' j0si Latest Sala- MaZTS? m- ;i Wal1" Wi mk&f Shades 0 For Mfe Sizes I I Your Unrestricted Choice Saturday . of All Our Men's Suits That we asked $8.50, $10.00. $12.50 and $15.00 for earlier - in the season, now on tale for only five dollars. The pat terns, shades and fabrics nre all so attractive that it will be difficult for you to chose a favorite. Don't overlook the advantage of an earlv ill) L-w" Selection. You can now bnv two cnit f7r tha J -Tv svivV V4 lilt. price you would ordinarily have to pay for one.',. Remember, Men's Suits worth up to $13.00 on 6ale Saturday, for only. '. E. A. Cudahy. vice president and general manager of the Cudahy Packing company, Is negotiating for more Douglas street property, Including the corner at Seven teenth and Douglas streets known as the Qrosaman home, ' . This deal Is being made by a real estate agent through whom Mr. Cudahy has bought considerable Douglas street prop erty this year. Asked about his plans In the event the deal carries for the northwest corner of Seventeenth and Douglaa, Mr. Cudahy said: "My plans change frequently. I was sim ply told the property could be bought for a certain sum, and I have said I would take it. Further than that I have no plans for It. I would probably sell It again some time." "Have you plans for erecting a building at Seventeenth and Douglas?" "Not at all. Juat negotiating for It the same aa I would for any other piece of property I thought waa worth the money, or near the amount asked for it." "Have you plana for buildings on Doug las between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets 7" At present, no. The property Is for sale, to tell the truth. If someone wanta It he can have It." Samson la Welcome. "Ak-Sar-Ben will use It againt"' "Yes; Samson can rent most anything I have." The corner of Seventeenth and Douglas streets Is said to be worth between $53,003 and $65,000. Some place between these amounts a price has been named by an agent of the owners and Mr. Cudahy says he will take the property at the figure mentioned. One of the owners, however, Is camping out In the Adlrondacks and can not be reached to close the deal for a few days, at least. Other property In the same block Is offered for sale by Omaha agents and I la understood the entire block with the excoptlon of the Cole-McKay undertaking establishment Is likely to change hands during the summer, owners feeling that the present la, perhaps, the best time to dispose of their holdings. The property Is now occupied by four resldencea and a cottage all being old houses and among the oldest standing In the business dis trict. Aa residence property It cannot be said to be desirable. I- LADIES' TAILORED SUITS, SKIRTS, JACKETS, PETTICOATS, MILLINERY, ETC., NOW SELLING "AT ONE-THIRD OFF REGULAR PRICES. Combination Kitchen Table Two large flour and meal bins, two roomy cutlery drawers, two gliding bread and meat boards. Made of white maple. Exceptionally TM hygienic. Special for J Saturday. Catalogue Free to Ont-of-Town People m Big Rocker Special No. 1. These rockers are made of solid oak. They are upholstered In guaranteed Nantucket leather. They are very handsome In de sign, hare deeply tufted back with a beautiful ruffled edge around the back and serosa the front of the seat. There are over 300 of these rockers In the lot, and we have cut the price to only 572 WiUon Velvet ' C75 Rugs, 9x12 feel Rich designs, elegant heavy rugs, closely woven, high pile. They come from a famous rug weaver, made especially for us, and are thoroughly guar anteed by the Hartman stores. Terms fa. BO Cash, BOo Weekly. All Goods In a Un lettered Wagons Sanitary Couch All steel, three rows spiral spring supports. All steel helicals. Both sides elevate, making a full size comfortable bed; special, at Large Familj R&ne Made with extra heavy cast ings, have large square ovens, most durable fire boxes and beautiful nickel trimmings. A su perior range. Price this week oniy . . , . 22 Great Stores Thitraghoirt the V. S. 1 II f Ml V . 11 a IWW "Credit" iC' Interest Tr'J Cnargjd j 261s 1414-1416-1418 Douglas Street, Slid Oak Dresser These dressers are of ex pert workmanship and finish, made of selected solid oak. The top drawer has serpentine front, the mirrors are large and have 50 deep Deveiea A n am Prliu SS High School ; Graduates Will Have Big Doings That Alumni Be a Reunion Lively Event. ii Going Social to Detailed plans for tue annual reunion and reception of the high school alumni are almost completed. They Include an elaborate program for both the new gradu ates and the older men and women who formerly attended the school and antici pate a large attendance. An election of officers of the alumni as sociation for the next year la also scheduled on the reception program, which takes place at the high school bMlldlng Monday evening. An Innovation in the way of the appointment of an executive committee Is being talked of with the Idea of having the proposed committee take charge of future reunions ilka next Monday's, which will be the first of Its kind for some time. A large committee has been chosen for the reception. A member of each class graduated from the school will be In the receiving line to make the alumni and alumnae of all classes feel at home. A number of "big guns" are expected to attend and some will make short talks on the program. One of the old captains' quartets Is coaching up on Its favorite songs and will be one of the numerous musical attractions, while the high school glee club will be another. To the alumni who registered this spring in the books provided for the puljiose, postal card announcements of the affair have been sent, while efforts to invite all others of the Alumni association are being made by the officers and committee. FOUR BLOCKS OF BIG SEWER Those Done and Isard Street Sewer v Will Be Completed Middle of Aagraat. The Izard street sewer, the largest west of Chicago, will be compelled by August 15. J. J. Hanlghen, the contractor, la now turning the corner on Fourteenth and Web ster streets and only four blocks of the sewer remains to be built, one block west on Webster and three blocks north on Fifteenth street. Work on the West Leavenworth street sewer, between Forty-second and Forty sixth streets, will be begun Monday by McKay & Cathroe, the contractors. This sewer will cost about $15,000. Hugh Murphy has nearly completed the paving on West Leavenworth street, be tween Thirty-seventh and Fortieth streets. Carbolic Acid Killed Hazel Hunt That is Result of Post Mortem, Which Points to Suicide of Young Woman. Carbolic acid, supposedly taken with sui cidal Intent, caused the death of Hazel Hunt, the 16-year-old girl who died sud denly a Benson Thursday. A post mortem was held at the direction of Coroner Heafey and the poison waa revealed. The Inquest In the case was held at 3 o'clock. It Is said the girt was working at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Linn Ooodln, and tha latter's father, Mr. Alfred. Ooodin was alone in one part of the house and the girl waa preparing lunch In the kitchen. Goodln heard a noise like someone suffer ing and upon Investigating, found the girl lying on the kitchen floor, apparently in the throes of a violent attack, like a spasm or convulsion. Medical aid was of no avail and the girl died shortly after B o'clock Thursday. Un dertaker Dodder of Omaha, who was called, consulted with Coroner , Heafey, who In stituted the inquiry that led to the dis covery of poison In the case. Building; Permits. Mrs. Sadie Rector, Sherman and Madison avenues, frame dwelling, $2,500; Clara O. Fenwlck, 1921 Emmet, frame dwelling, $2,600; Thomas B. "Malone, Eighteenth and Spencer, frame dwelling, $2,500; brchard & Wilhelm company, 416 South Sixteenth, al teration to store, $2,600; B. Wolff, Twenty second and Manderson, frame dwelling. $2 000; E. O. Smith, Twenty-ninth and Sprague, frame dwelling, $2,000; E. G. Smith, 4U5 North Twenty-eighth avenue, repairs to dwelling, $600. Soon Commission Firms Must Give Bonds in Business Our Entire Stock ol Dlgb Class Tailored Sails at Just Eali Price IS lO DOUGLAS STREET IS 1 o DOUGLAS STREET All Cor Beanliial Dresses on Sale at Just Hall Price SATURDAY WILL BE THE BANNER DAY OF Ii UN OUTFITTING- CO. I3I5-.7-IOFARNAMST. ft "Tata BTOBI THAT'S SQUASB AX.X OTXB" c ; " "" After First of Month They Shall Put Up Security to Deal Fairly with Patroni. Commission men and bond company agents are playing hide and seek these days, for July 1 the law goea Into effect whereby dealers In produce must blnJ themselves to the eounty Judge in the sum of $2,000 to deal fairly and equitably with their clients. Smeaton Jk Browne la the first Omaha firm to qualify aa the law directs, having filed their bond with the eounty clerk Fri day morning. The bond rtatea that the firm has made application for a license this oosts $10 and covenants that it shall well and truly perform all agreements with respect to consignors aa regards the re ceiving and handling, selling and making remittances and payments In accordance with the law of the state of Nebraska. There are at least fifty houses In Omaha that must file a bond of the kind. Consigners of produce, It Is expected, will welcome the enforcement of the law. T Uluolve Ike ItlM of stomach, liver and kidney troubles and cure biliousness and malaria, take Electric Bitters. Guaranteed. 15o. for sal by Beaton Drug Co. . Our Entire Stock of TAILORED SUITS and SILK DRESSES On Sale at- JUT O Tailored Suits at Hall Price $125.00 Three Piece Suits, d OS r A clearance price Vv-'w" $95.00 Three-Piece Suits, clearance price $75.00 Three-Piece Suits, clearance price $69.50 Three-Piece Suits, clearance price. . . $65.00 Tailored Suits, clearance price , $59.50 Tailored Suits, jnQ n clearance price vaJttltl $55.00 Tailored Suits, clearance price $47.50 $37.50 $34.75 $32.50 $27.50 NE1 H A'L Tailored Suits at Uali Price $25.00 ..$22.50 $19.75 ..$17.50 $14.85 . $12.50 $9.75 $50.00 Tailored Suits, clearance price $45.00 Tailored Suits, clearance price $39.50 Tailored Suits, clearance price $35.00 Tailored Suits, clearance price $29.75 Tailored Suits, clearance price $25.00 Tailored Suits, clearance price, $19.50 Tailored Suits, clearance price IF PRICE Silk Dresses at Halt Price $65.00 Silk Dresses, clearance price $55.00 Silk Dresses, clearance price $45.00 Silk Dresses, clearance price $39.50 Silk Dresses, clearanco price $35.00 Silk Dresses, clearance price $29.75 Silk Dresses, clearance price $25.00 Silk Dresses, M A clearance nrice V -'" 4 $19.50 Silk Dresses, clearance price $32.50 $27.50 $22.50 $19.75 $17.50 $14.85 $9.75 i r