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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1010.
BAM CLEARINGS TP ALL
Xecord for Tuesday it Largeit Omaha
Ever Attained.
TOTAL GOES UP TO $4,204,317
ffrcon Tlss la the Clty'a Cinr
tfce ' Fifr-sr Hare Fsce-fO
fke rr Mlllloa-Dol-1m
Mark.
Omaha erllpM all records In bank clear
1ms TuSay by attaining th enormous
total of $4.304,317 01. This Is th second
time In history that the flrures have been
above the $4,009,000 mark, the former hlfh
mark having- b-n made January 3, with
uomethlns; over 14.131,000.
Tuesday' record Is all the more remarka
ble when It la considered that the former
high record of January i was made the
day following- a hollrlay. Hanks were closed
on New Years and the clearings regis
tered on the second day of the year were
virtually for two days.
The figure for March 2, 1909, were 13.
429,61341. Tuesday'a figure show a gain
of 1774.77141 over the corresponding date
last year.
February' record for the month was
$62, 677. 1M. 00. which was over $14,000,000
greater than' the flfruree for the second
month last year. Both records are good
ones, for February had only twenty-two
banking days, deducting four Sundays and
two holidays.
"The pace we set on the first banking
day of the year was certainly a fast one,"
commented William B. Hughes, secretary
of tho Omaha Clearing House association.
"Today, however, we have topnotched the
record. It Is a hard one to equal, but there
1 still time and we may even pass these
figures.
"March Is usually a good month In the
banking line, as Is reflected in the clear
ances. There Is considerable movement of
grain and building material In the spring,
which Increases the circulation of money."
More Builders
to Ask Increase
Bricklayers and Carpenters Will Fol
low Flatterers, Who Get $8,
as Demanded.
Now carpenters and bricklayers have de
cided to ask for an Increase In wages, the
Increase to. apply to all jobs on which con
tract are let .In the future, but not on
Jobs for which the contracts are already
let. Some time ago the plasterers asked
for $6 a day, which was granted by the
contractors. ,
Neither the carpenters nor the bricklay
ers have as yet presented their demands
to the contractors, but they will ask for
a hearing at the meeting of the contractors
to be he'd next Tuesday evening.
Carpenters are now receiving a minimum
of 45 cents an hour wl.th a rising scale to
66 cents an hour. They will ask for a raise
of 5 oents an hour. Bricklayers are now
receiving 624 cent an hour and they de
cided, at a meeting held Sunday afternoon
to ask for 76 cents an hour, the same as
was accorded the plasterers.
"We don't want to have any trouble and
are not saying a word about striking,"
said H. Stroesser, business agent of the
carpenters' union.
CHARLES J. UNDSTROM. OLD
RAILWAY MAIL CLERK, DEAD
For More Than Thlrtr Year He Ran
on.Uatoo Pacific, Northwester
and Barlln-rton.
Charles J. Lindstrom died after a short
illness at his residence, 271S Manderson
street, Omaha. Wednesday, at S a. m.
Funeral services will be held at the home,
715 Manderson street. Friday, March 4.
1910. Friends are Invited. He was a member
of tha Fraternal union and Knights and
Ladle of Security, Insurance orders.
Mr. Lindstrom had been engaged In the
United States railway mall service for more
than thirty years. From 1889 until 1903 ho
served, on th Burlington, Union Pacific
and Northwestern railways as mall clerk,
with tha exception of one year, when he
was transfer clerk at the Webster street
station, Omaha, . and on December 8, 1903,
was assigned a registry transfer clerk be
tween tho Omaha postof flee and the depots.
In which service he was active up to within
a few days ago.
Mr. UDdstrom was born In Sweden Octo
ber 22, 1846. In tho summer of 1852 ha came
to America with his parents, who located
at Andover, Henry county, Illinois. He
received his education In the publlo schools
of that town. . For a number of years he
was engaged In the hardware business at
Lynn, Henry county, Illinois, and later was
connected; with the Svenska Amerikaneren,
a Swedish paper la Chicago, as It traveling
correspondent. .
, Mr. Lindstrom took an active part In
politic In central Illinois as a republican
and, was one of the leaders of Swedish
cltlsertshlp In Illinois. He was a personal
(rlend of General Thomas J. Henderson,
for ruaoy years congressman from Illinois,
and U was through his Influence that he
became identified with the United States
railway mall service. In which position he
( served with, great fidelity and honor to
Mr. Lindstrom and hi family cams to
Omaha In the ytar 1891 and have since re
sided hero. He was married In Cambridge,
111., in 1870, to Miss Louise Carlson of
Lynn,' 111., who survives him, with six
daughters and one son Mrs. Rosa Potts,
8034 Fowler avenue; Mrs. Ida Star Buck,
S809 North Twenty-ninth street; Mrs. Esther
8 we If el, 2245 North Twentieth street; Mrs.
Dlty Baughm. 2715 Manderson street; Mrs,
Tor Skinner, Chicago; Miss Laura and one
on, Phillip, unmarried, at th home.
I
Keep Chamberlain' Llrumeni on hand.
It. la an anttseptl liniment and causes
wound to heal In less time than by any
other treatment.
THIEVES STEAL CHEAP. RINGS
6 ma an PUkte Glass Window ana Take
' Haadred and Fortr-Poir Ont
I Jewelry Store.
Lured by tho display of hundreds of
flashing rings In a window of the Uusiaf
son Handrlekson Jewelry store, 203 Nor:tt
Sixteenth ' street, some thief or thloves
smashed a aeotton of heavy plate glass
wltrr a -pleco of Iron pipe early Wednesday
morning and mad away with two trays
containing 144 cheap rings. According to
the proprietors of the store nut a ring
was worth more :lian $100.
A watchman at tho Loyal noiol noticed
tho wreaked window shortly before 6 o'clock
and. reported to th police. No flu to the
robber ht been found.
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Importer's Sample Pieces and Strips
Edges, Bands, Galloons, Appliques
All Overs and Nettings
Silk Embroidered and Jeweled Bands.
Chantilly, oriental & net laces. Silk embroidered beltings.
Laco bands and insertions in crochet, venise, filet effects.
Silk embroidered, crochet and venise effects, in separable
medallions and festoons.
AJ1 over laces in oriental, crochet and venise.
Silk embroidered chiffon all overs. Black chantilly all
overs.
Double width plain and fancy waist nettings, etc, etc.
whites, ecrus and blacks.
Many Worth up to $2 a Yard
In Four Big Lots al. a Yard
A
yard
6hc flAc
yard
yard
Women's Raincoats at $2.98
We have grouped several hundred genuine
Hodgeman Waterproof Coats into one big
lot lor i nursaay. lnese are good, ftrHQG
practical raincoats that are worth
as high as $10, at
$2!
Women's Spring Suits at $15
All the newest colors, newest fabrics and the
correct designs for spring 1910.
This is a special group of the clev
erest new styles specially priced, at
$15
New Spring Jackets are Here
The smart new styles, made In coverts, man
nish worsteds, black serges, etc all the new
spring features a special offer rt? C
for Thursday, at.
Women's Smart Spring Skirts, worth up to $6, at. .
In the new all over pleats, kilt pleats, etc., up-to-date
styles'and colors every skirt is well tailored
$2
98
Dig Bargains From the Cook Stock
Men's and YI omen's Shoes
Thousands of pairs of up-to-date shoes and
oxfords on bargain squares and tables. They
are in all sizes your choice of the Cook
Pcr?-.$1.98 and $2.50
Next Saturday Is Our Great Sale of
MEN'S CLOTHING
ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK OF LIEBERMAN BROS.
Corner Broadway and Canal Sts., New York.
(Who Retired from Business)
Your choice of all their fine Medium Weight Suits worth
up to $2?.50 in two big lots Saturday, $g50 $J250
w-. OUaTUI PURE J t
KOOD CENTER. JJ
MODERATE PRICED RESTAURANT ON SECOND FLOOR.
BEWARE THE FALRFJ ECONOMY OF CHEAP FOODS.
CULTIVATE THE REAL. ECONOMY OF PURE FOODS.
INSIST ON COURTNEY QUALITY.
Courtney quality mean the best posiblo quality In verythlns;. priced
at the lowest figure that can be asked without the saorlflce of goodness.
Courtney quality means a, cleanliness that only perfect sanitary condi
tions and ventilation can give.
Conservation of Nature's forces demands a change of laws. Conservation
of your own forces demands a change of menu. Don't eat the same old
thing. Insist on a change.
Get In a rut and you will soon be going backward.
Uet your appetite In a rut and It will soon be going back on you.
Huy where you can always get a real variety of good foods.
Call up Douglas M7 every morning.
Courtney quality Is the achievement of twenty years in tha selling of
good food and never any other kind.
Every woman who buy household supplies today know that when eha - !
Duys rrom i ounney s sno is Duying pure rood.
There Is no economy in cheap foods that are cheap and nothing else. .
Your work demands that you be well fed. You can't do first-class work
on second-class food.
Every grocer has the chance to buy inferior goods, charge regular price
for them and make more money. Unscrupulous dealers do It, but they never
build up a reputation for QUaXXTT LIU COTTBTsTXY'S.
, ' ..A Horrible Death
result from decaying lungs. Cur couch
and weak, sore lungs with Dr. King's New
JHsoovery. - Wo and fl .ft). For sale by Bea
ten. Drug Cp. . ,
tors Battled Beer.
Can be obtained by th case from Chaa.
Etors. Tisxt door 'aorth of Stars Brewery.
Prompt delivery to private family trad.
Bam price a formerly, pbone Wbtr
fck. Iod. B-U6L
Grocery Specials
4!-lb sack Lotu Flour 91.60
JOc bottle English Mustard Sauce .....loo
35c ran Sliced Apricots...,. 85o
10c Bleached Sultana RaiHlns lOo
15c can Early June Peas 10o
Bayles' Yum-Yum Pickle, per bottle lBo
Bayles' Cyclone Relish, per bottle lOo
Hay Irs- Chill Sauce, per bottle loo
Fancy Colorado Potato, per bushel too
20c can Bordelalse Imported Sardines lOo
Unions, per dosen..... .' 16o
Carrots, Beets, Onions,. Radishes per bunch... 6o
Figs, pr lb Ho
sTSW Z.AID rOOfl Eggs from th Brandels farm
guaranteed delivered the day they. were OPT,
laid at, per dosen J-
Both Phone.
Baiter sod Cheese
Department
Young America Cheese,
pound 20
Cottage Cheese per
PK 10
Waukesha Cheese, per
Vg 25
Our Own Make Peanut
Butter (bulk), per
lb 20
Lotus Creamery Butter
(cartons), lb. . -30
COURTNEY & CO.
17th and Douglas Street, Omaha,
MRS. 0'GORMAN LAID AT REST
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Bart at Holy pnlcher, Itk Be
antes lllga alaa at St.
Joha' CharrTa.'
Th last rite were held Wednesday
morning at SL Jphn's church, over the body
of Mr. Mary O'Qorman, who died Monday
morning. Requiem tagh mass was cele
brated in the presence of the Borrowing
family and friend that HI led th edifice.
Interment waa mad in Holy Sepulcher
cemetery.
Mrs. O'Gorman was on of Omaha's pio
neer and i wa ! considered on . of the
wealthiest women of th city. She cam
from the west of Ireland, and with her
first husband, Matthew Carroll,' settled on
a claim in the district now known as
Patrick avenue and Twenty-fourth street.
All of th immediate fanrtlr were present
am
The Mrch Monthly Style Hook of Ladl
ome Journal Patterns ts in. Gt one, frc
. : :
f7 Wf -SiXVK
Just 21 Days to Buy
Easter Suits
We are Just as fully prepared to show
you the newest styles NOW as we will be
nt any time later durlnc the season. An
early Easter brought earlier shipments.
Let us suggest immediate selections of
Knnter Suits, giving ample time for alterations
and to avoid possible disapjHHntment during
tlie rush days preceding Easter.
Look at This Natty Suit
That's tho character of the suits we are
featuring Thursday. Smart, conservative and
dignified in appearance and expressive of
fashion's highest ideals and yet surprisingly
inexpensive withal. There is absolutely noth
ing produced under $25 that surpass these
$1M2
6ults. The material, is of pure worsted and
all wool serges, the linings are of guaranteed
satin and the fit and tailoring are superb.
Note the long roll collar, tho 32 inch coat,
(in one, two, and three button effects) and
the graceful pleated skirt. Shown in all tho
prevailing spring shades and black.
SPRING JACKKTS Arrival of new tan
diagonal and striped covert, 32 inch Jackets
is announced. Smart, Jaunty garments, spe
cial, at 56.95
BENNETT'S
Swofford Stock Lace Bargains
Amazing values here now on finest laces, all the new spring
importati6ns for garnishing foulards and other gowns.
Venise Bands, Net Tops, Cluny, Baby Irish, Irish Crochet,
Motifs,' and allover laces. Fine goods, A r Dili fl?
worth $3 to $12 yard, all, at HfiLr FUllEi
ZEPHYR GINGHAMS, a whole case of the beautiful new
plain and checked styles, worth 12M:c and 15c, at yd. 74c
BENNETT'S
New Spring Lace Curtains
In our buying preparations for tho
spring of 1910 we happened across a num
ber of curtain lots that show surprising
bargain possibilities. These we feature
Thursday at good round reductions. At
the same time we shall offer
lOO 8. & H. (JItKKN STAMPS WITH
KAOH PAIR.
Plan to come for these if you have
spring curtain needs.
CAULK NET CVUTAINS New scroll
and Conventional designs, 53x108 Inches,
two lines in this style Curtain:
$7.50 Curtains, at 85.75
$6.60 Curtains, for $4.75
NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS Six excel
lent new patterns, nice large size; qualities
everywhere priced at $4.75 or $5.00. Wo
offer them Thursday, at, pair . . . .83.98
IRISH POINT CURTAINS AND HAT
TENIJERC1S A wide array of exquisite,
dainty new patterns; styles that always
please and which are always in
good taste for your best rooms.
The following prices represent a
third saving, $3.05, $4.93, $5.50
1 If Sale of
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SWI8S CUBTalNB
We Rhall have two
attractive specials
In Swiss Curtains,
both exceptionally
Rood values, with
ffnch pair, 20 S. A
H. sfps, pr. 4so-59o
Sec the
Windows
The largest as
s e mb 1 a g e of
u Men " shopper
ever gathered in
one Omaha shoe store,
was in evidence yesterday
the first day of our
Pie Pay aBe fi
Men's "Odd"iniDinnidls
C'Ff l
$1.45
for $2.50 and
$3 Grades
81.95
for up to $4
Grades
$2.95
for up to $6
Grades
Yes Oxfords as Well as high shoes
It' th annual disposal of all ODD Onimoda all SHOUT lines all
BROKEN slmes In men's shoes, as well aa EVERY pair of OirOSOS lef
over from late last season. Ton'll find black, tan, (run metal, tan or patent
leather shoes you'll find many pairs of BOYS' shoes. First day's selling
waa reoora Dresser, om inere are orii,i, uouaanas ox pairs or shoes
remaining;, and IOCS else and YOUR style Is somewhere among the lot.
Every pair minrt you, is sunvBUiii maae, gooa Deoaus honest
Haakar SAYS they are good.
"Bob"
205 South 15th Street
Health and Wealth on . a
Southwest Farm
FASHION PLATE
STYLES
the New Spring Arrivals
SHOES and
V OXFORDS
V .! Now Roady for You.
S3.50 :.d $4.00
'Tan. Bill sy or Dull leather.
.Ke our window display at the
WALK-OVER SHOE STORE
. 314 BOUTS 15TH STBXET.
Z B. TIOHTSOH, Walk-Over Man.
Vettleton AaTnc7.
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Roliablo
Dentistry
AT
mv Tafl's Dental Rooms
at th funeral. The members are DanU-l
and Matthew, sons, of Chicago; Mrs. lUnn,
who lived with her mother, and Mrs.
Welch, 973 Twenty-seventh street, daugh-wrs.-
BUILT ON HONOR
SHOES for
Hisses j Children
For the real Built on Honor
Shoes for misses and children,
there is no store in the city to
compare with Drexel.
These particular shoes are
a specialty with us and we
take pains In the fitting.
Bear in mind when we tell
you of these shoes, they are
not ordinary shoes, but gen
uine welt soles very flexible,
no wrinkles in the lining to
tear the hose or cause discom
fort. There are many other
points in these shoes, but we
leave it to you to see for
yourself.
Sizes nnd Prices llange.
C to 8 for $1.75
8 Mi to 11 for 82.00
ltt to 2 for S3.50
Young Women's.
2V to 6 for $3.00
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
UPDIKE'S MADE A BTBIKE.
A miner ono said,
"I've mads a strike."
Th peopl all say,
Bo has Updike.
Just bake some bread
rrom th famous "Prld of Omaha"
flour
Yonll eat, Z pu eat,
Yss, every hour.
& U. SCOTT,
1710 Charles.
You've got energy hitch it up to a farm along Oklahoma;
the Frisco, make it work for you it's working Produces:
now for your boss. Spend a few dollars this
spring having a good time in a sunny clime and 1
learning where men with less ability than you have
are making several times as much money and living
Frisco an independent life, free from the domination of
Farms any commercial circumstances. Go to Oklahoma
are Happy in an electric lighted train with Fred Harvey
Homes Dining Cars.
Frisco to the Southwest
From Kansas City
Go on the Meteor, which leaves Kansas City every day. Summer is on Tittt
Fred Harvey serves the meals. Travelers to Oklahoma can Along the
profit by Harvey Dining Cars only if they go on the Frisco. Frisco
Fred Harvey The best foods that men and mills and farroi produce are
Serves the Meals served to suit every palate. , . . .
On the first and third Tuesdays of each month round trip
tickets are sold at special low fares. Aslc your home ticket
agent about them or write me where you want to go and I
will tell you just how to arrange your trip and how much
it will cost.
J. C LOVRIEN, Division Passenger Agnt
Junction Baildin, Kansas Cits , Mo.
OUR BIG SALE ON
BICYCLES and MOTORCYCLES
NOW
going on. Get our prices and Bee our goods before you buy.
OMAHA BICYCLE CO.,
OMAHA, NEBRASKA,
10TH AND CHICAGO 8TKEKTS.
"imswi "inmrwf
Ground floor
Farnam Street Front
Dee building
This is the ground floor room just west of the raaiq
entrance.
It is to bo remodeled so as to increase the floor
space to 1,271 square feet. If desired, it can bo ex;
tended to give the tenant 1804 square feet. v
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It includes a very large vault. '!
Heat, light, water and Janitor service f urnislied by the
building.
The room will be partitioned and arranged to suit the needs
of the tenant.
Apply to R. W. Baker, upt, Hoe Business Office,
Available April Firsi
Better Health Means Greater Success
I fSSUESSSS BSE3BEBEB
e'in
Years of close study, thou
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Ideal Faros
Com to the leaders of medical specialism
sands of dollars spcut in researches and scientific Investigation have made us
expert and proficient.
If you need a physician, get a good one! You cannot afford to Jeopardize
your future health and happiness by neglect or experiment with uncertain ant
unreliable treatment.
Are you suffering with Rheumatism, Goiter, Gall Stones, Catarrh, Epll
epsy. Paralysis, Stomach Trouble, Liver or Kidney disease, or any of the fein
dred chronic and nervous diseases which afflict both men and woman? I I
so see
DR. SEARLES & SEARLES. MS South 141h St., Omaha, Keb,
Bee Want Ads Boost lout Business
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