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rilK BKK: OM MIA, SATfKDAY, AlMilL 10, 1013.
11 I Establish a if old one was destroyed by the storm order a few piece of furniture if only a few pieces are needed but give your family the comforts of a home and do it without delay. Special Credit suffered by the storm We're doing all we can for every family trying to supply what they need at the very smallest expense and on the most generous credit arrangements possible. We're making special concessions now ex traordinary credit accommodations and endeavoring in every way to help RESTORE THE HOME COMFORTS TO OMAHA PEO PLE regardless of their financial condition. Special Discount to Storm Sufferers SOLID OAK EXTENSION TABLES We are closing out at one half regular prices J5 Sample Extension Tables, all made of solid oak, in Golden, Fumed or Early English finish. An un usual opportunity. "USD Bressers Mado of solid oak not an Imitation of oak) v.'ull fin ished, has French bbvol mir ror. It'B one of several dresser spe- (T f f r clals.. On )Sri tAn salo now Vv7U a DRESSER S THE REXALL DRUG STORES THE MARK CROSS RAZOR Kqual to a t5 fonrzor...25c T h'e newest and best- safety razor on tho market. Every one pronounces them as good an most 15.00 razors. Once tried. always used. Painting Time Is Here ouerwtu-1 illlamB' Paints have no equal. A special paint for each i rpuse. 'n i for color card. - i Pn'nt 15o 1 gallon can Outside Paint 92.00 1 pint good VarnlHh 360 1 quart Inside Floor Paint ...600 1 quart Mar-Not Floor Var nish , , 35o Jssfl E15 SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUG GO. OWTi DRUG CO., lOtli and Harney; HARVARD PHARMACY, 24th 1 - T T if miT lllf a WW n ,rn n m - . ami I'limum; luhuj iuii r,n m& j5L i '-5 V cars' Service In Onialia. sr crsA wvw A .t New Offices. New Building. 706 City National Bank 8ldg. Sixteenth and HOTELS. VANDERBET HOTEL 3415 ST. EAST At the focal point crest of Murray Hilt, the sea, artificially fed TARIFF J Single rooms .... Doubl room ... Double bedroom, boudoir drtitlnf-room and bath Sultei-Parloir, b4room and bath TMHilliard Mwapny Dirmctor VilronHMinfull AtaMyr Each room with bath new hom Dining Chairs WW Made of splected solid oak no imitation u strong, durable on sale, only iii ilhsjhsjmb V i 1513-1515 HOWARD STREET MEDICINE FOR DOGS We carry a complete line of medicines for does, and are Klad to receive Inquiries at any time oncoming these goods. Sargeant's Dog Medicine Puppy cakes, lb 10c Sprutts Dog Soap, cake 30 o . .Jiuti's Uog Cakes (biscuits) lOo lb.; 3 lbs., 25o box con taining -25 lbs $1.76 Shorman's Distemper Powder, (reduces fever) SOo Sherman's Tonic Tablets, (give as a tonic after Mange or Distemper) SOo Sherman's Disinfectant Creo phenyl, for kennel, pint bot tle, B0c; V4 gallon bottle. .91.30 Hover's Kit Cure OOo ' Tonic EOo Glover's Cough Mlxturo 60c 0ANDY BARGAINS Box of Barr's 60c SATUIt- 4Q. DAY CANDY for '. Wo aro exclusive agents for Guth's celebrated lino of Con fections, Belling from 10c to $2 16th and ! Dodge. i-invn.miui , mn- is. lmn -3 Harney, OMAHA. Telephone Doug'. 3500. fir PARK, AVE., N.Y: Subway EntruHO of the terminal zone, on the cooled by Southern breezes from by chilled air, 600 sunlit rooms. per day-t3. U, tS. tS W, 16, 7. 9 t8. 10. til ' ' 110.111.11 Special rate j for Summer Tv o $10.00 Extern- fa? QQ m Tables, now. . P J& Ion ovon $19.50 Exton- tQ Cf slon Tables, now.. i)l.OU Six $25 Exten- J O JZf slon Tables, now ipi.DU Two $H8.00 Extension t g rr Tables, now IS? ,UU Two S4 5.00 Extension Ann r- Tables, now P&&.)U Threo $48 Extension (Tr ff Tables, now JpZi.UU Two $00.00 Extension tfor& ff Tables, now pOU.UU chair $1.69 vn M BURGLARS IN TRIBUL0 HOME GET MONEY AND ARTICLES O. T. Trlbulo, 110- South Thirteenth , street, reported to the police that bur I glare had gained entrance to his place I last night by prying open a bnsemont I window and had taken J2S In cash and ! merchandise valued at $35. A NcrloiiH llrrnkdoivit results fiom chronic constlputlou. Dr. King's New Life Pills relieve headache, stomach, liver and bowel trouble. 25c. I Kor sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise ment. for Infants and Invalids Got HORLICK'S I It means the Original and Genuine MALTED MILK "atfieu SnitationS' The Food-Drink for all Ages Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form. For infants, invalids and growing children. Purenutrition,upbuildingtho whole body. Invigorates nursing mothers and the aged. More healthful than tea or codec. Take no substitute. Ask for HUntJCK'S HORLICK'S Contains Pure Milk Changes in Train Schedules Illinois Cen- A 1 T T Kffectlvo Sunday. April 20th. Illinois Central train No. 2 will bo known as No. 12, will leavo Omaha 5:00 p. m., Instead of 5:30 p. m. Present train No. 8 will be known an No. 14, will leave Omaha 9:00 a. m., instead of 10:55 a. m. Present train No. 1 will bo known as No. 11, will reach Omaha 8:20 a. m.. Instead of 8:00 a. in. Present train No. 7 will bo known as No. 13, will reach Omaha at 3:30 p. in., same as at present. Trains No. 31 and 32 between Council IJluffs and Fort Dodge discontinued. Fur ther Information at City Tlckot Office. 407 South ICth St., Omaha. ALLEN'S FOOTEASE I The AatUepllc powder shaken Into i mesDoes ine&ianaara ncm cay lor the feet (or a mutter century. 30.000 testimonials. Sold , Tnde-Muk. everywhere, 2V-, Sample I'KKK. ' Address, Allen S, 0uiled I,ekov,N V. TbeMontvhgtiutUicCeH iu FEET. BRIEF CITY NEWS Btaok.riUconer Co., Undtrtnkcri. rtdtllt? Storag-a fc Van do. UmiK 1M1 KT Hoot Print It Now llenron Prefji Ufrh tlncr rutnraa repaired nnd refln tahrd Hunress-flrnnrlcn Co. Iiouglos (SI. Qood rinmblnr company will lo It right nnd ouve you money, 'l'honn u. HoiiRlas 191S Man Bobbed of Watch Al Jonon , otoppliiB it the Omnlm hougp. Twelfth and DoiiKlns MroetR, was vobhod by a negro on Davenport street. Tho negro tnnile bwii) with h wuteh vnluett nt about f.'"' nnd $7 In each. Mother Hfti Son Held Alfred l'oter fon. nged 22. HvtnK nt ISO? Ohio street, wns nrrested on complaint of his mother and Is held nt tho police station. Peter son Is thought t ho mentally dernnged nnd his mother wlshrs his ca-v to bo Investigated. Tornado Special To help tlifute who are repairing or rebuilding, wo will sup. plv during April nnd May reitdy mixed paints and vnrnlahes nt a discount of 20 per rent from regular wholesale pr'cea. -LI U. Ilruce & Co. The state Bank of Omaha pays 4 per cent on time deposits, s per cent on sav ing accounts The only bank In Omnhn whoso depositors aro protected by tho depositors' gunrnuti'o fund of tho stato of Nebraska. 17th nnd Harney streets. Fixes Btreet for Tans Donn Noyes, superintendent of the asphnlt street re pair plant, hns repaired Sixteenth street from the viaduct to Hourke park and gangs of men were working on repairs on Sixteenth street from Douglas north and west on Farnnm. Acksd to rind Taylor Request hns been received by the police from Hart ford, .s. D., to find Rnlph Taylor, aged yenrs. whoso mother died there sov eral days ago. Taylor cun got railroad transportation from Chief of l'ollco Dunn by applying nt his offlco. Seek MUslntr FaopI Tho pollen de partment Is trying to find the following mltslng people: Edward Hlth. Frank lllrun of Nashville, Tenn.; Joe Caton of i flrlswold. In.; Ellas L.ee, Viola Haosiir, Carl Harris of Urle, Iu. i Emery Mo-C-ulder und Molllo Hardy. To Vaccinate Pupils nt take Sohool All pupils of the third, seventh and eighth grndes of Lake school will he vac cinated to prevent n contagion of small pox. Joe PctcrBon. father of ono of tho pupils attending this school, Is 111 with i.mallpox, and through his child others have been exposed. At least 113 pupils will be vaccinated. Mrs. Deal Asks Slvoros Mrs. Mary P Heal, thirty years a resident of Doug, las county, has brought suit for divorce agnlnst her husband, 11. H. Ileal of South Omaha, alleging cruelty and nonsupport. The couplf was married In Omaha June 30, 1SS1. They have six children, two of whom are minors. Mrs. Ueal asks for tho custody of the younger children. Try to Steal Manhole Covers Henry Miller, 1315 Daveniol't nnd Henry 13vnns. Ninth nnd Dodge streets, nrrcsted Thurs day afternoon by Officers Vnnous nnd Wright for stealing covers off of man holes hack of the city hall nnd court house, wero arraigned beforo Judge Fos ter. Miller was lined 110 and costs and Evans dismissed. Tho former tried to break away from the officers when nr rested. School Qlves Two Performances Two performances of "Bonnie Jlell, Cousin of Cindorclln," were given by fourth grade pupils of Monmouth Park school Friday afternoon, parents of pupils nnd students from other grades composing the audience. First performance was given nt 115 o'clock, nnd tho other followed nt 2:S0. Miss Elvira Llndstan, teacher of the fourth grade, directed tho work. Big- Apartment House Bold. Tho Ivy ap.irtiiH :t hoiire, Sixteenth ttreet nnd Sherwood avenue, hns been (o1d by the Hart-Heck compnny to Frank Babbitt of Flounce. The purchase price was not given out. hut real estate men say the figure must have been nround $50,000. The Ivy Is a four-story brick npartmont houso. It occupies a largo lot nnd has a wide and deep lawn. Uabhltt made the pur- rln'i.p as an investment. Held on Insanity Charge Joseph r. r.uic, who wis arrested by Eddie Flem ing Tuesday night for bentlng Miss Hes sle Diamond, 1023 North Eighteenth street, because sho preferred his room to Ills company, was taken to tho county Jail on an Insane warrant. Brodlo ap parently got the habit of attempting to force his attentions on Miss Diamond, and had been reprimanded In police court severul times with no effect. Upon ex amination he was found not responsible for his notions. Hauling Beaver Boards Tho east Is now shipping hulldlnt material to the west, and the Mllwnukeo Is hauling' 120 cars of beavpr board from Chicago to Omaha and the cities on tho Pacific coast. The heaver board Is a composi tion product and takes the place of sheathing and lath nnd plaster. It comes in strips eight to twelve feet long and three to four feet wide. Each sldo of a thin strip of hoard is covered with a pulp preparation that Is practically fire proof and turns water like metal. I -aid end to end, these strips of beaver board that tho Milwaukee Is handling would mnke a continuous walk from New York to Denver and hack to Omnha. McCrory's Store on Sixteenth Street is Opened to Public McCrory'e 5 and 10-cent store In the Amen building on Sixteenth street Is opened to the public. Uetween the honru of 1:30 nnd 5:30 and 7 nnd 9 o'clock Friday an Informal reception was held, when hundreds passed through the doors of tho big store and saw the magnificent as sortments that were arranged for their view No goods were sold. Tho formal opening of the new store takes placo today, when many special barKalim will be offered to the public of Omnha. More than 10,0000 different articles are on display. INSURANCE MONEY FOR REPAIRS FORTHCOMING The Nebraska Savings and Loan asso ciation has closed up Its tornado insur ance accounts with borrowers whose homes were damaged or destroyed by the tornado. The total amount received was J31.&00. In all cases where homes were damaged the Insurance money was turned over to home owners for Immediate use, while those rebuilding will be given necessary funds ns the work proceeds. The Ne braska association was particularly for tunate In requiring Indlvlduul tornado In surance In preference to the blanket policy, consequently the eloes of boi rowers v.cie more quUkly adjusted. PERSONAL: IU n w lphi'lmcr lidn l-t fi " tills We liHe bought '.on.i new pt'i'i s nn. I the l' 'HNAIVi plum- iro Stlll n our floors Wo nrml I lit sp. p The ulc ones are niihk to see un .pp. ri mi 1 1 are mi wine' Heine'" her this Is oui Htore St"p In and see these hnrgalns STEINWAY WEBER HARDMAN ,100 PIANO mUOAlNS from $ir. to J400, rodurotl from $ 1 7fi ami S00 You will nftrely find the l'lnno vou want H13UI3. SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PEAN3 0. 1 1 it 1 1 . 1 it 1 :t Kariiaiti St., TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CONSERVATIVE SAVINGS AND In view of tho various state ments and criticisms nuuU' in ono of the daily papor relative to some of the loan companies holding .back in the readjustment of t h e i r loans with cyclone sufferers because the tornado insur ance companies have not set tled their claims with the build ing and loan associations, we believe that in justice to your selves and members of this as sociation (and for the informa tion of the public us well), you should understand the exact situation so far as it relates to the Conservative Savings and Loan association. Five years ago this associa tion placed a blanket tornado insurance policy for the bene fit of its investing and savings members, with tho Insurance Company of North America. Almost immediately following the signing of this policy the Bollevue cyclone destroyed sev oral houses on which this asso ciation hold loans. The losses suffered by us at that lime, an dor that policy, were promptly and satisfactorily adjusted and paid. Upon the day following the Omaha tornado, the state agent for the Insurance Company of i North America willed at our ol ficos and stated that he, to gether with the adjuster of said compnny for the stato of Iowa, wero on the ground for the pur pose of adjusting not only our losses under the blanket poliov, but to adjust the individual losses of our members and all other persons carrying specific insurance m said company on their respective properties. Mr. Henderson, stato agent, advises us that all of his seventy-six specific losses have been ad justed and paid with ono ex ception. On April 4 tho vice president of the insurance company from Philadelphia, and the western manager from Chicago, wero in the city, nnd with tho officers of this association reviewed carefully the entire stricken district, examining every loss where we might have a claim against them, practically fixing valuations at that time. We have therefore been in position for the last two weeks to ar range settlements with those borrowing members whose properties were destroyed. As a matter of fact, we have been sottling individual cases for the last two weeks when? the bal ance of funds needed had been arranged for by the borrower. The chief difficulty has been and still is that some fifty of our borrowers, whoso places were either totally destroyed or idiotically so, need relief, either by way of donation or second mortgage loans, or by both donation and loans,. They cannot proceed further without this assistance. These borrow ers have visited our offices and aro satisfied, so far as we have been advised, with the valua tions placed on their properties' and a number are nad and' hue been ieadj for tuine da.., Urhifl this with you. It is worth $10.00 (We Close at 9 p. m.) ONLY Omnlm, N'ol). OhloM IMano LOAN ASSOCIATION to proceed to rebuild, provided they can securo public assist ance either by donation or sec ond mortgage loans. The re storation committee, of which 11. A. Tukey is chairman and W. O. Paisley 'secretary, and whoso business it is to make second mortgage loans without interest, have been very prompt in aiding all those making up plication to them for second mortgages, where they were en tit led to the assistance asked. A considerable number of our borrowers need a donation in addition to. tho second mort gage loan. To mnko it all sec ond mortgage and no donation loads them up too heavily with debt. The difficulty just now is for them to secure action from the relief committee in determining tho amount of do nation to which thoy aro on titled. Wo realize that these com mittees are working with a deli cate and complicated situation, and that full and complete in formation must be secuVed bo fore definite conclusions can bo reached. So far as tho mem bers of the different building and loan associations are con- corned, we believe that the re ports of the officers of those associations are practically as complete and roliable as can bo obtained. Wo have boon doing business with-many of these people for years and know them and their conditions. It has been our effort to aid these pub lic committees in every way possible by famishing as full information as is iu our posses sion wherever it has been asked. Promptness in granting this relief is the one. great thing to be desired just now, even if the amount granted "is' not as large as tho applicant thinks he should receive. With money in hand, reconstruction work can bo begun at once on many of these former homos, or a new start can bo made toward se curing a new home in a now lo cation. It is the purpose of our organization and has always been our effort to aid home builders in getting into their own properties,' and wo have not for ono moment held back at this time. On the contrary wo have been lending every possible assistance to our indi vidual borrowers, as well as to relief committees, in bringing about prompt assistance to those who have suffered so great losses. Iirthermore, we believe that all of tho building associations of the city lime done their best at this time to aid in bringing about prompt settlements and re-establishing the homeless. So far as we can learn there aro but one or two cases where matters have perhaps been unduly delayed and there may have been reas ons for delay in those cases. It is not best to condemn or criti cise in times like these until the full facts aro known. Siu eerely yours, By GEO. P. GJLMOKB, President. PA I Lj A . 1 I lLN S S'crotar). ft TAKES gAEEK I Etr L HOME 1 BALANCE i on any bargain piano KMKKSOX Mcl'HAIl, STKfJKK v SONS Kclimoller Mueller Houso In tho Went. KMnb. 1851). Interest You I )o you know that tho NEW PKOCESS OAS STOVES and RANGES are known as a great gas-saver? Call and see the latest styles.- Johnson Lamp Go. (510 S. Kith. Tel. 0. 3700 That Spotless Spot How In ncqulro an appetite try to Buy "Tlint Spotless Spot" ono hundred Union very fnnt. KIrat you tlustor. then yon laugh. Laughter tickles tho pnl nto nnd makeu you hungry, nnd hitiiRer Hhould he appodKed In the mini tnry nnd pleanlntr snrround Intrs of thnt spotleMB spot, the Woodman Cafeteria 14th and Tarnam Street. MubIo Evenings. Home Cooklnff. Moderate Prices. Little Folks Birthday Book This popular feature ap pears again in the Bee every day. It should inter est you and your children. Mr.SUM HNTM. "Omaha's run centek." LAST TIMES TODAY Hi! The Great Behman Show EXTR A VACANT A AND YAUDHVIliliH Xiadles' Dime Matinee Todsy. "Worth Cllmtlng the H1U." Tabloid Musical Comedy WEBBY MABY with HAS II Y BHAZTHOXT and Taxlcab Chorus DAILY AT 3:30; 7:30 AXTD 0 V. M. Seats reserved nt Uoth performances every ovcnlujr. I'liono limit;. .11) 1 SPECIAL SQL FOR TODAY ONLYl Matinee, 3:15; Tonight, QUO Sharp Italph llvrs- - Minnie lnjrc6 H in -Mr. ami .Mrs Jai'k MciSreoyy Ofclos' 1'lve Mimlial OerniHiiH ( Vi II lleresforil The Oon Trio- IMiHon's Talking Mo tion l'Wtures Iri.-ort--.Matiiee. lOcl lieet KeutH. I'tii'. cxiept Hnmrrtny una Sunday. NlKht - 10e, 2fn. CiOe, 70u, BRANDEIS THEATER Tonight But. Mat. ana Nlgbt BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. Sun., Mon. A MODEHIT EVE BOYD THEATER TOHIOHT. A Iii. WSSX. Matlnse Wednesday, Saturday LAST TWO WEEKS OP THE SEAS OS EVA LANG in EAST LYNNE NEXT WEEK LAST WEEK NOBODY'S WIDOW Sssts are now on sale for both weeks. BASE BALL OMAHA vs. SIOUX CITY ItOUHKK PARK April 18, 19 and 20 Gnmes Called at 3:00 1 sr. Krug Theater Mat. Today, 3:30 Wig-lit, 0(30 WATSON'S BEEF TRUST Qasss The Combined Weight of tin Chorus Ludlss' Daily Dime Matlne EMPRESS continuous ci m FAMILY THEATRE photoplay inn .n a I KMKKSOX I 11 MrlMUH, M L I This Will I II ! 1 ii