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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1898)
12 TUB OMAHA DAILY BEE SATriDAY , OCTOIIEJI ' 15 , J808.
MAKING MORE LOW RATES
lUilroada Announce the Faro for the Next
Thieo Big Events.
NEBRASKA DAY GETS A BIG BENEFIT
Oilil Follow * , Uitltnl Workmen nn < l
( irrmiinB I'uiorcil liy the Turin
nnil Tli on the Htntc Iny
IlropM In for KM Slinrc.
Well nailBled ( with the enormous attend
ance of visitors to the exposition during the
I'roce Jubllco the railroads entering the city
have just agreed on a low line of rates for
the first three week days of next week. Mon
day , October 17 , will bo celebrated as Odd
Fellows' day. Tuesday , October 18 , has been
dedicated to the Ancient Order of United
Workmen and German day. Wednesday ,
October 19 , will be set apart for Nebraska.
Kor these three days the railroads have
made lower rates thnn for the Pence Jubilee ,
and conservative Judges of passenger traffic
expect that the total attendance of the three
days will equal the total attendance of npy
three days of the present week.
For October 17 nnd lS the round'trlp rate
to Omaha from all points within 200 miles
of this1 city and return will bo SO per cent
of the regular one-way rate. The minimum
excursion rates for these days will be $1.
Tickets wilt bo rold by ticket agents of nil
railroads at points within 200 mllea of
Omaha on October 15 , 16 , 17 and for trains
arriving hero on the morning of October
18. The final return limit will bo Thursday ,
October 20. The reduced rates for Monday
and Tuesday , Odd Fellows and United ,
Workmen days respectively , will apply In
Iowa as well as In Nebraska.
The rate for Nebraska day , October 19 ,
will bo SO per cent of the regular one-
way fare for the round trip to Omaha from
all stations 1n Nebraska within 100 miles of
Omaha. From all other stations In Ne
braska the round trip to Omaha will he at
the rate of 1 cent per mlle In each direc
tion. The maximum limit on the Nebraska
day tickets will be ? T.50. From the great
majority of stations In Nebraska the round
trip'fare to Omaha and return will bo less
than $5. The tickets for Nebraska day
will bo sold by all ticket agents on Octo
ber 17 , 18 and for trains arriving hero on
the morning of October 19. The limit on
these excursion tickets will bo five days
from the date of sale.
Ml ill ii ml tn UNO < he Tunnel.
DENVER , Oct. 1-1. An agreement has
1ieon reached between the Colorado Midland
Hallway company and the owners of the
ritisk-Ivanhoe tunnel under Hagorman pass
by which the line over the pass will again
bo abandoned and the road save thirteen
miles and thirty-five minutes' time , not to
mention a heavy expense for helper engines
nnd additional crews. The I3uak-Ivanhoo
tunnel Is just two miles long , and trains re
quire ten mlnutefl to pass through. It was
originally built to cut off the "high line"
over 'the pass. About a year ago there was
a disagreement as to the remuneration the
tunnel company should receive from the road
as rental. Receiver Histlno offered 7 per
cent Interest on the actual cost of the tunnel ,
but refused to have It based on the Inflated
value as represented by excess stock. Tha
tunnel company had a contract with the
former Midland road for about ninety y ars ,
and on this demanded rental whether Mr.
Hlstlno ran his trains through or not. The
receiver took the stand that when the road
passed Into the hands of the court all con
tracts were invalidated. The question Is now
before the courts.
IliirllnKtoii'H A mm ill Mntouicnt.
CHICAGO , Oct. 14. The annual report ol
itho Chicago , Uurllngton & Qulncy railroad
for the fiscal year ending Juno 30 , 188 , has
been Isaugi ) , The resultn of operation for ( he
year worn cqmpared with Hio preyoua ( one ,
and the following Is the result :
Gross. 1808. $42,800,102 ; 1807 , I33.52C.187 ;
expenses and tnxrs. 189S , $27,810,886 ; 1897 ,
S22.661.769 : net , 18B8 , $14.889,276 ; 1897 , $12-
864,418. The funded debt was Increased bj
the Issue of $756,000 bonds and decreased bj
' the purchase and cancellation of $850,000
making a net decrease of $94,000. A net do.
rreaso of $114,500 In the bonded debt o
roads controlled by the company Is also re
ported. Other Incomes makes the total lie
turnings $15,523,437. The Interest , rental nn <
pinking fund amounts to $9,410,645 , dividend :
to $3,690,126 , leaving a balance of $2,392,666
Of thin $2,000,000 was appropriated for re
uowals. leaving a surplus of $392,666 for th
yea * .
ComliH'tor IlniiHMlalr 1)IM. .
Th second death resulting from the wrcc !
between a passenger train of the Chicago , SI
Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha road and
freight train of the Fremont , Elkhorn & Mis
sourl Valley , In the yards of the Northwest
cm system In this city last Saturday morn
ing , occurred this morning at St. Joseph'
hospital. Otto Homedalo of Boone , la. , wh
was conductor of the dining car on the pas
eenger train , died from Injuries about th
hody and severe burns through scalding. U
until yesterday ho was getting along ver
well , and It was hoped that ho would re
cover. His body will be sent to his famll
11)11 ) niul MorKiui Controversy.
NEW YORK , Oct. 14. The Press says
It In said on the authority of an olllce
of the Northern Pacific rallawy that th
fight b-twecn the J. P. Morgan and the :
.1. Hll | factions bus been eottled as fur a
the payment of a dividend on the comma
Block of that railroad Is concerned. It wn
agreed that a dividend would be paid o
iho common stock. The controversy be
Uvecn the factions as the status of th
Oregon Short Line on through business s
nffec'lng the Northern Pacific nnd th
Great Northern remains unsettled , nnd it I
on this point Uiat several hitter lettci
have pa'sod between tbc two factions. The
recent election of directors of that com
pany Indicates that that question , too , will
ba nettled nmlrabl ; ,
To fnvontluillc Unto CtlltlliK.
WASHINGTON , Oct. 11. Upon statements
nindo by Cha.rraan Campbell of the South
western buieau nn association composed of
railways extending from St. Louis , Kansas
City and other points to Texas , and of water
and rail lines from eastern seaports to
Texas , the Interstate Commerce commls-
ilon has by nn order entered October 11 , In-
B 1 tiled A formal Investigation of alleged
v oiatlons of the Interstate commerce act
claimed to result from secret rote cutting
and unjust discriminations.
Itnltroml .VoloN ,
Tcrrance Smith , the firemau of the Union
Pacific who was hurt by the bursting of nn
engine flUe at Kmory , Utah , Inst Sunday ,
lied on Thursday at the company hospital
n Ogdcn ,
John E. Miller , general agent of the Erie
3lspatch nt New York City , will arrive In
the city Saturday morning to cpcnd several
lays nt the exposition , the guest of Agent
Potter of the sanlo company In this city.
President Cnrr and General Attorney
Nichols of the Oregon Short Line nre In the
city upending a few days nt the exposition.
They are enroute to Boston from Salt Lake
City , whore 'they ' attended the recent annual
meeting of the company.
I'lrnle llnrher * HronU Out
Another rural visitor was made the vic
tim of the pirate barbers yesterday. Ills
name la H. C. Toy and be halls from some
obscure Kansas town. For a shave , hair
cut and shampoo ho was , he alleges ,
charged $1.30. When ho refused to pay
the price demanded It was taken from
iilm by force. The shop In which this high
handed proceeding tool : place Is operated
: jy Frank Armiind nnd Is situated nt Six
teenth and DodRO streets. Armand and one
of his men Esiery wore arrested on com-
plulnt of the Kansnn. This Is the first
jfTenso the tonsorlal ptrntes of the city
have been guilty of since Chief White is
sued his edict to the effect that an oincer
would bo stationed In front of every black
listed shop to protect Rtrnngcra by warn
ing them of tl.n character of the places.
You Invite disappointment when you ex
periment. DoWltt's Little Early Risers are
[ ileasant , easy , thorough little pills. They
cure constipation and nick headache Juet as
euro an you take them.
Digger and better bargains than ever at
Lho big store of Hayden Bros , .
. A Ciiriirt Opportunity.
Over 5,000 yards of now carpets nnd mat
tings that wn laid nt the Coliseum for the
Knights of the Ah.Sar-Ben ball used only
the one evening not damaged yet we can't
put them In the stock so wo have priced
them away belnw what you could buy ( secondhand
ond-hand carpets for you can scarcely af
ford to let thin chance pnss by you could
better afford to lay them aside until next
spring's house cleaning wo pack them for
25c mattings will be sold nt lie.
35c mattings will bo sold lit 20c.
( > 5c carpets will bo Bold nt 33c.
7rJc carpets will bo sold at ISc.
ORCHARD & WILHELM CARPET CO. .
1411-1416-1418 Douglas Stret.
A satire on a timely subject Is the story
told In Hoyt'fi "A Millc White Flag. ! ' treatIng -
Ing ns It does of the military and civil rela
tions of our citizen soldiery , with their mil
itary parades and gaudy appearance. As n
production It is boldly pretentious , engaging
n largo choruii of young , handsome and
shapely girls. Its date at lioyd's theater
will be for four nights nnd Wednesday mat
inee , opening Sunday matinee , October 1C ,
Hayden Bros. ' nd Is on the Gth page.
MACJMtflOE T THAI ?
To All Principal Western Point * Vlt
TWO trains dally , 4:35 : p. in. nnd 11:55 : p. ni
Denver nnd Colorado points.
TWO trains dally , Sin : ! a. m. and 4:35 : p. m
Utah and California points.
ONE ! train ually. 4:35 : p. m.
Utah , Idaho. Montana and Oregon points.
For full Information call at City Tlcke
office. 1302 Farnnm St. v
L.OW RATES KVERVWIIEllE
Via the Elkhorn. "Northwestern Line. "
Every Tuesday and Friday In
October. Half fare for the round
trip to all points where the faro Is over $ :
Good 10 Days.
City ofllcc. 1401 Farnam Street.
Depot. 15th and Webster Streets.
' I Simp ShotM 10 ContM.
1 On Saturday , Oct. 15th , a special sale prlc
of ten cents will bo made on our clegan
book of 48 views of the Exposition. Thl
price Is reduced from 23 cents for this on
day only. Don't fall to call at The Be
business olfico for a CODY.
YOU CANNOT DO ANYTHING ELSE
If Yon Want to < ! o Emit
take ' , h " "
except "Northwestern Line" i
you desire a fasr daylight trip betwee
Omaha and Chicago , because no other lln
runs a daylight train Leave Omaha 6:40 : c
m. , arrive Chicago 8:15 : some evening. Clos
connection with eastern lines. A good train
City office. 1401 Farnam
MnkcM n SuL'uoNMrnl Siicnk.
"Cheeky" Monroe Thompson , a locr
sneak thief , made good his title last nlgli
by sneaking Into the rooms of Savana
Reed. 311 N. Twelfth street and stealing $8 ;
which she had In her trunk. Miss Ree
was absent at the time , but the nous
was crowded with people , some of whoi
observed Thompson so in or out.
The Only Itnllrond to Clilciico
With a daylight train. Leave
Omaha 6:40 : a. m. every day.
arriving Chicago the same
evening at 8:15 : , when close connections
are made with all lines
beyond. This tfaln Is CO years
ahead of the times and Is provlne
Immensely popular with Omaha
s people. Other flylnc
trains leave for Chicago at 4:55 : and 6:65 :
0 p m. dally. Ity ticket offlce ,
1401 Farnani St. ,
"Th Northwestern Linn. "
y. - . . * * ' !
Try our new St. lo , ls Train
* The "Exposition hyer. "
U leaves the new Burlington depot at 1:30 : p. m. and arrives at
Et. Louis at 7:19 : tha next morning.
Established only three months ago , U has already earned
for itself the reputation of being the train between Omaha and
the southwestern metropolis. . . ( *
, ' .
Sleepers , 9halr cart ) , coaches. ' * .
Ticket Office : New Depot :
1502 Farnam St. 10th & Mason Sts.
Telephone 250. Telephone 128.
lighting Man from Santiago QeU a Hearty
Welcome in Omaha ,
GENERAL CORDIALLY GREETS CITIZENS
I in p romp ( ti I.PICC nt the IIolcI Hcforc
for nxpnnltloit CroiiniU
uMiM How I'ooiilnr lie li
nml lloir Ai > i > ronelin1 > le.
General William It. Shatter , the popular
cro of Santiago , was welcomed to Omaha
y qulto n crowd at the Burlington station
estcrdny ns ho stepped off the train
rom Chicago. There was not such a jam
f people ns there was nt the same station
wonty-four hours before , when President
IcKlnlcy left the city , but still the visiting
cnsral know from the number assembled
hat ho was cordially welcomed.
The soldier who was In charge ot the
Vmerlcan land forces In the Santiago ram-
algn did not appear so Immense as the pen
Ictures fronTCuba hod painted him. Sev-
ral of the spectators commented on this
'act. ' Ho did not show any apparent signs
lib recent Illness , his eyes were bright
nil a most genial countenance appeared
nder a thick head ot beautiful Iron-gray
air. The general was attired tn the fatigue
ntform of the regular army , and was nc-
ompanled by these members ot his personal
taff : Major II. H. Noble , Cnptalu S. M.
Irlce , Lieutenant W. A. Phllllpl and Dr.
eorge Gcodfellow , all ot the United States
General Shatter and his staff were met at
.ho station by Presldent'Wattles of the ex-
osltton directory nnd General Manager
Inrkson of the exposition. The party drove
Irectly to the Paxton hotel , where a num-
er of Teems on the second floor , overlooking
'arnam street , had been reserved for the
istlngulshed visitor and his staff. They
. ent to bicakfast nt 9 o'clock , and as they
at in the dining room , the corridor ot the
'axton ' quickly became crowded with repro-
entntlvo citizens and strangers , anxious to
atch a gllmpso of the famous fighter , and to
hake him by the hand , If possible.
lloliln nn Impromptu I.ciec.
It was qulto possible , tor when General
hatter came out of the dtnlug-room , sonic-
vhat before 30 o'clock , ho very graciously
ccelved nil who came up to greet him , shak-
ng hands with all and chatting with those
i'ho had something more than "Good morn-
ng" to say. pno old man , plainly from a
ural district , eald : "Howdy , General Shafer -
: er , I just wanted to shako you by the hand.
knowed you by your pictures. "
"Thank you , " replied the general. "You
Id very well to remember me from the
wful looking pictures some of 'the papers
iavo printed. Some .of those pictures were
ho worst things that came out of Cuba. "
Then ho turned to pleasantly greet a young
.vomap who was so glad to sec him that she
Imost gushed. This nettled the general ,
and he quickly said "Good morning" to her
n order to shako hands with a veteran of
he war of the rebellion , who had put on
his Grand Army uniform In honor of the
occasion. Then there were a number of the
business and professional men ot the city
tvho stopped to shake bands with General
Shatter nnd tell him they were proud of the ,
honor ho had conferred on Omaha by'"his
visit. "How long will you be with us ,
general ? " Inquired one of them.
"We shall be hero until tomorrow even-
ng , nnd I want to put tn as much of th
time as possible In seeing your fair. They
all say Its a great show. Is It a street fair ? "
This query rather dazed the oldest Inhabi
tants , who looked askance while waiting for
their breath to return. Finally one of them
; ot nhqld of hls voice nnd spoke up : "Oh ,
my , no. It covers over 100 acres on a hand
some tract of ground , like the World's fair ,
you know. "
"Oh , yes , ot course , " responded General
Shatter , who plainly had not been posted
by his exposition hosts. "You really musl
excuse me for not knowing better , but 1'vi
been out of the country nnd qulto busy , st
that I'vo not had a chance to read muct
about your fair. But I'll know it bettei
when I get through It. " The matter tha
looked so bad for the general nt the star
was so nicely explained that the fnrmei
nodded to the old citizen , and they quletl ]
agreed that General Shatter was all right.
It was a few minutes after 10 o'clock whei
the general , accompanied by the member ;
of his staff , took carriages at the Paxton nm
drove over to the Millard hotel to pay the !
respects to Major General Nelson A. Miles
A brief call there was followed by the trlj
to the exposition grounds.
GENERAL MILES MAKING CALL !
Commander of the Army I.ooltn In 01
the Commander of the Depart
ment of tin * MlNMOiirl.
Major General Nelson A. Miles called 01
General Sumncr , commanding the Depart
raent of the Missouri , U. S. A. , at arm
headquarters In The Bee building yester
day shortly before noon. It was an offlcla
call but everyone In the big building wa
Interested In his coming , and the elevate
boys were giving tips about the cxpecto
arrival a quarter of an hour before th
handsome form of the senior major genera
of the army was seen coming toward th
doorway. There was no demonstratlor
though the distinguished visitor was gaze
upon by an admiring throng.
The call at army headquarters was brlel
not lasting over ten minutes. General Mile
was cordially welcomed by General Sum
ncr and escorted to the latter's office
fico , tthero the two generals talkc
of the war and the exposition for severs
minutes. Then General Miles walked | throug
the corridors of the army floor and looke
through some of tbo army offices. He lei
Just as the whistles wore blowing the nee
hour and was driven to meet General Sbaf
At 2 y. m. yesterday General Mile
and General Sumner , accompanied by sovert
other officers and their staff officers , lei
Webster street station for Fort Crook , th
pose of the Twenty-second regiment of th
regular Infantry. A special train of the MU
sourl I'aclUc carried the party to the post t
spend the afternoon.
After Inspecting the post of the Twenty
second Infantry at Fort Crook General Mile ,
under the guidance of General Sumncr , re
turned to tbo city at C:15 : o'clock yestcrda
afternoon. As soon as the special train c
Iho Missouri I'nclllc bearing the party ar
lived at the Webster street station ono c
Uio cars was switched to another track fc
General Miles and attached to the night ex
press of the Northwestern system for S
IViul. General Miles left for the fatter clt
nt 6 p. m. and will arrive there this morn
Ing. liefore leaving he expressed himself a
well pleased with the results of his Inspec
tlon of Fort Crook.
Dr. null's Cough Syrup had been sold f (
over fifty years and Is still the moat popul ;
medicine for throat and lung trouble.
The' Grand court ot too rtxpoaltlon 1
wonderfully beautified at night" N
picture of It Is BO good as The Bco pbo
togravure. Stop at The Dee oftlce for on
and Bomu others. Inreo for tm cents.
Full ot Interest Is the ad ot Hayden Dro
on 5th page.
HKNDEHSON-Mrs. AV. n. . wife of D
Henderson , formerly pastor of the becon
Presbytsrlan church of this city , died lai
Wednesday nt Colton , Ciil. , and will I
burled at Bellevue. Services will bo he !
at the residence of J. L , . Kennedy. 3S
Kurnum street , ut 9:30 : next Tucuday mori
inc. _ , * _ _
MYSTERY OF ACARRIAGE RIDE
I'olloc llnvc n Sliirjr to
AVIilcli 1 moll en Mil I'll of 1'on-
The police nro Investigating a mysterious
shooting that occurred In n closed carriage
that passed eleventh nnd Dodge streets at
nn early hour yesterday morning.
Tbc only Information the police have ot
the affair was given them by a stranger ,
who says he Is Illchard Ooldlo of Tender ,
Neb. Oolcllo says ho' was passing south on
Eleventh street about 2:30 , when his nt-
tcntlon was attracted to n carriage being
driven rapidly east on Dodge street. As the
vehicle rattled over the Eleventh street
crossing , ho said one of the windows was
thrown open nnd n woman leaned half way
out and screamed. Her hair was disheveled ,
She appeared to bo'ln distress. After utter
ing her piercing scream , Ooldlo said the
woman drew In her head suddenly , BO sud
denly , In fitot , that ho made up his mind
that slio was violently assisted In doing so
by Bomeona Inside. The disappearance of
the woman from the window was followed
by a pistol shot and the cry of "Oh , My God ,
I'm shot ! " lu n woman's voice.
The shot urged the driver ot the vehicle
to lash his horses Into a run. The carriage
disappeared below Tenth street. Oolcllo re
ported the occurrence to the police nnd sev
eral detectives were detailed to investigate.
A Cure for Antlunn.
Asthma sufferers need no longer leave
homo and business lu order to bo cured.
Nature has produced n vegetable icmcdy
that will permanently cure Asthma and all
diseases of the lungs and bronchial tubes.
Having tested Its wonderful curative powers
In thousands of cases ( with a record of 00
per cent permanently cured ) , nnd desiring
to relieve human suffering , I will send free
of charge to nil sufferers from Asthma ,
Consumption , Catarrh , Uronchltls , aud
nervous diseases , this recipe , In Ger
man , French 'or English , with full di
rections for preparing aud using. Sent
by mall. Address , with stamp , nnmlng
this paper , W. A. Xoyes , 920 Powers' Blolc ,
Rochester , N . Y.
Read Hayden Bros. ' ad on Cth pags first ,
hen read the news.
Oinnlui to Chicago ,
The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Pull rail-
vay has just placed In service two mag-
ilficcnt electric lighted trains between
Otnaha rtud Chloeo. leaving Omaha dally
at C:45 : p. m. , arriving Chicago at S:25 : a. m.
.nd leaving Chicago 6:16 : p. m. and arriving
Omaha 8:20 : a. m. Each train Is lighted
.hroughout by electricity , has buffet smok-
ng cars , drawing room sleeping cars , dln-
ng cars and reclining chair cars and runs
? ver- the shortest line and smoothest road-
ed between the two cities.
Ticket oftlce , 1C04 Farnam street and nt
Her Grand European hotel now open. Ele
gant rooms , ladles' and gents' cafe and grill
oom. Cor. ICth and Howard.
Today the best bargain in
CLOAKSSUITS , AND FURS
that have been offered during
our peacp jubilee sale. See our
Cloaks at *
$5 , $ S and $1O.
Fur collarettes better and lower
in price than anywhere else.
1510 Douglas St.
Have just received some
exceptional styles in new
pattern hats and up-to-
in . . . t
TURBANS , STREE7
, . . and . . , s.
WALKING HATS" , *
203 South 15th St.
TEKTH EXTHACTED 25 CENTS.
PAINLBS9 DR. MASON.
4th Floor Drown Blk. , 16th and Douglas
Gold Alloy Filling $1.0O
Gold Filling $1.00 and up
Gold Crowns $5.00
Set Teeth $5.00
Sales agents for the
SPAULDING & Co. ,
Jewelers and Silversmiths ,
Jackson Blvd. cor. State St. ,
PURE MALT WHISKEY
W have just received
the services of a competent New
York shirt cutter and will offer
as a starter
6 white shirts
made to your measure and perfect
inUU Vanillin Street
The long-hnlred ladles whose beautiful
hair was produced by using the SEVEN
SUTHERLAND SISTERS HAIR GROWER
JIAVI3 YOU TAMtKU WITH TlIUMf
If not you should , for you will receive
many PRACTICAL HINTS on the careof
the hair nnd how to keep It from falling
out , how to prevent it from becoming brittle
and breaking off.
Have Yon HMOI ! tlio Scroll Sutherland
SlNtor'N Ilnlr CircMTLTf
YOU SHOULD by all means. It's an ex
quisite hair dressing , delightful to use ,
cooling and Invigorating to the scalp and
giving now llfo to the. roots of the hair.
SEE THE LADIES IN OUR WINDOW.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. ,
iniit DO.IKO St. , OMAHA , JVEU.
Middle of niouk.
You may have a course of medical
of all Ulnda at the
\ Shepard Medical Institute :
New York Life Bldg. , Omaha , Neb ,
Diseases of the I > unjs , Stomach ,
Kidneys , Nerves and lilood. Refer
ence , by permission , to 6,000 cured
patients. The largest medical ofllces
and practice In the \\est. The Omaha
Bee , leading : dally , nays : "The Shep-
aril Medical Institute Is entirely rclla-
bio In ii profession * ! ! and business
way. Dr. Blieparn and his associate *
have gained and fully maintained a
e leading reputation In the treatment
, of chronic diseases. The public may
safely trust them. "
\A7RITP For te tlmonlal from
W H I 1 l _ ministers , teachers , buM-
ness men , farmers , etc. , telling how
they were cured at bom * through tha
o Mall Byntem.
RH/W / "Thn New Treatment ;
DUUl\ HOW It Cures , " is cnt fre
to all who write. It Is a clean medical
work for the whola family to read
and la of great value to all who seek
better health. Book and Consultation
Blanks ont fre to all Inquirers.
, Medicines gent everywhere. State
your cose and lend for opinion and
lowest terms. Charros low. Con-
tatlon froa , personally or by letter.
9 _ McnHnn T'if l'a ti.
made on the correct footforinjlast
by the best shoemakers of America
" \Vo \ lead in stylish footwear showing
all the new swell toes in tan or black
> r Our § 3. 50 shoe ia a marvel comparing -
paring favorably with any of the § 4. 50
shoes offered having the style of the
$5. . and $6. kind we've that kind too.
n N. E. Corner 16th and Douglas Streets.
, . . _ .
Wo would like you io bear in mind thai every bit
of underwear we soil is made for us , for us only and
made BO thai we know ii will give good service and
BO that wo can warrant it to you. AVe are one of the
few retail houses in the country thai buy from the mil la
only , and we never buy rejected invoices or auction-
culled or job lota or goods thai are deceptive or im
perfect in any way. Our prices are 35c , 45c , fiOc , Cfio
75c , $1 , § 1.25 and $1.50 a garment and at each price wo
show a variety of textures and guarantee the quality to
be better than you can buy anywhere else for the price.
Today wo call attention to a grand line of men's three-
thread , chain woven shirts and drawers , fleece lined which
are just opened and they are the biggest values we have
ever ottered at this time of the year. They come in iwo
shades of random mixtures with blue and brown figures ,
with jersey neckbands on the shirts and improved patent
gusset in the drawers , and if wo wore to take the price
tags off and ask you the value of them , ninety-live men
out of every hundred would say from G5c to 75 cents.
That would bo the ordinary price on them if we hadn't
bought them in immense quantities ; but as it is we can
afford to sell them at the extraordinary price of15 cents
a garment , ninety cents for shirt and drawers.
' Sale on
S Boys Suits
The Big Store handles all the leading makes of boys1
clothing. The foremost manufacturers in America supply
us. The same care that is given to the making of men's gar
ments is bestowed on our boys' suits. The fabrics are care
fully selected to give the best service and the best appear
ance. For Saturday we put on special sale 2 great values at
$1.25 and $1.50 in boys' short pants suits. They are strongly
sewed , well lined , neat suits , and worth up to § 3.00. A
grand line of stylish knee pants suits , in all the iinest fabrics
vestee , double breasted and reefer styles at $1.75 , $2.25 ,
§ 2.50 , $2.95 , § 3.50 , $4.75 and $5.95. These are elegant suits ,
worth 35 to 50 per cent more than we ask for them in this sale.
500 boys' long pants suits in single and
double breasted sack styles , sizes 14 to 20 years
winter weights in all wool fabrics , worth
$10.00 , go in this sale at $6.50.
These are stylish , artistically finished and
, serviceable suits.
At $3.50 , $3.95 , $4.50 , $6.50 , $7.50 , $8.50
and $9.50 you can select from the largest range
l'\ ' of patterns , fabrics and styles ever put on sale.
HA These suits are made in mannish fashic and
will satisfy boys who are tasty dressers.
Men's ] and boys'
Hats and Gaps
fall caps at 15c ,
25c , 35c and 50c in the desirable styles. A
special olfer in men's hats , derbies and fedoras
at $1.00 new blcoks , stylish shades , worth $1.50.
Special values in Trunks , Valises
and Traveling Bags.
Selling the Most Clothing in Omaha.
The Whitely Exerciser
Noedn no Introduction to the Amurloan pee
ple. For the piiHt six yrurrt It has suc
cessfully met tlio text of public opinion , nnd
Is today acknowledged thn Htitndiircl Kx-
ClclHlllg AppURltUH Of tllU WOlKI. It llilH HO
rival designed originally IIH a homn Rym-
imHjum for all tnembei-H of tlio fninlly , It
Inis gradually worked Itself Into thn bunl-
nesM mull's otllce , Htoi'e.M , laboratclrlea , Into
club rooms , xchooln , colleger , unUi'i Kltlc
nnd benevolent and lellgloim liiHtltutloiiH.
The busy housewife , as well IIH Uio poclety
woman , alike Hpvak of It In glowing terms.
MISS ANNA OTTOt who IWH had llvo
years' experience. Is giving dally exhibi
tions of the AVhitely Exerciser In our Hhow
window ? from 'J a. m. till ! i p. in. , who will
cheerfully glvo all Information to those who
Townseml Wheel and Hun Ro ,
Agunta for the Whitely Kxerrlser and
dealer * In uportlng and athletic goods.
I HI South ir.lh Htreel.
of jewelry , watched , clocks , diainonclH , silverware ,
cut glass , bric-a-brac , etc. , from the large and
personally selected stock of the 0. S. .Raymond
Co. , for fifteen years Omaha's largest and most
popular jewelers. A genuine auction sale of
only reliable goods .backed by Mr. llaymond's
Wedding stationery engraved to order 100 engraved vlalt-
lag cards and plato for 31.50. 100 ( ram your own plate , $1.00.
Corner Douglas and Fifteenth.
Sales at 10 o. m. and 7:30 : p. m. Also 2:30 : p ,
m , Saturdays.
P. J , Burroughs , Auctioneer *
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