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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATITRDAY , OCTOBER 15 , 185)8. )
Hayden'B grand special sales
the wonder of Omalia. Bigger
values were never offered.
Thousands of pieces of the
choicest styles all go on ealo
Saturday. Fancy silks , all
kinds , now stripes - at G9c.
Polka dot silks , latest styles
at 98c. Rainbow plaids , most
beautiful , $1.25. Hundreds of
styles in plaids and stripes ,
handsomest qualities , exquis
ite shading , 98c , § 1.25 , $1.39 ,
81.60 , 81.75 and $2. Special
in lining silk , 36-in wide , in
changeable effects only 39c.
Big sale on black silks for
waists , Bkirte , and dress pur
poses. Thousands of pieces
at 49c , G9c , 75c. 85c , 98 , $1,25.
Curtains and Draperies
Latest designs in imported
Bagdad curtains , -worth § 7.50
on sale at § 3.50. A splendid
line of Turkish tapestry cur
tains at § 5. Chenille curtains ,
all colors , § 2 pair. Swiss 8c
yard. Silkalines at 5c , 8c , lOc.
Ruffled point d'esprit , $2.75.
Brussels net for § 4.50. Brass
extension rods 5c , Sc , lOc.
Grand Souvenir Sale.
All 25c and 50c souvenirs ,
hand painted only 15c. All
75c and $1 souvenirs only 48c.
Closing out our entire stock of
dolls at from lOc to $1.
Grand Fancy Veilings Sale *
t $ The"- new Blue Veilings ,
* worth 50c to GOc , on sale only
Grand Ribbon Sale-
Elegant new fancy ribbons ,
3c , 5c , lOc , 15c and 20c. Ele
gant black satin ribbons , No.
k 5 , at 5c. No. 7 at 7c , No. 9 at
/ 9c , No. 12 at 12c , No. 1C at
Sheet Music ,
Special sale on sheet music
during the exposition. We are
selling all of our very latest
music at one half price. We
carry everything In the popular music of the
day. We also carry 2 catalogues of cheap
editions which wo can sell you at Bo and lOc
per copy. Some of the very now two steps
nnd songs among this lot. Call or send for
catalogue ) ) , which are freer
ECONOMY IN THE HOUSEHOLD
Keeping a Family of Four on an Income of
Fifty Oenta a Day.
SAMPLE BILL OF FARE FOR ONE DAY
Dr. Lnnktoii Tallin on ( he ( luentloii nf
Sanitation In the Home Sonic
, Potent Cnune * for III
Mrs. MacMurphy opened the morning ses
sion of the Household Economic association
with an Interesting lecture on how a family
of four can live on 50 cents a day. From
personal experience , Mrs. MacMurphy said
that she know that It was possible for a
family of two to keep a cottage of five
rooms , provide , all necessary food and pay
n. jx'oman to scrub and wash , for a little
letls tbnn $3.00 a week. Since that ttmo
tudjr and observation have shown her that
one person can llvo comfortably on $1 a
As a sample day's food for the family of
four , which was to cost but GOc , she selected
for dinner a chatreuso of beef or mutton
meaning beef or mutton chopped fine and
covered with rice stewed tomatoes , whole
wheat bread and butter , .1 cereal pudding
nnd cereal coffee. For supper , mush and
milk and baked apples , milk for the children
end tea or cereal coffee. For breakfast
whatever fruit Is cheap in summer and in
winter some sub-acid fruit like prunes , a
hash made from'tho remains of the dinner
and whatever chopped beef was left over ,
creamed potatoes and coffee , preferably
cored. Then Mrs. MacMurphy went Into
the details of the cooking. One point she
called particular attention to was that it
nas better to use buttcrlne than poor but
ter. In proof of her assertion that all this
could bo purchased for 60 cents the follow
ing list was given :
Articles. Cents ,
Two pounds of beef ( for soup ) at 6c IB
One > half van tomatocc at lOc " >
Ono-thlrd pound of butter at 15c fi
Loaf of bread n
Pudding . - . 1
Coffee , -J
naked apples , . . . n
Prunes or grapes. . . 3
Milk , ono and one-half quarts at 4c G
Cereal coffee 3
Totul . ' t > u
In her opinion a couple could buy and fur
nish a home and support themselves and two
children on an Income of ICO a month.
A lively discussion followed these remarks ,
and many a young housekeeper asked Mrs.
MurMurphy for recipes and advice.
An address on "How Every Woman May
Tlccome a Sanitarian" was given by Dr. F.
M. Lankton of this city , The doctor said
that many a woman who was scrupulously
r clean in tbo care of her bouse was posi
tively filthy in regard to the care of her
body. Women's chief fault la in sleeping In
close rooms without proper ventilation , and
In not bathing qften enough. Great danger
lies in that the dirt which is removed , while
being real dirt , is far less injurious to the
body than that which is left. The kerosene
relieves nervousdl ordoro , oxhauotlon ;
headache , wekafulnaoo , oto.
AOtMl Tonic. Sold on ! j In bottle * .
Ladies' Man Tailored Suits.
Excellent tailoring , stylish
trimming and detailed per
fection of finish combined with
the richest and best fabrics ,
make our suits the favorites
with fastidious and economi
cal women. Women's tailor-
made suits , made of cheviot
serge , reefer jacket , silk lined ,
latest cut , worth § 7.50 , jubi
lee sale price $5.00. Women's
tailor-made Suits , in stylish
mixtures , silk lined Ily front
Jackets , skirt lined with best
percaline , at § 10.50. Woman's
tailor-mado Suits , in imported
serges and coverts , jackets ,
lined with best quality taffeta
"silk , finished with tailor stitch
ing , in navy , brown , tan and
green ; worth. § 17.50 in this
special sale for § 12.50. Wo
man's tailor-made Suits , in
new cutaway double breasted
and fitting styles , new ttoun-
cqcl skirt , new darted sleeve ,
strap seams , finest imported
tailor cloth , giving the wearer
a chic , stylish appearance ;
worth § 22.50 ; Jubilee sale
price , § 15.00.
Gapes , Collarettes , Etc.
An endless assortment of
the most stylish makes in the
greatest variety of shades and
fabricsat ; special reduced
Special prices for Saturday.
§ 1.50 and $2 underwear at 75c
§ 1 and § 1.25 underwear at50c
and 75c. Underwear at 35c.
lOc and 15c sox at 5c. Men's
20c and 25c sox at 12Ac. 35c
wool sox at 17c.
lamp .turned low at night Is women's great
est curse. In the doctor's mind. The oil
does not have proper combustion and
consequently exhales a disagreeable odor
besides bad gnses , and If the room bo
closed the danger Is Incalculable. The ono
way to Improve these conditions Is to teach
the children hygiene and the necessity of
keeping their bodies properly clean. The
rest of the doctor's talk was taken up wlth
examples and cases In her experience.
A general discussion implemented with
Questions and demonstrations occupied the
remainder of the meeting.
WomiMi nml OrivniilKcd Labor.
The last session of the 'Household ' Eco
nomic association was held this afternoon
and was ono oH the most Instructive of all.
Mrs. Maud II. Lacey of St. Louis spoke on
the best way for women to solve the labor
problems. The mistake , In her opinion , of
all labor organizations Is that they divide
the c'asses ' too sharply. Not revolution , but
evolul.ou , will olvo the problems. Al
though women are becoming to be wage
earners , the majority of them at present
are wage spenders. They must learn better
use. of the means they have. For the waste
and extravagance In the kitchen of the poor
man are greater comparatively than In that
of the rich. The food the wife provides
Is generally unwholesome , whereas If she
had been properly , or even simply , taught
how to prepare plain dishes the food would
bo better and the waste less. At present
the homo of the workingman Is not of the
right sort. The mental , moral and the phys
ical strength depends on the body , which In
turn depends on the food. Women can
do more toward solving labor problems by
bettering their homes than the anarchists ,
socialists or strikers. The art of living
happily can only bo effected by making the
home bright and cheerful. Indiscriminate
charity hurts rather than helps the poor.
The greatest charity to these unfortunate
people Is ito teach them how to live well
and healthfully on what they have. The
state governments spend millions of dollars
annually in punishing criminals , but they
do almost nothing to eradicate the causes
of crime. The Influence of ono well ordered
home can do more than all the Institutions
put together in this respect. The American
workmen are called the best In the world ;
It ehould bo the aim of all to make the
American home the best likewise.
Iloiv < lleln Children.
The subject of "Inslructlng Children Con
cerning Their Prospective Conjugal and
Parental Duties" was Interestingly treated
by Mrs. Susan Young Gates of Provo City ,
Utah. She said : "Tho question of giving
children knowledge of their1 future lives and
functions occupies the minds of the think
ing people of today. And , strange to say ,
men have thought more on this matter than
women , " After quoting from Herbert Spen
cer Mrs. Gates continued :
Let us consider how the women's clubs
can aid In this great work. In the first place
by their means wo are ablt > to reach the fnr-
uway homo on the prnlrle and the hack-
woods , where the children cannot , or do not.
go to school. Unless we take up this work
parents and their children will continue In
their dense Ignorauce of what the physical
Inus entail on the race.
Lot us take the case of the talented and
pure young girl , who Is utterly Ignorant or
the laws governing herself , who marries a
man of the world. Her now life Is at first a
shock to her. And she either lowers her
standard of life to that of her husband or
wastes away In silent suffering. How much
better It would have been If her mother had
told her about this life. In a year she he-
cornea a mother ; she Is us Ignorant of the
proper care of this child as the child Itself.
Hach member of her family gives her advice -
vice ; the public bchocls have taught her
nome things , but she Is Ignorant of the laws
of sexual gc'ence. ' If sha had been able to
go to a training school for women how dif
ferent all this would have been.
The Intellectual and social side of the
question should also be considered In , mat-
Saturday witnesses the most magnificent value giving ever under
taken. The climax of the bargains for Trans-Mississippi year "will be
reached. Thousands and thousands of dollars worth finest goods made
must be disposed of. Radical price cuts have been made in every de
partment , unequalled assortments are here to choose from and alto
gether this Saturday's sale presents the buying chance of a lifetime.
Make the Big Store your headquarters , Agents for Butterick Patterns.
Over 5,000 Jackets to be
sold. A few specials ; 480
Jackets , in beavers , boucles
and kerseys , half silk lined ;
worth § H.OO , at § 2.98. 500
Jackets , Ily front and double
breasted styles , finished with
tailor stitching , coat or storm
collar , in blue , black , tan or
brown ; § 9.75 ; Jubilee sale
price , § 4.90. 1,200 ladies'
Jackets , in all the latest im
portations and newest styles , '
in kerseys , astrakhans , curly ,
boucles , coverts , Persian wool
friezes , in all shades of blue ,
tan , green , brown , cardinal
and black silk ' lined through
out , worth § 15.00 , at § 7.48.
900 ladies' man tailored Jack
ets ; the newest , most appro
priate garments for fall and
winter , made of fine imported
cloths , in light tans , light
blues , modes , reds , browns
and black , the greatest assort
ment of Jackets ever placed
before the public worth § 18
and § 20 ; Hayden's Jubilee
price § 10. 555 ladies'Jackets ,
elegant styles , in extra line
tan covert cloth and fancy
weave astrakhan boucle. trim-
.inert with military ornaments !
of silk and mohair cords , lined )
with fancy striped silks , |
new military sleeve , very
choice , stylish garments ;
worth § 25 ; on sale at § 12.50.
Ing. Laws govern the ethics of the home as
well as any other branch. The daughter
and son should regard the father as pure as
the mother. They should reverence their
parents and elders Instead of considering
them as something from which they can get
spending money. Children should study all
these things In school and their parents
should study them as well.
Wliiit Should IU * TiiURhl.
The incompatibility of temper about which
wo hear so muqh In the dlvorco courts Is
really mornl Incompatibility. If It la not
wrong for boys to know all about these mat
ters why Is It for'girls to ? The boy on the
farm knows the mybtery of birth , but the
girl Is kept In the dark. Doth should know
It , and from their parents. The greatest
mistake parents make Is In telling lies about
this matter to their children. When the
child asks a pertinent question then 1J. should
bo answered truthfully. But no more than
It asks need bo told. For It Is dangerous
to force knowledge In this matter us It is to
conceal It. '
Young people ought to be taught the dan
ger of familiarity. Every mother tells her
daughter never to allow any familiarity
from the other sex : If she told her so'n the
same thing much good would bo accom
plished. Personal magnetism la u dangerous
thine nml both sexec should exercise the
greatest care. The cross of Christ Is the best
safeguard for men , women and children.
There Is nothing that BO helps one when
tempted or comforts one In suffering. Culti
vate the moral and hplrltual Wo at home ,
make the home bright and pure and let them
understanding of all functions.
bo a perfect
Such n standard will lead the home Into ,
heaven , and heaven Is home. I
Invited to Xew York.
Then followed a long discussion of the
subject In all Its phases , after which Mrs.
Shaller repeated her Invitation to the Na- |
tlonal Household Association and the Gen
eral Federation of Women's Clubs to heM
their next annual convention In Now York |
If practicable and thanked the women of
Omaha for their courtesies and hospitality
ta herself and the other visiting club
vomen. On behalf of the women of Omaha
Rev. M G. Andrews thanked Mrs. Shaller
and the others for the honor accorded them
bv the holding of their convention here.
The Invitation was taken under advisement
and will bo accepted If possible. This ended
Women's Trans- ,
the present session of the
mlsslsslppl congress. After a rest of a week |
It will reconvene for the meetings of the
Women's Christian Temperance union and
the Woman's Suffrage club.
BOYS STEAL A KEG OF BEER
Another Inntimee of Juvenile Ue-
II rin Ily Ilroutcht < < Mht | In the
Pollee Court Yenterday.
Another gang of Juvenile robbers' were
unearthed yesterday afternoon by Detective
Ytzzard of he Union Pacific railway. This
gang d votes Its ttmo to breaking the
seals and rifling freight cars. The gang
numbers six , and Is composed of Charles
Mlnch , Joieph Drown , Thomas Roach , Fred
Mohr and brothers , Joseph and Charles
Retnnskl. Their ages range from 8 to 13
Iho boys yesterday morning made a raid
on a freight car of the Schlltz Brewing
company and stole a keg of beer. This
k g they rolled Into an obscure place In the
Jialway yards and tapped It. They then
j clustered about It and drank to their hearts'
content. Finding they could not do away
with nil of the liquor they generously In
vited their friends to "rush the can" from
their supply. A steady stream of can
"rushers" passed back and forth from
their homes to the keg until the supply of
beer was exhausted. This "rush" act at-
tiactcd the attention of Detective Vlzzard
and he gathered In the boys.
To Judge Gordon they pleaded guilty to
the charge of stealing the beer and made
eloquent appeals for leniency In tears. They
cried their wny to freedom owing to their
1 'A straw shows which way
the wind blows. " The price on
this table ia the lowest ever
made on the same grade of
table by any house , anywhere ;
all oak , 24x24 top , all well
finished , lower shelf as well as
top. Table is just like cut ,
with wood feet , § 1.25 ; with
brass feet , § 1.50. We are still
selling the best Iron bed in
Omaha for the money. Come
and see it. The prices on all
our furniture are just now
lower than ever , and If you want to buy ,
wo can make it an object for you. Call
and see us.
HardwareStoves and House
furnishing Dept. Stoves , Stoves
Stoves. 4 car loads to select
from. Everything up to date.
\Ve can sell you a very good Coal Junlgr
Oal : Steve for $3.i5. ! The Finest Double
Heating Base Burner 'made , the Radiant
Stewart , finest thing out , $3U.O. Stewart's
Hot Blast Air Tight , thtj finest coal 'heater '
of Its kind made regular $16.00 , our price ,
$10.93. 4-hole steel Cook , solid wrought
steel , the best thing of Its kind made , $13.9. .
A good square Cook Stove , No. 8 , $8.75.
Write for our Steve Catalogue and send us
your mall orders.
RIOT IN GORDON'S ' COURT
Desperate Prisoner Viciously Assaults a
Man Who Testified Against Him.
DELBRIDGE'S ' FRIENDS ATTEMPT 'A RESCUE
Itotiitli and Tumble KlRht , lu Which
tlic Prlnoiter , Wltnem ent Pollec
nnd Outnldcm Arc KnenKCil ,
.MnrltH thcCloe of n IlenrlnK.
A rough and tumble fight In front of
Judge Gordon's desk In police court be
tween John Delbrldge , a. prisoner , and
George Rtdeanour , a witness , concluded the
hearing of John Button , Carrie Hart and
John Delbrldge , charged with the holdup
and robbery of John Melchert and Robert
Thompson on the night of October 2. The
fight almost started a riot In llio court
room botwesn Delbrldge'u friends and the
police and witnesses. When It commenced
Delbrldgo's friends , numbering twelve ,
crowded from the back of itho court room
and advanced In a tody toward the enclo
sure , surrounding the Judge and the fighters.
But for the prompt work of Court Officer
Boyle and several officers , who had rushed
Into the enclosure to separate the com
batants , the prisoner's friends would have
overcome all opposition and effected the
rescue of the prisoners. It was with diffi
culty that the officers beat the gang back.
Two of them , Henry Parks and Frank
O'Brien , who appeared to be leaders In the
movement , were locked up.
During the fight a movement of the pris
oners' friends to the rescue caused the
greatest excitement to prevail In the
crowded court room. Women screamed and
two of them almost went Into hysterics.
For a time It looked as .though . a revolver
duel might take place between the gang
and the officers , but .the prisoners' friends
were evidently not armed , as no revolvers
were exhibited by them.
The fight originated In Illdeanour , the
witness , positively identifying Delbrldgo as
ono of the 'two ' men ho saw riding In a
buggy with Button and Carrie Hart Just
previous to the holdup of Thompson and
Melchert. Up to the time Illdeanour went
on the stand Delbrldgo bad put up a strong
alibi , nideandur'a testimony shattered this.
When the hearing had been concluded and
Judge Gordon was busy flxltg the amount
of the bonds in the case , Delbrldgo sud
denly jumped to his feet and , rushing at
ifldcanour , struck him In the face and
knocked him against the wall. The latter
In turn struck out at Delbrldgo and In a
moment they bad clinched and were rolling
about the' floor , hammering and gouging
each other. At this juncture Delbrldge's
friends , Parks and O'Brien , ran to his res
cue and the three began beating Hldeanour
unmercifully until Officer Boyle and sev
eral other officers separated them. By this
time the rest of DelbrlJge's friends had
rushed to the railing and were preparing
to take a hand , but the police were pre
pared for them and beat them back and oul
of the room , Illdeanour received several
severe bruises about the face and head.
The hearing outsldo of this sensational
feature developed no new facts in the case
Judge Gordon discharged the Hart woman
and held Delbrldgo and Sutton to the dis
trict court In bonds ol $2,000 each. Tin )
friends of the prisoners had tried all man
ner of means to prevent the prosecuting
witnesses testifying against tlio prisoners.
Wednesday a sister of Carrie Hart approached
preached Melchert and offered to give him
back the amount of money ho claimed had
been stolen from him and a certain BUM
In addition if he would drop the case. Th
Over 30,000 styles to select
from. More than all the other
stocks combined. High grade
dress goods. Coverts 32 dif
ferent styles , comprising over
400 shades , 75c , 98c , § 1.19 ,
§ 1.25 , $1.50 , § 1.75. § 2 , § 2.15 ,
$2.50 , $2.85 , up to § 4.50 pei-
yard. Poplins An entire
line of new poplins in 'ill
the 11 e w s h a d e s , new
blues , two toned , etc. , at
98c , $1.25 , $1.50 , $1.75 , $2.00 ,
$2.50 up to $3.75 a yard.
Broadcloths ; French Velours ,
Veuitions , IJoeskins , Meltons ,
etc. , for tailor suitings , at 75c ,
98c , § 1.25 , $1.50 , $1.75 up to
$6.25 per yard. Astrakhans
for trimmings , capes , collarettes , civi. , 98c ,
$1.GO , $1.7i" , $2 , $2.25 , $2.150 up to $7 yard.
Extraordinary Jubilee sales.
All the very newest floor cov
erings at special sale prices.
Compare goods and you will
be convinced that we sell car
pets cheaper than any other store.
Brussels Carpet nt 48c yard , Unlou In
grains at 35c yard. Best all wool Ingrain
Carpets nt 50c yard. All the line * Mattings
In our 40c and 45c qualities will go In this
i sale nt 30c yard.
If you want a sewing machine
\\o can save you money. A good
machine with all attachments foi
$17.50. The celebrated Seamstress machine ,
fully warranted , all up-to-date attachments ,
on sale at $20.00.
next day a heavily veiled woman , accom- '
panled by a brother of John Suttoti , codefendant -
defendant -with Dclbrldge , called on < Mel-
chcrt and offered him $25 If he would drop
the case , but ho declined the offer. Finding
they could do nothing this way they re
sorted to force. Thursday night three of
Delbrldge's friends met , Thompson , Mel-
chert's companion on the night of the rob
bery , and almost killed him. Ho was
knocked down and kicked In the head and
left for dead In the street by the men. Ho
appeared in court yesterday and exhibited
BABY GETSUNDERTHE WHEELS
rive-Venr-Old Hey Killed liy n Motor
Trnlii on Keavenirorth .Street
Five-year-old Jenazzlo Itosso of 803 South
Twenty-ninth .street was run over by n
west bound Twenty-fourth street car at
Eighteenth and Leavenworth streets yester
day afternoon at four o'clock and almost in
The child was almost cut In two and died
while being taken to St. Joseph's hospital.
The motorman of the car , George Christian-
son , the conductor , Harry Street , and Police
Officer Edgehlll , who was riding on the
train , say the accident was an unavoidable
one. The car , they say , was moving at
ordinary speed. The victim of the accident
and a , small companion were standing on the
sidewalk near Eighteenth street. Just before -
fore the car got abreast of them the two
ooys suddenly left the sidewalk and started
across the street on a run , Rosso In advance
of his companion. The motorman seeing the
child's danger , made frantic efforts to stop
the car but was unable to do so and the
body was caught beneath the wheels.
No one In the vicinity of the accident
know the child and the body lay at Swan-
son's morgue until almost 9 o'clock last
night before It was Identified. Just before
that hour Charles Ilosso , the dead boy's
father , called at the police station to learn
If anything was known of the whereabouts
of his boy , who he supposed was lost , us he
had not returned to his home. Ho was told
of the accident and hurried to the morgue
and Identified the body as that of his son.
His grief was pitiful.Rosso Is manager of
the Ilandazzo Prult and Produce company at
417 South Eleventh street. An Inquest will
bo held by Coroner Swanson this morning.
The train crew was not arrested. ,
Take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup In time and
you will not got consumption. 25c.
Snap Nlmtn 1O Cent * .
On Saturday , Oct. 15th , a special sale price
book of 48 views of the Exposition. This
prlco Is reduced from 25 cents for this ono
day only. Don't fall to call at The Bee
business office for a copy.
BOY BURGLARS ARE CAUGHT
Three I'rroorloux Ilniiill < n Make a
Ilnlil on fieiitleiiuin'ii Grocery
and Are Ko\v Under .Vrrcul.
Three of the Juvenile members of the self-
styled "Boy Bandit Gang" committed their
second burglary within the month nt Gen
tleman's grocery store. Sixteenth and Cass
streets , Thursday. All were captured. The
bandits under arrest are Arthur Tinker ,
aged 13 ; Ross Crone , aged 12 , and Bernard
O'Brien , aged 10. The plunder secured by
the boys consisted of a bushel basket of
cigarettes , several dozen boxes of chewing
gum and a quantity of candy. All of this
plunder was found at the rendezvous of the
bandits a woodshed In the rear of 0/Brlcn's
home , '
Young O'Brien , who Is considered the
leader of the gang , secured a glass cutter
and u daub of soft wax Thursday some
where. Thursday night , when Sixteenth
street was deserted , ho and bis trusty
i "men" made their wny to the front of
Kich , Exquisite Millinery.
Never such a showing as now
in the great Millinery Depart
ment. A colossal gathering
of the very newest styles from Paris , Lon
don , Vienna. Berlin and the leading Ameri
can modistes. Hundreds of directly Imported
pattern hats. Trimmings of every dcslr-
nblo kind , untrtmmed shapes and all the
wanted helps for those whoso deft fingers
shape their own hats. Some very special
prices on elegant , rich trimmed
hnU , In the very highest quality
and showing the acme of fash
ion. A wide prco | range to choose from.
In the great assortment shown you can
find your Ideal hat. llemembcr , we BXV !
you fully one-third to one-half the price on
every hat. Style Is In Millinery , not In
§ 1.25 gloves at GOe. 50c
cashmere gloves at 25c. 25c
fleeced lined hose at 12Jfc. 25c
children's ' hose at 12.it. La
dies' 35c vests and pants 19c.
50c Vests nnd Pants , 19c. ; 530c Vests nnd
Pant * , 23C ; "Cc Vests 'and Pants , BoOs ;
Ladles' all wool Vests and' Pants , worth $1 ,
at 75c ; Ladles' extra heavy fleccn-llued
Combination , worfh 75c , iat 50c. Ladles'
wool mix Combination Suits , worth $1.30 , nt
$1.00. Children's fleece-lined Combination
Suits , worth fide , at 25c. Children's heavy
fleece-lined Vests and Pants at lOc up ,
allies' Corsets , black and < lrnb , all size ? ,
worth $1.00 , at.SOc. Ladles' Muslin Night
gowns , 39c.
Hen's Shirts and Ties
15c bow and string ties 5c.
t"0c Tics , In nil styles , at 25c. SOe Shirts at
35c. $1.00 Shirts at COc. $1.50 Shirts at 75c.
Emerald glassware sale. 75c
emerald glass fruit stands 20c.
75o emerald glass cake stands
20c. 75c emerald glass water
pitcher 20c. 85c emerald glass
lamps , No. 2 , 2"c ; Too emerald glass bread
and cake trays , 20c ; 50o emerald glass
celery trays , lOc ; 60o emerald glass square
mipper , lOc ; ROp emerald glass olive dish
lOc ; 50c emerald glass nut trays , lOc : 50c
emerald glass oval Dapper , Ifle ; ! )3c ) emerald
glass Imported gold finish vases , 8 Inches
high , 23C ; $1.25 emerald glass Imported
vases , 10 Inches high , 50c.
3 cases double grey or white
line fleeced Bed Blankets at ,
'pair ' , 49c. 2 cases each white
and silver grey twill warp ,
extra heavy 10-4 Bed Blankets
Avorth $1.25 pair , excep
tional value , pair , 75c. 2 cases
11-4 whlto or silver grey , finished as soft as
down , at , pair ; 75c. 1 case 11-4 sanitary
wool , brown and gray Bed Blanket , extra ,
heavy strong ant ) durable worth , $2.50 , at ,
pair , $1.08. 1 case 11-4 white California
wool Blanket , extra heavy fancy border , a
real special value , 'at , pair , $3.75. 10 cases
all wool blankets , ' pair $2.50 , $3.00 , $3.60 ,
$4.00 , $3.00.
Gentleman's store. Placing a big box In
front of one of the plato glass windows to
hide their movements , young O'Brien stuck
his wax on the window and then with his
glass cutter cut a circle about It big enough
to admit his small body. With the wax he
pulled the circle of glass from Its place and
the three crawled through the aperture.
The boya were suspected of the robbery
when It was discovered two horns later , be
cause they had been seen In tfie neighbor
hood during the afternoon. When an officer
called to arrest O'Brien he , very unbandlt
like , confessed and told who his accomplices
These are the same boys who three weeks
ago , after becoming Intoxicated from the
dralnlnga of discarded beer kegs , forced
their way Into the store of the Omaha
Bicycle company at Sixteenth and Daven
port streets , and stole two bicycles.
Colic , Cholerii nml Diarrhoea Itemed ?
This Is the best medicine In the world for
bowel complaints. It acts quickly nnd can
always bo depended upon. When reduced
with water It Is pleasant to take. Many
families are never without this remedy anil
always find It prompt and effectual. For
,8810 by every druggist In Omaha.
SOUTH OMAHA NEWS.
A coroner's jury Inquired Into the death
of Joseph Segard , who died from the ef
fects of Injuries received from a motor train
vesterday afternoon , and brought In a verdict
of accidental death. The testimony produced
showed that Sogard tried to board n moving
train and the Jury decided that the street
car company was not to blame.
The repairs on St. Bridget's church have
Thursday's shipment of feeders from this
market numbered 109 cars.
Joseph Carney , Nineteenth nnd P streets ,
reports the birth of a daughter.
Mrs. S. H. Harbcson of Spencervllle , O. . is
the guest of Mrs. 11. B. Montgomery.
Peace Jubilee services will bo held nt the
First Presbyterian church Sunday night.
Next Thursday Is the first day of registra
tion. Every ono who .expects to vote must
register this fall.
President Mosely of the Young Men's Re
publican club is making arrangements for n
meeting to bo held early next week.
Mrs. Edholm will speak at the First Pres
byterian church Sunday morning instead of
In the evening as previously announced.
William Ilyan , manager of the Adams
Express company's ofllco lu thin city , has
gone to Milwaukee to visit for a few days.
Harry I. Brown and wife of Ponca , Frank
dough of Greeloy and C. T. Hargravo of
Gordon are guests of Dr. Wheeler nnd
This is Children's day at the exposition
nnd fully ono-balf of the youngsters in the
city have made arrangements to attend the
Tom Brondner has been arrested for being
drunk and disorderly and resisting an of-
fleer. Ho furnlohed ball and will t > o ar
raigned In police court Monday morning.
Plumbing Inspector Cook Is closelv wotrh-
Ing all excavations made In the streets
now in order to prevent a repetition of the
accident on Twenty-fourth street the other
The night school of Hov. Irving P. John
son will open with a class In burtneas arlth-
motle and business forms on Monday even
ing at the Instructor's etud ; ' , Twenty-fourth
and J streets.
Barney O'Connell , formerly of this city ,
who Is now with a detachment of the First
Nebraska infantry at Honolulu , writes to
friends hero that he la la good health , but
ho would UVe to move on.
All Odd Fellows In South Omaha , both
resident and visiting brethren , are Invited
to meet at the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows' hall at ! ) o'clock sharji Monday
morning to participate In Odd Fellows' day
J parade to the exposition trouaJs.
llaydeu's bought it all. All
Lho creamery butter sent to
the Exposition for the prize
contest was sold to Jlayden
Bros again. The blue ribbonn
jro on display In our butter department , II
s not necessary for us tn say any morn
about tlw quality of the butter , an you nil
know It must be the best butter that can bo
ninde , or It would not bo fcont to the expo
sition. On pnlo In Butter department.
The largest butter depart
ment in Omaha. Fine fresh
dairy butter , iHc and 12ic.
Fancy country creamery , I4o
and IGc. Fresh , sweet , country butter lie ,
13c and 15e. Imposition prlzo separator
creamery butler , better butter could not ba
made , 17V c , 19o , 21c.
Meats ami Chickens.
Saturday will be a big day
here. Chipped dried beef
12 c. Fresh Dressed Spring Chickens , We.
3-lb. palls best lard , 17c. fi-lb. palls best
lard , 31c. No. 1 sug.ir cured hams , S , f.
Bologna sausage , fie. Short ribbed rein
beef , EC. Pickled pork , 6 c. Kvtra cholcci
Iran bacon , lOc. German mimmcr sausage ,
Solid packed , extra select
oysters , quart , 25c. Now
Cape Cod cranberries , GAc.
Smoked white fish , per pound ,
12'c. . Snow whlto codfish , 2-pound bricks ,
9c. George's fancy whole whlto codfish ,
! > V4c. Mackerel , real Norway , per pound ,
124c. . Norway herring , 8',4c.
New brick or limberger
cheese , lOc. Young America
full cream cheese , lOc. Switzer -
zer cheese , per pound , 12ic.
Neufchatel cheese , only 3c. Hand chceso ,
only 2',4c. Imported Swiss cheese , per
pound , "Sc. Biggest sale this week over
Tea and Goffee
Good Golden Santos , worth
20c , only lOc. Whole Eio
coffee , only Sic. Java and
Mocha Siftings , only 12 c.
Golden Rio coffee , 20c. Now crop tea Rift-
Ings , 17c. English breakfast , 25o and
3 1-Sc. Fancy gunpowder tea , 33c.
20 pounds Granulated
Sugar $1.00. Sugar is down.
'What is the cause of it ? It is
because the trusts are fighting
other refineries who refuse to
join them to make the people
pay more for sugar than It Is really worth ,
and they will do it , just as eoon as the
other ones- are either bought out or shut
down by them. Buy susiir now , while the
fight Is on.
FRANKLIN TALKS OF PEACE
I'rcneiitH IiiterontliiK TJiotiKlitM SUR.
KeNtcd by Omaliu'H Orent .Iiilil-
In recognition of iho festival of peace , to
which Mils week Is dedicated , U'r. tee IT.
Franklin spoke nt Temple Israel last night
upon "Pe-aco , " and presented In an earnest
and Interesting wny thoughts suggested by
the jubilee. At the conclusion of the serv-
tco the audience joined hi Ringing "Amor-
"Thero Is no ttmo when nature's calm
appeals so gratefully to' the human heart , "
said Habbl Franklin , "as when the raging
elements of wind and rain have spoilt their
force nnd the thunder's roar lias been suc-
"fcecded by the gentle peace that foljows.
And so when the clash of arms nnd the dim
of cannon have been hushed thcro comes
with the succeeding quiet a loftier Inspira
tion for men to rejoice therein than when
the Biiow-whllkj dove of peace has held sway
uubroknnly over human destinies. So It is
traceable lu sorno degree to this fact that
the American people join In an outburst of
joy on August 12 when two natlonn , victor
nnd-vanquished , laid aside their blood
stained swords nnd Invited peace.
"It Is natural that
our nation should reJoice -
Joico In the triumph of Us cause and the
righteous victory of 'Its '
arms. There IB a
comforting sense in the realization that the
( Sod of Battles Is on the nldo of the cause
wo represent. It seems , too , that the strong
nation Is the patriotic nation and that pa-
frlotlsm Is the mother of national strength.
We. whose standing army was the Jest of
Ruropo and whose naval power wus scoffed
at. hum proved that In a land where overr
man is a king and patriot , It Is easy to carry
a good cnueo to Us accomplishment. U 1
no wonder that this week's jubilee of peace
has struck a deep responsive chord In the
hearts of the whole community , for the pa
triot who IA honored In his country's tri
umphs and disgraced In its defeats longs
for peace nt any prlco save dishonor. The
pvents of the Tecent war have been so Ilttlo
Bhort of the miraculous that they will form
a vital part In the world's history and Jus
tify this display of enthusiasm , which hai
been sc'/Jom If over equaled. Americans
are proud to the last man of their country
and rejolco that the scars of the civil war
are seen no more In the union of north and
"But the effects of the American victory
bear upon the destinies of a wider circle
of humankind than the nations directly en
gaged , for they attest the triumph of civ
ilization over barbarity , of righteousness
over brute force. War Is after oil a rollo
of barbarism , costly In money and life and
brutalizing In Influence , so it is a hopeful
sign of development among us of a wider
patriotism that wo welcome with such ac
claim the return of peace. It was a timely
word and forcefully spoken when In his mag
nificent address this week President Mc-
Klnlcy sold : 'Ours has never been a mili
tary government. Peace , with whose blress-
ings we have been so long singularly fa
vored , Is the national dcslro and the goal of
every American aspiration. ' "
OF JARS ,
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