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12 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , XOVEMBET ? 5 , 1898.
VIEW PLAN WITH SUSPICION
Property Owners Are Unwilling to Bo
Surrounded by Tracks
EAST OMAHA COMPANY WANTS INGRESS
AKxcrtn nthpr Itnniln Will lit * nnalilrd
to Hntcr Omaha If 1'ctllloii to
Occupy Cor I n I ii Sfri-rfu I *
While no protests havs as yet been filed , It i '
Is possible that considerable objection Is yet
to Ixi made to the ordinance by which the i
Hast Omaha Hrldge and Terminal company i j
Is to bo given by the city council the right- '
of-way to construct railroad tracks In the
eastern portion of the city from Fourteenth |
nnd Webster streets to Eighth street nml
Capitol avenue. Whllo It has been an
nounced by the committee that has agreed
upon the ordinance that It was satisfactory
to all parties concerned , yet a number of the
interested property owners arc viewing the
proposed law with unkindly eyes. Some of
them nre expected to bo on hand with ob
jections nt the council committee of tht >
whole meeting on next Monday afternoon ,
when the matter Is to bo considered by ths
A good many property owners who live In
the part of the city that will bo affected by
theorellnancolookaflkancotipon the statement
of the company that the tracks are to be
used In enabling ono or more railroad com
panies to secure admission Into the city.
On quite the other hand , they seem to beef
of the opinion that the scheme Is simply in
tended to hottlo up ono of the moat con
venient ways a railroad would have of com
ing Into Omaha , They figure .that . when the
Illinois Central and the Chicago Great West
ern come to Omaha , they will probably find
It hard to secure admission , except over the
Kast Omaha bridge. If cither road should
como In this way , they assert that It would
practically be barred from getting Into the
heart of Omaha. If the right-of-way the
bridge and terminal company Is after Is
granted. This objection Is sot out In the
following communication to The Hoe from
ono of the property holders :
OMAHA , Nov. 3. To the Editor of The
Boo : The statement is a mlstako that the
majority of the property owners agree with
Iho Omaha Uriilge and Terminal company
about the ordinance giving it right of way
on our streets nnd alleys. The company
wants Fourteenth street south to Hurt ,
Thirteenth street to CURB , Twelfth street
1o Chicago , Eleventh street to Daven
port , Tenth street to Davenport , Ninth street
to Capitol a\cnue. Hurt , Webster and Cali
fornia stroetH to Fourteenth street ; Cass and
Chicago streets to Thirteenth street. Daven
port street to Eleventh street , Capitol avo-
jiue to Tenth street , also the alleys bounded
J > y the streets named.
The company bought pome cheap lots east
of Twelfth street , made some Inquiries about
prices but extended no offers. They want
Iho city to glvo them our streets , but If
the company really wants the property It
has had plenty of time to buy. Its action
in the county court shows It wants very
llttlo property only In the lower eastern part
nlong the existing tracks. The majority of
the property owners will resist the giving
tiway of the streets , ns we would bo sur
rounded by railroad yards and track1 ? ctul
our property ruined. It seoma to bo n repe
tition of the Dclt Line fraud. II. S. Clark
promised ,1 fine paswnger depot nt Fifteenth
and California , Instead we hnvo n coal yard
there , A. OSANTNEH.
Deslilon this kick against bottling up the
entrance Into the city by means of Four
teenth street , another serious argument Is
advanced , It Is pointed out that about ten
years ago the city condemned land for the
purpose of wtabllflhlns Fourteenth street ,
north of Webster street , for the eolo purpose
of furnishing a level road to and from the
factories In Hast Omaha , All other roads
that lead to this manufacturing suburb run
ea t from Slionnan avenue and on every ono
there , Ii a heavy grade. With tracks laid
on loui tccnth street , It Is maintained , that
the value of the street would bo destroyed.
Hecauso of this It la argued that the right-
of-way should not bo given unless It Is
clearly cstabllrhed that the city will secure
a greater benefit.
City Engineer RoscwatC'ivouM have liked
tl'ii ordinance much better had It given the
company the right to buiM an elevated
io.ul for Its tracks. The company
Intimated that this would be agreeable to It ,
hut the property owners objected on the
grounds that such an elevated road would
destroy their property underneath.
Regarding this scheme City Engineer
Kosewater says : "I do not believe that such
a road uould damage the property , ns hits
been asserted , but would ultimately benefit
It. Hut without regard to this , such a plan
would certainly have been much more de-
slrablo than the other as far as the city
is concerned , as an clovatcd road Is far
preferable to a surface road. Dangerous
crossings would entirely be done away with
and this alone demonstrates the advantage
of ono over the other. "
Look nt sample line of toys to be retailed
at wholesale prices Saturday and Monday.
Open evenings. 1207 Harney street.
Read Hnydcn Hros. ' nd on page G.
AGREE TO RESTRICT PASSES
Time 1'nnni'H Mnr Not IIo Inxiiril br
Went mill Soutlivrcxt Ilnll-
a > ' Xevt Yt-nr.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 4. At the call of Chair
man C. A. Parker of the Western Trunk
Lines committee , the executive officers of the
leading western nnd southwestern lines as-
sembrcd In this city at the Southern hotel
to consider the question of free transporta
tion for the ensuing year. The day was
taken up with a general discussion of the
frco tranpportatlon question and the best
way to restrict passes , It not to abolish them
A resolution In favor of reaffirming the
pass agreement of 18S ! ) was lost and a com
mittee of five was appointed with the chair
man to confer with lines In other territories
and ascertain to what extent they were willIng -
Ing to co-operato with the western lines , to
tlio end that annual or time passes should
not bo Issued by any line after January 1 ,
1S'J9. Such committee will report to an ad
journed meeting In St. Louis at the Southern
hotel on Tuesday , November 29 , and nt the
same time will submit a report of recom
mendations ns to the form of an agreement
which should govern free transportation In
the coming year. The committee will bo
composed of the chairman and representa
tives of the Union Pacific , the Illinois Cen
tral , the Wabash , the Chicago , Milwaukee &
St. Paul and the Atchleon , Topcka & Santa
Fe. If annual nnd time passes are abolished
only trip passes will be Issued In the com
ing year and they will bo very much cur
HAULING AWAY THE EXHIBITS
Freight Men Giving ThemEolves No
Uneasiness About the Business.
BULK OF THE STUFF IS GOING FREE
AfcrrvniiMit Mmle nt tlio
In Now llolnir PtilllllPil
to the ItiillroniU In
The freight ' men are not having much
harder work In watching the return ship
ments of exhibits and other material from
the exposition than are the passenger men
In standing iback enjoying the Bight of the
Midway folks paying two-thirds regular
The exhibits were sent In hero on the
payment of 'full freight rates with the
understanding that they \vould bo sent back
to their point of origin frco of charge ,
providing they had not changed hands while
here. As fast as the necessary papers are
secured from the Department of Transporta
tion the exhibits are being moved out.
Some ot the property that was brought
here for sale as merchandise will go back
to the warehouses of the respective owners.
For this trainc , which will be moved on
prevailing freight rates , there Is some com
petition. The amount of this material Is
not great and $1,000 probably covers the
freight charges that will bo paid. Some of
the lines secured quite a little freight busi
ness out of the larger Midway concessions.
The Hngenbeck nhow was taken to Kansas
City , The big see-saw will remain here for
several months , until the owners decide
where they want It to swing next.
The passenger agreement providing that
none of the Midway business or other expo
sition travel , should be moved out for less
than two-thirds of the regular fare , with no
free transportation to be Issued , etlll stands
fairly well Intact. It was somewhat frac
tured on Thursday afternoon , ono small
party getting out of the city over the
Wabash road on half ratoa. There was a
llttro Hurry over this , but the matter was
satisfactorily explained as a "charity case"
on Friday morning , ami peace Is still pre
served and revenue conserved by the local
IOWA CRVl'IlAIj IS DOINGVKIiIj. .
I'roNprrlty in the State ItonntN Ilnll-
rouil I'lirniiiK" .
MARSHALL-TOWN , la. , Nov. 4. ( Special. )
The earnings of the Iowa Central Rail
way company for the month of October
were the largest of any month since Octo
ber , 1SI3. ! Auditor T. C. Watson has just
Issued a statement showing the approximate
earnings for the month , aa follows : Gross
$200,087.10 , an Increase over October , 1S97
of $19,736.19. or 9.S6 per cent. These earn
ings are divided as follows : Freight , $161-
366.03 , an Increase of $15,115.70 : passenger
$31,501.11 , an Increase of $4,129.74 , and mis
cellaneous , $7,200 , an Increase of $400.69.
Xow Truck * Are for nit'vntnr.
The Union Pacific engineering departmen
Is getting ready to build additional tracks
In Council niuffs for the now grain elevator
to be constructed by the Peavey company
The new tracks , together with the neces
sary swltchea and spurs , will amount to
about three miles of trackage. It Is ex-
"I have sold Ayer's Hair Vigor for the past thirteen years and have
known of no casr where it has failed to give satisfaction. I sell more
of it than of any like preparation. "
J. P. BRISCOE , Harrison , Ark.
"For five years I have been selling Ayer's Hair Vigor under a
positive guaranty that it would produce hair on a bald head and restore
gray hair to its natural color. I have not had one bottle returned ,
nor has there been a single case where the dressing was used that it
did not do all that was claimed for it. "
II. M. ACUFF , Elba , Va.
" For some years my hair had bren coming out. It had become rfy
very dry , and my scalp was covered with dandruff. I have applied S 1
Aycr's Hair Vigor regularly for some weeks now , and I could hardly \ ,
trust my senses when I first found that a new growth of hair had
started. It is much thicker than formerly and of good color. The
dandruff has disappeared , and my scalp seems to be in a perfectly
healthy condition. " Miss K. WRIGHT , Perth , Ont.
" Some time ago my head became full of dandruff , which caused
me great annoyance ; after a time the hair began to fall out. The
use of Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped the hair from falling and nude the
scalp clean and healthy. "
MRS. C. M. AYRES , Mount Airy , Ga.
I think there is no toilet article in the world so good as Aytr's Hair Vigor. I am fifty-three years old , and my hair would
have been all white now if it were not for the use of the Vigor j but the application of that dressing has preserved its color and
kept it soft and glossy. " MRS. W. H. JARVIS , Otsego , Mich.
" After five years' use of Ayer's Hair Vigor , I can cheerfully recommend it as a desirable toilet article. It keeps the hair soft
and glo y and helps it to retain its natural color. " D. WARNER , Dunnville , Ont.
For about five years my hair kept falling out , until I was almost tuld. Some Ne\v Hampshire friends asked me to try
Ayer's Hair Vigor , and insisted on getting it for me. I used it during that summer and fill , and found that a new growth of hair
hid started. I continued to use it steadily for about four months , and at the end of that time hid as good a head of hair as one
could wish. " HOWARD ME1.VIN , Carlisle , Miss.
"I am well pleased with Ayer's Hair Vigor. When I noticed that my hair was getting thin I commence ! to use the Vigor ,
with the result that the hair not only ceased to come out , but a new growth of hair started. It certainly is an excellent tonic. "
CHAS. C. GRAVES , Brook.ton , N. Y
Your druggist soils Aycr's Hafr Vlfjor : $ ! .OO a hotUo ; six bottles fo > SS.GO *
pooled nork will be begun at nn early date
nnd completed about the enmc tlmo as the
The above worts has given rlso to a re-
lort that new yards and shop * nre to be
aullt In Council Uluffs l > y thu Union Pacific
and the shopmen compelled to live In that
city. At the headquarters of tlie company
hero there Is said to bo no truth In the lat
ter report. All of the cars of the company
when not In use are now kept and cleaned
n Council Ulults and probably will continue
to be. Hut this division of the department
motive power and machinery will not be
enlarged In the near future.
Hnllvrny Mote * nnil 1'pmunnln.
General Solicitor Mandcrson of the II. &
M. went to Chicago on Thursday evening.
John 11. Berry , chief engineer of the Union
Pacific , returned from the west In his pri
vate car this morning.
Nearly all of the transient traveling pas
senger agents who were here to help close
Iho exposition have returned to their rcspec-
General Passenger Agent Lomax of the
Union Paolflo la In Chicago attending n
meeting to decide on Immigrant rates to ap
ply on through travel during the coming sea
son.Chief Clerk Buckingham ot the B. & M
and Traveling Passenger Agent Barnes of
the Missouri Pacific will attend the foot ball
game between the Universities of Nebraska
and Kansas nt Lawrence , Kan. , on Saturday.
Joseph Barker , live stock agent of the Mil
waukee , was given an Informal reception
when he reached the Milwaukee ofilco this
morning. Tha engagement of Miss Elizabeth
Peck , daughter of Secretary E. P. Peck of
the Omaha Kloveator company , to Mr. Bar
ker was announced on Thursday evening nnd
the congratulations that followed were nu
merous ami heartv.
Start In by reading Hnyden Bros. ' ad first
on page D ,
Call at 1207 Hnrnev street and see the large
display ot holiday goods to be retailed at
wholesale prices Saturday and Monday.
German Republican club will hold a big
meeting at .Mueller's hall on Saturday , Nov.
5 , 1898 , S p. m. Congressman David H. Mer
cer , lion. Edward Rosewater and other prom
inent speakers. Come nnd hear them.
Sorrow ! Sorrow ! Xorrowt
Dear Brethren : Brother Champion 8.
Chaeo departed this life at 2:40 : p. m. . No
vember 3. The obsequies of the Kadoah will
be performed Rt Masonic hall nt 10:30 : p. m.
Saturday , November 5. Brethren cordially
Invited. JAMES GILBERT ,
Members of Capitol lodge , No. 3 , Ancient ,
Free and Accepted Maeons , will please as
semble at Free Masons' hall at 2 o'clock Sun
day afternoon , November C , for the purpose
of attending the funeral of Brother Cham
pion S. Chase. Interment at Prospect Hill
cemetery. All master Masons invited.
JOSEPH P. DEEGAN , Master.
' Her Grand European hotel now open. Ele
gant rooms , ladles' and gents' cafe and grill
room. Cor. 16th and Howarii.
A sample line of Christmas goods of all
kinds to bo retailed at wholesale prices Sat
urday and Monday. Open evenings. 1207
Hayden Bros. ' ad Is on page 5.
WAR TAX ON BUCKET SHOPS
AVlierlooU of the Ilevpnuo
Service In Tryliijr to I'll force
tlip Iuw' I'rovlHlonn.
Internal Itiivenuo Agent Wheelock Is now
turning his attention to the bucket shops In
Omaha and South Omaha , having succeeded
In getting the commission men of South
Omaha to respect the war revenue measure.
The buckeU nbop3 have only been paying
one-half the tax provided. The law has
been 'Interpreted ' mean that a tax was
payable when1 the order to buy was given ,
and also when the order to sell followed.
The proprietors of these places hnvo treated
this as ono transaction , and only one tax
was paid. There has been consUerablo kickIng -
Ing by them on this decision , but Mr. Whee
lock says there Is no hope for them but to
comply with the new order of things. There
are twelve or thirteen of three bucket shops ,
and the tax on their operations from July
1 amounts to'from $50 to $150 each.
Ono of the prettiest love scenes developed
by Uio modern drama Is a feature of Julia
Marlowe's now play , "Tho Countess Va-
leska. " A young Suablan officer makes n
proposal of marriage to a beautiful German
girl In a dainty love song that lives long in
the memory. This Is the substory of the
play , the main theme In which Mlsi Mar
lowe figures being tlio struggle of the horo'nc
between the dictates of patriotism nnd love
for ono of her country's enemies a dashing
young Prussian officer. This tender passion
leads to much turbulence of emotion. "The
Countess Valeska" will be given when Mips
Marlowo appears at Boyd'n theater Monday
and Tuesday evenings , November 7 and S.
Mltw Marlowe has changed her supporting
company this season more than usual , In
fact only a few of the- old faces will be
seen. John Blair nnd Hobnrt Bosworth
divide the principal responsibility , and rthoi
acquisitions nre James Cooper , T. A. Hall
David Hanchctt Norah Lamlson , Byron
Ongley and Lon Stevens.
Miss St. George Hussey , the clever come
dienne with "OIo Olaon. " Is nn ardent dev
otee of thebicycle. . She Is not sensitive
about her avoirdupois , but she feels that sin
was Insulted during her visit to the World'i
fair. She was at the fair grounds wearlnj
large , green bloomers , about the first of tin
kind to be seen there , having a photograpl
taken sitting on a "bike. " while Charlej
Loralno held It steady , when n street urchlr
came up and significantly asked him , In i
serious tone , "What tlmo dons the balloov
go up ? " Slnco that time Miss Hussey hai
discarded bloomers nnd never rides In CM-
cage , but she will be with "Ole Olson" a :
Boyd's Sunday , matinee and night.
Tonight closes the engagement at the Troc
ndero of the diminutive comedian , Arthu :
Dunn , assisted by Miss Mattle Nichols , pro
nulling their tremendous hit , "The SoubrPtti
and the Bell Boy ; " Miss Pearl Hlght. thi
American Anna Held , nnd the mirth-pro
voklne comedians. Mnxmllllan and Shields
the Del Sahos , McCabe and Hmmett , thi
Howard trio and Ztska , the moden
Mcphlato , Beginning tomorrow nfternom
the queen of burlesque , the peerless Corrlnc
followed by eight of the strongest acts ob
talnable , open a week's engagement , lie
serve Beats In advance.
Conipnny Kcf | > the Old Slum'
The engine company which has been la-
cated on Harney street between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth streets , will have the same
quarters during the coming year. For t
tlmo It seemed probable that a change wouli
be made , Inasmuch ns the city was unwilling -
willing to lease the building for the eli
rental of $100 a month. Chief of the Fin
Department Redell , however , has succcedec
In having the rent -educed to $75 a montl
and a lease will probably be made by tin
Advisory board for the coming year nt tha
figure. There will bo a stipulation In thi
lease that at the conclusion of the year thi
city bo allowed to remove all tha bunks
stalls and other conveniences that It hai
put In. The lease Is made for only a year
because It Is hoped that by the time tha
period rolls around the city will ho en
nbled to secure better and permanent qtiar
ters of Its own.
County Judge Baxter Issued the followln
marriage licenses yesterday :
Name and Residence. Agi
Stuart A. Campbell. Valley. Neb . 2
Annie McKlnnon , Valley , Neb . 2
Martin Johanck , Omaha . 2
Anna Zajle , Omaha . . . 2
"XVooiluortli At't nn t'olU-i'tor.
C. D. Woodworth , the present deputy col
lector of the port of Omuha , has receive
telegraphic Instructions from the Treasur
department at Washington to act as collcc
tor of the port pending an appointment of
ucccMor of the Ute Colonel Ctas .
HALF II ITK.H SOUTH
Port Arthur Itonto.
On November 1 nnd 15 the 1'ort Arthur
route will sell round trln tickets to moat
nil points south nt half fare ( plus $2.00) ) .
Commencing November 1 winter tourist
tickets will be placed on eale to all winter
resorts. All Information nt Port Arthur
route office , 1115 Karnam street ( Puxton
hotel block ) , or wrlto Hnrry U , Moorcs , C.
P. and T. A. , Omahn , Neb.
Big auction ! KIn the Kronen Court , Ii-
ternntlonal hall. All Imported leather trunks
and other furniture , two dining room , sloop-
Inr rooms , mahogany and marble tables nnd
rabinot poclaln serves , show cases , coun
ters , etc. Sale begins 2 p. in. , Saturday. 13.
E. Atherton , auctioneer.
Every step In our Big Store leads to bar
gains of sharpest value our ad Is on page 5.
Black and colors.
Usually sold at much higher
See samples in our east win
dow Don't miss this chance
Black and Navy Cloaks , plain or rough
Black Boucle Cloth Cloaks $5.95. Good
lining throughout sfeeves capped.
Black Boucle Cloth Cloaks $7.50 hand
somely strapped with broadcloth body and
sleeves lined with good silk.
Our $10.00 , $10.75 nnd $12 Cloaks are the
best In Omaha at the price. You'll say so
when you see them.
1510 Douglas St.
Kent's English Tooth Brushes
This Is a specialty ot ours. Wo sell the
50c kind for 25c anil warrant thorn nnt to
shell brNtles. Uleyclo Urunhes Hath
BruMhes Brushes for Cleansing llnth Tubs
Brushes for ClennsliiK Printers' Type
Brushes for Cleaning DORS Brushes for
cleaning bottles nnd sliiHdes cxtru good
Brushes for nursing bottles. Try us for
any kind of n brush.
WE CUT DRDO PRICES ,
"ic Laxative Brome Quinine we sell. . 13c
2jc MiMinen'x Talcum Powder wo sell IJP
25c Iluby Pearl Tooth Soup wo sell . . lie
L'5o Packer's Tar Soap wo sell 10c
50u Syrup 01 Klgs we sell We
EOc Malted Milk we Hell 4to (
W.75 Mnlti-d Milk we pell $3.15
75c Melllu'H Food wo sell ( Be
$1.00 Peptogonlc Milk Powder we sell K > c
$1.00 Hopf. Iron ami Wliuwe sell 4c ! )
WHITE KOP. UUUG CATALOG-UK.
Sherman & McDonnell Drug Co
ir lt ! Doclpr Street , Omaha.
Middle of Block.
Tou may have a courr.e of medical
C UK ABLE DISEASES
of all kinds at the
Sliepard Medical Institute I
New York Lib Bldg. , Omaha , Neb.
Diseases of the L.unis , Stomach ,
Kidneys , Nerves and Uloocl. Hefer-
ence , by permission , to O.uOO cured
patients. The largest medical offices
and practice In the went. The Omaha
llee , leatlln * daily , nays : "The Shep-
nrcJ Medical InaUtutoi.i entirely rplla-
ble In a professional and business
way. Dr Sheparo und his associates
have ( rained and fully maintained a
leading reputation In the treatment
of chronic diseases. The public may
oafc-ly trust them. "
\A7RITF \ For testimonials from
YV M I I l _ ministers , teachers , bum-
ness men , farmers , etc. , telling how
they were cured at borne through Uio
RnnU "Tlio New Treatment :
UUUlX How It Cures. " Is sen * freu
to all who write. It | 3 a clean medical
work for the whole family to read
and la of Croat \aluo to all who aeck
better health. Book and Consultation
Blanks sent free to all Inquirers.
Medicines sent everywhere Stuto
your case and send for opinion and
lowest terms. Charges low. Con-
tutlon free , personally or by letter.
JVn'f' it / < I'd " . *
NtniUSkVS LARGEST AND WOSIICQRENUIIV
Received the highest award
I on their Draught Beer and a
' . Gold Medal on their Doffled
o Beeratlhs Trnnsmississippi
. ( Exposition , proving conclusively -
. ! sively that their Beer is Pure ,
| Artesian well water only is used It
bo manufacture of this becr (
Uce , Nov. I.
Wo urc soiling bottci' underwear for Uio inonoy this year
than wo over sold heretofore. We bought more , wo bought
it cheaper , wo bought Bomo of it from entirely now makers
and wo learned a , few things that \vo didn't know last year.
Jf you careto know just exactly how far your money will go
liero for underwear make up your mind to get a first rate
fleece lined shirt or drawers for U5 cents , a good deal bettor
ono for 50 cents , a heavily wool fleeced garment , silk taped
and full fashioned for 75 cents and a grand plush lined full
fashioned , heavy , ingrain woven fabric for a dollar a gar
ment two dollars a suit. Altogether we can show you al
most a dozen diffornt lines of fleece lined goods in random
and matted effects , in greys and browns and blues and silver
pearl shades. For Saturday we will open up some new cases
of Cashmere and all wool underwear in modes and tans and
naturals and also some double breasted camel hair goods and
when you see the prices on them you will understand what
we mean by the opening sentence of this advertisement w
are selling bettor underwear for the money this year than we
over sold heretofore.
a ! 50c on the Dollar
Just bought out a manufacturers entire stock of line
winter trousers at 50c on the dollar. Over 5,000 pairs to
select from in all sixes from JS1 to f > 2 waist 28 to OS lengths.
Made up in all best fabrics , chiviots , tweeds , cassimeres and
fancy worsteds. Medium and tapering legs ; scientifically
tailored ; continous waist band ; taped seams ; side or top
pockets ; newest patterns and designs ; guaranteed to fit aa
well as custom made.
These pants were made to sell at from § 2 to § 10. Spe
cial prices on Saturday will be
95c , $1.50 , $1.75 , $2.50 and $3.75
Boys' and Children's Suits
Special Saturday's Sales. Again our boys' and chil
dren's department comes to the front with a grand assort
ment representing the acme of style and sorviceableness.
A big shipment of vestee suits received this week , go on
sale Saturday. All the new shades and cuts ; very nobby
creations and at almost one-half the usual cost.
A grand showing of two-piece double breasted suits to
fit "little men" between 3 to 10 years will also bo offered
Saturday. The most complete stock of these suits in the
country. Saturday the prices will begin at 05c and advance
at the rate of about 25c a suit up to § 5.50. You never saw
such values ; such combinations of beauty and durability.
The boys' clothing department leads the west.
Hats and Caps
Saturday two special values in hats go on sale at 75c
and § 1.00. They are in Fedora and Derby styles , and in all
the leading shapes and shades , and worth § 1.25 and § 1.50.
In men's caps to pull down over tlie ears , we are showing
some splendid values at 15c , 25c 35c , 45c and G5c.
( See half page ad on page 5. )
Selling the Most Clothing in Omaha.
No Flies No Gnats No Dust.
. . .
No blistering heat. This Is the best season for onUldo painting.
PATTON'S MASTBU PAINTERS' FINISHING WHITE and tinting colons or PAT-
TON'S SUN PROOF MIXED PAINTS nro the best materials obtainable. They cost 1
no more than White Lead paint , because they cover morp surface. They last IOHRIT
because they are made of the best White Lead combined In proper proportions with
Zinc and Silica. ,
If you want to be an old fogy and stick to white lead In spite of the fact that It
won't stand the heat and dry air of this climate vo have It , and will supply you at
manufacturers' nrlce. |
\Vo sell everything In the Paint nnd Glass line.
You can't afford to buy PLATE GLASS or FRKNCII PLATE MIRROR without
getting our prices.
J. A. Fuller & Co. , Out Price Druggists , 14th & Douglas.
at the Exposition.
Try a case.
FRED KRUG BREWING CO. ,
1007 Jackson St. , Orrmhu ,
Phone , 420.
TEhTHXTitACTED 25 CENi'S.
DR. fflASOH ,
4tli I'loor Drown Blk. , IGth and Douglas
Gold Alloy lil.ing . $1.00
Gold Filling $1.00 and up
Gold Crowns $5.00
Set Teeth $5.00
Best Te tb $7.50
Quality the Best
Write for Catalogue No. 28 1
EfTAMKHCO SIXTY VF IN CHICAGO
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