Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 10, 1901, PART I, Page 3, Image 3
THK OMAHA DAILY HKEs SUNDAY. SOVEMUElt 10. 1001, KELLEY, STIOER & CO. WE INVITE INSPECTION. WE URGE COMPARISON. 1 Colored Dress Goods for Walking Skirts On renter coiihUm irrnt, linr gsiiiiH nl $1.25, $1.75 and $2.00 m Double fiicefrolf cIhIIih. Knjr Hull worsteds. Yorkshire lienv.v rope worsteds. Kxtm special lines on center counters. 75c, 5c and $1.00 .Melton yarn, dyed prunella, homespuns. diagonals and cheviots. White and cream worsted?, (for waists), cheviot, broadcloth. Inre welt cords, mohair and Koleil, at 7oe. !?. ?l.r0 and Colored Waistings 50c and 65c Stripes, batistes, albatross, plain and fancy (Miallie. Black Dress Goods Satin Venetian and Cassock cloth, 91.ni). A bright and silky cloth for tailoring. " Special value in cheviots--85c, $1.00, $1.35 and $1.50 Clean and bright worsted, perfectly woven, equaling the) nigncsi cosi. Oanite rope worsteds and j tweetls, j 80C, $1.00, $1.35 and $1.50 till wide goods ideal skirt, and tailoring cloths. For Waists Batiste, mohair, ."Or. Toe ami j C J ,(J0. ' I Hinh Art nress Goods : "'3 " In dress patterns elegant broche velvet novelty, souffle stripes, ernmino silk, melange, etc. NOW FOR THE CONGRESSMEN Nebraska fcepablicm Prpar tt Extwd Thtir Victar.M. DESIGNS ON 'ALL FOUR FUSION DISTRICTS AVI Hi IVmiMitent lleniliinrlrr Actl,c CnnumlKiiliiK ( Vnriy l,rnilrn llnp.- In Omen I Their linlii. (From a Staff Correspondent i LINCOLN, Nov. . (Special.) If procnt llaus aro carried Irto effect an they do'iltUrs wll'l be, th-1 headquarter of the riipubllcan state central committee will hi maintained permanently at the Llndell ho tel and no'v.ithslHtuPng the faot that the republicans are ngaln In the majority tho campaign work will be continued with vigor nnd without cessation. Chairman H. ('. Lindsay Is now enjoying a brio rest at his homo In Pawnee Cltv, but will re turn to Lincoln Monday to rutumc his du tleh with tho committee and as prliuo ecrotary to the govcruor. In tho latter part of nest week Mr. Llnd- tav will leave for a hunting expedition In w'strrn Nebraska, to be gone probably one week. After his return be will begin the foundation for next year's campaign. The pell Us- vlll bo brought up lo date, the orgnnlrnlloii will ho stiongthcned In place where It is no' weak and particular at 1 teuton will be paid to the organliatlor. of Hit- various congrctiloual districts, It Is confidently tulleved thst with this year's galpa as a beginning the party can carry .at lesst three ail probably all of the four fusion congressional districts 'at the next rltctlon. Iho rim and Second districts are tho only ones represented by republican congrenmen, but tho prediction is made by the leaders here that after net year the number will be Increased to five and It U thought that there Is good, chance of making the state's delegation In congress unxnlmous so far as party politics Is con cerned. iKarly next week Mr. Lindsay will ad dress a letter of congratulntlnu to 'each Gurad Piles, Saved From Knifo. Mrs. Aarrn Medron of Savannah. CJa . Tiles: Kver since the birth of my flrM rhlld, sl years ago. I have suffered greatly from pllrs t could not bring my. self to bear the thoughts of a (iirgieal npiraMon Cyrvmld Pile Cure entirely cured me." Por sale by all druggists, 'Tiles, rauses and Cure" mailed free, rjramll Drug Co., Marshall, Mich. White Waist Silks 75c Corded. hemstitched and tucked effects, white, untearable and washable waist silk. New white silks for tucked waists. $1.00. New fancy waist silks. 7.V. 91.00 and ;17. "Only the Best Gloves" "Trofousso." "I'erriu." "Dent." ".Monarch." are synonymous of reliability. Golf Gloves Are Here In splendid assortment, correct fitting. A Mocha glove at 91.00. in all new tints. A silk lined Mocha glove. $1. for boys and girls. The most correct street glove - the Chatham. 9I.0O. The Best the Market Affords at the Lowest Possible Prices Silks Black and Colored Dress Goods Black fancy Waist Silks 75c Corded, hemstitched and tucked effects. black Crepe de Chine A bright and silky iM-inch , ..vrentiniml value gj peau rje Sole $1.00 a Pri, lustrous silk, heavy '-and tirm. (warranted to wear). Peau de Luxe $1.25 24-inch a splendid dress I silk beyond anything 'in value i previously offered. Black Taffeta Silk S5c a Swiss taffeta, (thoroughly reliable) SSc Untcarnble, pure dye drew llk. 11.no-27.inch dress taffeta mirror. $1.25 36-Inch dress taffeta. Velvets" for Waists and Jackets The rich Paon velvet In exquisite colors, Ht $1.75. Dlack silk: velvet, special for Jackets, $1.23. CORNER FARNAM AND FIFTEENTH STREETS. county chairman In Nebraska. The gains w-cro general throughout the state and be wishes tho local managers to know that their efforts lu getting out the vote nre appreciated. l'nstor I'rrpnrc for IliitllU'nttiiu. The republlcaus of Custer county and nearby territory aro planning to hold n monster ratification meeting at Sargent next Tuesday evening. Governor Savage will tn In attendance nnd will probably de liver an address. The party workers In that section of the state are feeling espe cially Jubilant and they Intend to roakn tho affair fittingly memorable of the vlo tory on election day. In Custer county the republicans ramie a better showing than ever beforo In Its history anil gains were almost as large In tho surrounding coun ties, Articles of Incorporation of the tuition Engine company of Omaha wero 'recorded In the secretary of state's office today. The company Is capitalized for ?JO,000 nnd tho Incorporators are: Thomas O, Brltton, Ar thur J. Coolcy and George It, Palmer. Carl J. Ernst, successful candidate for member of the Hoard of llegents, has filed a statement with the secretary of state certifying to the expenditure of 557.37 Inci dent to his campaign. The major portion of this was ii contribution to the campaign fund nnd the balance was for stationery oud Incidental expenses. TrneliPrx Iti-nillnu Circle. Superintendent Fowler 13 sending circu lars to school people detailing the work and object of the Nebraska Teachers' Heading circle. In It he reviews the vnrlous books adopted and submits a list of questions for the monlh' reading. "Within the past year the Teachers' Reading Circle 'of Nrbiajka has grown In membership In a large majority of the counties," says Mr. Fowler. "While the membership Is voluntary, It should Includo all the public school teachers of the state, of whatever age or experience and of whatever grade of profcsslon.il and personal culture. Desultory reading cannot take the place of systemntlc work, nor can local clubs answer the purpose of n state organization. The more exacting demands upon the teachers of the present day re. qulro united professional work along the whole line. The Heading Circle board makes Its appeal to the county and city superintendents and to the tsachers gen erally, to unite In promoting the circle's Interests, to the end that tfc: enrollment In earh county shall constitute at least a ery large proportion of ihe teacher nctunlly engaged ln the work of the public schools, "Tho books adopted for 1S01 and 1902 are Hinsdale's "Art of Study" and flalley's "Principles of Agriculture." noth have in view the legal requirements of teachers and no teacher In Nebraska can afford to miss the benefits of either rf them." t'lnlmo Clvr Tlinimnnil llnmiir, tjiura 11. Prlndle thinks that William 1). Fitzgerald, president of th Fitzgerald Hry floods company, should pay her I3.no) as damages for an alleged slander, and the admissibility of the case lu the district court was argued before Judge Frost to day. Mrs, Prlndle avera that Mr. Fitzgerald virtually accused her of stealing money from the niall order department. A novel plea was entered by tho defendant, whole attorneys declared that a buslnrr msn had a perfect right to talk such affairs over with his employes and It was perfectly rroper for him to question clerks or ai slstants concerning mooted points. Allettr Inhiitnnn Trrnlmrm, Augusta I'rnhs ran sue her guardian, Margaret Classen, for Jo,w for allrz-d cruel treatment without putting up a bond for Ihe costs. Judge Frost d'rlded this afternoon. The girl alleges Inhuman treatment and Is without sufficient means to fttrniih a bond. Tailored Suits $35 We have many Intermediate and higher priced suits, special ron Monday -unusually splendid opportunities. ISS.Ofl blouse Corded Cheviot Suit (illk drop skirt, panne elvet vest, ery un common and elegant Myle. Walking Skirts A 15.00 bargain medium gray worsted, flounced skirl, seven sores very desirable flare. The stitching Is very carefully done. Our display 1 Walking Sklrts-Separat fklrti of all kinds aro In splendid variety at popular prices. Silk Skirts At $13.00, 1.00. $20 00, J25.00. 130.00 to M3.00. Taffeta silk of the best-modeling of the most correct order Velvet sklrts-Now In the prevalllnc fash. Ion, In excellent value Ht 110.00, J20.00, J27.00 and 133.00. Paletots and Autos J14.00, $17.50, J27.00 and J33.00 Oxford, black and castor kersey and cheviot aeml-loose and fitted backs, Daluty tints of mode and castor, finest variety of korey cloth. Oxford melton, with superposed capes an elegant garment. And at $37. on and Jin.nn some very sit perlor coats of the most attractive order. Children's Coats We have many especially uncommon atyles In three-quarter coats at popular prices, ages I to IS years $6.50 to $22.60. Suits Correctly made and ready to wear. We make a leader of a $15.00 Tailor Suit. Rlack cheviot, peau de sole faced, satin lined jacket, the most approved style of skirt. TAILORED SUIT, $20.00, A cheviot suit of excellent model. Neat Jacket, double breasted, highest grade cloth and style throughout. 0RD UNITARIANS DEDICATE llur rrituilnrnt VUltnr tn AnnUI In Formal OprnliiK ' Their .mv Church. OltD. Neb.. Nov. 9. (Special.) The ne Unitarian church building here was dedi cated Thursday night. Tin handsome little structure is Just comploted and has a seat ing capacity ot about ISO people. It Is built of chipped brick, the upper part, or auditorium, being octagon In shape. The basement, which, however, Is only three feet In the ground, Is divided Into library, reading room, kitchen, furnace room and cloakroom, Tho building Is forty feot square and cost about $L',500, without fur niture, Uev. Southworth of Chicago, sec retary of iho Western Unitarian associa tion, was present and preached tho dedica tion sermon. V' Mary I). Davis of New York, secretary of tho National alliance of the Unitarian church, was present, as were alio Rev. and Mrs. Marsh of the Unitarian church at Lincoln, uno cnurcn wns beautifully decorated and was crowded to Its fullest capacity. Music was ren dered by tho choir, under the leadership of Prof. Ocorge Bret, who also played violin solos. Rev. Knoch T'owell, the pas tor, was master of ccreminle. DIETRICH STOPS IN OMAHA I In Ai-rltr 'I'oiiIkIiI In llcmatii I Mill Mnmlnr III" Wnj- In Wnah IiirIoii. HASTINGS. Neb.. Nov. (Special Tele gram.) Senator Dietrich wiU depart to morrow morning for Wnshlnglon, but will stop tn Lincoln until tomorrow evening, when he will go to Omaha and remain thore until Monday night and then conjlnue his Journey eastward. He has engaged rooms in the Sherman flats at Washington, where he will reside while in that city. Mr. Dietrich has not as yet selected his private secretary, but he Is considering favorably Adams McMullcn, whoso hijme is ut Wytnore. Neb., but who has been In Washington during the last year. Mr. McMullcn l s graduate of the Nebraska university and is also a graduate from an eastern law school. I'hni-Rcil lilt Cnlllc Mrnllim. 11ASSKTT. Neb.. Nov. t. (Special Tele gram.) Chris Pope and George Wicgrafe, two old residents of this county, wero bound over to tho district court here today by the county Judge on woparate charge.) of cattle stealing. The property alleged to hno been stolen belongs to Johnston brothers, who live seventeen miles south west of Ilatsett. Pope Is said to have prac tically admitted hln guilt nnd testified ngalnst Wlegrnfe. who, he claims, was his accomplice. Jury riniln llinilhurj (iulllj. , CLAY CF.NTHR. Kan.. Noi. 9.- (Special I Telrgrain.) Tho cane of Ihe State against ex-Representative William S. tlradhur), ( chatged with assault nnd battery on S. P. llurnctt, hHS been on trial for tho last three days and tho Jury brought In a ver dict this evening finding Ilradbury guilty, lie Is yet to be tried for assaulting Bur. nett at the same place. There are two damage suits pending be foro the court, the outcome of the assault. Georg A. Pnln's. Upper Sandusky, O., wflles: "I have been using Foley's Hen"' and Tar for hoarseness nnd find It th bet remedy I ever tried. It stopper) the oeugb Imroedlitely and tellrved all soreness," Take none but Foley's. Dargalns of everV detrrlptlon on the want ad psge. IIIrIi tirade, Correct Fashion, Pop ular Price In Jackets, Suits and Skirt Department A leader- jacket .r..0U. Mountain cheviot, oxford gray, stylish cut. splendid stitch ing, gauntlet cuffs never lie fore equaled, at .".00. Another leader-jacket ?7.00. Irish kersey cloth, black, brown, castor and red. easily worth 10.00 -the very best tailoring and style. A Stylish Yoke Coat $10 A snug oxford cheviot, in medium shade, skinner satin lined, velvet collar a perfectly modeled coat, and a veritable bargain. Raglans! Raglans! We have a splendid line of these stvlish coats with two specials for Monday ?12.r0 and ?17.00. The best kind of melton and beaver cloth, oxford gray, proper cut and model and high estN grade tailoring. fine Furs, Popular Prices Isabella fox scarf, $10.00. $15.00 and $10.00. perfectly matched with large, full tails. Sable oppossum, ?o a large muff, really elegant style. Scarf to match, at $5.00. Our stock contains the best the market affords in stylish furs. Fur. Capes Near seal, astrakhan, woo! seal, Siberian squirrel lined. '. broadcloth. These are the fashionnble lllO-inch capes, correctly cut ami matched. $25.00. $27.00. $:I0.00. j$12.00 and $55.00. DISASTROUS FIRE AT BUTTE Etirti ia Rtar af laloa and ComiHti Maay loaiitii Homts. JUPrOSED TO BE OF INCENDIARY R1GIN lleforr Kktlimtilnheil cvcrnl of the Tim n' Moat Ktcnll c lOatnhllxh inrntu Are In Ilulns "cnrcli for MrmiKt-rs. HUTTE. Neb.. Nov. 9. (Special Tele gram.) Apparently with incendiary Intent undetected persons started a fire in tho tear of Anton Schelnost's saloon at 2 o'clock this morning and as a result many of Rutte's business establishments are In : ashes and the proprietors heavy losers on their stocks. There Is not a hotel or res taurant left In the town. The ten buildings destroyed wero all In tho business section, and being of wood, burned so fiercely that the rest of the town was saved only by the hardest work. New nnd better buildings aro promised for the old sites nt once. The evidence of Incendiarism was so strong that search Is being made for a stranger who Is reported to have made threats of "getting even" with the town lest night because of some alleged financial grievance. Starting with the saloon, which was valued at $3,500, and on which there was $1,000 Insurance, the flames destroyed the Hotel Royd, Will M. Carter, proprietor, value $2,000, Insuranco $700; G. S. Wright's restaurant, value $900, Insurance $500; John Story's hardware store, value $2,000 and 'In surance $900; Mrs. John Story's grocery, valuo $1,750 and Insurance $750; Warner & ( Maxam s drug store, value $0,000 and I Mason's drug store, value $0,000 and insuranco $1,7C0; Mrs. John Adklns' , restaurant, value $1,900 and Insurance $700; the stock and hulldlng of William Manthy. tailor, value $100, with no Insurance; Kd Johnson's saloon building, value $1,500, and Insurance $400, and D. W. Forbes' building, used as a pool room, valuo $900, with no Insurance. Among the minor losers were A. Maslndn. whose drug stock and building wero dam aged to the extent of $150; J. S, McMillan, $50; Kd Lusk. $2.1. 8. McOnwan, $50; Geonro Whitman. $50. C W Ulagg, $150, C. W. Weedman, $1,"0, and Ren Stockwell, $50. linden iirci n nl I'ullcrlnn, I FULLKUTON. Neb Nov. 9. (Special ) - HE LOGIC OF FIGURES Neeiis no gnniidimnit of blunter blarney or Mutant braggadocio, The priced below apply especially for MONDAY, Nov H perhaps longer ........ -.,ri r , tn - i.iuj.T IM'lll.'J 1 Ut.'. .Mil ll'lil.V IT $l.0n lig Cabin Siirsininrillii Mondny . . Hlc, :5rl'oke'H Dandruff Cure. Monday .. . .He fine Pozzonl'i. Fac Powder. Monday.. 'S. 23o Lyon's Tooth Powder. Momlny. . . . IV !" iiHcknge lllrrt Seed. Monday 'i $l.'i Wine l "Hrdill. Monday Sir $I.M Temptation Tnnlc Monday "). 2Sc Shlloh's Consumption euro, Mfn. day ilc 2.V-Howell's Anti-Kawf. .Monday lr Soo bottl imported Hay Hum. Mon day , . . ,V 5V li Jeiinc French Powder. Mon day . .. . r Jlc quart bottle Port or iaret, 'Momlny ... y Jhji Itoo Soap, Monda . . ' Sherman 86 McConnell Drug Go. Cor. I Mil and Dodge. .Onmlm. French flannels At this season of the year flannel stocks are soniwh.it depleted, jet notwithstanding the volume of business done by us In this line, our stock still presents the latest nov elties. Solid colors 50c yard figured "5e and hoc yard. Flannelettes We belleie our showing In thin line to bo the best In Omaha price 10c, 12',Sc and 15c yard. Scotch Flannels These are half wool and will not fade or shrink, esperlnlly adapted for roen'e. shirts, pajamas, ladles' and chil dren's night gowns, etc., 2Sc yard. All wool white flannels at 25c, 30c, SSc, 10c, 15c. 50c and 55c yard. All wool embroidered skirting flannels at 75c, 85c, ?0c, $1.00, $1.15 and $1.25 yard. Blankets You are never compelled to buy at the first place you look Suppose jou compare our qualities and these prices Cotton Tleeco niankcts 15c, 4!c, 75c, S3e, 1'Oc, $1.00. $1.25, $1.30, $1.50 and $1.75 pair. All Wool Illankels $3.50, $1.00. $1,60, $r..00, $5.60, $6.00, $8.50, $10.00 und up to $16.00 pair. Comforts Filled with good white batting, covered with sllkollne and hand knotted at it 31.60, $1.76, $2.25 and $2.60 each, Linen Dept Specials Now Is your time to anticipate your wants for Thanksgiving. Amongst our spe cial offerings Is a line of hand embroidered linens Just received from Uelfast, Ireland. They consist of scalloped doylies, center pieces, tray cloths, lunch cloths and bureau scarfs, 6?c Bleached Irleh Table Linen at 50c yard. $1.00 Bleached Irish Table Linen at 75c yard. $1.23 nicachcd Irish Table Linen at S7Jc yard. $2.00 nieached Irish Table Linen, heaviest mako Imported, at $1.13 yard. $3.00 and $3.50 Napkins In odd half dozen lots, at 9Sc per half dozen. The ninth annual convention of the Fifth district of the Christian Endeavor union is In session at tho First Presbyterian church in this city. Last night the meeting opened with the president. Miss Resslc Sheldon of Columbus, presiding. A song servlco was followed by an address of welcome by Rev. Ray of the Presbyterian church of Fullerton and response by Miss Minnie Ilecker of Columbus, after which Rev. Kd ward Hart Jonka of Omahn gave his lecture, "A Great Day Dream and What Came of It." Tho convention will continue until Monday. 'I'rrn Vcnm In Prison. nEATRICK, Neb., Nov. 9. (Special Tel egram.) Robert Hook, convicted of stealing-n team of horses from a farmer near Rarncston, In this county, about the mld dlo of October and who wbb caught by Sheriff Waddlngton In Kansas, was today sentenced to two years In tho penitentiary by Judge Lctton. Tho prisoner will he taken to Lincoln Monday by Sheriff Wad dlngton. IiimiUh Much Like .IidIkp Smith. YANKTON. S. D., Nov. 9. (Special Telu gram.) Nearly complete returns from tho First Judicial district Indicate that Judge K. G. Smith, rep., tins a majority consider ably in excess of 2,000. Chaiies-MIx county gives 240 majority; Douglas, 50; Turner. 5lA Yankton, 4fiS; Clay, 179, Hon Homme, 250 and Gregory 99. Hutchinson county returns so far secured Indicate over 600. Adolph niuner. Grand Mound, la writes. "I have used Foley's Honey nnd Tar In my family and think It Is the best cough cure on the market. I would not bi without It In my home, as there is nothing so good for coughs and colds," TWO DAYS OF FAIRWEATHER Perfect Went her Imprint for c liriisliH, rrllh Slormn tn Wrtl and Xnrth. WASHINGTON. Nov Sunday and Monrinv! 9 Forecast for For Nebraska and Kansas Fair, warmer, Sunday; Monday fair; southerly winds. For Iowa Fair Sunday; warmer in north ern and western portion; Monday fair; warmer In eastern portion, fresh south erly winds. For Missouri-Fair Sunday. Monday fair with warmer in eastern portlou, cast to south winds. For South Dakota Fair Sunday, warmer In eastern portion. Monday cloudy; proh ably rain or snow and colder; southerly winds, shifting to westerly. ' For Colorado-Fair Sunday. Monday, cold and with fair In eastern, probably showers In western portion; northerly winds, becoming variable. For Wyoming Partly cloudy. Sunday and Monday; probably rain or snow and colder Monday In western portion; variable winds. I.ucnl llrrnnl, OFFICII OF THK WKATJIKIt HUftKAU OMAHA. Nov. 9 Olllclal record "f pernturo nnd prcdpltutlon compared with jtars- un. frwo. iw. w 2 70 8S '-i no in fi ,1n s. r; 12 .(' ,fi -p Maximum teinpeiature. . . .Minimum temperature. . . Mean temperature Precipitation ii'ti.jiu ... iviii 'vi u i ill u .a ii I irccipjiailOI at Oiiialm lor tlila day and slnco Muriii 1 and precipitation Normal temp'Talurc 12 DelUicncy .for tlm day Tnt.il i'xcckh hliiro March 1 si," Normal precipitation O-l Inch Deficiency for the iluy 01 Inrh Total rulufall since March 1 H.K Inches Deficiency Hlnec Mnnii 1 5. IK inches HxcesH for cor. pt-rlod V I.ofi incliCh Dellclcncy for cor. period IS99. .. 5.25 Inch's T Indicates tince of precipitation. L. A WELSH. Local Forecast Official, Large Shipment of Fine Embroid ered and Lace Bordered Handkerchiefs just received. Select your handkerchiefs for the holidays now before the as sortnient is broken. Fine French and Swiss hand embroidered ami hand hem stitched sheer linen handker chiefs at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50.. $:t.00. $!.50 up to $0.50 each. Fine Irish point lru'c handker chiefs at $1.75. $2.00. $2.50, $;i.00, $1.00 up to $10.00 each. fienl Duchess lnce border handkerchiefs, at $2.00. $2.50. $.-.00, $1.00. $5.00 up to $12.50 each. Fine Irish hand embroidered sheer linen handkerchiefs, at 25c. 50c. 70c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. $1.50 to $.",.00 each. II. S. and embroidered hand kerchief centers. (, 7, S, 0 and 1 1 inches square, at 15c, 20c, 25c, !5c and 50c each. IT. S. sheer linen hnndkereiefs, warranted every thread linen. special 10c each, worth 15c. Semi-laundered fine embroi dered sheer linen handkerchief special, J5c each, worth 25c. New Automobile Silk Ties all colors, special, 50c each. Fine Suede Leather IrVriCt RrlflC If MO I 1101)3 in black, taus and grays, special $1.50 each. Dewey & Stone Furniture Co. 1115 and 1117 Reliable Thorc Is lots of patlHfnctlon lu buying Ktinilttiro wlion you KNOW it In ALL mtniT-not only the MAKK AND FINISH, but tho uric iiImi. Tlmt Ih tho knil of Furniture iv sell nuiinmtcoil not only by the milker, but by mm -to give satlofnctory lvonr, ami It (loos not cost more tlmn common oven Iosh If bought from up. QUAKTRRKD OAK DRKSSKfl, full serpentine front, 21x30, French plate mirror, at 18.00 SOLID OAK UOCKUn, reeded arms, led arms, 1,75 ends, .10 cobler sent sold inually at M this week... OAK CHI Inches wli i inches h at y round ends, 3C 19.00 OAK noCKUIt. cobler scat, .high arms, very comfortable less than half prlco Laraest line of Metal Beih in the oity ami the price is RIGHT. Dewey St Stone Furniture Co., 1115 and 1117 Fartiatti Street. ONE PRICE. ASKS AID F0RBEET SUGAR Dnnri' C'hnnibrr of Ciininicrcp Sri-U-'I'rolccllnii I" Iniliixtry I'lillirreil In th- !, DKN Kit. Nov. 9. Tho Denver Chamber of Commorco and Board of Trade today mailed to President. Roosevelt a Niter con cerning the dependence of tho beet sugar Industry upon tho Dlnglny tariff. The pe titioner represent that at least ten years aro needed to put tho beet sugar Industry upon a basis which will be strong enough to enable It to conipeto with Ihe cwnn sugar product raised by cheap labor and that Iho beet sugar industry Is Ihe first and .only Industry In tho west in which tlm farmers and produeors are directly Inter ested whlrh hss received the benefit of tho American policy of protecting Infant Indus- Special Attraction in Art Department Preparatory to Christmas Miss P, M, Goldsmith will be pleased to give Instructions In em broidery, battenburg and point lace. Miss Goldsmith In thoroughly com petent to teach In all branches of art and fancy needlo work, and he will give Instructions on Wednesdays and Saturdays THF-K OF COST In the art department on second floor. This department is replete with all the requisites for em broidery and lace work. Columbia Floss" We have a full line of thin famous yarn cream, white, black, pink, sky, violet, purple, maize, cardinal, rising sun, etc. Wrappers Flannelette, pretty stripes land faucv effects. SI .50 and $2.00, in large assortment. Percale Wrappers, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00, is large I variety. flannel Waists $5 We have just atlded some very attractive styles at $5.00. Special value, tlannel waists, $1.25 and $:'.,25. Farwam Street. Furniture OAK SIDBHOARD. 111x30. pattern Plate mirror, swell lop and drawers, at 22.50 VKLOUn COUCH, full slr., tofted. solid oak frnmo at 13.00 OAK KXTEN8ION TAP.LE, top 43 .E, top 43 9.00 Inches square, polished, extends fi feet, at 1.50 PLAIN FIGURES. I tries, and which policy should, therefor" bo continued until lis benefits havo beni I enjoyed by tho west equally with tho can . I .Inlllilril'M Kr Dues Hip Work. I PIBRIIE, S. D.. Nov. n.-fSWtal Ti.. gram.) Palsy Hlgglns, who was bolng held hero on charge of burglary, made hlso3cp from Jail lost night. I in opened Ih" Inner door of tho cr hy a kny. which ho had manufactured, and when Ihe outer door was unlocked noshed It onen mirt mail,. ja rush for lllmrty III chs would hmn come on for hearing next, week. Tmo Children lluiiicil In llcnlli. iinik'rn' tn It T" i. - ,. i itn 1 1 in., .-.uv. i no irtiiniiouf 01 ID. H, Miller, twelve miles norlll of Qulltc , , l.,,HnA.l I,.... I.... ..I..I.. .....I "nn iii'i in,.- mn. IIIKUI HIIU l.VII rill1 Idren. Pearl ami DeWUt Miller, riged S ami 11'.' yeais, were burned to death HeVrn 'other ineinbeiB of ihe family had nurrow escapes.