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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1902.
IWENTI CENTS FOR HIS GIRL
gttnt Mr Dodder lays Mr. Ewart Con
trikntee1 to Inpport Dai (h tel..
JUDGE BAXTER ATTEMPt" A COMPROMISE
fattier af Utile Hath Kwart, How
aver, laalste u Flahtlac Oat Ilia
Claim for Caatodr ef
At the request of counsel for J. 8. Ewart,
the father of Ruth Ewart, tha habeas corpua
prooced trigs before Judge Baxter have been
continued until Saturday of next week, Feb
ruary 15, tba chill remaining in tha care of
tier grandmother until that time. Tha
grandmother, Mn. Ruth M. Dodder of 2429
Franklin atreet, and her daughter, Mr.
Malle Smith, were tba only wltneaaea called
yesterday. They told tha aame atory, al
leging that Mr. Bwart, wbo seised the child
last Sunday morning and daabed to Council
Bluffs with ber In a back, bad contributed
only 10 cent to the child's upport during
tba aeveral montba that Mrs. Dodder bat
tad her in charge.
When tba attorneys bad made preliminary
presentation of facta to tba court the Judge
tried to effect a compromise that should
take the .matter out of ourt until Mrs.
Bwart shall begin divorce proceedings, as
tier attorney announced will ba done soon.
HI - honor proposed as one possible ar
rangement that tha child be given to the
father Immediately to visit him at bla home
In Kearney two weeks; that ahe ba then
returned to her grandmother In Omaha to
be put back In school, and that she be
sent, at tba father's expense, to spend at
least two-thirds of tha summer vacation
Tba attorney for the father Implied that
the suggestion seemed a somewhat one
aided affair and tba Judge commanded:
Thea proceed with tba bearing and the
court may enter not a temporary order In
thla matter, but one tbat will ba binding
for all time."
Maa. Dodder Teetlfles.
It was then that Mrs. Dodder, tba grand
mother, was called to tha stand and re
lated bar version of tba family history.
She stated that Mrs. Ewart, ber daughter,
was forced to leave Orand Island on ac
count of poor health and went to Cali
fornia, that tha husband sent no ona with
tier and allowed "her only $10 a week for
tha maintenance of herself and tba three
.children, that because of these circum
stances sha (Mrs. Dodder) accompanied
Mrs. Ewart and remained soma time, that
when aba brought tha two girls back from
California she left tba elder one, Inet,
wltb tba father at Kearney and gave him
permission to see the younger ona hers at
tha Dodder home at any time. She added
that tha father saw the girl when they
visited In Orand Island and brought ber
two boxea of randy, but never sent money
nor clothing, except 10 cents paid on two
Mrs. Dodder occupied the time - of tha
oourt until tba noon recess and tba bear
ing waa continued In tba afternoon. Mr.
Bwart was in court and at tha aide of his
attorney, wbllo the child sat In her grand
mother's lap until tha latter waa called to
tha stand, when sha was given into tha
cara of ber aunt. .
Mr, Ewart's attorney hinted to tha court
tbat ba bad some Important evidence to
uncover later. Ha also emphasized tba
fact that Mr. Ewart's mother la keeping
house for blra and that tba home la now
tha proper plaoa for tha girl. Tha child
herself sat through tha proceedings Indif
ferent to all tbat waa betng dona and wltb
bo apparent fear or favor for either of
ber relatives. ..
HENNINGS AS A COLLECTOR
cectat la IaereaelaaT Prneaal Tan
Collectlaaa fraaa Tear
The personal taxes collected by City
Treasurer A. H. Hennlnga during tba year
1M1 amounted to $241,438.78. an increase of
$3)1,924.40 over tba personal tax collections
for 1900, and $96,190,117 mora than the per
sonal tsxes levied in all years from 1888
to 1901. Of .the entire amount collected
36,030.16 had been delinquent for one year
Below Is a table showing tba personal tax
collections for the last four years:
Trar. 1898. 1K. 1900. 19"1.
lf'l... $2uS. 40.42
!!... $1H).3!5.52 9.W5.OT
IKK... $119,97.16 14.491.20 6.32S.17
1W...886,M7.80 1..B7 . 7.M9.M 1.626.45
17... 6.777.M 7.i5 i!9 . 38 4.3W.55
1XW5... 1,4!U0 418.W 4.59.m I.K77 85
1W5... 32.51 2S3.74 4.310 18 172. "8
WH... 1X0.39 I 170.97 1.712.7 1,933.71
1H!J... fn.M , 77.16 2.853. 3 1.7'H 93
Wi... . 463 K7.8S l,2n9.2 1,630.55
mi... 12.08 15.76 ' 740 W 781.84
1WW... 11.74 6 67 249 03 6X2.04
1... 132.91 234.73
1H8... ; 131.63 If. 1 5 107.93
1SK7. 69.82 68.03 10.78
im... 128.24 10.64
$94,249.97 $147,042.91 $208,609.38 $242,433.78
This dreadful disease is now very preva
lent la all parts of the country, and as ex
posure to Its malignant breath la liable to
occur at any time no matter how careful
we may be It behooves everyone to take
proper precautions to prevent tha germs
from affecting the body. Tha doctors say
that pure blood, good dlgeatioa and regular
bowel movements materially aid tha body
In resisting attack, hence it la the course
of wisdom to purify and strengthen tha
system without delay. A most effective
remedy for this purpose, one tbat combines
tha necessary properties for purifying the
blood, atrengtbening tha kidneys, toning up
the dlgesttvs organs and for cleansing and
regulating the bowels will be found in tbat
well, known system tonlo and ' purifier.
Prickly Ash Bitters. This valuable remedy
a tha right thing for putting the body In
hape to resist the effect of exposure to
smallpox. No one will knowingly expose
himself to this dlsessa. The exposure
usually takes place when it Is least ex
pected, therefore the need for precautionary
measures la the mora urgent. It ia safe to
say that tba frequent use of Prickly Ash
Bitters while the disease la so prevalent
will keep tba body in such fine physical
condition that no ordinary expasura will af
UNION MEN J0 ACT EARLY
JBndeavror to Avoid Mlsaaderstandlaa;
with. Kalfchta of Ak-sr
Ben This Year.
Tba Central Labor union at Its meeting
to bo beld Friday evening will consider the
work to be done by tbe Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben
for tha festivities next fall, and a com
mittee will ba appointed to confer with tbe
eommttteea of tha festival association on
tha subject. Tha matter will ba taken uo
trls early In order to avoid trouble such as
threatened . to occur - between tha repre
sentatives of organised labor and tha
knights last fall, when after what tha anions
understood to bo an agreement to use only
union, labor In Its work, tha board let the
contract to a carpenter wbo employed non
Tba Central Labor union will probably
make an Important change In Its request
from, laat year, whan It insisted that tha
man employed ' In the den and upon tha
work on tba floats should hold cards In tha
union. It Is understood now tbat tha union
will not Inn 1st upon this, recognising that
these men aro engaged In a class of labor
cot contemplated by tba rulea of any union
and that tha foroa having boon maintained
at considerable expanse for several years,
during which time they have practically
learned a new trade, they could not ba re
placed without great expense and trouble to
' the management.
r Tha union will, however, insist that all
work to be dona outside of tha den. such
as waa dona last year at tha street fair,
ba performed by union labor and tbat eon
tracts contain auch a provision In case ths
work la dona by contract.
At tba meeting of tba board of governors
laat night President Pry failed to announce
he names of tha candidates for the year
, 1902, but said that ha would make tha an
nouncement next week.
Nothing? la put in Cook's Imperial Extra
Dry Champagne to make It ferment; tbe ef
. forveeoanoa Is natural; Its boqust unrivalled.
Tke Fatt TraJma
'Jit via ths Colon Paclfio. '
If you want a quick and pleasant trip to
tha Paclfio coast take tha Fast Trains of
tba Union F-ecina.
Three through trains dally to Utah and
California, tha fast' trains reaching Baa
Francisco 1 hours quicker than any other
Feaseugers ara not obliged to depend on
adngla oar, once a day, hauled over three or
tour different roads, but have the choice of
three through fast trains dally, running all
tbe way on "Tha Overland Route."
Pull Information cheerfully furnished on
City ticket office 1234 Farnam; 'phone 314.
Vnlon station 10th and Marcy; 'phone 629
The third annual banquet of the IS'o-
braaka Vnlverelty of Chicago club will take
plaoa at tha Lincoln hotel, Lincoln, on
February 15 at p. m. All former student
of tha university aro Invited and are prlvl
leged to bring friends with them. Prof. J
Laurence) Laughlln. bead of the department
of eoonomlos at tha University of Chicago,
and Chancellor E. Benjamin Andrews will
bo present. Any persons especially In t er
ected la tba work of the university will ba
' welcome, Tloketa may ba obtained of Miss
Belle R. Wilson. $320 Chicago street.
aO.00 to a Malt at Day's Work.
- If you live la the eouatry or la a small
towa and have a good acquaintance among
tba farmers and stockralsers ia ths neigh
aorhood, you caa make $3 easily by four
or five hours' work. Writs us and wa will
seud you our proposition. Tha Bae Publish
iag odupaay, SoUoitera' Dept Omaha, Mtb.
Aaoooateements-of the Theaters. .
Tonight tba Kllmt-Hearn company will
present at tbe Boyd the new melodrama
The Jamea Boys in Missouri." The piece
tells of the thrilling adventures of these
celebrated bandits from the time of the
ivll war to Jesse's assassination and
Frank's surrender. Tba hold-up of tha ex
press train In tha Blue cut ia realistically
shown, as are ssveral other equally thrill
ing episodes. There is said to bo an in
teresting love story told. Scenlcally the
piece Is very elaborate. The company
handling it is said to bo a most efflolent
Tba Little Magnet ' Burlesque at the
Trocadero, together with the wrestling ex
hibition of the Terrible Turk and local
wrestlers, is proving to bo a good drawing
card. Tonight will occur the event of tbe
season. Farmer Burns and tha Terrible
Turk meeting on .the mat.
Shampooing and hair dressing. 25o. at Tbe
Bathery, S16-220 Bee building. Tel. 1716. ,
FUNERAL NOTICE. '
it. Joha's Loda-o ZS, A. P. at A. M.
The funeral of our lata brother. V.A Terrv.
will be held from the residence, 2314 North
Twenty-first atreet, Thursday February 6,
at 1:30 p. m. Interment at Forret Lawn
cemetery. CHARLES 8. LOBINQIER.
C. E. HERRING, Secretary.
IIARRES9 Frances T., February 4, 19P3,
Bjrea eu years, wua oi i no lata B. u.
Funeral Thursday. Febi-uarv 1 il I n. m.
from lata residence, 2113 Maple street. In
terment Forest Lawn cemetery. Friends
BIG INCREASE IN RECEIPTS
Fiaaicial lUUasnt ef Union Paeifio Ia0w
INCOME ADVANCES FASTER THAN EXPENSE
Snrplae for Laat fls Heaths of 1B01
Rareeds that of CerreeaaaeU
la Half of Preeedlaa
Tear fcy fl,TTS,ll.
The report of Comptroller William Mahl
of the Union Pacific system, detailing the
receipts and expenses of ths Union Paclfio.
Oregon Short Line and Oregon Railroad
and Navigation companies for the month
of December, 1901, bas Just been received
at Union Pacific headquarters from New
Tork City. This Includes tha operation of
water, lines. The statement is submitted
In tbe form of a tabulation and the figures
for tbe corresponding month of tha pre
vious year are offered in contrast.
The showing for December Just passed Is
that the Incresee In receipts over those
of the previous December Is greater than
the Increase In expenses, leaving a sur
plus. This surplus, however, la not as
large by almost $400,000 as the surplus was
in November. All Items of expense in tbe
tabulation include taxes.
For December of 1801 the gross receipts
wero $3,896,226.78. of 1800. $3,(22,476.30; in
crease, $273,751.48. The expenses for De
cember of 1801 were $2,063,131.80, of 1800,
$1,957,173.36; increase, $35,657.94. This
shows a surplus for December, 1901, of
$1,842,895.48: of 1900, $1,664,901.84; Increase,
$178,093.64. Miles operated in December of
1901 were 6,746.35, of 1900, 6,677.38; in
To this statement Is appended an addi
tional report comparing tbe total receipts
and expenses for the last six months of
the years 1901 and 1900. ' Tha gross re
ceipts for tha six months ending December
31, 1901, were $25,446,085.63; for the corre
sponding six months of 1900, $23,533,467.24;
Increase, $1,911,(18.39. Tha expenses for
the laat six months of 1901 were $12,943,-'
860.03; for tba corresponding half of 1900,
$12,804,961.38; increase, $138,393.65. These
figures show a surplus for tba last half of
1901 of $12,501,735.60; of 1900, $10,728,516.86;
increase, $1,773,219.74. The average num
ber of. miles operated during the six
months of 1901 were 6,740.30; . of 1900,
6,678.89; increase, 61.41.
North and Baata I.lac.
. E. E. Carpenter, who baa been for yeara
endeavoring to consummate a projected
north and south line of railroad connect'
Ing the lake lines with the gulf lines, Is
said to bava finally reached an under
standing with bis backing that will permit
of immediate work on the project. "
A change baa been made in tba plana,
however, and tbe latest plsn Is to omit
Des Moines from tbe route and bring tha
road around by way of Sioux Falls, Sioux
City, Omaha, St. Joseph and Kansas City.
A French syndicate, an underwriters as
sociation of Paris, bas been Interested in
tbe project by Mr. Carpenter. Two months
ago he advanced $6,000 to the syndicate to
pay the expenses of a representative who
was to coma to America and Investigate
ths matter thoroughly. Ths money was
to ba refunded if Mr. Carpenter's repre
sentations regarding tha opening proved
authentic .. . ...
The Frenchmen have coma and gone
and Mr. Carpenter baa been repaid bla
$(,000. This Is reported to mean that the
deal Is closed and that tha line will be
built Mr. Carpenter is now at Brookings,
S. D., wltb a party of, engineers, starting
a survey down toward Sioux Falls. From
the latter city the line will go direct to
Slout City and will then follow tha old
surveyed Una of the Omaha Northern rail
way down to Omaha. Mr. Carpenter will
ba in Omaha about March 1.
Send articles ef Incorporation, notices of
stockholders' meetings, etc., to The Bee.
We will give them proper legal Insertion.
Bee. Telephone 238.
Shampooing and hair dressing, 25c, at The
Bathery, 216-220 Bee building. Tel. 1716. . .
Publish your legal notices in the Weekly
Thousands of pairs of elegant
footwear especially chosen for. the
fine trade; the very latest shoe
conceptions from famous shoe s
builders; all doomed to go regard- ;
less of cost or value Two of the
members of the firm withdrawing
their interest,, tells the story
Stock must be reduced Cash
must be raised We commence
Thursday, February 6th, 8:30 a.m.
the Great Dissolution Sale.
A SALE WITHOUT PRECEDENT.
No waiting 30 expert shoe fitters in
attendance Come early.
The Rochester Shoe Co's
"Great Dissolution Sale,
1515 DouglM St. 1515
A11 broken lines on
at one-third value.
sale In basement
Those much talked of
and much inquired after
; go on sale today.
Did you see them in the window? If you did you'll
surely be here early. Every woman that saw them went
into ecstasy over their beauty. They would readily sell for
three and four times our special sale prices; however our
method is to give you the greatest values that we can,
hence these offerings.
50c Sofa Pillow Tops 10c Each
Today we will place on sale an . immense lot of all
. kinds of stamped sofa cushions. These are stamped in
the, newest patterns and designs, on canvas, linen,
drill, etc., and. are . made to sell at 50c. '
Today, we offer them as long as they II C7j
last, at,. each" v
We will show "one completed pillow of each. pattern.
49c Pillow Ribbon 18c Yard
.We will 'sell 1,000 yards of the finest quality -tf
ombre or shaded pillow ribbon strictly all I j
silk that generally sells at 49c yd., at, yd. . . .
Satein Tapestry Pillow Tops
.We.will sell one big lot of the finest quality satin tapestry,
brogatelle and velours in 27-inch squares. These are
drummer's samples and worth up to $10 yd. They are
just the thing for sofa pillows or chair p f
seatsAs long as they last we will sell . fll iT
them at, each .'".f-
50,000 Yards of Embroidery
at He, 31c, 5c and 10c yard.
A HEW TORK IMPORTERS ENTIRE! COHSIGHMET OF FIXB
' EMBROIDERIES FROM A ST. GAUL, SWITZERLAND, MARl'PACTt RER
WAS PURCHASED BY IS AND WILL. BE PLACED ON SALE TOMOR
ROW. Fine embroideries were never before offered at such
trifling prices. The lot includes swiss, nainsook and cam-
brie embroideries and insertions in over 300 styles and
patterns. They sell in a regular way for up to 35c yard
and they go in 4 assortments, . .
lc; -;-3-c, 5c and 10c yd.
BOSTON STORE J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS
"Wile :IT v ;
V aUlfr Ws7..VJra
Must Come Down."
' A truVf truth waa norer $old. Shoes that
are markel up hfiva .to be marked down.
5y r t,
Although worth tS.00 a Dalr they ara not
now bains' aold at SJ.50 as a apeclal sale
bargain. They are 13.60 always. Never
mors never leas.
SOROSIS SHOE STORE
A FEW QUESTIONS
Who started tha first oat price drug- store
Who compels tha combine to aell drum
at cut prices?
Who Is the only dnifrg-tst In Omaha who
refuses to Join the combine?
Who Is the only drugsiitt In town who
can t buy patents of the Omaha Jobbers
even. for. cash In hand?
What one drug store In town would the
local drug- trust be tickled to death to see
"busted 7 -
' 8fefer' the out Prica druga-lst, at 16th
and Chicago streets. i
S3 1-8 rer cent discount on Chest Pro
tectorsFrost Kings and Queens, and all
10c Frog In Throat go
11.00 Sexlne Pills 7?
!! S5 ' Pennyroyal Pllla ....7.7.1101
$1.00 Peruna, 1 to a customer " 7o
3.76 Malted Milk, hospital alse .7.7.7' 12 S
$1.00 Temptation Tonic, genuine.... 7p
jr nve noiueg for n
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r. .rr"T--"v;,,,,i yu"""?.-. 120
tov uuiinn-im d-iii ror corns) wto
Mall orders solicited send CASH with
OPEN ALL, NIGHT.
SCIIAEFER'S ": v.
Tel. T4T. W. Cor. ltb ud Chicago.
Oooda delivered FRKE ta any part ( city.
Bend for catalogue.
Fraak Wilcox. Mgr..
tOS 8. 15th 8U
Decay of the Teeth
twm nf tha teeth beaina on tha out-
.ml nut fmm tha tnalda of tha tooth.
Tha causa of decay ia almost alwaya a lack
Teeth cleaned, 76c and up. M wj ;
DENTAL ROOMS. :
. 1517 Doug U a street
FmMMt flaaraiaf ml jreMaa Hi
PlHta Ha ui tS
b 4a tctip ptttrmlt cum U7 wiia
ftmi d UM. Foil lnrniaa km
n. L. RIHiCClOTTI, D.V.S.
Infirmary. Hth an
TX al tMtfNef.
that you will drink no
other beer after try
Ins our lager beer.
It costs ao more than
any other beer, and
there la no other beer
ao good. Why shouldn't
you drink tha beat
when you caa get It
Just as easy aa Infer
ior beerT It's tha
beat for your health.
your comfort ' end.
your pocket book.
Aletz Bros., Brewing Co.
Tel. lt. Oaasfca.
Or Jacob Neumayer. Agt., cara Neumayef
Hotel. Council ttiuaa. lowa,
There is good news today for men with
clothing needs. It is just about this time of
year that most men would like to give a fresh
appearance to their attire. Such action does
not now require the usual outlay, even for the
finest kind of clothing.
Most any clothing store advertises good
clothing, most any clothiug store quotes prices.
Not one clothing store in a thousand sells as
good clothing as low in price as The Nebraska.
Today we offer, in our men's clothing department,
Biiits that are worth 10 and 12 dollars, and will be sold
by us for f 8.00 made of extra heavy weight English serge
in blue, cut and tailored in first class style, such values
are not picked up in every clothing store tLQ mraT
suits wortli $10.00 and $12.00 for ipOaVlLI
THURSDAY intho fli
Bargain Room. H
Thursday will be devoted to specials in each Una, and each item will ba a bargain
In Itself. Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods, Sheetings, etc. Read carefully every Item.
No Pedlers, Dealers or Manufacturers Sold To in This Room.
E4-lnch floe luster black broadcloth, can't
be duplicated for less than $1.25 yard 49c.
68-lnch strictly all wool Scotch tweeds.
worth $1.50, heavy enough to be made up
without linings 9c.
60-Inch extra-heavy Slcllllan, In black.
blue and gray, finest gloss mohair. Wa
defy you to duplicate it for $1.00 per yard
on sale at 49c.
54-inch strictly air wool cheviots, worth
$1.J5; 62-lnch black serge; 40-lnch new
pring granite worth 76o yard all will go
30-Inch Scotch tweed skirting, in all the
new graya and - browns, heavy enough to
make up without linings, worth 39c yard
on sale at 25c.
Half wool dress goods at Cc, 10c, 15c, 19c
Silks, Velvets, Etc.
Wa have added a handsome line of new
spring silk to our bargain room s!lk de
partment, and while some of these goods
are worth $1.25. $1.00 and 75c, we are re
stricted to aell no silks or dress goods in
fhls room at over 49o a yard. Come and ex
amine them. 24-lnch ' strictly all silk
foulards, in all the new spring shades, nice
patterns ;they are sold here In town as
high, as 75c a yard our price 49c.
The best quality klkl cords, in short
lengths, from 2 to 10 yards in piece, sev
eral plecea to match on sale at 39c.
Plain silks and fancy silks, in evening
rhades, worth up to $1.00 -yard will go at
Yard wide linlg silks, black only, BOe
Yard wide black skirting, worth 75c will
go at 29c.
80c silk velvets, no blacks 19c.
60c velveteens, worth 60o, all col
75c grenadines, all colors 39c.
JOo Shaker flannel Se.
6c LIi brown yard wide muslin 4o.
10c towels 7'4e.
15c flannelette 2c. . '
6c full laundered prints 2V4c
Simpson's black and white prints 4c.
Simpson's silver gray prints 4c.
American shirting prints Id.
Simpson's fancy aateens, 10c grade
12Vbc double fold dress plaids 60.
36-lnch percales, 15c grade 6c.
Skirt linlqgs, best grade 8c.
All tbe new dimities. In all tha , new
shades, plain and figured, some mercerised,
in short lengths, worth 16c, 19o, 25c 10c.
German "B" 32-Inch wide calico 9c.
12Vie extra heavy sephyr 7Vic.
Scotch ginghams, fast colors Ttte.
J 5c black satlne ttHo.
25c Imported percales 7Ho.
tS-lnch half wool drees goods 7 Vic.
65o blrd'seye dlper, per piece 49c.
19a dress linens 8V4c.
All silk mousellne da sole 15c
Groceries Cheaper Than Ever Thursday.
Large sack pure buckwheat flour.
24-lb. sack rye flour
5 peunds breakfast rolled oats ....
6 pounds hand picked navy beans .
3-pound cans grated pineapple ...
1-pound jars pure fruit Jam
Large bottle pure tomato catsup .
1 gallon cans honey drip ayrup S5o
1-pound packages seeded raisins 9o
8-pound cane table peaches 12 He.
Campbell's soups, assorted klnda ....tl-8c
3-pound cans compound lard 27c
6-pound compound lard c
S has cor.iE
At thla season of tha year there ta al
ways more or less framing of pictures at
home, repairing book cases, replacing
cracked mirrors, and the like. Wa furnish
all this kind of (lass, cut to 'any site you
Can furnlah you plate glass for shelves,
with any width beveling you' may wish.
Front door light of fancy glaas, all alses,
Any little odds and anda you may want
In thla Una, ba sura and call up 849 and
wa can give you satisfactory service.
14th and Douglas Sta.
IF YOU ARE NOT SMOKING THE
Try one. then notice the fine Aroma of our present Havana
Tobacco and compare It with high priced Imported Cigar.
jr. R. Rice MarcaJaUla Cigar C, Jdaau Ucturera. St. Leula.
All former cloak sales outdistanced.
Prices lower 'than ever. The linings cost
more than you pay for the garments. Prices
reduced to one-fifth and -one-sixth actual
cost. It is simply a question now of
CLEARING THE COUNTERS.'' We 'never
carry garments over. Everything must be
NEW AND FRESII when the season opens.
CLOAKS FOR 25c.
, . ' .
200 women's cloaks on bargain squares,
for only 25c ' ' " ', '- ;'"'
Every women's cloak in the house that
sold up to flO, silk and satin lined, air as
they are, in kerseys, friezes and meltons, In
grays and castors and other colors, your
choice for $2.48. . ' ' ' '
Your choice of any automobile or ragla or any cloak of any deecrlptlon In our
house, that sold up as high aa 120. for 4.50
Tour choice of any of our line 27-inch box coats that sold up as high as 825, at 14.91
All our flannel waists that aold up aa high as $7.60, divided into three lots, coma In
all colors, made from the very best Freach flannels, In all tba new styles at 11.98, 81.00
and 49c. .
Wrappers, sulta and winter capea, all must go In this gigantic aale. Just beginning.
Women's suits, worth up to $15, for $5.00.
Women's all wool suits. Jackets lined
with taffeta, all this season'! styles, at $10.
100 new ssmpla suits, submitted by man
ufacturers from N. T. for comparison,
worth up to $25, for $15.00.
200 capes, In boucles. 30-In. long, for $1.25.
Women'a wrappers only too.
Women's $1.00 wrappers at 60e.
Women's $1 wrappers at only 88c,
Women'a rainy-day skirts for only $Li0,
Women'a allk skirts, worth up ta $25. for
UO VALENTINES SOLD
Until our Grand Opening Sale, Saturday, Feb. 8th, 1902.
We have the stock, we have the assortment and our prices are
lower than any house on earth.
Saturday the sale begins. The largest 6tock of Valentines
ever seen in Omaha.
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