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THE OMAHA DAILY I1EE: THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1002.
JOBBERS WILL MAKE TRIP
TrtAa Excursion Cowing Many Towni in
Brass band goes with the party
Jfoat ( Stops Will n for Only Tea
Mlaatea, bat Mora Tin Will
Ba Spent la Larsjer
Arrangements are complete for the trade
aicuralon of the members of the Omsba
Commercial club Into southeastern Ne
braska territory. Tbe excursion will con
stat of about aerentr-IWe of tbe heads of
Omsis business houses and a Dumber of
traveling representatives. The acceptances
must ba on flla with the secretary by May
7 In order to secure reservation, but per
ons who may make arrangements to go
later will ba accommodated If there be
room when the application la received.
The train will conalst of three Pullman
sleepers, a day coach and a baggage car.
and It la possible that representatives of
the Burlington rosd, over which line tbe
excursion Is to run, will be present with a
On this excursion a band will accompany
tha party throughout the trip, which will
occupy three days, leaving Omaha on the
morning of May 13 and arriving In this
cUy on tha night of May 15.
Following is ths Itinerary as decided
Upon, arriving time being given first and
leaving time second after the name of each
First Day Leave Omaha at 7:30 a. m.;
Lincoln, 1.66, 9; Bennett. 8:42, 9:66; Pal
myra, 10:10, 10:22; Unadllla, 10:35, 10:46;
Syracuse, 10:67. 11:12; Dunbar, 11:37, 11:47;
Nebraska City, 11:67, 1:16 p. m.. lunch;
rent, 1:64, 1:04; Brownvllla, 2 25, 2:86; Ne
maha, 1:47, 1:67; Jobnaon, 8:37, 3:47; Te
cumaeb, 4:17, 4:46; Elk Creek, 6, 6:10; Table
Rock, 6:35, 6:26; Humboldt, 6:42, 6:02;
Tawaon, 6:12. 6:27; Salem. 6:37, 1:47; Falls
City, 1:67, supper; run to Table Rock In
Second Day Leave Table Rock at 8:30
a, m.; Pawnee, 8:44, 8:69; Burchard, 9:21,
9:81; liberty, 9:49, 10:01; Wymore, 10:24,
10:54; Odell, 11:12, 11:24; Dlllor, 11:41.
11:61; Eadleott, 13:09, 12:19; Reynolds,
12.43, 12:63; Hubbell, 1:13, 1:25 p. m.; Ches
ter, 1:40, 1:26, lunch; Byron, 3:43, 2:63;
Hardy, Sill, 8:22; Superior, 3:41, 4:08;
Quids Rock, 4:84, 4:46; Red Cloud. 6:07,
6:23; Rlverton. 6:45. 6:67; Franklin, 6:15,
6:80; Bloomlngton, 9:39, 6:44; Naponee,
6:53, 7:03; Republican, 7:17. 7:32; Alma,
7:42. 7:67; Orleans. 8:10, 8:25; Oxford, 8:49,
Third Day Leave Oxford at 8:80 a. m.;
Atlanta, 9:02, 9:12; Holdrege, 9:36, 10:06;
Wilcox, 10:26, 10:36; Hildreth, 10:60, 11:00;
Upland, 11:16, 11:26; Campbell, 11:86, 11:48;
Bladen, 13:13. 12:23; Blue Hill. 12:39, 1:24
p. m-1 Lawrence, 1:46, 1:66; Edgar, 2:29,
:44, lunob; Ong. 2.58, 3:08; Shlckley, 8:22.
8:82; Strang, 8:47, 8:67; Ohlowa,. 4:14, 4:24;
Tobias, 4:80, 4:40; Western, 4:69, 6:09;
Swanton, 6:24, 6:34; Dewltt, 6:64, 6:04;
Beatrlos, 6:80, 9:00, aupper; Omaha, 11:30.
Tlscso Price Continue) Darin Thla
Week Men's Salts at
85, $f.60, 210 AND $15.
Boys' knee panta suits. In sailor style.
Manly style, Norfolk style and the 3 and
S-plec kne pants suits, at $1.95, $2.95 and
Tout ha' suits, ages 13 to 19, at $175, $5
A $37,000 clothing stock closed from one
of ths leading manufacturers of New York
at less than 60o on ths dollar. And you can
reat assured that we sell only the best
guaranteed clothing In America.
' (.000 pairs of men's and youths' fine
spring pants, all alses, walat 29 to 60,
. length 19 to 36. Pants worth and sold else
where for $3 to $10. This week $1.50, $2.60,
13.75 and $5. HAYDEN BROS.
European tou.-'sts and others destined to
astern points will And tha low rates sp
' plyln over the Nickel Plate Road to New
York, New England snd other esstern des
tinations, specially attractive. Tha east
ern terminals via this line are only from
threa to ten minutes from all ocean steam
ship docks, and the service afforded la
first class. Three trains dally from Chi
cago, Uniformed colored porters are In
charge of day coaches, whose duties re
quire that proper care aball always be
given to keeping cars clean and attending
to tha wants of paaaengera enroute. Meals
served la dining cara at prices that are
reasonable and within reach of all. Details
cheerfully furnished on application to John
T. Calahan, Oeneral Agent. Ill Adams 8t.,
Chicago. Chicago City Ticket Office, 111
MEETING OF THE PARK BOARD
Raaolmtlema of Respect for Captain
Palmar! Retlrlnsr Member,
' Are Adopted.
Tbs Board of Far Commissioners at Its
regular . meeting yesterday received tha
report of City Attorney Council aa to tha
settlement of appeals from the awards of
damages as tha result of condemning prop
erty for Central boulevard weat from Pa
elflo street and north to Burt street. The
report was acoepted and tbe board will now
proceed with the plan of aaaeaament.
Tha boating privilege at Hansoom park
waa let to Dante Morett.
Resolutions of respect for Captain H. E.
TaJmer. who retires from the board, were
adopted. Louis N. Oonden, tha newly ap
pointed member, was present for the first
A Board la ar Hosts 2, TO Years Old.
Is ths motif of ths story of "Ths Prophet's
Chamber," In the Four-Track Newa tor May.
Thla little story will prove Intensely In
teresting to every farmer and particularly
very farmer's wife In New York and New
Tha Four-Track Newa will be mailed free
to any address In tbe United States on re
ceipt of 6 cents in stamps, or it will bo
nailed for a year for 60 cents, by George
H. Daniels, Oeneral Paaaenger Agent, Orand
"Central Station. New York.
Ofaaaetaoas at at Bargain.
FOR BALE Latest model type. A. Q.
combination graphophone, which plays-both
large and small records; Hat price, $90.00,
TbU Is especially designed for eooeert pur
Mses, baviag thlrty-slx-lnch horn and
I stand. It also Includes twenty large Eat
iSjo record and carrying caas of twantr.
jtour records. Tbs machine la entirely new
.ad ttas never been used, win a.u t
pargal. Address X 31, la cara of Ths Sea,
Twenty-second Veteran club, given at
post mass ball. Fort Crook, May 1, 1901,
Tickets $1. including supper and dancing.
tUnd articles of Incorporation, notices ef
stockholders' meetings, etc, to Ths Bee.
We will give them proper legal Insertion.
Dm telephone, tat, .
StUlmaa 4k Pries, atfya, law. collections.
VL F. Llllls. notary. 13 P. B. Nat. Tel. 173.
Shampooing and hair dreaarag. Me, at ths
Bather?, U6-830 Bee Balldtnjr. IsL 1716.
' Fubllak yMtr Heal aotlces la Tk Weakly
. TpUyfeoM 18, ---
HATDBU'S "HCRRf OVT" PRICKS.
f4T.nfl2.ftO Worth ef Women's Salts,
Skirts, Walats and Wrappers
at one-third the price from tha New York
commission house storks.
Trices that will delight women who are
Inclined to save money. Most remarkable
purchase of trustworthy merchandise ever
200 women's suits, sllk-llned Jackets, all
wool materials. New York stock, average
value $18.75; sale price, $4.90.
270 women's suits, silk-lined throughout,
sil styles, blouses snd Eton, made with the
new habit back and Flurodora skirts. New
York average price $37.60; sate price. $16.
700 women's tailor-made suits, the best
yet shown In Etons snd blouses, made of
all materials, sllk-llned Jackets, averag
$16.60; sale price, $6.76.
400 women's skirts, made of Glvernaud's
taffetas, lined throughout, corded and
tucked. New York average value $15; sale
200 silk skirU, made from Glvernaud's
and Wlnslow taffetas, warranted not to
crack, elaborately trimmed, New York av
enge value $25; sale price, $10.
200 Jacketa, lined throughout, New York
average value $10; sale price, $2.90.
Women's rain-day skirts, all wool, for
Women's dress skirts and rainy-day
skirts, elaborately tucked and trimmed,
with bands of stitched taffeta and satin.
New York average value $11; sale price, $3.
400 silk waists, average value $6, for $2.95.
200 dox. women's waah waists In white anj
cokars. New York average value $1.25; sale
price f9c. 100 doz. women's wash waists,
average value 60c; aale pries 12Hc. 60 dot.
women's percale wrappers, average value
$1.25; sale price, 60c.
Bt'l'R CHICAGO CLOAK STOCK.
J. L. Brandels A Bone Bay Ont John
Annlsfleld A Co. of State St.
ON SALE SATURDAY, MAY 8.
The entire stock of John Annlsfleld A
Co., 174-180 State street, Cblcsgo, wss sold
to J. L. Brandels A Sons, owing to the fact
that their lease had expired and they were
compelled to vacate. John Annlsfleld &
Co. were located directly opposite the
Palmer bouse and were known as a very
popular ladles' furnishing store. Their
stock consists of the newest fashions In
sllk-llned suits and skirts, silk, cloth and
cravenette raglana, silk snd moire etons,
silk and cloth Gibson and blouse jackets,
silk and cloth box coats, walking skirts,
silk and cloth dress skirts, petticoats, etc.
John Annlsfleld Co. catered to the best
trade and naturally carried classes of mer
chandise their patrons would require. We
bought this stock at a price that enables
us to offer you the most remarkable bar
gains In high grade outer garments that
wo have ever Offered you. The full partic
ulars of tnls sale will be announced later.
The goods are now arriving and being
put in readiness for the sale, which takes
place Saturday. May 3.
J. L. BRANDEI3 & SONS,
Boston Store, Omaha.
It will to to your advantage to ascer
tain the rates from Chicsgo to New York,
New England and all eastern points apply
ing over the Nickel Plata Road and Its
eastern connections. Three dally trains,
on which there Is no excess fare. One
feature of service on that road Is meals
In dining cars, on American) club plan.
Pay for what you get, but In no event
mors than from 35c to $1. Folders, rates
and all Information cheerfully furnished
by applying to John Y. Calahan, General
Agent, 111 Adams St., Chicago, 111. Depot,
Fifth Ave. and Harrison St.
UNITT , RESTS HIS CASE
It Is Now t'p t Miller's Attorney In
the Contest for County
Tbe contestant In the Unltt-MUler contest
In district court for the county clerkship
rested at 3 yesterday afternoon and the
Incumbent moved to dismiss, which motion
was overruled. The Incumbent was then
given until Thursday at 2 p. m. to amend
his answer to ths petition. If be so desires,
and in the meantime the court takes a recess.
The Judge fulel that the vote to be
thrown out because of affidavits not In
strict compliance with tbe lsw, of which
there are about 200, must be pro rated and
thla may be disastrous to Miller unless his
attorney takes a new tack, as Unltt, In this
last contention, attacked only those pre
cincts wherein Miller was strongest.
Announcements of the Theaters.
Tonight ths Orace Hayward company gives
the first performance of "Peaceful Valley,"
at the Boyd. Friday night and Saturday
matinee "Carmen" will be given. Mlaa
Hayward will enact the role of Carmen and
It la aald to be her best role. Saturdsy
night and Sunday matinee and night
"Reaping the Whirlwind" will be the of
Kathryn Kidder's engagement at the
Boyd opens May 7 Snd Includea a special
matinee Thursday. May 8, and tbe night per
formance on that date. She will present
"The Country Girl." The dramatlo version
of this powerful story sbs Is using waa
made by Lester Lonergsn, leading man for
tbe Wodward stock company.
The sals of seats for the engagement of
John Drew In "The Second In Command''
Monday and Tueaday beglna this morning
at 9 o'clock. Those who desire good seats
are cautioned to come early.
Sam'l Burns is selling a beautiful Libber
Cut Glass Olive Dish. $2.00.
Iowe.t Hates to Eastern Points
will always apply via the Nickel Plate
Road and lta eastern connections to all
points In New York. New England and the
eastern states. Three dally trains to Fort
Wayne. Flndlay. Cleveland. Erie Buffalo.
New York and Boaton. Standard equip
ment on all tralna. Meala served In lin
ing cars, on American club plan, at prices
to suit paasengers. from Sic to 81 ner
meal. For particulars call on or address
John Y. Calahan. General Agent, 111 Adams
St., Chicago. Depot, Fifth avenue and Har
Shampooing and halrdresslng, lie. at the
Bathery. 21-!20, Bes Building. Tel. 1718.
One gallon of the Bhrrwln-Wllllama Paint
for the outside of houses will cover 30
square feet two (2 coals. As to the LOOKS
and the WEAR, ask any of the thmnanna
of home-ownera throughout thla city and
tho weat. who have ued Bhcrwln-Wllilams
Paint. Mr. KoDert N llaon, chlet engineer
of the N. Y. Life bid.. wi: tell vou that
4 years ago he painted a houae with white
lead and oil and one with Bherv. In-VI1-Itsms
Paint. Mr. Wilson now tella ua that
the one painted with 8.-W Co. Paint Is
wearing; much the beet, although he was
somewhat prejudiced agaloat mixed paint
when he uad It. We Invite a critical com
parison between white lead and oil and
Bherwtn-WIIUams Paint both aa to "Ixoke
and Wear." and cost of painting. Call fur
Sh8rman & McGonnsIl Drug Co.
i ss i s i i a
oo-' t sot;
Rare Millinery Occasion
Some siih'iidid vnlues in beautiful Trimmed Hats
await you Thursday be sure to see them.
5,000 Bunches French Cherries 5c Bunch.
rsday we will place on aale 6,000 bunches of French cher-
3 doz. to the bunch, sctual value 75c a bunch on sale
Thursday and ba'anre of week at Be a bunch.
Trimmed Hats at $5
We take a great deal of pleasure In advertising our
$5 hats, aa we have found that each sale of one of
these hats does more talking for us than a page of
useless verbiage may do. In this grand aggregation
we display the very latest Paris and New York mar
ket effects. Including the famous Gibson, Du Barry
snd Auto, velvet ribbon, chiffon and lace
draaes. Thursday we will have an ex
tensive assortment for your choosing, St.,
Ladies' and Misses' Trimmed Hats
$2.50 and $3.50
Here Is a collection of trimmed bats somewhat be
yond our ordinary efforts In production. This ss
srmblage contains an endlees variety of braids, bodies
and materials, and the same particular detail of attention la employed In their
design ana construction which characterizes most of our very swell efforts.
Not a hat among the entire lot can be duplicated '. f r 1 P
elsewhere for less than 60 per cent more SI I
Thursday AVaUUe sJitJU
Ladies' Trimmed Hats $1 and $1.50
We have prepared an elaborate display of trimmed hats at $1 and $1.50 which
ordinarily should command two and three times our prices. They take In a
range of styles snd colors that are positively the cream of Dame Fashion's
Ideas for spring and summer of 1902. Especially notlc
able among this assortment Is the splendid array of
light summer shades Thursday
60c White Japanese Braid Sailors 23c
$1.60 Children's Patent Leather Hats 49c
$1.50 LadleB Ready-to-Wear Hats 49c
$2.00 Black and White Chiffon Hats 98c
Great Cloak Attractions
Silk Skirts tucked tops, wide flounce,
beautiful styles, $7.50 values
Golf Skirts corded and stitched flounce OO
made of good quality material, $5.00 values atVO
Silk Etons in a great variety of styles. Blouse,
Eton and Maxim effects, all handsomely trimmed
Misses Suits in Etons and other popular styles, all
the newest fabrics, all colors, nicely - EJ"
trimmed, worth $6, go at JJV
Women's Tailored Suits made of anln-
dld fabrics in all the newest colors. They
come in HlouBe, Gibson and Maxim styles,
excellently made garments, many -v -k q
worth $17.50, all at JzJO
Women's'silkC tpis trimmed with laoe
and ribbon, beautiful gar- ETf
ments, at lOv
4-9.8 A I
$5 fW fl
WALL PAPER, HOUSE PAINTiNG.
and if you come to my store and consult with
me, your yalls will be papered neatly and at
tractively, your house artistically painted.
S. A. KELSEY.
The Proper Place
For a Man
To 'purchase his shoes Is at a men's
exclusive shoe store That's us.
Onlmod Shoes are neat.
They lit men's feet.
And for $3.50 can't be beat.
FOR MEN EXCLUSIVELY.
We have 76 styles to select from.
Can you find such a large variety to
select from at ths ordinary shoe
IT GIVES LIFE
As well ss cheer, does our pure and pala
table high grade beer. Brewed from best
Ingredients, in absolute cleanliness. Es
sential to the weak, It is healthful for
anybody. A bottle of Mets famous brew
brings the sunshine of the glorious hop
fields Into one's lire. 'Tls a beer that Is
always good good for you.
Tbe brewery's own bottling.
Metz Bros. Brewing Co.
Cel. llto, uma ba.
Or Jacob Neumayer. Agt., care Nsumayer
Hotel, Council Blurts, Iowa.
Postal Card Will Get It
8AMPLE COPT Or THE
Twentieth Century Farmer
Ths Best Agricultural Weekly. Ad
dress, Omaba, Kes.
And don't let these "TRUST KILLERS"
who in reality are the promoters of the
trusts fool you by claiming their prices
are a little lower than ours, but Just cut
this out and compare with theirs VK
CANT BUY GOODS IN OMAHA BUT
WE'VE OOT THEM JUST THE SAME
2oc Rorky Mountain Cement o,.
1 TINT BHERWIN & WILLIAMS"
HATH TUB ENAMEL,
&e Mistletoe Cream "" v
26c Poroue Strengthening Plaster ' 70
$1 Newbro's Herplclde (if you want It) 68e
H5o PUTZINE. FOR CLEANING WALL
75c Coke's Dandruff Cure 0
$1.00 Pe-ru-na (1 to a customer)....;!!! 67c
25c Root Beer Extract, makes b gallons ino
$1.00 Kilmers Swamp Root Bio
25c laxative Bromo Quinine n0
25c Westmal'a Coldnlila, to close out .. lie
10c Frog In Your Throat Rc
$1.00 Wine of Cardul 1 to a customer) 4o
60c L1EBIG EXTRACT BEEF lUc
We believe our customers have senxe
enough to know that THEY GET WHAT
THEY ASK FOR and that It would not
EL8EU" t0 GIVB THEM ANYTHING
WE NEVER CLOSE
Tel. T4T. S. W. cor. 10th anal Cbloag.
YOU CAN'T KllOW
Ths value. of our misses' and chil
dren's shoes unless you see snd wear
them vlcl kid and box calf with
medium heavy genuine welt soles
in sixes 5 to 8 st $1.60 8H to 11 at
$1.75 HVa to 2 at $2 25 2H to
women's sixes with the low heels at
$3.00 we guarantee the fit and com
fort ot these shoes, for we have
special aaleamen that know how to
fit misses' and children's shoes.
LOOK st our walking "RESILIA"
In front of our store a practical
demonstration of an air breathing
Drexol Shoe Co.,
'. I p-to-daf. Hosts,
AnotRer Revising Sale,
Women's Walking Skirts.
Every one rich and handsome ntid full of style, bought
up by our buyer at one-hulf their actual value.
the sale starts, and it will be n sale you will bo glad t
attend. Those who are most interested will be here ear'
liest. SALE STARTS AT 8 A. M.
WOMAN'S WALKING SKIRTS,
worth 5 and H at
bwinjr ana etyl&to them not a handful) to pick from, but botwr-en two and three hun
dredwhatever kind of clothsyou want, whatever color, fancies or plain Da you realize
'" "n unwui'cst BKir in uiisiui wouia oe cneap very cnoap at o.
worth $7 and $8 at
Made of baautiful cloths, and thfl colors am thn vilnr fop snrlno- ri.'h anri h.w.nmln
tltey ars the very best $7 and H skirts that American tailoring has ever oroduoed. '
WALKING SKIRTS d a rr
md $10 at
and three hun
iln Da you realize
worth $8 and
If you are early you will jret a 10 skirt for 4.W)-they are the cream of the whole lot, made of the very finest eolf
. ' s vatvi j Mwot nao u ay i a tiuauttj vu uujf oJ 11 1115 a HK 1 r b IOT BO 111116 motley.
Women's and Children's Hosiery
15c women's fast black and stainless fancy colored hose, in -t
plain and fancy openworK, regular 25c value, Thursday lOL
25c women's fast black, best grades of maco cotton and domestic
lisle-thread seamless hose, with high spliced hebls and double toes,
in plain black, fancy solid colors, and lace open-work, OSSIrt
regular 45c values, Thursday iwOC
45c women's fine quality French lisle thread and liele-weight Sea
Island cotton, with extra spliced soles and heels, in plain black, onyx
dye and embroidered lace patterns, in all latest styles and A CT,
colorings, regular 75c values, Thursday t:OC
Our assort ment of men's underwear is com
plete and for Thursday we will place for
special selling several cases of shirts and
drawers. Shirts have French neck and pearl
buttons, drawers are nicely finished with
pearl buttons, double gussets and reinforced
throughout. In good, full, regular sizA's.
Think of the very best you've seen at 73c
then see these
Men's Fancy Shirts
Here are some values in men's fancy shirts
that thrifty men have been waiting for. Thev
are the most beautiful styles and colors that
we have shown this spring. The line is made
up of line Trench percales and madras cloths,
in small, neat figures, st tripes, dots and
bright colorings. They are properly out and
finished and would be extremely good values
for $1.25 and $1.50 Si ff
Our price aPl.JJ
IN IT FOR YOU.
To take advantage of the prices we are offering We must posi
tively clean out entire stock in next 60 days so as to turn the
building over to new tenants. The prices are so low, you can't
resist them. See our windows for styles.
All Nettleton Vici Kid Box Calf, Patent Vici and En
amels, all hand work, former prices OQ OQ
55.00, $6.00 and $7.00 go at ,
All our Men's $4.00 and $3.50 values, in
all leathers, all styles, go at
Women's High-, flrade Footwear, in vici kid, patent' vici,
enamels, light and heavy soles, newest 00 QH
styles, former $6 and $5 vales, $3.38 and. . . WaCiUO
All our Women's $4.00 and $3.50 values, in all leathers,
latest styles and shapes, all OO QQ
go at $2.69 and d-CiUU
All our $3.00 values go at $1.98
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES ALL OOIXO AT HALF
riUCE. EVERY SHOE AS ADVERTISED.
EVERY PAIR FITTED.
The Rochester Shoe Co.
Quit Business Sale,
1615 DOUGLAS STREET 1516
TONY VEHICLES 9 ELITE TRADE-
Will be jjlad
to show you.
KINGMAN IMPLEMENT COMPANY,
Phona 6S3. Cor. lOth and Farnam, OMAHA.
I A I
Owing to tha constant Inquiries from both
nurses and physicians we bavs arranged a
nurses' register which will be a great con
venience to all concerned. Wa havs a
number of the beat nurses registered now
and expect to have a complete list within
a few days. Whin you need a trained
nurse, call upon us and we can doubtless
supply your needs on short notice. Nurses
ars Invited to leavs name and address.
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.,
Ibthanvl Farnam Sts.. Phone 180
X. B. Call us when you need a nurse.
(15 cents by mail.)
secures in 24
the most remark
able work on
More than a thousand
Fishes. Birds and
and Instructive U
old and young as welL
IP YOU ARE NOT SMOKING THE.
Try one, then notice the fine Aroma of our present Havana
Tobacco and compare It with high priced Imported Cigars.
JT. R iUoe MsrcantUe Clear Co, ataaufMtursrs. Wt, l4ul 'Bles Uii
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