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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JULY 2G, 1D02.
Ws Final Big Re
(tactions for Saturday s Sale on All Summe
Not a dollar's worth of goods will be carried over. No matter how low the prices, the high qualities that hare made trading at llayden's so satisfactory will be maintained. Nowhere else can you find complete assort
ments of all that is new and desirable.
Gigantic Stocks and Unlimited Varieties Make Buying Here Economical and Pleasing.
Get llayden's clearing,eale prices on men's clothing, on tfhoes. furnishing goods, women's r'eady-to-wear garments, furniture, etc, etc, Attend tht great grocery sale
r Goods OT
Wash Waists by
BO doten $1.00 wash waists at only 25c.
100 dozen women's wblte and colored
waists In all the new materials, all the
new styles, abort and long sleeves, open
back and front; they have aold up to (2.00;
clearing rale price only 49c.
75 dozen lawn and India linen white
waists in 25 distinct styles, sold elsewhere
as high as 13.00; sale price 96c.
200 line white waists, Imported designs,
that sold as high as $9.00; clesrlng sals
pries only $2.60. (Sites 32 to 44.)
Special Saturday Prices.
All suits that sold up as high as $12. SO;
ale price $7.60.
100 women's fine suits that sold at 126.00;
sals price $15.00.
A few fine Imported sample suits that
old at $40.00, $50.00 and $60.00 on sals
bow at only $30.00.
From 8:30 until 11:30 Saturday morning;
Great Sale on Ladies' Furnishings & Underwear
ladles' black, white and colored parasols
reduced from $1.50 and $2.00 AO a
on sale at ..tfwG
ladles' - fine parasols, In all the newest
designs, assorted colors and styles, re
duced from $3.00 and $5.00 s AS
on rale at WltsO
Ladles' fine slik parasols, chiffon trimmed,
plain tucked silks and fancy pattern,
reduced from $5.00 and $7.60 ($$ ft ft
on sale at ..iJ(l
We are showing a beautiful line of boys'
madras shirt waists, from 4 to 15 years,
worth 75c to $1.00 J Q
on sale at tJG
Boys' waists In madras and fine pcrehles,
collars attached and detached IQa
on sale at tSv
Ladles' sleeveless ribbed vests f
worth 26c at lUv
Ladles' combination suits, lisle thread, new
braid style, lace trimmed 9 Cm
worth 60c at 9v
Ladlu)' umbrella lisle thread drawers
lace trimmed 9ET
worth 60c at 9G
TjidlM' rnroet covers and drawers, mnde
of fine cambrlo 9K.4
worth 60c at 6wG
Ladles- embroidered and lace trimmed
corset covers and drawers
worth 75c at
Great Sale on Lien's Furnishings & Underwear
Men's linen. mesh underwear
regular price $2.50 on sale at.
Men's $2.00 and $2.60 shirt waists.
In white or colors at
All th man's nmtrter underwear that sold
up to $1.00 to be closed out QCm
19c. 25c and..'. ..WWW
Men's $1.00 colored laundered
shirts, in all the new styles at
HANDICAP FOR SHORT GUNS
Engineer Corps of Army Aaki Compensation
for Length of Barrel.
HITCH IN RIFLE COMPETITIVE PR06RAM
How Much Disadvantage Attach to
Carbine ta Target Practice
Is Likely to Be Officially
Settle at Last.
The delay In arranging the programs for
the Infantry rifle competition at Fort Leav
enworth which will be held next week la
due to the efforts of the members of ths en
gineer corps to enter members In ths event.
There are four companies of engineers, and
no provision Is mad for them In ths way
of rifle competition. They are armed with
Krag-Jorgenaen carbmes, a gun similar In
verf way except as to length to tho rifles
of ths Infantry. Thsy could possibly be ac
commodated In the competition, but they
are asking that the length of the gun be
considered and that the four men which
they desire to enter be given as advantage
of a certain percentage on account of the
difference in the length of the piece. Thla
the manager of the competition are not
Inclined to do at this time, and the en
gineers are standing out. It may be that
the handicap will be permitted, or .they
' may enter regardless of the difference In
the length of the gun. Until this question
Is settled the programs will not be issued.
Captain Wright, Inspector of small arms
practlcs, may not be present at the com
petition. Mrs. Wright is ill and be may
remain in ths city, soma member of the
line at Fort Leavenworth being detailed to
take his place.
Was General Smith's Aisle.
First Lieutenant Walter T. Bates of ths
eevsr.teenth infantry Is In the city, en his
way to San Francisco, after a leave of
absence spent at St. Paul, Minn. Lieu
tenant Bates was on the staff of Qeneral
Jacob II. Smith at the time that officer was
slleged to hsve lsiuet his "kill and burn'
orders. The lieutenant will not discuss the
questions involved In the court-martial pro
ceedlngs, nor In the operation of the force
- under Qeneral Smith. The Seventeenth la-
faairy la bow stationed In Oregon and the
lieutenant will probably be ordered to re
tura to his command-
Captain D. E. McCarthy of the quarter
master's department, stationed at Fort
Leavenworth, will arrive in Omaha Tues
day to be examined for promotion. The ex
amlnlng board will consist of Colonel Mo
demand, Colonel Pullman, Colonel Miller
of the Twenty-second Infsntry, Captain
Straub, surgeon, and Contract Surgeon Tro-
btrt, with Captain fiewti: of the Twenty
second as recorder.
' Captain W. R. Grove, commissary officer
headquarters, left tor Kansas City last
svenlng on business connected with his
Work ef Reeraltlagr OSKee
Captain H. N. Roydsa. recruiting officer
t the army at Omaha, ha established tw
branches la addition to the one at Lincoln
The first is at Falrbury, where Corporal
Richards Is In charge, sad the second
Atlantic, la., with Fately In charge. At
AUaatio thtre la an encampment of one of
the Iowa reglmente end the office at that
plaje will be maintained only uatu tne,u warm , though death had oocurred
militia returns home. It Is not expected . qqW a short time before.
that many rocrnlta will be secured directly,
but the Omaha office will be advertised by
the branch and recruits will come In later
from the militia and the towne la which
the companies are stationed
JUoruK Ing Is not very active at the Omaha
from 1:30 until 6:30, and from 7:30 until
10 p. m. Saturday, ws will put on sale 100
dozen wrappers, worth $1.00, at only 39c.
During the same hours 60 doscn percale
and lawn wrappers In light and dark
colon, the $1.50 quality, at only 69c.
40 doien women's Una French percale and
lawn wrappers, the $2.00 quality, at 88o.
Clearing Sale Prices
25 dozen women's linen dress skirts,
tucked all over, with 15-Inch flounce, for
200 women's dress aud outing sklrta In
all the new styles and materials; clearing
sals pries only $2.98.
4 tables women's outing and dress skirts,
25 distinct styles, worth up to $8.00; clear-
log tale price only $4.96.
60 silk skirts worth up to $10.00,
25 elegant silk raglaos, satin lined, the
$26.00 quality for $16.00.
Children's wash drsses at 60c, 76c and
Ladles' gowns, corset covers and drawers,
hemstitched tucks, trimmed with lace
and embroidered regular Jfja
E8c at f IG
Ladles' fine cambrlo skirts with lawn ruffle
of torchon, Valenciennes or em- l QO
broidery, worth $3.00 at Qli3U
Ladles' straight front full gored JQn
batiste corset, worth 75c at... H9w
Ladles' and misses' batiste and ventilated
girdles, in white, pink and 49 C
Dr. Warner's summer corsets for stout
figures, alses 20 to 36 5 QQ
The La Orecque Lattice corset for slender
and medium figures gQ
Ladles' black and fancy (flf
colored stockings at Ivu
Ladles' 60c lisle thread Qa
stockings at lUW
All the fancy colored stockings that sold
up to ouc
on sale at.. .
Boys' school stockings
The Shawkntt stocking for
boys or girls at ,
Ladles' $1.00 stockings. In plain
and fancy colors at
Men's $1.60 madras shirt waists
in all colors at.
Men's 26c colored socks.
In all sizes at...
Men's $2.00 white and colored negligee shirts,
in the best makes and newest OQm
office this month. Twenty soldiers have been
secured, but the largo majority are re-
enlistments, but four new men having been
BRIGGS ANSWERS DUNN'S PLEA
oath Omaha Chief of Police Denies
Several of tho Depntr Connty
John Briggs, chief of police of South
Omaha, has made his answer and return to
the writ of mandamus asked by George W.
Shields, county attorney, who had com
plained that Brlgga has not been sufficiently
vigilant In pursuit of gamblers nor fur
nished him with evidence on which to
In the answer Briggk admits that It is
his duty to arrest, with a warrant, anyone
properly charged with an offense before a
magistrate having jurisdiction of the of
fense, but denies that It Is hi duty to ar
rest without a warrant any person whom
he has good reason to believe guilty of vio
lating a state -law or city ordinance, ex
cept when such offense is a felony. He de
nies that It is his duty to furnish the
Shields-Dunn vigilantes evidence, but states
that he Is and always has been
willing to tell- them whatever he
could. He avers that one of the deputies
ones complained to him of suspected gam
bling, but never went farthor In the matter.
He will, be affirms, arrest any whom he
finds violating the gambling laws In South
Omaha, but as yet has found none ab occu
pied, nor ha there been complaint filed with
blm by any of the Bouih Omaha people.
The writ, he Insists, has no foree when
dlreoted to him, as he is but ths ap
pointee of the mayor, subject to removal
at any time and without power either to
appoint or discharge any of the men on his
force, but merely to assign them to their
beats and superintend their work.
W. C. Lambert filed the paper and be
fore the ink was dry Ignatius Jehovah Dunn,
"deputy county attorney in and for the
county of Douglas," was on hand to get it.
The Peril ot Oar Time
Is lung disease. Dr. King's New Dis
covery tor Cousumptlon, Coughs and Colds
cures lung trouble or no pay. 60c, $1.
HEART DISEASE TAKES HIM
Charles Grollemant Dies Suddenly at
His Lodsrlasrs from Probable
Charles Grolleraunt died some time yes-
terday morning and his body ws found in
a closet at his rooming house, 802 H
Thirteenth street, about 7 o'clock by J. C.
Henry, another roomer at the place, who
notified the coroner and the latter took
charge of the remains. The coroner la
satisfied that death was the result of heart
disease and will likely hold no inquest.
Underneath Grollemunt's bed was found
an old, battered tomato can, tn which was
$640 In gold and paper money. This was
turned ever to the county ' court by the
coronur. The court later appointed Jacob
Grollemunt of South Omaha, brother ot
the dead man, special administrator, and
the money was turned over to him. Al
bert Burca went on Grollemunt's bond.
The dead man waa 46 years of age, un
married and a native ot Swltxerland. Ho
cams to Omaha several years ago and at
the time of his death waa amolovad at the
ler W4reh0uss. When found bis body waa
Hi. M. Strove.
The name must appear oa srery box ot
the genuine Laxative Bromo-Qulntns Tab
lets, the remedy that cure a cold ta oae
day. t i icata.
Saturday will be big day on all summer
and wash silks.
Fine pure silk, Japanese wash silk, sll
colors and black and white, 25c.
B ack Japanese wash silk, 27 In., worth
69c, for S5c.
Black Japanese wash silk, 86 In., worth
75c, for 39c.
Flack Japanese wash silk, 86 In., worth
$1 25, for 69c.
Black Japanese wash silk, 36 In., worth
$1.60, for 75c.
Finest wblte washable silks for waists or
White Japanese natural silk, 24 In., worth
60c, for 29c.
White Japanese natural silk, 27 in., worth
69c, for 89c.
White Japanese natural silk, 36 in., worth
$1.00, for 69o.
White Japanese natural silk, 36 In., worth
$2.00, for $1.25. .
Monday we will place on sale a large man
ufacturer's stock of black taffeta, black peau
da sole and other black silks.
MOST IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
FOR THE CLOSING DAY8 OF JULY.
Our cloak buyer has gone east to secure
the new things and left positive Instruc
tions to close but every garment possible.
We want you to call and investigate this
Accumulations of odd lots, broken sizes.
goods that were bought cheap when mak
ing big purchases during the last few
months MUST NOW BE TURNED INTO
CASH AT THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE
MOMENT to make room for midsummer
goods which our buyer is sure to secure on
Grand Millinery Sale
The most popular felt outing hats are
shown In greatest variety at Hayden Bros.
These are absolutely the moat chlo and
stylish hats ever shown by us. Call and
try them on. They are most becoming and
we are selling them at most astonishingly
All trimmed hats we are now closing
out at about one-fourth their value, or
about 25c on the dollar of former price.
They must be disposed of, no matter what
the loss. They Include the very finest im
ported pattern hats as well as our own
MUSICAL FESTIVAL PLANS
Arrangement of Tent and Booths
Now Oeouples Time of Auditorium
The promotion committee of the Audi
torium company are busy with the arrange
ment for the concert grounda. F. W. Clark
Is architect In charge and Is preparing
details of tern and booths. The tent will
stand closer to the eastern side of the
ground this year than formerly, giving
more room for landscape decoration on the
western side near the main entrance.
The present arrangement shows 1,200 re
served seats, 800 fewer than last year,
which permits early comers to have fair
seats without reserving them and at the
same time provides a many reserved seats
as will be sold tor any concert
The committee has named the new march
written by the leader of the band for this
festival, "The Festival March," and the
work has been dedicated to tho Auditorium
company. The sale of books of admission
tickets is progressing satisfactorily, more
than $2,600 having been disposed of at this
RESULT OF CREEK OVERFLOWS
Distriet Court Asked to getttle Dis
pute as to Capacity of a
Out In Florence precinct Carsten Car
stensen has ground adjoining soma prop
erty owntd by John and Josephine T. Bria
blue. Through the latter premises runs a
creek and In the face of vigorous protest
Ing by Carsten the Brlsblnes had a bridge
butlt with the lower beams but a little way
above the normal water mark. During the
recent rains the bridge choked with debris
and formed a dam, with the result that the
water backed and overflowed onto Car
sten's property, Injuring his $800 crops to
ths extent of $400 and his door yard to the
sxtent of $200. These allegations bs has
put Into a petition to the district court for
a $600 judgment against the Brlsblnes.
COLUMBUS P0ST0FFICE SITE
Another Delegation of Cltlaena ('
alts Senator Millard on
Senator Millard held a conference yester
day morning with another delegation of Co
lumbus citizens in regard to ths re-location
ot the postofilco at that place. This dele
gation represents the Eccols site and its
members sxpccj to onset the good things
said about the Gray site by the delegation
that called Thursday. It Is headed by A.
M. Post, formerly supreme judge; Banker
Garlow, Henry Ragats, a merchant, and
Mr. Cook, a large property owner of Co
lumbus. The senator will take the matter
under advisement before making his rec
ommendation to the postofQce authorities.
DISTRICT COURT SIMMERING
Hill of the Gods Tarns Its Wheels in
Vrt of Way.
District court is still grinding in a lan
guid way and will continue to do so until
City Attorney Council returns snd gives
Judge Estelle opportunity to dispose of the
Gordon salary mandamu case. There was
to have been a reehs taken until Augurt
11, but the plan was changed, and when
the court first adjourns it will be until tbs
fall term's opening. At his office it Is given
out that Mr. Connell will return July SO.
Judge Read has not yet given hla ruling
In the market house Injunction suit, argu
ments in which closed Tueslay, and the
engine house ault ha not bn touched.
For Eaturday we have made very start
ling reductions on Oxfords and slippers.
The cost has not been considered. Prices
cut almost In two. A chance not often met,
with. Come In Saturday and shoe ycur
family at a big saving over the former
Women's linen shoe
or Oxfords worth
$1.60, at 85
Boys' or , youths'
linen shoes worth
$1.25, at 85
Child's tan or
black shoes worth
95c, at 49
turned Juliets IV,
to 4H. worth
$2.60, at 79
tan or black.,
worth up to $2.50,
Men's sample shoes
worth up to $5.00,
Women's vici kid
shoes, worth up
to $3.00, at 1.96
Women's vlcl kid
Oxfords, worth up
to $3.00, at 1.43
Misses' patent col
onials, worth up
to $1.60, at 1.00
Child's patent colonials, worth up to
$1.35, at 90
Misses' patent strap sandals, worth
up to $1.60, at 90
Child's patent strap sandals, worth
up to "$1.25, at 75
Women's patent colonial sandals, worth
up to $2.60, at 1.50
A full line of Orover shoes carried In
stock. Just the thing this hot weather for
tired feet. Just like a glove.
Straw Hat Clearing Sale
To reduce stock we sell children's, boys'
and men's straws, worth 85c, at 16c.
The better grades at 25o and 35c.
Duck caps at 25c.
Men's felts, in Panamas, pashas, derbys,
all colors and shapes, at from 75c to $3.00.
Boys' hats at from 40c to $1.29.
Tarn 'o Shanters at 23c and 60c, worth
75c and $1.00.
Full line of VALISES and TRUNKS.
NEARER THE RESERVATION
Elkhorn'g Verdigris Extension .Slowlj
Eoaohing Out to the North,
TEN MORE MILES ARE ALMOST READY
Branch Line Into ew Country Will
Be Completed and tn Operation
In Time to Handle the
" Fall Business.
The Elkhorn is gradually getting nearer
the portion ot the Rosebud Indian reserva
tion to be opened In the near future. Ten
miles more of Its Niobrara branch, which
extends from Verdigris, the old terminus,
has been completed, or will be by Saturday
night. General Manager Bidwell stated
that by that time the line would be finished
as far a Virdel, which la twenty-one miles
from Verdigris. This last ten miles baa
been finished sines about July 4.
"We have no doubts now that our line
will be completed by September," said Mr
Bidwell, "for we have all the material and
help required and are progresaltg with un
usual facility with the work. There was
some talk that we undertook the construe
tlon ot thla piece of road, because we be
lleved the Rosebud reservation was to be
opened by the congress just adjourned and
that since congress at the first session did
not throw open the reservation, we bad
abandoned our plan of construction. I
wish to say thattbJs is not trus In any
particular. We were not Influenced at all
by the matter of the opening ot the reserv
ation and are proceeding with our work re
gardless ot the action ot congress in de
ferring the admission of settlers to the
Rosebud and will have It completed and In
opeiatlon long before the winter session.
which will afford the first opportunity for
congress to act."
Where the Road Runs.
When completed the Niobrara branch will
cover a dlatance of sixty-seven miles, ex
tending from Verdigris to two and a half
miles west of Bonesteel. Thl traverses
Boyd county, Nebraska, and Gregory
county. South Dakota, and will be the first
railroad through that section. The Elkhorn
Intends to erect station at - every town
slong the road as soon as possible. The
extra milesge beyond Bonestsel is for slock
The road will not be thrown open tor
transportation by regular trains until ths
construe. len work reaches Lynch, which Is
thirteen miles west of Virdel, the point ot
completion now. Construction trains. Gen
eral Manager Bidwell says, will ba used for
all business up to that point. The line will
pass through every town along the general
route traversed, except Butte, which It will
have to skip owing to tbs abrupt elevation,
which Is not accessible to construction or
As tbsre are 2,600 quarter aectlons of
land tn that part of the Rosebud reservation
to be opened, and which will be tapped by
the new road, the Elkhorn counts on driving
the opening wedge to a settlement ef some
20,000 people and the opening up of a very
fertile strip of country to permanent home
uteadera. llill-llarrluian Fight.
The report from Chicago published in The
Bes to the effect that the Union Pacific
had purchased the Chicago, M!lwaukeo,fc
St. Paul Is one of the general topics of dis
cussion among local railroad men. It la
generally accredited, one or two Volon Pa
cific official aharlng in the view that tho
deal has been or will actual!) be made
The opinion prevails that the purcbass of
ths Milwaukee by the Union Pacific Is
merely a continuation ot the old Harrlmaa-
22 lbs. best granulated sugar $1.00
Good cracked rice, per pound........ 3Hc
California rolled oats, 4 lbs. for lSff
Whole wheat flour, Ter lb Jo
Large cans mustard sardines 7V4e
1-lb. can cove oysters 8Hfl
Tall cans blood red salmon 84c
Oval cans mackerel and tomato sauce.. 174c
S-Ib. cans baked beans Co
8 bottles assorted pickles 25c
8 bottles pure tomato catsup .......... 26c
William's root beer, per bottle 8 Vic
Soda crsckers, per lb... 4c
Ginger snaps, XXX..., 4o
Large juicy lemons, per doz
California plums, per dos
California apples, per doz
Fancy free stone peaches, per dot..
Cheese and Meats
Wisconsin full cream cheese 12Vi
Wisconsin brick cream cheese Ho
Sap sago or swltzcr cheese, each 7Vio
Hammond's bologna sausage 4Vio
Sliced minced ham 10c
Pickled pigs' feet, per lb Be
5-lb. cans pure lard 69o
Potted meats, assorted, each SVio
Teas and Coffees
For one day, Java and Mocha 28o
For one day, 85c Family Blend Java.... 25o
For one day, 28c Rio coffee 10c
New crop tea sittings 16fco
60c sun dried or uncolored tea. only.... 35d
Ribbon Sale Saturday
Yes, Saturday still continues to be the
ribbon day at Hayden's. Better bargains
The New Ribbon And., we are the only
house In Omaha that has this New Ribbon
for sale. We got there first, as usual. We
can hardly describe these goods. You must
see them to understand their beauty and
durability. Almost five Inches wide, a
double row of fancy embroidered hem
stitching on either side, lightly morled and
a perfect wash ribbon.
A regular 60c neck ribbon on sale Satur
day for a starter at 19c per yd. This Is for
Hill fight and marks a victory for the for 1
mer. In thla connection U Is recalled that
President Hill ot the Great Northern sought
to get hold ot the Milwaukee a year and a
halt ago during the great Wall street bat
tle which resulted In his defeating Hani-
man for tho acquisition of the Burlington.
It was Hill's orfglnal plan to capture the
Milwaukee, but' failing In this he set his
net for the Burlington and after a des
perate conflict with the Union Paclfio peo
ple landed that property.
"But the Union Paclfio never quits and
Mr. Harrlman was simply animated to
greater activity by that defeat," said a
local official, "and now it looks as If be
had captured the very road which Mr. Hill
wanted and failed to getnd, therefore, he
has hsnded the great northwesterner a
stiff upper cut,' for acquisition ot the
Milwaukee by the Union Paclfio means a
powerful Harrlman rival to the Hill roads
in the northwest"
It Is believed that the plans announced
by the Milwaukee ot beginning the ex
tension of its line to Seattle, from Its west
em terminus, Everts, 8. D., will be car
ried through now without delay and that
construction work will be pushed with all
possible energy and facility.
The unusually heavy precipitations of
this summer and spring have made lots
of work for the construction departments
of railroads. The Burlington has found It
necessary to renew Its roadbed on the
southern main division from Wymore to
Oxford, a distance ot 181 miles, because ot
the Infirm condition In which It wa left
by - the continuous rain. A large force
of men has been put to work to make the
road as near washout proof as can be.
Sandstone from the company's quarries at
Woodruff, Kan., 1 being used tor this pur
pose. LIGHT WIRES MUST BE RIGHT
City Electrleian Send Cirealar Let
ter to Owners and Aajent
" of Property.
As a result of recent small Ore that
might have been very serious one the city
electrician 1 sending to ths owner or
managers of all establishments of consid
erable else within the city limits a circular
letter which reads:
Several burnouts of electrical appliances
have of late occurred which. If not dis
covered In time, might have caused a
serious fire. These burnouts were due to
employes of ths respective establishments
doing electric wiring anil repair worK
without complying with the requirements
of this deDartment.
The practice of having the engineer or
otner employes or a bunding, who proreas
to know all a Coat electrical worn, make
changes in the electric light and power
wiring Indiscriminately, introduces a fire
hexard and therefore roust be discontinued.
I ben of you to please notify this ofnee
or any changes or alterations being mads
in your wiring, so tnat tne matter can t
given proper attention and possible accl
dents be prevented. Your attention Is
called to section 2, ordinance 4366.
HER HUSBAND IS OUT OF WORK
Inarnlar Reason Assigned for an At
tempt at Snlelde or a
Mrs. Peter Cunlff swallowed the contents
of a two-ounce bottle of laudanum at 10:80
yesterday morning with the Intention of
ending ber life. The police surgeons were
summoned and the woman Is now believed
to be out of dsnger.
The neighbors of tbs woman, who lives
at C01 North Fourteenth strsst, heard ber
and her husband quarreling Thursday nlgbt
and again Friday morning. Bhortly after they
were oummoned by the huaband to assist In
saving his wlfs's life. She took the poison,
It 1 said by the other roomer at the house.
o) Jo) mj
jy ml lyj
Saturday in the Bargain Room
The grand clearing sale will continue Eaturday. Goods that sold for lOo and
16o will go at 2Vic. Goods that sold for 19o and 26c, at 6c. Goods worth from 25o
to 69o, go at 7Vio and 10c.
Special on the sstin foulards; goods that sold for 25c, at 9o a yard. '
NO DEALERS. PEDDLERS OR M ANUU FACTURER8 COLD TO IN THIS ROOM.
Ws will close out tho remainder of our
silk foulards. Worth from 69c to 75e a
yard, only 10 yards to a
customer, at a yard
BOo GOODS FOR 10c.
19e, 25o and 69o batistes, dimities, Swisses,
muslins, fancy whits Oxfords, wblte Ox
fords with laes stripes and checks,
French. Irish and Scotch dimities, linen
colored batistes, all will
go at a yard
10c, H l-2o, Wo AKD IfHs AT Re.
They consist of French, Irish and Scotch
dimities, 86-Inch percales, Dublin duck
and' white longcloth, not a yard ever sold
tor less than 10c; all will P
go at a yard ' Uw
lOo, 13 l-2o, lBe AND lUo AT 2 l-e.
They consist of all the above, French,
Irish and Scotch dimities, and thousands
of pieces taken from the regular stock.
They are culled from the stock as ths
poorer colors. We will put them on one
counter In order to close them out
quick, at a yard 2io
The best 7Vic yard-wide bleached mus
lin for all day, at 4c a yard; only 10
yards to a customer.
Ths best yard-wide unbleached muslin
At ilaydcn Furniture Clearing Sale
YOU CAN SAVE 50C ON EVERY DOLLAR'S
BUY AT THESE PRICES:
When In need of anything In ths way of
sheet music or books give us a call, as wo
keep our stock up with everything there is
any possible demand for, and quote you the
lowest prices possible. Wa have just re
In a fit of despondency caused by her hus
band being out of employment, resulting (n
frequent quarrels between the two. Mrs.
Cunlft and her husband came to Omaha
Some weeks ago from Decatur, 111. He has
bsen employed In lumber yard end two
week ago, lost hi position, since which
dime the neighbors say ths two hsve spent
most of their time quarreling. The woman
la not over 25 years ot age.
TESTING SOUTH OMAHA LAWS
Another Habeas Corpus Case Grow-
Inar Oat of Ordinance Regs
. latlna; Solicitors.
In district court haoeas oorpus proceed
ings are again resorted to to test another
South Omaha ordinance. Last TuasdayJ
Max Rosenthal waa arrested and fined by
the police Judge $20 and $8 costs for main
taining a solicitor without a license. He
went to jail and his attorney secured from
Judge Estelle a writ returnable Saturday
In the petition the attorney affirms that
the prisoner was not properly charged with
an offenBe in the Complaint; that the ordi
nance 977 was irregularly psssed; that the
tax it impose la so burdensome as to be
prohibitive; that the council was without
authority to enact it and tnat it 1 la con
flict with the constitutions of the stats and
SENT BACK TO STATE COURT
Jadsto Manner Remands v Bait
Aaainst Omaha Road tor Per.
In the United States circuit court Judge
Munger has Issued an order remanding to
the Nebraska courts the case of Jamea B.
McManlgal against the Chicago, St. Paul.
Minneapolis ft Omaha Railroad company
end William Rogere. The eaae Is ons for
damages for peraonal Injury and Rogers
was the agent ot the company under whose
observation, and by reason of whose dere
He t ton the injury le alleged to have taken
place. He was joined as dsfendant to keep
the case In the atate courts and the judga
followed the rule laid down by him some
months ago In such cases, by which a join
der of resident and nonresident defend
ants In such cases operates to give the
state courta jurisdiction.
Beat All Its Rivals.
No aalve, lotion, balm or ell can com
pare with Bucklen'e Arnica Salve for heal
log. It kills pain. Cures or no pay. 15o
GLAD HAND HEADQUARTERS
Dave Me veer Opens Place Where
He Can Dispense Hie Cam.
David H. Mercer, who expects to remain
in Omaha at leaat natll after the election,
la preparing a place to receive the faithful
and give them the glad hand. Hie headquar
ters will be at the Millard hotel, rooms 18$.
124, parlor floor, to the right. Men are at
work removing the effects ot any who might
have occupied the rooms and getting them
in shape to suit the wishes ef the Wash-
ingtonian. The room will be ready for oc
cupancy my Monday.
A delicious Cereal Coffee made of choice California fir
and prunes and grain absolutely free from artificial matte.
SOLO BY ALL GROCERS.
only 10 yards to 1
Turkey red table damask,
grade, at 12He.
11 Vic gingham at H.
WE ARB CLOSING OUT OUR HAM
MOCKS REGARDLESS OF THE COST.
Complete amateur set, 4 balls, 89c 1
balls, 69c, and 8 balls, 98c; professional set
4 balls. $1.49; balls, $1.9, and I balls.
$1.06; $2.75 for the best professional got
Boys' long pants crash suits at 60c.
Children's double-breaated knee pant
wash suits at 25c and 60c.
Boys' knee pants at 890 and 25o a pair.
Boys' wool knee psnts suits at 95o.
Boys' all wool knes pants suits at $1.15
and $1.60 a suit.
Boys' wash pants at 19o and 9e a patr.
Ladles' and children's 85o underwear at
Men's 25o neckties at Re.
Ladles' $1.00 corsets at 89c. '
Men's 15c suspenders at 6c.
Men's $150 madras shirt waists at $9o.
Men's 75c colored laundered shirts at 86c,
Ladles' 60c muslin underwear at 25c
Ladles' and children's ISo stockings at (s.
WORTH OF FURNITURE. TOU
A three-piece bedroom suit mads of
hardwood, nicely carved, 20x24 betel
plate mirror, at only $11.90.
Couches worth from $6.60 to $7.80,
sale pries $3.05.
Iron beds worth $8.60, for $1.75.
Sideboards worth $15.75, for $7.60.
A hardwood dresser worth $11.60, tor
Ths greatest sale ever held on fins
pictures Is now going on. The most
complete assortment of popular and
classic subjects sver shown by any
house. Prices most astonishingly low.
Call and have your photo enlarged
ceived a nice new lot of sheet music ws
will place on sale tomorrow at 16o and 19s
per copy, regular prices 26o and '85c each.
Ws have almost everything in ths way of
Instruction books at greatly reduced prices.
SAVAGE COMES ON SATURDAY
Governor Will Be Here to Saleot Member
Fir and Folio Commission.
SECRET MESSAGE SENT l6 INSIDERS
Real Estate Eichtnst Commutes
Considers Names It Would Like to
Present to Governor
Word was received by a select few finnt
the executive office at Lincoln that Gov
ernor E. P. Savage will arrive In Omaha
Saturday afternoon at 8 o'clock and that
before be leavea the city be will have de
cided upon the membership ot the Fire
and Police commission to be appointed by
The committee of the Real Estate ex.
change eeleoted to present to the governor
the resolutions adopted this week by that
organisation got Into communication' with
the exeoutive office yesterday and told
the private eecretary of the governor that
they would be In Lincoln Saturday morn
ing for the purpose ot laying the resolution
before him. The answer was that the aov-
ernor could not receive them until Mon.
day and a date wae eet for that morning.
ini wa modified by the newe that the
governor would be here Saturday and the
ir embers ot the committee will endeavor
to meet him before he leaves.
There wss a meeting of the committee at
the office ot W. O. Shrlver, at which mem
bers of ths commlttse eubmltted names for
the consideration of their fellows. The
committee Is composed of W. O. Shrlver,
E. A. Benson, W. O. Ure, F. D. Wead and
John Frenser. Before any names were sub
mitted It was decided that ths committee
would not consider the name of any mem
ber of the exchange, so ths proposition to
push John S. Knox for a place on the board
waa Immediately dropped. The namee
whlcn were then suggested by different
members oi te committee were: C. O.
Belden, A. Hugh Hippie, John F. Coad, F.
A. Brogan, Oeorge A. Hoagland, W. A.
Redlck, J. S. Gibson. Charles B. Keller,
Thomas Kllpatrlck, Iaaae B. Congdon, J. R.
Lchmer, T. J. Mahoney, Euclid Martin, Will
H. Thompson, Joseph Hayden, James Ne
ville, J, F. Wllhelmy. A. C. Smith, Wera
Burgess, R. 8, Wilcox, B. L. 8tone, S. A.
Orchard and Judge McCulloch.
After the namee were in It was decided
to hold a meeting Saturday morning, at
which time the list would be reduced to
four names tw democrat and two re
publicans, se that the law would be ful
filled. At the same time it wae decided
to recommend to the governor the namee
of no person to the office unless the gov
ernor should Insist upon that action. It
ths governor does not ask for recommenda
tions ths four names selsrtsd will not be
mentioned, but if he doss they will be given
It comes from the Inside that the gov
ernor ha already decided upon one person
for ths commission, who will be placed
therr a the representative of organlxed
labor, and rumor point to thia man a
Senator Llddsil, a democrat- It Is also
said thst J. W. Thomas, cashier of the
Union National bank, can have one of the
places It be want It.
for all day at 4"c;
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