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TTLTj OMAHA PATIjY JIEIHj SATURDAY, AUGUST 0, 1902.
MILLION FOR IMPROVEMENTS
TTiat GoniolidaUon of Omaha tad Gounoil
'' Bluff Etilwava Meant,
BIG NEW POWER HOUSE TO BE IUILT
faeretarr .Mara Retam froa Hevr
Terk an Make Offlelal Statement
Hi Work 14 Praasteet.
W. V. Motm, eecrctary of tie Omiii
Street Railway company, returned yeaterday
morning from visit to New Tork City,
wber ba baa been for several weeks. Ha
: ''Arrangementa bare nearly been com
pleted whereby the Missouri rlTer bridge
t tba foot of Douglas street, the Council
Bluff atreet railway llnea, the Lake Man
wa line, tba Suburban Railway company
and 'kindred lbtereeta will all pass to the
management and control of tba Omaha
Street Railway company. '
"That means much for tba ' two cities.
Better service, better cara and better tracka
are wbat tba people require. Tbla change
will Kite them all. During the coming year
the old tracka and equipment will be al
most entirely replaced, and while everybody
Jknowa taw oimcult? i.; obtaining railway
materials, still plana are ah?ady under way
for obtaining the material and tba comple
tion of tba work outlined. '
IaiproTraiii ta Prospect.
"In this connection It may be of Inter eat
tto ataia that plans are also well nnder way
Mor tba reconetruotloa of all the old tracka
of tba Omaha Street Railway company, the
purchasing of new equipment and the erec
tion a very large and up-to-date power
house, all of which will entail an expendi
ture of mora than $1,000,000, but the Omaha
Street Railway company recognlsea 1U abil
ity to handle them and will do ao with
vigor. Some euburban llnea of considerable
Importance to the two cltlea are under con
elderatlon, but as yet nothing definite cat
be announced , regarding them.
"A great forward movement lies In the
Immediate future for Omaha, and theaa
large expenditures, coupled with expendi
tures by other corporation and private in
dividual end reinforced by the glgantlo
orops bow almost certain, ahould make 1908
tba banner year for Omaha people." -
' 'Hew Power Hoaea,
Speaking of the new power bouse, Mr.
Worse said that the exact aite bad not been
determined upon, but that It might be
erected near , the present atatlon. "This
rbous will be used to supply power to the
Nebraska llnea." aald he, "while the power
bouse Jo Council Bluff a will be used to
aupply, power to the llnea In Iowa. New
machinery has recently .been placed In that
house and It Will be Improved otherwise."
.Of tbe suburban lines mentioned on will
be to Florence, tbe material for that being
on band. It will run from Twenty-fourth
and Ames avenue to Twenty-fourth and
Fort streets, -thence' west to Thirtieth
atreet, and thence north to the mala atreet
tin Florence. The company desires to begin
work on the line on Thirtieth street at the
um in para ooara starts to macadamise
that street: It hopes to build the line
Along the east aide of the atreet. where It
LwlII leaat Interfere with wagon t raffle and
where it may operate its cara at a higher
kret or speed than would be possible If the
crack were laid along the center of the
atreet. While arrangements contemplate
making the crossings of the trace at the
wagon roada easy. It .la the Intention of
th company to ao raise the track from
tba ground along the aide of th atrt
that trouble from anow In winter will be
fxedueed to the minimum.
Qalef Afcaat lakarkaa 1.1a.
Th effloer of the company will not
;rpeak of the other Suburban line which Is
promised In the statement of Mr. Mors.
Bo far a can be learned th consolida
tion of the street car lines will In no way
coange- in service nor the rat of farea
between tbe different iotnta on th lines.
Between certain houra th far from Coua.
cll Bluff to Omaha and return la only
cents, wner a book of ticket U cut.
chased, 'While th farea to other nlacea are
a low aa the company believes that U
service win warrant.
kisaralea aa Ploale at Yorkshire,
Iewa, Aagraat IT.
' ; Annual outing CXtn-na-Oael of Omaha
.and South Omr.ha. Everybody welcome.
'Bring your luncl and spend a day In the
'ool country. A magnificent grove twenty
lacrea In extent All kinds of fun. Speeches,
Iraoea, ball aam. ete., etc Tickets II. on
.aal at 1604 Farnam street. .
Fwllmaa Sleeper Wlthoat Ckaaae.
Omaha to Hot ' Springe. South Dakota.
Tbe Fremont, Klkhorn Missouri Val
lay railroad has established dally sleeping
ear service between Omaha and Hot
' Spring, South Dakota.
Excursion rat. August lst'to 14th from
, Omaha, $14.60 round trip.
Ctty Ticket Office." 1401 Farnam B treat
i BARNARD FAVORS HOME TRADE
Says Bear t Kaaeatlea kaU Kat
Bar applies froaa Other
I " ,'. " Title.
A call was issued yesterday by Secretary
Burgess of the Board of Education for a
peclal meeting of the board to be held
Monday evening to consider the awarding of
contract for printing and for uniform for
the High school cadets.
This meeting was called at th Instance
f President Barnard and promise to at
tract considerable attention among local
printers and aupply housea, aa It has been
suggested that the eoptracta be awarded to
firms outside of the city. The printers have
Already made strong protest agalnat the
proposed action of the board and the houaea
whl.'h aupply uniform are aa anxloua to
.hold tbe order In Omaha.
, "Omaha la going out after trade." aald
,en of the members of th board, "and It
would glT It a black eye to have the school
board cider Its supplies from another city.
For my part I recognli the fact that
Omaha house are a little higher la price,
but I do Dot believe the difference 1 suffi
cient to warrant th board la sending the
vrder cut ef town." '
Uor ford Acid Phosphate
rools the blood, strengthens
the nerves, induces reetful
' eleep, ami prevent over
heating. The unequalled
Hummer Tonic 1 JLo&ibt oa
aimgi mm www m m m m i m fd
AFTER REFEREE GOV' S SCALP
Coaaaalealoaer Coaaally Declare War
It Is highly probable (hat when Frank
A. Broadwell, clerk of the district court,
returns next week to his desk the first
communication that will confront him will
be one from th Board f County Comml
sloners recommending that he dispense
with the services of Allen T. Oow. Com
missioner Connolly sstd yesterday that
he and at least two other members were
certain to vote to make such recommenda
tion when th board meet Saturday.
Such action will be the result of Mr.
Oow having assigned to Attorney W. H.
DeFrance for a consideration bis claim
against the county for 11.180 and of De
France having secured this week from
Judge Read a peremptory writ of man
damu ordering the , board to draw war
rants for the amount. Chairman Hofeldt
says that he expects the warrants to be
drawn today, but Connolly predict
that the caaa will be carried Into the su
preme court eventually...
Th Oow claim Is for service rendered
between June, , 1900, and ... July, ' 1901, a
referee In the eld suits of Prank E. Moores
against the county. When tbe court ren
dered judgment It ordered that Moores pay
Oow $520 and that the county pay him
(Oow) fl.480. After waiting a year for his
money Oow last month assigned the claim
against tbe county to DeFrane and Da
France Immediately Instituted proceedings
to collect. Moore had already paid what
waa due from him. '
Commissioner Connolly aaysr "We won't
stand for this, because th claim I un
reasonable. When Jhe master of a referee
came up and Oow, who-waa Imported from
Lincoln by Albyn Frank, then clerk of th
court, waa recommended, we called him
before the board and asked what th serv
ice wa likely to cost. He said that he
thought It wouldn't b mor than $300. The
county attorney told us the m figur as
his estimate, t But when Gow presented
hla bill It waa $1,480, And when we asked
for particulars a . aald that tbe services
of a Miss France, a stenographer, cost $800
and that she needed the money. Two of us
went to Miss France and she told us that
she had already received $160 and that ah
expected to be paid another 1150 and that
1300 would be lair compensation for what
she had done. Later, perhaps after Oow
had seen her, ah talked .to us again and
aid that ah had been mistaken and that
$600 wa th amount due her. All this time
Oow waa drawing .hie $100 per month from
the county for. hi regular work, Now he
ha forced th issue and we propose, to get
hi scalp and to aarrjr th case into the
supreme court."?. . ,
NEBRASKA BINDB9 SAE.PI GERFEST.
West Point, Hiversld Park.
Special excursion Sunday. Auxust 10. 1902.
Train will leav Webster street depot 8:15
a. m. Returning, leav West Point T:S0 p.
Tickets $1.60 round trip, on aal with mam.
ber of singing societies, als at Webster
Twenty-second Xnfantfv fcaiul (mm v
Crook, will be In attendance and provide
a special musical program.; Excellent Ulent
ha been engaged, and an enjoyable Urn
Attend th Nebraska Euade Baenger
LaJca Okoaojl e4 Retara.
$$ for Round Trip,
on Saturday, Auguat 1. th Chicago,
Milwaukee A St, Paul railway will run a
special train of coaches and aleeplng car
to Lake Okobojl and return. The train will
leav th Union depot, Omaha, at I p. m.
oaiuraay ana arrive pack at about f a. m.
Monday, All day Sunday at th lake,
Boating, fishing and a pleasant dav'a out.
lng. at th prettiest resort la th middle
City ticket ofilA, U04 Farnam street.
TALKS OF CONVENTION DATE
t-asuaaa uoas Believes Coaafy
Reaablleaas Will Meat
lorltmtsT SO, '
Chairman Goes of th county central com
mltte think It probabl that th republi
can county convention will be on Saturday,
September 10, with the primarU th day
pravlou. Teeterday morning he said:
"I have no personal preference In dates
and have not had expression from other
members of the committee, but It Just oc
curs to me in glancing over the calendar
that as th usual deslr seems t be for a
dat late in September we will have to
slip la befor th Ak-Sar-Ben festivities,
which are to be on from September St to
October 4. W couldn't very wall hav th
convention on any of these ten days, and
particularly on th last Saturday, th $7th,
as that I believe is th dat of President
Roosevelt's visit. ' .
"I do not, of course, give thla as a
formal announcement, aa thar can be
nothing authoritative until th committee
has acted, but I expect to call It together
at a date so early that should It decide
upon September 20 there will stlH be th
necessary twenty day elapsing between
th Um of th call and th primaries.
So far as I know now, th commute will
b assembled Saturday. Auguat 2$.
"I have not been Informed of th plan
of th congreaslonal committee, tut If, as
I Infer, It Is not favorable t th Crawford
system, I don't see why one convention
shouldn't do the nominating of both tlcketa
and save th cost of an additional primary
which is quit an Item." '
An Important meeting of all ex-High
school cadets for Monday evening, T p. m.
Matters of great interest to be discussed.
LIEUT. COU KILKENNY.
Jolly Eight club's lively ball thla even
ing, Washington hall. Eighteenth and Har
ney streeta. Fin orchestra. A grand
good time for you. Goats, 26o. Welcome.
TAKING UP THE BRIDGE CASE
peclal Caaaaalttea Investigate
Work Daae fcy Drake
Th special commit consisting of
County Surveyor Edqulst, R. B. Howell and
Scott King, which la to Investigate th last
county board's traneactlona with Robert
Z. Drake for the construction of the bridge
at the county poor farm, which investiga
tion was put on foot In response to a re
quest from O'Keefle, met yesterday la
Edqulst' office and organised by aelectlng
Howell aa chairman. Next Monday It Is to
meet there again In open aesston and be
gin lta task, tbe first part of which will
be the examining of the Instruction which
th board ai proved at th heated meeting
pa Thursday of laat week. Later the In
vestigator wlU examine the bridge.
O'Keeffe waa not aatiaBed with the In
structions aal thla morning, he declined
the request of the other members that he
algn them. The Instructions require that
the committee ascertain If the bridge meet
th requirements of plana aad apeciflca
tlona that O'Keeffe intimates have been
manufactured since he started hla inveatl
gatloa aad that are signed by former Coin
mlsaloaer 11 ac tor. Th investigator eay
they will eaneldor no paper that does not
bear th tUaj stamp tit th count clerk.
Shirts, Underwear & Suspenders
Our men's furnishing roods buyer, while in New York.
closes out the sample lines of
goocis nouses in the United States. '
Saturday we give you the choice of all the fin sample Shirts
and men's Shirt Waists, mad with separate cuffs and attached
cuffs. They, are all high grade shirts, all thla season's
newest and latest materials and patterna, all alzes. ...........
50c Men's Summer Underwear 15c
Saturday your cholc of three hundred doxen men's sample
of summer Underwear, in plain colors, fancy strlpea and mer-
eerlxed silk stripes, all aises, ehlrti or
50c, 75c and $1
Saturday w place on sale 600 dozen
eluding th famous "Knothe" Suspenders
pender In the lot retails at 60c, and a
75c and $1.00 take your cholc Saturday
$2 Men's Hats for $1.00
Saturday for this one day enly we make
th moat eweeplng and generous clearance
( offer ever heard of. Take your choice of
any $1.60, $2.00 and $2.60 Felt Hat in stock
In eluding Stiff Hats, Golf and Pan
ama Fedora Hats all tba
. seaaon'a correct atyle
for thla one day at
Tour cholc of any Straw Hat la stock-.
In rough Jap, yacht sailor (
and Milan braid Q
JEALOUSY PROMPTS ASSAULT
Huttd Van Holdg Up Two Giila and Qirsi
Tham ITre Beating.
GIRLS SAY THEY CAN IDENTIFY BRUISER
Warrsst Oat for Amat of Esgeas
Tewaiead, Waea (ha Girls Ao
case of Havlaa- Comazlt
tea taa Asaaalt.
Billen and Florence Barker, th daughter
of J. N. Barker, 4810 Camden avenue1, were
assaulted and badly beaten by a masked
man, whom th girls said was Eugen
Townsend, Thursday night. Florence
Barker, who I II yeara of age. fainted after
being taken horn and is confined to her
room from th effect of th beating and
from nervous prostration cauaed by fright.
Miss Ellen Barker has a dangerous out in
her right eye, where th man struck her
In the face and broke her glasses, a pleo
of which went in her eye. A warrant haa
been issued for Townsend's srrest.
Th assault occurred at Fortieth and Fort
streets as. tbo girl were returning horn
alone. Th man jumped from the weeda
near the sidewalk and grabbed tbe elder of
tbe two girls, Ellen Barker, by th arm.
8h screamed for help and he struck her
in the face. Th blow brok her glasses.
- Strikes Her la taa Favee. .
Florence Barker acreamed and started to
run, when the man released th elder sis
ter and turned his attention to her. He
truck her several times In th face, black
ing both eyes and causing them to awell
almost shut. Her tace was also badly
By this time several of the resident of
th vicinity wer attracted by the scream
ing of the girls, and the man released the
younger sister, Jumped back in th weed
and mad hi escape. At the time he
grabbed the girls he wore a whit hand
kerchief ever the lower part of his face,
but in the scuffle this was torn partially
off and the slaters are sur their assailant
was Eugen Towniend.
On several occasions Townsend has at
tempted to force his attentlona on the elder
of tbe slaters, and as he had been repuleed
repeatedly It is believed his action was tbe
result of Jealousy. He is 21 years of age
and ' resides at Forty-second and Fort
streeta. He works at Armour's In South
Omaha. The girls told tb city prosecutor
that Townsend had attempted to aaaault
several of the girls of their neighborhood.
TO PREPARE FOR REUNION
Member of Araty at th Faillaaia
to Meet at City Ball
President Tom 8. Lamb of Camp William
Lewis of the Army of the Philippines haa
called a meeting of tbe member to be held
U the city hall Sunday afternoon, the pur
pose being to arrange for tbe reception
and entertainment of the delegatea to the
third annual reunion of the Society of th
Army of th Philippine, to be held in
Council Bluffs August II, 14 and 16. The
Spanish cannon, which was captured by
the membera of a Nebraska regiment near
Manila, haa been loaned to the otflcera of
the society by Mayor Moores and will be
on exhibition during the conventloa at th
A gar Cara (or Dlarraaaa.
Coming as It does. In the busiest season,
when a mis can leaat afford to loae time, a
sure and quick cur for diarrhoea la very
desirable. Anyone who ha given It a trial
will tell you that the quickest, surest and
most pleaaant remedy la use for this disease
la Chamberlala's Colic, ChoUra and Diar
rhoea Remedy. There la no loas of time
when It la uaed, aa one or two dose of it
will cur any ordinary attack. It never
falls, sot vea in th most sevsr and dan
Purchase of Alen's
i - i
one of the largest men's furnishing
Shirts for 50c
Suspenders for 25c
aampl Suspenders, In
th cheapest Sus
large proportion aell
$2 Ladies' Belts for 25c
A manufacturer's entire sample line of
ladies' Belts. ' Over GO style to select
from. In th new Postillion effects, the
popular Shirt Waist Belt with silk tabs
and with oxidised harness buckles.
Beautiful Girdle Belta, the very latest
erase In the east, and o practical and
comfortable, in peau de sole, Loulslne and
peau de cyrne silk.
Fancy Silk Braid. Belts, with th new
auto ring faetening.
White 811k Braid Belta, with new pearl
trimmings and buckles to match.
Black Satin Ribbon Girdles, with smoked
pearl button trimming; also form-nttlng
Velvet Belts, with gold plate, oxidised and
silver plate buckles,
Nine-Inch ELanto Olrdles, with cut steel
buckle: also wide pleated Girdles, with
oxidised fancy buckles.
Tour choice of this entire lot,, worth up
to $2.00. for
GOING AT. A RAPID 1 PACE
Vessg Maw. frans ,-Mlaeoart . Betas;
' Ikcwa i Saaief Tricks at .
B. W. Gist f 'Cfalg. Mo., formerly of
Fall City, Nebv; complained to the pollc
Thursday morning that while Intoxicated
the night befor he had been robbed of
a diamond ring valued at 1700 and $10 In
cash. When Olst' realised that he had been
robbed It wa 8 o'clock Thursday morn
ing and h waa in bed at th Midland hotel,
with hla clothes still on. Ths register
showed that th room had been rented to
J. D.,Will!oti. "
Olst was still Intoxicated when he com
plained to the police and eould not re
member being out with anyone, but did re
rrember that . he had been to 1709 Cali
fornia atreet. . Detectives . Drummy and
Mitchell went, to that address yesterday
and there recovered the ring and money
from A. Bchwenk, who Informed them that
Olst had been to hla room th night befor
and that he' had taken the property
In-order to keep Olst from, being robbed.
He bad then secured him a room at the
Midland hotel and paid for It. He did not
explain why. he registered Olst tinder an
assumed nam, ' Tb property was returned
Olst recently received $60,000 from the
estate of a relative and haa been seeing tbe
world. Two weeks sgo he was sent to
Omaha by hla guardian. Banker Kellogg
of Falls City, for treatment by Dr. Lord.
He has been atopping at the Union hotel
and Thursday night left there after first
depositing with the clerk all hie valuables
except hi ring and $10. Testerday he
wa taken to Dr. Lord's office by the. offi
cers and during the absence of th doctor
he' made hla escape aad waa found only
after several hours' search
Beats. AH Its Rivals.
No eelve, lotion, balm or oil can com
par with Bucklen's Arnica Salve for heal
ing. It kill pain. Cure or no pay. 25o.
A meeting of the Union Veteran Repub
lican club la hereby called for Saturday,
Auguat t. 1901, at o'clock p. m. Red
man's hall. Continental block. Members
urgently requeated to attend. By order
. W.. C. M'LEAN, Secretary.
UNEASY ABOUT THEIR WAGES
Caaatr Officiate Observe that Geaerat
Faai flaaa Law at aa
- Early Data.
The county commissioner are nrenarlne
to pass at Saturday s meeting another ap
propriation aheet to carry $12,666.81. Thi
will reduce th amount remaining ef th 85
per cent of the general fund to only about
137,000 ud, aa too salaries for each of th
remaining ten month of the year will be
about $S,0C0, the county employe grew un
easy yesterday ; and County Clerk Harry
u. unr Dacseu unairman normal into a
corner to find out bow th board propose to
Us ear ef the county fore after that
amount la exhausted. Tbe chairman stated
that he thought this appropriation sheet will
be tbe last on which general fund warrants
will be drawn and paid this year and that
the $87,000 and wbat la collected In old taxes
and on the 16 per cent of the present levy
will take ear of ta aalarles. For the other
debta that will accumulate the county will
have t glv warrant that will pile up some
mor of th 7 per cent interest accumulation
that la already a large factor in county ex
Th board haa Just been confronted with
a new problem. The Klupp-Bartlett Print
ing company has filed a claim of $120 for
Interest on aa amount the county haa owed
the firm sine laat fall, but for which tt
laeued no warrant until recently. John
Flyoa, a Beat a Omaha merchant, haa mad
similar claim. Chairman Hofeldt aaya that
the board has sever been asked befor to
pay Interest oa a bill uatil th warrant was
Issued aad a dee not know wbat will be
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sav a',' . In if
Your unrestricted choice of any
Straw Hat In the house no mat
ter if it is marked $1.50, $1.25
or $1.00. We are determined
to clean them out. We don't in
tend to carry over a single -hat.
for fish net undershirts
for men's elastic
drawers worth 75c
1 Cc or men's fine fancy
1VJ worth 25c.
for men's fine full stock leather
lined belts worth 50c,
Cat for men's coatless suspenders
kJ worth 50c. j
fttp for men's fine madras shirts, de-
"-' tached collars, worth 75a
Away Up in G
In the estimation of the public Is our pure
and delicious Mets beer. It has preserved
the strength of weak and run down In-
vaiiaa and of nursing mother during
m uci iuii nam guinea a nign place
in their regard for the beverage that
cheer and Inviaroratea. . N
this pure and strengthening tonlo without
'"! s"w cueciB in a snort time.
Aletz Bros. Brewing Co.,
Telephone 119, Omaha. .
Or Jacob Neumayer, Agt, car Neumay
Hotel. Council Bluffs, la.
"A Parly With Kclsody to I!"
'That' the way Omaha's street looked
yesterday. No big. rumbling meat pack
er' wagon gclng by, nor any wholesale
or retail grocery delivery wagons hurry
ing here nd there. MI8SOURI VALLEY,
hjvya, na in. wnm ouncn up mere, jour
trainloade of LUNCH BASKETS AND
KID8 AND PEOPLE, and many of those
people told the natives how much money
they could cave If they bought their drug
needs at -buhakckh a cut price
DRUG STORE down to Omaha." . This
tells how SEND UB TOUR MAIL OR
DERS, MISSOURI VALLEY.
11.00 Peruna 67b
$1.00 Parlxlan Hair Tonlo (guaranteed) TSo
$l.W Iler'e Malt Whiskey 6So
$1.0 Duffy's Malt WhlBkey ...'. 72o
1.00 Cramer'a Kidney Cur (guaran
25c Cascarets 20c
2&c Laxative uromo uuinine l!o
2ta Carter's Little Liver Fills ; 10c
12.00 Pennyroyal Pill $1 00
li.oo Bexine mis 75c
U.BO Marvel Whirling Snrav 8vrlnra...x3 ss
PX3 nyrup r igs, lauiornia
S5o Genuine (Jastorla
OPEN ALL NIGHT. '
Tel. T4T, I. W. Car. lta aaa Chicago.
Her 1 something new and Una, mad
In California', from selected apricots. Just
th thing for ic, punche and sherbets.
Quarts, $1.25. Don't forget our excel
lent table claret at 75c a gallon. Thla Is
a pure claret, but la light and for table
ua. W are sole wholesale distributers
of th famous Excelsior Springs (Mo.)
mineral waters. Regent and Sulpho-Sallne;
also a full line of ginger ales, etc Re
member, ther la no bar in this store
nnlv orirlnal packages sold. Ladles can
shop her with perfect propriety.
Omaha's only Exclusive
OMAHA VIEW IMPROVEMENTS
Realateat af tha Dlatrlet Meetlaaj
with Saecess la Orcaaised
At the last meeting of tha Omaha View
Improvement club short speeches were made
by R. B. Carter, J. N. westoerg, jona 1.
Cithers, Charles Johnson and others. The
club Is increasing its. membership rapidly
and la encouraged In Its work, having se
cured three arc lights. Or alarm and po
lo patrol boxes, snd an officer detailed at
night for the Omaha View dlatrlct. Aa ef
fort la being made to have tbe street :ar
Hue extended on Thirty-third street to
Mapl'e street, the street having been opened
with that Improvement in view.
Eam'l Burns Is selling a porcelain dinner
et, 100 pieces, $9 75. '
The following birth and death were
reported at the otlWa of the Hoard of
Health during lb twenty-four houra ending
Mirths r'red Zlnke. t324 North Twenty-
fourth street, girl; William T. ZelufT, 1118
South Seventh street, girl; Frank Tbomaa,
Ijm Grant street, girl.
isih ("hrietln Siernann. Twenty-fourth
and Fort atreete, aged yre.
meS's tivas hoes all sizes
1 t j
August I la 14, 23, 24, SO end Gf.
. fUfurn limit Gctcbcr 31.
Utah aad th
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WANTED-lloom Wanted, Room Wanted,
; When we want anything real badly we usually ret it. .We want room t ..-i.
fall goods, y i j .
B2S?' ."tStlJl. ' H2'e,?,pun y,w7"
breasted eulta, VHl'uea up to af! nE "iT..8"' wJt Suits, sixes 10 and
$-room-maklng prloe............JyO . 17.60 values , , gj j.q
Girls' Wash Dresses 20 per cent off.
Straw Hats S3 1-8 per cent off and many other bargain.
Thla roommaklng aale will make for us many new customer and cheer up th aid
onest. .tfUr. RECEIVED A big lot of Boys'. Girls' and Misses' Sweater.
NUW LOCATION 151B
Look before You
1 ONIMOD" 1 oa th ho.
- If It ' I, go ahead tha shoe la all
right We fit our shoes to your feet,
and guarantee that they will look bet
ter, feci better and wear better than
any other shoe you can buy In the
city. Our $3.60 shoe equal any $5.00
ho old at ordinary shoe stores.
Prle Always f3.50 aad 3.BO.
203 South 15th St.
MAirr tr tbb ieautipul
half to::e cuts
ti:e illustrated1 dee
treat time to Um are for aal at th
publication offie all in good eondl
Ua lew prices.
' vwt Ul' '
for men"s silk shield bows
for men's fancy colored border
handkerchiefs worth 10c.
OEJp for "Mothers' Friend'' 'shirt
&kJ waists for boys, wprth 50c.
' ' ' 7 ' ' .
2 0 O f or men'8 vicl kid shoes,' styl
XJ V i8h lasts. worth $3.00. ..
I'" C.1 for youths' satin calf shoes, '
Bizea 13$ to 2, worth $2.' '
1Qf for men's vici oxfords, cool and
neat, worth f3.
our low rates
- ! ' Bo5r' w"h Bult Pr cent off.'
DOICLAH &KW LOCATION.
On of th best equipped f th Keeier system af lBstitatsa, G
only Kealey Institute In Nebraska. Cares Drunkeaness. Cera
. Drug TJsara.' Booklet trea, Addrws all letters to TX4 fl. lMh,
Homo Treatment for Tobacco Habit, coct S9
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Does Yecr Bey Vjsr Shses?
If he doe w can lit hla and ault
him here Drex L. Bhoomaa always
expects the boys on Saturday and Is
prepared to flt to thrlr feet a shoe at
$1.0 that has never been quallod
anywhere else for sear th money
Made of good, honest leather, with
'a good, heavy sol that will stand th
hard knock that a good, lively boy
will giv them W tak as much
car la fitting these $i.co eboea as w
do any ahoe In th (tor. 1
Oaaaha's I'a-te-aate Shea Haas,
l4i v Ann am strsbit.
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