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, THE OMAHA TiA
third Hero is a MONEY-SAVING OPPORTUNITY Iti floor covering
floor that has never been excelled.
9Xirf h'S1- oT19 RUg8 Q A ft A the brok "tock lQ our Velvet QCn
north flo.OO, at .... ...V.iO Carpets go at, yard . OOC
0x12 Brussds Itugs-worth 18.00, yr QO Heavy grade of Drusselg, 3G-in. wide, fast 07t
at AW.VO colors, per yard C
We will close out all our 2 and 3-pair lota of Fine Lace
Curtains at less than cost.
Lot 1 contains all the $3.00 and $4.00 cur
tains, price to close, per pair
1QC Lot 2 includes all the curtains, worth from O C
. J J 4.oo to f7.00, at, per pair O.OU
Monday is Special Bargain Day
1612 & 'HARNEY STS.
lit" II Y W Ji ii
in the Jewelry Dept.
Quadruple Plated Tea Bet, five pieces,
bright burnished or satin en- A HE
graved, worth $11, choice..... ..VO
Fickle Castors, In colora, with 1 in
tongs, choice l,JyJ
Butter Dishes, handsomely engraved,
worth IS.OO, tomor- a
row i It49
Cake Baskets, crimped g:mj
Nut Bowla, cold
B?rr? Bowla, worth
c?ker J"rg- w,t" cover, worth
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Aiother Propciitien for tin Furchua of
NEIGHBORING RESIDENTS IN THE DEAL
Caralry Troop IarlteA to Participate
la Mancavcra at Fort Riley
TweatyFoarta Street Parla
nepalra Nearly Dose.
Now there comes another proposition for
the purchase of Syndicate park. Thla time
Attorney A. L. Sutton la at the head of
the movement. He atated to a Bee re
porter last night that about thirty prop
erty ownera In the vicinity of the park had
been talking the matter over and they
bad practically agreed 'to make an at
tempt to raise tunda for the purchase of
, the park.
It will be remembered that a number of
years ago, when lota near the park were
being sold. It was given out that the park
would be open to the public, but after
the property had been disposed of the park
waa fenced Since that time several plana
have been submitted to the ownera of the
park, regarding the opening to the publlo
' of thla tract of laud. All of theee have
been declined, and as the city Is In no
position to take bold of the matter at thla
time, the property owners In the vicinity
have been trying to devise wave and means
to secure the grounds.
The plan la so far incomplete, but It
Includes the Incorporation of a company by
a certain number of people residing near
the park. When this la done funda will
be rataed, so Mr. Sutton states, to pur
chase the park. After the deal la consum
mated the park will be used aa a private
' park by the Incorporators.
la order that the cltlsens of South Omaha
may have use of the grounds when da-
, sired. It haa been suggested that thla tea
be arranged, providing the municipal au
thortt tea will station a pollcemaa oa the
grounds at night. Thla la all. Mr. Button
. aaya. that will be asked of the authorlttea.
A meeting le to be held at Mr. Sutton's
office thla week to confer about this matter,
lavltee Hollaaa's Troops.
Adjutant General Colby hae aeat orders
i to Captain W. l Holland, commanding the
South Omaha Cavalry troop, iuairuviluo his
to take a vote of the men and ascertaia
whether the troops deairea to go to Fort
' Riley, Kan., to participate la the military
. maneuvers. This notice from Oeneral Colby
- kaa been poeted oa the bulletin board at
the troop armory and will doubtless be
Knives and Forks,
Spoons, Ladles, Etc.
Beat k 1 triple plate Knives and Forks, 11
pieces, guaranteed to wear, to-
One dosen best A 1 triple plat 4 7fi
extra finish Table Spoons
One doxen best A 1 triple plata BE
plain flnlsh Table Spoons , I.OO
One dosen beat A 1 triple plata QO
Teaapoona, axtra finish V7(7W
One dozen best A 1 triple plate 4Qr
Teaapoona, plain finish ,
Sugar Spoons and Butter Knlvea, 25C
Beet quality triple plata Meat "TRo.
Fork, only, each - w
Best quality triple plata Berry TOc
Bpoona, each I
Best quality triple plata Gravy 7 Am
Best quality triple plata Soup a flQ
Ledlee, each......:. .. I.VO
Finest solid German ailver Mesh Purses, ex
ceedingly pretty tops, Worth A OH
WW, go at .. 4.0D
A new line of finely finished gold filled
gents' Fobs, In ajllk and leather, at the fot-
8i.Tinf2.wy(JoICM: SC: '"V
In our SPECTACLE AND OPTICAL DE
KAK'l Mun i' mere wiii be e&uert uuiiva
to test your eyes FREE, TOMORROW.
German Silver Spectacles, fine en
lenses, worth $1.60 OUC
Steel, nickel plated, good lenaea, ORn
worth 7bc ijC
tOOpalrs Speotacles, worth 60e, IOC
And other grades up to 'm.00. ,
In Our Shoe Department
If you wish to shoe yovr beys and girh with such shoes as will not give you any care for the nevt few months,
at W. R. Dennett Co. 'e Shoe Department under the balcony. See the prices of some that will wear.
storm calf bale, with double extension soles,
nice neat ahapa and still very strong
Boys' box calf bale, with double extension aoles. High
school cap, dressy, but a wearer
Misses' dongola lace, patent tip, low heel, extension soles 1.25
We male a specialty of good durable shoes for boys and girls. Everything we sell is guaranteed.
our superb Harney street
acted upon at a meeting to be held en
. In case the troop deciles thai it la not
adviaable to go to Fort Riley at thla time
of the year. It la understood that an effort
will be made to have the commissioned
officers and aa many of the non-commla.
aloned officer as possible present on the
day when President Roosevelt will review
the troops In camp.
Cashier Bostwlek Retaraa.
H. C. Boatwlck, cashier of the South
Omaha National bank, returned Friday
from an extended western trip. While
away he looked over his ranchea, located
near Sheridan, VYyo., and then went oa to
Dome lake and other resorts in the vicin
ity. In speaking of the cattle condltlona
to a reporter for The Bee yeaterday Mr.
Bostwlek said that the range graae wa
fine and that cattle were In excellent con
dition. He predlcta heavy ahlpmenta to
this market from thla time on until the
range shipping eeaaoa closes. "The coun
try in the northwest." said, Mr. Boatwlck,
"never looked better tbaa It doea at the
preeent time, and ranchmen are not only
prosperous now, but look forward to a good
aeasoa next year."
Kaasaiaatlea Papera Filed.
An order wee recently leaned by the
Board of Education to place all examina
tion papcra of the teachers en file. This
haa been done for the first time la the
history of the city, and now all of the
teachnra who took the examination in
June may find their papera neatly bound
and on file In the office of Superintendent
Heretofore the examining committee
merely made a report to the teachers' com
mittee, giving the standing of thoae who
passed the examination. Thla was not
considered satisfactory and ao It waa de
cided to have the examining; board mark
every paper and file the aame. Theee have
been placed la alphabetical erder and
bound in canvaa covers. The papera are
open to the Inspection of the publlo upon
City Engineer Beal aald yeeterday after
noon that the repalra te the Twenty
fourth atreet pavement were praotically
completed. On the west aide of the street
(67 yards of concrete was laid, while oa
the east side It took only 314 yards to place
the street la a paasabls condition. The
cost of the repalra thla year amounts to
11,751. In IIW the cost of repairu was
ll.0; In 1900. fl.124; In 101. l,bg, and
this year. J1.7JI.
The original cost of the pavement to the
taxperere waa I110.M7. Thla waa laid In
tha years Ukl a as The bid for the
work waa 13.77 per square yard. At for
the repavlng of the atreet the eaglneer
thinks It U1 be cheaper for the city to
fV W. R. BENNETT CO.'S
Big Dry Goods Bargains
5,000 yards Garter Elastic, black, white
and fancy colors, f and f inches
wide, worth up to 10c yard
our price per yard
Clearing up our stock of Summer Wash
Ties, white and colored, worth 1 Q f
up to 50c, our price -'
100 dozen Children's Black or Tan, all
sizes, fine ribbed and fast colors, worth'
15c pair our price 10c a pair, OCp
or three pairs for Jw
Two specials in Ladies' Wash Shirt
Waists plain colors and white, chambrays,
dimity, Swiss and percales, all sizes
Lot No. 1, each, 39c
Lot No. 2, each, 89c
BARGAIN CIRCLE, Main Floor.
We have just received another lot of
"THE PERFECTION SKIRT SUP
PORTERS." This is attached to the
belt and holds tip the skirt, made of
black corded ribbon with buckle and
clasp; will not tear the skirt
our price each kJVJk
Boys' satin calf
Misses' vlct kid patent tip extension aoles, Just the
thing for school wear
Two-burner Gasoline Stove, regular price
Brooms 20c regular, tomorrow
Brooms 25c regular, tomorrow
appropriate about $1,000 a year to keep
the roadway In repair than It would be to
vote bonda and lay an entirely new pave
ment. Want Rosebad Usd.
Another delegation of South Omaha peo
ple propose starting within a tew das
tor South Dakota for the purpose of tak
ing up land on the Rosebud agency. Dr.
McCrann and his party returned about ten
daya ago and succeeded In filing on some
desirable claims. Slnoe that time a couple
of doien property ownera here have gone
to Chamberlain, 8. D., for the purpose of
looking over the ground. New there Is
another list made up and a acore or more
have aenl to Dr. McCrann for Information.
It la figured that South Omaha people will
be largely lntereated In South Dakota
lands before the area allotted by the gov
ernment le exhausted.
Hospital Aeeoelattoa Batortalansaat.
A aeries of entertainments will be given
under the auspices of the ladlee of the hos
pital association August 18. 29 and 10.
Friday evening Mlaa Bertha Clarke. South
Omaha's popular elocutionist, will pre
sent two Interesting comedies, "Which la
Which?" and "Mr. Boh." The easts are
composed of the following popular young
people: Fred Conroy. Our Roberta,
Leonard Legro, Eunice Ensor, Nellie Enser,
Edith Orey, Adam Cox, Roy Towle, James
Duncaneon. Mlssee Oeneva Oarlow, Alia
Ollchrsst, Nora Smith. Delia Clarke; spe
cialties. Master Roland Ensor and Mar
Maglo City Coaslp.
James J. Fitagereld baa gone north for a
few daye' atay.
Mlaa Gertrude Parkhurat haa gone to
Iowa to visit frienda.
F E Houseman Is In the west looking
after bualneae intereata
Miss Amelia Allen la home from a visit
with frienda at Sioux City.
Mra. O. K. Paddock, la back from a vlalt
with friends at Perclval. la
Mlsa Ruth Turner la home from the east,
wbre aha apent her vacation.
Mra. Carey of Neligh. Neb., waa the guoat
laat week of Mra. A. A. Thurlow.
Mra. W. U Holland returned laat night
from a six weeks' tour ot Colorado.
Rev. C. C. Smith will occupy the pulo't
at the Methodist church thla morning.
Barrett at Co., undertaken and embalm
ers. 4lh at N Sta. Always open. Tel. 10J.
Mra. John Cox, Twenty-eecohd and N
Streets, haa been Quite alck for two weeka.
Rev. George Van Winkle will preach thla
forenoon at 11 o'clock at the Baptist church.
Orln . Merrill haa gone back to Pueblo,
Colo., after a week'e stay with hie parents
A son haa been born to Mr. and Mra.
C Vv. Bander iii Kuiih taenty-uiih
Thomas Hortor returned yeeterday from
Iowa, where he went to look after buainesa
The members of tha elty church cholre
and all singers In the rlty have been In
vited te meet Mr. Colbura at the United
MONDAY we will place on sale all our
Fine Imported Dimities, French Mull
and Satin Striped Zephyrs, in all the
new fancy stripes and patterns worth
up to 50c yard, will be closed i ffy
out at per yard IvL
36-inch All Linen Suitings, elegant qual
ity and all desirable colors, QQp
worth 65c yard, at
All our Fancy Silk, Ginghams, Ribbon
52-inch, Heavy Double Fleeced Table
Padding, worth 40c yard,
54-inch Heavy Quality Table Padding.
The only Table Padding free
from lint worth fl yd., at OL
34-inch All Wool Fine Quality Silk Em
broidered White Flannel, worthy Qn
65c yard at per yard HrOL
34-inch extra quality, handsomely em
broidered White Flannel, worthfC t"j
85c yard, at
bals. with double extension tolas,
2.95 Monday.. 2.20
Presbyterian church at 1 o'clock thla after
noon. Arrangements are being made for some
Interior lmprovementa to the First Metho
Frank Spear, the N street mail carrier,
will return to duty Tueaday, after a two
Mlaa Grace Megrem of Red Oak, la.,
apent last week here, the guest of Miss
Captain D. & Parkhurat haa been called
to Broken Bow, Neb., by the aerloua III
neaa ot.a. brother.
Mra. P. J. Johneon haa returned home
from a two months' stay with friends and
relatives In Wisconsin.
The Insurance adjusters have paid the
claim for tha damage done ty lightning to
the First Methodist church.
Mlsa Carrie Clark, ona of tha teachers In
the publio achoois, returns today from the
weat, where ehe epent her vocation.
Mra.' George H. Brewer and daughter
have returned home after a visit of aeveral
weeks with friends at Davenport, la,
Zack Cuddlngton came In from Ottumwa,
la., yeaterday evening and will put In a
few daya here looking after hla property
Robert Baldwin and alstar Deadamona re
turned home yesterday, after a few daya'
visit with Misa Uoldle Johneon, Thirteenth
and O atreeta. ,
Kdltor Merrill of the Presbyterian eays:
"The Agitator Is on the road and wtU re
veal some wonderful atatementa In regard
to the petition for Sabbath desecration."
George Mllo, for aeveral yeara past man
ager of Armour's wholesale and retail
markets here, severed hie connection with
tha company lust night, after giving a
week'a notice, and will go west, where ha
will engage In buainesa with hla brother.
NOT A HOT SHOT AT LYON
Presldeat's Reproval of Teaaa Rcpa.
lleaae Hot Aimed at Coaa
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. Aug. 21. The
friends ot Cecil A. Lyon, chairman of the
republican state committee ot Texas, are
considerably exercised over the recent an
nouncement ot tha prealdent that ha wished
to warn tha republicans of tha south that
It they wanted anything from him they
would have to get out and aecure votea in
stead of getting delegatea to. republican
national convections, and looking for fed
eral offlcea. i
Judging from a dispatch received aboard
the train today the friends of Mr. Lyon seem
to think that he waa made the special ob
ject ot the preeldent'a ultimatum and waa
held responsible for the political quarrel
la Texaa, but thla was found to be Incorrect,
the president saying that bis remarks ap
plied te all.
ladlaaa Will Meet at last,
TTNDALU S. D.. Aug. 21 (Special.)
The great Indian convocation will meet this
year at Saatee. Neb. It la expected that
from 1.&00 ta 1,KK Indiana will be present.
Chintzes, Lace Striped i
Lrench Batistes in a great variety of
colors and patterns, worth '"JQri
75c vard. at OVv,
30c regular, tomorrow
35c regular, tomorrow
House Paint, regular price 1.10,
AWAIT COMING OF THE KING
Visit of Vloter Emmanuel to Germany to Be
AFFAIR ENTIRELY OF SOCIAL NATURE
While Disarmament Fropoaala Hay Be
Dtaeaaaed tbe Yesag Monarch la
imply Kaklaf First Call .
I'poa Hla Frlead.
BERLIN, Aug. It. Gilded masta sur
mounted by evergreen crowns are being aet
up along Voter dea Linden In preparation
of tha entrance into Berlin or King Victor
Emmanuel ot Italy on Thursday next.
The Uater den Linden midway la being
bordered throughout Ita length by large
rows of potted greenery. The program for
tha king's entertainment, which Includes
receptions, state dinners and a gala per
formance at the opera, ends on Saturday
with the great fall parade ot troops on the
The object of King Victor Emmanuel's
visit, as explained at the Italian embassy.
Is that the young king la aimply making
hla first call, elnce hla acceealoa, upon hie
friend, the emperor; that such was tha
only purpose of his visit to Russia and
that It la Quite probable that the king will
vlatt France next year.
Austria la not likely to be visited by King
Emmanuel for the reaeon that Emperor
Francis Joseph never returned the lata
King Humberts visit to Vienna, because
he wished to avoid oavindlng the Vatican by
aeeiag King Humbert In Rome.
Aa King Victor Emmanuel on his visit
to Berlin will be attended by the Italian
premier, Slgnor Zanardelll, the relations
between Italy and Oermany will naturally
be dlacuMed, but anything approaching
negotiatlona with a definite object, growing
out of the question of King Victor Em
manuel'a dlaarmament proposala, are for
thr emperor'a personal ear and are not
official, and the frultlessnsss of making
them la already well understood by the
As for the rest, the Berllaers are looking
forward to a brilliant show and officialdom
aatlelpatea a wearisome aerlea of fuactlone
which it must attend.
ST. PAUL'S MUST BE MENDED
Voaadatloa at Faaaoaa Loadaa Cathe
dral lasers frosa Eisavatlsa for
LONDON, Aug. 21 A full report la ex
pected soon from Corners Clarke, tbe ar
regular price of 15c a cake, for only 10c a cake while it lasts.
This is good news for all the household, from baby to
grandma. Good news for baby, because it surely and quickly
cures all forms of summer eruptions, hives, rash, chafing and
prickly heat. ,. Good news for sister and mother because it will
preserve the creamiest' complexions and cure all kinds of facial
blemishes. Good news for father and brother because it soothes
the skin while shaving, and is the best shampoo known, eradicat
ing dandruff and relieving itching and burning scalps. Good
news for grandma because it makes hard or harsh skins soft and
gives the glow of youthful freshness.
Yes, THIS SALE OF MUNYON'S WITCH HAZEL SOAP
AT IOC A CAKE will surely be welcomed by all the family, for
either as a medicine for the skin or as a toilet luxury that is fast
supplanting the high-priced imported soaps it has do equal.
Better come early per cake, 10c.
aJs DECORATED FINE CHINA Salads.'
Berry Bowls, Frutt Compotes and Cake Plates, choice for. . .35c
Table assortment of Extra Fine Fruit and Fancy Tlates,
values cut deep, choice for 12c
Decorated China Chocolate Pots : 50c
Decorated China Sugar and Creams 30c
Decorated China Syrup Cans 25c
Decorated China Tea Cups and Saucers 10c
English, Print Set of six '. .42c
Crystal Fruit Bowls I0c
Peerless Table Crystal Wares pyrj
Mason 2-QUART JARS,
riViM J SPECIAL
A few 3 cent specials for . Monday
r..6pT. 3c T
Three-arm Towel Rack
22c Over stock of Lawn Mowers
26c biff reduction for Monday sales
tomorrow 76c at hardware dept. in everything.
of "Sunny Japan'
chitect In charge of St. Paul's, but there
seems to be small question, In spits ot tha
denials of the dean, that the chapter Is
seriously worried over the condition ot the
cathedral, the foundations ot which have
been weakened by bad draining, coupled
with extensive excavations In connection
with tbe tube railroads and other sub
surface work. It Is said on good author
ity that prompt and extenelve repalra, es
timated to cost 11.100.000, are Imperative
to Insure the safety of the historic build
ing. As the cathedral authoritlea are de
cidedly pressed for funds it Is not Improb
able that tbe public may be appealed to.
CORONATION" CROWD LEAVES
None Left of the VIsltloaT Potentates
that Crowded and Amaard
LONDON, Aug. 21. King Lewenika has
departed for bla kraal in Barotxeland,
northwestern Rhodesia, with many Im
pedimenta, one ot the most cherished Items
of which consists ot six silk bats. Ras
Makonnen, the Abyssinian general. Is' also
homeward bound. Among bla baggage Is
a big balloon. The Indian princes have
disappeared, and with the departure ot
the shah ot Perala, Monday, London will
bo bereft of Ita laat show visitor.
Ths West end of London, from a so
ciety point of view, Is a desert. The
members of tbe royal family, tbe cabi
net ministers and tbe foreign diplomats
are scattered, and all tboae with money
enough to enable them to do ao have fled
to the moors, rivers or various conti
nental health resorts. Twenty-one West
end clubs, aggregating a membership of
nearly 10,000, are closed for renovation
and the shuttered houses of Msyfalr add
to the general gloominess. There la talk,
however, of a "second season," commen
cing In September, with tha reopening ot
Parliament and the return ot King Ed
ward to town.
The ahah haa been tbe object of much
attention on tha part of the newspapers
for a week past. The round of entertain
ments provided for him included every
thing ot a light and ahowy character, from
a visit to the waxworka to a big review of
artillery at Woolwich, while the short In
tervals were filled up with coaversatlona
oa political matters, such aa Russian at
tempts to aecure porta on tbe Persian
gulf, the fulfillment of which would ne
cessitate large additions to the British
Beet in Indian watera.
The Perelan'a jewela were an unending
aource of gossip. A jewel merchant who
waa present at tha shah's reception Tues
day estimated that if the geme the mon
arch waa then wearing were put up at
auction they would fetch II.750,CHg.
Tbe last of the Indian potentates, the
Witch Hazel Soap
for 10c cake
The Great Skin and Scalp Remedy
Makes Mother and Baby Sweet as Roses.
Here's good news! Munyon's Witch
Hazel Soap, that is marvclously cheap at Iti
Table of bargains:
CPTPriTUn TfrTT?T A T. A ttgttjt a V
$ dosen Clothes Pins
1 dosen Plcnto Platea
maharajah of Jaipur, aalled for hla home
Friday, though officially he commenced hla
journey homeward by deputy on Monday.
It la customary for the maharajah before .
etarting on more Important journeya to con
sult the etate astrologlst aa to whether
the planeta are favorable. The astrologer
advised the mabarajah'a departure Monday,
but aa it waa inconvenient to do ao, the '
maharajah determined to trick the planeta
and deputized bla aide-de-camp and aome 4
membera of hla suite to start and await him '
Tbe maharajah haa caused London host
esses endless confusion by having the name
of. hla apeclal god printed on hla visiting .
cards above hla own name. Various amart ,
women were hurt by not receiving answera j
to their invitations until it waa discovered'
losi loer Din uvea kuui viiru iw iui suit :
Instead of to the maharajah. ' . j
The embarkation of tha maharajah's bag- i
gage at Dover caused a aenaatloa among j
the provincials, especially tha removal from i
the train to tbe ateamer of an Image ot'
Buddha and copper vessels containing aa- '
cred Gangea water, which waa carried out ;
by the priests of the eulte with great oere-;
modal. Among the maharajah's baggage'
were a bicycle, a horae and a email tricycle.
Increase TralBo Faellltlea.
ABERDEEN. 8. D.. Aug. 22. (Special.) '
A party of Milwaukee officials were here
th'a week looking over their terminal fa
ellltlea for the handling of their extension
business at thla point. They decided to put
on an extra awttch engine and crew, also
improve their present facilities.
Sftomniaciu Indigestion la of ten caused by over
eating. An eminent authority aayg
tha barm done thus exceeds that from
the excessive use of alcohol. Eat all
tbe good food you want but don't over
load tbe stomach. weak stomach
may refuse to digest what you eat.
Then you need a good dlgestant Ilk
Kodol, which digests your food with
out the stomach's aid. This rest and
tbe wholesome tonics Kodol contains
soon restore health. Dieting unneces
sary. Kodol quickly relieves tbe feel
log of fulness and bloating from
which soma people sutler after meals.
Absolutely cures Indigestion.
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