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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, - OCTOBER 23, 1902.
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KELLEY. ST1GER & CO. christen the new armory
Thurston Rifles Ulr the Klrst
Special Sale of Perfect Titting and ThoT
(Highly Well Made
HOSIERY AND UNDFRWEAR.
Perles of Their Winter
At Priori hat Will Astonish Too-
Don't Fall to Attend This ala
Stor Oprn tntll 0i30
LADIES' FANCY STRIPED and DOTTED
FINE CpTTON HOSE, German manufac
ture, special 25c; regular 40c.
liadles' plain black cotton hose, high-
spliced heel, double sole, alio real maco
double aole, special 25c.
Ladles' black ribbed top cotton hose, gen
uine Hermsdorf dye and epllt foot, special
35c, 3 for $1.00.
Ladles' high novelty lisle hose, fancy top
and embroidered boot patterns and elegant
novelty stripes, special GOo a pair.
CHILDREN'S FAST BLACK RIBBED
t HOSE, double heel, toe and sole, medium
and heavyweights, all sixes. Zjc a pair.
LADIES' RIBBED MEDIUM WEIGHT and
FLEECED UNDERWEAR, vests, pants and
tights, In ecru, cream and gray, thoroughly
well made and perfect fitting, real bargains
at GOc each.
LADIES' MUNSINO FLEECED UNION
SUITS, open front and open across bust, In
ecru and gray, garments that will wear and
fit well, special $1.00 each.
LADIES' MUNSINO PLATED WOOL
UNION SUITS, half-open fronts and open
across bust, special $1.00 each.
Ladies whits Swiss ribbed wool union
suits, medium weight, soft finished, a very
comfortable garment, special $1.60 each.
LADIES' STERLING FINE WOOL UNION
SUITS, new shaped front, opens at the
shoulder, also straight open front, ribbed
shaped waist and ribbed cuff, finest fitting
garments made, extra values at $3.00, $3.75
and $4.50 each.
KELLEY, STIGER & CO.,
Corner Farnam and Fifteenth Streets.
The Thurston Rifles opened their series
Of winter dances and formally christened
their new armory at 1810 Harney street
at evening. The dance was a formal one
and the members of the guards were re
splendent In full dress uniforms. Nearly
150 couples were present.
Much of the evening wss taken up In
exhibiting the new quarters. A new hard
wood floor has been laid; parlors and smok
ing rooms fitted up and a library Installed.
Olsen's orchestra furnished the music last
evening. The hall was effectively draped
with flags and accoutrements of war. The
success of the entertainment was largely
due to a committee, comprised of Messrs.
Lowe, Walters, Parker, Taylor and Clem
ens. Two dances a month, one Informal
and one full dress, will bo given throughout
the season. ,
FAIR EXAMPLE0F PROSPERITY
Hawaii Is Sold to Bo Richest Com
Diinilrln the World for Its
Walter C. Weedcn, representing1 the Hon
olulu Chamber of Congress and the Mer
chants' association of tha same city. Is In
Omaha on a trip to the United States for
the purpose of acquainting the people of
this country with the last peaceful terri
torial acquisition of the United States.
"We have a population of 160,000 people
on the islands," said Mr. Weeden, "and
are sending to the federal treasury over
$1,327,000 a year In customs collected on the
Islands. The United States paid off $4,000,-
000 of our public debt at the time the
Islands were annexed and we will repay
that money with interest In three years.
We paid for tho transportation of freight
last year $1,500,000 to owners of American
shlpB. This Is more than $4,000 a day, and
I venture to say that no other community
In the world can equal that showing. We
are the richest community on earth accord
ing to population. In the five years fol
lowing tho Inauguration of the republic we
Invested In new enterprises $31,000,000, of
which $26,000,000 wss raised on the Islands.
"Hawaii asks from congress three things:
Indemnification to those who suffered from
the fire which resulted from an attempt of
the Board of Health to destroy certain con-
- laminated buildings, the damage amounting
to about $1,600,000; permission to Import a
comparatively small number of Chinese to
be used as farm laborers exclusively and
protection to our copper Industry either
through protective tariff or by a bounty on
Our people. In taking out Are insurance,
should not forget the Nebraska Mercantile
Mutual Insurance company, the home com
pany, with offices at 315 South 16th St.,
Omaha, Neb., C. L. Smith, manager. This
oompany has always done a good business
In Omaha, issues the best of policies and
saves some on cost to the assured.
The German-American Republican club
will hold an Important meeting at Ger
manla hall Saturday evening, October 25,
at 8 o'clock. Member are urgently re
quested to attend.
ROBERT O. FINK. President.
MAX FEIERMANN, Secretary.
You'll find what yon want at the big store
of Hayden Bros. Read the ad. on page 7.
Wright wrongs no man. Wright's old
fashioned buckwheat flour is pure.
Pure lS-k wedding rings, Edholm, Jeweler.
CASADY IS HELD FOR TRIAL
Treasurer of Vermont Savins Bank
Appears as the Complain! nw
Jsmes N. Cassady Jr., arrested some time
ago for embezzling $5,000 from the White
River Savings bsnk of White River Junc
tion, Vt., wss yesterday bound over to
the district court In the sum of $2,500 by
Police Judge Berks. Alfred Watson, treas
urer of the banking company, was the com
plaining witness. He testified that he had
aent Casady $5,000 to loan for the bank, and
Instead of doing so, Casady had appropri
ated the funds to his own use. No evidence
was Introduced by the defense.
At the Boyd.
Amelia Bingham's company In "A Modern
Mafrdaier, a tnree-act play oy iiaddon
Chambers, presented for the first time In
Omaha by the following cast:
Hiram Jenkins, the father.. W. J. Ferguson
Mrs. Emily Jenkins, the wife. Agnes Ftndlay
Jtvaunxa jenaiiis. aauanter or nis nrst
wife Roselle Knott
Olivia Jenkins, daughter by his present
wife Katherine Fisher
Brlnker. retired storekeeper and money
lender Daniel Jarrett
Eric Hargreaves. a student
John Strong, a reformer.. Victor M. DeStlke
Albert Llndsey, a man about town
I harles Mason
Harold Fischer Harry Ullford
J'aterson. a waiter Bernard C. Mouuire
Bruce, another..., Fred Leet
Eveline, music nail friend of Katlnka..
Amanda, another Laura Osborn
Susie, another Marlon J. Johnson
Louise, Katlnka s maid Eveline Haven
Right at the outset, let It be understood
'A Modern Magdalen" Is a play without
an excuse. With the most brutal frank
ness it deals with one phase of the sex
question; probably the least attractive of
all Its several phases, that In which a
woman deliberately sells herself. Some
effort is made to afford an excuse for the
sale In this Instance, but the very action
of the piece hinges on the fact that the
main object of the sacrifice falls, and the
weakling who sought to prove her love for
a half sister by deliberately becoming the
willing victim of a libertine finds too late
that her sacrifice has been In vain, and
that she must bear alone the odium and
stigma of her act, with the added bitter
ness of the knowledgo that her self-lmmo
lation la looked on as merely the result
of . her Innate depravity and . selfishness,
Even in the hands of a capable company
this sort of play cannot be mada palatable
To Miss Roselle Knott falls the unenvia
ble task of presenting the character of a
high-spirited girl who becomes the mis
tress of a rich man that she may provide
luxuries for her Invalid sister, and lncl
dentally for her shiftless father and tin
couth stepmother. ' Miss Knott Is a beautl
ful woman, and brings to her work much
ability as an actress. If It were possible
to make the part an agreeable one she
might succeed. As It Is, she only gives
emphasis to what Is a matter of common
knowledge. W. J. Ferguson endows the
impossible part, Hiram Jenkins, the father
who lives on his daughter's shame, but
does not tell his wife the source of his
Income for fear of disturbing his "domestic
trsnquillty," with sufficient verity to con
vince one that If so despicable an lndl
vidual does exist he must be very much
the sort of person Mr. Ferguson plays.
Daniel Jarrett makes Brlnker, the retired
shopkeeper and present Shylock, who
frankly goes about to buy .a woman as he
would a cow, all that one would expect of
a man no more burdened with morals than
with refinement. Victor M. DcSllke falls
short as John Strong, the reformer, ap
parently having little conception of the
role. Eric Hargreaves, the only man In
the play worthy of the name, falls to the
lot of Franklyn Roberts, and by him is
made a very worthy foil against which
to project the manifold and manifest moral
ind mental obliquities of the others. As
the nagging stepmother, who practices
oword-swallowlng at the table and re
freshes herself from the water pitcher to
avoid the use of a tumbler, and afterward
takes much comfortable pride in her re
spectability and managerial capacity, Agneo
Flndlay Is good. She gives the part a
reality that enables oue to heave a sigh
of real relief when she vanishes from the
action at the end of the second act.
The play points no moral, for It has
none. Neither have most of the characters
that it presents. Boyd's theater was fairly
well filled last night by an audience that
applauded some of the scenes and gasped
at others. A matinee today and an evening
performance concludes the engagement.
Doa't Conga Alt Night.
Restful sleep follows use of Dr. King's
New Discovery, the best lung cure In the
world. No cure, no pay. 60c, $1.00. For
sale by Kuhn Co.
OHJO P. M. .
ELECTRIC LIGHTED, '
Limited train via MILWAUKEE Railway
Leaves Omaha Union depot dally. Magnifi
cent equipment, latest palace sleepers,
library-buffet car, dining car, new coaches.
City Office, 1504 Farnam street.
F. A. NASH,
General Western Agent.
The secret of suc
cess is constancy to
One of the secret! of the un
precedented success of the
For three-quarters of a
century it has remained
constant to its purpose
of producing the very
best silverware at the
most moderate cost.
To-day, therefore, it is
enabled to offer a com
bination of distinguish
ed design, consummate
workmanship and ster
ling material at a price
no higher than that
demanded for produc
tionsof inferior quality,
The prices quoted In Hayden Bros.' ad
on page T- leavo no room to doubt who
sells the cheapest.
Aaaoaaceineata of the Theaters.
At the Orpheum matinee today the Four
Madcaps will be one of tho especially
pleasing features that will appeal to the
women and children. A quartet of pret
tier, more saucy or clever little queens of
terpsichore have not added attractiveness
to an Orpheum program in . a long time,
and the favorable comment they have
elicited Is the best attestment of tbelr
heavy scoring. They are not, however,
the only feature entitled to praise, .for
much that Is good may be said of other
portions of the varied bill. Of the eight
acts embraced in the new bill, opening
with a matinee tomorrow, one will be pre
aented by Madge Fox, who was reared and
educated lu Omaha, During the last tw
years she has earned considerabl reputa
tion aa a singer of coon songs In the
leading vaudeville houses and Is known
whereever she has appeared as the "flip
flop girl." Theater parties have been ar
ranged tor In her honor by old associates
and her appearance promlsea to be the
signal for a warm reception.
Uooa Poaltioa opea.
Good opening for a newspaper or magatlae
solicitor. Permanent position for a com'
patent man. Address, Twentieth Century
Farmer. Be Building, Omaha.
Hayden Bros.-' ad. is on psge 7.
Observe) Their Birthdays.
I In the celebration of their fitly-second
birmuay Biuuvervitry mi evening: m in,
home of Mr. Savldge oil Twenty-fifth ave
nue. There were prexent, besides the Im
mediate Famines oi jr. eaviuge ana Mr.
brother-in-law of Dr. bavldge, and Mrs.'
The success we have met with In our -endeavors to
build up a large patronage for high aiass millinery
prompts us in saying a word or two apropos of the un
tiring efforts necessary to always maintain the standard
of excellence we have reached.
The facilities we employ are on an equal footing with
those of any of New York or Chicago's largest and most
Important establishments. There Is no reason why this
should not be so, as designers and Importers the country
over recognize our millinery supremacy in the western
world; therefore, we are placed In dally touch with tho
creations of the master minds of Europe and America,
and slmlltaneously with the appearance of new effects In
the east you may rely upon seeing them In the Brandeis
At the beginning of each season, our personal rep
resentative is sent abroad to study designs of the famous
Parisian, Berlin and London modistes and also to select
the models for our trade. Ours Is the only establishment
west of Chicago, with the single exception of San Fran
cisco, which is represented personally in the European
fashion centers. Thus you see we are direct Importers of
pattern hats and models and are pleased to announce that
this facility has enabled us to make a general lowering of
However, while Parisian and foreign millinery gener
ally may appeal to the tastes of a portion of our im
mense patronage, wo have made a lasting reputation for
our own original creations which probably conform more
to the discriminating taste of a vast majority of our
In connection with our reputation of Parisian millin
ery, we desire to state that we receive shipments weekly
of all the new Ideas and novelties as they sppear and
there Is barely a lapse of three weeks time between the
Paris showing and our own display at homo.
The late fall and winter models are now on display,
and we would be pleased to have your inspection of
Wl W. VT IIIUUYtS
G. W. LININGER ON HIS RETURN
Starts for Omaha After Three Vain.
Attempts, to Iteach
Word has been received from G. W. Lin-
lnger that he is on his way homafrom
abroad. He took sick at Genoa, Italy, was
confined to his bed ten days and was un
able to proceed on his journey. He will
probably be at home within a week.
A peculiar fact In this connection Is that
Mr. Lininger has three times started to
tour India and each time some misfortune
has made it Impossible for him to reach
Christmas goods arriving, Edholm, Jeweler.
Kansas City, no. ' 7
The American Royal Cattle and Swine
Show and Kansas City Horse Show will be
held at Kansas City, Mo., from October 0
o 25. - Round trip tickets will be sold at
one fare, plus $2, by the Missouri Pacific
Railway Company from October 18 to Oc
tober 22 inclusive. ,
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
Southeast Corner Fourteenth and Douglas
The Missouri Pacific will sell round trip
tickets at very low rates on Tuesdays, No
vember 4th and 18th. December 2d and
16th, for certain points In southwest Mis
souri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory,
Texas, Arkansas, etc. 8topovers allowed on
going Journey. Final limit of tickets, 21
days. For further information, maps, rates,
etc, address any agent of the company, or
Thos. F. Godfrey, passenger and ticket
agent, southeast corner of 14th and Douglas
St., Omaha, Neb.
Prodigious price cutting Is what you'll
And at the big store of Hayden Bros1.
Read the ad. on page 7.
Publish your legal notices In The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 23$.
Prettiest brooches you ever saw for $5
just received at Edholms.
8. Burns, Havlland bread A butter set, $3.
King Cole Whole Wheat Flour for muffins.
Asks tor Heavy Damages.
CHICAGO. Oct. 24. Lenwin A. Wood, to
day - brought suit In the federal court
against the Chicago Board of Trade for
$400,060 damages. Wood claims hla business
has been Injured to the extent as a result
of hla expulsion from the board August 12,
on a charge, of buckeUhopplng.
irASS Elisabeth V. Haws, wife of David 8.
Haas and mouier or Mrs. jonu a. nines,
Mrs. Kdward Bplllett and Mrs. Kusaeli
Hiifif. Thursday. October 23. 1902.
Funeral from her late residence, 2519 Ohio
Street, Saturday, October 25, at ) o'clock
p. ni. Interment Prospect 11111. Friends
ni . V.. I- U...ti A
lr. Plltrrwii n juiw inn ii ii.
Philippine Inland. Services will be held at
Thurston Junes' armury eunaay ai 2 p. m.
Fire shortly after midnight destroyed the
chicken house and some out buildings at
sltt North Fiftieth avenue. The origin of
the tire ia a mystery.
William Kobinson is considered by the
no lire to be a suspicious churacter, be
cause lust night h had on a new roat.
vest and overcoat from which the makers
name had been removed, lie was ar
An Italian organ grinder, who gave the
name of Jack Fetemon. wun place or rrsi-riem-a
ms 81. Louis, was arrested last night.
As he was a stranger and blind, and lit
boy. whom he had brought with him to
lead him about, bad deserted him, and
further, as be was arunk and his organ
was out of tune, he waa locked up on gen
Jerry 8hea. a guest at the Elkhorn Val
ley house, was arrested last night and
rhamed with assault and battery. He
Is suld to have landed on the nose of Bar
ney McDonald because that gentleman re
fused to continual lunger to contribute 15
or -4 ctnu daily to ma support, tight
other fre.i J enters of Billy Atkins' resort
wrre arrested at the same time with Jerry
Bhea and will have sw prove that they
If you're satisfied that you're
getting all that your money
would buy lu clothing now, well
If not we'd like to see you
emulate tho example of the man
whom we overheard asking a
byttitntleT, "How fnr is It to
Farnam afreet Y" The rather
Impertinent anttwer, "Who do
you want to see in Fiirnam
street Y" was met with the reply,
"Myself before night."
Our object lu not to separate
Hatlstied customers from good
tailors. There's enough dis
satisfied fUKtomers to keep us
busy 24 hours a day, 312 days
lu the year.
But we really believe It would
bo a good tiling for tho uot-quite-satistied
nieu to see themselves lu our
shop before night and to see
their order for one of our suits
for from 2." to $o one of our
overcoats for from $25 to or
even a pair of trouners for from
$t) to $14, is In our hands before
HacCarthy Tailoring Co.
Bee Bldf .,
1712-10 Farnam St
Greea $15 Offer
Wo have made groat preparations to give our patrons a
particularly strong bargain in men's fine suits nnd over
This store Las given many saving opportunities, but
here is nn extraordinary chance to buy good clothing at h
very close figure. It's a price that Mould not be considered
low for some suits and overcoats, but when everything is
taken into consideration it is remarkably cheap for the
kind that is included in this sale. The fabrics art; tho
latest and most durable, the colors and patterns the most
popular, the linings and every part of the making thor
Suits and Overcoats worth
$20.00 and $22.00
1 I Is 1 is lsal67& HARNEY SU OMAHA
Visit our Cafe and Tea
Room on Third Floor.
It's ao aa-to-dat and nicely sr.
ransjrd. Usr service la so liri-ou
bill tit fare ao seasonably satisfying
oar prices so popular there Isu't a
more Ideal spot for luncheon la
Oar Saturday Uvrnlaa Table d'
llote Dinner Is quite a function
here's ear niral for Saturday evrn
Ina; form U to &. louie aad eujoy the
Consomme en tasno
Puree of fresh tomato aui trot tons
Bulled lake trout egg sauce
Tommes a la Kelts
Bell fritters, fruit sauce
Roast vprtng rhltken, su Jus
Baked sweet potatoes
Stewed fresh tomttoes
Lettuce and tomato salad
English plum pudding, brandy auute
Home made mince pie
Chocolate of Vanilla Ice cream '
Keufchatcl or tdura cheese with
Toasted Newport flakes
OIH PHItE, 4e.
Music by Kauffman's popular orchestra
from S until t o clock. Tables can be re
served by telephone. J'hone 137.
- Saturday we offer some very striking values in children's
suits. We wish to state emphatically that these ore the
biggest' values ever offered in children's suits.
A shipment of 230 suits just received, and they go on sale today. They are ex ;
ceptionally good values at 1.50 at ,
CHILDREN'S SUITS in all wool cheviots. The colors are mostly in gray
mixtures, double-breasted and Norfolk styles
CHILDREN'S SUITS made of all wool cassimere, in double-breasted and Norfolk styles,
they come In very pretty checks and green mixtures sizes 4 to 10 50
and Walking Suits
Saturday we want you to visit o ur women's suit room and see tho
smart styles we are offering absolutely nothing is lacking for selection.
We want you to visit this departnmt, and let the indisputable excellence
of the garments and the lowness of the prices speak for themselves.
See the Suits at
14.75, 16.75, 18.75, 22.75
A special line of woman's walking skirts will go on sale
These skirts are a special line that Ave had made for'us the materials
were selected by us the making was dictated by us and they are
the best skirt value in America today. THEY ARE A QCi
TfKniTLAR 7.r,n VALUE, for 4VU
MEN'S JERSEY RIBBED Egyptian cotton shirts and draw
ers. In natural gray and ecur colors under- OC
wear that is sold for 60c, at
MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, In all wool fleece. In
blue, yaeger and brown mixed 75c values
MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, In heavy merino, In
camel's hair and natural colors, non-shrlnk- "r f?
able and an excellent wearing garment x OC
MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, made of an extra fine
quality of all wool and French merinos. In natural gray
and camel's hair, with heavy sateen fac- ff
lngs and pearl buttons, 11.50 value for
MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, made of a very fine Aus
tralian wool, in double-breasted shirts and double-seated
drawers; no better garments made for warmth
and wear, exceptional values at
We have a great variety of Combination Suits from $1.25 to
In Our Men's
We have ready a superb showing of men's
fancy shirts, in stiff bosoms, at 75c and $ 1.00.
The madras is tine nnd the colorings are new
and rich. These shirts are made by the
best American shirt makers. They have
style and character that appeal to every
tasteful man $1.23 and -Tf- qj A
$1.50 values at ' ijt"pI.UU
Men's Stylish Neckwear
the 50c quality for
These ties consist of strictly up-to-date
styles, made from silks and satins used in
making the 50e lines. In the assortment" are
the latest style tecks, four-in-hands, strings,
;lubs, imperials every one nicely made
and the values are of great importance.
For ths Boys
A special shoe special selected
uppers and soles uppers heavy grain
or box calf sail cloth lined extra
heavy oak sole leather soles with
the extension edges full round toes
that give the boy comfort from the
beginning the best wearing boys'
shoe ever put together sir.es 13 to 3,
at $2.252i to DVi. $2.50 We take as
much care In tilting ths (boys' shoes
as we do the fathers.
DREXEL SHOE CO
Omaha's Un-to-Date Shoei, House,
Enough For All
We have been on the great cutoff list for
over a year, but still have enough goods to
supply all Omaha, If there were not
another drug store here. Now "A WORD
TO THE WI8K IS SUFFICIENT'' and
unless SOMETHING TERRIBLE happens
to stop this UPWARD movement, there
will be quite a material advance In the
price of patent medicines In the next few
days, so load up now and don't come to
us with your troubles after this advance,
'cauHe we have given you notice as soon
as possible after we got It ourselves and,
as Preston says. "WHAT IS IS." These
prices are the lowest in this city, or In
tho west, so take advantage of them,
n.00 Prruna (until further notice) Mc
I10O Wine t'ardui (until further notice) 4!tc
6oc Syrup of Kins (until further notice) IiO)
H.50 Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe. ..$.!. 50
$1.00 Cramer's Klilny Cure (H:
1.U0 Canadian Malt Whiskey 75c
Tel. T IT. I. W. Cor. Ittllt nnd Chlcavo.
Eend for New Fall Catalogue.
1419 PARNAn STREET.
Purest and best whiskey made In Ken
tucky, guaranteed abiolutely pure, dis
tilled in 1886. A One old sour mash whiskey
worth 13.00 per qt., $8.00 per gallon. Qual
ity counts and this Is quality.
Finest Imported and American wines sad
Agents for Hunter's Rys and Wilton Rya.
Don't forget our can special brand.
Opp. Po. 0. 'v Tnoos 1148.
Lest you forget,
we say it yet
Ixinks well, wears well , and Is well
$3.50 and $2.50
Made In our factory and guaranteed
Price ihe came always.
The Urgent Shoo Co. Is tho only
excluVivc men's shoe store in Omaha.
205 South 15th St.
Saturday, October 2ith. at 11:30 a. m , f
will ofter my ?iillre stork of furniture.
Moves, etc.. h public auction. Thin Is no
fake. Everything will be sold. Dealers
don't fall to come. '
I'll 11,1 1' VTIIA.
On North Sixteenth 8trent.
Baeaty Feet, Buntons,
I JK Itfc-NO-MA V.
If your druggist hasn't
A. MA V KH,
fcla Bc bids.. Omaha. Nsb.
I Blower, w wviuct.
aro not vagrants.
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