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fniS CmATIA DAILY J1EK: SATURDAY, NOV13MT1EII 22, 1002.
KELLEY, STIGER k CO.
WOMEN'S, MEN'S, CHILDREN'S, BOYS'
Its, Jeperate (;rmf
gperlal OflVrlnaj Jur.
Oiif Una of union nulla, Including the
Ypsllentl, Sterling and Munslng, are the
Terr beat, as well an the bent flttlne; gar
Ladles' heavy fleeced union nulla, open
front and open serous bunt. In silver grsy
and ecru, garments that will, wear and fit
well. 11.00 each.
Indies' Munslng plated union milts, H
wool, open front and open across bust,
warm, serviceable and non-shrlnkable, II. CO
Ladles' Munslng union nultn, 2-3 wool,
llfht weight and comfortable to the body,
H open front and open across bust, 12.60
and 12.75 each.
Our Una of ladles' Sterling union suits,
na of the best makes and the most perfect
fitting garment, the New Frnt. buttoned on
the shoulder and straight front, ribbed
hap waist and light ribbed cuff, special
Ladles' mercerized Sterling union suits,
blue and flesh color. New Front, buttoned
on shoulder, a warm garment that will take
the place of wool, special, 13.50.
Ladles' mercerized vest and pants, flesh
fend white, finished with flat seams, silk tape
and pearl buttons, tights to match, special,
Ladles' Vega silk vent, high neck, long
Sleeves, pink, blue and cream, heavy and
light weight, tights to match in colors, tl.00
and $1.60 each.
Ladles' Health wool Tpsllanta union
suits, straight open front, light and heavy
weight wool, also heavy and light weight
cotton union suits, 12.75, $3.50 and $3.76.
Children's Jersey ribbed natural wool
pants and vest, warm and comfortable and
Bonshrlnkable, ROc each.
Children's Munslng fleeced and 2-3 wool
union suits, open and drop seat, for boys
and girls, 76o and $1.60.
Ladles' black wool and fleeced lined bote,
spliced heel and toe, a good auallty for Sat
Ladles' black cashmere hose, double heel
knd too, black and Oxford front, a One elastic
quality, warm and comfortable and fast
Ladles' medium weight black cotton hose,
double heel and toe, split foot, plain and
ribbed top, genuine Hermsdorf dye, 35c, I
Boys' heavy ribbed wool hone, double
knee, heel and toe, a warm and heavy bose
for school wear, 35c, 3 for $1.00.
Infant's fine cashmere hose, silk heel and
toe, pink, blue, white and black, special, 25c.
KELLEY, STIGER A CO.,
Corner Farnam and Fifteenth Streets.
Our goods are all priced so all can afford
them. Hayden Bros. Read our ad on
Good movement Elgin, In 20-year guaran
teed gold-filled case, $12. Edholm, jeweler.
Publish your legal notices In The Weekly
Sea. Telephone 238.
MEETS NEXT YEAR IN OMAHA
Ceaeral Missionary ' Committee of
Methodlat Episcopal Churn to
' Come Hero.
Rev. 3, W. Jennings, D. D., presiding
elder of the Omaha district, has Just re
turned from the meeting of general mis
sionary committee of the Methodist Episco
pal church, which was held In Philadelphia.
Under the leadership of Dr. Jennings, the
western delegates were able to secure the
next meeting at Omaha for the second
week In November, 1903. No other gather
ing of the Methodist church, except the
general conference, bring together ao
many of the prominent men of the church
from all parts of the world as does the
meeting of the general missionary com
mittee. The general missionary committee ap
prdpriated $5,000 for the. support of preach- 1
era at mission points
In the north Ne-
USES AN0THERMAN'S NAME
Oscar Oleaoa Attempts to Negotiate
Loss la Name of John r
Oscar Oleson Is under arrest for attempt
ing to obtain a $25 loan from the Foley
Loan company under an assumed nannj.
Oleson represented to the company that he
waa John Goaney, an employe of Armour's
packing house at South Omaha. He was
told to return later. Oosney heard of the
company's efforts to find out his rating and
telephoned to Omaha to ascertain the rea
son. Explanations followed and Gosnoy
cams to Omaha. An officer was notified and
when Oleson returned to the office' for the
loan he was arrested.
f " T '
"Walter Baker & Co., of Dorchester, Mass.,
U. S. A., have given years of study to the skilful
preparation of cocoa and chocolate, and have
devised machinery and systems peculiar to
their methods of treatment whereby the
purity, payability, and highest nutrient char
acteristics are retained. Their prep
arations are known the world over
and Hygienic Gazette.
i r ,' m
U 1 1
age of the genuine goods.
A new recipe book (80 pages) sent free.
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd. D0Src"
40 lll4hJi A. tuardi in JEaroD and A. marie a
K F.I.I. icv, gnr.EH at CO.
ttleve eelnle Tke Flaeet 0.mllr at
the Rlaht Price.
Our assortment of kid gloves is now com
plet. In fact, the largest line we have
ever shown. Including all the best French
manufacturers, such as Trefousse, Terrlo,
Frears. iJenls, Monarch, etc.
Trefousse He I or me Suedes, t clasp, $2.00.
Shelbtirn Piques, 2 clasp, $1.75.
Trefousse Delorme Suedes, clasp, $160.
Terrln's La Mure Olace, 3 clasp, $1.50.
Denis' English Walking Oloves, 2 clasp,
White Tlques, self and black stitching,
Ararhne, best dollar glove shown, $1.00,
12, It and 20-buttnn lengths.
The above lines all come In the loading
colors black, white, modes, tan, brown and
A large line of evening and full dress
t'nllned Mochas, 3 large pearl clasps,
I'nllned Reindeer, 2 large pearl clasps,
Best Walking and Driving Oloves made,
lined Mochan, 2 clasps. $1.60.
Black, modes and grays a large assort
ment of Children's Cloven.
KELLEY, 8TIOER A CO.,
Corner Farnam and Fifteenth Stn.
WORK OF BOARD OF REVIEW
Adjastlnsr Assessment of Property
I'pon Which Hoiaei Hare
Adjustment of the assessment of prop
erty on which houses have been burned,
moved away or torn down has constituted
the principal work of the Board of Review
yesterday. The attention of the board has
been called to several cases In which
buildings that have been condemned by
action of the Board of Public Works and
torn down by the building Inspector as
worthless and dangerous have been In
cluded In the assessment rolls by the tax
commissioner and In these cases the as
sessments have been canceled.
The board has asked the advice of the
tax committee of the Real Estate exchange
as to the assessment of several pieces of
property In the business district.
Referring to the assessments made by
the city tax commissioner on the property
of the public service corporations, Frsnk
Murphy, speaking for the gas and street
railway companies, said:
"We have received no official notice of
the action of the tax commissioner In the
matter, and until we receive such notice
we will probably take no action. When we
are notified of the assessments the matter
Will probably come before the boards of
directors and will receive attention, but
aside from what we have seen In the
newspapers we do not know that the tax
commissioner has made any assessment. I
suppose the matter will come up as usual
within a week or two."
Mr. Murphy spoke as though the pub
lic service corporations would act to
gether In the matter and expressed sur
prise when told that the telephone com
pany had already protested against Its
The application of J. H. Evans for reduc
tion of the assessment on ls Farnam street
home was decided yesterday afternoon, the
valuation being reduced from $48,000 to
Euclid Martin, on behalf of the Parlln,
Orondorff A Martin company, has made ap
plication for a reduction of assessment on
four lots on Jones street, between Tenth
and Eleventh atreets, used by that firm
for trackage purposes. The assessed valu
ation as returned by the tax commissioner
was $30,750, which Mr. Martin asks the
board to reduce to $21,500.
C. H. Pickens applied for a reduction of
the property of the Paxton A Gallagher
company. The tax commissioner's return on
this property waa $115,600 and the board
docided upon a reduction of $7,600, leaving
the valuation fixed at $108,000.
Announcements of the Theaters.
The moat fascinating Orpheum feature
of the seaaon for children, Riccobonl's re
markable "Good Night" horse and his
other two beautiful trained equlnes and
troupe of dogs will be on at the matinee
today and the juveniles will undoubtedly
be conspicuous in big numbers. Of no
less special Interest to the women Is LU-
Han Burkhart, the talented and dainty
comedienne, who with her own company,
Is presenting the Interesting and entertain
ing comedietta enttled "A Salt Cellar."
Commencing matinee tomorrow a new
and varied bill will be presented. Includ
ing Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thome and com
pany In "An Uptown Flat." Klein, Ott,
Brothers and Nlckerson, musicians; Gal
ettt's monkeys, Weston and Allen, come
dians; three Mlllcttes, European novelty
artists; Leah Russell, soubrette; Way and
Maitland, refined entertainers, and the
Mr. Eugene Cowles, formerly of the
Bostonlans, Is a grand specimen of Ameri
can manhood, tall and commanding in ap
pearance, of splendid physique and posses
sor of one of the greatest bass voices ever
heard. He will appear In concert at the
Kountxe Memorial church and will have the
assistance of distinguished European ar
and have received the high
est endorsements from the
medical practitioner, the
nurse, and the intelligent house
keeper and caterer." Dietetic
are many imitations
the market. Don't be
misled by them. Note the
trade-mark on every pack
RUN OYER BY ELECTRIC CAR
H. L MoEldon leeeives Injuries from
Which Ha Dies.
ACCIDENT OCCURS AT PROMINENT CORNER
Maa Stands Too Kear Trark aa4 is
Dragged fader Wheels of
raisin Car "holt is
H. L. McEldon, 1422 South Sixteenth
street, wss struck by a northbound Twenty
fourth street electric car at Sixteenth nd
Douglas streets at 6:30 yesterday morning
and received Injuries from which he died
late In the afternoon.
McEldon's Injuries consisted of a broken
collar bone, a deep gash three inches long
over the left eye, a fracture of the skull
over the left eye and a gash four Inches
long on the top of the head. His skull was
also fractured at the base. When he
was picked up McEldon was bleeding from
the nose, ears and mouth and waa uncon
scious. McEldon stood by the side of the tracks
for several seconds and allowed the car to
strike him. It is supposed he misjudged
the distance he was standing from the
tracks. He had started across the street
from th "ist, and seeing the car approach
ing from the south stopped beside the
tracks to allow It to pass.
Drawn t'nder the Car.
The vestibule passed him, barely grating
his shoulder. The main body of the car,
which projects several Inches further out
than the vestibule, struck him square In
the side and shoulder. He was knocked
down and rolled over and over a distance
of ten or fifteen feet. The car was stopped
as quickly as possible and the conductor,
motorman and passengers rushed to the
assistance of the wounded man. His cloth
ing was torn and the blood was flowing
from his ears, mouth and nose.
The police were notified and McEldon was
removed to the police station In the city
ambulance. Dr. Arnold and Police Surgeons
Hahn and Mick dressed his Injuries tempo
rarily and then had htm removed to the
McEldon was employed by C. B. Carlson,
the contractor, as a night watchman. The
motor car was In charge of Conductor O. R.
Childs and Motorman F. Oney.
He leavea a wife and one son, who Is
employed at the store of W. R. Bennett.
The family resides at 1422 South Sixteenth
street. In the front of which Mrs. McEldon
conducts a confectionery store. Mrs, Mc
Eldon was In the store yesterday morning,
when news of her husband's accident was
told, her. She was greatly agitated and left
for the hospital without locking the store.
McEldon was about 65 years of age.
DRESSMAKING STOCK MONDAY.
From Well Known. Fifth Ave. Dress
maker Sonant ky Boston Store.
Messrs. J. It. Brandels A Sons, proprietors
of the Boston Store, have Just made a for
tunate purchase of a magnificent stock' from
one of the best known dressmakers on Fifth
avenue, New Tork. It has Just arrived In
Omaha and will be put on sale on Monday,
In this truly superb stock are the swelleat
and richest fabrics popular In the most
fashionable New Tork trade. This dress
making house from which we bought the
stock was known as one of the most popu
lar among the fashionable swellest trade.
Unmade dress patterns will be sold from
this stock at figures that wilt be truly re
markable from such high-grade goods.
All the silk velvets from this stock, to
gether with a separate purchase compris
ing 10,000 yards of rich black and colored
velvets, will go on sale.
Remember the date of the sals, Monday,
JT. L. BRANDEI3 A SONS.
Proprietors Boston Store.
PATRIOTIC IRISH MEETING
Jnde O'Neill Ityaa of St. I.onla Will
Be Speaker of the
Sunday evening, November 23, the thirty,
fifth anniversary of the execution of Allen,
Larkln and O'Brien will be observed at
Washington hall. The program of the even
ing will be under the auspices of the
Clan-Na-Oael of Omaha and South Omaha.
The address of the evening will be delivered
by Judge O'Neill Ryan of St. Louis. Mr.
John Rush will be the chairman of the
The following are the vice presidents:
Count John A. Crelghton, Judge Lee Estelle,
Judge Read, Judge Day, Charles Ogden,
esq., T. J. Maboney, esq., Hon. O. M.
Hitchcock, Hon. Edward Rosewater, Hon.
Frank E. Moores, James P. English, Hon.
James E. Boyd, Hon. E. Wakeley, P. C.
Heafey, Frank Ransom, C. 8. Montgomery,
Richard O'Keeffe, John Power, Judge Wil
liam H. Munger, Judge Irving F. Baxter,
Judge Slabaugh, Judge Duffle, Hon. John
C. Cowln, Hon. Oeorge L. Miller, R. L.
Metcalfe, Mel Vhl, C. J. Greene, Senator
Millard, G. W. Doane, Hon. C. J, Smyth,
Edward Hayden, John L. Webster, Joseph
A. Connor, James P. Connolly.
JULIUSEN FINDS HIS GIRLS
Telegraphs Chief Doaahao that Ha Is
with His Dmnghtera In
Rasmus Jullusen, who went to St Louts
Wednesday night to search for his four
daughters, who were kidnaped Monday aft
ernoon, has found them and they are now
with him In St. Louis. This Information
was received by Chief of Police Donahue
yesterday In a telegram from Jullusen.
The telegram did not state where Jullusen
located his daughters, nor when he would
bring them to Omaha.
Neighbors of Jullusen contradict ths
stories told by his relatives that he had
mistreated his wife and daughters. Thoso
who live In his Immediate vicinity said that
Jullusen was a good, kind husband and
father, and since his wife's death he had
done all a father could do to make bis chil
dren happy and contented. The prelimi
nary hearing of Mra. Johanna Johnson and
Peter Gustafson will occur In police court
National Grants Itecoaalaea Woaaea.
LANSINO. Mich., Nov. 21. The National
Orange today renewed Its recognition of
woman's equality by adopting the report
of Its committee on good of the order,
which declared that every possible thing
should be don "to put women In posses
sion of all their political rights and prop
erty In that this tba spirit of modern
civilisation demands." The report further
says that ths "vies of Intemperance should
be checked, and ths crlms of easy divorces,
which has made America too conspicuous
In ths eyes of the world, made Impossible."
It's right on Pag 7. Hayden Bros.' sd.
PIERCE Carl H., November 21. at 1:15
Funeral services at his lat residence,
M Madison tvrnut, at t p. m. Bunday,
November 28. followed by private inter
lueut at JTr - Lawa cemetery.
From the Tootle, Wheeler &
Motter Mercantile Co., St.
See the extra bargains at
Ladies' Slippers, Etc.
Children's Shoes, Etc.
Men's Work Shoes, Etc
Sle Afenti for
IR. REED'S '
i6Vl & HARNEY STS.
Small lots make a profit on the balances-want
to close out the odd lots now,
WHEN YOU NEED THE GOODS.
Special in Hats Sample hats
worth $2.50 and $3.00,
Boys' and Children's Suits, 3
to 16 years, worth ?3.95, ?4.95
and f 3.95, at
50c and 33c values,
At Last is found to
cure sweaty, clamy,
bands and feet.
US Bee Blda.. Omaha. Nsh.
r.ul Piuitisa Ones.
Good opening for a newspaper or mat-ail
n. solicitor. Permanent position for a
competent man. Address Twentieth Cen
tury Farmer. Bee Building. Omaha.
The dictionary says a "bargain Is ao ad
vantageous transaction." In that sense
everything we sell Is a bargain. Bead our
bargain eBerlng ad on Pago 7. Hayden
Silver comb and brush sets, 14 to $30.
Edholm, Jeweler, opp. postofflce.
Hot pancakes iroia King Cole whole
Wright wrongs do maa. Wright s ell
taahioa.4 buUwaeat flour la furs.
Regular $3 and ?4 Shoes on
. This remarkable offer
gives you the choice of over
eighty (80) different styles
of Ladies' Shoes in every
style that is worn today
you will find exactly what
you want, whether it be for
dress or street wear, as well
as skating or high top
The soles are thin, or me
dium or heavy, turns and
welts. They are all widths
from A to EE every pair
This Sale, taken all to
gether, offers one of the
greatest bargain opportuni
ties, and we urge your at
tendance as early as possi
ble in the morning.
More sales people than
usual will be on hand to
wait on you.
Foot Form Shoes for chil
dren. Sole Arent for
Do You Need a
Suit or Overcoat?
Do you know what you are -overlooking
if you don't look
Two for One Sale.
Think of buying a Suit and
Overcoat at the - price of
One Price, $6-75
Suits worth up to $16.75
Overcoats worth up to ... $ 1 5.00
oti keys in
We sell Hlldreth's Velvet "Monkey
Candy," and have two live monkeys In the
window to remind you of the candy. Hlld
rvth's Velvet Moluaaes Candy, luc. 15c snd
2So a package.
WATCH OUR CUT PRICES.
$3 50 Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe,
we bpII t?H
25c Mennen's Talcom Powder, we sell.. Jlo
tl.OD White Klbbon Liquor Remedy, we
Allcork'a Porous Plasters, two for Sic
New Btyle CalJer's Tooth Powder for.. l"c
tl.uo I'e-ru-na (genuine) 82c
il.UO Llsterlne (Lambert's) 60c
toe Colgate's Pansy Bloaaom Extract,
per ounce !Sc
$1.75 8. S. B . we sell fl.14
11. uO T'lnkham's Compound 6'.)o
$1 00 Pierce's Medicines, we sell , 6ac
Three Slicks itluck IJcortce for 6c
Garfield Tea (small) for 10c
juart bottle port or sherry , 86c
Klne Violet Soap (box of I cukes) for... L'Sc
tl.uO Wine Card u I, we sell , titic
Write for catalogue.
Sherman & McConnsll DmgCo'
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
Cor. K'h and Podge 8 la..
C71 0 .0
YV at 4Jla
Stylish Cluster Scarfs In American or SU
berian marten, brook mink and other O QA
stylish fUM, long husky tails KJtzrVJ
Red Marten Cluster Scarfs A QCi
Choice prime ekins, 6 tails, only J V7
Stylish Long Fur Boa In best C QA
American marten, long large tails ....
Sable Fox Scarfs Single, finest Q rr c
quality, 2 large tails, everywhere $15.
Double Fox Scarfs Sable or Isa-1 Q C
bella blend, 2 large tails, if 25 value. lO. O
Men's Jersey Ribbed Egyptian cotton shirts
and drawers, in natural gray and ecru colors
underwear that is Bold for 50c, t35c
Men's Shirts and Drawers, In all wool fleeco, in bluo, A
yaeger and brown mixed 75o valuos, Tt i!3C
Hen's Shirts and Drawers, In heavy merino. In 7 C
camel's hair and natural colors, non-shrinkuble, an ff
excellent wearing garment, worth $1.I'0
rien's Shirts and Drawers, made of an extra fine quality of .. .
wool and French merinos, in natural gray and camel's -fl "V '"V
hair, with heavy sateen facings and iearl buttons, I I II I
$1.50 value, for A w w
rien's Shlrls and Drawers, made
in single-breasted shirts and single
no Detier garments made ior warmm and wear,
exceptional values at
BEGGED FOR MERCY
If the people tributary to Omaha were
Ss familiar with the tactics of a certain
gann of cutthroats In the retail drug
business (?) in this city as we are they
would have less confidence In the non
sensical claims made In some glaring atl.
which appear rather spasmodically In
Omaha's dallies. The fact that past ex
perience has caused us to believe we are
able to handle these people and their
WUKSTIONABLi TACTICS without the
assistance or consent of AN V OUTSIDER
and that the FACT OF THEIR KMiS
HABIKS HAVING CALLED UPON 18
SO RKCENLTY BEGG1NCJ FOR MERCY
in the great cut rate fight which has
been on In Omaha for more than a year
YE8( HO RECENTLY that It still "sticks
In their crops," Is sufflcent reason for no
further explanation from us on the sub
ject thun that we do not propose to be
dictated to by any OANG or combine and
that our patrons will be pleased to know
they can still buy their needs in the drug,
rubber goods or surgical Instrument here
cheaper thHti elsewhere, an usual and aa
proven by the following list. By the way
(he manufacturers of the MARVEL
WHTRLING SPRAT SYRINGE saw lit,
for reasons of their own, to change the
Omaha agency of their goods and nuked us
to take their exclusive agency here. We
have been Belling their MARVEL WHIRL
ING SPRAY SYRINGE for the past year
at from 12.25 to $2.50, although their agent
here at the time asked it. 50 for this
syringe. We have the agency for this
piece of goods now and are pleased to re
tail came at 12.12 EACH OR BY MAIL
FOR 2.28, GENUINE ONLY. We are
also pleaBed to sell to those who wish
It the SI size of
VINOL FOR 75c
$1.00 Peruna 61c
35c Genuine Castorla 24c
1.00 Pierce's Remedies R4c
Alcock'a Porus Plasters 12c
2f.c Pierce's Pills 19u
Moller's Cod Liver Oil 4c
25c Burkhart's Vegetable Compound. ...l'.lc
11.00 Palne's Celery Compound 74c
11.00 Miles' Nervine 74c
$1.00 Her s Malt Whiskey 62c
$1.00 Canadian Malt Whiskey (guar
Tel. T4T. S. W. Cor. Jtb aud Cstleeo.
Has Ever Been Found
in the Enamel of
The BLUE LABEL
Pretsctsd by Dtcliion sf United Sutct Court
Pasted on Every Piece
If substitutes are offered, -write us
This trade-mark Is on every piece
of genuine Ajcate Ware.
Sold bf Flrst-rliM Department and Houta
furnUhlof Stores, gaud for aaw BuukUt.
LALAPCE & GROSJEAN MFC. CO.
roil BosToa cmicaoo
Select via tags finest of all California
wines clarets, Burgundys, Sauterns and
Haut Sauterns. The Repsold wineries are
famous for their One vintages.
Prom the Pel Prado Wine Co. of Cali
forniaPorts. Sberrys, Muscatels, Angel
icas quarts, 60c, T5o and $1.00.
Finest of North Carolina wines known
far and wide for quality and flavor 60o
and too quart.
Agents for Hunter Rye and Wilson Whisky
also Jackdaw, our own brand of Mary
Q. FesteBce. Tfceee 113.
V ' KINDS MiL-
of a very fine Australian wool.
- seated drawers;
Saturday, Boys' Day
Nearly everybody in Omaha knows
the value of our boys' $1.60 shoes
but if your boy has never worn a
pair bring him to our store any time
Saturday and let us show them te you.
We can fit any boy no matter how
small or how big be Is Just so he is
la a boy with these $1.60 shoes.
They're made from good solid leather
- from eole to top and will stand more
hard knocks than many a shoe that
you would pay twice as much for.
We have the same shoe In light calf
or heavy kid for girls.
DREXEL SHOE CO
Omaha's Uo-to-Date Shoe House,
Send for New Fall Catalogue.
1419 FARNAM STREET.
Chicago a nd ht, Louis
Mobile, New Orleans
Gulf Coast Points
Through Sleeping Cars and Chair Cars
An Unexcelled Dining Car Berrloe
LOW RATE EXCURSIONS
First and Third Tuesday eaoh Month
For rates, maps, folder and time
C. L STONE, Geo. Pus. Art..
LEST YOU REGRET
WE SAY IT YET
The $3 60 and $2.60 Onlmod Eheee
equal any $5.00 and $6.00 shoes sold
by ordinary shoe stores.
There Is but one Regent Ehoe Store
in Omaha we are it, and w sell
men's sbeos exclusively.
You have probably seen
205 aUuth 15th 8t.
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