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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1902.
CANNOT SETTLE IN NEW YORK
Union facifio Mast Ultimately Meet 8trike
Leaden in Omaha.
SHOPMEN STILL DUBIOUS OF OUTCOME
Perlnre Their lalrntlna to aad
VI rm and Reject Any (ompro
nilae Meaauree Proposed
br the Officiate.
A great deal of skepticism over the pros
pects of Immediate settlement of the Union
Pacific strike prevails among strikers In
Omaha. Although leaders of the strike have
been called to New York to confer with
Harrlman, Burt and others as a continua
tion of the negotiations .begun In Omaha
about two weeks ago, there Is a general sus
picion that matters are far from complete
In the first place It Is pointed out that no
complete and final settlement can be ef
fected at the New York conference. The
best that can be done is for the confreres to
reach some mutual agreement as a basis of
settlement and then effect the ultimate set
tlement here In Omaha, where the strike
The authority of final settlement Is not
rested In the strike leaders, now In New
York. They can receive and make pro
posals, but the final action must come
through the district committees, at lest
ao far as the boiler makers and machinists
are concerned. And as the members of
these district committees live In Omaha
and other places along the Union Pacific It
Is not at all likely that they would bo
summoned to New York. Ed Kennedy,
president of the boiler makers district
committee, is the only member of that
body In the east and the machinists have
rone of their committeemen there. So that
despite the alleged scheme of Harrlman
and Burt to pull the settlement off In New
York, where the public sentiment favorable
to tho strikers would not have ho oppor
tunity of asserting Itself, strikers hero in
sist that the final treaty of peace will be
effected In Omaha.
It Is now generally believed among tho
strikers that Harrlman has reached the
conclusion that it would not be wise to
leave the responsibility of effecting a set
tlement wholly in the hands of Mr. Burt,
igalnst whom there Is a strong personal
iteellng among the strikers. It Is also
Iftelioved that Harrlman and Burt havo
found It difficult to agree on the policy
to be pursued In suing for peace.
Strikers Stand Firm.
Strikers are still resolute In demanding
'the original conditions of settlement no
.piecework, an Increase in wages, reinstate
ment of all men discharged or on a strike
wd the discharge of all' strike breakers.
"If our representatives should return
from New York and advise us to accept any
flIITerent terms they would meet with open
and complete rebellion," said one of the
foremost strikers. "But . they will not do
this," he continued. "They will stand as
firm as we are doing and demonstrate to
Mr. Harrlman that getting them away off
to New York was not tho strategic move he
may have thought."
It was stated at strike headquarters yes
terday that if terms of settlement are not
agreed on soon transcontinental service will
be tied up between Chicago and the Pacific
coast. He said the Northwestern, Santa
Fe and Southern Paclflo shopmen have al
ready pledged their sympathetic co-operation
and would strike If the Union Pacific
declined to settle on the terms proposed by
their men. The Southern Pacific men
promised, when this truce was arranged,
pending the conferences, to remain at their
work until January 8. After that time they
are free from moral obligations and it Is
believed will strike despite any contrary
Influence. Already It has become necessary
for the Union Pacific strikers to urge their
brethren on the Southern Pacific to remain
at work In order to prevent a strike before
the present negotiations reached a crisis.
The machinists Friday succeeded In get
ting one of their experts through the Union
Pacific shops In Omaha. He secured a pass
from one of the strike breakers and effected
Ms passaga by this means. He tells a
dreary tale. He says there are something
like 10.0 men now In the blacksmiths', ma
chinists and boiler makers' departments,
where a few weeks ago the company had
over 600 Imported workmen. The force is
constantly dwindling, and It Is asserted that
by Monday there will not be fifty msa In
the shops. The expert made a thorough In
vestigation and found that In the machine
Shops there were Juftt three real machinists
and no real mechanica In the blacksmith
Ia Demoralised State.
' "Everything Is In a demoralised condi
tion," he said. "The men are standing
around most of their time doing absolutely
Dothing. Some of them told me they had
never dona any real mechanics' work since
snterlng the shops. And sn Inspection of
the engines sent in for repair confirmed
their stories. I did not see an engine that
had been thoroughly repaired and over
hauled as they have to be and are when the
Shops are actually In operation. Only the
Toughest and crudest patching Is being done.
I saw some locomotives that had been
smeared with a little rough paint, but to a
skilled eye they did not even look as If
they had been repaired. There Is an un
usually large number of engines In the
shops. I don't see how the company pos
sibly can forego a settlement much longer.
It conditions out on the road are as bad as
they are in the shops, the situation cer
tainly Is alarming for the company. I came
here for the speclflo purpose of making this
trip through the shops, and I must say I
got through with less trouble than I
, Certlfleates of Deitoalt.
In addition to paying Interest st 4 per
cent on passbooks, ws Issue certificates of
deposit for three, six or twelve), montnt,
bearing 4 per cent Interest. Money can be
withdrawn at any time without notice.
One of our little home safes loaned free
to each depositor.
J. L. BRANDEIS t SONS, Bankera.
MAKES PARTIAL CONFESSION
Frank Betts Tells Folic that Ha
Forced tho Cheeka tie
Frank Betts, who was taken Into cus
tody a few days ago by Detectives Drummy
and Mitchell sfter he had succeeded In
passing worthless paper upon five differ
ant firms snd persons In tbs city, has made
partial confession to the officers and
will, so he promises, plead guilty In the
. district court. He confessed to having
' forged the paper which he circulated ami
aald that he would plead guilty when ar
raigned In the higher court that hs might
get the Job off his bands.
Thomas Moss, whom tha police claim Is
Betts' confederate, was arraigned la the
ponce court again yesterday morning on
another charge of passing forged paper.
preferred by W R. Bennett ft Co. Moss
Is Inclined to put up a fight tor his lib
erty and the police will confront him with
the complaints of all his alleged victims.
judge Berks yesterday bound Moas over to
tbs district court under 8800 bonds upon th
prisoner waiving preliminary eisaUoaUun-
W. R. Beaaett Co.
E. E. Hastings, Receiver.
Now 1s the opportunity of a life time to
get everything in the eating line at DEAL
ERS' COST PRICE. Everything new, fresh
and guaranteed. We are compelled to
turn this elegant stock into cash.
Best bread, large loaf, each 2',4c.
Fresh roasted coffee, per lb., 10c.
Tea slftings, now is your chance, 12c lb.
If you are looking ror dried fruits now
Is the time to Invest while you can get:
Fine California peaches, worth 10c, this
Fine California apricots, worth 12Hc,
this sale, 7Hc.
Fine California prunes, worth 12Hc, this
Fine California raisins, worth 12Vc, this
Fine California pitted plums, worth 12 He,
this sale, 9c.
Fine California currants, worth 12',Je.
this sale, 9c'
The following list of California canned
goods we are offering to you for less than
first cost. Buy while you have a chance:
3-lb can O. O. plume, 12V4c.
3-lb. can grapes, 12c.
3-lb. ran apples, 12 Vic.
3-lb. can sprlcots, 12V&C.
Just to make it Interesting we offer you
In a very heavy syrup, fit for a king:
8-lb. can yellow free peaches, 17V4c.
3-lb. can lemon cling peaches, 17c.
8-lb. can pears, l'Mc.
8-lb. can grapes, 17V4c.
3-lb. can Damson plums, 17Vc.
3-lb. can apples, 17Vc.
3-lb. can apricots, 17V4c
1-lb. can acme soup, 6c.
1- lb. can clam chowder, 8c.
2- lb. can peas, 6c.
2-lb. can corn, 9c. '
2-lb. can string beans, 7c.
1-lb. can Curtis Bros.' Jam, 9c.
1-pt. Jar Jam, 8c.
1- lb. pkg. macaroni, 8c.
Lewis lye, "He.
Pop corn, ear, per lb., 2Vic
Sardines, In oil, 4c.
Soda crackers, per lb.. 44c.
Ginger snaps, per lb., 4V4c.
Bennett's Capitol Goods best on earth:
2- lb. pkg. oatmeal, this sale. 8c.
2-lb. package wheat, this sale, 8c.
2-lb. package pancake flour, 9c.
1-lb. can baking powder, 10c.
A Beaatlfnl Calendar.
The Milwaukee Railway has published
an artistic calendar for 1903. Six sheets,
10x15 Inches, of beautiful reproductions In
colors of pastel drawings by Bryson. Prlco,
25 cents. On sale at City Ticket Office,
1504 Farnam street.
Callahan Printing Co. Call 985. 711 S. 16th.
RIGHTS OF CATTLE RAISERS
Lawyer Greene Would I.Ike to See
Settlement of Much Mooted
C. J. Greene has returned from Washing
ton, where he went to present questions
relating to the alleged Illegal fencing of
government land to the Interior depart
ment. "So far as I know," said he, "the matter
Is in statu quo, pending tho action of the
department. What we want is to have a
Judicial decision of the question and not so
much agitation. There are laws governing
the entry of land by the widows and or
phans of soldiers. As we understand the
laws they give these parties the right to
make entries snd to secure patents without
the entrymen' residing upon the lands en
tered, and that from the time they make
entry until they come to make final proof
they have the right to deal with the land as
they see fit. The department places another
construction upon the law, and the cattle
men either have a right to occupy the land
aa lessees of the entrymen or they do not.
If they have no right to the land they can
be ousted by proceedings in the federal
courts, and such proceedings will determine
for all time the correct construction of the
laws. We desire the United States to bring
action to dispossess the cattlemen or cancel
the entries, so that the question can be de
termined, but there seems to be a disposi
tion on the part of some of the government
officials to institute criminal proceedings
which In their very nature can determine
THE NORTHWESTERN LINE.
Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota.
December 24, 25, Jl, January L
Very low fares.
1401-1403 Farnam street.
Have Root print it.
Notice All members of the B. & M. T it.
No. 1 of Nebraska please be at the hall on
Tuesday night, December 30, 1902. Import
ant business. T. O. Hasell, secretary.
STANLEY GETS OUT OF JAIL
Police Vaderataad that Settlement
of Case Oat of Coart ts
No comnlalnt havlnc been fllaA ...
htm, A. J. Stanley, who was arrA mn
charged with the embezzlement of funds
belonging to his employer, the Helns Pickle
company, has been released from his cell
st police headquarters under $1,000 bonds
to appear when wanted. Captain Mostyn
understands mat a aettlement Is being un
dertaken by Stanley with the complaining
company, br which all tha nrnrneiHnr.
against him may be discontinued.
Don't bee a "Jim Dumna." it v
force, coma sell hiah-clua hank. ... -
cellent profession. Call 631 Paxton block.
A. B. Hubermann. onlr a t
Importer In the west. Corner Thirteenth
Monros Coal and Feed Co. 807 v ixtH at
One of the fine arts
Is the brewing of a pure and
wholesome beer. There ar
many cheap, inferior and adul
terated beverages on ths mar
ket, because good beer means
time, money and skill.
Every effort has been ex
erted to make
iMetz Beer a leader
and the, results ar entirely
ii it a 11 i Hana i kidi i
SIXTY WILL BE AGE LIMIT
Another Detail of Union Pacific's Pension
Bstem Leaks Out
OFFICIAL CHANGES ON THE MILWAUKEE
Barllactoa Bays Property at Soath
Omaha for Parpoae of Maklaa;
West Kntranre to th
By a process a good deal like drawing
sap from a rock through a glass tube the
particulars of the Union Pacific pension sys
tem, to become effective about the first of
the yesr, are leaking out. It has been
learned that. Instead of 65, the age for pen
sioning employes for being Incapacitated
Is to be 60. This will have the effect of In
creasing the pension rolls. As has already
been published in The Bee, employes must
have spent twenty years of continuous serv
ice with the company.
As the negotiations between the Union
Pacific officials and strike leaders pro
gress snd a settlement begins to appear as
a possibility within the near futue. Interest
Is all the more aroused over what effect
the pension system will have on the old
shopmen who struck. Will their absence
from the shops for six months deprive
them of the benefits of the pension under
the provision that the service must have
been continuous? The general Impression
is that it will not. It Is understood Presi
dent Burt favored the pension system
largely as a means of getting rid of the
oldest men In the shops, but It was not
President Burt who brought . about this
innovation. President Harrlman of the
Southern Pacific and head of the entire
system, is responsible for It. The system
will be extended throughout the Harrl
man system of railroads, comprising 15,000
miles. When this system Is In vogue It
will make 35,000. miles of railroad In the
United States under the superannuated
plan. Other roads take care of their aged
and Incapacitated employes in other ways.
It has been reported that owing to some
hitch In the details the Union Pacific's
system will not be ready for operation
January 1, as was contemplated, but will
be effective soon thereafter.-
For tho purpose of making a west en
trance to the cattle chutes at the South
Omaha stock yards the Burlington has ac
quired block 352 and exchanged thirty feet
of Thirty-sixth street for a widening of
thirty feet of Boyd street, along which It
will build a double track that will connect
with the new track built by the stock yards
This step Is taken by the Burlington In
line with the movement of the stork yards
company to meet the enormous demands
which the constantly Increasing business
Imposes. With but one entrance on the east
to the stock yards, serious congestions of
live stock are Inevitable. The stock yards
company has made a ' large financial ap
propriation to enlarge the capacity of the
yardage to a degree adequate with the ex
isting demands. The double track to- be
built by the Burlington and the new en
trance on the west, it is believed, will af
ford all necessary relief.
Three changes and appointments, effective
January 1, have been announced by tho
Chicago, Milwaukee ft St. Paul.
W. B. Davenport Is appointed division
freight and passenger agent. In charge of
the Des Moines division, with office at Des
Moines, to succeed A. B. Caswell, resigned.
J. A. Macdonald Is appointed division
freight and passenger agent, with headquar
ters at Mason City, la., to 'succeed W. S.
Bratt. Hi territory will comprise the Iowa
ft Dakota division, except the line south of
Marlon Junction, to Running Water, S. D-,
knd that portion of the Iowa ft Minnesota
division south of and Including Austin,
O. F. Waller is sppolnted division freight
and passenger agent, with office at Aber
deen, S. D., to succeed J. A. Macdonald, as
signed other duties. His territory will com
prise the James River division and that
portion of the Hastings ft Dakota division
west of Ortonvtlle, Minn.
W. S. Bratt Is appointed commercial
agent, with headquarters at 32 Campus Mar-
tius, Detroit, in charge of the Michigan dis
trict, to succeed O. F. Waller.
Clearing Out Pianos Be
END OF "THE YEAR
A Final Offering; (or 1902
28 Pianos for Cash or Easy
Payments Read These
Prices Bring This List
We have what we advertise
Here Is a Sample of Some
H50 Peaae Upright Plane
clearing price, cash C7B
or time ipdO
$175 Richmond Upright Piano
Clearing price, cash CflA
or time iJVtl
tl5 Kingsbury Upright CQE
Piano clearing price. ...,P
$225 Hlrte Upright Pi- Cjn
ano clearing price ..'Pi'tU
$350 Kimball uaed Upright
Piano clearing $175
$300 Hallet Davis used Upright
Piano clearing $lc30
$400 Kimball used Uurlgironfi
Piano clearing price W
and twenty-one new and used
Pianon which we have tagged
for this clean-up end-of-the-year
TERMS-Cash or easy pay
ments. $1.00 per week, or lo.OO
to $10.00 or more per month.
WE WILL CLEAR OUT THE
We have them If you come
Starr Organ CD
clearing price .
Tarlor ft Farley Orgaln CIS
clearing price pit
Cornish Organ 420
clearing price kja.
Whitney & Holmes Or- C22
gan clearing sale ipsi
Wilcox ft White Organ COK
clearing price vtJ
Kimball Organ C2Q
clearing price J.o
Shonlnger Organ CAO
clearing price " "
clearing price ...
clearing price ..,
clearing price ...
CASH OR EAST PAYMENTS.
Don't forget we have the
Knabe, Kimball, Hallet Davis
and Kranlch Bach Pianos.
Wa HUUWa la I
1SI3-1515 Douglas St. I
Florida Esearaloa Via DIle Flyer"
On Tuesday, Jsnuary 6th, an excursion
will be run from NeDraska to Florida with
through aleeplng cars from Omaha and Lin
coln, via Burlington Route to St. Louis and
the "Dixie Flyer" Route from there to Jack
sonville. This excursion will be a personally con
ducted one and will be In charge of Mr.
George W. Bonnell, C. T. A., B. at M. R. R.,
Lincoln, Neb., who ts thoroughly familiar
with the points of interest enrout and In
the state of Florida.
As you pass through Cairo, Martin,
Nashville, Chattanooga, Atlanta and Macon,
and make a 12-hour stopover at Chatta
nooga, where an experienced guide will
conduct the party through Chattanooga
Park, pay a visit to Lookout Mountain and
other points of Interest; the trip will be
an Interesting and Instructive one.
An early application for sleeping car
space Is suggested. Ask for copy of Illus
trated booklet outlining the trip at 1402
Farnam St., or write W. H. BRILL. Diat.
Pass. Agt., Illinois Central Railroad.
On December 24, 25 and 31 and January 1
tha Chicago, Milwaukee ft St Paul rail
way will sell round trip tickets to points
within. 200 miles at far and one-third.
Final limit. January 2.
City Office, 1504 Farnam St.
Eat King Cole Self-rising Buckwheat.
In these stirring times is PRICES and not
noes i s. it is folly. In our opinion, to cmlm
to have the "BEST (SOODH IN TOWN."
We eliminate nil thin mwi! hv iimnlv
GUARANTEEING EVERY SINGLE
ARTICLE WK HELL TO HE GENUINE
AND AT PRICEKS ADVKRTISEn
$1.00 Perunn yes. Pe-ru-na Harlman'i 61c
$1.00 Pierce's Golden Med. Discovery... 61c
$1.00 Pierces' Favorite Prescription.... 64c
35c genuine Castoria 24c
Allrock's Porous Plasters 12c
$1.00 PRlne's Celery Compound 74c
$1.00 Miles' Nervine 74c
$1.00 Rhonp's Restorative Tonic 75c
$1.00 Snoop's Rheumatic Cure 75c
ii.w lemptatlon Tonic new stock 25c
We now control the entire output of tho
Temptation Tonic company. Mull orders
$1.00 Newbro's Herplclde want It? 75c
$1.00 Parisian Hair Tonic guaranteed.. 75c
75c Moellor's Cod Liver Oil 64c
$1.00 Butler's Female Regulator guar
$1.00 Hosaack's Sarsaparllla 5c
ano Nhrailrr'a Kl Powder StOc
60c Cutlcura Salve 89c
60c Doan's Kidney Pills sc
$2 Chester's Genuine Pennyroyal Pills. $1.00
60o Wizard Oil 39c
Tel. T47. S. W. Cor. Jrta au4 Caleawo.
A NEW SUIT FOR KEW YEAR'S
will be the correct thing for you If you
leave your order now with Dresner,
the Tailor. We make suits to order,
perfect fitting, correct In style, at from
$20 to $40. You have a great variety
of exclusive patterns to chouse from.
1S15 Farnam St. Open Evenings.
THIS COLD WAVE
May have Its advantages but to the
man In tha street car it's a question
of cold feet unless his shoes are the
Drexel's Specials at $3.50 are anti
cold feet shoes.
Box calf, kid, enamel, in fact all
kinds of leather that makes up good,
wearing and stylish shoes.
Now that the Christmas rush Is over
you and our clerks will have the time
to give the attention that a perfect
Most people In Omaha know that
Drexel'a Is the place where satisfac
tion Is always found Maybe you'll
wake up aome day.
DREXEL SHOE GO.
Omaha's Up-to-Date Shoe House
1419 FARNAM STREET.
If you are thinking
of fitting your borne out with
new fixtures gas or .electric
come la and look over our ele
taot line. We can please you.
F. M. Russell
313 South 15th St. Telephone 503
W. R. Deaaett Co.
E. E. Hastings, Receiver.
GREAT SACRIFICE IN HARDWARE,
PAINTS AND OILS. SADDLERY.
LISKS FAMOUS NICKEL TLATED teas
and coffees, regular price, $1.98 and $1.43,
now $1.68 and $1.18.
Paring knife, values were 14c to (c, now
10c to 3c.
Butcher knives, double steel, 10 in, wss
58c, now 42c.
Other sizes rut In proportion.
Famous keen cutter, 9-Inch, wss $12?.
Famous Teutonio scissors, 6-lnch, now
Also the Sanda shears, any site, 24c.
800 pocket knives, formerly sold for
SSe snd SBc, now 32c and 24c.
Slightly damaged granite ware. Including
the celebrated Stransky, Llsk Co. 'a ware,
at your own price.
Razors, regular price, $1.2?, this sale,
Sale Opened With a
The clearing sale of men's wearing ap
parel at 1519-1521 Douglas street opened
vtth a rush. People of Omaha know genu
ine bargains when they see them, ad In
times like these, when coal, meat, etc., are
way up In price it pays to save on your
clothes. Our show windows tell the tale.
Here are Guyot Suspenders, 39c; Shawknlt
Socks, 20c; Elgin $1.00 Shirts, 48c; all wool
Black Worsted Suits, $5.00: Btrong, durable
Overcoats and Ulsters, $3.90; Gloves, from
5c up; Regent $3.50 Shoes for $1.60; extra
heavy Wool Socks, 15c; flnnnel lined Caps,
25c; men's Working. Pants, 48c; blanket
lined Duck Coats, 69c; Corduroy Pants
(guaranteed), $1.25; also Worsted Pants for
the same price; choice of all our men's
finest Pants, former prices $6.00, $7.00 and
$8.00, now $5.00, they are as fine as any
tailor makes to order for $14.00; Fancy
Vests, SSc; union made Overalls, 39c; men's
Tuxedo Suits, $14.00, and- lots of other arti
cles to numerous to mention equally cheap.
Having too much stock Is the reason for this
great clearing Bale at 1519-1521 Douglas St.
The Guarantee Clothing Co.
"Kprps Is ppRs," unld nn old
lady who didn't know that liore
"In town," esps AUE egps; fresh
eggs and strictly fresh eggs.
To ninny a man, all tailor
made clothing- Is alike. He
doesn't know that there's at
much difference, between our
sort of tailor-made clothing and
some other sorts as there Is be
tween tailor-made garments
and those" ready-mnde. He
doesn't know that our $35 suits
are considerably different from
any $33 suit tnilor-nlnde In
Omaha. And difference In a
The nobbiest dressed men In
Omaha this winter will be
dressed In "MacCarthy" suits.
Will you be one of them?
MacOarthy Tailoring Co.'
Phone 1801 1710-12 Farnan St.
Bee Bld., Omaha.
The Fry Shoe
There Is no other like It; no
other shoe for women that is
equal to It in Its perfect fitting
qualities, it's high toned style,
it's high grade of material, and
It's economical price. It has no
fanciful name, but bears our
own name and guarantee, and
our reputation rests on the
splendid value of this shoe.
All styles, all leathers, $3.50.
Send for our fall catalogue.
OUR NEW LIST
of the lowest drug prices ever made In the
cut rate war:
25c Pills Banes 15c
25c Pills Brandreth's 15c
60c Pills Carter's Iron 80c
50c Pills Dodd's Kidney 30c
25c Pills Dlx's Constipation 15e
25c Pills Gunn's 15c
50c Pills Hobb's Sparagus 30c
25c Pills Hood's 15c
25c Pills Hanlon's 15c
25c Pills Miles' Anti-Pain 15c
25c Pills Miles' Nerve and Liver 15c
50c Pills Kidneolds 80c
25c Pills Jaynes' 15c
25c Pills Pierces' 15c
25o Pills Warner's Safe 16c
Fuller Drug & Paint Co.
114' 5. 14th Street.
WE SELL PAINT.
yl LISTEN Qjf
I I in -i '-ST"i""J",;t"" "
Only Three .lore Days of This Sensational,
Honey Raising, Bargain Giving Event, j
Monday the Most Astonishing Values Eer Put on Salo in
Omaha, Will Be Offered In Every Department.
The Money Must Be Raised. Haydens Has The Goods To Sell.
It is Clearing Sale Time. It in Inventory Time. It Is Bar-
gain Time. Come Early on Monday.
THE BARGAIN ROOM
Your Choice of Any Ladies'
worth up to $30.00,
Before Inventory Forced Shoe
Never In the history of shoe selling In
Omnha has shoes been sold as cheap as
thry will be sold in this sale.
Men's shoes worth up to $3.00, st $1.96.
Women's shoes worth up to $3.50, at
Men's sample shoes, worth up to $2.00,
Men's satin calf congress, worth $2.00,
Bath slippers, worth ROc, at 2?c.
Men's (train tap solo lace work shoe,
worth $2.00, at $1.29.
Men's kangaroo calf crudraoore, worth
$2.50, at $1.65. t --
Monday In The Bargain Room
Monday will be one of the greatest days
In the history of the bargain room over
$."0,000 of fall merchandise will be closed
out regardless of cost. Wool dress goods,
cotton dress goods, flannelettes, ginghams,
Madras cloth, out-flannels, ticking, muslin,
ladies' and gents' furnishings, everything
will go regardless of cost.
Wool dress goods worth $1.00 a yard, at
25c, 39c and 49c a yard.
Silks worth $1.60, at 25c, 39c and 49c a
yard. - .
Flannelettes worth 15c to 19c, at 6c and
7Hc a yard.
Flints worth 6c, 6c and 6Hc. at 2c yard.
Yard wide apron checks at 3Vsc a yard.
Outing flannels worth 10c at 3c and 3 Vic
Men'a underwear worth 75c to $1.00 will
go at 26c, 35c and 49c each. ...
Vnbleached muslin worth 6Hc a yard, at
4V4c a yard.'
Unbleached muBlIn worth 7 Vie a yard, at
4c a yard." '
I'ercales, dark colors, worth 12V4c, 15c,
19c a yard, at be a yard.
Besides this we will have several other
sales announced from the floor during tho
FREE TO ALL UNTIL JANUARY 1.
By request of tha iarga number that we were unable to wait upon we have d-
cmea to extend our Free Cllnlo prices until January 1. We want every
man. woman and child to have their teeth examined by the PROFES
SORS OF THIS COLLEGE. ,
lUlfL ITre. No students to practice on you. nut
hOWjrrlAlU OLf. EXPERIENCED. RELIABLE.
ACCURATE. EXPERT DENTISTS -SPECIALISTS
in EACH DEPARTMENT.
Work guaranteed ten years. We are
here to stsy. Incorporated under state law.
FflJ, SET OP TEETH fro
OOI.D CROWNS from (2.85
AIAMIXIM PLATES from SJS.OO
A MALL CHARQES
UNION DENTAL COLLEGE
ROOM 4, 1522 DOUGLAS.
COLD DAYS and
SHARP WINDS make
. HAY' WAnD BROS. SHOE CO.,
Omaha and Boston.
FOR SALE at retail by T. B. NORRIS,
1617 Douglas St. Omaha: BELL. It SON, 104
Broadway, Council BlulTn, und leading re
tailers throughout the state.
THE MOYER STATIONERY CO.
220-22 SOUTH I6TH ST.
WHEN YOU BUY A
You are not paying for CH ROM OS. SCIlEMt-, FUFE DEALS, ETC., but
for FINE QUALITY HAVANA TOBACCO. EQUAL to IMHOKTEDCIGAKA
.. r K- IUCB attHCAHTLLX CICJAA OX, Manf? gfc Laula. VuUm atade,
Cloak or Jacket in The Horse,
on Monday Only $10.00.
Muslins and Sheetings
10 cases Hill bleached muslin, sold regua
lar at 8Vtc on sale at 6c yard.
9-4 unbleached aheeting, regular ISO,
value, on sale Monday at 14Vic yard.
8- 4 bleached rhretltig, reeulur 17o, for
9- 4 bleached sheeting, regular 10c, for
READY MAPK PHEKTS AND CASKS.
72x90 unbleached sheet, regular 60c, for
81x90 unbleached theet, regular 60c, for
72x90 bleached sheet, regular 60c, for 4r.c.
81x90 blearhed sheet, special, regular 65c,
42-Inch bleached pillow rase, regular llo,
45-lnrh bleached pillow case, regular
12VSiC, for 9c.
68-Inch bleached damask, regular SSc,
64-Inch bleached damak, regular (10c, for
54-lnrh unbleached damask, regular 37V4C,
68-Inch unbleached damask, regular 60c,
60-Inch half bleached damask, all linen,
regular 65c, for 49c.
72-lnch bleached damask, all linen, regit,
lar 85c, for 62V4e.
Bleached union napkins, regular $1.00,
Bleached all linen napkins, regular $2.00,
Remnants of table linen snd toweling at
less than cost.
Pre-lnventory Sale of Silks
To close cut as many silks ns possible In
the next few days we have made the low
est prices of the whole year. No where
at anytime such rensatlonnl ha renins, the
great opportunity that you cannot afford
TEETH EXTRACTED .....
. . . ,FREB
WORK DONE FREE,
OF PAINLESS DENTISTRY
Open dally till 9. Sunday, 10 to 4.
(uhn's Glyccroio of Roses
25c a Bottle. Ask For It.
BUYS A SERVICEABLE
That's our lowest priced. They range-"
from that up to the highest priced hand
led In Omaha.
Lap Robes ,
at all prices and of varied and attractive
1516-18 CAPITOL, AVENUE.
CARRIAGES AND HORSE FURNISHINGS
REMEMBER WE ARE SOLE
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
Wm, T. Wood & Co.'s Tools,
AND CARRY THE ONLY STOCK
IN THE WEST
SEND FOR Villi CATALOGUE.
Jas. Morton &Son Go.
1511 IdKs Street
HARDWARE AND TOOLS.
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