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THE OMAHA DAILY ItEE: 8ATUKPAY, OCTOIlKTt 3. 1003.
S Special Saturday Sales in Shirts, Neckwear. Hats, Etc
11 ere are the Ties that you have regularly paid 50c for. In the 4
new tecks, Imperials and four-ln-handa, worth up to 50c, L
Sale of Men's Fine Fall Shirts
The newest Ksnry SUIT Hppnn
Hhlrts, nil the rlinlrr.it cffrrta-ln
fit and finish they urn the. equal n
cusLom-niado ftlilrts great values
Special Values in
Evening and morning's chilly weather
Our showing the largest and finest In
Men's 75o derbv ribbed '"lf I
tinifc'rweiir at UtJt
Wen's 75r quality wool and ie..4Bi I
an fleece lined nt I
Sale of Men's and
We sorured an Immrnm shipment of Sweaters from one of the, large
eastern factories and are enabled to sell cheaper than any other retail store
In the west. The Sweaters in this stock art In all the new effects, In strlpea
Men's All Wool Sweaters, 7!ie to 13.88.
Boys' All Wool Bweatcrs, 45c to $1.49.
Sweater Special In the Basement Boys pure worsted Sweat
era, plain and fancy colors, worth up to 7oo, go at MUW
Swell New Hats for Fall
In shapes and
everyf.ice. These hats have all the
style of any Ave dollar hat priced
5.'o?oth 1 E.I wf stiff. at
Great showing of the John B.
fv sti7ll nu7 fall Wnrlc
f. Pratibei c pom
RAILROADS WAR ON DRINK
(Join in MoTement to Suppran Habitual
j Use of Intoxicants.
jOMAHA LINES' ARE IN THE COMPACT
j-tCle.e.se la All Ktw Rules Demanding
Prohibition and the Konase
( Tobacco Around
Railroads converging In Omaha and
krnilffhfllit the rnnntrv nri waving War
against the use of intoxicating liquors and
'tobacco by employes engaged In operating
trains. Officials declare that prohibitionists
have reduced the number of accidents at
I least 25 per cent, so the edict has gone
forth, that employes who drink, or who
hfrequentN places where intoxicating liquors
are sold, are not safe men to Intrust with
the lives of patrons or with the valuable
property transported . by the railroads.
Generally the use of tobacco while on duty
and when about stations and on the prop
arty of the railroad company Is proscribed.
!Aa for the cigarette, the order against it
Is almost as severe as that against
whisky. A number of the railroads enter
ing OmnhA h.v. Issued new rule books. And
without exception these contain the following-
rules, or rules similarly framed:
The uso of Intoxicants by employes while
xn duty is prohibited. Their habitual use
or the frequenting of places where they
are sold Is sutllclent cause for dismissal.
The use of tobacco by employes when on
duty in and about passenger stations or on
'f aasaiiger cars Is prohibited.
It Is said that the Rock Island will
'discharge men for frequenting saloons
whether on or oft duty.
Great Western Karulngi,
I The third week In September the Chicago
tJGreat Western earned 11X4, NC8 gross, an In
i crease of H'1.447 over the corresponding
ifweek of last year. The gross earnings from
Una beginning of the new fiscal year to
data are fl. 84,513, an increase of 1551, 09.
The Chicago Great Western expects to
'have the bridge across the Kaw river com
ifileted about the first of February. This
letructuie will replace the former one re
cently waHhed away by a flood. It will
-cost the company about $.'50,000, and lta
construction is under the supervision of H.
J. Harps, of the ofTico of chief engineer of
the Maple Leaf.
August was a banner month for the Wa
ah, as the company broke all previous
records for both freight and passenger
earnings for the month. The gross earn
ings fur the month were K.l-IXti.TG. operat
ing expenses wore 11,450, UI2.G5, and net earn
fktmbrrUln'i Colle. cholera
Diarrhoea Itemed y.
The uniform success of this preparation
In the relief and cure of bowel complaints
has brought It Into almost universal use,
. It never falls and when reduced with water
land sweeten.nl Is pleasant to take. It it
'equally valuable for children and adults.
1 A t.uod Thlav.
Kvery Issue of The Four-Track News
makes it easier for ticket agents and tfeket
sellers to secure pa8eigers for distant
parts of the country, for the teason that
every article urd every Illustration In The
Tour-Track News Is an Inducement for
readers to travel and see what a marvelous
'variety of scenery and climate our own
country possesses. Tho more these facts
art Impressed upon the averuge person,
ittie more certain he or she is to have a
desire to travel. Therefore, The Four
Track News Is not only la the interest of
all the transportation lines and hotels. It
also bears out the legend of its title page
rcf "An Illustrated Mtigaune of Travel and
Education. "From the FvtifTalo Cummer-
Jans Ad flams' lecture Newer Ideals of
feace first Cou. cburcb Oct. I p. m.
of Swell Fall Neckwear
The newest and handsomest line of
Fall Neckwear in Omaha. All the
new and exclusive ideas in fancy
figured sill; swell Persian and tht
new non-creasing plain M f
color Bilkr, ail the tmirt 'slylfs, 9
regular one dollar values only, J
suggest change In underwear.
,pn'" ,-2B Uck "wee lined
Men s $2.00 all wool extra
heavy underwear at.
The popular Brandels Bperlal, In soft and stiff hats.
This fall's styles are dressier than ever before.
Swell new English browns, tans, pearls and Marks,
widths of brims to suit
style Hats in all the late
..a. .$3owto. 98c
Stetson Hats in
snrta! ... . -a. 3
31. Prnttitfi Sc'gtons
GET HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
Representatives of Knights Templar
Quarter Nebraska Commander?
at the Occidental.
Milton J. Kennard has returned from San
Francisco, where he made arrangements,
after considerable trouble and lengthy
negotiations, for the accommodation of
Mount Calvary Commandery No. 1, Knights
Templar, at the Occidental hotel during the
triennial conclave In September, ino4. This
hotel Is the headquarters for the, Orient
trade and declines to make contracts In
advance, but In this case waived the rule.
Prank K. White, grand recorder, and
Henry Gibbons of Kearney, past grand
commander of the state, made arrange
ments at the same time for the quartering
of the grand commandery of Nebraska at
' Over 100 members of Mount Calvary com
mandery will attend the conclave and will
have a special train out of Omaha to the
What Follows OrlpT
Pneumonia often, but never when Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption is
used. It cures colds and grip. Wc, 11.00.
For sale by Kuun & Co.
Announcements of the Theaters.
Only two more times matinee and even
ing performance today and the varied and
pleasing bill of this week at the Orpheum
will be brought to a close. It has served
well to draw a series of very big audiences.
The management has calculated the suc
ceeding bill to meet the demands of the
gay and happy mood of Ak-Far-lten week
and feel confident it even excells the best
program thus far this season. Mary Hamp
ton and company will fill the top-Una posi
tion. Miss Hampton is the latest of the
"big guns" to desert tho legitimate for
vaudeville. She was a Frohman leading
lady and scored heavily in such successes
ns "Sowing the Wind" and "Under the
Red Robe." She la a southern girl and
endowed with the beauty for which the
women are famed down south. Included
In her support will be William Davis, who
was a member of tho Woodward Kto.w
company. Her vehicle will be a ketch en
titled "The Melo Drama." Tho other seven
arts on the bilf are varied and of estab
At a matinee this afternoon and again
this evening will "Ben-Hur" be presented
for the last time in Omaha. The engage
ment has been most successful, particularly
from an artistic point of view. The com
pany la very strong- and, being equipped
with an entire new outfit of scenery, cos
tumes and mechanical appliances, is pre
senting the great spectacle better than
ever. It is unquestionably the finest thing
of the sort ever shown and is worthy of the
closest study, as much for the lesson it
teaches as for the entertainment it af
fords. No other tiiow ever sent out has
such beautiful and startlingly realistic pic
tures. Some good seats may yet be ob'
tained at the box office.
Beginning with a matinee on Sunday.
Richard Carle comes to the Hoyd for three
performances of hi latent success), "The
Tenderfoot." In this Mr. Carle has entered
a most Inviting Meld for the mutical com
ody, the southwest, and has grouped a lot
of Interesting characters in a clverly con
structed bit of comedy and satire com
l-lncd. Among the company supiiortlng Mr.
v arie is urace i amerun or umana. a prima
local favorite. Seals are now on sale.
The Beaaett Company.
The official souvenir of the Knights of
Ak-Sar-Ben, a beautiful lithographed work
ef art, authorised by the board of govern
ors, will be given away FREE In our shoe
department tomorrow. One with, every pair
of shoes sold.
RKMKMBKR, IN SHOE DEPT. ONLY.
Iook for Bomtner Bros.' half-page gro
cery lid. In the Illustrated tomorrow.
Uubermatui, Jeweler; all aooda guaranteed.
The Greatest Sale
Clothing Ever Held
4 n M
v v m .i k
Price is always d strong attraction for
customers. We know how to combine Qual
ity and price.
Mennen's Talcum Powder 12c
4711 Soap 10c
Swansdown Powder 15c
Ilnkham Compound 74c
Pierce's Golden Medical , Discovery ....69c
Ayer's Hair Vigor .'. 73c
Hall's Hair Restorer 7c
Packer's Tar Soap 14c
Menthol Pencils 10c
Mecca Compound 20c
Cuts no figure, with Omaha 'cause the big
Carnival goes on lust the same, rain or
snow; neither do the DRUG TRUSTS cut
anv figure with SCHAEFER'S CUT
PRICK DRUG STORK 'cause they keep
right on cutting prices Just the same.
Some druggists are FIGHTING THE CUT
PRICH plan, but we notice they keep up
their Ctrl' PRICK SIGNS. PRETENDERS
NEVER DID CUT MUCH FIGURE or
11.00 Peruna Pe-ru-na 67c
11.00 Wine Cardul 75c
tl.M) Pierre's Prescription 6c
ll.oo Pierce's Medical Discovery 6Sc
11.00 Paine's Celery Compound 79c
.Tie. Genuine Caxtoria 24c
5k; Doan's Kidney Pills 3s:
Me Cuticura Salve 39i)
5c Syrup Figs. California 4"c
l"c "Catarrh Rem" 30c
;oc Gem Catarrh Powder 30o
75c Moeller's Cod Diver Oil 4c
I5n laxative Bromo Quinine 15c
'.6c Qulnacetol. guaranteed Cold Cure....20o
12.00 Chester's Genuine Pennyroyal Plllsll.OO
SCHAEFER'S DRUG STORE
E. T. YATES, Proprietor.
Two Phones 747 and 707.
lath and Chlcaaro Streets, Omaha.
Via Wabash Ratlread.
St. I-ouls and Return, HI. 6ft.
Sold October 4 to t.
Iave Omaha 6:55 p. m., Arrive St. Louis
7:00 a. m.
City Office 1601 Farnam Street, or Address
Harry E. Moores, Genl. Agt. Pass. Dept.,
Kansas City, Missouri, and Retara.
Account of the fall festivities at Kansas
City the Missouri Pacific railway will sell
round trip tickets at one fare from October
4th to 10th inclusive. Limited to October
12th. For further Information call or ad
dress Union Station or City Ticket Offices,
S. E. Cor. 14th and Douglas streets. Thos.
F. Godfrey, passenger and ticket agent.
Chicago Great VFesiera Railway.
Short line to Minden, Harlan, Manning,
Carroll and Fort Dodge. Two trains each
way. Ieave Omaha at 6:20 a. m. and Z:4S
p. m. Leave Council Bluffs at 1:46 a. m.
and 1:10 p. m. For reformation apply to
Geo. F. Thomas, Gen'l Agt., room 111,
Omaha National Bank building, Omaha,
Neb., and 36 Pesrl St., Council Bluffs, la.
Commencing October I freight bousea of
all lines In the city of Omaha will close at 3
p. m. Saturdays.
Horse covers made o ci your horse.
Omaha Tent and Awning Co., Uth and
A. B. Hubermana, only direct diamond
Importer la Vam weal ar.aita, A Denglaa.
Men's fine suits In all tno latest styles
nd fabrics, all hand tailored, hand padded
shoulders and hair cloth fronts. Tiiee
come In cafnlmrres, cheviots, wontri1n,
rerges, Scotch cheviots, fancy rnsslmrrcs,
fancy worsteds, thlbets and unfinished
worsteds in brown mixtures, oxford grays,
blurs, blacks and fancy mixtures In neat
checks, stripes and plain colors. If you
are In need of a suit come to llaydrn Bros.
They have the largest assortment of men's
suits to select from at 17.&0, 110.00, 112.50.
115.00, 118.00 and up to 1J5.00.
Men's fine overcoats in all the lntpst
styles and colors. In frieze, virunus, ker
seys, beavers, meltons and Scotch cheviots.
In oxford grays, brown mixtures, blue
blacks, fanry mixtures, strifes, cheeks and
plain colors, all hand tailored with close
tlttlne collars and self retaining fronts. In
medium and long lengths. The greatest
assortment of men's overcoats ever shown
at 17.60, 110.00, 112.60, 115.00, 118.00, 120.00 and
up to 125.00.
Boys' kime pants suits, made in double
breasted, Norfolk, sailor Norfolk, snllor
blouse and three piece Btyles. In fancy
cheviots, serges, fancy worsteds and fancy
casslmeres many of them are made with
double seat and knees, all made with ex
tension waistbands and taped seams. These
come in any shade or color desired at 11.95,
12.50. 12.95, 13.50. and up to 15.00.
Boys' overroata in all the latest
styles and fabrics, in the latest shades and
rotors, medium and long lengths, nt 12.60,
13.50, 13.75, 14.50. 15.00 and up to 17.50.
IN THE CITY
Robes, Panoy Ilorso
Goods, Suit Cases
and Valises jtjtjt
AT A REDUCTION
Tel, 2314. 1210 Farnam Street
If You'vs Been a Stranger
To the flavor given by using our coffees,
get acquainted. Nothing but pure coffee
la the kind wa sell.
Rio Blend for Saturday :....llc
Special Rio I2c
Deader Blend has no equal, for l.c
Boston Blend 20c
Cucuta Blend worth 35c 20c
TEAS A BARGAIN.
Tea Sittings for Saturday 12V4c
Basket Fired Japan, English Breakfast,
Oolong 35c, 45c, 65c, 65c.
Two-ounce, full weight 15c
Four-ounce, full weight 3oc
OUR SPICES ARE PURE AT 25c
Mixed spices for pickling the best ,...ac
TRY OUR H-LB. COCOA per can ....17'jC
Remember we buy our coffees green and
make our own blends; thereby we give you
better coffee than you can buy elsewhere
for the same money.
You rrn save 60o every time you
bring the boy here and have us fit
him with a pair of boys' shoes at
The quality Is there for the dlffer
enre. Parents who have bought these
shoes know their value and come
again and again for the same kind
of 11.50 shoes nothing we could say
would recommend them as much as
this fact. Saturday is boys' day.
DREXEL SHOE GO.
(419 Farnam Street.
Omaha's Dp-to-Dato Shoe Mouse,
BUY A FARM
on Monthly Installments.
Farm homes In Polk and Barron Counties,
Wisconsin, wirhin from bo to 76 miles from
Bi. Paul and Minneapolis, 18 to lib per acre,
upon payment of from 6u cents to 11. 60 per
acre cash, balance in three, five or ten
years, on monthly payments. Monthly In
stallments of from 13 to 16 mill procure a
farm. For maps and full Information ad
dress. LECKE'S LAND AGlrMtiv.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Xahea Meet Tnefal Present. . . .
1313 Farnam St.
The Lcadinjr Piano lloua
S !', lfaslf7a
A Golden Chance
for piano buyers this week.
Without question the closing; oat
sale of the l.anare A- Mlpton stock
presents the most surprising
bars Inn the difference between
a lealtlmnte bargain and the Imi
tation Is as vrlde as the differ
ence between Tire and virtue.
He sure to take s look at them.
Kvery Instrument Is more than
deservlna- the appelatlon.
A Genuine Bargain
A few of the low priced 'ones
selected at random. There are
hundreds more. In this lot ou
are almost sure to Bind Just the
one you wanti
Gilbert 9 33
llallct Jk. Davis S3
Hlaslus A Sons 1(M
Stein way A Sons, Steg-er, F.mer
son, Vose, llardman, A. R. Chase,
Sleek, Mason A Hamlin, Krell,
grhaaf, Grainer. Erbe, Hensel,
Crown and nearly a score of
others to select from.
EASIEST KIND OF PAYMENTS,
P I AN O S
MAIN HOUSC AND OFFICE: 1313 FARNAM
factoby: FASN Ast
CO. BLUFFS, IA
13S S). 11TH ST.
13.50 shoes for women have
never been shown In this city to
equal the Fry Shoe in Its styl
ish elegance, splendid quality
of material and finished work
manship. 13.50 will pay for more satis
faction In wear, comfort and
beauty. In a Fry Shoe than In
any other shoe made at the
All styles; all leathers
PRY SHOE CO
If you desire low prices on meats and
groceries, which stamps quality on every
article you buy. to prove their superiority
by your own experience and thereby save
money Instead of trading stamps, secure
your eatables here and be convinced.
30 pounds granulated
Finest sifted pens obtainable
Rock wood's Oocoa
3 2-1 b. packages rolled oats
Exponents of good living.
28th and Farnam Sts.
Grocery Tels. 1329-1331. Market Tel. 754
fer. ;f .lib
You'll like the way we fix your teeth.
as the work will be satisfactory and last
ing. GOLD FILLINGS Sl.SO up
KKT TKKTII SA.OO
Taft's Dental Rooms
1517 Doujrlaa St.
Deputy State T.terlnarTaaw
I!.L.RmCC10TTI, D. Y. S.
Office and Infirmary, ffcta sod Mason ata,
I WH If
or our popular "Fifth Avenue'' shape at $2.00 or $2.50, as
the case may be, in the new fall blocks, and leave a last
year's style behind, often with regret, because it Mill
Wonderful Values in Our Boys'
We claim that nowhere In the city can you buy boys' clothes of
equal merit at anythl ag near the price we quote you. Read
Suits for Boys at These Three Prices Go on Sale Saturday
$1.85, $2.35, $2.85
Boys' Suits $1.85, Worth $2.50
Made of pure all wool blue cheviot nnd.casslmere all the
newest colorings Norfolk style sles 4 to 12 years-double-breasted
styles, sizes 8 to 15 yenrs these suits sre
great bargains you must see them 12-50 values on sale....
Boys' Suits $2.35, Worth $3.25-
Made of very fin and select fancy cheviots and casslmeres. also thlbets mnfle
and trimmed beautifully Norfolk, 4 to 11': double-breasted
8 to IB we respectfully ask a close examination f these ,
suits, as the values are equal to anv garment Helling for
13.25 In this city-worth 13.25 Saturday
Boys' Suits Worth $4.00 for $2.85
Made of very fine snd select fancy cheviots and casslmeres.
Also blue Washington Mills cheviot made, and trimmed
beautifully and the fit Is perect Norfolk 4 to 12, double
breasted 8 to 15 worth 14.00 on sale
Largest Eicluslre Retail Millinery House in the West.
Stylish Millinery at Popular Prices
THIS STORE FOR VALUES AND STYLE
Beautiful Hats at S4, S5 and 36
Extraordinary Sals on Street Hats Saturday.
INVESTIGATE, IT PAYS.
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS,
Bank on Balcony, Main Floor
Per Cent Interest Paid on Cer
tificates of Deposit Running 3,
6 or 12 Months.
Per Cent Interest Paid on Pass
Books. Interest Compounded
Every Three Months.
Deposits Received from $1 to $3,000
Money can be withdrawn at any
time without notice.
HOME SAFES LOANED FREE
To each depositor who desire It vv loan a tel
slronr box. which I very handy to savs small
CHECKS ON ALL
Chicago, Milwaukee ft St.
C, Bt. P., M. ft O.
Postofflce Money Orders
9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Saturdays until 9 P. t.
Your Account Solicited
h in mi mi a
Tho Geo Vant Ads Produco Results
F i i if
Are about tlio same rvcrywhoro
qualities arc different and .von are
acquainted with this store well enough
to know that the name wouldn't po
into a hat that wasn't thoroughly
worthy of its price and more, too :
it has got to be a beter hat at its price
than the same money will pay for else
where. Men like our hats we know
they do because with a majority of
our customers it's a case of "off agin',
on agin', Finne.gan"' they come in for
another "Nebraska Special' at Sl.oO,
correct blocks in Soft Hals aud
u iiui.fin iTin'i'-
1308 DOUGLAS STREET
Zfxpress Money Orders.
Swift A Co. Pay Checks
Armour ft Co. Pay Checks
Cudahy Pay Checks
Hammond Packing Co. Pay Checks
Omaha Tacking Co. ray Checks
raul Telephone Pay Checks
Postmaster's Pay Checks
City, County and School Warrants
All Checks on Other Banks
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