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OMAHA, SATUISDAY MOJSNINO. OCTOBER 3, lta.
SINGLE COPY THREE CENTS.
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SATURDAY'S SUPERB VALUES If.
M women' ult mad with cap otfr
shoulder, the tong graceful its 1. trimmed
with satin band sold everywhere for
Mtwi Saturday, only. 1 fiJl
Jknother Vt which cannot be matched In
the eemntry. These come In blarks, blue,
grays and fauvcy mixtures, all made in
tht newest style and trimmed with
Loose coat a half tight fitting coats, long
coats and medium length coats, short coats
and all style of coats, for about one-half
Women's box coat trimmed with velvet
and satin lined, for P Ofl
Woimii"! kersey and xlbeltne coats. lined
with heavy taffeta and satin, regular
tlaM vaJues. for in ftn
i . enly IV'WU
.Women's coats and cape, tn long ait J
"siedlum length and Louis XIV style,
t ' Garment that command the price er
T tM anywhere. Saturday. jg QQ
jf I) sample coats, beautiful creaMona. no
! two alike, for 91 ftfl
cn a. ww
Saturday is Pother's and Children's
Day in Our Gioak Department.
Big manufacturer's stock of children's i
lata la sixes from 2 to 14 years, all col-
dlrisisd Into four lots:
LOT No. 1 Children's coats,
and wall lined,
"LOT No. Children's coats In reds, blues
and dark greens, lined throughout and
cape over ahou'.der, trimmed In braid and
very thread wool, for I "JC
only Is 19 t
Extra Specials for
Front 8(o 10 an Only
. VTomen's sUk walsta In blues, pinks, greens
j and black i.W quality, 2 85
! Frca 9 to 12 a in
Women's paau do sets drees skirts, made
with four rows of ruffle. CM
m quality for UsWll
Oreksnral Haste la Mllllaery Dest. every slay aarlaar Ak-Sar-Bea.
Big Silk Sale AH Day Saturday
ltv JleOM crepe de chine, 24 Inches wide.
Ul ooior and lack. tL2k grade, at
10 pieces fancy fall waist allka, wanh
tl tx and lZEu on sale at Osc
Id styiaa Persian Paon veivata. tha latest
eastern novelty, Oc
M Vlecea fine black. 17 lnche wlda, taf
feta, worth 11.00. for e.
10 style new black dxaas llka. worth
i " on sale at bkc.
WH1TQ eILK IS different styles and
weivea, sella for IXS and tl.5i. Saturday
GOSSIP OF THE POLITICIANS
Lack of Animation Characterises tha Cam
paign ia Do tula Cfluoty.
j DEMOCRATS PUT OFF JUDICIAL MEETING
Ckali-aaaja Cewell gays Caaaaalttee Has
i, rtllag; Fmada tar Caadt.
dale for Beard at
"It is more ef a "UU hunt than .tit
eampaiga we have ever hal In Pouglas
ooucty," la the substance of one comment
which has been mad a number of time
during Us past week oa the republican
Candidates for all of the office, a a rule,
decline to discus either their ova chance i
or the chanora of their opponent and will
simply say that they are out after vots.
The tact that they are running against
member of their own party Is given a a
reason for the general lack of speech on
their part, but fter the republican
primaries and the democratic contention,
both of which occur next Tuesday. It la
stated the campaign will assume aa en
tirely dlCarent aepect.
Ed P. Smith, rhairmaj) of the democrat!
Judicial committee, left Ut evening for
Chicago oa a short bualr.es tnp and the
meeting of the district judicial committee,
hooked for Saturday afternoon, has be-.fi
Indefinitely pontporieil. One matter which
waa to have come before the meeting for
formal action vu tlie oneation of tllr.min
-j the aame of Judges Maxtor and Esteile
to remain on the democratic ticket. Mr.
I Jaltb state thai the matter has practically
been set tied and that r.a change will be
, saade m the ticket a nomiaated by the
democratic convention. AKd from thi
, ouestioa ef cnurr.ti the ticket vm im:.
!, Intereat an been or 1 being taken la
democrats raaka li the judicial campaign.
M J- Kenr.ard arm cd ham Thursday
from California and will now maaa aa
j 1 aiUva aatcpaXga Iir tne nominaUoa t-X
More particular?; more trnotls; the pub
lic interested and our cloak department
crowded; more salesladies xvauted.
Saturday is the third day of the preat
manufacturer' tale of women's suitR,
ciat.s furs. frkirtp. waists and children's
parments at lower prices than ever known
in tlfe history of Omaha. Our buyer se
cured these great bargains in New York
At i low price and our customers get the
ratln hands. These were, mad to sell
for eSSpf-Saturdar. 2 QQ
Tbe nat lot I composed of suits of "0 dif
ferent styles, made of Irish and English
td. Par.ne and I.yman'i wool chevi
ots suits that are well worth Oft flft
nv-i'T rmir lUiUU
Other heaotifu'. suits In
LOT No. t Children's coats In reds, blues,
castor and greei. trimmed with satin and
braid, two capea over shoulder, new
back and sleeves, our regular $b.t value.
Saturday, for 9 DC
LOT No. 4 Children' and misses' coats.
Tbe grandest And greatest variety you
ever saw, In kerseys, broadrlothe and
xibelinea. Made In all the newest styles,
a great many of them silk and satin lin
ed, and would be cheap at ' C flf)
Saturday, each 9iUU
From 8 to II
Women's black mercerized underskirts,
only M dozen. 11.50 7C
quality for IOC
20 children' coats purchased by oar buyer
on hi recent trip-to New York, worth up
IT WILL PAT YOU to visit our old e
tablished optical department if you have
any trouble with your eye.
Expert OMlclan in -hprce. BEST
GIASiSES at IjOWEST PRICES.
county commisasiuner from the First dis
trict. A report that the name of C. J. Weefr
dahl aould not appear on the republican
primary ballots as s candidate for Justice
of the pea.e Is pronounced Incorret-t by
Secretary Meesick. In fact, about half
of the official ballots already have len
printed and hi name appears on them.
Several men mentioned a candidate for
the republican nomination for the Board
of Education have declared that they do
rot fee! like putting up a S3 fee to mal
the race. Chairman Cowell, when hi t
tenTlon was called to this statement, said
that he I not famjlbtr with the action of
former city Committees, but he km. as ti
present one has no funds on tutnd Io par
the expense of having In kets printed and
holding prtmaria, to say nothing of m .k
iiig a campaign for the ticket after it is
nominated. Xo fil-rgs have et been male
and only three or four petitions, so far as
can be learned, have been circulated. l"n
lrs more than five petitions sre filed, es
previously reported, no pnmari. will be
THE REPUBLICAN FORUM
OMAHA. Oct. t-To the Edi'.or of The
Fee: I have known W. U Ehrivrr eer
since he came to Orcaha. He has al: s
len a man of character, business energy
and public eflrit. He Is rleiii. iihl.
courteous and Industrious. No mi. n in
Omaha ever saw him drur.k. and no suess
tion of personal mis,. ondnct or official negli
gence cr malfeasance can truthfully be
made even by his worst enemy. Without
disparagement to his competitors In the
race for tax aseeseor. with whom I have
likewise been aeil anqualnted for rjuy
years. I hare no hesitancy tn advocating
hi comlnatloa for county assewcr. No
maa, clique er corporation will ova him.
He will perform hi duties faithfully,
promptly and effectively.
T. W. BLACKBURN.
CM AHA. Oct 1 To the Editor of The
Bee: Whea asked why D M Haverly
ahould be nominated for clerk of the district
durt one maa ansaered. "Because Haverly
Is tbe one man among- the candidates a ho
caa certainly defaat bis arusueclivs nf-
STEEL OnriAf.lEflTS FREE 9 to 10 I io 25 to 6.
HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE.
ORCHESTRAL CONCERT, MORNING, AFTERNOON, EVENING.
SPECIAL IH THE BIG EC0N0HY ROOM UAIH FLOOR
etitched brim plush crown hats cardinal, navy brown and
also a large number of ladies street hats, $2, $1.50, $1.25
S2.75 Trimmed Hats, st.45
Fine black felt turbans, an excellent tyl-
is'i drwy hat. trimmed with
silk ribbons and
Trimmed Hats, $2.69
Immense assortment black and colored j
hats for ladies and misses, as h CO !
good as sold In some Mores J QH
at four dollars L '
Trimmed Hats, S3.45-S4.95
Over one thousand trimmed hats for ladle
and misses. In all the new d MC
Hare and turban effects. VUllJ
a large number trimmed J Q C
with ostrich feathers VtiStf
NATS TRIMMED FREE.:
Saturday's Extra Special
Men's, women's, misses' and children's
shoes, at a fraction of their cost. A bank
rupt stock of boys, youth' and little
gents' Khoes at oenta on the dollar. On
male Saturdav. Come early. This will be
a grand npportunlt v for Ak-Sar-Bn vis
itors to lav in a supply of shoe for fall
Men's and women's li.00 shoes, all leath
er. at II M.
Fovs' and youths" $1.50 shoes, at II 9S.
Misae' fine Jl.a" achool shoes, box caf
and doogola at 8ic.
1 jttle gents' and children $1 shoee. sJc.
V.en' and women's veJvet and Imitation,
alligator house, slippers, at 48c
Children 11 turned shoes, laoe or out
ton, at 3c. ,
g.M agents for the Stetson and Crossett
shoes for men and the Ultra and Orover
shoes for women.
Orchestral Masie la Milllaery Dept.
every aay darlaa- Ak-Ssr-Bea.
Saturdav we place on sale a full line of
fancy burned wood novel tien. in pipe rack,
photo frame, match holders, etc.. at one
price. 19c. regular price. 5-c
25c Ladies' Hand'chiefs I2ic
A big line of fancy scalloped hemstitched
and Uce trimm-d handkerchiefs, worth
Sc. on aale Saturday at lc.
Orebeetral Matle la llllaery Dest
every slay elariBB- Ak-Sar-Bea.
35c Fancy Ribbons I2ic
On sale Saturdav morning. W piefe of
fancy silk ribbons, worth 5oc, for lVjC
Orrheatral Msile' la Mllllaery Dept.
every day dartaa- Ak-Sar-Bea.
ponent. Frank Eroadwell, who Is the best
ote-getter morg the fusionlst."
Another mar. eaid: "Bt-cauae Haverly will
rot hold on to the office forever. One great
political trouble nowaday ia that those who
get into an office never want to let go.
This feature is tbe cause of more splits and
division in parties thn any other one. Re
cent contests in our midst illustrate thia.
Haverly could not ask for more than to
terms and might be sa'lsrird with one."
A third man said: "Haverly makes
splenuhJ official. He 1 always on hand,
qui. tiy attend to the business, pleases the
people and makes his party popular. With
such men holding the offices the republican
party srows stronger every day. If that
party understands Its business, and I be
lieve it does, it a ill place I. M. Haverly at
the head of lis ticket."
Such was the exivession of opinion of
some neighbor In my' hearing, and I de
termined t.i give It to the Forum.
william o. Bartholomew.
OMAHA. Ort. I. To the Editor of The
lii'c: I am in doubts, a are thousands of
republican, .just whom to vote for for
cl.rk of the district court.
Mr. W. T. Graham say that ' Bob Smith
will save the taxpayers toS.Ckv ." Will soaie
i w explain how this trick a ill be turned?
Mr. Eniith was a member of tbe Board of
F-ducation of trniohn miil h handle IVO.'OI
if the ,eole s money How much ba h.
savel t?ie tax;ayers in this position?
Haa he tried to save them any monfy?
I'i.l he vote to pay the present clerk of
tie board t2.li a yetr salary T
Mr. Kennedy of tlie Western Iburer
claimed editorially that none of the board
w.juld par Mr. 3 urges over 14 per month
if they needed a maa of his ability la
their private business. How did he vol
on this "salary grab?"
Did "Bob" Smith vet to pay the con
tractor who supplies coal to the public
school a price m exce of the contract
price for coal last inter Jut because the
contractor claimed be could not get the
particular coal h contracted for. but could
and did get ta higher priced cos la. and
got the higher price?
WIU Mr. "Bx.b" Smith tell c what re
form n accompli ah d in three years In
tbe school board? Will h tell us what
erooora .- be ha pratired and prsarhed?
His official acts as uiuu lata. As a
JL Irk U iz) is
Children's Hats, $1.49!
Children's trimmed hats, magnificent as
sortment, al: the new ef
fects, beautiful color
1V dozen children's stitched brim plu.h
and cloth crown hat, trimmed with
II. w value .
49c and 69s
Grand showing of all th new flare and
high crown mreet na.ta. iwnf r
redust SL69, 1.98, 2.45
Black tucked taffeta Bilk hats. In the new
hieh crown fare brim Vv UK
! Fine cloth
j & cent
cardinal automobile cans.
HATS TRjMMED FREE
Lien's Sample Hats on
Sale Saturday at 65c.
We hare Jut closed out from cne of the
largen hat manufacturers In the country,
about 1 dozen of men s sample hats. In
every Imaginable shape and color, all this
season's goods, these hats are worth from
tl.50 to if. 00.
Your choice of the entire lot Saturday,
Remember we are ole agents for the
"Imperial" 3.rt hats, and Omaha head
quarters for the world renowned John P.
School Caps for Boys & Girls
AH wool caps for school wear. In neat
assorted patterns, worth 5ic sale price onlv
Yacht. Golf and automobile style caps,
especially adapted for school wear, worth
up to tlMO. on sale Saturday at 60c.
Girl's caps tn ail the new fall styles, at
35c, 3Sc, 6V, Tbe and c.
A 3c hat ornament will be presented to
everv ladv v.sitmg our millinery depart
ment during Aiv-SAR-BEN.
public official it a ant to know tlicra.
If he Is right on these lines many of u
can support him otherwise he doe not
deserve our support.
WILLIAM J. ANDERSON. JR.
OMAHA. Oct. t-To the Editor of The
Bee: You have Invited opinions as to
the qualif.caiior , of candidates for nomi
nation for office. The office of roumy
aaessor needs a roan of good J idgment.
experienced In values and with backbone
sufficient to meet all emergencies that may
arise, and give every taxpayer, mhesher
rich or poor, individual or corporation, a
fair and impartial valuation.
In W. G. hriver we have such a man;
courteous, capable, industrious and de
serving One ho has made a strong fight
for equal taxation; whose experience will
enable him to act with intelligence. A
public spirited man and a man who has
no enem'es to punieh or friends to reward;
whee past record shows that he will le
a faithful aervant to all the people.
WILLIAM B. TEN EVCK.
OMAHA. Oct. :-To the Editor of The
Bee: There are so many people who are
not posted as to the new law and new of
fice eif county as-ersor that a brief men
tion of the operation. In detail, t-f the old
law. compared wlih lh probable operation
f the new, may be of Interest to your
readers generally ard more ;.r!icu!arly to
the property owner wh"e pockrtbook is
directly touched by every aMesment.
Under the old law. teseesors were elected
by wards a:.d precincts and there was no
particular head to direct the general work,
each axaeFaor being supreme tor hi pvr-ti--uLir
locality. The county cUrk fur
nished a bock with a 1 t of the real estate
tt each ward and precinct aasescor In tiie
county, who then worked Independently
and made an asaessmer.t for his district
that suited him one ward w ith high valua
tion and the adjoining ward, very l:kly,
with low valuation. pwsJNy rorty oi
opposite side of a street with 1J per tent
difference in valuations. This h'x1ge-p4lge
was then turned In to the county clerk as
the Valuations for assessment purpose.
Of course the county coram ioners could
revia and adjust valuations, but both
from lack of time ud a detailed knowl
edge ef the renditions of the property under
question they have usually taxied iLsur -
OSTRICH P0UP0US, $135
Large handsome real ostrich pompom.
in DiaxK arul
white, 2 5tf
& Boxes Urge black feather breasts,
Fifteen Inch length, fine quality French
dye ostrich Amaxon IF.
Eighteen Inch very fine quality navy, car
n j . far-
dinal nrown. grey and cas
tor ostrich plumes. French
Special attention directed to our Infants'
and children's hood and bonnet section.
25c to $5.00
HATS TRIMMED FREE
Hardware, Stoves and
Special Siturdif BirgiiBS.
THE REGAL UNIVERSAL double-heating
Base Burner the handsomest and beat
heating stove made in America up from
The Sparkling Universal dandy a great
heater beautiful In design 132.50.
THE STAR OAK a very handsome, extra
heavy, first-class air-tight heater up from
THE UNIVERSAL "AK the best oak
heating stove made extra heavy and verv
handsome nickel plated the greatest flo .r
he.utr tn the market perfectly air-tight
No. i Cook Stove fine baker for $8.95.
A regular I20d Steel Cook MS.Ja.
Wood Air-Tights up from $1.75.
Drum Ovens, $25.
Laundry Stoves. $3.25.
THE STANDARD STEEL RANGE none
better made extra fine baker a regular
$J7. range we sell 'em for $41.50.
Orchestral Maale la Mllllaery Dept.
very day l.rlsg Ak-ar-Bea.
Extra heavy $Mnch wide cotton flan
nel. 4c per yard.
Extra heavy beet grade. 3S-inch aid
outing flannel, worth lac, at hc a yard.
Extra heavy shaker flannel at 4 V a yard.
MEW LACES ON SALE.
This is the first sale of the season on
the new silk fiber laces the very latest
dress trimmings, in black, white anil cham
pagne colorings, price c, arc, 59c, 74c,
ion as a board of equalization, without
giving any relief to the Injured property.
Occasionally mc property ow-ner would
mke a streunous fight and get a reduction
while his neighbor with a property of simi
lar value who did not kick would not be
afforded any relief.
Ia my oplni ,n, the i.rw law is a good one
for the. reason that It centralizes the au
thority to fix valuation In one man. who
directs the work for the entire couniy( In
cluding Omaha and South Omaha, and whv
In fact make the entire assessment him
eelf. by employing the necessary number
ef ass'sunu or deputies at a certain period
of ea h year.
For real estate, sn assessmert Is to be
made in the rummer of 11 that Is to stand
unchanged for four years, unless change
are necessary by reason of a change in the
buildings or improvements on the property,
an assessment 1 to be made ea h year
substantially the same as was done under
the old law.
The Board of County f 'ommiasioners to
gether with the assessor form a board of
equalisation to hear and adjust Inequalities
in the assessment, as returned by the
The new law will operate somewhat on
1 the ordT e.f the tax commissioner system
of the city of Omaha, which, however, is
only for city p'irpoee. while the tax is
collected upon the aseesement made by the
county. Heretofore about on-eight of the
tax for the iate ha ben collected from
Having dealt w ih real estate matters in
i this community for over twenty-five years
and hairg had a d'reet experience with
: this line of we-k as a member of the
. boards of review of the city of Omaha for
the yeiars 1K and 1WS. I M entirely
competent to undertake the work of making
the assessment for th county, should I
he nominated and elected to fill the office.
HARRT D. REED.
OMAHA. Oct. !.-To the Editor of The
f,f. As you have kindly opened your
columns t the discuaslon of claims of
the various candidates for offices in the
gift of the republican party. I would re
spectfully present the following reasons
why Mr. A. H. Com stock should be the
republican nomine for clerk if the dis
First 4i has been a iUelocg republican.
MISS DAIiXELL. OF NEW YORK, will bp with ns only
thm more days. Do not miss the opportunity to have her fit
you perfectly in a La Marguerite corset. Call at once. It is an
unusual opjortunity. and all women should take advantage of
it. She will surely please you in ease, comfort and grace.
La Marguerite style C. 1 price $2..0
La Marguerite style C. 2 price $3.75
These are especially adapted to slender figures.
Style K. 2 price fl.oO
Style K. 1 price f.50
For medium or stout figures.
Style 4 price f 10.00
For tall, well developed figures.
Models to fit any figure, at !.r0 to $10.00
Complete line of domestic corsets from ?1.00 up.
It costs you nothing to look. Do not fail to stop at our cor
Children's fine jersey ribbed, fleece lined vests and y-rints,
well made and in all sizes from 16 to 34 worth 25c to 39c
at 15c and 10c
Children's combination suits, jersey ribbed, in all sizes,
worth 39c at 25c
Children's part wool, black, combination suits, in all sizes,
worth $1.50 at - 9Sc
Boys' extra heavy vests and drawers, with heavy fleece
lining, worth 45c at 25c
Ladies' jersey ribbed, fleece lined combination suits, Stratford
make, worth 75c at 50c
Ladle' jersey ribbed half wool combination suits, in white
or gray worth $1.50 at 98c
Ladies' heavy wool mixed combination suits, in white and
gray worth $2.00 at $1.60
Ladies' silk and wool combination suits Harvard mills
, make worth $4.50 at $3.00
Infant's white vests, full fashioned, made offine worsted
and cotton worth 39c at 10c
Ladies' fleece lined vests and pants, jersey ribbed, white
and gray worth 39c at 25c
Ladies' jersey ribbed cotton vests and pants, extra heavy,
down fleece backs worth 50c at 39c
Orebeetral Ms.tr la Mllllaery De. every day darlaa; Ak-ar-Be. .
The Reliable Grocery Department
Always in the lead. Prices
Quart cans table syrup
Worcestershire 34uce, per bottle
Pure tomato catsup, bottle
2-Ib. package self-rising pancake flour
Large sacks white or yellow cornmeal
1-lb. pkg. imported maccaroni
Mb. cans Boston baked beans
I'ancy pearl -aploc-a. lb
3ood rice, lb
Oil or mustard sardinee. can
Elaatic. electric, celluloid or I. X. L.
Force breakfast food, pkg
Malta Vita breakfast food, pkg
Vigor breakfast fuod. pkg
Vim breakfast food, pkg
Neutrlta breakfast food, pkg
Malta Cere breakfast food, pkg
Q'lail Oats breakfast food, pkg
Fresh, crisp soda, oyster, butter or
milk rra.'kers. lb
Fresh crisp ginger snaps, lb..
1 bars laundry snap for
Fancy AlaFka salmon, can
Leak for Haydea Bras. ad. Their
Spring chi kens, lb ...
Mutton lgs. lb
jmb legs, lb
Mutton Ktew. lb ....
11 V i
Mutton roast, lb
Veal roast 'lb c
Veal-atew. 'lb 4c
25 CENTS FREE
Site kat eraaeat will le areeeated
ery department d arias AK-SAR-BEX.
Se-.ord He would more nearly harmonir
th:- two faction in the republican parly
than any of tlie other candidates
Third He has a larger number of fr.ends
a fd no enemies.
Fourth He has never held a political of
fice. Fifth He has been a successful business
msn in Omaha for the psst eighteen years,
the last twelve years employing about lt
people all tho time, always having their
esteem and respect.
Sixth He would give to the office the
same clow attention (hat he has git en to
the business of the Omaha Priming com
pany, thereby insuring a practical and suc
cessful administration of the affairs of the
I district court.
E. A. WILLIS.
STATE WILL SEND DELEGATES
Nebraska W ill Be Restreseated at tke
Grata Dealer Meeting; Fleyd
J. f aaell and F. J. Miller.
The Nebraska Grain Dealers' socltion.
jaiinovgn noi a memoir ui m ,iiii,i
I ejrain iwajera association, wi:i seno two
delegate to the meeting which ia to be
held at Minneapolis. O tohcr t. 7 and -
Floyd J. Campbell and F. J Miller, secre-
f tary of the lo- l .ciiti.n. will attend.
goit g to Minneapolis by way or th orili
welem The loaa Grain Dealers' as.cis
tion will le represented by George A.
Weils of Ie Moirte. ecretary of the asso
ciation. The program Irclode a we.com
to the tate by tVi emor B. R. Van Sant.
welcome to the city by Mayor James C.
Haynea. annual report on agricultural ta
tistks and an address on reciprocity with
Canada by Eugene F. Hay of Minneapolla-
, New officer will he elected and th vtst-
tors will be entertained at a smoker by th
I Elks and a trolley nde through the en
' vlrons of Minneapolis.
Matd laerease la Ken Ire.
"The rural free delivery er ice is In
creasing very rapidly ttiroiich low and
' Nebraeka. as well as elsshere throughout
l h - enieion." said fiuperiutendefit a H.
j Raihbone of the weetern oivisloe rural free
delivery servv . 'The ufh e i.ere is taxed
to its utmost io keep up with tn work end
we etuill have Io i.ate additional ieris
j A e now have m w.-ia1 r.wii ageiiLs and
j InspKctors at wurk in Nebraska.
DRIED FBI IT SPECIAL.
Iarge Italian prunes. Ih
Choice I'tah peaches. In ....
Fancy Moor Park apricots. Ib
Fancy Virginia blackberries, lb ...
?:rigllsh cleaned curranta, Ib
Virginia red raspberries, lb
FRESH FRCrT SPECIALS.
Fancy Washington plums, basket .
Fancy Tokay grapes, basket
Fancy California peaches, dozen ...
T -a rv t lemons eacK ....
TEA AD COFFEE SPECIALS.
Good Santos coffee. Ib
Fancy Golden Santo coffee, lb
Choice B. r . Japan tea. ID
Tea riftlngs, lb
A BIG CADT SPECIAU
Fancy mixed candy, retailed everywhere
for 25c per pound our price thl. 1.10j
Prices Are Always tke Lewest.
Round steak, lb., 10c and 9e
Shoulder steak. 4H pound for ...2no
Sirloin steak, lb. l'"c and ir
Rib boll. Ib iy
Leaf lard, lb IV
! HOME-MADE 8AU8AGB
. KINDS SOLD CHEAP.
te every lady visit lag: ear BIIlta
BRITISH TROOPS IS BOSTON
EEg'hh Tliz Borne Throngk Stn.ts
G aarded by Redcoat!.
MILITARY COMPANY PAYS VISIT
After Maktas; Tear ef Easterm Cities
and Caaada Urgaalsatlea "SI lit
Start Back ta Their
BOBTOjir. Oct. 2 -For lha first Urn It
many years the flag of England, guarded
by British muskets, was bora through th
streets of Boston today by the Honorable
Artillery corp. of Iondon, aa special guest,
of a. similar organisation, th Ancient and
Honorable Artillery company of thia city.
landing at Charleatown, almost oa ths
very siut where their ancestors started oa,
their memorable attack on Bunker Hill. L
years ago, the red coats of the twentieth
century marched from their steamsr, May
flower, over th bridge to Boston and then
through treet resplendent with Americaa
nd British flags to th hotel which will
be their home during their sojourn in this
For five day. they will be entertained, and
th-n. after , a week's tour, which will In
rlude New York. Washington. Niagara
Falls and Canada, tbey start back to their
Colonel Sidney M. Hedges, commander of
th Ancient and Honorabl Artillery com
pany, and naff boarded Mayflower and
welcomed the visitor, through their com
mander, the earl of Denbigh. Adjutant
General Daiton In behalf of Governor
Bate, extended trie official welcome of tha
commonwealth of Massachusetts. ,
A soon s the visitor landed and had
formed their line the procession started.
After a march turough the principal
downtown street and 'ro Boston Com
mon the parade was dismissed
Th first of tlie entertainment, acrordel
the visitor, will be a smoker In Faneutl
hall lo, light.
"Garland" fenovws and rUn"- hea I be
biead ar.d toai ta meat that make the saaa
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