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Tim OMAITA' DAILY TtEE: SATURDAY, OOTORER IT, 1903.
AT BOHTOIt 1TORB MODAT.
Thm Greet W. T. Drtiiiaililii Stock
nh( at Wenderfal Buiili,
A splendid dmsmaklng stock consisting
of dainty dress stuffs and hearler goods
for street costume, as well aa thousands
of yards of silks and velvets, lares and
trimmings, and thirty-eight made-up cos
tume We secured this grand stork at a very
low figure and ask you to come Monday
prepared to buy the RTratM bargains aver
Offered. J. U BRANDEIS St BOSS.
rroprletors Boston Store.
Aaaoaaeements at the Theaters.
There will be very large and very ex
pectant audiences at Boyd's theater this
afternoon and evening and Sunday mat
lnee, one may be very sure, to greet
Blanche Walsh when she will be seen aa
Waal ova In 'Resurrection. Both the per
eonal triumph of Blanche' Walsh and the
triumph of the play Itself have been
echoed sll over America. " Resurrection
as a play," writes a prominent critic,
"makes the piffling; degeneracies of Fitch
and the pink puerilities of the London
school seem the refuse, of worn-out minds.
It la big with the bigness of Nature. It
Is a play for men and women who have
gray matter. It Is a searchlight turned
upon the social seiftal problem of unlaw
Matinee and evening performances at the
Orpheum today brings the engagement of
the present bill to a close. Its successor,
opening matinee tomorrow. Is nearly all
new to local patrons and embraces a trin
ity of big established headltners. Fore
most of these is Sam Edwards and com
pany. Mr. Edwards, for years was one of
Frohman's successful comedians. His v-
Mcle will be a sketch called "A Pass for
Two." "A Vaudeville Surprise" will be
presented by Keough and Ballard. Among
Its features Is the proposal scene from
"Ingomar." Bloom and Cooper will be seen
In "A Picture from Ufa." T. Nelson
Downs Is known as "The King of Coins"
and James Richmond Glenroy aa "The Man
with the Green Gloves." A new prodigy
on the piano Is brought forth In Master
Hermann Lsthaan. At the age of 13 he Is
aid to be a phenomenal piano player. The
XJnodrotna will Illustrate the story of
Another Opportunity for Hosaeseekere
Ths Frisco 8ystem again announces
that it will sell tickets from St Louis and
Kansas City to points In Oklahoma, In
dian Territory. Kansas and Texas, at
the very low roundt-trip rate of 115.00.
Opportunities for homes In the Southwest
ere still plentiful, and the beat lands are
by no means all taken up. Excursion tick
ets sold at this extremely low rate will
be good on any of the Frisco regular trains
leaving St Louis at 1:30 p.m., 3:85 p.m.
and 10:00 p m.. October 20, and leaving
Kansas City 7:16 p.m., and 11:30 p.m.. on
the same date. If you are looking to the
Southwest for a future home, this excur
sion of October 20th Is an excellent op
portunity to Investigate the country.
Tour own home ticket agent will be
able to give you full information aa to
rates and limits of tickets.
Write for our Interesting booklet en
titled. "New Lands Along the Frisco Sys
tem," . by Bryan Snyder, and for de
tailed Information to R. B. Lemon. Sec
retary Frisco In-migration Bureau, St
fe&OH to Mississippi and x-iTa
On Opt tOth. the Illinois Central R. R,
will sell tickets to any point In Mississippi
and Louisiana (Including New Orleans) on
their lines, at rats of 13.06, good for re
turn 11 days from data of sals. This offers
a splendid opportunity for visiting ths
South and October Is good month to go.
Particulars at 111. Cent Ticket Offloe, No.
133 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb,
Los Aageles, Cat, sal Dsa muelwe,
Ths Missouri Paclflo railway will sell
tickets to Los Angeles or Ban Francisco
and return at ths very low rate of ISO.
.Tickets on sals from October I to 17, in
clusive. For further Information call or
address day agent of the company or
Thomas F. Godfrey, passenger and ticket
gent 8. H. corner 14th and Douglas sts.,
Chios. sro Great Wester Railway.
Short line to Mlnden, Harlar., Mannlns.
Carroll and Fort Dodge. Two trains each
way. Leave Omaha at 320 a. m. and 3:15
p. m. Leave . Council Bluffs at 1:45 a. m.
and 3.10 p. m. For Information apply to
Geo. F. Thomas, Gen'l Aft, room 814,
Omaha National Bank building. Omaha,
Neb and M Pearl St, Council Bluffs, la.
For Saturday only we will sell an our
&o and 30o curtain Swiss special per yard,
lTVio. Drapery department
ORCHARD A WILHELM CARPET CO.
JR. V. COLE. W. M. MCKAY.
Cole-McKay company, undertakers and
mbaimers. 1517 Capitol are. Tel. 464,
onthera I a vest meats.
Take advantage of the Illinois Central's
big excursion to Mississippi and Louisiana
on Oct 10th, for which a rate of leas than
' one far for ths round trip has been named,
and Investigate the opportunities ottered
for Investment In Southern Farm and Tim
Particulars at I1L Cent Ticket Offloe, No,
1403 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb,
Horse covers maae to ov your horse.
Omaha Tsnt and Awning Co. Uta and
Harney streets. .
PETERSEN Arthur M . October 13, 1903,
aged 23 years, son of Mr, and Mrs. Hans
Funeral from residence, 1(34 Cass street
Sunday at 3 p. m. Interment at Forest
Uwn. Friends Invited.
KIMfctAT.L Jeannette, October 15, wife of
J. C. Kimball
Funeral from family resldsnce, S83S North
Twenty-third street, Sunday, October 18, at
t p. m. Friends of family Invited.
Our entire second floor Is devoted to over
coats. On overcoats, like everything else,
we save you money. Good quality at a
lower price than good goods are sold else
where. Our best overcoats are 320.00; they
are aa good as others ask 330.00 for. For
815.00 we show you elegant coats that com
pare favorably with made-to-order gar
ments.' Our 812.50 overcoats are sold for
313.00 at high-priced stores. Our 810.00 11ns
of overcoats and ulsters defies competi
tion. Strong, servloeable overcoats and ul
sters at 87.60. We also have soms as low
aa 35.00. If you wish to aee a handsome,
tasty assortment of suits look In our win
dow; here you find them from 126.00 down
to 35 00. 826.00 Is the hlghest-irtoed suit we
carry, but we consider thero as good as the
best no matter what othera hold theirs
at Our 815.00 line of Alfred Benjamin fine
suits roust be seen to be appreciated. For
110.00 we show aa extra large line of nobby,
up-to-the-minute patterns, single and
double breasted, and we doubt If you can
match them at 816.00. Our line of 3760
suits consists of good, serviceable goods
that can stand wear. Our men's pants line
Is another line on which we lead. Extra
good men's pants 81.90 better ones at 31.60,
31 00 and 33-60.
TUB OUARAMTEB CLOTHING CO
X5184fi21 DOUGLAS STREET,
4 Per Cent
SPECIAL SATURDAY SALES
",r5o Petticoats at 98c
Greatest Petticoat 'Sale we have ever
made fine black mercerized and
Italian cloth Petticoats, with deep
flounces, ruffle pleating and ruchlng
trimming, all sizes, some of these
splendid Petticoats hare been dis
played in our show window, many
worth f 2 anl
Special Underwear Sales
50c Underwear at 29c Ladiea' fleecy Chf
lined medium and Heavy weight Vests and f ,
Pants, in white, cream and Egyptian SU, ...
Ladles Union Salts, fine cotton and part r v in VA
wool suits, ribbed, medium and hear weight Uf Aiir ' sUf"
some fleecy lined, worth up to 11, at Uve TW) Ut
19c, 25c, 49c
20c Hosiery at 10c and 124c
Ladles' misses' and children's plain fine cotton -f -4 .
and lisle finish hosiery, also fleecy lined llJCllwy'QC
Veilings and Hat Drapes
Fall Kid Gloves at 69c New fall kid gloves, all
the late autumn shades, many real kid leath
er, actually worth up to $1.60 a pair,
Children's Underwear, plain ribbed and fleecy
lined; also all wool vest, pants and drawers,
sume worm up to si, at....
All silk chiffon Veils and Flat Drape
worth up to one dollar and a half-each
-black and all color
Lace Turnover Collars
Laoe and embroidered turnover
collars, Tory stylish and popular
15c and 5c
Sale of Handkerchiefs
Fine handkerchiefs In pretty
effeots, many real linen, Saturday
5c, 6 l2c, 12 l-2c
Large Lace Collars at 39c
Ladles' lace capo collars, medium size, Qf
regular $1 kind at ...w.
Jf. "JET. PnmbtU & Putt L 3e Pmnbtim & Pn
LARGEST EXCLUSIVE RETAIL MILLINERY HOUSE lit THE WEST.
Picture Ilats-Properly Priced
Beautiful Hats at $3.00, $4, and $6,50,
Popular Prices Always.
1508 Douglas St.
PER CENT Interest paid and
accounts opened for one dollar or
I more. Checks on all banks cashed.
J.L. Brandeis & Sons. Bankers
It has always been hard for os
. to keep a supply of these
popular school shoes In
stock, so this season we
ordered twice as many as
usual, and, right now, we
have plenty of them.
We have all sixes and widths.
In the oew fall weights,
and made on that easy
fitting, nice-looklns; last
that makes these shoes so
popular with all trle and
Bat lfs the quality that makes
them popular with the
parents. No other 11-60
shoe will wear so lone
FRY SHOE ca
Need a stron-e shoe thaa ethers,
but all boys need a strong shoe Just
We want you to look at our boys
shoes at 11 .60 they're made so as to
stand mighty hard wear and the
materia) used Is of first quality.
Many parents know from experience
what value we put In these shoes to
those that do not know all we ask Is a
trial. And If you are not satisfied we
will sire yju your money back.
Saturday la boys' day at the
REXEL SHOE CO.,
141! Farnara Street.
Omaha's Up-te-Dats Shoe House,
3 I f VIIUmIII Ula
THE RELIABLE) STORE.
COUPON S ALL;
Coupons with every purchase. The' most liberal and valua
ble tickets ever given absolutely free with every purchase.
Oaprf l(fcl IMS b, lul hUtl Ian
The Greatest SIO
en's Suit Salo
Ever .eld in
Rayden's put 'on sale ths largest and most
complete line of men's Suits at $10.00 ever
shown. These Suits are all made up In
the very latest styles, of the newest fabrics,
fancy worsteds, unfinished worsted and
letaolnsuch as cheviots, fancy worsteds,
unfinished worsteds and serges. In fancy
mixtures, neat checks and stripes snd also
plan colors,' all hand-tailored throughout
and made with self-retaining fronts and
hand-padded shoulders. These Suits ere
equal to any' 26.00 to $38.00 made-to order
OCR SPECIAL PRICE) FOR BATOW
Men's Overcoats, In' medium and long
lengths. In all the newest fabrics. In Oxford
gray, brown mixtures, In fancy stripes and
neat checks and plain colors, mads with
close-fitting collars, concave shoulders and
all have self-retaining fronts. .
These Overcoats are all made by the well
known clothing manufacturers. Hart
Schaffner St Marx and Crouse St Brande
gee. None of these are worth less than
tlS.00 to 15.60.
OCR S FECIAL- PRICE FOR SA.TCR
JUbTu LJ LLJUl
I ' Mi
U H B 0 fW PACIFIC
SHORTEST LINE FASTEST TIMB
TWO THROUGH TRAINS DAILY
liaodaomely Eejulppd with
Free Rsotlntng Chair Cart, Dining Cart, Meats a la carts,
Pullman Palaos Sleeping Cars, Buffet Smoking and Library Cart.
Tourist Sleeping Cart a Speolalty. Plnlsob Light Steam Heat, alo.
DAYLIGHT RIDS OF
SOO MILES AXONO THE BEAVTITVL
TbO. Information cheerfully furnished oa applies tloa te
aty Ticket Office, U24 Farnam SL
Accept No Substitutes.
Tvuik for the atamns that brand QUAL
ITY on every article you purchase to eat.
They are valuable guides, placed there for
the special purpose of assisting you to de
termine what kind to buy.
i -ib. pkgs. 26 c
Quaker Oats w
Eagle Condensed Milk, 14c
per can ."
40o botUe Spanish 25c
Nehawka appls cider, 40c
Creamery butter (any brand), 25c
Gold Medal flour. 1.25
Alton flour, 1 40
nar sack u "vr
Bolnach. cauliflower,-cucumbers, mint.
water-cress, celery, tomatoes, wax beans.
Lima beans, raaisnes, green onions, rea
GENUINE JERSET SWEET POTATOES
We carry the largest variety or nrr.r
TION CANDLES In Omaha. In all shades
and colors to harmonise with any Interior
hangings or decorations, in plain, twuiea,
flirted and . finer decorated styles. Jot
this fsct down In your note book merely to
Exponents of good living.
28th and. Farnam Sts.
Grocery Tsls. U2&-1S3L. Market TeL TN
We de all kinds of giaxtng and
First quality glass, expert (
workmanship, prompt eerrloe.
lowest prices. Use our telephone I
No. ICS and you will be pleased '
with the prompt attention given'
tysrs Dillon Drug; Co.,
1416 Marney. Tel. 3425.
We Invite Comparison
Yes, and Invite anyone to SHOW US how
Jt PAYS TO PAY from 10 per cent to 25 per
cent more for theHe goods than elsewhere,
Just to get TRADING BTAMPS-especially
when we give 6 per cent couponsi redeem
able ON THE SPOT, . WITH EVERY
JBo Castorla the old original Ho
11.00 Peruna the genuine 67o
IL00 Plerce'a Prescription 6Xc
$1.00 Pierce's Medical Discovery 68c
11.00 Palm's Celery Compound 79c
760 Moeller's Cod Uver Oil 64c
26o Pierce's Pills 10o
60o Doan's Kidney Pills 89c
64o Cutlcura Salve S9c
$2.00 Chester's Genuine Pennyroyal Pillsjl 00
o Carter's Little Liver Pills Ro
26o Packer's Tar Soap. 15o
26o Colgate's Talcum Powder 16c
26c Graves' Tooth Powder 10c
Allcock's Plasters, all you want at.. 12o
60o "Catarrh Rem.' guaranteed SOc
600 Charles' Flesh Food 40c
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
E. T. YATES, Proprietor.
Twe Pkoaes 74T aa4 TST.
10th Ckteaare Streets, Osaahav
We Obey Orders.
Your physician's prescription and his In.
structlons are carefully followed.
We don't doubt his knowledge by prepar
ing his prescription to suit ourselves.
Besides that, we have a definitely fixed
system a checking department that pre
vents the slightest mistake.
We are careful the sick one Is safe.
Peruna .... (So
Caatorla .... ...25o
Laxative Bromo Quinine 16o
Bromo Beltxer So
Casoaxets .... So
Pear's Soap 12o
Graham's Shampoo Paste ....Xo
Menthol Pencils lOo
Pierce's Prescription SSo
Plnkham's Compound .'.74o
Jaynes' Tonlo Vermifuge ZSc
All Tooth Pastoa tOc
For Menstrual Supprejslo..
Ulku;l tmxM. Si. Se M Is Omaks hr Sksrsas Si
MuCwjumU I us ce. aUll nui iwt Tnss ueU
Read this Clothing Ad
Twice it's worth it.
A fine lot of hand tailored
fancy Worsted and Tweed
Suits are to be placed on sale
Saturday at $12 and $15 per
It'a the best lot of men's Butts we
have ever marked at this prloe. It
consists of several lines we closed
out from a maker who tarns out
only that fine grade of clothing
known aa "hand work." But the
high grade tailor work is not the
only strong feature. The fabrics,
too, are all that they should be, and
unusually desirable. There are
fancy worsteds and tweeds in Just
such neat grey and brown mixed
patterns as you see in the costliest
clothes made. All sizes at two
$12 arvd $15 ,
The best Boys Clothing on
earth is to be sold at these
three prices Saturday.
$1.50 $2.35 $2.85
Bring the boys in Saturday; we prefer to have you
look at these suits carefully, scrutinize them closely,
ask questions and try them on the boys put on as
many suits as you plea.e. The more you study our
boys' clothing the better it will appear, This is because
our boys' clothing is selected by the most expert cloth
ing Judge in the United States.
Over two hundred different patterns to
select from in these three prices. Made in
Norfolk and double-breasted jacket style.
$1.50 $2.35 $2.85
CITY MARKET HOUSE PRICES.
I4TH AND CAPITOL AVE.
l"OCL,TRT AND GAME.
cressed turkeys ........
country eggs .............
Wild a-ame of all kinds.
hams . ..
Swift's Winchester t7 Lti
Swift's plcnlo irn
Swift's Silver Ieaf tfr
Ilew England I'Slc
Full line of Bwift'a soap and canned
goods at loweat prices.
Pigs' satis, ears A lr
ana snouts "
ej e a e a ess e f
10 and 8c
legs .... ....
p?oast 6 and 5c
Fresh daily nan. tysters and eelery.
per lusnei .,
f ota toes,
per bushel .......
per bushel ........
basket .... ........
October 20th 1003
November 3d and I7tti luUd
To Certain Points in th
WEST AND SOUTHWEST
ONE FARE FOR iL80.K,D TRIP
Final Limit of Ticket, 21 Days,
Btoporers will be allowed within transit limit of 15
days going after reaching first homeeeekera' point en-route,
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION or land pamphlet,
folders, maps, etc., address any agent of the company, or
T. F. GODFREY, Passenger and Ticket Agent, TOfl HIK3HE5, Travel-
' laf Paseenzer A fent, OriAHA, NEB.
M. C- T0WN5END, Oeoeral PcAMoger ao4 Ticket Agent, St Louis, Ho.
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