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Tnn OMAITA DA1LT BEE. PATUnDAT. OCTOnEI IT. l?(tt.
ome Splendid B
Special Selling Events in Fine Milliney
Striking offers for Saturday in highly modish
hats for Ladies and Children. .
French beaver shapes and turbans
all desirable styles with, elaborate trim
ming of ostrich, velvet and lacs M OCT
black, navy, castor, etc' ZJL
. would be cheap $8.50, Saturday 8 JJ
OilT Grand Street Most extraordinary offer of street bats that Omaha has
nffpi L-7v vo known in years. We will offer all our splendid $3. $4
v : and $5 street hats, all the at tractive felt and velvet com- I H
binations with neat artistic trimmings and all colors, a treat Saturday special at J,
REAPV-TO-WEAR If ATS Basement millinery special for Saturday.
IN BASEMENT AT 39C th 7tt,est , rMi1'r-to-"e'lr h,ts-,
. and effectively trimmed, in popular fall
colors. These street hats have sold as high as $2.03 each, to reduce a splendid stock
w will sell them at, each . .
pLi Velvet Ribbon Bargain
IT have recently bought most advantageously two cases of black,
satin back, all silk Velvet Jiibbon, in various widths, which we are
going to offer tomorrow at about one-half the regular price.
All silk satin back Velvet Ribbon that gener
ally sells for ten cents a yard, we offer at.
All silk satin back Velvet Ribbou that gener
ally sells for 25 cents a yard we offer at,
All silk satin back Velvet Ribbon that gener
ally sells up to 50c yard. This is in the wid
est width obtainable, we will sell at, yard. .
These ribbons will be oiveale on
KOMLNEES FOR SCHOOL BOARD
Fearte-Bargen Slata Ooei Through, with
. , . Only One Exoeptioa.
LIGHT VOTE CAST IN EVERY wARO
Few Mmmm EimlM tm IrlTlte
( Vatlrna: tk Alr U
Market 0ly hr CMi
Rfrkll Hrhool Board rialllXri.
J. H. VANCE Eifhth Ward
i. 1- KREIDKR Seventh Ward
TJiF-OlKJKK H JOHNSON... PI xl h Ward
J. W. MAY SARD Ninth Ward
1 JOHN U M'CAtil'E Eighth Ward
E. A Willis of the First ward was tb
! ) only one of the rearne- Burgess slate can
I : didatea who failed to land a nomination
I tor member of the Board of Education in
the republican primaries yesterday. John
' K JdoCague of tha Eighth ward was the
man who broke over the deadline. The
puiK-easful candidates, their wards and
standings art Indicated atxrve. The num
ber of votes by wards and the totals for
each may be seen in the tabulation be
' low. The slate managers had the po-
lltical machinery of the school board well
".organised and also bad money to apeod.
,i' Bverythlng considered, a fair vote, was
I poUad. The women did not exrrcisa their
' 1 privilege of tha franchise as freely as was
J expected they would. Far instaaoe, la
j 1 the First ward where a total of 134 votes
I jwere cast, but sixteen women voted and
' . ' ta the eighth ward where the total was
i til only twenty-two women took ' ad
vantage of their suffrage.
rears aad Bsrseu Basy.
' Intense Interest and strenuis activity
' were exercUwd in prtmarlea. chiefly
by Superintendent Pears and Secretary
Burgeas and their aatelltes, who were
out in full force, distrlbNiting loads of
siroen baUota, "sample ballots" doing
, what they oould to perpetuate
kionpoUUoal Board of Education. Tbe
LisuaJ routina of ward workers for this
rimblna was busy from tbe opening of the
frills at noon until their closing at 7
'dock, plugging for tha -noa-ponucaj
THE HOT PLACE.
There may ba
Than our wane
But w doubt it.
There may ba
But they're not
. Vpoa UJa planet.
New Englaad'a ere!.
Moat aerfe baxlcg
Aad a sanitated
Clean and ertan,
W send It forward.
A score of breakfaata
Fit to feast
Folk of New England.
Ifk a Sabbath
Goea on its mission
Ta relieve tha
Of tha task
Of andlasa mwin.
And ta food
With whotesoia diat
All Whaaa vtsdos
ho smart new turbans in medium size,
Harts, brown, navys trimmings of breasts,
wings, birds and satin ribbon or
velvet and handsome orna
Children s Hats
Children's Trimmed Flats
correct little modes, very
school or dress
Children's School Hats
prettily trimmed wjth rJo
bon bands, brown, navy.
nanus, uru wn, ueiTy,
our basement bargain square.
machine's slate. Much rhafrin and dis
appointment was felt by the combine over
ttye defeat of Willis. The results by wards
a 5 ? k k
f a r I S i I
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451 471 B3i 7
71' 751 SSI 10 I
71 71 77! W
8 7 ti 60
771 7 76
Ml Ml 81'!
iai iao im
ltil'l 1(6 151
43 47 V
K4 117 .
Hil KM! l-i I
iw: amti i7l'
17 li 0
!(! tail 13 15
61 60, bi
13! U4! Ull .'! 124
747 7J4; 8071 JTMOOO Pill K12 1050;
Barireas Has a. Ward.
James JI. McDowell is the Janitor at
the Central school and his daughter. Miss
Gertrude McDowell, is a stenographer In J
th office of the MeCague Investment com
pany, -so when John L. McCague an
nounced himself as a candidate for the
school board It was no more than natural
that the young woman should be inter-
ested in his success and she interested
father In the candidacy of her era-
ployer, Mr. McDowell worked for Mo
Catru at the polls yesterday until some
time in tha afternoon when he was sent
for by the secretary of the Board of Edu
Ha reached Mr. Purges' efno about
4 o'clock In the afternoon and the subject
of candidates for the school board waa
immediately brourht up and especially th
candidacy of John L. McCague. Mr. Mc
Dowell waa asked why he was support
ing MrCag-u and in reply aaid that he
believed him to be a man fully competent
ta aerva In tha position, a good citizen,
and on who not only treated his employes
well, but showed a personal Interest la
their welfare, a much so that all of them
were doing what they could for him whsa
be wanted a place on . the board.
To this statement th secretary of tha
"McCague msy be all right in his place.
but he knowa nothing of th public school
system. H never attended one and I doubt
if he ever waa lnsld of one."
But be is my friend and a good man."
said McDowell, "and it is not to his dis
credit, that being born and to a targe x
tent raised In a foreign country, ha at
tended private schools."
To this th secretary of the board an
swered: "I do not car for personal friend
ships. John McCague knowa t-?Mng ef
Ut public school system and I doubt
If he would know a public school if he
would meet It on th street la this ron
test we cannot tak Into account person ml
friendships, but w bare got to work fnr
the right kind of men. If the best friend
I had was running for office en tbe board.
I wouldn't vote for him unless I knew
him ta b in full accord with the public
This ended the conversation and the
Janitor left tbe office.
CENTRAL LABOR UNION MEETS
Bw ta ta A merle Fdcratia af
Lab t adatr Frtst rad
. t A !.
Through a writ tea eonunuclcation, which
was read at th meeting ef th Central
Labor union, held last night, th American
Federation of Labor Instructed the local
body to reseat tbe delegate from tha
M unirians local anion No. 7 Immediately.
The delegates were unseated by th rantral
organization because they refjaed to v ko
la la signed agreement to play at Manawa
and Court land Beach when tho reaorta
had been declared unfair. The federation
called attention. In its instructions to th
local organisation, to a section ef th con
stitution which declare that Too central
body affiliated with th federation shall
have tha power to cause a local onion to
declare a strike. After a continued debet
a motion to reseat th delegate under pre
test, pending aa appeal to th national r
t antxatlon, was carried.
4 A wara ftoliucaJ isnnsaioa fuUswd whea
Sale Qf Ostrich Plumes
The long ostrich plqmes
Amazon stock, regular
fire dollars value and
U L CA i lKX
each one a
plume, at ... .
Ostrich plumes regular
two dollar value,
day, at...., ....
A Saturday Special
On Second Floor
8 oo pairs ladies' genuine welt
sole shoes, made of box calf
velours, vici kid and patent
leather, regular price S2.50,
53 and S3, 50, on
a motion was msde to allow two represen
tatives of tbe Dickinson and Yeiser club to
speak. Tbe motion was voted down. A
resolution favoring the endorsement of
Dickinson and Teiser as candidates for the
offlc of district judge waa then offered and
finally prevailed by a vote of 14 to IS. U J.
4uinby, one of tbe representatives of the
club, who had been turned down, was al
lowed to addresa the bod v undnr a nlpi that
j he had formerly been a member of the or-
iwiuiwij wru a. memoer oi me
anuon, ana suu noias a union card.
Paul Gahle. as delegate from the Beer
Bottlers' International union; A. J. Glenn,
aucceeaor of former Delegate Lamb, from
the International Association of Machinists,
local No. ; Robert Hubert, as successor of
former Dele-rate Woodward, from the Car
penters' local No. 427; Carl Klufaon of the
Tailors' union; D. Miller of the Carriage
and Wagon Makers, local No. 143, and John
Cushing of the Bartenders, Frank Marshall
of the Retail Clerks and Charles Schamp of
the Beef Butchers, the latter three from
the South Omcha Trades and Labor coun-
cil. were all seated as delegates.
The proclamation Issued by the American
I -"deration of Labor favoring the eight-
hour and anti-Injunction bills, which will be
introduced at the forthcoming- session of
congress, was read and accepted.
A reguest was read from the United
Brotherhood of Leather Workers, local No.
II, asking for the endorsement of F. M.
Morgan for the position of bailiff of the
district court. A motion to endorse was
One of the delegates raised the question
as to why political candidates are allowed
to distribute cards asking for support on
the streets when the privilege of handina
out cards snd circulars had been denied to
or-ranixed labor. He said thst he Intended
having the next candidate who handed him
a card arrested to make a test case.
A request. whlc .as received through
Senator Millard from S. C. Armstrong of
Ord, Neb., for Information as to how or
ganized labor had benefited laboring men.
waa referred to the educational commute
in conjunction with the secretary. The In
formation is desired for uae In Mh -. i
San Francisco Labor council asked for fn-
formation concerning the local central body
for the purpose of arriving at the sent!-
merit In Omaha concerning the proposed
amendment to the constitution of the
American Federation of Labor regarding
Iaaaaa Italian Locked t.
Joe Chllllno. an kalian, otherwise known
aa the "nifitrery man." who was sent to
Lincoln some time ago on th chare of
lnnuy, in hack in the citr. Office.
in t"hr0mh V"1! MV.'!'!1 discovered Lira
goat and earrymg a bundle of book. Wh-a
Questioned as to what be was dclng (,
replied that be was selling gncfls He had
but found the market very slow and l"er
w- ia.ii mrv now .T-TeriRlng with a
v.w ,f discover!!:, if poat-ible. how he
secured the animal and bocka.
l-4-U-7-Waltlnr H want you.
J.-trntt r-tjlea In Ladies' Suits. Cloaka,
eLlrxn. "A t. Silk PetUcoaia. Wrapir.
Rulu (.outa. Millinery, ef. Cashorciedlu
Paviple s ttur. lota and Famam.
Fred TUuma of Bait Lake City and Rob
ert h.wun of Arkansas, Wis., who is aaid
by tue polk to be his partuer. were ar
retted last night as uHcious characters.
Andrew Korhler, Uu4 lsard street, tooa
a inuiU buy into a wetl (uOcii uid iu
ceeill in frighieiiing iuin very badlv
Ko-hler iu arreaiej on the charge of
F. J. Rao nay. whom th polio assert
Ot-aerter from tlte trau.liyt ainp luiie
tatidrit. staiiourd at th Mara la.ajid nary
ard in t'aJifonila, au arrestc-d by -Sergeant
Ueii.pfcty Ll. iuht.
iiarry Norton of lii Chicago street is
short tha pne af moruin nip aa th
result if a vutit from a tinrf. 8'jneuu
raised his btfdruum window and snaked out
Lis iruusers, taking theretrvm a f ain, a
chirm and 15 ortits in money.
B. F. Boulder of Ztl Ontur Street ab
aurbed too much iutoxicant laat la m Lit be-
lure (uu4 nonie aua on arrival there
started a rourh bouse, his wile being the
l-artlcular vkusi of hi mrath. Boulders
brr-ihnr, who lives near, Uilerftrea to pro
tect the oiuan and the iritoxicaied man
nud- a dash at bim with a razor, cutting
a vlirht -raxh in th arm. Tb -oiic wr
railed and Boulder Was taken lo th ia
Ujo, wkiar a Unif ot tii g drui-k aud
ului.a tua v;i waa utairrad agalust
argaiii Offers in
P ISTON rWrMG? The most attractive and fashionable garments
' wisalfeJ at lowest prices that can be quoted.
v ' J
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Vacation of Stub End pf Streeti Causing
SWIFT AND COMPANY IN CONTROVERSY
Assertion Made Ordlaaae is la Na
(ar ai at Fraarhla avad Petltla
I Varters Betas; Prepared ta
Black. Its Way ta CoaarlU
The vacating of certain streets and alleys
for th use of the Vnlon Pacific and the
Union Stock Yards company Is causing !ots
of talk on the streota. About a wetk ago
Mrs. Frank Pivonka secured an order from
Judge JMu'kinaon restraining the city coun
cil from passing the vacating ordinance
submitted by theae tw, companies. Yester
day Swift ana Company appeared in the
case and secured a similar order, and the
papers were served on the mayor and coun
cil. Bwirt and Company and Mrs. Pivonka
propose to prevent if possible the vacating
of certain streets and alleys for the benefit
of tha railroads as long as the railroads
contemplate the construction of a viaduct
with its eastern terminus at O street. What
is wanted is a viaduct to land in the middle
of the block between N and O streets.
The discovery was made yesterday by
reading the ordinance row belnc printed
that it is in the nature of a franchise. In
such a case a protest signed by S per cent
of tha voters can prevent the council from
granting any franchise -ordinance.
When this fact was railed to the atten
tion of business men on N street a half
dozen petitions wer soon la elrculstlon.
Last nlpht about sll the signature neces
sary had len obtained. The vote last
spring wss about .20. and those circulating
me petitions assert that sll they will need
; to aecur the signatures of 175 voters
I Practically this number has been securefl
na ,h M,tiUon Presented to the
counc- tb meeting next Monday nlcht.
i Bome ot tbo"e 'ntr-'tel n the petitions
aaid that they would not stop with Just
enourh signer, hut would et a big llFt up
to send ta the council. The Pivonka and
Swift Injunction cases are called for a hear
ing before Judge Dickinson today.
Warraat far Maattrrs.
Assistant City Attorney Conn filed corn
plaints in police court yesterday against
H If Ti.. . . . , r . . , .
charged with obstructing the streets. Com
L . r-ecti' Mjl the council
"- i IM Lnflltli Aad hnum built on
the street near Twenty-third and Madison.
... -M . ... varair ai one, instead of
complying Fetut went to work and built an
addition to his house. This angered the
people or Albright and a protest was sent
to tbe council. Warrants have been issued
for both Pettit and English ana it Is ex-
peere mat they will be arrested today
v" niner squiiiiers move there will be
more complaints filed.
M. C. A. Tf o tea.
The last of the series of meetlnrs In th
interest or bible studr will be he'd Bungay
at 4 p. m. Dr. J. W. Conley will speak
n i na value or H!tle Study." Th ss
auciauvD is rurnirning leaders for the
Toung People's societle in the various
cnarcnea lor Bucaay in the Interest of
Hbl study. A grmnasium clan for bus
iness and professional men wss started
rnaay. II meets tare time a week
Monday. 'Wednesday and Friday from t
Tba boys' department wlU have It one-,
in rwceptioa oo Friday afternoon next
froca 4 to 1 p. m. Oa Friday. October 23
th board of management will give a re
ception to th saemers of the association
at tne rooms. Archie Leon French., the
celebrated entertainer of Brooklyn. N. T.
has been secured for a ae'ect program.
Baby's Bdy Ftad.
Whll walkir.g along Thirteenth street,
bstwaaa R and S. lata yesterday afternoon
aa (( Ua Tardtmaa bi aaw box to
Fine Walkins and Dress
Broken assortment of women's
some eiz4S missina in each
have been selling from
Elezant Sample Suits at $24.50 A Tery Epecial lot of Suits, many
odd garments, the best of materials and styles, new walking lengths
and 'full silk lined, worth as high as $39, at
Exclusive Models in Suits and Demi Costumes Highest grade of beautiful
Suits and Demi Costumes, some very elaborate, entirely new color ef
fects, at (85 down to f 49, f 39 and .. .--.....
Ladies Tailored Suits $9.98
A great Suit special for 1903, the
beet Suit evtr offered tor
price, all new modes,
new styles and colors-
The Swell Long Coats
42 inches long, full heavy lining:,
thoulder capes, new Q AO
stitched flap collars A Mil
$12.50 value, at
Box Coats at $4.98 made of
all wool zibeline, linings
satin A HQ
v j r .j
in me riciure
Burnt Woad Cabinet Photo Frame, several deslffM to
)cct from, very finely executed, would be cheap at l.Ol)
Poster Pictures In two combination, panel ahapea, very
pretty and neat, twenty-five cent value
the weeds near the road. He thought the
box would make good kindling Tbd went
after it. Upon opening the box he found
that it contained the partially decomposed
remains of a child. The police were noti
fied and Chief Briggs turned the box and
th remains over to Undertaker Brewer.
An investigation is to be started by the
E. L. Howe, city treasurer, has mad the
statement that be la going to Issue dis
tress warrants against the expresa com
panies doing business in this city which
have not paid taxes. Just when these war
rants are to be issued Mr. Howe did not
state. Five expresa companies are doing
business in the city and three have paid
taxes, so that distress warrants will be
issued against only two.
Magle City Gossip.
The Christian church will continue Its
rum mag sale today.
The lia-bt reiristration of Thursday is
being generally commented on.
A. V. Miller left last night for Creaton.
Neb., to look after some business mailers.
Fred Parks has rone to Sioux City to
vixit till mother, who is reported to be
Mr. and Mrs. James V. Chlzek have re
turned from Chadron. where they visited
relatives for a few days.
E. O. May field will rive a reading to
night at the First Presbyterian church for
the betient of the Christian horn.
Phil Kearnev noat of the Grand Army
of the Republic will meet tonight at
Twenty-sixtn and N streets. AfUx this the
post will meet only once a month.
These births were report ed vesttTdev:
Jens Jensen, Forty-third snd M ireeta,
son: George Be vina. Hut North Twenty,
fii'ih, dauphUr: John 6nnd. Twenty-sixth
snd N. son; wllllnm Nutt. Eighteenth and
W, sou; Georg Shun. Tbirty-aeoond and
APATHY THE ONLY- DANGER
Rrsbliras Certain t Wia if They
Wilt Attend t k
Apathy among republicans Is tha only
thing that can beat ua In Douglas county
and in the Fourth Judicial district this
campaign, said W. A. Redlck. nominee
for Judge of tbe district court t the First
Ward Republican club last night, "I have
noticed the apathy with apprehension and
fear the republicans are relying to
much on a reunited party and suffering
from over -confidence. While it true that
th party presents a solid front, yet we
cannot elect our men if the voters stay
at home. The first day's registration
chows a gratifying ratio of republicans
to democrats bat it does not show half
the number of republicans that it should.
Every man should get out and register
and remember to vole,"
Tbe meeting was well attended In Lin
coln hall at tha corner of Sixth and Pierce
streets. It was tb first meeting of the
First ward dub sine th convention and
th evidence went to back up tb state
ment of E. J. Cornish that the repub
leans of th ward, without exception,
would vote for and work for th ticket
stralrht through. Mr. Cornipb gav up
part of his remarks to words is favor of
the Judicial ticket. He aaid be bad not
found a single republican lawyer la the
society who supported the so-called "non
partisan" patchwork, atatements by tha
democratic press thst seme of the Vepub-
lican candidates for the bench ar lneom
petent ar notoriously untrue, Mr. Cornish
declared, and be scored th candidates
who, after trying for republican nomina
tions, accepted nominations at th bands
of aa opposing party. In this guise, the
speaker said, they attempt to injur the
organisation tha has made them. He
urged effective work this fail to strengthen
the party for the future.
Folic Judge Berks, candidate for re
election, said thing never looked brighter
for republicans in Douglas county. M- J
Kennard. nominee for county commis
sioner, promised to use the same ear ta
spenduisl coui.ty money as be would his
own. A. J. auiton. nomine for the dis
trict bcsH-n. bad Just returned frw
tinp'p tn laro-aca Burt axMaagr with
Suits and Coats
Suits Rain Proof
high gra.de suits.
backs, belted, some with
double and triple capes, at
$160, S 17.50 and
loot pleated back, very swell
for tbe lit Us toU, at 19.98,
Special Saturday Bargain
Children's Box Coats, fine kersey,
satin stitched, trimmed, red,
blue, etc. worth up to 13.50
Golf Skirts at $3.98 A big lot
. a -la m a
ofbeaulitui goii sKiris, an
styles and colors 1 QW
$5 Pictures at $1.98
color pictures, size
20x24, fitted with very fine
fellow candidates snd he said success there
Is assured. He declared that the number
of populists who are coming back into th
republican fold Is amazing. V
Others who spoke were James Allan, for
sheriff; E. F. Brailey for coroner, Charles
Cnitt for county clerk. A. L. Troup for dis
trict Judge. E. K. Long for Justice of the
peace and Jack Kenworthy tor constable,
DR. WALTON DRAWS BIG CROWD
Beat alsed Congregation of Week At
tend Meeting at First Presby
The largest congregation of the week at
tended the meeting at th First Presby
terian church last night, when Dr. Walton
preached and I. H. MacConnell. Prof, and
Mrs. J.J. Lowe of Philadelphia sang. The spe
cial number rendered by Prof and Mrs, Lowe
wss a duet, "Only a Veil Betven." Their
singing was a matter of great entertain
ment for all, as was also tb singling of Mr.
MacConnell. Mr. MacConnell has made his
services as a loader felt from the first of th
Dr. Walton preached from the story of
tb woman of Sychar. It was a powerful
appeal to Christian people to set about
doing their duties "of soul winning." He
received the utmost attention and appar
ently left the best impression mada during
th meetings. An after meeting was held
in which great interest was manifested.
Theae meetings continue throughout next
week. For Sunday Prof, and Mr. Low
will alnr In the morning at tha Lowe
Avenue Presbyterian church. Dr. Walton
preaches at th Castellar Presbyterian
church at 10 39 a. in. He preaches at th
Toung Woman's Christian association
women's meeting st the First church at 4:M
p. m. Th subject at this meeting win be
"Woman's Mission." He preaches again at
tha union aervic at the First church at 7 'So
m. Mr. MacConnell will sing at th
men's mooting at 10 o'clock and the preach
ing aervic at 10 JO a. m. at the Westminster
church and at the Toung Men's Christian
associstlon men's meeting st tbe Kounts
Memorial at 4 p. ta. Prof, and Mr. Low
and Mr. MacConnell all will be present st
th union service at th First church In th
STREET LIGHTS AND WALKS
Omaha View Improvers Express De-
aaands for City X
eessltle. Tbe Omaha View Improvement club met
Friday nipht with a large attendance snd
President Callahan la the chair. Tha side
walks oa Ohio street near Thirty-third
war reported in an extremely bad con
dition and wher any Improvements had
been made at all they were practically
useless because ef the adjacent sections
of sidewalk being almost Impassible. Tbe
club resolved te get sfter nonresident
property owners to c ran pel them or their
agents to make sidewalk improvements
along their property. .
It was reported that the trasoUn lamps
along Ohio atreet from the railroad to
Tluriy-second street sre not lighted half
tha time. Lights ar badly needed at
Thirtieth and Lake, Thirty-fourth and
Corby, Thirty-fourth and Maple. Thirty
third and Burdette. Thirty, Fifth and
Lake and at Thirty-fourth and Miami
Tha matter of th alleged diversion nf
th funds for the Saddle Creek main sewer
to the construction of private sewers by
tha city council was again brought np and
The invitation of th Omaha Federation
of Improvement clubs to attend tb mass
meeting of imztroveanont clubs to b held
Fridey evening was accepted. Tbe club
and Its friends will meet la the headquar
ters of the club at Thirty-oond sad Corby
streets at 7 3 p m. and proceed tn a body
to th mass meeting.
Tbe action of tbe cf.y council la dodging
oa the proposition te submit th electric
list. t purchase question was severely com
ma 14 rapozw bucB af tb saambara la-
at Alodest Prices
The swell long waterproof coats, with full
in the new
A Special Golf Skirt made of
1 . W ! iL .
gooa neavy meuons,in ine
late styes ana 1 UK
colors, taturaay -r
Ladies' Pearl Stock Pins, inde
structible. In turquoif-e Wue tr
or pearl, a lute fad, worth I I JC
25c. at w
Sample Lace Pins, sterling sit
rer. In nrvnth, Bfr de
lis, 'worth 70 cents
Ladies' Sterling Silver Hat Pins
larpe nnd heavy silver
worth 50 cents, at
fhe Ideal Skirt Supporter, iu
Dutch silver, worts
vored a mass Indipnation .' meeting and
passing resolutions exprewing public sen
timent on the matter. - .
The police have been notified of the rVb
bery of the 6teinberg warehouse at Tenth
ana ieavenworm. ii:e n;uii
warehouse was entered and several pieces
lJSXt mZtgSJZ STZSZL
Andrew C. Andersen, Omaha
Agnes C. Giant y. Omaha
John J. Wrtmore, Omaha
Ida M. Howard, Omaha
Frank Vanlcek, South OmahaL
Bozena Vyekocll, South Omaha
Albert K users. St. Louis
Alary Fait. Omaha
"Soaker" Is Locked I P.
Robert Fleming, Eighteenth and Nicholas
streets, would not stand fnr argument from
Alex Walt ha, Aa Waltlia en .leaned it
"Fleming took a soak at him," whicii tern-
Rnra.nl y put him out of biiF-.iiK&a. The
ght occurred in s) lunch wiitrou at th
omer of Ninth street and Ci.pli.ol svenue.
Fleming was arrested, charged with as
sault and battery.
nereptlan 4 Jtew Pastor.
The congregation of Dundee Presbyterian
church gave the new paHtor, Rev. Thomws
K. Hunter, D. D.. a reception in the church
last niaht. The suburb was well retiro-
sented and a very enjoyable por-lal evenl-ntr
was the result. The Dundee Pretsbyterlans
sre pleased to have a pastor of tlieir own
after ao maiir v ear. Mr. Hunter cam
i here from V iiusca, la.
R. W. Grant, a prominent architect ot
Beatrioa, was an Omaha viniUir Friday.
Mrs. S. N. Meallo and sister have gon
for a two weeks' rlait tu Rockfurd and
Chairman Harry Lindsay of th repub
lican state committee was an Omaha
W. H. Barton, clerk in th frelrhl su'lt.
tag department of the Union Pacific, tins
been promoted to be genera traveling
auditor, with headquarters in Orden.
B. K. Weaterveit. C. H. Ilrkn. Vi
and Mrs J. 11. Peyton of lv-nver, J
Gndley, D. D. Warren of Sheridan. Wv.
and Myrtle Biotta of Los Angulea ar reaia
tered at tbe Millard.
Mr. and Mr. Gecrre I. Becker of ftn
Francisco. B. C. Ash of Pierre, -.. A. Ber
nard of Long Island. Kan., W. S. Bernard
of Denver and Charles A. Hathman of
Bosemaa ar at tb 1'axton.
TIP-TOP TOP COATS
the " Manhattan" and the
"Broadway Box," bearing
this famous marK
jflljfed Benjamin s
MAKERS ' NFWyoffK
"t cut from
olive, tan, and gray coverts i
short, snappy, and stylish.
The M Broadway Box", cut 40
inches long from blacks and
Oxfords t for more conserva
tive dressers. Both have
broad, concave shoulders,
hand-padded t close-fitting
collars, hand-felled unripable
pockets. No detail that vi!l
add to their appearance or
serviceability b aver overlook
ed by Benjamin tailors.
Th a-rk k Htht Tour naonry
Back M anything goes WnaciC,
b alee sU llnum her.
GUARANTEE CLO. CO.
1519-11 DoujUt StrcU
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