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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1904)
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A Biff Special Sale of
Sterling Silvor Manicure Pieces
and Toilet Table Necessities.
The greatest sale of sterling silver noreltiea ever
held. This entire stock of 1.200 pieces was made for
an Eastern house which failed, we bought at a bargain.
French gray and mat silver, stamp
ed and guaranteed
Bonnet Brushes. Nail Buffers, Shoe Horns, Q J jV
Hat Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Files, Monogram
Ci.no r.ll It. lis nnrnrri te . etc. I", SI I
Ali extra heavy and worth from 75c
Great Ribbon Sale
In the Basement.
An immense purchase of all silk ribbons from an Eastern
ribbon mill . The ribbons are in 10 yard pieces and com
prise the most beautiful shades of the fall season all
widths of ribbon for horse
etc., etc. actually worth up
to 35c a yard will go at,
The New Fall Kid Gloves
All the newest autumn shades in real kid gloves we
carry the Pefrin. Monarch, Eeynier and other popu
lar brands gloves for horse show wear all the cor
rect new colors for street and evening $ $
wear a splendid new array, at 1 "
A Kid Glove Special at 59c These are high grade
. gloves ali sizes and all shades, button and F K
clasp many of real kid leather worth
up t:- $1.25 a pair, at XT
Ladies' 50c Neckwear at 15c and 25c
Lac stocks, embroidered turnovers, etc. all new fall
: twltb?A"t"".l 15c srid 25c
Fall and Winter Underwear From Kelley-Stier Stock.
All the medium and heavy weight underwea? from the Kelley-Stlger
stock, consisting of union suits, all wool, silk and wool and fanoy cotton
underwear for ladies', mlseev', children and boys' on sale at extraordin
Mens' hosiery, black and fanoy, all
sizes, worth up to 35c a C
pair, at, pair.. 111
I. L. BRANDEIS & SONS I BOSTON STORE
Was 75c now 39c
.Was I2.G0 now 1126 1
Twenty-five per cent discount on orders for covers this mont'o.
Boston Umbrella Co. .6P0h6osn. -tf. st
JUSTICES OF PEACE FIGHT
Altstadt and Bachman Gome to Blowi
, ' After Some Words.
OUTGROWTH OF OLD ILL - FEELING
Altstadt Goes to Justice Baldwin's
Court to Swear Oat Con.
f plaint, but the Judge
Is Not In.
A recent unpleasantness between Acting
Police Judye C. M. Bachman and Justice
4f the Peace William Altstadt, who have
adjoining- offices in ' the Paxton block,
eame to a head about 10:30 Friday morning
at the foot of the Paxton block stairway,
where the men met and exchanged a few
fiassages at? arms.
Justice Altstadt and Constables J. J.
Casey and F;. W. McOinnls had Just
emerged from the elevator and Jus
tice of the Peace Bachman was re
turning from police court ' with Attorney
S3. P. Moreajrty. Angry words were passed
between Altstadt and Bachman, followed
by several bl.ow Attorney J. J. Boucher
separated the combatants and the Incident
.was ejoaea for the time being.. Con
tables Casey and McGlnnis accompanied
Justice Altstadt to a nearby store where
the blood was washed from Mr. Altstadt's
face, his left cheek having been slightly
rut with Judge Rachman's ring, so It is
alleged. Then the three went to Justice
' of the Peace Baldwin's office in the Barker
block to file a complalnn of assault with
Intent to do great bodily injury against
Mr. Bachmaiy Justice Baldwin was not In
at the time. Judge Altstadt then an
nounced thst he would file a complaint In
Ihe county court.
Bach Man Makes statement.
; Justice Altstadt gives the following ver
sion of the affair: '
"Bachman met me In the Paxton block
entrance and said: 'Now, you little Dutch
W . you will talk about me;' then he
fctruck at me two times before I could do
'anything. J -never ' said anything disre
spectful of Mr. Bachman. I do not know
" "what he "could have thought I saJd about
. Constable Casey, whq was a witness ef
the affair, - confirms Mr. Altstadt's state
ment. , . v
Ac'lng Police Judge Bachman had this
to say when asked for a statement:
ri "The fact of the matter Is Mr. Altstadt
vand I have not spoken since our appolnt
i merits as justices of the peace until this
( . .morning. Last evening Constable Ma
's. Olnnla came to me and said Altstadt told
t Wm e WM t0,ny to tal,e punch at me
. -X and lay me up for three days. Mr. Alt
stadt has been dulng all he could to an
tagonise mi, particularly since I was p
' pointed acting police judge during the
. , ' absence of Judge Berks. When we met
. this morning M suld to him, 'If you have
. ''''anything to'suy at or about me I wish
you) would say it to my face and not
-'hlnd my back.' Then be struck me and
1 merely pushed him away."
" The Bee Want Ada Are the Best Business
- Twt Divorcee Uranted.
Judge Day has granted a decree of dl
vorve to Lena Cooper from Charles Cooper.
The cause of notion was nonsuppurt.
Mrs. Cooper takes her maiden name of
8alle Mdows Was another plaintiff to
reoelve a divorce. . Juiita Troup found that
she was entitled to separation from her
lukKbend, Ounrge W. Meadows, herauae
of enmity. Mrs. MeVdowe asked for the
custody ot iholt -j.sj14 sua, WUilaia
J fcrTsrOW Tape.try
up to 11.75 each,
show trimming, ior sasues,
how trimming, ior sasues,
Ladies' hoc lery, fast black and fan
cy colored some open
work effect, at, pair
ONE - HALF PRICE.
Was $4.00 now
Was JS.00 now . - ...
JOHNSON & 600DLETT GO.
Phones 1ST5 and 4743.
WE ARB the acknowledged leaders of
low prices and strictly high-grade, de
pendable goods. We show you a. large
assortment in the grocery line. In our
meat department we handle nothing but
the best grade of everything. Our bakery
Is famous for QUALITY. Nowhere else
can you get such fine bread, cakes, cookies,
buns, rolls and plea as we make. A three
layer white cake In nut, orange, chocolate,
oaramel or cocoanut for 30c Don't try to
bake one yourself when you can buy; It
for that price. Our butter cannot be
equalled anywhere. A fine separator cream,
ery, guaranteed to suit you, for 20c The
best potatoes you ever cooked for 60c per
bushel. Fancy Colorado freestone peaches
for 25o a basket. The best Wisconsin full
cream cheese for 16c. New dill pickles,
lo each. Fine sweet potatoes at 20c per
peck. Ripe sweet grapes for 15o a basket.
6-pound sack best table salt for 60, The
finest prime rib roast, 10c and 12ttc Good
corn starch, 4o package. Strictly fresh
country eggs, dosen, 19c
Early shopperB get best selections. If you
cannot come, call us up.
Johnson & Goodlett Co.,
Oth and Lake 8ts.
GROCERIES. MEATS and BAKERT.
, Reopening of
Hr. and Mrs. .brands'
Dane Ins and Physical Culture
Fo children on Saturday, September H.
Beginners, 10 a. in. Terms Season, Septem
ber to Msy, $15. Advance, no. Adults
classes begins Tuesday, September 6. 8 d.
m. Private lessons daily. Opening as
sembly next Wednesday. For particular
call or telephone 1041. i.iuars
Corner Fifteenth and Harney Streets
THE FIRST STEP away
from self-respect is the lack of
care in personal cleanliness: the
first move in building up a pro
per pride in man, woman, or
child, is a visit to the Bathtub.
You can't be-healthy, or pretty,
or even good, unless you are
clean. Use HAND SAPO
LIO. It pleases everyone.
THB CARD OP THE HAIR
f V f latral to rrrr
Clkcd. it CM ha T.A
b r stored M lta aatvnl tyk.
The Imperial Hair RsenBrafor
COUiHlbo oi tie n U eiMlly as-
,n Mcvonnll Zru- Co Omaha.
Wlnfteld Meadows, but the court held the
father to be belter able to care for the
nil 10. fo alimony was granted.
Three VYeddlass la One Day.
Three weddings are reported by Rev.
(Imrlea Havtdgit to have been erfornit
by hlms.ir at hU home on Leavenwoittt
frect ihuretlay The principals to the
first of these were Harry Nelson snd Miss
t rances Hamorntk. the latter the daughter
ot Jumea llameriiik. Another couple were
Louie P. Sipe and the dauglitar of M.
S-1 " M'" lrtrude Scharfun, Harry
A. Mcklas was the third groom and Mies
I.Ida h,. I-arkln hie bride. Ths young
wumau ouiugs irv IVl, ilurtwi, Colo.
nil . id
School Shoes Now
Don't wait for a sudden spell of
cold, wet weather. Have the chil
dren well shod with Fry School
hoes now and be ready to keep
their feet dry and warm in any
Come and Inspect our new fa!l
line of school shoes. ... Notice the
leather In them, how tough and
strong, and how solid the soles and
heels are. Bring the chi dren along,
and let them try on some of our
comfortable fitting lasts. Thtn see
how easy It Is to get good wearing,
nice fitting, neat looking school
shoes at reasonable prices when
j ou come to the right place.
f ijw to fa.
ERY HOE CQ
To Observe When Purchasing
GROCERIES & MEATS.
If you recognise the above
essential requisites when pur
chasing supplies for the table
and treat thcos features with
the thoughtful consideration
they truly merit we are con
fident you wl'.l arrive at a
satisfactory conclselin that by
trading with- us will reduce
your bills considerably.
Spring Chickens , f Ee
Per pound. ...v. -W
Young Hens .. ' fOn
Per pound aw
Spring Lamb Legs 12c
Per pound.., w
i Prime Rib Roast-ifrm10lr
Per pound ,uv easa
Corned Beef " Ac
Per pound St
BALTIMORE OYSTERS Cfc
Per quart OWW
FOR SATURDAY ONLY.
Choicest Country ButterOOlr,
Per pound JW
Strictly Fresh Eggs
Quaker Oats Oi:r
Three packages for...
Two packages for.,
Lipton's No. 1 Tra
Half pound tin.....
HUYLER'S CHOCOLATE HAn
Exponents of Good Living.
28th and Fafnam Sts.
ej Telephones 736, 1329, 1331.
is Boys' Day
We always prepare for1 the ,
boys on Saturday by having
extra salesmen who are able to
take care of all the boys who -come
for our - J1.60 shoes.
We're mighty proud of this
shoe, for it gives such good
Saturday we give away
"Bubbles" (bubbles without
soap) with our boys' shoes.
Drexel Shoe Go.
1419 FARNAU STREET.
Omaha's Ui-to-Dati Shot Houts
WE OFFER BARGAINS IN OUR DRUG
DEPARTMENT THAT WILL SUSTAIN
THE REPUTATION WE HAVE ESTAB
LISHED FOR MAKING SATURDAYS
LUCKY DAYS FOR OUR CUSTOMERS.
26o All Bristle H.ilr Brush
Pear's Scented Soap 1
Pears' Scented Soap
8-ounce Bottle Bay Rum
t-ounce Bottle Florida Water
Pompellan Massage Cream
S-ounce Bottle Witch Hssel....M
16-ounce Bottle Witch Hasel
t2-ounae Bottle Witch Hasel
ECE CREAM SODA
White Roue. Violet, Heliotrope,
IJly of Valley, t'rab Apple and
tion Perfume (regular-toe),
per ounce. . ,
For Menstrual Suppression
an 7 eM
tolt la Oauht br SbMrm MoCilt Drug Ot.
uu Hton aiM Jnto ! m I " H JtUs
THE ACKNOWLEDGED LEADING RETAIL MILLINERY
HOUSE IN OMAHA ;
Extends a Cordial Invitation to Our
Grand Opening Display of Im
ported and Domestic
MUSIC ALL DAY AND EVENING.
1608 DOUGLAS ST.
Sells Stationery and Does ENGRAVINd r i cil
ir. . One I sell.
1607 Farnatn Street.
That's a sample of the very low one-way
colonist rates in effect, via Rock Island System,
September 20,' October 4 and -18, to Kansas,
Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Texas and . New
Mexico. Round -trip tickets also on sale to
about the same territory September 20 and 27,
October 4 and 18,
Write today for full information and free booklets.
Tho Rock Island Agent
will toll you about It.
7 J ..98,
I Guarantee Every
at very low rates
from other points. ,
Rutherford, D. P. A.,
Firnan St., Omaha, Neb.
ON FACE 9.
THR flKLlaBlUB ITORB.
Copyright 1904 by
Hart Schaffncr fc? Marx
, , . Special sale for Saturday. Come early. to avoid the rush and get your pick
of MEN'S HIGH GRADE SUITS, OVERCOATS, PANTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS AND FURNISHING GOODS. Goods will be sold AT ONE-THIRD THE
REGULAR PRICE. Some of the goods are so slightly damaged By smoke and
water that it cannot be noticed, The following are some of our price;
Men's $10.00 Ovecoata
Men's S16.00 Overcoats COO
at U 90
Men's $26.00 Overcoats
Men's $0.60 Suit
Men's $10.00 Suits
Men'a $15.00 Suits
Men's $26.00 Suits
Men'a $2.00 Pants
Men's $3.50 Pants
Men's $6.00 Pants
DON'T FORGET THE PUCE.
PEOPLE'S CLOTHING HOUSE
1321 Douglas St.
NOTICE Come Saturday,
Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock.
WE GUT DRUG PRICES ALL THE TIME
Patrons of our "Drug Emporium" may
always be sure they will get a price as
low OR A LITTLE LOWER than can
be obtained elsewhere In this territory.
60o Poszoni's Face'Powder for .'..'....'.... 28c
25c Graves' Tooth Powder for 11c
25c Mennen's Talcum Powder for ,.a,.Uc
for tLta. Write for
showing 40 or 60
$1.00 Kilmer's Swamp Root 79c
Eagle uonnensea miik jo
' AH ltuai.. Snn
White Ribbon Floating Soap, So cake,
I H K n IIU VI,. i . ......
, ( for ....
; WRITE FOR OUR NETW 100 PAUE CATALOGUE. . ,
SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUG CO.,
" CORNER IOTH AND PODGE, OMAHA. .
The fertile toils of
- IDAHO, OREGON AND WASHINGTON
Yield In overflowing abundance, and in
the highest perfection enery grain, grass,
' ' ' 'vegetable and fruit of the temperate aone. The
' splendid train service of the Union Pacifio enables
persons , to. reach these localities quicker snd in a
more comfortable manner than via any other route
SPECIAL RATES .,
" First and third Tuesday of every month.
DAYLIGHT RIDE OF
200 MILES ALONG THE BEAUTIFUL
Inquire ef -City
Ticket OUice 11W4 Faraaas Street,
vlephoae S16. .
ON PACE 9.
You know bow it is. Then is a
lot of comfort iu knowing your
clothes are right; and in being aura
You can't be always studying
fashion plates; you might not
know if you did. But you ran be
sure of clothes-correctness, just the
If you come to 11s we'll fit you in
a Hart, Schaffner fc Mart hand
tailored suit; and every time you
see that little label small thing
to look for, big thing to 'find
you'll be sure you're right.
It's the asiest and surest way of
being sure. ;
An Elegant Line of Suits at
$12.50, $15, $18, $20, up to $25
LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU.
We have purchased the entire sam
ple line of a large manufacturer of
This is one of the best bargains our
buyer has ever secured. They come
in ages from 3 to 14 years and are
worth ?4.00, $5.00 and f6.00. On
pale Saturday A. M. at QQ
choice i i.m - J
Dresses 1? 3'
. $1.93, $20 and $2.98.
Men's $2.00 Shoea
Men's $3.00 Shoe
Men'a It.So Shoea
Men's E. A W. Shirts QQ
Men's Fine Dress Shirts
Men's Black Sateen Shirts
tn Piaa3 SO
Men's 26o and 50c Ties
at . . . . . . . . a a . ......M...MI
Men'a Heavy Fleeced Lined
Men'a Socks worth up to So
Near 14th St.
a we are closed Monday. Will open
Good Talcum Powder, 40e dozen boxes
$1.00 Newbro's Herplclde for 79o
$1 Baker's Barley Malt Whiskey for..76o
$1.00 Llquoxone for !o
60c Ml-o-na for 42o
Good Syringe (guaranteed) 5c
$1.00 Palno's Celery Compound for 78g
Vimalt, the best Malt Extract 20o bot
tle, 6 bottles for $1,- $1.90 dosen.
jn M I HP I HsMI ,, t
$1.00 Pierce's Medicines for 7
$1.00 Pe-ru-na .......... .....79a
$1.00 Horlick's Malted Milk for 67a
60o Soclete Hyglenlque Soap for 29a
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