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THE OMAITA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, REFTEMBEIt 12, 1005.
Manufacturer's Loom End Sale
S1I nUNDRED MILES DOWN
This Muck of Oritmt Boad it Laid and
THOUSAND BY ATRIL, SAYS DICKINSON
Tie PrHt of fltllwcll Ha4
MetH nia Family and Ral
! ! frnm Omaha
, J' . Kaaaaa Cltr.
"W hare mlln of track laid anil In
operation and will hava l,mo mllra by
April 1." tald Edward nioklnimn, general
manager and vim prfldnt of tha Stllwell
Orlont road. "Our bualnM la proarnoalna
with trfct mifitfui."
Mr. DlrkJnaon la hra arramrtni the re
moval of hla houaohcid affaire from the
old family reeldenoe on Park avenue to
Kanaaa City, which will be hla home. It
wa two yeara ago that he severed hla con
nection with the Union Pacific as general
manager, with which road he hart apent
about thirty-three yeara, and leaving
Omaha aeema to the Dickinsons a good
Val like tearing life cord.
Mr. Dlcklnaon wae aaked hy a friend
how he liked Kaneaa City.
"Very wen, what I have eeen of It," he
replied, "hut my work for the two yeara
I have been with the Orient haa kept me
out on the road moat of the time, ao there
la a great deal about Kanaaa City that
I do not know."
It will be recalled that Mr. Dickinson was
urged for a long time by Arthur E. Stll
well to accept the position with the Orient,
but that ho hesitated, feeling a reluctance
In laying down hla work with the Union
Pacific, at that ilme In tho throea of a
aovere labor light. He did. however, In the
fall of 1903, after the strike had been set
tled In June, hand In his resignation only
two waeks or less prior to the time he left
the company. On learning that he had
succeeded In getting Mr. IUcklnson, George
Gould sent a pergonal telcgmm cordially
congratulating Mr. Btllwell upon his tri
umph In getting such a man to manage
hla new road. Gould pronounced Dickinson
the best man In the country for the place
and repeated what his distinguished father.
Jay Gould, had often said In praise of
Dickinson as a coming power In the rail
Crowds Hauled by Bnrllnsrton.
"I can't aee why some Denver people
Insist on belittling the number of people
who were hauled Into Denver during the
period of cheap rates," sajd a prominent
Burlington official. "We have nothing to
gain at this time by giving out false re
ports, but here Is the exact statement of
the conductors who ' had charge of the
trains. There were seventy-nine trains
from the east and north which hauled
29.363 people. Add to this list the Ing-wood-Lyons
eleven trains, with an average
of 200 to a train, and you have a grand
total of 31,653 passengers, according to the
exact revised figures from the conductors
"The operation of the trains, the making
up of trains In the station was nearly
perfection. The universal report Is that
the visitors had nothing but praise for
Denver and that the arrangements for car
ing for the crowd were ample."
Norfolk and Freight Rates.
President K. M Robertson and a com
mittee of the Norfolk Commercial club
conferred with General Manager Bldwell
of the Northwestern Monday regarding the
relations of the road with the mercantile
Interests of their city and the tributary
"The committee was In my office only a
short time and no definite matters were
submitted or brought up," aald Mr. Bid
well. It waa understood on the outside that
what the committee took the trouble to
come down from Norfolk for was to make
a protest on certain freight rates of the
Northwestern applying to Norfolk and Nor
Railway Notes and Personals.
General Manager Mohler of the Union
Pacific returned from the north Monday.
J. A. Munroe, traffic manager of the
Union Pacific, and wife returned from the
General Superintendent Park of the
Union Pacific returned from the wea.t Mon
W. H. McKeen, Jr., superintendent of mo
tive power of the Union Pacific, and wife
went to Chios go Sunday.
The Rock Island will bring In two cars
of the men for the signal corps for Fort
Omaha Tuesday. These come from Fort
Hal Buckingham, chief clerk In the
freight department of the Burlington, has
returned from a drive with Live Stock
Agent Eyler through Wyoming.
According to the latest advices received
by friends in this city, Mr. and Mrs. H. 3.
Burt are scheduled to sail from Dover
October ft. Nothing definite is known as to
the plans of Mr. and Mrs. Hurt after their
arrival in New York. At last accounts
they were In Austria.
F1NLANDER GOES TO THE BAD
Tonrlst from the North Gets Too
, Ilaoa Aboard and Disturbs
A Finlander lent eclat to the atmosphere
at tha Union station, Monday morning by
driving away dull care with a number of
nips of bad whisky. Special Officer Flem
ing had the citizen from the far north sent
to the. police station for safe keeping until
his train left. At police headquarters the
Finn was registered at "John Due No. 1'
. owing to the inability of the police to un
derstand Jhe Finnish language, which Is
one of the few languages not spoken on
tho police force. When Mr. Doe realized
his predicament he soon sobered up and
waa allowed to proceed to his destination,
Ban Francisco. He came direct from Fin
land, to Omaha, Mr. Doe refused to talk
for public, print on the political situation
In Finland or even the Russo-Japanese
affair, Intimating that was a "closed In
cident," diplomatically speaking.
. A. A 11 1 J I il
j" t un account ui ine immense crowas ana ine
01 ICC enormous stock we did not have room to
show all our finest Carpets and Rugs today.
S and Mg
More Extraordinary Bargains
Tuesday in the Greatest Sale of
EVER HELD IN OMAHA
HERE ARE SOME OF THE EXCEPTIONAL OFFERS:
All the Ingrain Art Squares
from this purchase, including all
the largest sizes, will go at, each
All the Reversible Smyrna Rugs 7 OR
for the first time tomorrow at, each
All the Double Faced Smyrna Rua In extra
heavy quality, beautiful Oriental designs,
in 9x12 size all absolutely sound and per-. j)
letij iuc arc wuitu fu ituu (u at, catu,
( OMtlM WFATHFB rORFCT Tnesdar Fair an Cooler.
I J Store closes 6 p. m. (except Saturday.) y
Our Sunday Ad
Couldn't mt down loiti Monday, con Id nu f font Tnrwdny.
Capture Mmf of those line bargains In Ilry (ioorin. Visit (lonk
Department, are the atnnnlna; eostn'mea for 4k-Sar-Ren. Visit the
. "Ilk Counter, are the heantlfnl new styles for fall. Prices need not
concern yon a hit, they are way down.
Another marina; barftaln spot Is the Plnno Section on the third
floor. Prices rat mormon! t easy payments at that.
Don't Miss Tuesday's Bargains
Loom F.mls of Tn We l.lni'n. 1,'vni KinM "f TwMIiir. T.onm Kml of r"'-ri"la.
Loom KntN of 'lliialmnis. bmm KmH of nit kirvlH of While Oomls. F!:uirlr1 lis,
Pilots. Ktr . AT IIAI.K H l '. H ' I .A K I'Kli
'!--, rrr van! for nil Vim! of Tor. linn.
"2W Vnl and Nnttlns
iKluim I. n'
, ter vnrd for nil Loom Knda of
wol thl 1 fine Vnl niul F:inov W ash litres.
fie to 2'ir ter yard. pon't nit. it.
lOr" r,f'r Var'l f"r Loom K.ii'l f j 7 A t' ' r' '"''' f,,r n" Loom Kmls of
1 Corset Cover Kmhrolilery, worth; 8 V iin Nottingham and Oriental
Vo per yard i t.nre.
liV llinnii Hooks and F.yes. 1 C i "" " '"" """1', 3C
5c Aluminum Thlnilile... Iril'"' Kltie Comlis.
hi- Spool Silk.
5e Machine Thread.
s 1 fio Crorlirt Silks.
Is" 9x12 Rugs-15
All the absolutely sound
and perfect Axminster,
moquette and other highest class
rugs, in floral and Oriental pat
terns, that ehduld be seen to be
appreciated a f C
thf " !T' at the H ff
pi 113 nenal
pi ). ..f
In this lot are all the
9x12 Smyrna rugs in
good, substantial quality
all eound Ov CIQ
and per- VyllO
fect: at, . If
WAIT FOR BEN
"Sinclair" has just re
turned, millinery fall busi
ness will now begin with
Bennett's Fall Millinery
ALL THE CARPETS
From this immense purchase, including the best grades of
Savonnenes, Axminsters, Velvets, and Body B russels
These are worth from $1 to $2 yd., most of them sound
and perfect. They go in two
lots, per yard,
BRUSSELS RUGS AT 39c EACH
In this lot are Brussels Rugs 27x54 size, wortty
98c. As long as they last they go at, each, . .
Crosses and Chains
ar worn very much these days. We are showing them
In gold, gold filled and sliver. We also have a nice line
of lockets and chains, and while you are In the store
ask to see our Signet Rings. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
161C Doul 8trt.
Make tha fcalf llalit and "ally. Steps ttcalnf Instantly.
G-OING-l GOINGU GONE lit
tB( tnjW rssistfy "last It the iasff fersu"
DONT BLAME YOUR MIRROR
Many ladles oompel their mirror to
bear silent witness to nesdlees hair
destruction. Day after day they see
beauty and attraotlveneaa despoiled by
Jy diseased hair that could be saved. If
your mirror could talk It would plead:
with you to "save your hair not tha
combings. It can b don with Newbro's
Herpiclds which kflla the microbe that
causes dull, brittle and lustnrless hair,
also dandruff and falling hair. Destroy
tha germ and the hair's natural lustar
and abundance will return. Marvelous
results. An exquisite hair dressing.
rag Msns. ILS., tasfl We Suae te nmClOE CO., Dcst- . Mnll. Kick, fw s tsasls.
SHERMAN & McCONINELL DRUG CO.. Slpeolal Ajrnt.
APPLICATIONS A.T PROMINENT BARBER SHOPS.
llinnii i i i aBwiswajsjssauiiiwiiJUlaagWMBMn
LATErOIluEBPklBl IB 1 PFcjl I
Bennett's Big Grocery
TRAPR WINNERS-BEST VALUES
FKESH EST (.KM IDS.
10 Orppn Trading Stamps with O'J,-.
pint bottle A It C Catsup OS
10 Urpcn Trailing Stamps with pint
bottle Diamond "S'' Salad OCin
20 5rptn Trnding Stamps with O-.
lb. chii HiitHvia fancy Salmon.
10 Green Trading Stamps with OA-
2 Jars Dltimonil "8" Preservps. VW
BO Green . Trading Stamps with C(li
qt. hot. Hlood of the Grape. ...
40 Grepn Trading Stamps with 2ic
qt. can Armour's Soups, ass't
20 Grepn Trading Stamps with 12 aC
10 Green Trading Stamps with f ()r"
package Marslimiillow Dainties.
2n Green Trading Stamps with 'lflp
pt. bot. Goilney s Chill Sauce...""
10 Green Trading Stamps with
2 pkKS. H. S. V. V. Salt -''
10 Green Trading Stamps with fC
2 packages Btvklng Soda
10 Green Trading Stamps with
pint large Imported Olives
20 Green Trading Stamps with OQg
pound Muinster Cheese .v
A huge grocery sensation coming!
M-lnch rirndfnrd Mohnlrs. In all colors.
not the kind tint othpr housps are ad
vertising, but the ptire Imported article,
regular price $1 fi yarf), 'I Sir1
at. yard OO.
36-Inch line Henriettas, Sfi-lnrh (.ranlte
Cloth, r.t-lnch Mohnlrs, 3"i-lnch Ftamlnes, i
and about SO) i ces of Dress Goods. t
worth from b'.ic to $1 U0 yard, i
at, yard ACJV.
We manufacture our own trunks, traveling bags and suit
cases. We make them of the best material. Our workman
ship Is unexcelled. We sell them for Icrs than Inferior
grades would cost you elsewhere. If you buy of us you
will get the best you will save money you will be better
satisfied. leather Bound Matting Suit Cases, 1.50, $3.75 and
H.UO. We do repairing.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY,
1209 Farnam Streat.
attractiveness deapouiru by
beauty and at
the removal of great combfulls of sllgh
S-IC wedding rings. Edholm, Jeweler.
The follomlng marriage licenses have
Name and Residence. Age.
John H. Johnson. Omaha 28
Sigrld Nelson, Omaha
Frank N. Wlvlnis, Omaha 32
Mary L. Thompson, Omaha , 31
Elmer A. Ranking Omaha g
I-aura B. limits, Omaha $7
James Tvonlcek, South Omaha 2t
Julia Veverkrva, South Omaha ;o
Arxtrew W. Mark, Omaha
Aople Iartrn, Omaha.
rtavld B. Carlson, Omaha n
Mary Henderson, Omaha is
CONTEMPT CASE GOES OVER
fire Coantilmen Pltad Not Qnilty and
Will Appear Wedneiday.
DEFENDANTS' LAWYER ASKS FOR TIME
Back, Dyball, Evan, llnatlngton and
Schroeder Are la Coart and
Released WUhont G1t
Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth and purines the breath.
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Very convenient for tourists.
Councllmen Back, Dyball, Evans, Hunt
ington and Schroeder appeared before
Judge Sutton, Monday morning at 10 o'clock
to plead to a charge of contempt of court.
The reading of the Information waa waived,
also the issuance of summons, warrants
or citation. A plea of not guilty was
formally entered and the five city fathers
were released without bond to appear at
10 o'clock Wednesday morning-
When Judge Sutton took his seat on the
bench County Attorney Slabaugh an
nounced himself In readiness to proceed" at
once. He offered the Information ordered
by the court and outlined. Its contents. He
said It simply charged disobedience of the
order of the court, regularly Issued and
served and said that all necessary details
had been complied with.
Attorney W. J. Connell, acting for the
accused officials said they would waive
appearance at this time, as he wanted
a reasonable time In which to l'jok over
he complalut and frame a special pleading,
or answer. H thought he could be ready
by' Wednesday morning.
The county attorney and the court In
sisted that the defendants ought to be In
court, so that all formalities might be
compiled with. After some sparring back
and forth, a messenger was sent to notify
Ihe five councllmen, who soon appeared
Their presence put an end to the hearing
for the day, because the court, after cau
tioning , them to be present Wednesday
morning, at once took an adjournment to
Desast at 1235 South Nineteenth street and
stealing a watch, chain and six razors,
which plunder waa found on the men when
BENSON GIVES WRONG VIEW
Civic Reform Candidate for Mayor
and County Clerk Differ oa
Changing Voting Place,
In connection with the matter of pre
cinct voting places County Clerk Drexel
"A, speaker at a political meeting the
other night. In talking of change of loca
tion of a voting booth, perhaps gave a
wrong Impression. We have changed no
voting booth location without a good and
sufficient reason and I think there have
been only four changes In the entire list.
These were made either because It was
shown that the location was away off at
one edge of the precinct or because the
location first suggested could not be se
cured for one reason or another."
The speaker who made this boast was
E. A. BetfRon, perennial candidate for
mayor on the .civic reform ticket.
County Clerk Drexel has made up his
list of booths for the carpenter who Is to
erect these for the primary election. The
apportionment of booths Indicates very
strongly that the number of voters In cer
tain precincts far exceeds the number in
some other districts of the same ward. For
instance, the Third precinct of the First
ward will have twelve stalls, or booths, for
tolers, while two other precincts in the
same ward will have but six booths, and
one pfectnet only four. !
In the Fifth precinct of the Fourth ward
there will be ten voting booths and the
same number will be required In the Fourth
precinct of the Twelfth ward. In the
other precincts of these two wards the
number of booths will range from three
The heaviest registration is the Third
ward, but the vote la quite evenly divided,
compared with the wards mentioned. The
same is true of the Fifth ward, which
comes second in registration.
For Men and
This shoe is so made that even
though you have bunions you can
wear it with comfort and comfort In
four feet means everything to you.
he. narrow Instep and wide sole, snug D ,
Ittlng yet plenty of room Just where H
irou need 11 the most, in lace oniy, in
ill sizes and widths. Soft kid stock
;lth -Bpeclally prepared soles.
Drexel Shoe Co.
' K-y 7- ?U:
J. K- .. ...
1 10c Nickeled Nursing Fins,
Four Unmatchable Bargains
Tuesday surprises In the Main Wool Goods and Wash Goods Departments.
Arnold's celebrated Worsted Kffects, sola
the world over at 2Rc yard, best 10
goods made, at, yard liJV
350 pieces of Worsted Kfferts. In doubla
fold plaids, for children s school dresses,
worth lfio yard. E,-,
at, yard lJ
Bargains You'll Appreciate
Furnishing Goods specials which have no equals for high quality and low prices,
Ladles' 39c Vests and Pants, full 1Qr
weights, all sizes, at
Misses' and Children's Vests and Pants,
full weights, worth 20c, 15c
Men's Underwear, heavy ribbed or '1 7 AC
fleece lined, worth fi9c, at "
Men's Hose, In plain and fancy 12 if!
colors, worth up to 60c, at
Ladles' 1Sc Fast Black Hose, great Qc
snap Tuesday, at
Children's Heavy Hibbed Hose, Qc
regular 19o quality, at
MEN'S ALL-WOOL UNDERWEAR In broken lots, garments worth regularly fQr
up to $2.00, at, choice
In the Fresh Fruit Department
THE LAST WEEK TO CAN THIS DELICIOUS FnUIT. Ou
California Peaches arrived in splendid condition, and we are
body a chance to can this delicious fruit. Tomorrow we win
sale, at, per crate
No Commission Houses, Stores or Brokers sold at this price.
r last car of Fancy v I
a going to give every- r I
11 place them on QQq e- I
Large baskets Home Grown Grapes,
Bartlett Pear Sale
Large market baskets of Fancy Bartlett Peara,
65c . j
Candidate for renomination
as sheriff at the hands of the
democratic party. Primaries,
September 19. 1905.
1419 Farnam St.
New Fall Catalogue now ready
TWO MEN HELD FOR THEFT
Black and White Prisoners Boaad
Over oa Chance of Day.
, light Breaking.
Holly Bugg, colored, and I-eon Kennedy,
white, arrested last Saturday by Detective
Johnny Dunn at South Omaha on a charge
of daylight bieaklng and entering, were
arraigned in police court Monday morning
and bound over to the district court In the
sum of t&OO each. The prisoner stood, pre
liminary examination and were found guilty
by Acting Police Judge Foster on the evi
dence offered. Bugg And Kennedy were
charged with aatorlof tht horn oX Pc!r
GRADE MEETINGS TO BE HELD
Sessions with tha Teachers aad
Superintendent to Cnltlvate
In order to com closely In touch with
his staff of teachers and more intimately
direct and supervise their work Superin
tendent Davidson will hold grade meetings
at the city hall at 4 o'clock every after
noon this week. Tha instructors will be
grouped according to the grade they work
Hairy fl. Davis, under UJt sr. Tsl IZA.
CRAIG GIVES HIMSELF UP
Assistant City Engineer Returns from
Minnesota, Where He Ha
Been ta Hiding.
' Assistant City ' Engineer Craig Is back
from a vacation trip of ten days, during
which ,aven his closest friends did not
know where he was. He rested up for a
few days and fished at Deerwood. Minn.,
and then visited Duluth, Minneapolis and
St. Paul In search of information about
municipal work and comparison with
"These cities all' envy Omaha in its
municipal asphalt repair plant," aays the
assistant engineer. "Minneapolis haa got
so disgusted with contract repairs that
much of 'the asphalt is being allowed to
go to ruin. . , . '
"These three Minnesota cities are going
strong on public Improvements and ar
spending much more money than Omaha
for such things. Duluth, with about half
our population, haa an appropriation
larger than ours for the engineering de
partment. Aside from this is a board of
public works. None of the three is so
stingy as Omaha with the engineering
department, proportionately speaking."
S.HO to Clear Like and Return
Chicago Great Western Railway.
Tickets on sale every Friday and Satur
day. Final return limit the following Mon
day. Good fishing, boating, bathing and
other outdoor sports. Reasonable Hotel
rates. Tourist sleeping cars run on Satur
day night train. For further Information
apply to S. D. Park hurst, O. A., 1512 Far
nam street, Omaha, Neb.
St. James Orphanage Fair.
The executive committee to have charge
of the St. James' orphanage fair has about
completed arrangements. The fair is to be
held at the Omaha Auditorium October 19 to
28. with the object of raising money to pay
oh an Indebtedness of IX.oftO on the or
phanage. F. A. Nash Is chairman of the
committee In charge, with E. A. Benson
and W. M. Bushman as vice chairmen- The
full committee consists of fifty waa and in
nnmSMtAJPia ! .h.r,,l..
WANTED First class bookkeeper and
ledger man, with at least five years' ex
perience. Position will be permanent and
connection will be with one of the leading
houses of Omaha. All replies will be
treated as strictly confidential. State ago,
experience and salary desired for a starter.
A 62, Care Bee.
No Smoke No Smell
Wouldn't you like to be rid of both
forever? You will when you get a
Just a slight pull on the chain and
up comes Ilia Hinged Top, forming
a hood which diawa all smoke or
odors back into tha range, thus pre
venting their escapo into the room.
This Is the handy way to broil,
toast or fix the fire. It is Moore's
P.-.tcnt and can be had only on
Moore' Ranges. Then there is
Moore's A ecu rut e Oven Thermometer)
1UM Iry It ont eana lou will nrer
be iibut it. It doci siv wuh
ur.!.irg and makes baking aud
roasting absnlutrly sure.
Moore's Pangea ire made of
Steel and aebestos. 7 hey ar
alna inlal rii-liKU hS i4n
omire fuel woncitrfully and ve in to many yt
th.tt they actually repay their coit in a alutt time.
MOOrOS Are you planning to buy
C.-wa ithrr coo'tiim r heat. it
OIOVC9 atovc? Be sure to ace M.-oit a
Alwnvf comp fte line (he latest trie
most imiTO'.ed liii bc&t forail
Nebraska Furniture and Carpst Co.
41H-1I-1 North 24th Street,
. SOI Til OMAHA.
DEPUTY STATE VETERINARIAN,
H. 1. RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S-
Offle and Infirmary, 2Sth and Mason Sts ,
OUiHa. KEtt. Tcleplioo Hi.
We wish to announce to the ladies of Omaha
the receipt of a large and elegant stock of
Imported Robes and Gowns from A. FELIX
BREVETE and RAUD NITZ & CO.
Exquisite Parisian Creations
of surpassing beauty of style and elegance
of material. You are cordially invited to
inspect these offerings which we consider
the best ever shown in Omaha.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES,
Oldest and Largest Military School
In tbi Middle Wwl. Send for catalogue.
Gf A. LINDQUEST CO.
MAKE BEST CLOTHES
FA 1.1. ELETIOS OW 1W.
235-2.16 Pal ton ninrk. Thone 18S1.
Sixteenth and Farnam Sts.
YOUR BOY'S PROGRESS
epD.ii murh upon hia onrofort and hnpplnwi
aim in mHk our bmi happy, 'rmttnu tham .Dl
plrHiMnt, I'ttrHoii'tl i-eltttinimhip with inntriH tori, sir)
th-ni merv iinortinny to If urn flf-ontrol rthr
thun be control IM, hi.i whtl'- irunting to ih1r hoimr
malniRin timtrurtioo aod rllctplin of the blut
or-1r Thi w hnlM thu r(f-r4llnnt. mnnljf chBrMr
tr. riimate unequIIM for hfultlif"ilntt loo at, I o
eufrily uottiani l)li. Htad for booklet "A" to
KEARNEY MILITARY ACADEMY. KEARNEY. NE&
The children can't
keep posted on the
life and works of
Buster Brown unless
you get the Sunday
Bee for them every
PEACE and COMPORT r auro to'eom to thoaa who amok
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