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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, SKI'TKMHKK 13, urns.
Fourth Day of the Loom End Sale
OMHt W R Til R ft FOR RCA IT Wednesday fair,
CALM FOLLOWS THE STORM
Peace Dwelli Agaia Between Aged Hdi
bnt tod YomtMil Wife.
POLICE EFFECT THE RECONCILIATION
Colored Man of Slaty-Eight SIspS
W oat an of Tweilf.Ti When
Latter Disturbs His Serenltr
at Breakfast Table,
December and May were sent on their
ways rejoicing by the police magistrate
Tuesdsy morning, when James Watklns. a
venerable colored oian, voluntarily pre
sented himself before the police Judge to
answer to a charge of assault and battery
he believed his youthful wife would file
sgnlnst him. The wife was at court bright
nnd early, but when the Judge and city
prosecutor heard the man's story' they ad
vised the couple to return to the home nest
and fuss no more.
The frosts of many winters have tinged
the old man's locks a kindly gray, while
the bloom of youth still gently Vests on
the joung wife's cheeks. Watklns Is
years of age. while his helpmate Is hut 27.
According to Watkin's story the culmina
tion of his recer.i domestic troubles came
Tuedav morning at the breakfast table.
The old mn bad Just Impaled his fork
Into a Juicy porkchop and was about to
make an Incision wtlh his knife, when tlc
wife of his boson made an unkind verbal
cut regarding; an Incident that happened
In the Watklns' home several evenings
revloiv, so the husbond states. Being In
fio mood to be trifled with. Watklns stated,
he. In nn unguande; moment, stripped his
wlfi across the face. Just, to show her her
place In the heme. Then the wife donned
her bonnet and said she would go to police
court and swear out a warrant for her
husband. Watklns hitched up his wagon,
threw his plastering tools Into the vehicle
r.nd arrived at the station about two
lengths behind his wife.
Ceils Altont Ton Mnrh.
In his story to the. police magistrate
Watklns said his wife had been In the
hnblt of "gadding about too much," that
she went all the wav to Pouth Omaha
Inst w ek without seeking his permission and
that she has on several recent occasions
psld undue attention to another man. Sev
eral of the police officials, who have known
Watklns for years as a hard-working
bread-winner and husband, say the real
trouble In the Watklns home Is that the
wife la, Jealous of haj1 husband.
It Is a matter of record that Watklns
has lived In Omaha forty-eight years and
has been the father of thirteen children.
The latest report Is that the Watklna
have burled the meat axe and are living but
for one another.
OMAHANS MARRIED IN DENVER
R. Beecher Howell and Mrs, Alice S.
CnlllnKham Are 1'nlted In
The announcement of the wedding of Mrs.
Alice B. Culllngham and Mr. R. Beecher
Howell, both of Omaha, which took place
Tuesday at Denver, will come as a sur
prise to the majority of the friends of
both parties In Omaha. In fact, So care
fully have the plans for the wedding been
guarded that Inquiry at the horns of the
bride. Thirty-second and Pacific streets,
Tuesday, brought only the Information
that the wedding had taken place some
time during the day, probably at one of
the churches In Denver.
Mrs. Culllngham and her little son left
Omaha last Thursday for Denver to Join
her methei, Mrs. 8. V. Chase, who haa
been Jn that ctly for several months. Mr.
Howell departed for Denver Monday after
noon wtlhout advising his friends regarding
Mrs. Culllngham has resided In Omaha
Ince her girlhood. Boon after the death
of Mr. Culllngham a few years ago, she
and her little sen went abroad, living In
Germany, where Mrs. .Culllngham studied
music until about two years ago, when
they returned to Omaha, Mra. Culllngham
Is an accomplished pianist and Is prom
inently known in musical and social circles
Mr. Howell haa held several public offices
In Omaha. Some years ago he was city
engineer. In the legislature of 1903 he was a
member ef the state senate and later was
elected to the Water board, created by a
bill which he Introduced In the legislature.
His other business Is "general Insurance."
He has an office in the Karbach block.
ALLEGED THIEF IS CAUGHT
Omsbs Man Suspected of Stealing;
Horse Awaits Officer at Mary
Harry McBrlde of Omaha has been
arreted at Maryvllla, Mo., on the charge
of stealing a horse from the barn of Bern
stein Sc. Wolfson, Thirteenth and Jackson
streets. Detective Mitchell has gone to
Maryville for the prisoner.
Last Friday the horse was reported to
the police as having been stolen. Detec
tives got a line on the suspected thief and
arrested William 'Lathrop of 613 Pierce
street on the charge of concealing a horse.
Lathrop is a brother-in-law of McBrlde.
McBrlde Is said to have ridden the ant
mat all the way from Omaha to Maryville,
at which latter place he called on relatives.
BAD MIXTURE OF LETTERS
1 Mall of Rival Concerns Gets Inter
changed nnd Complaint Is.
Mad to Authorities.
A oomplalnt has been lodged with the
Vnlted States authorities to the effect that
there has tbeen a bad admixture of mall
master between a couple of rival retail
firms in this city. The complaining party
alleges that his business has already been
damaged over $500 by his rival getting
hold of his mail. The matter has been
placed In the hands of the postnfflce In
spectors for investigation. The absence of
the poatofflce inspectors from the city Just
at this time will delay the inquiry and
names are suppressed for this obvious
MANDERSONS REACH AMERICA
Return from Europe and A re t'.i.
rated In Omaha Latter Part
of th Week.
J. K. Kelby of the legal department of
the Burlington, received a message from
General Charles F. Manderson Monday,
saying the general and Mrs. Manderson
had reached the 1'nlted States from Europe,
where they spent the summer. They are
now In Philadelphia and are expected in
Omaha the latter part of the week. The
message did not give any further In
formation as to Mrs. Manderson's physical
condition. It will be recalled that she lost
ihe use of -one eye while abroad.
ftlKLIIY lOlJIV FAIR.
''arlaa'. Iowa.. Sept. 12.1B, I91S.
The Chicago Great Western Railway will
sell round trip tickets to Harlan at only
one fare plus one-third for the round trip.
Tickets on sule September 11th to lMh. For
further Information apply to B. D. Park
burst. General Ajtcnl, iUi rarnain St.,
UJAA .V (J
READ THESE WEDNESDAY SPECIALS
Ladies' Kid Gloves, 69c
Thousands of pairs of kid gloves,
in black, white and all street and
evening shades for fall wear made of
real kid, lamb skin and French suede
with 2 and 3 clasps of metal or pearl-
all pi zed,
to (2 paii
nd 3 clasps of metal or pearl
H5 O 9 C
SPECIALS IN DRESS GOODS DEPT.
'$2 Water Proof Cloth and Rain Coats-very high C1Q
class, seasonable fall troods at. a yard. . ....... nQC
75c TABLE DAMASK AT 25c YARD.
A new shipment of fine mercerized Table Damask in, mill
remnants of 1V6 to 5 yards. This is an extra good lot
and actually worth 75c yard. On big bar-
gain square in basement AVednesday at,
NEWEST FALL STYLES IN
Ladies' Faiftiiits at $1485
The leading fall styles moderately
priced 7-here is a very special num
ber, beautifully made in new Ches
terfield, Eton and Hussar styles
fall's choicest cloths fl I Q C
and best colors smartly II -tiOeJ
tailored and extremely styllah 1
for all street wear, at. ..... .
CR.AVENETTE COATS &t $12.50
Always the most popular coats for
fall suitable for every season new
greens, tans and ox
fords same with fitted backs,
new sleeves, pleated and
smartly trimmed, ...... . .
LADIES' STYLISH WALKING SKIRTS.
Side and hip pleats, feome circular effects all new designs
for fall 1905 fancy mixtures plain cloths
relieved with slight trimmings, etc. a
Brandeis special, at ,
An assemblage of ettjuisite models from Paris, New
York and London.
THURSDA Y . FRIDA Y
Sept. U. Sept. IS.
Imported model hats, selected New York designs and
matchless productions of our own corps of talented milliners. An exposition
of authentic millinery style that will rival thi displays in Pari and New
York. Hats for every fashionable occasion. Our New York buy e r, just re
turned from Paris, has imported direct to ui more pattern hats than the com
lined importation of all other houses in Omaha.
Brandeis1 Millinery has for twenty years .'.
led the fashion in Omaha.
GIRLS SNATCHED FROM SIN
Yonns Women In Their Teens Arc
Taken Oot nf Houses
Whlls making the rounds of tha pro
scribed district Detectives Ferris and
Dunn brought to police headquarters four
young women who gave their names as
Bessie Livingston. Nellie Bhotwell and
Rose and Nettle Newman. . The girls were,
all charged with being disorderly charac
ters and when arraigned before Ihe police
Judge Tuesday morning, promptly pleaded
guilty to the charge against them. Miss
Uvlngston gave her age as 17. Her case
will be further Investigated by the police
Judge. Tha other prisoners gave their
ages 18 and 19 years.
I.tzsle Burgess' and Meals - Barth were
arrested by Patrolman Johnson In the bad
lands. Both, are young women and came
from South Omaha. The police say they
are making a determined effort to turn
young women from the path of wayward
ness whenever It Is possible.
Great Law Bait Decided.
The supreme court, the people, haa de
cided that Dr. Klng'a New Discovery wins
agarhst coughs and colds. 60 cent and $1.
For sale by Sherman A MeConneil Drug.
12.RO TO ST. PAIL MINNEAPOLIS
And Return Vln 4 bleaao Great Weil,
11154 to Duluth. Superior and Ashland.
Tickets on sale till Septemner 30th. Final 1
return limit October Slst. For further In
formation apply to 8. D. Farkhurxt. General
Agent, 1512 Farnam 8L, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED first ilau bookkeeper and
ledger man. with at leant five years' ex
perience. I'oniiioa will b permanent and
connection will be wUk one of the leading
houses of Omaha.'- All 'replies , will l,e
treated as strictly confidential. State axe.
experience and salary dr-sired (or a starter.
in Fry Shoes
Our full lines are now ready for In
spection and, as always, we lead the
shoe trade jf the west in up-to-date,
snappy and fashionable styles, as well
as in the perfect fit. fine finish and
high quality of our shoes.
$3.50 AND $5.00
No other shoes at these prices con
tain so much valu" In the quality of
the material, the perfect fit and ele
gant appeaiance or the slme as the
line we aie showing this fall.
fall nnd see the latent.
FRY SHOE COl
16th and DtuQlas S&
Stare closes 6 p. m. (except Saturday
DRY GOODS BARGAINS
f ' New Fall Dress Goods.
A big pale of New Fall Dress Goods,' la all the latest fabrics for
. gtylish dresses, 46 to 64 Inches wide. We put on sale an f ff
exceptional assortment for Wednesday, per yard 1UU
1.00 Chiffon Taffeta, per yard 75c New Chiffon Taffetas In all the
new changeable shades, this Is a most popular silk this season and
retails at $1.00 per yard; Is full 27 Inches wide; our price 7 C
per yard $ DC
Great Bargains in the Domestic Department.
Linen Huck Towels, fancy border, 20x38, heavy 2oc quality;
only for Wednesday, each '.
600' Pillow Cases, free from dressing, big sizes only,
60 Pieces Waistlng Flannels, very wide, extra heavy, colors
that are pretty; special, per yard
Sale of Fine Blankets.
200 sample pairs of the celebrated Oregon Blankets, In whites,
grays, browns, plaid nnd fancy mixtures; made of the finest wool.. This
Is a lot of samples, all perfect new goods In this aalo; will save you
irom sw per cent to h:i less than we usually sell them for.
ii-4 extra large, extra quality gray, white and tan Bed Blank
ets; Wednesday, per pair ,
Ladies and Misses' New Fall Wraps.
Covert Cloth Coats Body lined with Skinner satin, 40 inches
long, box pleat down the back, stitched pocket. Nantch collar.
Tan Covert Box Coat Double breasted mannish model. 48 1 A TT
Inches long,' body lined, trimmed with six rows of stitching II. J
1 v a am m . ... .... . . "
-unnnea, 6Z inches long, half fitting', O Q C
All Wool Tweed Conts-
back, has velvet collar, cuffs and pocket
Too Many Cotton Hose! Too Much Cotton Underwear
for the Season!
We commence unloading Wednesday morning Ladies' fast
black seamless Hose, sold all season at 20c; Wednesday. .
Boys' and lrls' Hose Heavy rib. fast black, spliced heel and
toe, double knee, sold all season at 17c; Wednesday
Children s arid Misses' Vests Fine pure white ribbed cotton vests,
high neck, long sleeves, marked prices were 25c to 40c: 1ft
all sizes. llf C
Ladles' Drawers Pure white, lone staple cotton, tleht k
brella kftee, with laces and ankle length, regular 40c value;
The Fur Will Fly Wednesday.
An advance sale of Isabella Opossum, Sable Opossum one v As
hundred handsome fur bos, never sold at less than $5.00, at. .J.J J
Bennett. Big Grocery. Wednesday m The Big
HEADQUARTERS FOR THE BEST
-AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES. H rdiva r
50 Green TiI1nir stamps with nc. uaruwarc.
6 lbs. splsnrtll Japan Rloe ...UOC
60 Green Tririins; Stamps with (Sfr 10 Oreen Trading Stamps f fl.
qt. hot. Rlnnd of the Grape ..OUC xvith ran Stnve-nlne PnamelllC
10 Green Tradlnn Stamps with f P P enamel V
ssek Worcester Salt IUW jo Oreen Trading Stamps fft
)?rn Trading Stamps with 24c with large box Stove rolishlUC
qt. can Armours Soups, r flt . . w
20 Green Trading-Stamps with joi- 10 Green Trading Stamps wtth
package Gusto f?l slightly damaged Breiid f f
bar. for?.a!n..8..a!,:.ten 25c Knivas, only lUC
' 10 Green Trading Stamps J A
To.,et .rgbr3: ft, Tomito ' 0C
Bluing, hna 2o 10 Green Trading Stamps with
Thame tt.nSa'p: 100 brsss Upholstering I A
Mapl fiwim, cake ? Nails 1 W
Potu-d lurkey. can 5 30 (reen Trading Stamps with anv
Potted Chicken, can 60 "
Baked Bans, can 4c set Knives and Forks fln
EHEE8E. CHEESE, P"8 "P fr"m T
10 Oreen Trading Stamps with Ofin 40 Oreen Trading Stamps with 12
lb. New York Cream Cheese inch hrnas nickel nlntprl O
10 Green Trading Stamps with 22c t l P OOC
lb fancy Swiss Cheese a.C Tov. el Bar VVV
BENNETT'S CANDY SECTION. . g r"n "T
Special offer for ' Wednesday, I). J. PEMNSLLAH Steel Hanges are
O'Brlrn Co. 'a famous Angel Ijc alwnys in the lend.
Food Taffy, assorted flavors, lb j- ; 1
"Sinclair" Millinery. look out for. the
SINCLAIR" MILLIN- RAGING GREEN TRADING
ERY DATE OF GRAND STAMP SENSATION
BLAkHoS IN AN IN 0CE ITS A
EARLY AD. CONING!
is not style any more than an
over-rip apple Is an apple..
' A man so attired justly calls
forth the recent exclamation
of a Kansas farmer: "Gosh!
What things a man do see
when he ain't got a gun
No blind following of stiff
fashion plates for us. No
timid trailing of the path of
the latest fad in style for us.
We give taUoring SERVICE
in every sense of the word.
Adapt the style to YOUR fig
ure and general make-up.
Help yon to select the style
that will best become YOU.
Suggest the pattern and
shade of fabric that will
prove a most fitting frame for
YOUR personality and YOUR
Suits & Overcoats, $20 to 45
Trousers & Vests, 4)5 to$12
S04-X S. 16th St. Next Door to
Wabaah Ticket Office. Phone laos.
Whenever you want
something Vail ' Phone
238 and make it
, known through a Ban
.. ". t t. '. 1 .." 1-.' ,
Departments tub !, nx srn.
Every day ihe interest increases, every day
sees new bargains offered. You can't afford to miss cne day of
this great sale.
75c Embroideries, 29c a yard
Wednesday morning at t o'clock we will p lH, e on ssle. an Immense lot
Knds OF FANCY SKIRTING AND CORSET COVER EMHROIDERIE
piece perfect and of the verv latest de signs
Remember, 'tis 75c embroideries at
11.26 fancy ribbon-.- 20r I 1Bo o" 1-a.lles'' neckwear-'
Wednesday, per yard Wednesday at
15c pure linen hand- wi
kerchiefs at A JC
15c tooth brushes 740 16o embrolderles-at. yard
In the Great Domestic Room
ISc veloset flannels for klmonas. dresslng
sacqups, etc. Loom ui
End sale prlca. per yard Oj v
6Sc standnid prints, all new fall patterns,
Loom Knd ssle Air
price per yard 3t
10c doibl fnld percales, dark patterns
inl cmors 1,00m
End sale price ynrd
One big- square of nil kinds
Knds, worth up to ISc yard
12Hc (ierinnn blue prints.
quality. Loom Knd sale
price per ynrd
lac French flannelettes, 3i"-ln. wide
pretty patterns at, yard .,
Ve Scotch stiltinrs and . W
robes Loom End sale
price, at, yard
80c heavy cream damask Loom
End sole price yard
All kinds of white goods on one
Iioni End sale
price yard 840 and
10c snow white' cambric
Loom Knd sale price yard ....
4!c home made bleached sheets
Loom End sale
12Sc ready-to-usa pillow cases,
Loom End sale
The last Week of the Peaches
The haiance of car of fancy California
Halway F'caches to go on sale QOr
tomorrow at, per crate
COLORADO FREJESTONE PEACHES
We have received about Son crates of f.iney
Colorado Elberta Freestone Peachis to
go on sale tomorrow Or
GRAPES. GRAPE', GRAPES
Large baskets of fnncy home-grown Cotv
cord grapes for Jelly lr
per basket ItW
PIO MID WEEK F111R SALE
NS pound sacks of fancy high patent Min
nesota Flour nothing finer for f
family use per sack l.Jt
jj UNION PACIFIC U
' Fom September 15, to October 31, 1903
11 SHORT LINE FAST TRAINS NO DELAYS I
V Be sure your tickets read over this line 11
Inquire at f i
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAM ST.
'Phone 818. S S
Candidate for renomination
as sheriff at the hands of the
democratic party. Primaries,
September 19. 1905.
On ranaot tn!llipnt ly ud a
DiftHiBo4 or Ihm valu thro( by
iug a cut tr tr reading a de
iu rliiUuD of it, a color, cut, pr(c
tton or degrtto thrrtuf ar factors
lu b couiiJr4. It you ar cod
(mpiattug tba pun-haa of ona or
Btor, mak It a poiui to call on ui
and wa will glva yuu tha rvault of
nlnato) yaars' axvarlanca la buying
DEPUTY RTATB VETERINARIAN,
H. L. RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S
Offlcs and Infirmary, 2tth and Mason fits.,
OMAilA, NJ3. . Sslepboat Hi.
We manufacture our own trunks, traveling bags and suit
rases. We mako them of the best material. Our workman
ship Is unexcelled. We sell them for less than Inferior
grades would coat 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, 3.60, $3.75 and
$4.01. We do repairing.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY,
1209 Farnam Straat. i
BRIGHTEST LIGHT LEAST CURRENT Jf
i SOLD IN OMAHA BY ff
) WESTERN ELECTRICAL COMPANY CI
U HONE 456. 1212 FARNAM STREET W
F DIALERS IN ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Jth
The janitor - service in The Bee
Building is as near perfect as it can
be, remembering that janitors are
human. Offices from $10 to $4?
per month several desirable ones
from which to choose.
Taotb Extractad. JSc
Porcelain Filling; $ I up
Oold Filling SI up
Silver Fillings... c up
Crown $2.30 up
IS Vsara Saw Location
Brldga Work $3. 50 up
Nrva rmva4 with
Loom Tooth Mats
HttX raalAteolil ranch
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