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TTTE OMATTA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1005.
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HEAVY VOTE IS LOURED FOR
Citj Cl.rk LttmtUi Hlf of All Will B.
. MO INSTRUCTIONS ON THE MACHINES
, F.lkovrm Itowlarea II Will Pat
UK Air One OlTerlaa; Aid
to Voter WhlW la
City CWk Klhourn estimates that more
than 5" rr cent of th roistered voter
will participate In the flrwt primaries held
under the Iode lav Tuesday. Other poli
tician aeree with him that the vote will
be reasonably heavy, but others just a
well versed In surh matters pay the ram
pHirn has excited no (treat irenersl Interest
that the nui.ir.er of electors who bo to
poll" will be comparatively email. The
'art, however, that the day is the Prat
one for registration for the Rpneral election
In November Is calculated to bring out a
lot of men who otherwise might not take
the trouble to appear to help select party
candidates. Again, in the cltlea the poll
ing place will be open from 8 In the morn
ing until 9 at night, Instead of from noon
onward, and there will be booths for every
precinct Instead of for every wardas for
merly. First Prlsnarr lor Democrats.
Under the Dodge law the voters of Doug
las county for the first time will be given
an official opportunity to choose their own
candidates on the tickets of the two dom
inant parties. During the last two years
the republican party In the county has ex
tended the privilege to its members, but It
will be the first time the democrats have
tried the system.
To participate In the primaries a voter
must be registered In the books made last
fall for the general election, or specially
Qualified by affidavit of removal or regis
tration, for which facilities were extended
In the city clerk's office last week. He
must vote the ticket of the party with
which he allied himself at his last regis
tratlon, but, before receiving his ballot
must register again, this time for the gen
eral November election and for the pri
maries next year. If no party affiliation
Is given he cannot participate.
The socialists and the populists are not
represented on the primary ballots. The
former declined to pay the filing fees for
candidates and has the question of the
constitutionality of the Dodge law pend
ing In the suproino court. Nothing Is left
of the populist, faith In Douglas county.
; There are no other political organizations
Ko School for Voters.
Although the new voting machines, which
sav 111 be used for the first time at the No
vember election, have been distributed to
most of the polling places by order of
the Board of County Commissioners, vot
ers who uiiie to the primaries will not
be taught how to work them. As soon as
City Clerk Elhourn heard of this plan he
set his foot down hard and declared it
Illegal and Impossible.
"The law requires the polling place clear
of persons having no Immediate business
there," said he. "The primary will be
carried out under the rules for a general
election, which means no bystanders within
100 feet. If any attempt is made to de
monstrate the machines within the filing
places I shall have the officer on duty
ordered to clear the place and lock up the
machine. Orders will be given to the eioc-
tlnn boards in Omaha that the machine
' must be kept closed and locked and no
attempt made to show how they work.
"The election officers will be very busy
1 without trying to act as Instructors on the
machines. With the combined registration
and primary election every one of the three
registrar-Judges and the two clerks, con
stituting each board, will have more than
, he can do In some precincts i predict
. the entire vote cannot be handled and soma
J may be shut out It will be a wise thing
for a man who wants to vote to go as early
' as he can and perform the duty,"
Drexrl Agrees With Klboarn.
County Clerk Drexel acquiesced with Mr.
Elbourn after the two had a conversation
on the telephone. The result will be locked
and closed machines Tuesday, unless some
body makes arrangements to have them
' removed to nearby cigar stores or con
venient stores, provided the city and county
officials are willing to let them stand open
to the use or abuse of whoever wants to
experiment upon them. The city, however
on :nan arrangements to exniDIt one
machine in every ward for three weeks,
before the general election. This may be
done at the registration places, also on the
other days of registration. At the polling
places having small rooms only dummy
working models have been sent out.
The difficulty regarding registrars and
clerks Is being cleared away by vigorous
work by Mayor Moorea and Clerk Elbourn
At noon today only thirty-four registrars
were short. A special meeting of the coun
cil waa held Monday afternoon to appoint
men to All vacancies caused on various
All the polling places have been equipped
with furniture and stationery is being de
tiverea -iw inn election omcers. It was
found the county .fficlu!s had engaged the
rear of a saloon at 1421 South Fourth street
for the polling place In the First district
of the First ward. As soon as this was
discovered City Clerk Elbourn had the place
changed to 1111 South Sixth, where the law
will not bs violated.
HAD AX AWKl'L TIME),
Bat Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aad
Diarrhoea Remedy Cared film.
It Is with pleasure that I give you this
unsolicited testimonial. About a year ago
wnen I ftac a severe case of measles I got
ciught out In a ha:d rain and the measles
eitied In my stomach and bowels. 1 had
an awful time-and hud it not been for the
Use ( Chamberlains Colic, Cholera and
Dturrlieeo, Remedy I could not have possi
bly lived but a few hours longer, but thanks
to this remedy I am now strong and well.
I have written the above through simple
gtatitude and I shall always speak a good
.word for this remedy. Sum 11. Owin, (rav
eling salesman for Concord Nursery, Con-
k X J rj 3T'j;r-h Peel ft, Co.
Big Sale of Cups and Saucers
$1 CUPS AND SAUCERS AT 10C
French China German China
Austrian China Bavarian China
High and medium grade odd cups and naueern. Including after dinner,
tea, coffee, chocolate and bouillon Bhapen, decorated In various color
combinations. These cups and saucers are in beautiful designs, but
are mismatched. Many are hand- JT
painted. They have been admired j
in the window by thousands who re
mark. "Why do they sell them for
10c? They could get 60c just as
easily." All go on sale Tuesday on
big bargain squares. Worth up to $1
we sell them at, for Cup and Saucer
High Class Embroideries at 71c 15c
New lots of finest embroideries now shown for the first time
handsome new patterns, up to 16 inches wide, many
suitable for corset covers, fresh and crisp 71
from the importer, worth up to 35c yd., at. . . LmiJ-
Ribbons 5c, 10c, 15c
All kinds of all silk ribbon for
girdles, dress trimminge, neck
wear, sashes, etc. all colors,
all widths up to 8 in. worth
Finest wash neckwear and silk
ties In all the newest fall
shapes and colors, silk embrold
ed, all lace black spangled, etc.,
worth up to 60c each,
at, each a-'2'
u it ii n a kih.ii a aw i
zr . sc . ev -if- aa wm. an m mi
The brilliancy of thi fashionable showing is the talk
of Omaha. The most talented designers of Europe and
America have fashioned these exclusive models. It is a
revelation of autumn's choicest modes, right before Ah
Sar-Ben and Horse Show time.
Ladies' Elegant Evening Costumes
Dinner Gowns Opera Coats
Horse Show Apparel
Party Dresses Demi Costumes
Elegant Tailored Suits
Costume Skirts Dress Waists
We wish you to consider this announcement a personal inWafon to tnsptd
this fashionable display.
" OMA.H WKTHF.R FORF.C. ST Tuesday MinnfM and Cooler.
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 less 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; Bult Cases, 3.50, $3.75 and
(4.00. We do repairing.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY,
1209 Farnam Street.
To the Democracy of
Gentlemen As the time la now at hand when you will
be called upon to express your preference for the demo
cratic nomination of sheriff of this county, and as I am
one of the aspirants for that honor. It may not be out of
place for me to make known to you why I am a candidate,
and, to be brief, it is for the following reasons:
I consider myself competent to fulfill the duties of that
office In a manner that would be creditable to myself, the
party to which I belonj, and satisfactory to all law-abiding
I consider that my opponent, who la now finishing his
third terra in that office, has been treated very well by the
democracy of this county and that he should now willingly
give some other democrat a chance, and. lastly, because,
if nominated, I have every reason to believe I can be
I desire to take this opportunity of expressing my sin
cere thanks to many good friends who at their own ex
pense have rendered and are etill rendering such valuable
assistance to me during thla contest, and whose efforU, 1
am confident, are about to be crowned with success.
To those who differ with me and favor my opponent,
I respect their honesty of purpose and assure them I have
nothing but the kindliest feeling toward them.
I hope that democrats generally will come to the polls
and express their preference, and I sincerely hope no friend
of mine will become so enthusiastic as to say or do any
thing that will endanger democratic success In November.
In conclusion, I warn all democrats to pay no attention
to any reporta of me withdrawing from the race, or any
other last hour reports. I am in to stay until the democ
racy by their votes shall declare whether Mr. Power or my
self shall be their nominee for sheriff.
THOMAS J. FLYNH.
Mr. 3 Mrs. Morand's Glasses
The "Royal Mitltoht" Hotel
Is modern in every respect and contains all
the attributes found In a Hrst-clans hotel.
Lighted by electricity; hot and cold water
In every room; pure drinking water and
perfect sanitation; one thousand feet above
the sea level, In the midst of a romantic
and primeval world.
Full particulars of how to reach It, to
gether with beautifully colored descriptive
booklet, can be obtained from Geo. W
Vaux. A. O. P. and T. A., Orand Trunk
Hallway System, 135 Adams EL. Chicago.
Body Held for Relatives.
The Cole-McKay Undertaking company Is
holding the body of David Pinksom Wade
74 years of age. who died Sunday at the
county hospital from heart trouble and
eld age. So fsr as can be learned Mr.
Wade had no relatives In this part of the
country. It Is understood a daughter re
' in Indianapolis. The old man was
crnflned at the i ountv hospital one and a
half years and wotked for a while at the
coopering trade In Huuth Omaha. It Is re
Quested that anyone knowing anything of
toe anUoHlen' of tit man communicate
Willi the undertakers at once.
WM. jroa bead frelt like bursting. Dr.
King's Ne-v Life PiU qukk! cure the
ause, conUna-ion. Ko For sa-'e by finer-
it MsCoantU Diuf Co,
Dancing and Physical Culture
Will reopen for children at "The
Nnrmandle." Park avenue and Paclrto
street. Friday, October 6th, 4.15 p. m
12 lessons, $i.
Hall, Ames avenue and Twenty
fourth street, Mnnduy. October 2nd
children, 4:15 p. m; adults, 8 p. m'
Crelshton Thut.r RntMIn Ha, ,, .,..
September Id'nh; children beginners, id
a. m ; advance. 3 p. rn.
Telephone lu41 for terms and particulars
DEPUTY STATE VETERINARIAN.
H. L. RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S-
CITV VF.TER1X ARI A".
Office and Infirmary, ISth an Mason Sts ,
OMAHA, NEB. Telephone US.
SCHOOLS AD rol.I KC.ES.
YOUR BOY'S PROGRESS
tafWSfa a'fc upo fcl. enmfnrt and aplDa W
t.m to u.k our box ktppy. briiuiua li.ui ,Bt
ft"- K"1 iiU..hi nh mnirtor mfm
Jttr"' .C',V1!,,"), ''' wl .otr.l rmll
io k routtnl.ed. u4 nkilc tritium lo lalr L.iuor
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CANDIDATE FOR CUNTY
G. A. LINDQUESTCO.
MAKE BEST CLOTHE
PALL gKLlSCTIO! ROW 1.
gas-as Pastoa Block. Ts' 1MI
6.xW.ai3 and (Vr'tan .
Green Trading Stamp Booth -Main Floor
mm mm i n
Li Jl ,
Peaches Peaxhcs Peaches
375 boxes of extra large fancy California yellow 7Qp
Freestone and Colorado Elberta Peaches, per box. B Jry
Fancy Blue J-lums, per Hflr
basket..." .jj UySK
'Extra large fancy Keifer rfars, 1 fiC
Fancy Concord Grapes, per 1 Cp
Grand Fall Millinery Tuesday
TI ESDAY. THE FIRST DAY
Product of the Georgette, Suaanne Blum. Verot
Rabeaux and other lamous aosinners in i arm.
Kvnnsitlon of New York's world-famous houses:
Nlles, Burley, Waters and otners.
. - , - ...IfoKlo trf tlnr.o ShflW beautiful laC
iarge Mats ior uirm wai, . - -
hats, embellishments of. fur or exquisite ostrich many with dainty
touches of gold and silver.
A superb line of large pressed shapes with velvet under-brlm or
contrasting colors modteh and novel.
A dainty line of mushroom shapes.
A charming display of extreme high side effects.
It is a characteristic of Fall styles that nearly every hat shown-
has a very short rronu
The Polo, so great a rage during spring and summer, Is super
ceded by the Tommy Jones. The Tommy Jones Is the most daring
and Jaunty Millinery conceit or tne nour,
vrri Tira niroxt imnnrtotlnnn from France. French. Millinery
jewelry, the most exquisite and dainty that money can buy.
J ' Second Floor.
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
BARGAIN'S GAIX3RE IN THE POPULAR DEPARTMENT.
QUALITIES THE BEST.
Jos. Tetlejr & Co.'s Famous Ceylon Teas.
Sixty Green Trading Stamps with pound can Sunflower Rfl
,. brand k vvv
Thirty green Trading Stamps with half-pound can 8unflower LQq
Fifty Green Trading Stamps with pound can Green
Twenty-five Green Trading Stamps with half pound can Green T f
Label - f
Forty Green Trading Stamps with pound can Yellow Af
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with half-pound can Yellow 'Xfl
'They Are Beautiful
Patterns of Cut Glass we a re showing-. New style
Vases Berry Howls, Pon B on Dishes, Sugars and
Creamers, Peppers and Sal ts any of these would make
a handsome wedding gift. S pend a few minutes In our
store. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
1S1( Dou-ls Street.
No Smoke No Smell
w.,Ur, vr.ii VA m tn he rid of both
forever? You will when you get a.
Just a slight pull' en the chain and
op comes the Hinged Top, forming
a hood which 'draws all smoke or
odor back into the range, thus pre
venting their asrape into the room.
This Is the handy way to broil,
toast or fix the fits. It u Moore's
Patent and can be had only on
Moore's Ranges. Then there is
Accurate Oven Thennosseterj
iwi,iitl. Ii do r il
jufii.nj and makes hikli.g tod
Mixtfe's ItanKts el
Steel and tbcttos. Thty are
Otniit fuel wonderfully and nve l.i lonnr
mat IMF aaaaity rapar -
MOOD'S Are you pUnnlnt t
.,.m eilhtr S cool;ig r healinc
OIUIVC3 uct Be auia to ate Mooir a
XlwBVB eoenplna line the Uiel iha
"""v soil ia, preed-lhs beat lor all
Nebraska Furnltun and Carpet Co.
41S-41S Merth ttkt Street,
- mBMAatyti treiaiB.
Silks for Horse Show Gowns
The richest of Tarlftsn stvl In n elshorate display of hsndiwtne wnvci and
daintiest colorlnas We are slinwlng an rlpusnt line of silks in California r-d, with
tinted white flukes. In both chiffon and mcKsallne rffocts-YF.KY IDPL'UR FOH A
HOUSE SHOW UOWN9. FKK TIIKM. 'w.
A Few Special Tuesday Values
Elejrnrtt Brocaded Putin. Urocnrtod Taffc?r. Mosaallnes, Chiffons. Moussellns. Oren- ,
sdlnos. etc. -in all nowest sliadPS at S3 V. !:"'. I 04
$2 SO and '
Handsome Crepe de Chines. Crcpo KKvptiss. Toffr-tris and Chiffon Taf- Rflri
fetns-ln plain and two-tone effects, at l .. .2R. l 00, ft',e and vw
PI. AID 811, K will be very p.-ipnlar for wnlsts this season We are showing a com.
plete line of handsome weaves at immateriality low prices fSOc
yard. $2.50. 1 9 $150, $1.2R. $1.00, Wo and v w
Wool Dress Goods Specials
1(1 pieces of all wool ilhellne, all black. ISO pieces of Arnold s broadcloth, all eol.
regular 75c goods at. 10 o' clock OIO
Tuesday. . yard
25 pieces of M5-inch dress flannels. Or
extra welarht at a vard Vf
600 pieces of double fold flannelettes, perfectly fast colors, all I'crslan and
jap designs; Tuesday, yard.
ors and also printed
50 pieces Arnold's celebrated
worsted rnccis. jarn.
Drexel s special "Bteel Shod" shoes
for boys can't be beat for wear.
The soles and uppers are made or
the beet real leather thst money can
buy they aSe as near waterproof as
a shoe can be made. No rubbers
needed with these shoes.
Boys' sixes 2Vto 6 f J
Youths' sires 1 io 2 -
Little Oents' sizes 10 to lSt. .. .... $2 00
Just the kind of shoes that the boys
want for tills weather.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
New fall and winter eatalofue now
Three Interesting Hour Specials
FROM TIM, 10 A. M
LADIES' O I' T I N H
Made very long and fill!
of very heavy outing
flannel, In pretty pat
terns, garments worth
7Kc for one hour, limit
10 to a customer at,
FROM 10 TIM, 11 A. M.
Heavy ribbed or fleece
lined garments t h It t
would sell regularly up
to 75c limit of four
garments to a customer;
Tuesday Bt, Sf
per garment aiJW
FROM 11 A. M TIM, 12 M.
CMII.PRKN S H F. A V V
RIHHF.P HUSK Just the
" thing for school wear,
worth In a regular way
up to 9r per pair a
great snap Tuesday for
No Ilealers Supplied.
PLUMS! PLUMS! PLUMS! PLUMS!
Large crate of Fanoy Rlue riums for canning per
Single Baskets each, 2.c.
THE LAST OF THE PEACHES
We received today 175 crstes of Fancy Colorado Klberta Teaches for can-
nine as long as tney last we win sen mem per craie
FLOUR! FLCUR! FLOUR! FLOUR!
We have contracted with one of the largesst flour mills in the country for ten cars
Fancy High I'atent f lour mane rrom me nesi ilea i uraey iiHra inter neai.
There Is no finer flour than this made. Our tlrst car ts In. For family use there
Is nothing finer. For this grand opening sale we will sell It at per f OS
sack , a.OO
Flour Is going to be much higher. B uy now.
jj UNION PACIFIC U
To October 31, 1905,
I j ' SHORT LINE FAST TRAINS NO DELAYS I J
Be sure your tickets read over this IK I
Inquire at ft
CTTY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAM ST.
'Phone 316. J Jr
eauu niill.111- ismji i in 1111,11.1 isi.i iiu m m limn a aisnil I'lHfllll lsalni i JiBa'aaTqaV
REDUCTION HI THE PRICE OF GAS
After October 1st, 1805, the price of gas will be $1.25 net
After Octobor 1st, 1808, the price of gas will be 51.15 net
The Omaha Gas Company begs to announce that the
price of gas will be reduced to all consumers ten cents per
one thousand cubic feet onall bills contracted after October
1st, 1905, and payable on or before the 10th of the following
Bills will be rendered at - - - $135 Per M.
With a discount of 10c per M - - .10 Per M.
Making the net price $1-25 Per M.
A further reduction of ten cents per one thousand cubio
feet will be made on all bills contracted after October 1st,
1906, payable on or before the 10th of the following months.
Bills will be rendered at - - - $1.25 Per M.
With a discount of 10c per M - - .10Per M.
Making the net price $1.15 Per M.
These reductions are made in accordance with the
policy of this company in its endeavor to give to its patrons
the best service at the lowest price.
OMAHA GAS COMPANY
"FOLLOW THE FLAG
Just One Chance
Nov. 30th is the day the Wabash
will sell round trip tickets to many
points in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Ken
tucky, West Virginia, Western New
York and Pennsylvania, at
Greatly Reduced Rates
The line with free reclining chair cars,
rock ballast, solid road-bed.
All information call at Wabash City
Office, 1601 Farnam St., or address
HARRY E. MOORES, G. A. P. D., Omaha, lleb.
MACB nd COMPORT in " to com to tho ho moh
A FIRST-CLASS CIGAR MADE OF A FIKE QUALITY HAYAKA TOBACCO