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OMAHA WB4THEB FORECAUT-Satae day rlr.
Most Colossal Tylon-ey-Saving
nity ever offered in
without precedent or
parallel In the merchan
dising history of Neb.
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See General Ad on Page Nine
is sold in all the leading retail stores
in America, and is advertised exten
sively and continuously in the most
permanent magazines of the day.
Lion Brand Clothing means the
best that can be produced by skilled
It is a real pleasure for a merchant to instruct a clothing
sale announcement extraordinary, one that he knows will be
a huge sensation such pleasure's OURS.
We purchased the entire made-up clothing stock of the
FEDER, SILBERBERG COMPANY,
manufacturers of the world-famed Lion Brand Clothing,
The Silberberg Company
never deviates from their rule to close out at the
end of each season every garment made during
the season. This has been the principle upon
which their great reputation as tailor has bean
the entire end of the season's stock of this great
concern, a purchase amounting to nearly $50,000,
and on such a low-priced basis that we can offer
Under 50 cents on a dollar
Unpacking, assorting and displaying this gigantic stock has kept our staff working late nights.
The Clothing is custom-made, has been cut by custom cutters and made by custom tailors. The materials are 'the choicest products of
the best mills and from every point of view this clothing sale offers to fastidious dressers the most extraordinary bargain-getting event in
the history of clothes sales in the West.
The Lion Brand Label is Your Guarantee
Saturday A. M.
THIS ENTIRE PURCHASE HAS
INTO THE FOLLOWING
Saturday A. M.
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Thecelebrated Lion Brand Suits, Over
coats and Top Coats, Rain Coats and
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$25 and $35 values, will
be sold at
Made of the finest imported woolens, hand-tailored through
out. Professional men and the closest followers of fashion
will find these garments in full keeping for their needs
heavy overcoats, top coats and suits. Not one in the lot
worth less than $25 and a great many $35.
Lion Brand Suits,
Coats, Rain Coats
and Craveuettes, worth $22.50, will
be sold at
The suits the best American and foreign in cheviots, cashme res,
Thibets and worsteds and in all the stylish grey effects, the new
green mixtures and other handsome cloths, including the plain blue
and plain black cheviots and Thibets. Both the extra long and con
servative cuts, with button side or center vents, in three or four button
coats, the eminently correct styles this year.
The Top and Overcoats Coverts and whip cords in tan
and brown shades, as well as the conservative 1 Oxford greys and
black cheviots. All are genteel garments, correctly finished and in the correct lengths.
THIS UNPRECEDENTED CLOTHING BARGAIN SALE OPENS SATURDAY MORNING
3LAKEM0RE CASE ON TRIAL
Mathodiit Conference at Falli Oitj Hearing
Charges Againit Pastor.
COMMITTEE HOLOS NIGHT SESSION
Witnesses Testify that Defendant
Was Too Familiar nlth Women
Mrnidrri of Hla Congregation.
t FALLS CITY. Neb.. Bept. 22-Speclal
Telegram.) The Methodist conference mt
ot 8:30 this morning and after short devo
tional exercises listened to an address by
Bishop Hamilton. The business of the day
' opened by the transfer of C. E. Wright
from the Wilmington conference to the Ne
braska conference and his change from
supernumerary to the active list. Edgar J.
Warren. Otis Hlnsen. Karl N. Tompkins,
Koyal P. Waterman. Walter H. Jackson,
V. M Brooks, John R. Martin and Frank
. Wlnslow. after receiving Instructions
from Dr. William Gorst. presiding elder of
Omaha, and listening to an address by the
bishop, were admitted to full membership
:ind were elected to deacons orders and
passed to the studies of the third year.
H. E. Covell was tassed to the studies of
the second year. J. H. Poland, A. E. Ueirge,
J. E. Moor. Henry Royce, William Gorst,
Scalp Humor Cured by Cuticura
- Soap and Ointment
AFTER ALLEISE FAILED
"I was troubled with a severe scalp
bntuor and loss of hair that pave me a
preat deal of annoyance and inconven
ience. After unsuccessful efforts with
many remedies and so-called hair
tonics, a friend induced me to try
Cuticura Soap and Ointment. The
humor was cured in a short time, my
hair waa restored as healthy aa ever,
and I can gladly aay I have aince been
entirely free from any further annoy
ance. I shall always use Cuticura
Soap, and I keep the Ointment on
band to use aa a dressing for the hair
and scalp, (signed) Fred'k Buscha,
ti East 57th &t., Now York City."
Thomas Plngry and F. C. Bheets were In
troduced to the conference. Thomas Dar
nell and Robert Forbes addressed the con
ference. The characters of Irvln C. Lemon,
Karl W. G. Hiller. Edward M. Furman,
Merrill C. Brooks, Benjamin F. Hutchins.
and William Tyler were passed and they
were graduated from the course of study
and elected to elders' orders. Lawrence
Yost and John A. Branson were continued
In the studies of the fourth year.
Dt. F. II. Sheets of Chicago, assistant
secretary of the Missionary society, ad
dressed the conference and read an appeal
from Bishop Oldham for mission work In
The main pobit of Interest at the confer
ence Is the trial of Blakemore, the sus
pended pastor of the Tecumseh church. The
charges that are being pressed against him
are twenty-one In number and are very
severe. Among them are that while pastor
of the Methodist Episcopal church at Clay
Center, Kan., he was guilty of using pro
fane language with a great deal of fluency;
that he placed his arm around a member
of his congregation while at Tecumseh and
kissed her; that he told another member
that she looked too sweet for any use; that
he used tobacco In large quantities. The
balance of the charges are on the same
lines, hut more severe. The committee was
In session until 11 oYloek last night, taking
I the evidence of the star witness, who came
In yesterday afternoon. She waa so hyster
ical that she could not give much weighty
evidence. The prosecution closed Its testi
mony last night and the defense started
this morning. Six or seven people came In
this afternoon from Tecumseh to testify
for Blakemore and the committee will hold
a late session tonight and try to finish the
case. The feeling In the conference Is
about evenly divided for and against Blake
more. but In an Interview this evening Mr.
Blakemore stated that the prosecution had
not proved a single one of the chargea
filed against him and that the testimony In
troduced by them showed that the charges
were filed by people who had a personal
dislike for him. lie refused to glvs any
Idea of what the testimony was. who gavs
It or what effect it seemed to have on the
members of the committee. A verdict Is
not expected before Monday or Tuesday.
difficulty than was at first anticipated. The
sheriff has already extended the time and
declares his Intention of removing the
prisoner today If the bonds are not forthcoming.
Old-Time Paper Suspends.
ALLIANCE, Neb., Sept. 22. (Special
Telegram.) After a continuous publication
of a few months less than twenty years
the Pioneer Orlp ceased Its existence here
today. F. Broome, the Grip's editor for
eighteen years and who Is also a land office
attorney, Intends to devote his entire time
to the land business, which has so In
creased that It was physically Impossible to
continue In the double capacity. The equip
ment was purchased by the proprietors of
the Times and Herald, the two remaining
papers and will be divided between them.
Child Badly named.
EDGAR. Neb., Sept. 22. (Special.) The
i-months'-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Gllllsple of this city was badly burned
yesterday morning. The child, a little girl,
was sitting In a high chair In front of the
kitchen stove, a handkerchief tied In front
of her to keep her from falling out. The
knot In the handkerchief gave way and the
child fell face down upon the hot stove,
burning Ita hands and face badly. Its
mother had just stepped Into the adjoining
room, but came Instantly to the rescue, but
not till the child was quit badly burned.
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Currant Easiness Shows Distinct Gain Over
Same Period Last Year.
Haddls Cannot Get Ball.
BROKEN BOW. Neb.. Sept. 22 -(Special )
8herl(T Richardson will probably take
Scott Haddlx. who killed Malvln Butler, to
Lincoln today, to commence serving out
his term of twelve years. Ijist week the
supreme court granted a suspension of
sentence, the bonds being fixed at 17.000.
Attorney Sullivan, Haddlx's attorney,
thought that bondsmen could be secured
without Ualay. but th.re seems to be mors
Alleged Flrebag Arrested.
PENDER. Neb., Bept. 22. (Special Tele
gramsSamuel Horwlch, one of the 'three
men charged with burning a car of mer
chandise here on the night of August 24.
i has been arrested at Glenwood, la. Bherlflf
I Toung has been notified and will bring the
! I V. 1 Bn-i-.t- . n,i ra ..ti
Helphand are out on a I1.6u0 cash bond
each. The latter was released today.
Brldae Company Incorporates.
PIERRE. 8 D.. Bept. 22 (Special Tele
gram.) Articles of Incorporation were Bled
this afternoon for the Pierre & Fort Pierre
Bridge and Railway company, at Pierre,
with a capital of $10,000. The. Incorporators,
R. W. Stewart, O. H. McCarty, Huron:
Marvin Hughltt. John M. Whitman and J.
B. Redfleld, Chicago, are all Chicago
Northwestern railway men. The articles
arc for a line of three miles In length at
an estimated cost of $300,000 a mile, to be
run from the western terminus of the lines
of the Chicago A Northwestern Railway
company in tha city of Pierre across the
Missouri liver to the eastern terminus of
ths Pierre, Rapid City 4 Northwestern
railway In ths town of Fort Pierre. It Is
also announced that work will -begin Immediately,
CROP REPORTS ARE ENCOURAGING
Heavy Movement of Wheat Causes
Freight Blockades at Several
Points Increase In Rail
NEW YORK. Sept. 22. R. O. Dun
Co.'s weekly review of trade tomorrow will
Current trade shows a distinct gain In
comparison with the same time last year;
crop reports are reassuring and evidences
of continued activity are noted In almos'
every department of Industry under a
wholesome growth, without threatening
danger of reckless Inflation of prices, is a
commercial condition greatly to be desired
and the elements are recorded In the ma
jority of dispatches. Fall trade Is now
well under way, especially encouraging re
mits tielng achieved In dry goods, milli
nery, footwear and all lines of wearing ap
parel, wlille mercantile prints are unusually
prompt for the season. There Is a good
consumption of groceries and staple arti
cles of food, and In furniture, crockery and
numeroua lines the distribution Is vigorous.
Manufacturing plants In the leading In
dustries are receiving large orders, a heavy
tonnage of Iron anil steel business being
placed and machinery houses making very
cheerful reports; footwear shops have
ample business in sight. Textile mills are
busy, although new contracts come Vr
ward more slowly; flour mills and nw
mills have enlarged production and the
fuel markets reflect the stimulus of active
factories. A little damage was done! by
floods in the southwest, but weather con
ditions sre favorable on the whole. As
grain comes to market more freely there Is
difficulty In averting freight blockades and
railway earnings thus far available for
September exceed last year's by 5 2 per
cent. Foreign commerce at this port for
last week showed a gain of $S32.8s In Im
ports, but a loss of $4,ot8,163 In exports.
Failures this week numbered 2ot In the
I'nlted States, against 225 last year, and In
Canada 34. compared with 30 last year.
are hardening. Building material, particu
larly timber and hardware, reflect un
precedented activity for this season of the
year. There 'is more doing in the retail
trade, though heavy rains and floods oper
ated to restrict operations west Hmi north
west. The absence of frost Is still Uie
favorable feature In the crop situation,
favoring as It does the almost total ex
emption of corn from damage. The begin
ning of the heavy spring wheat movement
In the northwest Is reflected In better retail
trade and collections, and the like rrnoil
conies from portions of the south, not af
fected by yellow fever quarantines, owing
to the corn crop beginning to move. Taken
as a whole, collections have Improved,
money Is easy, though shipments to the
country still continue large. Railway ton
nage offering Is very heay; it is noted that
enough cars to move coal to the lake
cannot be obtained In the Pittsburg dis
trict. Ijibor is well employed and addi
tional reports of a search y of help comes
from widely separated points.
Business failures in the I'nlted States
for the week ended September 21 number
173, as against 18 last week. 2-3 In the like
week of 1H4, 185 in 1903, 172 in 1!W3 and 197
In lfto). In Canada failures for the week
number 30, as against 32 last week and
27 In this week a year ago.
Wheat, Including flour, export" for the
week ended September 21 are 2.178,42$ bu ,
as against 1.6.i2,4i4 last week, 8t4 3"3 this
week last vear, 3..VH.4.10 In 1"H'3 and S.077.07O
in lw02. From July 1 to date the xports
are 13.Sfil.H'l bu., as against M.2ti0.4: last
year. 3b.214.6'l In 1903 ami R9.)",i:i In W2.
Corn exports for the week are 1,'ju2 .193
bu., as against l,22rt.0a last week. R.7 .ty a
year ago, 779.239 in V.3 and 74.92 In 19i.
From July 1 to date the exports of corn are
1S.131.037 bu., as against .s3fi.6N9 In 1M,
11.&6.260 In 1903 and 991 927 In 1902.
REPORT OF THE CLICARIfl HOlStf
Transactions of the Associated Banks
for the Week.
NEW YORK, Sept. 22. The following
talne. complied by bradstreet, shows the
bank clearings at the principal cities for
the week ended September 21. with the per
centage of increase and decrease, as com
pared with the corresponding week last
BRADSTREET-S REVIEW OF TRADE
Jobbing and Industrial Advices Are
More Vnanlmonsly Favorable.
NEW YORK. Sept. 22 Bradstreet s to
morrow will say:
The tencr of jobbing trade and Industrial
advices is more unanimously favorable this
week than at any preceding period this
year. At Uie loading Jobbing centers ac
tivity continues notable In all lines of dry
goods, clothing, shoes and In fact all kinds
of wearing apparel. It la further to be
noted that secondary points of distribution
are sending belter advices. Industry is
active, iron end steel leading with larger
sales and firmer prices in the cruder forms
heretofore inclined to lag. More Is doing
la Us coal lu1 woks Industrie and prices
Clearings. Inc. I Dee.
New York 11..9.275,14, 215
Chicago 1W.4'.'4.21 li.o
Boston li.34'.::' lb 1.
Philadelphia 132.05W.7VJi U.6
St. Louis 49.fiM.fci; 12. S
Pittsburg 44.113.i 16 Oi
San Franclsoo 33.431.In5! J.0-
Cincinnati 22.3..7S'H I S.8
Baltimore 26.fr.'0.817 20 8'
Kansas City 23,e94.49S 2.7,
New Orleans 12.2a.29h 13 8
Minneapolis . i.Sf.ii27i ! 7.4
Cleveland 15 .tJb.: 28 7
Louisville lo.739.31' 12.0
Detroit 11619.7 12.7;
Milwaukee I .319' ; 14
OMAHA S.2 3;o LM'
Providence a fl.4S6.2i'" 0 2
Is Angelas ld.lsf..o2 MS
Buffalo 8.79 ii .:
Indianapolis t.V. 34... 16.0
St. Paul 7.713.51:1; 18 4,
Memphis J.749.7141 M
tit. Joseph .awi,4i! 17.1
Richmond 4.4:5 834 19 l'
Leavar 7,7tu,ji 36.3,
Portland, Ore. ...
Salt Ijike City ...
SMikane, Wash. .
tirand Rapids ....
Charleston. S C .
Wilmington, Del. .
.Jprlngrield. III. ...
Kail Klver ..
I. o well
(ireensburg. Pa. ..
Sioux Falls. S D.
Jacksonville. 111. ..
Total, TT- S. ..
Outside New York
36 .4 .
46 1 .
32 8 .
8 4 .
80 .9 .
46 .8 .
86 I .
23 2 .
ZACK MULHALIL SENTENCED
Rnnchman Who la Riven Three Years
for Shooting Ernest Morgan Flies
Bond and lakes Appeal.
ST. I.OCIS. Mo.. Hept. 22. Zack Mulhall,
the ranchman and railroad live stock agent
convicted of having shot and wounded Er
nest Morgan, on the World's Fair pike,
June 18, 1904, was today sentenced to serve
the three years' penitentiary term speci
fied by the trial Jury. 14 Immediately filed
a 3,flno bond and took an appeal to the su
Ed gert on-Sweet.
WOODBINE. Is., Sept. 22 (Special.)
At the home of W. II. Sweet, the brlde'e
father, on Wednesday occurred the mar
riage of Marian Evelyn Sweet and Clauds
W. Edgerton. Rev. B. Franklin Hall of
the local Chrlstlon church officiating. Mr.
Edgerton Is an Instructor In the Cornell
university at Ithaca. N. Y.. where tha
young couple will reside.
Accidentally Breaks t.lrl's "ek.
GRAVEL SWITCH, Ky.. Sept. 22. -Jason
Chumble, a resident of this place, returned
home to visit his wife and child. On his
arrival he grasped his K-year-old girl by
the chin to kiss her. lifting her head back.
She sank to the ground dead. A physician
found her neck ha-d been broken by her
. 12.51 4.602.749 17.6 ...
, 925,372. 9o6! 11.3!...
Vancouver. B. t
St. Ji hn. N. B
London, Out. .
Victoria. B. C.
14 4 .
31 8 .
52 6 .
61 .2 .
Total, Canada ... $ 66.819.594: 22.9 ,
Balances paid In cash.
t.Not included In totals because containing
Othar items lba oieartogs.
All goes well when the baby
is well. Keep the baby well by
giving him Mellin'a Food, it will
nourish him, make him grow strong
and keep him happy. We ara aura
of it ; try it. Ask the mothers of
Mellin's Foci children. Send (or OUX
free book about Mellin'a I-ood.
?. Ilia's fsei Is tha ONLY tarsals
uo4. which received ths Grand Frise,
the kit best award ef the Leaisieaa Par
ch kspetitisa. St. Loni, 1V04. II la a
r ths a a geld assdat.
SULLIN rOOO CO. BOSTON. MAM.