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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1905)
TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1D05.
NEW CORPORATION FORMED
Havel riaa for Selling Rral
Estate started la
The Omih Real Estate Auction com
pany is the latest addition In the line of
real estate firms n this clt jr. It u or
ganised and Incorporated laat Wedneeday,
and wilt be ready to commence business
October 1. with offices at 233 Neville block.
The Incorporator are: J. W. Petera, late
of N. P. Dodge St Co., and formerly
paying teller of the City Savings bank of
this city; Jtmn P. Spearman, the leading
merchant of Papllllon, Neb., and an ex
perienced auctioneer In all Unea of prop
erty, and C. F. Calhoun, cashier of the
Spearman bank at Spring-field, Neb., also
an experienced auctioneer and all 'round
real estate man.
Omaha has been somewhat deficient, as
compared with other cities of her class, as
regards real estate auction sales, and this
Arm is taking advantage of the opportunity
to place Omaha on a level with her sister
cities. However, they will not confine
their operations to Omaha or even to real
1 estate auctions, but will be In a position
to conduct auction sales of real estate or
personal property anywhere within the
United States. The company takes into
consideration the fact that the business
Is new and untried In this field, and that
it will require considerable capital and
energy to make It a success, but as they
are well supplied with both, they have no
fear of the final result, and It is among
the possibilities, and not at all improbable,
that the future might bring to Omaha a
first-class auction house, where you could
buy anything from a dozen clothespins to
a brick block at your own figure.
Kansas City, Ho., sal Retara
. Via the Missouri Pacific railway, tickets
on sale October 1 to 7. Full information
from any agent of the company or Thomas
F. Oodfrey, passenger and ticket agent,
8. K. corner Fifteenth and Farnam streets,
t, Paal aal kmra
DULUTH. ASHLAND AND BATFTELD
DEAD WOOD AND LEAD
VERT LOW RATES NOW
. TO ALL POINTS EAST
via The Northwestern Line.
City Offices 1 401-140
NOTHING DUE ON THE NOTE
lack Is Coarts Dedalcm la Case of
Williams Atxatast Neely
t sL y
Judge Munger of the v federal court
banded down a memoranda opinion Satur
day morning in the case of Joseph A.
Williams and Anna Williams against Rich
ard M. Neely, Sarah Foss and Hannah
Blake, In which he finds there is nothing
due on a certain note of $3,600 and that
the action ot law pertaining thereto is
perpetually enjoined. Counsel for the
complainant is directed to prepare the
proper decree and submit the same to
counsel for defendants before presenting
the same to this court for signature.
The case is an heirship case growing
out of the division of certain property in
Richardson county, Nebraska, and the
division of the bequests of one Richard S.
Maloney, sr who died in 1891.
Cheap Rates To Clear Laka and
VIA CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAIL
WAT. Tickets on sale every Saturday. Final
return limit the following Monday. Good
fishing, boating, bathing. Reasonable
hotel rates. For further Information apply
to 0. D. PARKHURST. General Agent.
1511 Farnam St., Omaha Neb.
BILLS AGAINST THE COUNTY
Chicken Raiser Asks for Damages
and So Does a Florence
James H. Farrls has demanded from the
county in a petition filed in the district
court the sum of $198. Mr. Farrls claims
he raises thoroughbred Wyandotte chickens
near Florence and that these chickens
grased over a lot he owned In the neigh
borhood of that village; that the county in
repairing a road had turned the water onto
his chicken lot, and thus it had been cov
ered with a settlement which made it unfit
for the purpose for which It was set a part.
He wants $50 for this and $148. or $1 each
for bis chickens.
Jacob Weber, who also lives near Flor
ence, wants 1200 from the county because
in repairing the road near his mill the
county had succeeded In fixing things so
that every time It rained his mill was
A Goraloal A Gordoal
Clansmen are again notified to appear
at moot room, Continental building,
Wednesday, 3 o'clock, In full regalia, to
participate in the Ak-Sar-Ben a daylight
Every clansman Is expected to show up
or send his regalia for another to use.
By order of clan.
WILLIAM KENNEDT. Chief.
JAMES LINDSAY, Secretary.
MERCHANT PROTESTS ON TAX
tars Clerk aad Depaty Assessor Fix
Pals Valaatloa Wltaoat
George N. Aulaeaugh, a merchant, la In
the alstrict court wtth a suit against City
Tre''irer Hennlngs for a reduction of the
valuation of his stock of foods, due to a
too liberal construction of his wealth on
the part of his clerk, De Long-. In his
petlUon. Mr. Aulabaugh claims that during
his absence from the store, one J. Q.
Authur claiming to be a deputy city as
sessor, called at the store and he together
with De Long, the clerk, filled out the
assessment blank, placing the value of bis
stock at $16,666 to which they affixed his
signature. The stock, he says, in not worth
more than $4.7I and as the city treasurer
Is about to swoop dewn upen him for the
collection of taxes based on the larger as
sessment he desires aa Injunction.
Will leave Webster St depot at 11 p. m.
Thursday, Oct t, after the electrical parade,
for Blair, Tekaman. Emerson and inter
Men's, boys', children's clothing, hats,
ladlrs' suits, skirts, millinery, etc.. cash or
credit People'e Store. 14th and Farnam.
Harry B Davie, unaertaaer. Tel. L2e,
Hare Root print tt
.Chicago Laundry; One work. TeL M.
MAUL TTndertaklng Co., est IBM. TeL 8.
The "KllUes" are coming.
The KUtlea" are coming.
a. D. Keck, voice teacher. Da ridge Blttg.
Bee Want Ada at iba Bat Business
Every piano a bargain. This is the season when piano
factories issue their catalogues and introduce their new
styles. This year we are caught with quite a number of
pianos of styles that are to be discontinued for no other rea
son than to make a change simply a matter of taste or
choice. These must go. Prices put on them will quickly
carry them into your homes. These are not second hand,
used or shop-worn instruments, but bright, new, elegant
pianos, an ornament to any home. We will let go this week.
A few slightly used instruments and several good
second hand pianos taken in trade at prices cut to the lowest
Every Piano that goes out of our store carries the Bennett
guanantee money back if not as represented. 3d Floor.
All Hail to King Ak-Sar-Ben
Out of Town Visitors Welcome
To the visitors In our city,
say, come in. This great stock is
cidentally you'll find some great
All the new things for the little
tots at 6c and upward.
yew goods, dressed and undressed
-6c to $4.95.
All new Importations Cups. Sau
cers, Plates, Salads, etc. 10c to $1.98.
Make this your headquarters
plenty of room (or all.
Will sell excursion tickets October
3 and 17, November 7 and 21, De
cember 5 and 19, to points in
KANSAS. EASTERN COLOHAOO,
OKLAHOMA, INDIAN TEKKITOKY,
ARKANSAS. MISSOURI, TEXAS.
AT 75 PER CENT OP ONE WAY
RATE FOR ROUND TRIP WITH
MINIMUM OF $10.00.
Return limit 21 days from date of
sale: liberal stoD-over nrlvileges.
An excellent opportunity for par
ties seeking new locations to per
sonally investigate' conditions in
above territory at small expense.
For descriptive literature
other Information address
F. P. RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.
1323 Farnam St.. Omaha, Neb.
NOTICE TO VISITORS.
The V. M. C A. Boreaa.
CORNER SIXTEENTH AND DOUGLAS
Will give you FREE information where
to find sleeping accommodations.
All persons having rooms to rent should
send their addresses and prices to this
bureau by mall. DO NOT TELEPHONE.
The Nebraska Clothing company is dis
playing very beautiful window decorations.
The corner window showing beautiful wom
en's costumes and horse show wraps are
the most gorgeous seen this season. The
display would do credit to any metropolitan
eastern city. They have received within
the last three days some very attractive
and beautiful horse show wraps, which are
on display In these show windows. The
costumes and horse show wraps are the
most beautiful brought to this city several
are Imported garments, very original and
S-K wedding rings. Edholm. Jeweler.
RmBETC Florence Anna, September K,
aged 11 years 4 months I days.
Fverai Sunday, October 1, from residence,
16 South Twenty-third street Interment
CONNOLLT Patrick M., September M. at
residence ot his daughter, lula Davenport
Funeral Monday, October t, at SO a. m.
to St Phllomena'g churoo. Interment St
Alan's cemetaot ,
1 W 7- V -
This is the only store in the
city where you can buy the fa
IVERS & POND,
KOHLER & CAMPBELL
and 17 other reliable makes.
Many of the above named will
be found in this sale.
whether for a day or longer, we
ready for your Inspection, and ln
Carnlval Week Bargains.
All the latest things In Orlenta'
China at 6c and upward. .
Pictures and Frames.
A grand display of Pictures 10.
Hundreds of novelties mementoes
of the time.
meet your friends here there's
For the Bo.ll
Patent Kid "Pumps," White Suede
Theo "Ties," Pink Satin Theo "Ties,"
Black Castor Vassar Ties, Black Cas
tor Theo Ties, Patent Kid Theo Ties,
Patent Leather Geisha Ties, Patent
Leather Strap Slippers, Vlci Kid Strap
We are showing a very stylish and
Interesting line ot ball footwear at
our .usual reasonable prices.
FRY SHOE CO.
Hth and Douglas 55.
Spanish Perfecto Cigars
Four for 25 Cents
All This Week.
Myers-Dillon Drug Go.
1 6th and Firnam Streets'
for Cigar Cuts.
When You Write
remember It only usee an extra stroke ei
two of the pen to mention the taot that yes
saw the ad. la Tba tee.
Is made and controlled by reliable busi
ness men. who guarantee every package
Order a pa knge of this pure yeast, use
two cakes; if they do not prove satisfactory
return the balance to your grocer and re
ceive yonr money back.
This is a GUARANTEE that GUARANTEES.
ON TIME YEAST CO.
I Watches' Watches
The number of watches we have sold this week is fairly astonishing. We
could not know that so many people wanted to buy watches, when the PRICES
WERE RIGHT. How we can sell you watches from $1.00 to $200.00, but Just
to STIMULATE- YOUR INTEREST IN OUR BUSINESS we will quote a few
VERY PARTICULAR and VERY SPECIAL PRICES.
A Good Serviceable Watch
Not very many
peaded on clear
through all-re rle
Waltham movement for only-
Our Special Leaders
Genetleman's. Watch gold filled twenty-year guaranteed case 15 ft rfe
Jewels Elgin or Waltham movement xiw
Lady's Watch gold filled hunting case plain or engraved, as you fO rfl
desire twenty years guarantee w IfiiUU
Everything else pertaining to a first-class Jeweler's trade. We can quote
you A SPECIAL PRICE ON A FEW DIAMONDS. Select Cut Glass and
some very elegant and artistic pieces of Hand Painted China. Some curious
and taking novelties Imported from Europe.
.OUR PRICES MODERATE-OUR AIM ALWAYS TO PLEASE.
At the Sign of the Crown.'
115 South 18th St., Opposite the Boston Store.
, F.ln wato'J rnpa'lina "Penalty. All work guaranteed. Watch Inspectors
M. & O. R. R. and
One continually In motion shows Its
brilliancy to its full extent. Ours are
all live diamonds, being continually on
the move. Our diamond display is the
finest ever shown in Omaha. Fine
white stones. In rings, studs and ear
drops. .. There's no investment 'so satisfactory
as the excellent gem we will select for
you, Why not buy $25 to $500 worth
Brown & Borsheim
222 Soulh Hth Street.
Put Up Ice?
If you do, it will be of Interest to
you to see our complete and only
ICE TOOL STOCK In the west.
We are exclusive western agents
for William T. Wood & Co.'s cele
brated ICE TOOLS, and we want your
WRITE FOR OIR
1903-tt CATALOG IE.
Jas. Morton & Son Co.
1511 Dodge St., Onti, Kit.
PEACE and COMFORT r aura to coma ta those who amok
ATIRST-CLASS CIGAR MADE OF
r. & Btf I MIlvAsLTUJ. CIAAR
but one to be de- A p
caee eeren-Jewel " J
Inspectors of clocks for all the city
nac.ri MAf CO
Shoes and Slippers
Ws want to announce that we have
a complete line of slippers snd shoes
to meet all demands for the Ak-Sar-Ben
FOR THE LADIES Slippers In all
colors to match your costume patent
leather slippers with French or high
military heel or anything you want in
the line of ball footwear.
FOR THE MEN-Full dress pstent
leather shoes button or lace the fin
eat and most complete line of men's
dieses to be found in Omaha. Come
a-rly and make your selection.
New Fall and Winter Catalogue now
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St
A FINE QUALITY HAVANA TOBACCO
" T "
Great Sale of Men's Clothing
Men's Furnishing Bargains
Why do Hayden Bros, sell most
is triple Great Variety, Best Quality,
Men's fleece lined Underwear, in all slies,
worth up to 60c sale price 2Qc
Men's 75c fleece lined Underwear very
heavy special at AkC
Men's heavy woolen Underwear fCir
$1.00 values at , KiJl
Men's natural wool Shirts and Drawers-
shirts have double fronts and hack
regular $1.60 values sale price QQp
Carnival Sale Bargains in
Ladies' Furnishing Goods
Ladies Night Robes, made from extra
heavy outing flannel, nicely trimmed, ex
tra long and full worth up to AQr
Ladles' Fleece Lined Underwear heavy
ribbed worth up to $1.00 divided 1Q-.
into 8 lots, at 60c, 39c and ,'w
98c Ladles' Union Suits special 50c
Ladles' Wool Underwear in natural ICiip
gray regular $1.00 values at x. "-'"
and Comforter Sale
Bpeclal bargains during the entire week saving opportunities of which
you suould take advantage.
Extra Large Bed Blankets strictly all
wool in wnite, gray, scarlet ana iancy
plaids good value at $3.98 O QH
carnival sale soeclal at zJJ
Home-Made Bed Comforters 7 feet long,
2 yards wide made of good quality suk
ollne, filled with pure white cot- f Cil
ton very heavy great vnlue at.... tmlJyJ
Finest All Wool Bed Blankets-11-4 size-
values up to $8.00 greatest value ever
shown at carnival sale ,4 QQ
$2.25 Superfine Marseilles Bed Spreads
with heavy, rich border in raised nnrni
designs extra large size 1 "ef
Three Hosiery Specials
Ladles' Lace and fancy Embroidered Hose
apri-im inrrc jhiiib lui f,.uu
Children's ninetcen-cent light and heavy
Ladles' Plain and Fancy Colored Hose
up to 2&c carnival sale special at pair
A handsome thirty-six-inch Center Table
sign, at each
China Dept. Specials
An elegant line of Pitchers, Platters, Sal
ads. Chop Trays, Fruit Dishes, Cake
Plates, etc., from the Crown China
Works decorated In flowers, fruit and
medallions some gold stippled and others
In colored line not a piece worth less
than 75c and up to $1.50camlval OC
sale price choice -v
Peerless Malleable All Steel
for less money. This Is not one-third or one-half malleable steel, but all malle
able. Not a bit of iron in it We offer Steel Ranges at $20.50, $30.00, $36.00,
$40.00 and $43.00 that are not equalled In quality or price west of Chicago.
For baking we challenge the world with our ranges.
gee the latest improvements in Ilard Coal Baae Burners, found only at
at our store. Cash or payments. ,
JOHN HUSS1E HARDWARE CO.,
2407 CUMING STREET.
"If you buy it of Uussle if right
A manufacturer's surplus stock of Men's
High Grade Suits and Overcoats, including
2,500 garments, in very newest styles and bost
fabrics, is now on sale. This purchase affords
our customers a rare opportunity for bargain
getting. Come early and get first choice.
Suits and Overcoats worth up to $18.00
while they last at
$7.50 & $10.00
HAND TAILORED SUITS AND OVER
COATS In the most exclusive styles and pat
ternsgarments that rank well with the high
est class custom-made clothing. Prices rango
from $12.50 to $25.00.
LET US SHOW YOU.
LET US FIT YOU
furnishing goods In Omaha?
Men's madras and percale Negligee Shirts
In almost endleas variety of pat- f
terns spendld value at IJ
Men's heavy California Wool Overshlrts
good $1.50 value ssle price OSn
Men's Blue Flannel Shirts double-breasted
and very heavy $2.00 values gQ
Men's and Boys' Sweaters in great variety
most complete line in the On
west at $5.00 down to AsJV
Ladies' Woolen Underwear In gray nn6
scarlet regular $1.50 values QQ
Children's Fleece Lined Underwear In all
sizes greatest bargains ever lO Ir
shown at '"S1
Children's Fleece Lined Underwear In nil v
sizes values up to 50c '25C V
Misses' Combination Butts .good values at t
SOc carnival spcelal 25C
500 pairs of Sample Blankets In part wool
and all wool all colors and sixes at
HALF REGULAR PRICE.
15c quality Amoskeag Teazeldown Outing
Flannel 36 Inches wide at IOg
15o White Shaker Flannel S3 Inches Win
wide special at yard w
25c Comforter Sateen special Mon- ISc
day at yard
60c White Wool Flannel special riOc
Monday at yard u"
10c quality Comforter Cretone fkC
speclnl at yard ,
10c Outing Flannel in light and filC
dark colors at yard "
regular 60c quality carnival sale 35 C
ribbed Hose carnival sale special i2C
In drop stitch or embroidered worth 2C
Cover autumn leaves tinted de- 25c
Something New Porcelain Jardlnerea, to
antique corode bronze finish flQc
up from -w
Imperial Austrian China decorated for
set of six cups and Sauc- SOc
Decorated Holland Creamers gg
Decorated Holland Bowls Kr
Why pay S55 to S60 lot
a Steel Range when you
can Buy the
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