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THE OMAHA DAILY IfEE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1905.
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Ii the Final Day in Our
GREAT AK-SAR-BEN SALE
We want every visitor in
Omaha to profit by the money
laving offers, Come to the
Boston Store Tomorrow and
save the expenses of your
Omaha trip by making your
fall purchases at wonderful
YOU CAN BUY
MORE CHEAPLY NOW
THAN AT ANY TIME
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THE elegance, high quality and fashionable character of Bran- M i j CrfO
uVVwMMm !5IS dels' great stock makes this store the logical style center for II f J 1, fJl, In 171
II l "3f'ff' w 1111 Horse 'Show apparel.' The artistic millinery was specially im- luemA (jfll '
f VI MjimWri ported and expressly designed for this great style event, and the ilpv I III
aLZ'" lll.. costumes,., opera, coats and smaller furnishings were selected for 3m "jw"'
p their absolute style precision.
Don't Tail to See Our
The Most Interesting
Sight in Omaihek.
It Runs Right Under DoujJas
St., Connecting Main Bldg. With
Our New Annex
First Section of Our
New Million Dollar Store
Make yourselves at borne in
our immense store. Use the
Free Waiting Rooms.
FOR. HORSE SHOW
We are exclusive 8 fonts In
Omaha for Perrins and
Monarch gloves, also show
ing complete lines of Rey
nler's. Function Suedes,
Dent's and Meyer's even
ing gloves In 12 and It but
ton lengths, all correct
Try our Irene kid
gloves, at pair....
Ladles' Fall Oloves, In white,
black and all colors, all
this fall's stylish Oo
effects, at palr....,...'-'"W
Many specially dainty designs for
Home Show wear lnce and silk
embroidered neckwear, evening
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Ladles', Men's and Children's Hosiery
blacks, tans and fancy colors
medium ana Heavy weight worth
BRANDEIS' EXQUISITE MILLINERY
New eund Elaborate Horse Show Models.
A. Special Horse Show Model at $10 As a special for Saturday we will show
many absolutely new models in graceful evening hats just received. Ia
this stunning array are the large picture shapes trimmed with Cfl jTV
handsome feathers, large flowers and fine ornaments all the cor- If U H
rect fall styles are represented adapted for horse show wear, at. .
Exquisite French Pattern Hats The most brilliant expose. of latest fall mod
els from French Master millinery designers. Such gifted artists as Georgette,'
Virot, Roger and Charlotte have sent their best individual horse show crea-tions-We
invite your inspec- $1 C
tion of this elaborate showing aMm J" JJ JJ
Brandeis Matchless Millinery at $5 The new Marquise hat is well repre
sented in this assortment also the popular hippodrome sailor and C fj
the new fall turban-made out of finest materials and bearing the
smart metropolitan style that always marks Brandeis millinery
Street Hats and Trimmed Hats Special for Saturday, we offer a splendid lot
of new fall trimmed and street hats, in all this autumn shades and T)50
desiens reeularly sell all over the country at $4.00 and $5.00 r m
Ak-Sar-Ben special, at ,
Jaunty Suit Hats Simply but very smartly trimmed for every day
wear every one neat and stylish, at ,
HOUSE SHOW NOVELTIES
' Our Jewelry Dept. reveals the latest correct Jewelry
novelties for horso show wear elaborate girdles, belts,
bags that ar silk embroidered on tsJLk and leather, fancy.,
belt buckles, pearl dog collars, fan chains, stickpins of horso
heads, horseshoes, etc., all at very moderate prices. ,
Ladies Costumes Evening Coasts
SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR. HOR.SE SHOW WEAR.
Home Show Costumes Evening gowns, danc
ing costumes, party dresses, etc, made of
crepe de chines, messalines, chiffon taffetas
and Dolly Varden Silks C ?5 JC. C 10
very special at CC 4J"
A wide range of the daintiest and most elabo
rate evening costumes, demi costumes, dinv
ner gowns, reception gowns, etc. made of
crepe de chines, nets and all the other even
ing fabrics a range 1 1 r?r Git" CCfi
of prices from X4.0U-C4 J' 3V
Imported French Costumes Particularly
, adapted for elegant horse show wear, and
evening functions original designs from
raqtiln, Doucet, Beer and C7KUP CIS A
Redfern at. $ld to 3IDU
Very handsome 4 6-lnch White Broadcloth
Coats, satin lined and silk braid "y C A
trimmed, at jU
White and Pastel Colored Broadcloth Coats,
full satin lined, wide white soutache trim
ming, large full evening sleeves-"(1 AA
very special at
Exquisite Evening Coats of the most beauti
ful and elaborate character, including the
imported lace coats many of these coats
are samples, are absolutely exclusive in
at $35 up to $150
ERMINE FUR PIECES FOR HORSE SHOW
four-pelt ermine 14 85
Ermine is tha ultra fashionable fur for Horse Show wear
biock wun natural talis, at....
Ermine stock with double tabs 1 M PA
and 8-tail trimming AtWU
Zaza Scarf of ermine, with 36-in.
single tab, at
A 46-in. ermine four-in-hand, 8-tall trimming,
brocaded satin lining,, wide ends,
Large Scarfs with single and double QQ
tabs. 4-In-bands.etc. at S35 un to A J (I
Large pillow muffs of ermine to match at$39 and $65.
Three Special Bargains in Ladies' Tailored Suit
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Up-to-date tailored fall
suits, ail shades, at
Stylish tailor made.
long and short coats at.
back at y clotn coat wlth belted g QQ
HOC I Handsome tailored suit, all fin
OJ the latest style features I S
long- covert coat, with belted back and n DQ
flared skirt, at V.VO
IN BASEMENT CLOAK DEPT.
Children's and Misses' heavy winter Cloaks of all wool
plaids, with yokes and turn-back cuffs, worth no
. $5 and 6, Baseihent, at.,., 1..0
Ladies' $1.50 Wrappers at ' Oc
Ladles' Fall Tailored Suits, special values f 3.98
. . Oil vies 1U
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Ladles' Patent Leather and Patent Kid
Shoes, full Louis XV heel, new hlsh-
Hl!at- :...$5 and $6
Ladles Dress Shoes, of Ideal patent kid,
high Cuban heel
Ladles' Dress Shoes, In patent kid and
vlcl. Cuban and half C'l atid H SO
French heel, at Jnu OU
Dr. Reed's Famous Cuilon Sole Shoes,
button and lace, now ready. v
Ladles' Patent Leather Pumps, 0:
for swell evening; wear, at .4
Ladles' Sailor Tie Pump, Cuban tfjfj
heel, at 14"J
Ladies' Beaded Duchess Opera Slippers,
In half French heels at, fte
pair , .M5
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FIGHT ON CATALOGUE HOUSES
Eeanedj Leodi Aid to Commersisl Inter
iti Ajaiait Hnmbering Kail Boxes.
CONGRESSMAN APPEALS TO WASHINGTON
With Prealdeat Wrlsht of Commer
cial Clb He Ircaa Abolition ot
Order Issved by Postof.
Congressman John L. Kennedy has act
valy taken up tha cudgel for the whole
Mils and retail business men of Nebraska,
Many prominent houses and individuals
have written or addressed the congressman
verbally, and he has written the fourth
assistant postmaster general, asking for
a suspension of the order numbering free
rural delivery mall boxes. The letter is as
Tha merchants, Jobbers and commerclad
mtereats of this district and state are pro
testing vigorously against the enforcement
Of the order Issued by you, August 7, last,
Srovldtng for the numbering of rural free
ellvery boxes, and authorising tha de
livery of mall by numbers InHtead of by
names. Tha enclosed letters from M. E.
Bmith A Co., E. E. Bruce & Co., and
Wright tt WUhelmy company show the
feeling on the subject. These houses are
among tha largest In their Una In the west.
Tha letters from the Commercial club of
Omaha and the Plittsmouth Commercial
club register objections along the same
line. The Commercial club of Omaha bus
tlmost a thousand active, energetic mem
bers, who. so far as I can learn, are a
unit In opposition to the order referred to.
The proposed plan will work a great Injury
to th jobbing and commercial Interests
Of this western country. I presume the
department had some reason which was
deemed sufficient for the making of the
order. Be kind enough to tell me what
It was. In the meantime, I hope the order
will bar wholly suspended until the matter
can be fully Investigated.
JOHN L. KENNEDY.
At present this order Is In suspension
waiting the return to Washington of the
fourth assistant posftnaster general, but
the Commercial club is endeavoring to
have it entirely done away with. President
W. B. Wright of the club has addressed
letters to about forty-nve commercial clubs
of the state, which read in part as follows:
Attached please find an order Issued by
the Postofflce department authorising the
delivery of letters on rural delivery routes
by number instead of name. We have
studied this order carefully In an effort to
locate any advantage that would accrue to
the department or to tha people served by
the free delivery, but without success. You
will notice, however, that the mall orfier
houses have only to secure from the post
master the number of the free delivery
route and the number of boxes on It to be
able to deliver advertising matter to every
recipient of mall on the route.
The communication goes on to urge the
clubs to send letters of protest to the post
master general and to ask the senators and
congressmen of Nebraska to use their In
fluence In killing the order.
Wright Writes Letters.
Mr. Wright wrote to the postmaster gen
eral in the name of the club and also to
the six congressmen and two senator of
the state. Replies have already been re
ceived from Senator Millard and Congress
men Hlnshaw and Pollard saying that they
would take the matter up with the Post
The retailers of Nebraska, as well as
other states, have bsen considerably stirred
up about the order and have made known
their views through the trade press. Sucil
an agitation is now under way that they
seem to have no fear but that the offensive
order will soon trouble them no more.
The fact of the matter Is this order Is re
garded as a means of promoting the In
terests of foreign catalogue houses and on
the principle ot "live and let live" the Ne
braska firms oppose ft. They urge home
Industry patronage ahead ot the catalogue
Lincoln Term Hnded.
The October term of the' federal courts
at Lincoln, wound up Friday, with the
trial of the Herpolshenner, against Pheonix
Insurance company rase. Butt was brought
against the lnsuranre company on a fire
loss at Hastings. Neb., for the face ot
Good shoes will halve) th Jour
ney. Crossed shoes a,id. not im
pede, the) natural motion of the
feet. They enclose Nature In Na
ture's own bound and simply
.How her to have her own wav.
It's the first function of aahoa to be comfortable
i with beauty and worth as a matter of course.
w SHOE 4-00
"MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY"
If your deales eaa net heee them, we will send any style est
! of erlee with o. additional m a forwajdlog ebej-ge.
LEWIS A. CROSSCTT. Inc., NORTH ABINGTON, MASS.
the policy, W.00O. The insurance company
wanted to compromise the matter for tibout
13.000 less, but the plaintiffs would not
agree, and hence the suit. The court and
court machinery returned to Omaha h rlday
UNION TO WAIT ON COUNCIL
Ceatrnl I.sbor Body Asks (hence
to Vote on Telephone
At the meeting of the Central Labor
union Friday night a communication was
read from A. B. Hunt of the Independent
Telephone company commending the action
of the union In advocating the granting
of a franchise to the Independent com
pany. A communication was also read
from the Union Collar company urging the
purchase of union made goods by union
men. The former communication svas or
dered placed on file and the latter was re
ferred to the committee on union label
and home Industry.
A resolution was unanimously adopted re
lating to the tabling of the proposition of
the Central Labor union by the city coun
cil of Omaha relative to the submission to
a vote of the people the right to be heard
on the question "of Interest not only to
organized labor, but to the whole people."
The resolution la as follows:
That we brand the action of the Omaha
city council a cowardly usurpation of the
rights of the people to be heard on the
question of public franchise or the ex
clusion of monopoly thereof, and be it
Resolved, That we again reaffirm our
faith In the proposition of submiHslon- to
the people of Omaha the question of grant
ing a franchise to tho. Indepeudent Tele
phone company, and be It ,
Resolved, That the entire membership of
tHin hn1v he ftdrtett to the committee to
wait upon the council and tne waivmuai
members thereof to the end that said or
dinance be considered and that our comfnit
tee be given the right to be heard.
This resolution was also adopted?
That the statutes of the state of Ne
braska provide for the submission of the
Initiative and referendum vote of the peo
ple on matters ot public policy: therefore,
Resolved, That we ask for fhe euhmls
alon of the statutory provision to submit
to the vote of the people at the coming
election to the end that the will of the
whole people may not be thwarted by a
monopoly of the city council.
The following were elected and obligated
as members of tha Central Labor union:
J. J. Delehanty and L. O. Plerson from tha
Stationary Firemen's local; Qua Mostler
and Ed DeLong from the Brewery Workera'
local; J. E. Wlthel, H. Anderson and E.
Olson from the Bridge and Structural
Iron Workers' local.
L. V. Guye was elected a delegate from
the Central Labor union to the twenty
fifth annual convention of the American
Federation of Labor to be held at Pitts
burg. Pa., November 13.
The special committee on the differences
between the engineers and laundry work
ers was given another week to submit its
The organisation committee reported that
It had succeeded In effecting the organisa
tion of tha Federal Labor union and that
there was a good prospect of securing the
organisation ot a granite cutters' local
The announcement was made that Eu
gene V. Debs would deliver an address on
the labor question at Washington hall on
next 8unday evening.
TREASURER FINE IS UPHELD
Sustained ky 8upreme fonrt in Eefuiinj
Bid for Laid Soli
RIGHT ON TAX CERTIFICATE CASE
County Attorney and Treasurer, Ex
pecting; Kothlnaj Else, Are
Gratlfled at the Ruling;
of the Court.
The supreme court nas upheld Treasurer
Fink In his refusal to accept a bid far land
sold for taxes, which was less than tho
amount of the tax certificate. In an opinion
handed down Thursday afternoon. The sale
of the land was under the terms of the
scavenger tax law. ,
W. A. Saunders bought two tax certifi
cates, making a bid for less than the
amount of taxes due on the property.
Treasurer Fink refused to issue him the
certificate and then Mr. Saunders appealed
to the district court for a mandamus . to
compel the treasurer to act. The lower
court upheld the treasurer and now the su
preme court has affirmed the lower court.
In the opinion the supreme court held
that the treasurer Is not authorised under
the scavenger law to Issue a tax certificate
oufned by the city or county when the
property to be sold falls to bring the
Bee Want Ada are tha Best Business
Balldtes; Permits. '
Building permits have been Issued by tha
city to tha following: Norman Bennett,
I.6o0 frame dwelling at 2416 Templeton;
J. l. Fleming, fct.uuO frame dwelling at
Templeton; Carrie P. Allen, tl.SuO
frame dwelling at -41'44 Farnam; Louis
Vanous. tl.t) frame dwelliug at KlovouUi
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amount of money due for taxes, together
with the Interest due thereon.
While expecting such a decision, the
county attorney and the treasurer are both
well pleased and say that it will mean
much to the county. Were the property
upon which taxes are due to be sold to tha
highest bidder regardless of whether tha
amount bid w more or less than the
taxes, it would deprive the county of con
siderable money and at the same time
boost the game of dealing in tax certificates.
REPUBLICANS IN COMMITTEE
Friendly Controversy Ortr Positions
Expected at Meeting; of the
A more or less friendly controversy In the
republican county committee is billed for
the meeting Saturday afternoon over a
proposal to rescind the resolution adopted
last week requiring' the officers of the body
and the members of the executive commit
tee to be members of the county committee.
This rule has caused dissatisfaction with
certain ambitious aspirants, first with ref
erence to a secretary and second as to the
personnel of the executive committee. The
recommendation of a secretary, treasurer
and executive committee was left to Chair
man Gibson and the candidates, subject to
the approval of the entire committee.
Hand In hand with these Vexed questions
is one to enlarge the executive committee
to fourteen members, so as to provide rep
resentation from every Omaha ward, one
from South Omaha and one from the coun
try. This will probably go through with
For secretary C. W. Brltt and E. H.
W'esterfleld of Dundee have appeared as
candidates among the members of the com
mittee. If that officer Is choien from out
side the selection is said to bo between M.
J. Gieevy and Dave Chrlstlu.
Arrangements will be made to open head
quarters and to prosecute an active cam
WOMAN MISSES HER LOVER
Former Comes from Arkansas to
Meet Flanee, bat Falls to
Disappointed in not' meeting Martin
Old backer, whom she expected to find at a
passenger 'depot In bouth Omaha Friday
morning. Miss Cleo Munroe called at the
Omaha police station In tha afternoon to
confide to the police her suspicions that
something may have befallen Oldbcker.
MUs Munroe la about 2 years of age and
came to Omaha from Newport, Ark., ' to
meet Oldbacker, who lived for many years
In Newport and recently wis working la
Yankton. lie sent the young woman
money for a ticket and other things a
week ago and It ia gathered from the re
marks of the young woman that the couple
waa to have been married In Omaha soon
after the meeting at South Omaha. Miss
Munroe ia quite worried over the matter,
as Oldbacker has always appeared a man
of his word. Miss Munroe Is staying with
the police matron.
Many Children Rescneil.
Many children have been rescued by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds. 60c and II. Bold by
Sherman tt McConnell Drug Co.
The following births and deaths have
been reported to tha Board of Health dur
ing tha tweuty-four hours ending at noon
Births Hanry Brandell. 1?1 Paul, girl;
John Kiansen, IA Nurib Twautjr-sUih,
boy; John Johanek, 1414 South .Fifteenth,
Deaths John Beck, Elkhorn, 38; Ruth
Irene Ualloway, BO02 Florence Boulevard,
14 days: James Cook. Thirtieth and Boule
vard, 41); Emma C. Boettger, Denlson, Ia.;
14; Infant Workhorn, 2424 Lake, 1 month;
Mary Vanicek, 1430 South Seventeenth;
Enoch Hays, 1718 Chicago, 48.
ONE OF FINEST MONUMENTS
Such la General Culver's Estimation
of Shaft Erected by Q, A.
It. at Randolph.
Adut&nt General Cuiver was In Omaha a
short time Friday morning en route to
Lincoln from a trip to Randolph, Cedar
county, wliero he had been as the per
sonal representative of the governor to
deliver the address at the unveiling of a
monument erected at that place by the
members of the Grand Army of the Re
publio post and the Women's Relief corps.
The day was observed as a holiday by the
schools and business men of Randolph and
people from Wayne, Bloomfleld and
other neighboring towns took part In
the exercises, fully 3,000 people being In
attendance. The parade to the cemetery
was a hair mile in length. Commander
Booth of the local post acted as master
The monument was erected at a cost of
18,000 and consists of the figure of a soldier,
life-site, erected over four pedestals. Be
neath the pedestals is a marble cannon.
The work was done by a local marble
dealer and In the opinion of General Culver,
the monument Is one of the finest In the
state, if not the very finest.
Tonight General Culver will go to Re
publican City, where Saturday he takes
part in the dedication of the new hall con
structed by the members of the Women's
Relief Corps. Mrs. Luce, wife of Represen
tative' Luoe, has had charge ot the work
of securing the funds for the building oi
the hall. Mrs. Adams, president of ths
National Women's Relief Corps will de.
liver the principal address and at .these
exercises General Culver will "also speak."
"I shall call upon the people of Omaha
in a short time," said General Culver, "to
get them to build that armory. That
should have been done a long time ago
and I therefore expect little difficulty . in
getting the business men Interested in tha
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
CONVENTION 0F OSTEOPATHS
Annnnl Meellna Is Devoted to
v. Discussion and Routine
The osteopaths of the state held their an'
nual convention yesterday in thet rooms of
the Young Men's Christian association.
Routine business took up the forenoon and
the afternoon was given to addresses of a
technical character. Two of the most In
structive addresses were by Dr. C. B. Btlll
of the Still School of Osteopathy at Klrks
ville, Mo., and Dr. C. K. Thompson, head of
the Still college at Dps' Moines.
Lincoln waa chosen as the place for the
next meeting. It will be held In September
and the date will be set by the executive
The former committee on legislation w
Instructed to use Its. efforts to secure rep
resentation for the osteopaths on th State
Board of Health. The committee was com
mended for Its work during the last session
of the legislature.
Officers were elected as foflows: Dr. P.
B. Atzen, Omaha, president; Dr. Bowers,
Lincoln, vice president; Dr. Runyon,
Seward, treasurer; Dr. C. W. Farwell,
Omaha, secretary. '. . -
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