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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1005.
1 SPECIAL SALES TU
5 Agents for
Ladies' Lon Col Jl Eton Suits
Nw lots of ladies' fasblondbly tall
Bred suits Just arrived finely made
of the correct fall fabrics, In newest
plain colors and mixed novelty cloths
the long fitted coat
suits all the fashion
The Stunning Long Chesterfields
The most popular and most becoming
suits In years fitted backs, long
eracefiU lengths to the coats also
short Etons. Hussars
and Blouses, handsomely
tailored, the top notch
of style, at.
Ladies Fur Lined Cotas
An assortment of the handsome new
fur lined coats that are going to lead
the way in point of style this winter;
good broadcloth coats, with lining of
Russian squirrel and blended German
saulrrel. Belgian sable or Mexican
Enlarged Jewelry Dept. In Annex
The most perfectly arranged Jewelry rtopartmr-nt in the city
always murn iohs man me exclusive jeweirr bsks.
Ladles' Patent leather, Real Seal and Morocco Belts, kid lined all
sizes, worth 60c each, at, each
Nut Plrks and OuckerH. silver ri I Ladles' Oarrlng" Ragslenther,
Our prices are
plated, worth 5c set, at, set....w I lined, 'regular price? $1.50. at.
BursonV Fashioned Hose
Special Sales People on Bargain Squire Give Dally Djmon
L Stration of the Merit o.' Thess Famous Stocking;.
The only hose knit to fit without u seam smoother on
. the foot, more comfortable on the leg, wear more
evenly, look better and cost no more than the ones
' with enrn producing seams you will be interested in thN spe
cial demonstration ail this week; prices, 1 P TC- XC
Curtails and Couch I
Covert; worth to $5
pair, at, ea., 69c-'8c
7&& cOflS Covers at $2.98 ea.
.';'' '" ' To Many Points In
California, Oregon, Washington
' V v.. V ' . FROM . .
'-" UNION PACIFIC
EVEKY DAY TO OCT. 81, 10OB.
aClliUU J to Butte, Anaconda and Helena.
Ann r ft j to Pendleton and Walla Walla.
tsC&sUU to Spokane and Wenatcb.ee, Wash.
--') to Ban Francisco, Los Angeles, Ban Diego
f and many other California points.
.Ato Everett, Fairhaven, Whatcom, Van
25 QD couver, Victoria and Astoria.
to Ashland, Roeeburjj, Eugene, Albany
and Balem, via Portland.
Vto Portland, or to Taeoma and Seattle,
AN TO MANY OTHER POINTS.
City Ticket Office, 1824
J? -ft. 2
prra Ann jfs
WILLI m J I M S SJNS
209.211 So. 15th Street.
Why Not Have
Made tor You?
V YOU can't afford a $50
suit w have thorn at
$40 if $40 is too high
we have thrm at $35, $30,
$25 yes ven at $20 and
the assortment At that price
isn't mean or stingy. ,
Advance Notice Next Monday Is the Great
Sale of Tapestry Curtains and Couch Covers
See the' great window displays that are attracting thousands of
people every day. The greatest of Its kind ever held in Omaha.
Velour and Plush
Curtains and Couch
Trousers, $5, $6, $7,
$8, $9, $10
Xlcoll's method of buying
large quantities (we have
about 25 stores to supply)
makes it possible to have a
serviceable suit made to
order at tempting prices.
There's a decided advan
tage in having your gar
ments cut to order
You make your selection
from a choice variety of
woolens have them cut and
trimmed to suit your indi
vidual tasteand when com
pleted you will experience a
satisfied feeling in' wearing
You need not think of do
ing better; you can't!
t FRED PAFFENRATH Mgr.
0l4IA WtS.tTHRR rOBECHT-TsMillr rir,
Green Trading Stamp Booth, Main Floor
Wednesday is Red Letter
Ten Green Trading Stamps to every. Urweu
Trading Stamp Book presented.
No books no stamps.
Special Red Letter Day sensations in all da-
partments Tuesday and Wednesday.
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Freeh .New Goods, Big Varieties, Low Prices, Green Trading Stamps,
, Splendid Service and Prompt Deliveries. (
Thirty Green Trading Stamps with two-pound can
Bennett's Breakfast Coffee 4o
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with pound Tea 48c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound can Bennett's.
Capitol Baking Powder 24c
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with pound can
Batavla Fancy Salmon 2.1c
Thirty Green Trading Stamps with pint bottle finest
Grape Juice I 25c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound Imperial
Japan Tea. 25c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pint bottle Columbian Catsup . . . .20c
.Twenty Green Trading Stamps with can Imported (Small Mush
rooms (very fancy) 85c
Ten Gren Trading Stamps with glass tumbler Cranberry Sauce 10c
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with can Diamond "S" Fruits, as
sorted (very fine) 28c
Will Continue Until Nex
Friday. All Staple Notions
Will Co at One-Half to One-Quarter Regular Prices.
Grand Notion Sale
$12.50 to 535
THE ItKLIAllLE BTOKU.
ST. LOUIS CALLS FOR LABOR
Ippiili vitk rUtteriaf Offer of Wgi ii
Vala to Oboa Workmen.
LATTER BUSY AND SATISFIED AT HOME
aier Werk Here Tbsj , Cam
D kr tl Tim Frea!c
V;catkar Stoss Balld
i las; OyeraJloas.
. Hijh wages ofTerod laborers and plaster
ers lor construction work at St. Louis have
not suocaeded In lurlne workmen away
from Omaha up to the present, according
to statements of men well versed In the
' labor situation. '!
Advertisements appearing- In the Omaha
papers: offer H 50 a day for building la
borers and X a day for plasterers. This
Is more than ikbcrwi are getting In
Omaha, but some plasterers are earning
as much and nonerowlve less than 5 a
day. Laborers on buildings are drawing
all the way from C to t' 76 a day. Every
man la town whe wants to work and can
has a job. and there la plenty to dq In
Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth and purifies the breath.
Used by people of refinement
for oyer a quarter of a century.
Convenient for tourists.
sight until hard freezing calls a halt in
Omaha Ma Satisfied. -
"The laborers and plasterers in Omaha
are pretty well satisfied, " said a union
labor mani "Other tradesmen feel the
same way. While there has been no in
crease In the minimum wages during the
summer, yet the maximum has gone up.
Contractors have frequently bid for skilled
labor, and a much as 70 to 7B cents an
hour has been made to the best artisans.
A very small proportion of the floating
class Is In Omaha, and most of the men
who are capable of working on buildings
are heads of families. The St. Louis offer
does not attract them very much. It is
generally understood that more and heavier
work Is expected of laborers there than
here, especially from hod carriers and the
like. There is all the work here that can
be done and a trifle more. Rather than
take chances In St. Louis the Omaha
workmen will semaln here. As a general
thing, the supply of labor Is pretty nearly
equal to the demand. The big shortage is
in teams A number of big construction
Jobs are being delayed because teams can
not be had to haul brick and other mater
ial. Since the paving began teams are at
"It Is not likely that the St. Lpuis
proposition will cut any figure in the
Omaha labor market."
For Men and
This shoe Is so made that even
though you have bunions you can
wear it with comfort and comfort In
your feet means everything io you.
The special feature of these shoes is
the narrow Instep and wide sole, snug
fitting yet plenty of room Just where
you neea u most, in lace oniy, in a
with specially prepared soles.
Drexel Shoe Co,
From Nebraska Points
Direct to Chicago.
In addition to three daily trains, Omaha to
Chicago, through service is also offered
from other points on the main line of the
Union. Pacific railroad to Chicago by the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Through sleeping cars, both standard and
tourist, and'through chair cars are operated
by this line. - All ticket agents sell tickets
east by this line. Ask them to do so.
Leave Omaha 7:55 a. m.f 5:45 p. m. or 8:35 p. m.
F. A. NASH,
General Western Agent,
' 1524 Farnam Street, OMAHA
iA Few Interesting Bargain Events
Only a few of the many for Tuesday's selling. You'll find a perfect bevy
of them here all this week. Watrh our ads rlosely.
In Our Busy Cloak Department
Stylish C'ravenrttes In
regular $7.50 values,
Sample Coats In fine, plain snd fancy
mixed fabrirs, regular
I18.R0 values, at
New Suits An exceptionally
with 48-inrh coats, well
worth $20.00, choice. . ,
New Fall Waists In flannels, Drtl
liantines, albatross, etc.. In colon
and black, $2.00 values, J QQ
Women's Flannelette Iong Kimonos
Regular $2.00 values, 98c
Women's Flannelette Pressing Saoqnei
Two Rousing Hour Specials
FROM lO A. M. TILL 12 M. In t.h
Domestic Room. We will sell soft
finished Bleached Muslin, the regular
8Vic quality limit of 10 yards to a
customer at, C n
FROM 8 TO lO A. M. In the Domestic
Room Arnold's Flannelettes, In
from 2 to 10-yard lengths, nil fresh
new goods, 32 to 36 Inches wide, well
worth 18c per yard only 10 yards
to a customer at,
Unmatchable Values in Blankets and Comforters
$3.08 Red Blanket Nearly all wool, In grey onlx, full else and a
splendid bargain, at, pair J
Cotton Red Blankets Full 11-4 size, a splendid bargain Tuesday,
Home-Made Bed Comforters 7 foot long, 2 yards wide, made of good
quality sllkollne and filled with pure white cotton unmatchable Cfl
bargains at, choice I.JU
Special Snaps for Tuesday
We are getting ready for holiday trade and will begin Tuesday a great
Clearing Sale of our stock of fancy Art Goods. See them Tuesday.
2Rc Pillow Tops,
85c Fancy rillow Shams,
All kinds of fancy Stamped Linens wll
eacn, 12 c down to...
2oc Center Pieces,
2.V( Laundry Bags, 12C
be on sale Tuesday, at, 2'C
Great Underwear and Hosiery Bargains
.Men's Heavy Woolen Hose In blacks.
blues and grays, good values at 25c,
special Tuesday, at,
From O Till 10 A. M. Ladies' heavy
Ribbed Vests and Pants, fleece lined
and worth 39c limit of four gar
ments to a customer, at, f f
The Last of the Pears for Canning
We have received another large shipment of fancy Duchess Pears. This will
do tne iasi lor tnis season. Tomorrow we will sen tnis aeucious All
fruit, per H-bushel basket, at, each OUC
The Last of the Green Tomatoes We will have tomorrow morning (Tuesday)
about 200 baskets of Green Tomatoes for pickling. We will sell JJ
them, as long as they last, per market basket JG
21 POUNDS PURE CANE GRANULATED SUGAR I HA
MAN HURT BYSTREET CAR
Colored Driver, Whoso Waaoa ( la
Wrecked,' Is Severely la.
Jared la tolllslosi.
William Carter, colored, a driver for Joe
I.evlne, furniture dialer of 3At-3M North
Sixteenth street, was badly hurt about t
o'clock Monday mornlna by being- thrown
from- his wagon, which was struck by a
Sixteenth street car at Sixteenth and Chi
Carter was driving- a van from Levlhe's
warehouse with a big load of furniture,
and in crossing Sixteenth street the van
was struck by the car. He waa thrown
from the van to the pavement, striking- on
his head and shoulders and rendered un
conscious. He waa tnken to his home on
North Twenty-eighth street In a hack by
Mr. Levlne. Dr. Jtoiuui summoned.
1419 Fart. am St.
New fall catalogue now ready.
J. W. WOODROUGII
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
U Number . On Voting Machlnt Is 6 B
Carter's Injuries are regarded as serious.
It Is feared lie is suffering from concus
sion of the brali). He was also injured
about the hips and abdomen.
The wagon, which was thrown over on
one Bide, was badly wrecked, and six side
boards constituting a part of the toad,
were completely demolished. The horses
Many Drop Drad
from so-called heart trouble, when the real
cause is acute indigestion, easily curable
by Electric Bitters. (0 cents. For sale by
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
The following births and deaths have been
reported to the Board of Health during the
forty-eight huura ending at noon Monday
Births H. B. Baughman. 1122 North
Twentieth, girl; Joe Beranek, 2 South
Thirty-first, girl: Walter Vetcham. 307
North Twenty-iU'h, girl; Fred Jones, eue
North Sixteenth, girl; O. J. McQeyun. 2ft24
Chicago, girl; Nela Segard, 623 South Elght-
Deaths Peter Koley, 114 North Twenty-
seventh. 83; John Gilbert Powell, 712 North
Seventeenth, &; Mary Anne Howard, 2319
IHulKe, 7; John U. Bovardus, Fortieth
and i'oppleton. 63; Michael teweeney, Has
tings, Neb., 31. . - . i
Two Men Bob ad Over.
P. T. Hlte and Paul Hauser were ar
raigned before Judge Berks. In police court
Monday morning, charged with robbing
KiaucU Behaii's valoon at Capitol avenue
and Firteoiith streets of (10 In rash and a
quantity of cigars and liquors Sunday
morning. Hits pleaded guilty and Hauser
pleaded not guilty. Both were bouiid. over
FOLLOW THE FLAG
Just One Chance
Nov. 27th 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.
: i;:1.1 he
Children's Heavy Ribbed Hone Jusl
the thing for school wear come In
all sizes, great snap, at, 7'r
From 10 Till 11 A. M. Ladles' Fleece
Lined Hose, In black only, worth 15c
and 19c pair, all sizes for I ft,
this one hour, at, pair 1UC
right now. Are you Invited? If you are we have the
handsomest line of silver and cut glass we have ever
shown. We have so many pieces, ranging around tS.
Spend a few minutes In our store. Look for the name.
S.W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
1616 Douglas Street.
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and advising them in matters of household economy
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We manufacture our own trunks, traveling bags and sull
rases. We make them of the beet material. Our workman
ship is unexcelled. We sell them or less than Inferior
gradfc- would cost you tluw here. If you buy of usycu
will get the best you will sa ve .noneyou will be better
satisfied. leather Bound Uat ting Suit Cases. (3 to. B.7i and
U 00. We do repairing.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY,
1209 Farnam Straat.
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