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TTTE OMATLV DAILY BEE: SATITRPAY, OCTOBER 29. 1905.
Our 352.50 "Ashburys" Are $3.50 Hats
With $1.00 Clipped Off Their Price
Get under one and you'll be crowned with
a hat fit for a king. Every hat is chock full
of individuality and character. Gray
pearl, blue pearl, gray mixed, mouse,
brown and black are the colors. A perfect
fit for any head at $2.50.
In Our $3.50 "Stetson" Hats
you have all the best points of all the best
$4.00 and $5.00 ttats made. The newest
blocks of John B. Stetson which the well-groomed man will
wear with pride.
$150 DERBIES AND SOFT HATS AT $1.50
Black, Brown, Pearl and Tan
We save you almost as much as you pay for these. The
Derbies are made over the newest 1905 blocks the Soft Hats
are counterparts of the nobbiest shapes produced by Stetson
and other famous hatters. They're all silk trimmed and have
the best pebble goat leather sweat bands. It's safe to predict
that feeveral hundred men will buy them today.
$1.00 Fine Kid Gloves, in new shades of tan
and browns. This glove is the best dollar
value ever offered. Self-stitched back and
full pique sewed, long or short
$1.15 SPECIAL Men's Dress Mocha Gloves,
fine, soft, and perfect-fitting; tans 1 C
and browns, $1.50 quality IU
91.25 Mrn's Hary English Cap Glove, out seam,
perfectly smooth Inside. An excellent dress and
driving glove; also light-weight, full ptquc-sewn
French kid. New shades of browns and f O C
tans, with sllk-stltched backs. Price D
91.50 Men's Fine Kid Glov-s. best French kid flno
soft, and flexible; new shades of browns, tans and
slates: stitched backs, full plqne-sewn. f Cf
Cadet or regulation length of fingers 1.3U
Newest Fall Shapes to Select From
Made from this season's choicest silks in rich
elegant stylish colors, including the light
pastel shades and all the new reds and greens
neat invisible stripes, plain colors with here
and there a fleck of contrasting colors. Not a
style but which some man will be
glad to wear. 2,500 to pick from
here today, at
See Our New Line of Silk Mufflers and
MEN'S SUITS g OVERCOATS
Here cover the entire range of clothing needs, starting with
all-wool garments 'way down at $7.50. Particularly strong lines
at $10.00 and $15.00 in the best American woolens. Thence up
ward in fineness and price to the $20.00, $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00
lines with imported woolens and hand-tailoring throughout in
All fine American Woolen
Suits and Overcoats, in colors
and effects that bear fashion's
approval stamp in styles that
say "Autumn 1905" with tail-
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or-shaped collars, lapels, fronts and shoulders that make a man
glad to survey himself in a glass. And all these good points are
"staying qualities." A clean saving of $2.50 or $3.00.
$20.00 Suits at other stores are on
the $15.00 tables here. "Woolens
that duplicate the finest imported
cloths evideneces of expert tailor
ing in every line and along every
seam hair-cloth and canvas intcrlinings as honest in quality
and as carefully stayed as any feature in sight linings, trim
mings, buttons and buttonholes everything they should be.
At $20.00 and Beyond
The man who wants the highest grade garments at a mod
erate cost and wants them right away- can get everything
that the best custom tailor can igive him in our Suits and Over
coats at $20.00 to $35.00 the, finest imported woolens and the
most skillful hand-tailoring throughout.
Now's the Time of Greatest Enthusiasm
in Boys Clothing
The very air in the Boys' Department la surcharged with electrical enthuslsm t'.vj salesmen are enthusiastic
over the superb stocks the boys are enthusiastic over the natty styles and the parents are enthusiastic over
the modest prices.
$4.00 and $5.00 Boys' Salts, $2.85 Splendid Su Its for strenuous little lads who think little of how much
strain, wear and tear they subject their clothes to, are these garments at $2.85 In Suits, choose from stylish Dou-ble-Breasteds,
Norfolks, Novelty Sailor, Buster Brown and Russian Blouse styles.
OTHERS' BEST AT $6.00 HERE FOR $3.85 A strong statement, but the Suits are here to back It up.
Any style you want in the most stylish and best wearing materials. A $2.50 saving on every garment.
SPECIAL PANTS COUNTER 75c Boys' Pants for 45c We bought materials from a large cloth mill P
and made a special contract with a pants maker, otherwise even "The Nebraska" couldn't sell 75c pants for YJw
BOYS' OVERCOATS AT $4.00 Made of strictly all wool friezes in black and oxford gray colors, fancy
cheviots In all newest colorings. The styles are long, loose fitting with belt and without, and medium lengths. To
fit boys, sizes 4 to 16 years worth 15 to $6 for Saturday, $4.00.
BOYS' OVERCOATS AT $3.00 Made of plain oxford cheviots and fancy cheviots, In stripes and plaids
Btrlctly all wool materials, well lined and trimmed sizes 3 to 15 years worth $4 special Saturday, $3.00.
BOYS' OVERCOATS AT $5.00 Made of high grade fancy cheviots and silk mixed cheviots, black and ox
ford gray. Irish frieze, the best linings and trimmings styles long and medium lengths, with and without belts
to fit boys up to 16 years worth $7.50 special Saturday at $5.00.
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Underwear You Want
for Less Than You
Want to Pay
Men's medium weight derby ribbed
Peruvian cotton Underwear, sateen
faced drawers and shirts, most ser
viceable fall weight garment, made
regular GOc quality at, i P
Men's fine quality, light weight, nat
ural gray merino, three-quarters
Australian wool, and one-quarter
Egyptian cotton, an excellent fall
" weight, regular $1 value, 7 J?
Men's heavy flat 16-'thread balbriggan, also heavy derby rib
bed camel Egyptian cotton fashioned Underwear, self-trimmed
6hirt and sateen faced drawers, regular $1.50 Q A
You Won't Have a
Big Shoe Bill
If You Get a Pair of
Men's Shoes, that have the
style and wear of shoes,
sold in exclusive shoe
stores at $3.50 Of QA
and $4.00, at J)
Men's Box Velour and Gun
Metal Blucher style shoes,
good heavy soles and ex
tension edges, also box
calf lace and vici kid lace,
lined throughout, good
6tyle and wear in this
special $2.90 Nebraska
shoe, every pair guaran
teed to wear, 2 90
Ladies' "Nebraska Special"
Shoes at $2.98.
Ladies' Vlcl and Surpass kid lace
shoes, also blucher style with
good plump soles and extension
edges, equal to those sold by
others at $4.00,
THE BUSIEST WOMEN'S ELOOR IN OMAHA
Women's New Coats on Sale Saturday
"We have just received by today's express 500 Women's
new, up-to-date Coats secured by our buyer while in New
York last week. They are all made up in the very latest
fashion, of new, swell materials, 6uch as Scotch Mixtures, Vi
cunas, Broadcloths, Coverts and Kerseys tight fitted, half
fitted and the new Empire Coats at prices that are positively
25 per cent lower than any store in Omaha.
Women's New Waists
OUR WAIST DEPARTMENT IS THE MOST
COMPLETE IN OMAHA.
We are showing the newest novelties in soft Nuns Veiling,
rich satin Vestings, Voiles and Brilliantines, which are very
popular for general wear, at the lowest prices
1.90 2.25 2.45 2.90 and 4.90
We Received Today 75 Women's New Plaid Silk Waists
Made of the very best quality of plaid silk, in a very new,
stylish model a waist that would be cheap A QA
at $7.50-Saturday rU
Women's Sample Skirts
On Sale Saturday
450 Women's High Grade Sample Skirts on Sale Saturday
They were bought from a New York skirt manufacturer
at 40c on the dollar all new, up-to-date models, in the very
newest materials not a skirt in this lot worth less than $7.50
to $12.75. We have divided the entire purchase in two lots
LOT 1-S7.50 and $8.75
SKIRTS go at.-
LOT 2-$10.00and $12.75
Come early and get first pick.
Specials in Children's Coats for Saturday
Child's Full Length
Made of an excellent quality of
kersey and mixtures high storm
collars trimmed with velvet pip
ingcoats in this lot worth seven
dollars and fifty cents A QQ
Including about 125 samples, sizes
8 and 12, made in the finest kerseys
and mixtures, handsomely trim
medonly one and two of a kind
coats positively worth f Clfl
Children's New Empire
In the newest materials, swell
mixtures and kerseys, in all shades
all the new Empire effects high
class makes elegantly tailored
would be cheap at . A AA
$15- Saturday lU.UU
'PHONE PEliPLE BUILD AGAIN
Nebraska Tlphone Company Will Ereot
Lar; Warehouse aid Workshop.
LOCATION AT IIGHIH AN0 FARNAM
Uaildinc Will CoM Sixty-Six by 0e
Hundred and Thirty-Two Feet,
Standing Fire Stories
The Nebraska Telephone company has
bought lots covering a space of frixl32 feet
on the northwest corner of Eighth and Far
nam streets as the location of a new ware
house building which It will construct Just
as soou as possible. The building will cost
whatever It requires to erect a first-class
structure of the kind along the most mod
ern plana But as to the exact figure of the
coat or even 111 approximate figure General
Manager I-ane of the telephone company
prt-fers at this time to make no statement
This building certainly will be as much
as three stories In height and probably
five. It will be built of brick. It will be
used for a general warehouse where all the
mechanical devices of the company will be
stored, but not only as a warehouse, for
the general workshop of the plant will be
established there and all the clerical force
whose duty It Is to look after the storage,
repair and mechanical works will be trans
ferred there. This will mean a vast saving
or making of space for the company In Its
general headquarters building at Eighteenth
and Pouglas streets, it will give the com
pany all the ground and basement floor
space of the new wing of the building and
half the ground In the old wing. Because
of the vastly and steadily Increasing busi
ness these facilities are greatly needed.
Increase la Baslness.
When the company bought the adjoining
property, removed the buildings then occu
pying It and erected the fine new west wing
to the general headquarters building It was
thought sufficient space had been provided
for a long time, but since that the business
has gone on Increasing more rapidly than
ever and It Is now found positively neces
sary to put up the big structure at Eighth
and Farnam to relieve congestion.
The lower Farnam street property was
bought from Mrs. EHzabeth Dufrcne. That
location waa selected because of Us prox
imity to the freight railroad yards. It will
serve the very desirable purpose of reduo
ing the cost of drayage, besides facilitate
the affairs of the company also by reducing
the time consumed in transporting equip
ment from the trains.
It Is the purpose of the company to begin
work on this building at the earliest pos
sible moment, as It Is needed at once.
The Nebraska Telephone company Is sub
stituting its new name-number system as
rapidly as changes have to be made. The
branch exchange Is In band and Douglas
and Harney are being prefixed to all new
numbers so as to get as many as poasible
In the new directories that will be Issued
November 1. These numbers will be per
manent. When a patron gets one of thera
It Is for keeps.
Constipation and many other
infantile disorders are the re
sults of improper feeding. Giva
your baby Mellin's Food and aea how
quickly infintile troubles disappear.
Send for our book "The Care, ft
Feeding of Infants " and we will send
it with a sample of Mellin'a Food
free of charge.
cilia's Feed Is the OUT tarsals
. whica received tk Craaa rrlxa.
the klsaest award ef tae LeaUiaaa fr-
ckte aMUla. at. Leal lt-4. Blaa
i Lbaa a geid aaeaai.
UK! 1 IN 8 FOOD CO, BOSTON, MASS
la Desperate Straits
are many who could be cured by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption.
50 cents and II. For sale by Bhurman ft
McConne.ll Drug Co.
Members of Covert lodge A. F. and A. M.
are requested to meet at Masonic hall Bun-
day at 1 p. m. sharp to assist the grand
lodge to lay corner-stone of Tenth Street
M. E. church. FACL A. FROELICH.
Aslees) at the Knlirh.
Charles Peterson of 1323 Howard strert
went to sleep Thursday evening in a aakx.n
at JM-I Howard street ana when he srke
he found it no joke, fur his watrh I nd
been lifted while IVternon was enjoyu.tf
"nature's swe restorer.' Peterson says
he believes "that by their ri i sluii
kaow ail mou. ' which leads tuiu t thUik
the man who took his watch Is not a good
citizen. He reported the matter to the
Announcements of the Theaters.
A matinee will be given at the Orpheum
this afternoon and the last performance
of the current bill tonight, when the cur
tain will rise at 8:15 sharp.
The new bill for next week, starting
Sunday 'matinee. Is heuded by Eva West
cott and company in "An Episode In Mod
ern Life." The piece is described as a sen
sational drama playlet from the Palace
theater, London. The remaining acts are
all of the bright and lively kind, as fol
lows: Ed Howard and Frank North, de
livering their rapidflre conversation skit,
called "Those Were Happy Days;" Troba,
the noted Juggler: Holcomb, Curtis and
Webb, In "A Winter Session;" Buckner,
cycling marvel; Dan Qulnlln and Kellar
Mack, In their own Idea of "Jest Fun;"
Whistling Tom Brown and timely new
OMAHA MEN AND THEIR HOBBIES
I W Mwmwr"
DR. B. F. CBUMMEK-Examining a Subject.
CATHOLICS ASK SCHOOL FUND
afaVt Plea for Division of Eetonnti t Aid
GIVE FIGURES TO SUPPORT CLAIM
Point Oat that They Contribute
Toward Public. Schools Aside
from Maintaining; Their
In a plea for a division of the public
school revenues so as to support sectarian
schools In the True Voice this week the
attendance at the sixteen Catholic paro
chial schools of Omaha Is given as It stood
early In October.
The total Is 2,718, as opposed to 15,163
pupils registered In the public schools at
the same time. No comparisons are made
with previous years, but the statement Is
given that on the face of the statistics the
parochial schools save the school district
H09.ii4 a year. This Is arrived at by using
the last appropriation of )u36.M for the
public schools for a year and computing
the cost per pupil. Besides maintaining the
parochial schools It Is pointed out that
Catholics contributed their pro rata toward
the support of the public schools, the same
as other citizens, la detail the attendance
at the Catholic schools Is shown as fol
lows: St. Phllomena's 145
fct, John s Si5
Holy Family 1-5
bacred Heart High school 3o
Kucred Heart 230
Immaculate Conception i
St. Patrick's U
41 1 1
GIGANTIC BALE OF H1BBOXS.
J. L. Brandels A Sons Annoanee the
Greatest Bale of All Kinds of
Plain and Fancy Bibbona
Ever Held In the West.
BALE BEGINS MONDAY. OCT. 80.
Thousands and thousands of yards of
fresh, crisp, new ribbons. In all widths, all
colors and all desirable grades, will go at
the most astonishing bargains Monday.
Square after square of beautiful new rib
bons, all perfect and all latest shades, In
plain and novelty effects. Everything from
extra wide ribbons in extreme novelties to
the narrowest, daintiest 'effects. Every lot
at a big reduction in price.
Look for the first day of the sale, Mon
day. See the window display of ribbons.
J. L. BRANDEIS tt SONS.
bt. YVtjncesLius .X
Sacred Heart academy
bt. Mary's, St. Catherines
The number of students In the various
departments of Crelghtoa university this
year is estimated at 600.
"Political Issues and Their Results" Is
the subject on which Hon. Hugh A. Meyers
will address the Omaha Philosophical so
ciety Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at
Patterson ball. 17th and Farnam streets.
The public Is Invited.
Not only watches and diamonds, but all
other Jewelry sold below prices at Huker-
maon'a storftj 0, . cor, XStU and. Pouglas.
Monument to J. Sterling- Morton.
For the unveiling ceremonies of the mon
ument to the late J. Sterling Morton at
Nebraska City, October 28, the Burlington
will run a special train to Nebraska City
on that date, leaving Omaha at t a. m
Returning special will leave Nebraska City
at 7 p. m. Ex-President Grover Cleveland
will deliver the oration. Ex-Vice President
Adlal E. Stevenson and, it Is expected, all
other living members of his cabinet will
be present. J. B. Reynolds, City Passenger
Agent, U02 Farnam St.
name given in the city directory here Is
Walter Hunter of the J. R. Snyder Com
mission company, who renides at i'430 Tern
pleton street, and Mr. Hunter says he Is
not the man, as he had no brothitr In that
part of the country or by that name. The
dead boy was found lying along the Erie
tracks in Warren and was identified by F.
8. Hunter of Cleveland, a brother.
Wanted Salespeople In the following de
partments: Umbrellas, men'a furnishings,
dress goods, linens,' white goods, gloves and
Infants' wear. None but experienced and
with references need apply. Apply Satur
day at oar old store between the hours of
11 a. m. and 2 p. m.
THOMPSON. BELDEN CO.
Nebraska Cny, neb.
Account unveiling of monument to the
Hon. J. Sterling Morton at Nebraska City
the Missouri Paciflo will sell round-trip
tickets at very low rates on October 17 and
28. Full Information City Ticket Office, a.
E. corner 16th and Farnam, or Union station.
22-K wedding rings. Fdnulm, Jeweler.
MORRILL AFTER A PREACHER
License Clerk Wants to Flud C lergx
maa Who Performed Cer
License Clerk Morrill Is doing a detective
act He is or the trail of a careless
preacher, name unknown, who appears to
have united In marriage Robert Newman
and Mary Wagner. The preacher has made
his return to the county Judge's nftice with
out filling out the blank the law provides
Bt the bottom of the license. As the groom
and bride gave their residence as "Cass
county," Mr. Morrill does not know where
to. address them to find out who married
them. If any one did, and so he asks The
Bee to give the rasa publicity so that the
Interests of all parties may be protected.
Harry B. Davis, vndertaner. Tel. i22a
Another Mailer Hunter.
The Bee Is In receipt of a copy of the
Daily Tribune of Warren. O., ef October
26. giving the account c( the death of a
Harry H. Hunter, 18 years of age, who
was seM to be a brother ef Walter Hun
ter of Omasa. JLt ouir uaa by lUat
The following births and deaths hava
been reported to the Board of Health dur
ing the twenty-four hours ending at noon
Births John W. Johnson, 1616 Ohio, girl;
Farl Fiilherglll. 19'Vi South Twentieth, boy;
W. W. Stewart, 3413 North Thirtieth, boy;
Josenh Morris. 2216 Charles, girl; John
Stepanek, W2 South Eighteenth, lioy.
Deaths Naney l. Taylor, lr.'l uavenport.
65; Oustav Olson. 2778 California. ; Oldeon
S. Owen. 2111 Emmet. 88; llenedict liaas,
St. Joseph's hospital, 73; William IL Has
sard, 1649 South Twenty-sixth, 64.
15 YEARS OFTORTURE
etching and Painful Sores Covered
Head and Body.
CURED IN wSTbT CUTICURA
' For fifteen year my scalp and
forehead waa one mats of scabs, and
rny body waa covered with sores.
Words cannot express how I so tiered
from the itching and pain. I had
given np hope when a friend told trie
to get Cuticura. After bathing with
Ctiticura Soap and applying Cuticura
Ointment for three days, uiy head
was as clear as ever, and to toy sur
prise and joy, one cake of soap and
one box of ointment made a com
plete cure in one wee, (signed)
H. B. Franklin, 717 WaabiafftA
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