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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, '10, 1005.
"NEW MACHINE" IS ON DECK
Iroatch-Donissa Combination Plana t
' Em Omaha Polities for a While,
WORK ALREADY VISIBLE IN LATE ELECTION
Interesting Llae of Talk from m
Fnllllrtnn Who Claims to Be
'la forme tf What la Point
on the Inutile.
The outcome of the election In Omaha.,
with Its revelation In the figures of a read
justment of the forces In different ward,
hat started lots of talk about the forma
tion of a "new machine" In fnct. the talk
Is that the "new machine" Is partly If not
wholly formed already.
'"Can you read between the election fig
ures?" asked a well known politician who
keeps In touch with all the live wires.
"It's plain as the none on a man's face to
any one who has kept his eyes open. The
'new machine' has been working already
end the new machinists take all the credit
to themselves of savins; McDoruild and
running; Leslie up out of danger.
Who's Who In the Game.
"Who's In the 'new machine?' Why,
you're way behind the times. It's Broatch
and Spratlen and Tom Dennlson, and some
of them put Wattles In it, too. Dennlson
is to deliver the Third ward goods again
In conjunction with the powers that be In
i lie police commission, as swung by
Broatch and Spratlen. Dennlson's chief
lieutenant for outside skirmishing is Tom
Lee,, the city prosecutor. Don't you re
member how he delivered the Third warj
to Gurley against Kennedy last year by
showing the colored leaders a telegram
from Dennlson saying it was to his in
terest to have Gurley get a majority In
"The funny part of It Is that the nevr
combination puts Dennlson and Walter
Molse Into one package, tied with the
same cord. The cord is Broatch, who
pulls Molse around with him wherever he
goes. Broatch had Dennlson and Molse
both working together to rescue McDonald
at this election. Tom Flynn was counting
on past favors to hold Dennlson, but the
promises of Broatch for the future out
weighed all that and the democratic Third
went republican on everything except
sheriff, and almost republican on sheriff.
. Where Wattles Cornea In.
"The next step Is to make Broatch mayor
In the spring, and the program may go fur
ther and Include the making of a I'nlted
States senator next fall. That's where
Wattles comes in they are holding that up
in front of him if he will bring the street
railway company and his bank and his
barrel and some of the other big corpora
tions Into the game. In fact, they say that
Wattles lined up the street car vote for
McDonald this time as it was never lined
up before under Frank Murphy, and he let
loose of some dough, too. He Is the man
that 'does things,' as they put it, and could
help attach a section of the Fontanelle
gang to the machine if he would only take
oft his coat and Jump la.
"What Is to beoome of the other candi
dates for mayor? Why, Benson has been
sidetracked already and Charlie Saunders
can't get but a part of the Fontanelles. The
old machine might be rallied for Cowell or
Ilennlngs, minus the Dennlson end of it.
but the 'new machine' is counted on to
push Broatch In between both sides, either
singly or combined. I tell you things have
been moving fast these past few weeks."
TOM LEE FREES SALOONMEN
Refuses to Prosecute Men Who Ad
mitted Breaking; Law Mayor
Indignant at Action.
Notwithstanding the statement made by
Chief pf Police Donahue Wednesday that
the various saloonninn, who were arrested
for keeping their saloons open on elec
tion day. agreed to appear In police court
Thursday morning and plead guilty to the
charges, against them, they were all dis
missed . In police cout Thursday morning
for want of prosecution.
City Prosecutor Lee said he did not file
complaints against the men because he
had no case against them and added -that
It requires evidence to convict a prisoner
In court. On the other hand the police
department maintains It has evidence that
the saloonmon arrested violated the law
which provides saloons shall remain closed
during the hours the polls are open on
election day. One of the saloonmen was
arrested by Chief of Police Donahue
The saloonmen in question are: John
McCaffery. JH Boutb. Sixteenth street;
Alfred Keller, Sixteenth and Manderson
streets) Henry Anderson, 307 South Thir
teenth street; Anton Krecke, 1102 South
Sixth street; Adolph Hruta, Thirteenth
and William streets.
Reference to the prosecution against five
saloon keepers arrested for keeping open
election day, Mayor Moores said:
"I ordered the prosecution to be discon
tinued because the police force was unable
generally to enforce my order to keep all
the saloons closed election day. I found
the men arrested were not the only viola
tors. It Is not right to make fish of one
and fowl of another. Therefore I directed
the complaints be withdrawn. On election
day as at other times our police force
demonstrated It is insufficient to enforce
the laws. The force is not large enough
and part of what we have is both wooden
headed and wooden-legged. I am thinking
of having a number of the Incompetents
suspended. Time and aguiu I have given
orders to the force that havs never been
Last Supreme effort.
In a last supreme effort to cure Constlpa
tlon, biliousness, etc.. take Dr. King's New
Lite pills. c, For sale by Sherman &
MoConell Drug Co.
Cremer-Cbate Honses Sold.
The residence and adjoining buildings at
U'-,V,?UlhW",t n"- Twenty-first and
Webster streets, known as the "Mrs Ida
rremer-Cbute property." has been soli
through F. D. Wead. to George Oans of
Nebraska City, a prominent stockman with
Urge Interests In Cass count v. Mr 'nans
will move his family here and make that
11000. r,"ldenc' The consideration wai
Entire stock of new, up-to-date
Millinery to be closed
put at once. Don't miss the
105 South 15ih St.
Friday is Our Great
TS.es ia nist
in v n
vt inii.. i it 1 1 w--m ia lliff
A whole store full of striking bargains.
EXTRA SPECIALS IN BASEMENT
Yard wide printed cretonne, suitable for comfort cov
ering the regular 12o qualityin long
lengths, for, per ymrd.
The regular 12c grade Bated seersucker ginghams will C
go in mill lengths at, per yard tj C
Heavy quality highly mercerized black sateen, sells at
40c from the bolt in long mill Itngths, at, yard....'.
OMAHA WRATH KR FORECAST Friday. Fair.
Neat Printings, heavy fleece back
wrapper flannel, at p?r
Mill lengths thlrty-six-lnch percale, dark
styles, wortn lane per yard, a
long as it lasts, for per
Heavy fleece cotton bed blankets 11-4 and
12-4 size, In white, gray and tan, -) f
some are imperfect, values up to S.t.
$1.60 pair, will go at. each
Imported cretonne prinlted in styles suit
able for laundry bags, shoe bags, Z I
eta, half yard lengths, for, JiC
per yard .e
Cinderella flannels In white, cream,
red, baby blue and pink, excel
letat quality, at, per yard
Splendid quality light and dark
outing flannel, long useful
lengths, for, per yard
We will sell 15 yards of unbleached mttslin to a cus
tomer, at, per yard. ......
Mill lengths of all linen Russia and
BaniNley Toweling, worth up to C
12Vio, Friday, per yard JC
U-lnch all linen napkins, made from drum
mer's samples of fine damask. These
napkins are all nicely hemmed
and worth three times the price j(J
asked. Friday, each
Big bargain square of all kinds of table damask at very much less than
Latest Fall and Winter Dress Goods
Two large bargain squares at main entrance filled with best
grades of stylish winter fabrics. -Every skirt and suit length,
black and all colors. Remnants taken
from regular department, worth
75c to $1 yard, at, per yard . . t . . . .
Trench Flannels, walstings and double width wool dress goods for
kimonos, wrappers, waists, children's dresses, .
etc., at, per yard ,
Travelers' samples at 29c each.
Matched samples, black and all colors
best imported dress goods, (4 to 8
Dress goods at 10c each. Every
Imaginable kind and color for chil
dren's dresses, waists, etc., (on sale
in the basement).
20,000 Yards of New Embroidery
An importer's trial sample strips, just received from the
customs house all new and fresh fine pat
terns, worth as high as 15c a yard, at,
New York importer's sample pieces of all our laces
t none less than half yard each,, at, each ......
Remnants of Fine SilksSample pieces bright pretty silks for
black and colored velvet remnants, each . . fA
fancy work and hundreds of pieces of fine 4CJCillC
2.500 yards fancy silk, 2
to 15 yards, waist silks,
also black peau de cygne,
and black taffeta,
all on bargain q. JQ
Remnants of fine black
silks, rustling taffetas,
- peau de sole, etc., at
FRIDAY'S NOTION SALE--Sample lot of notions of oyer 6,000 pieces, con
sisting of pins, pin cubes, indestructable pins, tape measurements,
drees shields, collar buttons, needles, hair pin cabinets. ,
hat pins, etc., worth Be to 15c, in Annex, at V
Shirt waist silk, plaid,
plain and changeable taf
feta, broche chameleon,
fancy ar- i n in s n
mure, etc., A f-dV-lsVC
r e r . w f bf
FRIDAY IN THE BASEMENT
0) KMM K v
Green Trading Stamp Booth Main Floor,
AND WE ARE QUITE THE BIGGEST THING YET IN
"THE NEW RETAIL CENTER"
Dry Goods Section
Cloaks and Suits
When you come down town to shop Friday, bear in mind the
greatest genuine bargains in Omaha are right in Brandeis' base
ment clothing department.
Boys' $1.00 and 75c Knee Pants at 39c All wool ma
terials, made with double seat and knee, you pay
$1.00 or 75c anywhere for pants that
are not half as good as these,
1,000 pair Corduroy Knecif 60 doz. Boy's Flannelette iq
Pants, 50o values, at. . t)C Waists and Blouses H7L
Men's $3.06 Pants, good strong materials, suitable
for work or semi-dress
Men's $7. SO Suits r Overcoats at $4.75
Good well . made single or double
breasted suits. Keep warm in one
of our overcoats black, oxford
and fancy belted coats, would be a good
bargain at 17.50; Friday
Boys' $5 Overcoats at $298
Long, loose-fitting, stylish gar
ments, ages 9 to 16, fancy
black or oxford, also 6izes 3 to
8, iu new Russian style
none worth less
3 1 jl O tF LIS
Boys' Knee Pants
Suits at $1.75
Strictly all wool double
breasted or Norfolk
style, suits for ages 4 to
16; splendid values for
school, fine bar
The Best Boys' School Shoes Ever Sold at $1.39
Youths' and Boys' School Shoes, all solid, the best school shoes
for boys ever sold, every pair guaranteed, at .JU
fir Gorham Sj.
ff Sterling Silver
;7 The standard of , excellence.
3 A piece of It lasts a lifetime. VI
It Is always s treasured pus- Li
1 session. If you w .-'i a wedding II
present what mere acceptable
Ystft could you send? 1'i
VV Our stock Is large and va- ill
Come and see. -. Xy
'.in -ar-m . . a
222 South Ifl2 itt Omaha !
Jos. F. Bilz
I wish to Inform you that I
have made a change and am now
D with the firm of Joa. F. Bilz. at H
& nn c . . . V. .fi.v . . 1. T .m H
odA ncut.il ;qiu Bircci, wucrv i win
be pleased to meet all of my old
friends and new ones. Jos. F.
Bill has added a new and com
plete art and needlework depart
ment, which will have my personal
attention, and we will endeavor
to keep the newest and most com
plete needle and fancy work de
partment In the city In all Its
Stamping done to order, also
special designs to order.
Thanking you for all past fa
vors, and hoping to meet you at
the new store and on the ground
MRS. L. BROWN.
, Formerly with Boston Store
Art Department of Joa. F. Bill,
Bennett's Bi Grocery
THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY ON
ALL. PURCHA8ES AND A GUAR
ANTEE OF BEST QUALITIES.
Granulated Sugar A A
21 pounds for IUU
Twenty s-een tradlns stamps with lb.
package Bennett's 'Capitol Coffee.. &c
TweHy .(m trading stumps with lb.
B. F. Japan Tea yc
Ten green trading stamps with can
Bennett's Capitol .; .-round Black
Ten green tracing stamps with Ib.-cnn
Bennett's Capitol Baking Powder.. 2k:
Ten' green trading stamps with glass
tumbler Cranberry Sauce 10c
Ten green frodlng stamps with three
packages Jella-Crysta. assorted.... 25c
Twenty green trading stamps Oe
with lb. Imperial Japan 1a...J
Tn green trading stamps pound-can
Diamond "R1' Cove Oysters ISc
Ten green trading stamps with two
pkgs. Bennett's Capitol Wheat 20c
Ten green trading stamps with cske
Ahdlll's Laundry Queen, the best
washing compound ioc
Twenty green trading stamps with run
Diamond "8" Fruits, assorted 28c
Ten green trading stamps with cn
Diamond "S ' Early June peas. ...ISc
Ten green trading stamps with csn
Diamond ."B" Sifted Early June
Ten green trading stamps with pound
New York Full Cream Cheese 2Hc
Ten green trading stamps with pound
finest domestic Swiss Cheese 22a
AGENTS FOR TETLEY'S INDIA
AND CEYLON TEAS. BIG GUESS
ING CONTEST ON.
Headquarters for fresh, salt
and smoked flsh. The largest assort
ment in the city. 11
SMOKED WHITE FISH sit vnv
S'JiT ALK J9" OF BEST
FISH U ALL BRANDS COD
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
CELERY. OYSTERS' SHRIMPS AND
MEAT SECTION BASEMENT. '
THE RIGHT PLACE TO HAVE 'EM
FILLED IS AT BENNETT'S
ARE THE THREE DOMINANT
FACTORS IN OUR PRESCRIP
Chocolate Creams, vanilla flavor, lb. lie
Blanched Peanuts, verv delicious. tn
green trading stamps with each lb.22?
Thanksgiving Turkey Candy Box ph.
each 30c lie
Roaet Turkey Candy Boxes, each.
ix and ioc
"A GROWING QUESTION"
Have You Purchased
Your Stove Yet? ,
The Peninsular holds highest place in
the world of stoves. It is built of first qual
ity goods the highest grade of pure gray iron for
all castings the purity of this iron and the qual
ity of the workmanship explain the wonderful
durability of all Peninsulars. '
We have a splendid display section of these
wonderful heat givers. SEE THEM!
up from. . . .
8.50 EttpNfrom 25.00
LADIES' EMPIRE COATS Heavy kersey, black and color", f 1 Cft
satin lining, very latent model .tD9
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS Our $12.50 rack baa been replenistaedb"y
a lot of handsome new Suits, Including a Jacket style, dark and
light Scotch mixtures, self-trimmed with straps, jacket f C A
lined with fin satin a $20.00 style for I.jU
LADIES' BLACK CHEVIOT COAT Three-quarter length,
strapped a good $10.00 coat for i . . . .
im.:- II AVE N ETT E RAIX COAT Tan only, half-fitting. C O C
strap seams, worth $10.00, for J.ifJ
CHILDREN'S DRESSES Nearly 500 to select from ages 4 to
DOUBLE GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH EVERY DRESS.
' i I, i i
I Special Bargains for Friday
A PILLOW TOP FREE By purchasing 20c worth of Embroidery Silk
and one 5c Lesson Book we will present you with a Pillow Top FREE.
SALE OF LADIES' UNDERWEAR One-half Wool Shirts and Drawers
or Union Suits, fleece lined, natural gray, worth $1.69, f 1C
special Friday a suit
HOSIERY BARGAIN Ladles' and Children's Wool Fleece Lined and
Lisle Hose, plain and ribbed, warranted fust blnck, special 1 C
a pair. ADC
APRON CHECK GINGHAM Worth 8c yard. Friday M I
a yard ltzC
WRAPPER FLANNELS Pretty, dark colors, worth Sc yard, "" Ml
Friday yard ,. f C
ALL OUR REMNANTS of fine Flannelettes and Waistings, worth O
up to 59c yard, Friday a yard, only QC
ALL TABLE LINEN REMNANTS, odd Table Napkins and Crash Tow
eling to be sold Friday at less than cost.
REMNANTS OF LININGS Sateens, Percalines. Near Silks IA
Spun Glass and Moires, worth up to 50c yard, Friday a yard IlIC
SE1,DKwCHI1':l,SALE--Ladle8, I)la1 hemstitched,' Sheer
Linen Handkerchiefs, worth up to 10c special sale t
dozen, JJiio, or each "C
5Frtda? PIECES OF L-,)I, XKCKWEAli,' worth to 25c
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S MITTENS Fine " Woolen ' Mittens' r9v
JZTuh .,n.b,.a.c.and ,c.!?r.8: Oc
Friday Special irv the Big Crockery
CHINA AND FANCY GOODS FOR WEDDING
AND CHRISTMAS PRESENTS IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
New Seven-Piece Berry Set Large bowl, six
i)rA AT J atlriled. nosltlvelv a II 2K valn Frlilsv
t. -.xviJ w . . - v.;'
a 25c value Friday, each 10c
Fine Crystal Glass Jus-A good 20c value.
(one to a customer) none delivered. Friday, each 5c
Colonial Table Tumblers A fine crystal, regular $1.00 a dozen
(only fifty dozen to be sold at this price) Friday, six for 80c
Teapot Tiles Good decorations, gold lined, Friday, one to a customer,
Sewing Machines and Supplies
Anything and everything in this line, from a needle to the very finest
Cabinet Machines of any Standard make. Our prices are moderat and goods
of best quality. When in need of anything pertaining to sowing machines
give us a trial. We guarantee satisfaction.
P. E. FLODMAN A CO..
Telephone 1574. 1514 Capitol Avenue.
W manufacture our own trunks. travlln bas;s ani su.
eases. Ws make thorn of th beet material. Our workman
ship ia unexcelled. We soil them or less than Inferior
radw would coat you efeei here. If you buy of us
will set the best you will save rfioney you will be better
satisfied. Leather Bound Matting- Suit Cases, tl&O, un and
(4 UO. We do repairing".
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY,
THE RELIABLE STOKE.
Great Remnant Bargains
from the surplus wholesale stock of
TOOTLE, WHEELER & MOTTER.
All Kiii"irt Ipn erf Via f mm f hi a crmnf c4 rrh- o nrl rnTnn onl o nyvii tf.
- n nwik' vi ia w lt si,4 vim I'lV't I IlllVt IV UlUIUIb VV ULU LA j.
lations from this week's great sales, will go at ridiculously low
Remnants of Wool Dress Goods.
but any tIpcq will mnkr a full garment.
10.O0O yards of E4. 6, A snd Srt-lnch all wool
suitings, and 44 and 4-lnch silk and wool
suitings, knspys. bmaiirloths, tailor sult
Inns. shirt waist suitings, niohMlrs. etc..
worth from $l.rt to J3.9S yard In lengths
from 2H to 8 yards from 8:30 to 11.30 at
59c, H9c, 39c and 25c a Yard
FROM It TO 4 P. M.
we will give a arand clearing; sale of rem
nants of all kinds of wool goods, worth
up to $3.9 at
49c, 39c, 25c and 15c a Yard
We will sell remnants of linings. In all
kinds, up to 58a yard, 1fir
at. yard ...."-
Unmatchable Bargains Friday in
Silks and Velvets.
Velveteens. In reds, greens, blues, browns.
yellows and blacks, the 39o s E
grade, at IOC
Corduroys, velvet cords, fancy velvets.
remnants of color silk velvet of $!.( and
II. BO value to close lO.-,
Friday, at llVC
Remnants of plain and fancy lOr
silks at IC
On our bargain counter In main department
the greatest line of high grade silks ever
offered 6.000 yards of fancy s
tip to X2.00 at
3fi-inch black peau de sole,
$1.25 grade at
36-lnch black moire renaissance
7-inch black moire renaissance
Remnants of Linens, Muslins, Sh eetings
Long cloths, cambrics, bleached muslin and
worth from h'jc to lie yard all at one
price to close A 8 r
at, a yard BW
Remnants of table linens, in lengths from
1L yards to 3 yards, goods worth from
HSc to $2.00 yard to close
15c, 25c, 39c and Wc a Yard
Remnants of towelings, worth from 6c to
ike yard, win go at
2 he, 5c, 8hc and 10c a Yard
1,0"0 napkins. In odds and ends, 18 to !4-ln ,
worth from 81.00 to 86.00 per dosen, band
some, neat patterns will ICic
close at, each 1 vW
60 other snups in the linen department.
Remnants of Wash Goods in Do
Short remnants of percales, prints, llan
nelettes. etc., worth from 6c to l(c yard,
wUlgo at, a 2iC
Longer remnants of flannelettes, percales,
prints, etc., worth 11r
& and l"c, at WW
Remnants of fins percaies, the ISHo quality,
will go at, a En
Reinnunts of madras, etc., worth
fifim up to l!6c yard
lo yards of all kinds of cotton goods,
!!c, 3?sc, 5c, 7Vc, i'c and loc yard.
Flannel Department Bargains.
Reniimnls of Arnold's superfllne 36-Inch
fluiinelctles, all new patterns, sold every
where at 18c and 15c, to close Cr
out Friday, ut, yard -''
Remnants of ioc Amoukeag, teazledown
outing flannel SC
Remnants of 12'4c, plain colors,
baby flannel, ut, yard
Remnants of 12c extra heavy cot
ton flannel, at, yard "'
Remnants of best made l-'c
outing flannel at
Prices That Are Interesting to Shrewd Buyers.
21 lbs, pure cane granulated sugar $1.00
48 lbs. fancy high patent Minnesota
10 bars best brands laundry soap 3c
8 lbs. best Pearl Tapioca, Sago, Hominy,
Barley or Farina 25c
7 lbs. best rolled oatmeal 2&c
8 lbs. hand picked navy beans., 2iio
Hb. pails pure fruit Jelly 174c
Jellycon or Jollo. pkg 7c
2-lb. ran sweet sugar corn So
2-lb. can wax or string beans 6c
2-lb. can Early June sifted peas 7Vic
Falo breakfast, pkg THt
OMAHA'S GREATEST FRESH FRUIT
Bushel boxes fancy Colorado eating
Cape Cod cranberries, qt S'o
Bushel boxes fancy Colorado eating
Funcy Malaga grupes, lb 12H0
8 measures fresh masted peanuts. ...... km
New cooking figs, lb 7Vjjg
3-buxhel barrels fancy New York Bald
win apples $4.54
The janitor service in The Be
Building is as near perfect as it can
be, remembering that janitors are
human. Offices from $10 to $4?
per month several desirable ones
from which to choose.
and Cross or Locket Is the thing this fall. Nothing
nicer for a Christmas present for a lady. Then gold
beads are the proper thing also. We have a nice stock
of these goods. !n gold and gold filled. Step In and sea
them before selecting your Christmas present. Look for
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
1510 Douglas St.
all PrlncJ pal
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cart
Dlninj Cart, Meal a la carte
Buffet Observation Cars
Composite Buffet Cars
Tourist Sleeping Cars a Specialty
Free Reclining- Chair Cars
r ITT TICKET orricK.
F AH VIM ITHKKT.
Sflg Best of
The Only Double
25 Per Cent
Than the one wiy fare fsr
round trip tickets
Tha Black Hills,
Many South arn Points.
Nov. 7 and 21.
Ctty Office -
14011403 FARNAM 6T.
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