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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1905)
The Omaha Daily
The Bee's Sunday Magazine
Features Out-top Those of
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ESTABLISHED JUNE 19, 1871.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1903.
SINGLE COPY THREE CENTS.
OMACt WEATHER FORKt AST PrHn Pnln.
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Green Trading Stamp
Saturday in China Section
This must be our biggest Dlnnerware Day of the year. Note the prices:
10Vtlece English Porcelain Dinner Sets, to close out. a set Jo.CO
English l'urreiuln. colonial blue dscoratlon, gold traced. Buy one piece or a
dozen, ut IP per rni aiscouni
lOO-plece lfi.M German China Dinner
S-ts. beautiful goods, 12.9ft
Ipeclal American Porcelain Bet. pretty
pink decoration, roll stippled, full
sizes all through. 1C0 9. OS
Vlso a pretty array vattern In the
Edwin al KnowiB 41(1
China, full set for
lapanese CI. ma Pieces, pretty odd ar
ticles for the table such as ollvo
Trnvs, Spoon Trays, Mustards, pala't
Bowls, etc. the largest line we huvc
ever shown, anil prices below all
competition 1 "onlile Green Trading
Htiunps all day Saturday.
WelHbael) Eights, the light "kind, llttod
complete In a hox. VSr"
Green Tiding gtarnpa
Beautiful Royal Purple Rrondrloth Full length Empire, trimmed with
velvet and silk ornaments, very full, fancy sleeves T C II 1
with cuff, lined with purple satin price .W
Reseda Green Broadcloth Full length, trimmed with green velvet, silk
braid und buttons, all seams covered wun 6tucnea
straps, lined with white satin price
WhUn Doenkin Hand embroidered in heavy white silk,
full fcleeve wllh deep cuff, lined with white satin price.
Empire Coat Full length, black and castor, strapped
stitched seams, flno kersey, satin lined $1G.G0 coat for.
X Double Green Trading Stamp Sensation
Children's, Infants' anil Mlsse' Coats Special sale prices Satur
day and with every coat will be given Double Ureen Tradtnn Stamps.
HOLIDAY" PRESENTS Out- first display In the Dry Goods Sec
tion. Thousands of lovely presents Pin Cushions, Toilet Sets, Smok
ers' Sets, Manicure Sets, Fancy Match Holders, China and Metal Pin
Trays, Purses, Bags, Card Cases, Puff Boxes; Cuff, Collar and Handker
chief Boxes. Come and see the display Saturday.
LADIES' I'NION Sl'ITS OHc Jersey ribbed, fleece lined Union Suits,
in cream, silk stitched und taped, worth $1.60 suit Sat
urday a suit nJJ
CHILDREN'S FLEECED VNDERWEAR Plain and jersey ribbed
Shirts and Drawers, heavy fleece lined, gray and cream, for IC
girls and boys, all sizes, special Saturday a garment. tJ
LADIES' HOSIERY -Lisle thread, heavy maco, fleece lined and
woolen Hoso, plain aud ribbed, warranted fast black, split soles or
black feet, regular 60c value, special Saturday 100
throe paiin for. ; . i ........ . .'. . I. V 1
SALE OF HAND HAGS Patent leather and imitation walrus leather,
In brown, tan und black, worth up to $1.00 Bale price AOr
Saturday each tTC
SALE OF COAT SCARFS Crepe de Chine and Silk Coat Scarfs, in
fancy colors and plain, with Duchess laco ends, regular $2 I An
and $2.60 values special Saturday each I.UU
BICi NECKWEAR SPECIAL--Fancy Embroidered Wash Stocks, Silk
Stocks, Lace and Bend Trimmings, Kuchlng Tops, Lace Stocks and
Fancy Embroidered Turnovers worth to 75c special "If
Saturday each. . . , DC
.SALE OF FINE INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS Ladies' pure Irish
linen hand embroidered Initial Handkerchiefs, full assortment of
Initials, regular !15o ones cut price sale Saturday
LADIES' KID GLOVE SALE French kid. undress and
lahed, silk lined mocha, heavy English kid and fleec
Gloves, largest assortment of colors prices per pair
$2.00, 1.50, 91.25 and
Every Pair Fitted and Warranted.
A GREAT SILK BARGAIN SATURDAY 20 pieces of Silk Poplin for
waists and dresses, beautiful luster and soft finish, Jn the following
plain colors: French grays, pinks, light blues, cardinals, navys,
champagnes, whites and blacks regular selling price 90c Tft
yard for Saturday only a yard JJC
BED COMFORTS $1.25 Each for Saturday 25 dozen fine Sllkollno
Bed comrorts, very large size, nil
cotton, worth $1.76, Saturday
20 dozen extra Quilted Bed Comforts,
$1.35, Saturday each
Our regular tl.00 Rug, 27x64, Batur
day at 4!c
Jarna and Chinese Mattings, reg
ular 20c and a quality, Saturday a
yard, for U.o
Silk Cords and Fringes, regular ac
anl loo quality, a rd, at 5o
W"ui ii uri, m iiii-iic iuo, nviui
MOO, Saturday at.
GRAIN TRUST CASE DROPPED
clatter Dismissed So Fat at "Present"
Federal Grand Jary is Concerned.
VAGUE . STATEMENTS ARE GIVEN OUT
II y Mitul Coaseat lacl Sam's
! ! Mir lr Farced to
Let f)a Their Deadly
And It came te pass!
i'eople who have been reading impas
sioned statement? la the papers during the
last few days to the effoct that "no matter
if the Grain trust did dissolve Itself the
proeecutloa would be pushed just the
same, pushed to the bitter end," or words
to that effevtr-are now beginning to look
up and tuke notice, lor It has come to pass
that the Grain trust Is not to be prose
cuted; at least the federal grand Jury,
which a few days ago was sicked onto this
defunct monster, has been coaxed to loosen
Its teeth and give the victim one more
chance for life.
"By mutual consent." as It were, the
"determined" plan to have the grand Jury
Investigate the men Involved In this trust
has been abandoned and Instead of telling
why Interested parties have gtven out
Here Is the atatetnent of District Attor
"This department has decided not to In
v ttigat the Nebraska Grain Dealers' as
f etation at this session of the grand Jury.
r reasons wmch are deemed sufficient.
This conclusion has been reached after a
full consultation with the attornej-s repre
senting the partlea who were to furnish
the government with the evidence In this
T A h A 2.
Booth on Main Floor
EXTRAS IN DINNERWARE.
Open Stock Patterns in over 60 styles
buy one dozen pbites or a lw-plece
Set all at the same rate.
Beautiful Haviland Patterns, a set
at tVnjO, Ilo.uO. J.I5.00 and HO W. Also
a few old pieces to close out in
Haviland, at one-third off regular
See the new White House Glassware
Wines. Sherries. Champagnes, (Job-
lets, flncer bowls, prices from
a dozen, $4.00 down
Full line of cut Tumblers, a
dozen, SIS. K to
Tumblers In pressed glass and blown
fcools, a dozen up lOC
Special for Haturday Pluin Crystal
And Ten Green Trading Stamps with
op Street Coats
nued with pure white
very large size, worth
Hemp Carpet, regular 25c quality, a
yard for 18c
Ingrain Carpets that retail for 36c and
4V, Saturday, yard ;9c
Cocoa Mitta. In all nlzea and qualities,
for tVJb. SSo. 8io. Hoc and 46c
I Rope Portieres, regular S2.S0 grade
I at jl 50
I Swiss Curtains. 3 yards long, In stripes
elm al!1, worm 1.10, Dturu&y.
pair, at 790
matter. I cannot at this time with pro
priety make a further statement."
Mr. Baxter did not say whether at any
future session of the grand Jury the case
would be Investigated.
Worrall and Peavej- oa Hand.
Thomas Worrall and Charles T. Peavey,
the moving spirits In the action against
the Nebraska Oraln Dealers' association,
reported at the federal grand Jury rooms
as usual rYlday morning with other wit
nesses, as is required of them dally. Mr.
"I do not know Just when the case will
be taken up by the grand Jury. We have,
up to this time, been directed to report
each morning, as have all the other wit
nesses. I do not know for a certainty
Just when the Investigation will be called,
but. personally, I am ready at any time."
Mr. Worrall had left the federal building
with Mr. Peavey before Judtie Baxter hud
announced the postponement of the bear
ing. K. 8. Howell of Jefferls & Howell, attor
neys for Worrall and Peavey. contributed
this frank piece of literature to the occa
sion: "JefTeils St Hoaell have had a full con
sultation with Judge Baxter over the mat
ter of presenting the Nebraska Oraln trust
case to the present grand Jury and as a
result Judge Baxter has concluded not to
present the matter, with which conclusion
we are In accord."
Nor did Mr. Howell say that any future
grand Jury would tuke action, but he In
sisted on tbe word "present" being printed.
LAMBERT IS THE STAR WITSE8S
Oresos Maa Gives Testliaoay la Laimd
The federal grand Jury has completed
Its Investigation Into the charges of Il
legal f-n 'lug of public Unds preferred
against Rv. George V. Ware ' I-nd,
8. D. The ultneasca have been UUiuisevU
r ti v
DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS
Come and see the finest doll display In the west.
Kid Body Doll, 14 In. high, good wig, shoes & stockings, 19r
Dressed Dolls for Saturday sale i9e
Kid Body Sleeping Doll, 35c doll, Saturday 2."o
50c Kid body, very large...' JMc
Kestner Kid Body, sleeping 2.V-
Kestner Kid Body, sleeping and jointed, extra good
Kestner Kid Body, full Jointed and sleeping ".V
Kid Body Dolls, each from 19c up to 99.30
Famous Kestner Jointed Bisque Dolls, 10c to ?.7.oO
Novelty Dolls and small Jointed Dolls at all prices.
Dolls of all nations cloth and unbreakable doll heads
doll sundries and readymade wear.
Doll Hats a specialty.
Double Green Tradinc Stamps in Doll Section Saturday.
SPECIALS I1N HARDWARE SATURDAY
TUG SALE OX GALVANIZED WASH Ti ns.
No. 0 Galvanized Wash Tub :14c
No. 1 Galvanized Wash Tub 30c
No. 2 Galvanized Wash Tub -tic
No. 3 Galvanized Wash Tub 41K-
DO.VT MISS THIS SALE.
Roasters for TliankftgiviiiK Forty Green Trading Stamps
with any Savory Koaster 92.25, $1.65, OHc
Forty Green Trading Stamps with LlsU Roaster 12.25,
$1.98 aud fl.78
Roasters selling up from :18c
Forty Green Trading Stamps with any set Carvers Saturday,
selllnft up from 91.10
DON'T FORGET WE'RE HEADQUARTERS FOR
HEATERS OF ALL KINDS.
Don't Fall to Soe Our Kpoclal Range for $24.50
Ten Green Trading Stumps with Bath Tub Soap Dish. . . .15c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with good Child's Toy Broom. lOo
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with nice Nlckle Plated
Crumb Tray 25c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with good Whisk Broom. . . .10c
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with Standard Toaster, best
Ten Green Trading Stamps with Iron Handle, lGc and. .10c
FOR BEST QUALITY AT LOWEST
Your choice to select from the fol
lowing leading best grades of Hams
Averts weight of rarli ham. 10 to 11 lhn.,
every bsm Is guaranteed to be 111,
th best, on n;ile t. a pound
And thirty drern Trading Stamps with
Morton-Gre?8on Co.'s Fancy
i. Ann. i.aiid.
Bennett's Special Lard, fresh kettle,
rendered, guaranteed, in PP
B-lb. pails, for DOC
And thirty Green Trading Stamps
vrith each Pall.
Veal Stew, lb for 2Sc
Pork Bhoulder Roast, lb 7r
Fresh No. 1 Iaf Ijrnl. 12 lbs. for... 41.00
Choice Hteer Rib Roust, rolled, all
bones out. lb. at 1J4r and Wr.
No. 1 Rib Boiling Beef, lo lbs. for... CBc
Veal Shoulder Roast, 4 lbs, for ::r.
Choice Lamb Leg, lb lor
CHOICE FRKSH DRESSED SrniXGS,
Cblrkena or Hens, selected stork.
poond avt 10.0
POULTRY FOR THANKSGIVINQ
Thousands of pounds of the choicest on
the market Turkeys. Geese, bucks and
Chickens Oysters and Celerv at the low
est market prlrc. Place your order now.
TIME FOR ROLLER
SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY
ON ROLLER. SKATES
'Boys' and Girls' Roller Skates, ad
justable to any aire, bard wood
rollers, all strapped, A r
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Same Skates with heel sup- g
port, at OOC
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps.
Boys' and Girls' Adjustable Rolled
Skates, with clamp and heel strap.
Hemaolte rollers, regular 1 IC
$1.50 skates, at
And Forty' Green Trading Stamps.
V also have a complete line of
Richardson's Roller Skates with
aluminum rollers for rink use.
Sporting Good, Department.
and moat of them returned to their homes
Friday morning. The star witness was
Frank Lambert, who was largely Instru
mental In securing soldiers' and widows'
filings on the lands In the Ware enclosures
in Thomas, Honker and Grant counties.
The Ware case Is the most Important one,
involving as It does the greatest area of
public lands under Illegal fence, approx
imating 160.000 acres.
It Is understood Jon J. Riley, the de
faulting assistant superintendent of the
Omaha postofflre money department has
reached the conclusion to enter a plea ut
guilty and trust to the mercy of the court
for a light sentence. Riley was Indicted
last week on the charge of embeizllng
1900 from the money order fund of the
The opening proceedings of the trial of
the $30,OM damage case of Miss Anna
Connell. against the Convent of Mercy
began Friday morning In the United States
circuit court. Miss Connell was the first
witness. Her story Is simply an oral
repetition of the petition filed In the case
hitherto published in The Bee. It Is in
substance that she entered the convent
as a sister of mercy and was required to
perform various household duties that
overtaxed her physical strength, whereby
she became a permanent invalid.
often dona by Indigestion la prevented and
cured by Electric Bitters. SO cents; guar
anteed. For sale by Sherman & McConnell
"Turn" Wllsoa teaalag Here.
IJeutenant Commander H. B. f'Tug")
Wilson. U. 8. N.. In charge of the as
signment of training of naval recruits
will visit the naval recruiting station in
this city on a tour of Inspection next week.
CoiinnundiT W ueon is one of the notable
characters of the American navy and
aerved for a time as executive ofheer on
board the Kentucky. under Admiral
Kltrt'tlng Bob Evans. He now has charge
t the training of about 4d.wK enlisted men
Ot I lie United Slates caw.
Bee our loaned unips
tures at prices from
In Oil Paintings. Water Colors". Car
bons and Photogravleres we have no
superior, and prices are right. kiO -From
$100 down to OV
AH purchases made Saturday will be
held for later deliveries, If so desired.
The Picture Window 16th street
lms received the highest praises of I
Omaha's Art Critics and the news- I
and the newest
Bennett's B Grocery
S.iturday's Special List
of Money Sawrs.
Extra Clerks Extra Deliverymcn
Double Green Trading- Stambs on
everything (excepting specials iOrorerin,
Teas and ColTees and Butter till 12 o'clock
Granulated Sugar, twenty-one pounds. .$1.00
Bennett's Bargain Soap, ten bars ao
California Prunes, pound 4c
Corn, 2-lh. can 5c
Kaked Brans, 1-lb. can 4c
4)11 Hardlnes. can He.
Salmon, pound can c
Potted Turkey, can 5c.
Catsup, bottle Sr
B hepp's Cocoanut. package 4c
t onuensrd Cream, can 4c
Forty Green Trnoing Stamp with sack
j'riae oi uennett s t imir i.:to
Fifty Green Trading Stamps with three
pounds finest Java anil Murlui Coffee. $1
Thirty tJreen Trading Slumps with pound
Tea (any variety) Wr
Ten Oreen Trading- Siamps with bottl"
Bennett's Capitol Kxinicts ISr
J'ifiy tJrern Trudlna .stamps with five
pounds splendid Tnpl'-ca .t5c
Ten (Jreen Trading S!nnp with can rln-
mond 8. Fruits, asnorted -jHc
Ten (ireen Trading Ptanips with pound
con Brnnett's Capitol Baking Powder. "4r
Fresh Roasted Colter, pound 16c
Twenty Green Trading Siamps with quart
bottle Diamond H. Catsup 3.V
Ten Oreen Trading . Stamps with .1ar
Bayls Herring : 12V4c
Ten ,reen Tradlngx. Stamps with thren
pnckiiges Bennett'k l iinml Mtm Mar.;5r
Ten (ireen Trading - Stamps with three.
pound ran Burnham s Clam Chowder. .or
Ten (Jreen Trading Stamps with three
packages Jellyeon, iissorted fla vors. . . .?5c
Ten tireen Trading Stamps with can Im
ported uv brand Sirdlnes 15c
Ten Oreen Trading Stamps with two pack
ages Wetmore's Gelatine iOr
Bulk Mince Meat, pound lie
Received direct from the best dairies.
Bennett's Capitol Creamery, the best ever,
pound brick. 1 full weight) !4c
Fresh Country Roll Butter, pound ISC
Headquarters for the best.
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound
full cream New York Cheese :V
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound
finest domestic BwIkh Cheese 22c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with Jar
Bayles' After Pinner Cheese 24c
WIA. UXB EVAPORATED FRCITS.
New Raisins, pound 10c
New Currants, cleaned, pound Pfc-
New Seeded Itnlslns. package 10r
New Candled Feel, assorted, puond 2fc
New Peeled Peaches, pound 2c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with quart
Sour Pickles 10c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with quart
Chow Chow Pickles 15c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with quart
small Sweet Pickles 2c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with quart
sweet Mixed Pickles 20c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pint large
Imported Queen Olives 23c
Ten (ireen Trading Stamps with quart
small white Tickled Onions 2ic
BENNETT'S CANDY SECTION.
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound
Moarhound l.oienges. fresh made l2Sc
Twenty Green Trading fctnmps with large
hox Marshmallows. vanilla flavored. .. .lS;
Thanksgiving Novelties, from 5c
Chocolate Creams, vanilla flavored, very
delicious, pound 12c
New California Figs, package 6c
RALPH WANTS LABORATORY
Health Commissioner Sajt One is Needed
Properly to Teet Milk.
PRESENT HOWL BSED ON POLITICS
.Notwithstanding the Sinister Motive
Deblad Illustrated Onslaughts,
Br, Halph Hopes for
Health Commissioner Ralph will present
a statement to the council Tuesday niKiU.
showing the expenditures of his olhce anu
asaiug an appropriation Uo made for a
city laboratory, in which all food tests, as
well as tests for diseases can bo made.
"We need a laboratory in which bacterio
logical analysis can bo madv." said Dr.
Kaiph, "U we had such a laboratory w
cuu.d examine milk every day and we could
test the tubes ourselves. With such a lab
oratory and a competent man in charge of
it, the good that would result could nut
be estimated. 80 far as milk testa are
concerned this department has not had
the money to make as many tests aa we
would like to. A member of the Woman's
club called on me in regard to the con
dition of the dairies and 1 said I would bt
glad to help in getting these dairies In
first class shape. I have visited a number
of the dairies and the two principal ones
that were complained of I found in a very
good condition. The place where the milk
was kept was clean, but the cerrall where
the cows stood was muddy. I told the
owner he would have to scrape the lot
and ha promised to do so. However, I
Shall make a personal Investigation of
every dairy In the city between now and
Art Display of Christmas Gifts
SATCRDAY WE START OfR APVAXCF. SHOWING "F llCTlRFS
PtlTATU.F. AS Pun 1ST MAS GIFTS OIK DISPLAY SfHPASSKS All.
1'KEVlUfS EFFORTS AND WE CAN SAFELY ASSERT THAT IT IS MOKE
THAN THE COMBINED SHOWING OE AM- OMAHA 8 ART SHOPS
. . ril'TVRE FR AM INOOur Christ-
or artistic pic-
mns orders are coining start your
Saturday. Ivnihlc Ureen Trailing
Stamps for Saturday onlv. Expert
work and money saving prices Hr
always to ho found at Bennett's Art
l'Y ROGRAPHY BARGAINS
l"ic Group Drtch
SiK- Sunbonnet Pictures,
signed frames ,
fl.i .Tnpancso Nut,
Outfits, tho best mru'e. fb.OO
Saturday Shoe Sale
Men's Kangaroo Calf Bluchers, lialmorals or congress,
double sole, Union Made work shoes, at
Boys' Storm Calf Can't Rip Double Hock Oak
Sole Shoes, at
(J iris' Box Calf, extension sole, patent tip school
Doctor Packard's Cushion Sole, tip or plain too,
The Knox Specials, hand-sewed rock oak soles,
3.50 and $4
BEST CLOTHING OFFER OF ALL THE YEAR
We Would Like to Have a. Heart-io-Heart Talk with the Nan
who needs a SUIT, OVERCOAT or CRAVENETTE RAIN COAT
Men's Wool Sweaters,
worth $3 and $3.50, at.
And Fifty Green Trading Stamps.
Men's Wool Underwear, C
worth $1. at DC
Men's Black Ribbed Underwear,
worth 50c, shirts only, OQ,
a garment Jk
$1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50,
$4, $4.50, $5; and $6. .
Five hundred pairs of Trous
ers, worth up to 6.00 at $3.00
the first of the year and every one no(
clean and in first class order will be re
fused a license.
Not as Bad as Painted.
"The condition of the milk, however. Is
not as bad as it has been painted, though
a test made every day would not be too
many. The way to make the tests la to
have our own laboratory and secure the
milk ourselves, or otherwise we cannot
get a conviction. In our laboratory now a
bacteriological analysis cannot 1 made.
In my opinion it will cost ll.nrio or ll,5" to
equip a luboratory. The money would he
well spent. While the howl about the milk
Is more politics than anything else, I hope
it will result In the city securing a good
first-class laboratory. With the money al
lowed this office It is Impossible to make
the tube tests and the milk tests aa often
as I would like to have t hern made, but I
consider the tube test the more important
and we have been looking after that more
than the milk tests."
WOMAN ASKS PARTICULARS
Mrs, Sanndrru Uemaads Hastiamd Be
Uperide and He Tries
to Do It.
In an amended petition in her suit for
divorce against Sherman Saunders, the
Bloomfleld (Neb.) banker, Alice Maude
Saunders asked that the court compel the
defendant to make more specific and defi
nite his charges of misconduct alleged
against her. She wanted names, dates and
places and the number of limes she was
said to bave been guilty of misconduct.
In an amended answer and cross-petlt.n
Just riled In the district court here M.
Saunders becomes definite and ipeiltlc to
the extent of several pages of rypew rltlng.
In numerous paragraphs he m ts out the
names of men. dates and places, tanging
I from vacant lots to butlness placet and an
In do- 20c
The Banner $5 Hat
A hiU if produced to tpecial order teould cost from $9 to
ilO-lfi a beautiful diets hat-a tpeeial " SINCLAIR
piece of icorimawhip in a very attractive and ex- C
clusivs style-SATVliD AY for 4J
In addition to these specials we are maiinj a
very pretty showinj of Trimmed Hats at
$2.00 and $3.50
which are exceptional values-
Tarn o' Shunters
Dennett' Label Is a. Guarantee or Your Money Back
. AVo bought 1,500 Suits and Overcoats from a few houses
lhat would not allow their goods to be advertised in their namo,
so we give vou the benefit of the
FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR PURCHASE.
Men's and Young
Men's Suits and
up to $30.01,
Men's and Young
Men's Suits and
up to $20.00,
BOYS' SUITS, DOUBLE-BREAST
Worth up to $3.95, at
Worth tip to $4.95, at
Worth up to $5.95, at..
S (o 111 years old.
With every Suit and Overcoat from
$3.95 and upwards, a Liberty Watch
Bargain Square 50c K Trousers, 25c
New Stetsons, $5 kind, 4 50
New Stetsons, $4 kind, IJQ
Largest stock of Men's Caps shown in
Omaha; both staple and novelty styles; plain
and fancy colors, prices 9-, i.50, FA
ftl.73 and JUC
Men's Cardigan Jackets, worth
Men's Smoking Jackets and Bath Robes new
comers to the city $11.95
Boys' All-Wool Underwear, worth
Boys' Fleeced Lined Underwear,
worth 35c and 50c, at ,
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
A large variety of hoys' Caps to select from latest fA
styles and patterns, choice IC
IN BARGAIN SQUARE
Several hrokeu lots of Boys' and Children's Caps, worthy C
.'!5' and 50c. On sale Saturday, at
Children's Tarn O'Shanters, from $2.00 down
Stocking Caps, 75c, 50c, 35c
uncompleted parsonage, with whom and In
which wrongful acts are alleged to have
occurred. It is also set up by Mr. Saun
ders that as to certain other occasions
mentioned he cannot name the men in
volved, not being acquainted with their
The Bloomfleld banker admits the wife's
visits to Florida and to Portland, which
she alleged were caused by his actions, but
he sets up that the trips were taken only
after consultation with himself and her
parents and brother, because of her ul
leged Indiscreet actions. He therefqro asks
that lie be given the decree of divorce and
that he hav his costs of action.
EVERYONE W0RKS BUT FATHER
Colored Maa Actually Wants Wife
Arreeted on Grounds of
A genuine case of "every one works but
father" has been discovered In Omaha.
The father In the case, George Washington
Rice, colored, presented himself before
Chief of Police Donahue Friday mirnlng
with, a mournful plulnt of marital mis
fortunes und a requ'-st that Mrs. George
Washington Rice be arrested on the rhaige
"Ah wants to confah wld de chief ob de
police," were the words that caused Chief
Donahue to look up from his morning paper
and behold a champagne vest obstructing
his vision. The speaker's head was six
feet from the floor, requiring the chief to
wrinkle the bark of his neck to focus his
eyes on the face of the caller. The visitor
was directed to a chair and bade to make
a clean breatt of it all.
"Man name urn Jawge Wash't'n Rice, an'
Ah in habin' a heap ob trouble wld de
ole gal. Iast night, sah, she done throw
a pall ob slop ot.er raah hade an' tola me
tj come back no uioah. Ah 'f-;. gab. All
Saturday in the
Special Values to buy
ers of Tlianksgiv
For Turbans an I Hats of
Mini; Chinchilla, Squirrel,
Etc-, richly trimmed with
Flowers or Ostrich,
$7.49, $8.98 and up
- All wool
50c and 25c
Men's and Young
Men's Suits and
up to $13.50,
hain't done no wuk foh a year, but she
am makln' nine dollahs a week, an' Ah
hab been keepln' de bu'glars away from de
cabin, been keepln' her good company,
neber once whipped her an' alera wound de
clock at night time. Now she tells me to
skidoo an' get a real Job," said Rice.
"Do you not think you should contribute
to the support of your family as a father
and husband?" asked the chief.
Rice explained he played a mandolin in
saloons until the order prohibiting musto
in saloons mas Issued, after which time
the man says he has been unable to sccura
employment to his liking.
Rico appeared quite serious In the mat
ter of trying to have his wife arrested on
the grounds of nonsupport. The chief told
t lie man a few things, which had the effect
of making Rice feel like going home, taking
off his fancy vest, donning a pair of over
alls and getting In close touch with a hod
Mrs. Rice has been supporting herself,
children und husband for a year by doing
washing and other work.
WORK ON THE BIG DORMITORY
Excavation for llulldluar at Iwenly
r'Ktli aad California streets
Is lieu an.
Crelglitou university dormitory, whhii It
was reported would Is- erecti J next sum
mer at a cost of IW.'-u. probably will be
ready for occupancy by that time. Work
wus Isirun Finiay morning on the ex
cavation for the foundation and It is
understood It will tie pushed lo completion
The building will be erected at Twenlj -fifth
end Callfciiiiia streets, and will be
Used exclusively ly the students of the
university as a dormitory. It will be con
structed by the Crelghton University ,
Harry B, Davis uudcrukti, Talj lCf
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