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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1905)
PAGES 1 TO 8.
ESTABLISHED JUNE 10, 1671.
OMAIIA, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1005.
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS.
Wo. Give our Employees a. Full Holi
CUSTOMERS WILL GREATLY AID BY MAKING
EARLY PURCHASES. STORE OPEN WEDNESDAY
(RED LETTER DAY) 'TILL 9:00 P. M.
ffTi 'If MM IT
LM hi U
Green Trading Stamp Booth on Main Fioor
Monday attractions with I'hanhs
giving specially in view.
Those $6, $7 and $9 Trimmed C
The leading reasonably priced hat of the lumr.
Stork strictly fresh and new.
Designs vai ied and oritjinaL
Shapes distinct ire dud attractive.
Colors bright, brilliant an I lasting
A hat that's absolutely unmatclied in the city
at doliart more.
We make a special sales day uf this splendid
liece of headgear.
FIVE DOLLARS. FIVE DOLLARS.
JIEltETS ANOTHER SPECIAL.
$ot $6, and $7 French Feather Turbans all colors. These
desirable feather hats require just a little dash of trim
ming of the right sort to make them swell for Q&
theatre party or church your choice. Monday.... U
Forty Green Trading Stamps -with Savory or LiskQQ
Roaster, prices up from ZrOC
II II 'I I '.A
T..WV ' 1 l.nth.r hi ir Inr sT r..'V.
i nr rAftTri. ' b. ,w . 'v
1 Up from -
38 c -els
Doa't fall to .a la on thla special prlca for a . .J '
' .:. " ... 4 Roaater. V1-' " 1 1 1 1
Forty Green Trading Stamps with any set Carvers selling up from. .$1.40
Ten Green Trading Stamps with Cadet Lantern, fine for house use. . . .25c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with can Yellow Label Stove Polish 15c
Ten Green Tradipg Stamps with can Sapolln Stove Enamel 15c
Forty Green Trading Stamps with Waffle Iron, 85c and ..78c
STOVES See our big lino before buying.
See our Special Range for....' . .$24.50
Base Burners up from., $25.00
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Monday's List of Trde Winners
BPBCIAL OFFER ON JOS. TET
I.KY & CO.'S INDIA AND CK1T
Sixty Green Trading Stamp with
lb. enn Sunflower -ir"
bra ml iot
Thirty Own Trading Stamps with
half lb. can Sunflower Al
brand f m
Fifteen Green Trndine; Stamps with
quarter lb. can Sunflower Oir
Forty Green Trading Stamps with
pound can Yellow K , .
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
half lb. can Yellow 'lllr
Ten Green Trading; Stamps with
quarter lb. can Yellow f :r
Thirty Green Trading Stamps with
pound fresh roasted Golden Ofi.
fcantns Coffee U
New Raisins, 1 lip
New Currants, cleaned, I Or1
nnilntl . ... sww
put up ten
New fanry Oregon Prunes.
pounds In box,
New Candied Feel, assarted,
New Peeled Peaches,
Ten Green Trading Stumps with can
Diumond S Fruits, CM '
Ten Green' Trading Stamps with p(ht
bottle Diamond S Chill 'm.r
Swift's I'ride Soap,
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound
can Bennett's Cupllol sAr.
Buklng Powder sW
Ten Green Trading Stamps with glass
Tew Green Trading Stamps will) three
parkub'cs Bennett's Capitol '--
Mince Meat AO
HEAPQt'AHTERS FOR THB
BEST AT LOWEST PRICES.
Fresh Country Roll
Bulk Mine Meat, 10-
Ten Oreen Trading Stamps with pound.
full cream New York
Ten Oreen Trading Stamps 1(ir
with quart Sour Pickles '
WE CLOSE ALL DAY THANKSGIVING
Bennett's ChinaL Sectioa
Is a perfect mare al the present timo. Such au uwortmcnt of beauti
ful China was never bnore seen In Omaha. Nurh well known makes as
Donlton & Co., Wedjjewood & Co., Coalport China, Crescent China All
the very latoMjCnullsh potteries. Pouyat & Co., Haviland Co., Ik-rnard
and Co. The best from .France.
Austrian China, ticrman China and American goods
from the finest makers.
' See the China for the Children Buster Brown and
Nursery Rhyme on plates, cups and
saucers, milk sets. Plates at 10c
Cream Jugs, at 10c
Milk Sets, at 25c
Finest line of Brass Lamps, new designs, new shades and
new globes, priced up from $2.00
One hundred Green Trading Stamps on any Lamp Mon
day up from $2.00
Fifty Green Trading Stamps on any fancy China Salad
Bowl Monday, up from $1.00
Hundreds to choose from extra good values at $1.60,
11.25 and $1.00
Beautiful egg shell China Cups and Saucers, a handsome
line, at 35c, 25c and 20c
Ten Careen Trading Stamps with each one Monday.
AX EXTRA SPECIAL MONDAY.
German China Sugar and Cream Sets, pretty shape and
decorated, one pair to a customer, none delivered, a
A GREAT ART DISPLAY
Our present display surpasses all our previous efforts and
whacks the combined showing of all Omaha's art shops.
See our loaded tables of artistic'
pictures at prices from II. UO Iflr
down to iww
In oil paintings, water colors, carlxin and
photogravures we have no superiors and
prices are right. From 1 U()
down to "
All purchases will be held for later deliv
eries If so desired.
Pyrogrqphy Hargain for Monday.
Paper Knives, odd shapes, for 12c
25c and V Frames, oval and
45o Trunk Shaped
ftV Trunk Shaped tlHr
1140 extra large deep Photo f f
$1 W Pyrography Points, the bert 110
Outfits, J.V0O, $3.35 1,69
PlCTl'RB FRAMING Start now! Double
green trading stamps for Monday only.
Expert work and money-saving prices always.
Elegant display of Steins--Handsome goods at $1.50,
11.25 and 08c
Forty Green Trading Stamps with each Stein sold up
from 08c Monday.
We show over 50 different patterns In Dlnnerware, the
finest Havlland, English and American goods, prices
range from, a set, $150.00 down to $0.08
Splendid values from $20.00 down to $10.00
Double (iree.n Trading Stamps Monday on Dlnnerware
l g-ti j
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS!
Everything in the Doll Line, from head
to foot ready made wear, doll sun
dries and the finest lino of kid dolls,
dressed dolls and ull the little bisque
jointed dolls, ns low Ifln
V " .
A FEW SPECIAL ITEMS
Miller climbs elevator, gets sack Hour,
and comes down,
The Miller for
$1.25 Magic Lantern,
Humpty Dumpty Circus, from
$3.00 down to
Steam Engines, from $15.00
Steam Train, 15.00
Mechanical Trains, from $9.50 Cfip
down to JOC
. DHY GOODS SECTION.
WHEN VISITING THE BIG STORE, TAKE A LOOK TO THE RIGHT AFTER ENTER
ING FROM THE MAIN ENTRANCE, AND NOTICE THE GLASS CASES OF DAINTY
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. THE ASSORTMENT IS NOW COMPLETE, AND THE CHOICEST
GIFTS ARE PICKED UP FIRST. WE MAKE OUR FIRST DISPLAY OF CHILDREN'S AND
MISSES' FUR SETS MONDAY MORNING-COME AND SEE THEM. WE WILL SAVE YOU
NEARLY HALF PRICE ON EVERY PURCHASE.
-Child's Angora Muff and
Children's Fur Set
Neck Piece Set
Children's Fur Sets New style Muffs, flat and
all white or colored in old rose, blue,
Children's Angora Sets
Neck Piece, all white
-New cut Muff and
Children's Angora Fur Sets Pure white with t(
long tips, Muff and Neck Piece iZ.IJU
Children's Moufflon Fur Sets-Also in Stone Martin,
Mole, Squirrel, Isabella Opossum, Sable Coney. Krlm
mer Prices $5.95, $4.96, $4.50, $3.95 J
Ladies' Natural Dyed Belgian Hare Neck
Piece, six tails
Ladies' Isabella and Sable Opossum Neck
Piece, six tails , ,
Ladles' Brook Mink Neck Piece Flat effect,
new cut, two different lengths
Ladies' Genuine Fox Boa 63 Inches long.
wun Deautuui natural talis
Ladles' and Misses' Small Neck Piece In a natural gray
squirrel and also on a dyed squirrel, lined with satin
and finished at end with Chenlle r r
Natural Opossum Scarf 52 Inches long,
V,e have an enormous stock of genuine furs which we
guarantee made by two of the best manufacturers
Beaver. Mink. Fox, Squirrel, Racoon,, Martin and Ermine
All at the closest prices.
SILKS BKLOW COST FOIt MONTAY.
Over 100 pieces Fancy Silks and Plain Taffetas, in a full
color rango, and an assortment of neat stripes and
fancy effects for waists and dresses, worth M e
to 90c yard, Monday a yard fUC
J7-in. Black Taffeta, wear guaranteed, the best black
taffeta bargain offered In Omaha. Our Ol
--regular $1.25 quality, Monday a yard...? 0"C
36-ln. Black Peau de Sole, the real French finish, every
yard guaranteed, aolla at $2.25 yard. f m o
Monday a yard l.rO
Great Handkerchief Sale Fancy embroidered, hem
8!;l.tcile(Lani broidery edge linen lawn Handker
chiefs, 26c and 60c values, special Monday. r
each 25c and IjC
TWO BIO DRESS GOODS BARGAINS.
NO. 1 A very handsome lot of fancy Suitings, 4 6 In.
wide, in all the new colors; 68 In. fancy Cloakings,
goods worth up to $1.50 yard, Monday 7 ?
NO. 2 A big lot of pretty new fancy check Broadcloths,
pretty new Quaker gray suitings, plain Broadcloths,
and a lot of pretty, fancy mixtures, 46 to 5S inches
wide, worth to $1.50 yard, Monday 100
a yard, only 1UU
Black Dress Goods Cheap 64-in. Black Panama cloth,
regular price $1.25 yard, Monday O C
a yard O D C
54-inch Black Rain Proof heavy weight .Serge, IOC
regular $1.75 value, Monday a yard
50-ln. Black All Wool Cheviot. $1 auaUty n r
Monday a yard , ; ,Z . . .T i TTLt D C
Three Days' Sale of -Table Linens at Greatly Reduced
Prices Bleached Table Cloths.
2-yard Cloth, worth $2.33, at. . . . . .$1.05
2Vi-yard Cloth, wprtU $:i.OO, at.... $2.30
3-yard Cloth, worth $.1.60, at $2.03
22x22 in. Napkins to match, worth $2.95,
a dozen at
72-ln. bleached Table Damask, worth $1.35
yard, a yard, only
70-ln. silver bleached Table Damask, extra heavy qual
ity, worth $1 yard, at, 7Q
a yard I JQ
French Flannel Sale All our French Flannels, Wool
Challies, Fancy Wool Waistlngs, Heavy White Waist
Ings, worth 75c to $1.25 yd., go In this tO
sale at, a yard JJC
600 pieces 34-ln. pretty new Flannelettes, in pretty dark
Persian stripes and Oriental designs, regular f
15c goods, for this sale, a yard, at 1UC
Sale of Sample Blankets 50 pairs of fine Oregon Wool
Blankets, come in tans, grays and pretty whites with
blue borders, worth $10 a pair, Monday T Efi
a pair, only S ,D)
Sale of Ribbons Monduy Plain washable Taffeta Rib
bons, and fancy imported silk embroidered Coin Spot
Ribbons, from 4 to 6 Inches wide, full assortment ol
colors, worth (to 25c yard. Sale price, F
a yard .' I DC
$1.00 I'nlon Suits 75c Heavy Jersey ribbed, soft fleece
lined, French seams, in gray, regular $1
value. Sale price Monday, a suit ,
Another Clothing Surprise
Experience teaches ns that if we
are watchful we can 'always find a
manufacturer who is willing to sacri
fice a part or all" of his profit for our
Note Well These Opportunities:
for Men's $30 Tourist
and regular Overcoats
and Suits, made in the
latest designs, in fancy mixtures.
They have belt in back and are cut 52
inches long, having the broad, concave
shoulders. The regular Overcoats aro
made of a fine quality Oxford and
black Frieze, also
black and navy Ker
seys. Suits are hand
tailored and up-to-the-minute
HERE WE ARE AGAIN !!
Turkeys Turkeys Turkeys
Geese Ducks Chickens
Oysters and Celery
Largest and Finest Stocks
Quality and Low Prices Will
Chocolate Creams, vanilla flavored,
very delicious, Monday's spe- mi
cial price, pound 1UC
Thanksgiving Novelties, r
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
pound box Cream Bon Bona, decor
ated with fruits and ig
New California Figs,
MKN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS, worth $20, O C)C
." An assortment of more than six hundred. They
comprise all of the much wanted fabrics in fancy mix
tures, also plain blue and black. The Coats are single
and double breasted, sizes 32 to 50. Overcoats belt
and plain, 44 to 52 inches.
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS, worth $16, J Q
Single and double breasted all the late style
cuts and goods.
BOYS' SUITS, worth np to $5.95,
A $1.00 INQERSOLL WATCH FREE. 3 to 16 Ofev
years. All styles and new goods. lrV
COAL! Bennett's Talk On Coal COAL! i
Indications ar that Bituminous coal will cost more than UBual this winter.
We advise every one with room to stors coal-TO LAY IN A BUPPLY AT ONCE.
Our prions Insure a savins of from 75c to $2.W per ton.
BENNETT'S CAPITOL. COAL. ' MEDIUM LUMP, Just the size you g qq
want, per ton
NUT SIZE, 5.75
Bennett's Capitol Coal Is unsurpassed for Furnace. Heuter, Orate, Eto. This
coal Is sold exclusively by us, and there's no similar coal at a similar price In
Omaha. It's the nearest in quality to hard coal. Ask your neighbor!
GENUINE CAItTERVILLE (ILLINOIS) COAL, special summer pries e
continued this week LUMP B1ZE, per ton u-uu
NUT SIZE, 5.25
This Is the best coal mined In Illinois. The regular selling price is up to UJE
CARTERVILLE. ILLINOIS. WASHED NUT COAL,
BENNETT'S BACKS OF COAL, delivered direct from store,
BENNETT'S BLOCK COAL,
B. & H." OREEN TRADINO STAMPS EVERT TIME.
JMADA CLUB BARS THE BAR
Daort font to Lawjirt' Isctption t Pms
ident American Far Associatien.
JOHN I. WEBSTER COMES TO THE RESCUE
IV bo ( the lteovnt Unr Meeting
Leaves m Had Taste la the
Maatn of Some ot
'To be followed by a reception to the
president of the American Bar association,
the place to be named later."
Tht Is the way the preliminary program
for tha recent meeting of the State Bur
association read and the Intention was to
bold the reception in the parlors ot the
Omaha club. But It. was not held there
because the authorities that be In com
tuand et the Omaha club turned down the
uppllcallon for the ue of the club house
and declared they would rather have the
bar association gc elrewliere with both
its reception and its annual banquet.
In this dire emergency, John L Webster
came handsomely to the rescue.
"TIm president of the American Bar as
sociation is a national personage," said he.
"and I shall esteem It a privilege to ten
der biro a reception niyerlt in my own
Bo too cards were sent out to all the
visiting and local lawyers that "Mr. and
Mrs. Jshn La Webster requested the honor
ef taolr piaesncw to meat, etc.," and the
reception was held, at the appointed time
Willi a oiiliiaiicy ii.as.lug 11 Ui social amur .
of lue keaauii. I
" haveu t reached the end of this
thliifc', ' exciaimed an oiueer of lue fear as-
socuiuu, iiuuy. 'HiciB are lumy law
Stli wi.o aiu uieiubeis ut lue Uiuaua CiUU
entitled to all us piivlicus and tuoie is
110 fci'ii icu son wily wu suouiu Dq discrim
inated ut ti lust. Ttie bunheis oiuy a cuuple
of wa uu eulei tallied tue visitors to
their slate cuiivmuion al a bamiuut given
in the Omaha club. 1 suppose luat It' we
wanted to fclve a reception to somebody
anil a military Jille wc would have had
no ditticuiiy in having the club house
placed ill our disposal." I
NO SUCCt-SiUH TO BODWELL
Now C'uualy auperlutendent of suliuola
ot .Named, Though. Apyli
cailoaa Couie In.
No successor to County Superintendent
BoUwell was named at Ui meeting of the
county commissioners Saturday morning.
Mr. Bod well did not send in his reeigtialiou,
but applications ten tiie position were read
from four men and one woman. Ths men
are John bpeedie ef Benson, Charles B.
Sharps of. Elknorn, H. O. Chapman ot
. Dundee and W. A. Voder of Florence. The
woman applicant Is Bertha Tholecka of
Benson, a teacher In the I'acinc school.
An offer of J E. Merriam to erect a
gateway to the FirM club giounds for UOO
was referred to x committee of the
P. J. lavAvay presented a claim for t
for Injuries sustained, as alleged, ay ra
I so a of a defeotrvo triage is towaaaas 11,
and the aaiue was referred to Uie county
Au allowance of M) was made to pay the
tlyeuMt lioiu Yloodioo. Ntyo., 0( it. L.
Cottiua, woo Is lo be a witness In Hie
An application fiom Swift and company
for the privilego of cutting ice on Amos
avenue was reierrbd to llio committee ou
roads, together with a resolution of Com
mls&iotisr McDonald granting the exclusive
piikiite. It seems tliat Aiuus avenue
runs into Cut Off lake and that Swift and
company have been culling on eacA side
of the road line, while other have been
culling right on tne line, thus preventing
the Swift people from getting to their
divided Ice field.
The county clerk was directed to adver
tise In The Bee for bids for supplies for
the various county Institutions, including
the Juvenile home, for the coming year.
The bids will be opened December II
Gill ) MlHIW TO MM ll A haa decided the only successful means of i
uULlS J1UI1.IU iU UJlalla ; circumventlnB such olstacles Is to plant Its
I headquarters on the natural and actual
! scene of activities Instead of having it as ,
Pmllippl Confirm Btpnt kilinurl PaClfio tar distant as Atchison.
Will Trau81er DiT.sion Headquar.ers. I In connection with the removal of the ,
Oould company a report finds circulation i
' that the Missouri Pacific Is preparing to
FORCED BY OMAHA'S liir.P.RTANCE TO ACT branch out its lines In Omaha's wide and1
I i growing leriiimv nnu vii.
Hoport la (Ircalatloa Road ta Prepar-tag-
to Bxlend Its Llues in
Territory Tributary to
WIDOWER GETS PROPERTY
P. C. Heavey Seeares I'ndlsaated
Possrssloa of Real Estate
Left by Wife.
By an order made by Judge Troup, Pat
rick C. Hefey la put into undisputed pos
session of eight pieces ef Omaha real
estate which were held in the cam of bis
wife. Katharine Irene Heafey, at the time
of her death. Mrs. Heafey did not make a
will, and after ber death friendly suit was
brought by the widower to bare settled
In himself as against the belrs of his wife
by blood the title of the property held In
ber nam. Judge Troup order Invests tti
title ta Mr. UeaXey as against ail ot said
"Yea, it js true, the Missouri Pacific will
transfer its Nebraska and Kansas division
headquarters from Atchison to Omaha,"
said J. O. Phlllippl, assistant general
freight agent, on his return from Lincoln
Saturday morning, thereby conlirinlng the
reports published several days ago in Kan
sas City paper.
This means J. Russell, superintendent of
this division, and his assistants, including
the division engineer and a large quota of
clerks, will come to Omaha. The change is
to become effective December L Efforts
are being made to secure permanent quar
ter In the Ware block. Fifteenth and
Farnam street, on the ground floor of
which th Missouri Paclilc now baa it
ticket and other local offices.
Th transfer of headquarters Is occa
sioned by the natural tendency and devel
opment of railroad mtoiests toward and
In the northwest, with Oman as the center
of operations. Th disastrous blockade In '
freight traffic last year caused by the
recognition may yet be paid thla city than
Is marked by the present action.
Grading1 for In Ion I'hcIIIc.
W. C. Bradbury of Denver, grading con
tractor, who has the contract for the grad
ing of several lines of the road fur the
Union Pacific, was at the Paxtun Saturday,
i leaving Saturday night for" North Platte.
I "We have the contract for the grading of
the 115 miles of roadbed between North
Platte and Northixirt and are getting
along quite nicely. Although I have only
had the contract about thirty days I have
sixteen grading rump at work and am
' hustling the work as fast as possible.
The grading, bridging and culverts will all
done by me on this Job.
law of the land to answer to the Indict
ment, the Indictment does not specifically ;
state the crime of which lie Is charged and I
the court has no Jurisdiction In the I
premises. The petition dmurs to pructi- I
cally every count in the indictment, of
which there are about twelve. I
The Standard Cattle company of which!
Allen Is alleged to have been u mmher has
gone out of business, but It Is held by tho
Department of Justice that Allen ana all
other members of the dissolved company
are still amenable under the Indictment.
ALLEN DEMUR3J0 THE BILL
taadard rattle Company Mas Holds
Indictment Against Hiss
R. M. Allen of the Standard Cuttle com
pany, who is under Indictment for illegally
fencing some aoO.OuO acres of public lands
In Cherry county, has filed a demurrr to
the indictment. Allen was Indicted at the
May term of the federal grand lury. He
gigantic corn movement taught the Ml- allege In hi demurrer th Indictment 1
sourt PaatQo a lesson and the management not sufficient In law; he l not bound by the
LUMBARD SINGS IN CHICAGO
Yeterau Omaha Vocalist Receives
a Great Ovatlou from Music
Lover by the Lake.
The complimentary concert given to
Jules Lumbard at 'the Illinois theater In
Chicago Thursday is said to have Ltn a
veritable old settlers' reunion, filling the
theater and is pronounced by the Chicago
press crlucs a distinct success. In Us au
! count of it the Tribune says:
' Mr. Lumburd, who now lives In Omaha, is
iti yeais of ae. lie duos not look it, for he
wears his eais llli lightness, his lurin is
elect, his step elastic, and tils face blight
wlln the glow tnal good health and vigor-
Ious spirit gives, only the muss of beauti
ful while hair which hangs thick about his
head tells ot the winter snow of age that
has conic to crown him. And he sung,
did this sturdy youth of SO! And he sun
wi'h vigor, with no little tonal b-auly, ami
wlih style. True, it wss the style of ballad
singing that prevailed lour or five deeauos
ago. but to listen again to this olJ time
music, interpreted in the old time way,
was both pleasant and instructive. First
cam "I Fear No Fo, and all th foe
that Father Time can prnouc had best
, take warning and avoid this valiaat abi
u aien, Anoyr' came
next, Wallace Moody assuming the tenor
part. The old duet, which at one time
w nevaieiii as was "Kathleen
Muvourneen" and "Ben Bolt," has been
neglected for a long time, but the u.idlturs
yesterday received it with acclamation To
many or them It was frsunht with memor
ies both sweet and sad, and moist eyes were
the tribute paid the singing.
The program closed with "Rally 'Round
the Flag, Hoys," that song which which
George F. Root composed In a moment of
L.u iuue eiiinuamBiii, anu wnicn air. Lum
bard, on the evening of the day It was
written, sang in the prrsens of I nouns nil
of anxious, roused men and women gath
ered about the court house here In Chicago.
H g:ive three stanzas of the hlstorin sums
yentciday, and the uudlenre end Mil the
sing, rs and plavera who had asxlnted In tho
program joined with xe.it In the chorus
After the speerhmHklng, which concluded
the concert, s flushllght picture was taken
of the audience.
MAN GETS PAY FOR HORSE
At Least, Jadguient s Rendered
Against Islerarkaa Ijind Com
any for the Price.
In the county court William J. Keefer
has obtained a Judgment for $150 against
the Intemrban Land company, which is
building Sarpy City. Some time ao Mr.
Keefer gave In'o the keeping of a repre
sentative of the company a horse, valued
at that amount, to be pastured on some,
part of the land to be occupied by the
future metropolis of Sarpy county. On the
stand the man who had charge of the pas
ture admitted "the horse Just seemed tn
have gone up," vsnlshed and disappeared.
He could not explain when, how or why.
Bo the court waa forced to hold the com
pany liable to Mr. Keefer for th value ef
I the preaerty he consigned to Its ear.
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