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TTTft OMATTA DAILY BEE: SATTRDAY. JANUARY fi. lfloff.
OMAHA WEATHER FORECAST -Saturday. Fair. Colder.
GREEN TRADING STAMPS EVERT TIME
OUR. DELIVERY SYSTEM!
It's our constant endeavor to improve our dollvery system, which for
j'fara has been by iong odds THE BEST IX OMAHA. Here's important
news for nearby buyers restaurants, boarding houses and those families
resident within a mile radius of the store we make Korit DAILY DE
LIVERIES NORTH TO CI' MI NO, WEST TO 27TII STREET. KOI Til TO
TIERCE AM) l'..ST TO THE RIVER. .Phone your order If you cannot
call we prefer you to call, however and you'll have delivery on the dot.
First Saturday of Our Great Stock Reducing Sale
Saturday Shoe Sale
MonV Kangaroo Calf, double solo, union made, "1 AA
work shoes tM3
Men's Tan or Black high cut Lace Boots, welt sole, r AA
visoolizcd tops and bottoms, at JeVJl
Men's High Cut Heaver foxed and lined shoes, 2 50
Men's High Cut Calf, fur lined Bluchers. QQ
Ladies' warm lined patent tip beaver foxed lace ehoe
Ladies ' plain soft beaver foxed easy shoes at $1.50
Hoys' and Girl's School Shoes at $1.50
All Kinds of Arctics, Overshoes and Rubbers at Lowest
Dry Goods Stock Reducing
RED OOMVORT8 VERY CHEAP
Children's Crib Comforts worth
60c, Saturday each. ......
50 very fine Sllkoline Covered Comforts,
very larite size, filled with the very
finest white cotton, worth $2.26, 12.60
and $3.00, Saturday . f 7 C
each m I J
Heavy Sewed Comforts, lark col
orseach, only .
OHKOON WOOLEN BLANKETS.
About 20 pairs left, in browns, grays and
reds they are worth to $12.50 a pair
Saturday we will sell them at C flfj
pair $7.60 and J.vU
FRENCH WATST1NGS VERY CHEAP.
All our finest Imported French Flannels
and Fancy French Waisttngs, Heavy
White Walstings worth 60c to $1.25
a yard, Saturday a 29c
FANCY KIMONO FLANNELS.
34 inches wide, worth 15c yard,
Saturday a yard
25 dozen Turkish Towels to go Sat- f
urday at each DC
20 pieces of bleached and cream Table
Linen, worth 4 5c, to go Satur- JQ
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR MON
DAY, JANUARY 8TH.
Watch and Wait for BIG LACE
A big lot of 25c to 50c Wash Stocks and
Fancy Embroidered Neckwear 1 '
all to go Saturday each Vtit
CLEAR I NO HALE OF MITTENS.
All our fine Woolen and Silk and Wool
Mittens for ladles and children, worth to
$1.25 pnir, Saturday a pair r
75c, 50c, 25c, 15c and 1UC
OOLF OLOVES CHEAP.
About 50 dozen fine Imported Cashmere
and Golf Gloves, in blacks and colors,
worth to $1.25 pair, Saturday
n pair 60c and
TWO OREAT SILK BARGAINS.
20-inch IUack Swiss Taffeta, soft finish,
excellent wearing quality, sold Cfl
at 75c yard, Saturday, yard OVJC
27-luch Rlack Taffetas, oil boiled, chiffon
finish, , good, heavy quality, sold regu
larly ut $1.15 yard, Saturday 7C
$1.00 Dress Goods
$1.50 Dress Goods
$2.50 Dress Goods
CFT TRICE SALE OF LADIES
Ladles Half Wool Union Suits, fleeced
lined, in black, gray, white and cream.
including out sizes, worth to
$2.00 suit, sale price a suit. . . .
CFT PRICE SALE OF CHILDREN'S
All of our children's 25c to 50c Shirts and
Drawers, in gray and white, heavy
fleeced lined, on sale Saturday
CUT PRICE SALE OF LADIES' AND
200 dozen of ladles' and children's Hose,
including wool, heavy fleeced lined and
plain and ribbed cotton Maco Hose,
worth to 4 0c pair, on sale Sat
urday a pair C
DO YOU WANT A COAT AT
LESS THAN HALF PRICE?
Nearly fiO Ladles Coat. 27 to 30 Inches
long, splendid kersey, beaver and che
viot, were sold at from $5.00 QQ
to $15.00, all at .JJ
Ladies' Lonj Coats, the very lat
est styles, black and colors and 7 CI C
mixtures, $16 coats at J3
Ladies' Lon Conta, all our $18.50, $20.00
and $25.00 styles 2 IJQ
Girls School Coats, all our stock sold from
$5.00 to $10.00 in three lots t QP
$5.95, $4.95 and J.JJ
Young Ladies' Coats, ages 14. 16 and 18
our entire stock sold from $7.60 to
$15.00, in three lots $7.95
LADIES' W ALKI NO SKIRTS.
Blacks, grays, dark mixture and navy
values from $5.00 to $7.60 VJ C
all at J.D
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS.
This is a lot of Skirts sold last uer:wU at
from $10.00 to $25.00, many have silk
drops (worth $0.50) we must c lean
them out, ana ' make quick
work we make the price
China and Glass Section
Stork Reducing Going On Every Pay. Note Saturday Offers.
Host Grade of Table Tumblers, fine lead glass, pretty pat
terns any of those marked up to 90c a dozen Ifl
Saturday dozen Jill
Japanese China Salt and Pepper Shakers, different f
shapes, Saturday 10c a pair each V
Etra Fine Thin China Cnpa and Saucers, beautiful deco
rations, have been cheap at 2 for 25c, Satur- fg
day each 1UC
One Dozen to a Customer.
DI N N ER W ARE AT CLOSING OCT PRICES 20 PER
CENT OFF Four of our best Hariland patterns Just four,
but all jrood ones 20 PER CENT.
lOO-Piece American Porcelain Dinner Sets, a delayed lot of
goods that must move quickly full set, a 7 05i
$12.00 value for I, JO
French China Dinner Ret, finest of china, good shape, pretty
spray decorations and stippled with gold a , 1Q fjfl
$25 value 100-plece sets for . . . .J.D3
DINNER SETS AT CLOSING OUT PRICES
Bennett's Greai Meat Section
THE REST AND CHOICEST MEATS AND POULTRY.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY.
Fresh Dressed Springs or Hens pound 11 Wc
Strictly Fresh Dressed Turkeys, Geese and Ducks.
Prices guarantesd the lowest, considering quality.
Pork Shoulder Roast pound "c
Spare Ribs four pounds for 25c
Choice Rib Roast, rolled, all bones out, lb. . 12&c and 10c
Fresh No. 1 Leaf Lard twelve pounds for. . . . JM.00
The Largest Stock
la the city.
A Large Shipment of Morrell's (Iowa) Hams Every ham
is selected and guaranteed a pound... t 13Jc
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps With Each Ham.
Morrell's Selected Bacon Narrow strips, choice and lean,
well trimmed -a pound 17Hc
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps With Each Strip.
LARD. LARD. LARD. '
Fresh lxt of Dennett's Special lrd Guaranteed pure ket
tle rendered in live-pound pails for : 33c
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps With Each Pail.
Watch out for' a great "ODDS AND
ENDS" Sale Canned and Bottled Goods
In the Big
Food Choppers The Universal--nothing
better for all purposes Sat
urday a big spectal -No.
1 family size, regular QOp
$1.08 Saturday only JM
No. 2 larger size, regular 1 1 C
$1.38 Saturday only leU
If yni cannot com", phone your order in.
'Rst on Earth" Sad Irons These
irons are one of the best on the
market regular set of three irons,
stand and handle. $1.24 ff
Saturday only ItlU
Snow Shovels Good, strong, well
made buy before it snows again be
Saturday the small size C
Large size JQ
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
ANOTHER SATURDAY BATCH OF
Forty Green Trading; Stamps with
sack Pride of Hennett's Flour I00
Kilty Green Trading Stamps with three
pnunds Mocha and Java f
Thirty Green Trading Stamps with
round Tea (any kind)
Twenty Green Trading Stamp with
can Diamond '8" Fruits. ass td.
ren Orcn Trading- Stamps with two '
can Little Dexter Early June Pens..
I'en Green Trading Stamps with I wo '
cans Mount Klneo Maine corn....'
HEADQUARTERS FOR BUTTER.
JUST RECEIVED An immense quan
tity of tlrst-class Country lloll But
teron sale, 1Nr
Bulk Mincemeat, per lfl-
CHEESE. CHEESE. CHEESE.
Ten Gresn Trading Stamps, with pound
New York Full Cream Oir
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound
finest domestic Swiss -)
Ten Green Trading Stamp with t
quart Sour Pickles
Ten Green Trading Stamps with
auart Chow Chow
Ten Green Trading Stamps with Plnt2c
large imported uueen Olives )"
Fresh Roasted Coffee,
Ten Green Trading Stamps with two JB.
cans Bruckport Tomatoes
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound
can Bennett's Capitol Baking A
Twenty Green Trading Stumps with '0(2,
pound Candled Peel
Ten Green Trading Stamps with throe oe.
packages B. C, Mlnceme.it
Bakd Beans, pound can 4c
Oil Sardines, can 3c
Salmon, pound can 9c
Corn, two-pound can 6c
Anderson's Tomato Soup, can 8c
Pickles, assorted, bottle So
Breakfast Cocoa, can loc
Tea Sittings, pound
BENNETT'S CANDY SECTION.
Special sale on Angel Food Taffy, j
assorted flavors, pound If
Five Green Trading Stamps with lOp
box Marshmallows 3t
Eli CALRl'D, an Imported 6c )
Clgur. 9 for
Genl. Thorn a
And -Forty Green
club house shape, j Q-
A genuine French Briar Pipe
straight or bent stem, each
Aand Thirty Green Trading Stamps.
Patterson's Seal Cut Plug, 8 oun
And Five Green Trading Stamps,
Porto Rico Stogies, a good cheap t E(.
smoke, 100 for I.JU
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps.
ll Reduction Sales Big Discount Prices
20 Per Cent Discount on Picture Framing
Rt iunant Moldings We're rushed and It will pa you to call early.
20 per rent discount off the marked price of Trnnied Pictures In our threw
lnrpe pnllc-ies. The greatest values at money saving prices, and the best
merchandise ever offered in Omaha.
Now Is the time to eci a wedding present cheap for future use.
$1.40 Deep Photo Hoxes $1.10
$1.50 Pyrography Points fl.1l
90c Tie or Glove Boxes MC
Novelty Weather Hivdn. carved out a good den article !'c
Dutch Boy and Dutch Girl Panels, 2)e value sale price Saturday. . . . l.V
Great Money Saving in Boys' Clothing
BROKAW BROS., HIRSH, WICKWIRE & CO.'S
ages 10 to 16, they
sold up to $7.50
SUITS, TO CLOSE
Men's and Young Men's Suits
$ 750 Suits at - - - $3.98
$850 Suits at - - - - $4.98
$10.00 Suits at - - - $6.98
$1250 Suits at - - - - $8.88
OVERCOATS AT THESE PRICES HAVE NO EQUALS
$14.98, $12.')0, $9.1)8, $8.50, $7.50, T C II A
KII1HTS Our annual clean-up on Shirts is now in progress. You can buy
a Fancy Shirt, either soft or stiff, collar attached or detached, cuffs at
tached or detached, or coat front sold as high as $2.00, ft A
. v v
Small lot of Men's Fleeced Lined I'nderwear
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Boys' Fleece Lined Underwear 15c
Boys' Outing Flannel Night Shirts worth 50c and 75c 25c
All men's and bovs' Outing Flannel Pyjamas worth up to 1 41 A
$2.50, at l.UU
Men's Wool Lined Kid and Mocha Gloves and Mltta and Scotch Efl
Gloves, worth Toe, at 3UC
35c K. Trousers, l.V. MKX'S AXD HOY'S
25c Boys' Shirts, l.V. OI)l TKOUSK11S
50c Men's Sweaters, 20c. AT ODD PRICKS
are advertised perslstenly because they are uniformly "Dutchess Quality"
absolutely the best that money can produce In material, finish and
"We sell them under the well known Dutchess guarantee
IOc a Button
$1.00 a Rip
Wool Kinds, from $fi.O0 to $2.00
Cotton KindM, $1.75 to f 1.O0
I HATS AND CAPS AT SPECIALCLEARANCE PRICES I
And 1'lfty Green Trading Stamps. i
Also a few White Stiff Shins.
MEN'S WOOL rXDKRWKAR Just the lot to fill in a Shirt or Drawer
from goods from the $1.00 and $1.50 grades J C
THIRTY THOUSAND CUT OFi
Reduction of Apportisnmauti to Various
Departments Made hj Cotncil
EIGHT THOUSAND UNDER CHARTER LIMIT
f Iteqneat for Additional Km-
Irtayes In City Offices is Sum.
uarlly IteJ -twl Hcu
alnas' Force Fald.
After two protracted sessions ttud much
sharp dtbate the city council succeeded at
noon Friday in reducing- the apportion
ments to department from the general
fund J:ai.74t less than demanded by th va
Of tha amount 128.741 was a real cut, ROW
li.'lns; left unappropriated m ror "mlscel
Inneous Items." a division which It whs
planned Thursday afternoon to cut out
altogether, the estimate having been $2,000.
The new rliurter makes the apportionment
of the general fund Incumbent upon the
council during the first week in January
The charter limitation to the general
fund is J'JbK.iVio. Ninety per cent of this,
r the amount that can be drawn on prior
to more than the amount being actually In
the treasury, is J2tl,aw. This, uddrd to
18.Kx extimated mixcellannous receipts,
Klves a totnl of IJn.wO. or the sum for dis
tribution by the council among the depart
munts. The latter asked for an aggregate
of 2Mt.4s4, requiring a reduction of $28,4X1
The cut was made principally by elimi
nating an item of S8,0uu for one-half the cost
of grading streets: reducing the judgment
amount from $10,0"0 to $5,000; that for re
pairs to unpaved streets from $42,000 to
iZo, cutting out the printing of annual
reports altogether from an estimated cost
of $2,5(K; reducing estimates of electrical de
partment from K.'Zti to $4,2a: city clerk
from $10,48D to $f.i0; city engineer from
$ao,uOu to $:i;.j0G; maintaining city hall from
$l'j,040 to I17.IU); hi-alth department from
$10,7ti to $9,375, and t'it for abstractor's
I.tat of Kstliaates.
The work of the council on the estimates
Is shown by the following exhibit:
Mayor $ 4.t&7
City treasurer 14.7:&
Igal department 12.. tun
Tax commissioner l.ji
Police court :t
HiiiUllug Inspector 6. ;:
Holler inspector l.nit
I'lumhing inspector 1.74"
I.ltetise inspector S.W'i
Ons Inspector 1.520
Weights and measures. ... 1,26"
Kmeigeiiry hospital 2.M"
Ttemovlng dead animals.. 4.ino
Meals for prisoners 3,i'
Meet Ion expenses. 7,5i
Premium on official bonds. VJ26
Asked for. Set Aside.
In Buying Pianos for the New Year
Built upon the theory of general intelligence, this piano
busineua courts investigation and BOllcits comparison.. We!
do not ask you to come here first and buy. We prefer that
you should go elsewhere first; then come here and make
comparisons. Those who do this become our staunchest
If you meant to pay $300 or $3o0 for a piano. Inspect
all the $300 and $350 pianos In the city; then come here
and see and hear such old, reliable, well known pianos as
Kimball, Iliibh-I.ake, Hallet & Davis and Cable Nelson, rang
ing in price from $275 to $300. Pianos equal or superior to
those offered for $300 to $350 elsewhere. They will save
you $50 or more.
If you meant to pay $250 or $300, investigate pianos at
this price; then see the splendid new Hospe and those now
famous style A and ttyle O Cramer & Burton pianos at
price ranging from $190 to $235, and you will take, one of
them In preference and save $60 and more to pay for
music lessons or something else.
A. HOSPE CO.
1513 Douglas St.
Tb Only Piano Player
Tha Best Place to Buy a
Printing annual report.... J," i
Health department m..ti
Voting machines ' 4.7H1I
Ak-Har-lien lighting 2,5i
Miscellaneous Items 2.0nn
Grading (one-halfi 1.oho
Hepairs to sewers 15.04
H. palrs to unpaved 6ts... 42,tioo
Bridges, drains and via
Street crossings 10.0i
lnss-c'or public works... ,i
Inspectors street cuts 4.44o
Maintain city hull 19.o'
Laboratory analyses 2,imi
Totals Sfc.tt.4S4 $2,9.743
o Additional Employes.
Applications for additional employes each
were stricken from the departments of city
clerk, electrician and health commissioner.
In the latted is desired an additional In
spector, as was requested in the electrical
department. The council promised to auth
oriie the latter office, to be paid for by
increased fees collected. The clerk an
nounced he would request the council to
increase the hours of clerks In his office
from 8:30 to 5 o'clock to 8 to i o'clock, in
order to catch up with work in which he
is fur behind
City Treasurer ileunings appeared and
demanded an understanding that from the
amount set aside to pay the cost of collect
ing tuxes by the county, his office force be
paid until the supreme court has ruled
whether the treasury merger is legal or not.
His request was granted him.
City Engineer Roscwatr r explained that
higher salaries were necessary for men In
his office if men were to be retained; also
thai $00 would have to le spent on new
Instruments In the office, the first In
eighteen years. He consented to a cut of
$2.0i, but after he was gone the council
Jabbed out $1,500 more from his allotment.
At first it was ugreed the miscellaneous
items or unapportloned allowance be
abolished, as the clerk said it was a cloak
for all sorts of expenditures. Comptroller
Loheck Hnd the attorney made strong pleaa
for It and won out. To scrape together
$4,500, $2,500 for the printing of annual re
ports, now demanded by the charter, was
stricken off altogether; $1.&W was taken
from the engineering department, $1.0u0 from
the city hall maintenance fund and $1.50o
from the repairs to ungraded streets.
Mellin's Food and good
fresh milk is a combination
that is hard to improve upon
for a baby's food. Strong,
healthy, rugged children, full of lift
and vitality, are tha results of using
Mellin's Food. Send for our fret
book of "Msllin't Food Babies."
Tfcs ONLY Infants' Fm racalviag
las QtASO tHll at Su UU. I4.
G1J Medal, tttghast Avars,
Fortlar;, Ore. 1905.
kfXXXINt FOOD CO, OSTON. MAIS.
PUZZLE OF CLARK DRAFT
Legal Conundrum Preetn'i Itself li To
Who Ii Btipouiible
COMPROMISE NOW SEEMS PROBABLE
I'ostofflce Authorities Are Not Blamed
for Delivering; the Letter Cos
lalnlng Draft to the
Owing to toe absence from the city of
Postoffiee Inspector Moor the matter of
V. H. Clark of 2533 Rees street appropriat
ing a draft for $1,0 from the Gainesville
(Mo.) bonk that belonged to W. H. Clark
of aU4 Binney street, no formal proceedings
have been instituted against the former
It Is learned the proper owner of the
draft has bee a reimbursed $100 by the
other Clark, and that the latter will turn
)ver tha property he recently acquired
from part of the proceeds of the draft,
which Is located on North Twenty-fourth
street, as a compromise settlement of the
In the meanwhile the payment of the
draft at Oalneavllle has been ordered
stopped by its proper owner, and now the
question has arisen as to who will be the
loser by the transaction the bank at
Gainesville, Mo., Hayden Brothers of
Omaha, who cashed It, or W. H. Clark of
Binney street, who was its proper owner.
Some Posillna; Qnestlons.
Another question Is. can the V. II. Clark
who got the draft and cashed It, be ar
rested or held amenable for obtaining
money by false pretenses, or can he be
charged with forgery through endorsing
the draft, which was made to his own
name and delivered to him at his own
Thero is also a question as to whether it
Is a case for the postofflce Inspectors to
look Into at all. The postoffiee authori
ties maintain the letter was delivered to
an address, though there were two per
sons of the same name and initials, but
that the postoffiee authorities had no
means of knowing which was the right
Three or four attorneys who have been
consulted on the matter hold the postoffiee
cannot be hold for neglect, nor can W. II.
Clark of Rees street be held amenable for
receiving a letter, but that the only action
that can be institute 1 against him is for
receiving money by false pretenses. It
has not been determined yet whether such
action will be brought and It is now
thought the matter will be settled by com
promise, without reeourse to the courts.
Iavenwoitli streets. There will be music
and refreshments. The county commission
ers have been Invited to be present.
Dr. King's New Ufe Pills hava made
a splendid record by curing headache, bil
iousness, constipation, ate. 25c. Try. For
sale by Sherman A McConnell Drug Co.
improvers Endorse C'onnrllmen.
The Vest 1-eavenworth Improvement club
held a largely attended meeting last night.
The Interest of the evening was centered In
the endorsement of Charles Dyball and
Charles Huntington for the council. Reso
lutions to that effect were adopted
The next meeting of the club. February 3.
will be a amokar at lh hall. ForUata nd
COAL CONTRACTS FOR STATE
Favoritism la Charged Against Board
by Member of m leading
In the letting of the state contracts on
coal the Board of Purchase and Supplies
awarded nearly every contract to the
Whltebreast Coal and Lumber company of
Lincoln, notwithstanding the fact that
there were other bidders on the same grade
of coal whose prices ranged from & to IS
cents per ton lower. During the lust year
It has been the custom of the superintend
ents at the different slate Institutions to
specify In their bids Cleveland and White
breast coal both Iowa couls which would
indicate they prefer these brands.
A member of the coal firm of C. B.
Havens it Co. of Omaha says that as a
matter of fact the northern Missouri coals
show in the United States government
tests to be stronger steam producers: that
the Cleveland (la. I coal tests 3,290 pounds,
equal to a cord of oak wood, and that
the Novinger (Mo.) coal the coal bid on
tests 2,976 pounds, equal to a cord of oak
wood. This, he points out, shows the Mis
souri coal almost one-eighth stronger.
This gentleman proceeded to show that
In the last letting of coal contracts by the
state board, January 2. the Insane asylum
at Hastings' contract was awarded on
Cleveland mine run coal at 12 cents per
ton higher in price than the board could
have contracted Missouri mine run for.
This is only one case out of four or five.
On the Mllford contracts, he says, where
there was a tie between the Whltebreast
company and another bidder on the same
identical coal, the board awarded the con
tract to the Whltebreast people without
giving the othtr party his chance of wln-
B C I El
Its popularity bas long
since jusl ified its name.
The king quality among
ihirts of tjual price.
$1.00 an 111.25 in fast
color fabrics and white.
B V . ..
lbuETT. FEABODY ft IU' U
V Tm&. n. y. S
nlng by the toss of a coin, which has been
"The state of Nebraska Is paying be
tween $201) and tff'O more for Its coal at
four Institutions than it would had It
awarded the contracts lo the lowest bid
der," said this gentleman.
J. R. LYNCH FILES DEMURRER
Army Paymaster Resists Null In
Washington on Croamla of
Major John R. Lynch, paymaster in the
United States army, lias filed a demurrer
to the suit of John Rldout and others of
Washington, D. C. The tmlt grew out of
some banking transactions at the national
capital several years ago, when Lynch was
an officer of u bank. The demurrer sets up
that the plaintiffs have no legal capacity
to sue and that the petition does not stato
facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action.
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west? In the old country? Send them
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Verdlet In Urchtel nse.
Judge Smith, ut Minneapolis. Minn., haa
mude an order in the divorce case of Car
rie A. Bechtel against William F. Hechtel,
directing defendunt to pay his wife $75 a
mouth and tb5 suit money. In her petition
for divorce Mrs. Bechtel alleges cruelty
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