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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 190(5.
STOCKMEN TO SEE HUOSEYELT
mail Cattlemen Will Appeal to Freiideat
for Land Lease Bill,
NEXT BEST TO BUYING THE RANGES
Belief from Present Conditions la
What .rbrakana Haol-Some
State Officer In Favor
of the Meaaare.
The email cattlemen of Nebraska, In thctr
effort to secure the passna;e by congress of
the Klnkald nr any other land lease bill
that "will relieve the present situation."
will present tlmir petition to President
Roosevelt In the hope of getting the chief
magistrate to co-operate with them. To
that end former State Senator Reynolds
and C. H. Cornell of Valentine, as rep
resentatives of the cattlemen, will leave
for Washington probnbly Friday.
The cattlemen lld contemplate sending a
larger delegation to cnll upon the president,
hut they have determined these two men,
who are thoroughly conversant with the
situation, can lay the matter before Presi
dent Roosevelt effectively. It Is possible,
however, at a Inter date other representa
tives of the small cattlemea may go to
Washington on this mission.
Want Relief at Oaee.
Representative Frank Currle of Crawford,
one of the Independent cattlemen of Ne
braska, who has been foremost In the
promotion of the Klnkald lease bill, hnd
this to say on the subject:
"The cattlemen simply want relief from
present conditions. As It Is now, we are
prohibited from u.lr. the government
range In a practical way and therefore our
business Interests, which are the Interests
of Nebraska, are menaced. As Mr. Edward
Rosewater said lt his address before the
Omaha Commercial club Wednesday, the
best method of all would be for the govern
j ment to sell the small cattlemen this land;
i all of us agree with Mr. Rosewator In that,
I but we feel that that method cannot now
! be brought into use and that the next best
Is the system of leasing this land. So we
have thrown our support to that meusuie.
We don't care whether It Is the Kinkaid Mil
or some other bill that puts such a law into
effect. What we want Is the law and we
want it at this cession of congress. We
believe the president will recognize the
merits of our cafe."
It has been learned that many of tho
members of the Nebraska legislature and
state officers are favorable to this lease
Mil and it Is believed they may decide to
throw the weight of their influence toward
securing its passage.
E. HANEY SELLS OLD HOME
Lets Woodmen Circle Hate Property
for Site of Their Headquar
Another Important real estate deal waa
consummated Thursday morning when,
through the real estate firm of Robinson
4 Wolf. Edwin Haney sold his houso and
lot at the southwest corner of Eighteenth
and Farnam streets to the Woodmen
Circle, the women's auxiliary of the Wood
men of the World, for a cash consideration
The officers . of the circle will build a
modern six or eight-story office and store
building on the site and will use the second
atory of tho building for their own head
quarters, their present quarters In the
Woodmen of the World building having be
come inadequate for the needs of the new
The plana for the new bulldlnar win h.
drawn this month and work begin In the
apring. The site haa a elxty-slx foot
frontage on Farnam street and extends for
133 feet on Eighteenth street. The building
will cost at least $130,000.
The new building will fill another gap In
that section of the city, which la rapidly
being taken up for the erection of modern
The circle at its last sovereign meeting
in Chattanooga voted money for the pur
chase of a lot and the erection of a build
ing, leaving the matter of detail to the
executive committee, of which Mrs. Man
chester of Omaha is chairman. Mrs. Man
chester says as thia committee does not
meet until May no steps wilt be taken
toward the erection of the building until
that time. She feels elated over the suc
cess In securing a location aa fsr east on
Farnam street as this one.
SCHOOLS BEMEANED IN COURT
Public System of Education Dr.
on need by Holiness Couple
Charged with Violating Lw.
The sorry spectacle of a man and woman
denouncing the public school system of
Omaha In. police court waa witnessed
Thursday morning before Police Judgo
William Lee, mechanic, residing at 2101
Harney street, was arraigned on complaint
if Truant Officer Parker, who charged Lee
With failure properly to educate his daugh
ter. Clara and Nellie, 12 and 10 yeara of
age, respectively. Lee declared he would
not send his daughters to the public
schools and was waiting for the estab
Hxhmcnt of what he considered a truly
religious place of learning. The police
Judgo fined J $5 and costs and ordered
Mm to send the girls to school.
When the fine waa announced Mra. Lec
broke in with, "Thank you. Judge." Then
ahe went Into a religious frenxy. and. bury
ing her head in her hands, said: "Praise
the Lord-glory be to God:" She was asked
to leave the court room.
During the hearing of the case Mra. Lee
declared the Omaha public achoola to be
rotten, crooked and corrupt, and that all
were the same in that respect. The police
Judge gave the woman a severe rebuke for
her rude remarks and told her and her
husband they must get Into line and obey
the lawa like anyone else.
The Leea belong to a religious sect known
aa the "Holinesa church." After trial they
aald they would leave the city before they
would Bend their children to the public
achoola. The woman distributed rellgioua
tracts tnrougnout the police station
fore ahe left.
PAWNBROKER COMES CLEAR
Marowtta la Aeqnltted on Charge of
BavlnaT Revolver that Be.
longed to Army.
The Jury in the case ot the United States
against H. Marowiti, alter being out about
an hour Thursday morning, returned a ver
dict of not guilty.
Mr. Ma:owits operates a loan office at 41 g
North Sixteenth street and was Indicted
at the November term of the federal grant)
Jury for buying an army revolver from a
aoldler named Brady from Fort Crook. The
evidence ahowed that Marowtta hud made
an advance of 13.50 on the revolver, but at
the time he did not know it waa a govern
ment weapon. The aoldler had told him at
the time that the revolver waa his own
personal property. Marowiti made the re
quired report exacted from pawnbrokers
the following day of having made an aoN.
vance on auch a weupon, and It waa later1
Identified and recovered aa government
rqperty. . J
UtoN siiG In the
STILL BIGGER BARGAINS
Friday We Announce a Sale of High Class
Remnants that Breaks All Bargain Records
HEAD THESE DRESS GOODS SPECIALS
New lots of fine black and colored dress goods
brought forward for Friday thousands of
yards that sold up to $1.50 a yard
at, per yard ;
Seasonable dress goods that are valued up to
35c a yard we will close out quickly every
length in black or colored,
nt, per yard
Every imported dress pattern
lengths, 3 to 15 yards for
skirts black and colors
annex worth up to 7Q
$1.75 a yard, at, yard JC
French Organdies In base
ment short lengths many
to match will go
on sale, at, per i
Remnants . Odd Lots Embroideries
Bargain tables of fine medium and narrow width embroid
cries and insertings all new and
pretty patterns will go at, per
.mi iuvy mum einuruKi-
Wash Goods Remnants
IN THE BASErtENT
Fine Dimities Choice of this season's designs, white f i
witn colored or DiacK figures, rings, dots and f g
floral effects, very special, at. ner yard u'v
Mercerized poplin cords, new this
season will make up splendidly
and Is Just the right weight for
spring wear white and tint
lugs for day or evening wear
nowhere else can you 1 s
Long mill lengths, beautiful
floral organdies that i
buy this for, per yard
Long remnants, 40-inch white
lawns, big special bar
gains, at, per yard
Good grade unbleached muslin
a regular 8c quality,
for, per yard JC
High grade shirt waist find rlrAsn
sells for DOc yard; on sale at linen dent., vard
hoof j i . ,onK as tney Ia8t remnants
Dia.UUaiU iiiuib. coiorea lawns and odd lots that li
are too small to advertise, at, per yard . , !C
A1JKRXOOX, KKfaxxi.VG AT l:SO We "win" ' "sell "genuine
Hope and Lonsdale Muslin, 10 yards to a customer? genuin
for, per yard ' q
are worth 15c, yard
Mercerized twill sateens, soft
finish and fine for all lin
ing purposes, very durable
and a regular 19c "li
quality, for, yard...
Nicely hemmed individual
hand towels, regular price
10c Friday only,
linen, the kind that
Silks of all kinds and colors, in long
" 5a,ain. rfr WW n Silk, in black
yard j-ruyery iik, juessailne, etc. at, At wO
Fine imported Silk samples, in
bright colors big fresh lot
Velvet samples, silk Velvets, in
black and colors, fine for trim
ming millinery, .j- ft le
etc at. each.. l3t-IVC"i5C
SPECIAL SALE FRIDAY IN OUR.
Basement Shoe DeoaLrtment
Misses' School Shoes, jegularly priced at $1.39 no 1
" 1:59;at "oc and 1.19
Kid Shoes, hv hpn
89c and 95c
Children s Lace and Button Box Calf and
selling at $1.25 and $1.39,
Ladles' Extension Sole
Patent Calf and Pat
ent Tip Lace Shoes,
worth up to rn
$2 60. at.... l.jy
Men's Box Calf Vici
Kid Velonr Calf
Shoes, single and
double soles, at at
worth up to I f
00. at.T.... IssO
Odds and ends In
Ladies' Fancy Strap
" Slippers small
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS, . BOSTON STORE
BIG VALENTINE SALE
a ZytXnOWt ,bl,,ne VALENTINES at
Ues of the .oaso-at Ealf TheVua" p?ce?mp,e,e "n" and a" the new nov-
were. le.-3 for
were 2c. on sale at
were 4r. on le at
were 6c. on sale at ..:
were 8o. on sale at
were 10c. on sale at
were 10c, on sale at
were IRo. on sale at .'.
were 25c, on sale at
were Ma T
assorted 7 for iC
. w, ovi wi o-im "w
all a .
smS Ss?Sl- was saia
JOS. F. BILZ,
322 SOUTH 16TH STREET, OMAHA.
Aent r,,r pictorial Review Psttt-ma.
15c. 10c and
were 3c, on sale at
were 6c, on sale at '.,
6 styles Post Card Valen
tines, 10c a dozen, each ....
Buster Brown Post Cards,
10c dozen, each
Buster Brown Jumping; Jack.
12-ln. tall, our price, each ..
16c, 10c and ,
Valentine Drop Post Cards,
12c. 8c. Be and
Valentine Semi Cards,
iuc. sc. 6c and
An Exhibit That Has No
Equal in America
Is now open for public inspection at
Guests will be admitted at west entrance free
and directed to the stage.where exhibit is installed.
Artistic wood interior effects are shown in our
Yellow Pine Flemish Room, which took th,e Grand
Prize at St.. Louis World's Fair.
Everyone cordially invited, and prospective
builders will be especially interested.
Yellow Pine MTgn. Am.
Bee Want Ads Produce Respite
OMAHA WEATHER FOKECAST Friday Fair
TR1 HRLIABLB ITOHK.
Friday's Remnant Bargains
, GREEN TKADIN3 STAMP EVERT TIME
GREAT SPECIAL SALES
FRIDAY 200 Lengths of Kimono Flannels Fleece downs, silk or
gandies, mulls and Swisses goods that are worth lfn
18c to 50c yard; all one price Friday, a yard IUC
Short Lengths of Outing Flannels and Flannelettes- C
"Worth to loc yard; Friday, a yard DC
White and Ecru Curtain Scrim 10c quality; Friday, T
a yard .JQ
Cream and Bleached Table Linen Lengths 2 to 3V 9Qn
yds. in a piece, worth 50c yard; Friday, a yd., only ZrC
Ladies' Union Suits Cheap Fleece lined Jersey ribbed
Union Suits, sizes 4 to 9, regular 89c values; C
Friday, only . . U
Big Hosiery Special 300 dozen of extra heavy ladies' and
children's plain and fleece lined Cotton Hose, reg-fl A
ular 15c ones; all go Friday, a pair, at 11 C
Dressmakers' Pins; special,
Darning Cotton; special,
Chinese Ironing Wax; spe- n
MAM OTHER LITTLE THIX(,
5c Dressmakers' Pins; spe
Steel Sufety Pins; special,
Hair Pin Cublnets; spe
cial, each ,
iS AT LOW l'ltll'ES.
r,mtroitiery iteninants riu-an All widths of edges. Insertions 0fi
and beading, worth to 25c yard; -all go, 9 to 10 a. in. Frl-
day, a yard 2
13c Neckwear at 2c From 10 to 12 a. m. 1.000 pieces
or rancy embroidered Wash Stocks and Turnovers, worth J r
15c; Friday, each, only,
Lace Special Friday 2,000 yards of fine Torchon, Cluny,
Paraguay and Antique Lace Banding, Edging and Appliques, f
la white and ecrus, worth to 25c yard; Friday, a yard, 5c and. .
2.c A oiling, 5c Thirty pieces of fancy and plain mesh m
Veilings that aold for 25c yard; on sale Friday from 2 to
6 p. m., a yard
Friday vrvd Saturday Bargains in the CIoa.k
We have flfteen'pretty Suits in Redingotes.Ponies and Mili-
iaiy jacKei styles, Etons and Blouses, every suit worth
$20.00 to $25.00; while they last, each, only
Cravenette Coats. $4.95 A few very good tan Cravenette
Coats, pleated' back, latest sleeve, $7.50 coats; while
they last, each. . .
Tlire-Quarter Coats at $0.1)0 A very fine lot of Melton
A " if"""" a very nne lot or Melton rv f
Coats, three-quarter length, new sleeves, looso back, greens - Mil
browns, tans and blacks, worth $18.50; while they last, each.' "
In the Crockery Section
XEW SHIPMENT MCKLE PLATED CENTER
DHAFT LAMPS the best reading and fl itt
sewing lamp made complete, Fridav I.jH
b&jfil uul"f " oi jJKNiNUKWAKE several pieces short
.;.-" -r-uiuoi ue rjosea OUl QUICK. i
-4f Plates nch. 1 0c, 9c and 7c
iKj.CP8 and Saucers each . " " "in-
Zj? Fruit Saucers each
Vegetable Dishes each 25c and inn
Meat Platters each. 50c. 35c and ,
ALL ONE-HALF FOHMEK PRICES.
Star and Wine Glasses the $2.75 kind for Friday, each. . . inc
Big lot of Whtte Bowls, suitable for cereal or soup
to close them out, Frldaj', each Sc
BENNETT S BIG GROCERY
FRIDAY'5 LIST OF
20 Green Tradlr.a; Stamps
with two pounds threw
Crown California Raisins
20 Oreen Trading; Stamps
with pound can Bennett's
Capitol Baking; Powder. 24c
20 Green Trading; Stamps
with quart bottle Diamond
"S" Catsup 2Jc
Diamond "C" Soap, 10
bsre for 2oc
Castile Toilet Soap, per
Corn, 2-Ib. can 6c
Table Syrup, 2Hb can.
Soup, can "e
Pepper Sauce, bottle. 8c
10 Oreen Trading; Stamps
with quart can Sweet
Cider, at 12c
20 Green Trading; Stamps
with gallon can Sweet
Cider for i. 80c
10 Green Trading; Stamps
with large can Red Cross
10 Green Trading Stamps
with quarter pound can
sweet mixed apice loc
TEN GREEN TRADING
STAMPS WITH 5-LH.
SACK PITRE 1ilr,
10 Green Trading Stampa
with two packagea Ben
netta Capitol Wheat. . .2ki
10 Green Trading Stamps
with 2 cans Little Dexter
Early June Peas 26c
10 Green Trading Stamps
with pnekagos Bennett s
Capitol Mince Meat ....25c
10 Green Trading Stamps
with 2 cans Mount Klneo,
Maine, Corn 26c
6 Green Trading Stamps
with package Cheese
WIGGLE STICK SPECIAL.
10 Green Trading Stamps
with six oc sticks Wiggie
Stick Bluing 2c
10 Green Trading Stamps
with three lc sticks Wig
gle Slick Bluing 23c
Ten Green Trading Stsmps
with quarter-lb. can Sweet
Mixed Spice lfic
Bulk Mince Meat, S lbs..ro
00 Green Trading Stamps
with Jwenty pounds best
Granulated Sugar $1.00
Look In Fri
day's ad for
75c and COo
25c and 15c
5c and 2 for
6c Post Cards,
The Janitor service fn The Bee
Building is as near perfect as it can
oe, remembering that janitors are
human. Offices from $10 to $4?
per month several desirable ones
from which to choose.
A Chinac Plie
or some other piece In hand-painted china would make a
handsome wedding, birthday or anniversary gift.
Eve-y lady appreciates nice china We've got It. Spend
a few minutes in our a'.ore. LOOK FOR THE NAME.
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
1IU DOUGLAS ST.
Sewing Machines and Supplies
REMSAJT9 OF WOOI, DH EM flOOD.
About lO.ftio yards of all wool, silk and
wnnl ati.1 atifl, . .1 ..... . . m
-. ..... n. t v.., nnu rm-n-ri izfu ditm
goods, ranging In prlre from 75c to WOO
per yard. In lengths from ?Vt to yards,
at. a yard, 69e. 4!V. 3Pc. 25e, J9c
BEMSASTS OF FIX E I.VVlM.S.
Percullnes. sateens, luftrals. glorlna and
goods worth up to 35c a yard, good,
KEMXAXT OF WASH C.OOD9 AXD
60.00 yards of all kinds of cotton goods
from lo yard to 10c yard.
Short lengths of cotton suitings and
prints, worth up to loc yard, a
at, yard .....! IC
Standard prints. Indigo blues and" Mack
and whites, regular tVc grade,
J--c ginghams, long lengths,
lJHo and 15c ginghams
Sea Island percales, 36 inchea"
Remnants of fine plaids, 15c'
No peddlers or di.nlr
LIMC.V Ml .HI. I An TOWKLHOK.
Ri mnants of table linen, In bleached, un
bleached, inert erlied and turkey reds,
from 14 to 3V, jTirds. goods tliat sold
Irom 25c to ti.OO per yard, in nve lots.
Mt, yard, 68o, 49c. OTc, 2; OU
and . IZAC
Remnants of Toweling. in'bieaclVed and un-1
bleached, lengths from 14 to yards,
regular 6c to U'V quality. In 11r
8 lots, yard, Sc 6H- and WW
Remnants of F.ngllsh long cloth, long mtll
lengths, regular luc and 12r,c le
quBlity. at. yrd JJW
Remnants of bleached cambrlo and mus
lin, good lengths, goods that sell from
Wo to 15c yard, at, So
iKiyllea. center pieces and scarfs. In all
slses, to ."Mx36 these goods are
slightly soiled and mussed and sold from
Sc to !c piece. In two lota at 0r
4!e and ZOW
One lot of towels. In huck an.l Turkish,
bleached and unbleached, large sisi-s,
regular 10c and 12Vyo quality, tln
to close at
6-4 tapestry covers, good patterns and
worth from 6nc to 11.25. to close flrt
at 75c and JVC
FLA ' E I, DEPT SPECI AUI.
Remnants of 15c madras shirting,
to cloe out, per yard
Remnants of 15c extra wide Shaker
Manuel, tier vnnl
Remnants of ?,c outing flannel, at.
Remnants of loo and Sie flannel
ette, per yard
itcmnams or luo extra heavy cot-, si
ton flannel, per yard ....
Remnants of 15c cotton elder- 71
down, per yard 1 jC
Remnants of 16c and li'ic 36-lnrli yflr
Arnold's tlannt Idles, per yard 'sVgB
Remnants of 8"c Hamilton com- . 'llr"
lortor calico at, yard
Mammoth Sale Silk Remnants
All t lie remnants which huve accumulated
during our great clearing sales will be
sacrillced In two great lots, as follows
1X)T 1 Including remnants of fl.no 27-Inch
taffetas, all colors; remnants of noviliy
silks, our 75c-, 85c and 11.00 qualities;
remnants of plain moxMallnes, Loulslnncs
etc., our !c and ll.uu iualitles, and a
large line of fancy silks for suits In funny
stripes and neat flgun-s. at, -w
per yard OVC
LOT t Including remnants of all our high
grade dress silks. In lengths of from 2
to 15 yards, In fancy checks, dots, strlpea.
pic., an colors, worth 11.00, 11. &
and $1.50 at, per yard
Our Hi-In eh natural Jap wash silk
worth 2SH.-, at, yard
Our :"-ln-h natural Jap wash silks, Er
worth 75c, at. yard OVC .
27-Inch black taffeta, our J1.00
.quality, at, yard
t36-in'h black chiffon taffeta, our 1 fir
11.60 quality, at, yard I.UU
Sale of Men's and Boys' Sweaters
?Z?n 'Sweaters, all gBes and colors, exceptionally good values, up to o B
II.jO, on sale Friday In three gieat lots, at, each. 69c. 50c and............ 6&C
The Big Flour Sale as Advertised for Friday
We have received two cars of the very
best High 'Patent Minnesota Flour, nuidc
from the best hard winter wheat. It will
take more water and make much tlner and
whiter bread than any other flour on the
market. This flour Is worth $1.50 per sack,
but wo are going to Introduce tills Hour
imo cvrryDooy s nome in Omaha who tire '
renting ror uie dcsi goous.
Tomorrow (Friday) only wc will sxll It,
per 4S-lb. sack i (o
ORANGES! ORANGES! J
Our car of fancy Highland Navel Oranges
arrived and are the finest ahlpped this
season; they are large, juicy ajd very
sweet. The regular retail price of this sUa
Is 30c per doren: tomorrow wo are goiu- to
place this car on salo at. per dozen 2tKi
WE RL'Y DIRBf.'T NO . rOMMISSlON
HOi;8E OR BROKERS' PROFITS TO
. AYDEftS BROS.
HOLDS FIRE EASILY 36 HOURS
This kind of weather you want a coal for your furnace,
grate or heating stove that you can control easily.
Is jurft the coal can can bo perfectly regulated, to suit the
weather and it holds fire for 36 hours. When necessary to
revive your tire a slight shaking of the grates and opening
the drafts will give a good fire in a very few minutes.
Spadra Coal is the highest grade of Arkansas coal and you
need have, no fear of trying it $8.50 A TON.
C. B. HAVENS & CO.,
To Many Points In
California. Oregon, Washington
. UNION PACIFIC
EVERY DAY FROM FEB. IS TO APRIL 7, 190A.
5jOft n ft j to Ogdcn and Salt Lake City.
V&UiUlJ jto Butte, A naconda and Helena.
09 Kit i to Pendleton and Walla Walla.
Spokane and Wenatchee, Wash.
to San Francisco, Log Aneeles, San Diego
and muny other California point.
to Everett, Fairhaven, Whatcom, Van.
eouver, Victoria and Astoria.
to Ashland. Roseburtr. Eusrana. Alhan
and Salem, via Portland.
to Portland, or to Tacoma and Seattle,
AND TO MANY OTHCM POINTB. '
. Inqulra at
City Ticket Onic- 1.124 Faratam St.
'Phona Douglas S3.
"FtHoi til Flag."
Ito Use For
full line of First-Class Sewing Machines, as well as parts and
machines made; , all of best Quality. Good
attaenments for all the popular
Macnines Rented at 75c per week. Repairing done in first-class shape and
rcaaouaoie prices, tall us up wcea in need ot anytnlng In this line,
P. E. FtODMAIS & CO., 1514 Capitol Ave.
In the beautiful Sunny South, and the rates
are less than half to many points. Sold first
and third Tuesdays of each month. . Mardi
Oras rates Feb. 21 to 25 New Orleans,
Mobile, Pensacola. Ask Wabash ticket
office, 1C01 Farnam street, for rates, descrip
tive pamphlets, Florida, Cuba cud Winter
Cruises to West Indies, or address,
HARRY E. MOORES, O. A. P. D., OMAHA, NEB.
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