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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1906.
GREATEST CLEARING SALE ON RECORD BEGINS SATURDAY AUGUST 11TH
FF MANY THOUSAND DOLL'RS WORTH
all goods remaining from our
great water damage sale must
go if low prices will effect a
clearance: come early.
OF NEW MERCHANDISE ADDED TO
OUR VARIOUS LINES WILL GO AT
DAMAGE SALE PRICES. Don't miss them
THE nCLIADLC OTORC
n n nMTosra
JULli LiLSb J
Final Clearing Sale of
Izdies' Outer Garments
During the next week we must close out all the remainder of
our great stock of Suits, Waists, Skirts, Etc., in order to make
room for the most complete stock of early fall garments ever
oeen in Omaha. We are determined to start the fall season with
complete new stock of women's garments, hence this sweeping
price reduction on 6tylish undamaged garments. Investigation
will convince you of thte superiority of our offerings.
Elegant Tailor Suits Made of finest imported materials, exclu
sive designs, direct copies of imported models, all jL Qfl
perfect, sold up to $75, choice
Stylish Cr&vetnettes, made from
Priestley's best cravenetted
fabric, in newest styles, regu
lar $12.50 value, 7 PA
Handsome Voile and Taffeta
Skirts, in the new fall styles,
made to sell at $15,007 Q C
srecial at J
Sale of Wash Goods
Continues Saturday offering you by far the greatest bargains
ever known in this line. All goods shown are perfect, newest
styles, well made and every item represents a saving of . over
half to you. 1 .
All $5,00 Wash Suits,
All $7.50 and $10 Wash QC
Suits, Saturday JZrD
Many other attractive bargains in. this Department. Among
them we mention a few at random:
Women's $2.00 Lawn
Waists, Saturday, at. .
.Women's $5 and $6 Dressing
Saturday, at 1 J
New Home Made Wrappers, $1.50 values at .98c
Our Meat Department Prices
Mean a tremendous saving to you. The verdict of our customers declare no lead
er in nur line, neiu cue prices una prom
f "l""fWNS, strictly
fresh, per pound
Veal Roast, per
Veil Stew, per
Pot Rout, per
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Mrs. Nellie Ebaefer Promptly Acquitted of
Chares of Trespass.
G0RDEN NOT DAMAGED BY VISIT OF COW
Joseph Spelts Notifies Fire and Police
Commission Members Thej Will Be
Held Responsible far Failure
of Sunday C'loalns.
Mrs. Nellie Shaffer, Thirty-ninth and Q
streets, was acquitted of malicious trespass
on the property of Isaac Tatroe yesterday
afternoon. The story of the arrest as de
veloped by the evidence was that Mrs.
8haefer was out milking when ner cow
broke away and ran In the direction of
Tatroe's garden. No love is lost between
the neighbors and the cow had only a fair
start before he was out after the cow.
Mrs. 8haefer also ran after her vagrant
bovine and the -two neighbors met at the
bottom of the garden and came near to
blows because the cow was Injudicious
enough to stop on th edge of the garden
and leave two tracks there. Tatroe
claimed 15 each for the tracks, stating that
! his cucumber vines had been greatly In
j Jured. Officer Coulter was on the stand
I at the trial and swore that the entire gar-
den was not worth 50 rents and that there
'. were so many weeds In It that no one
could tell the cucumbers from summer
squashes. Judge King concluded that no
, particular raue of action existed and
promptly dismissed the case.
New Factor In Sunday Closing.
The following communication was sent In
without comment to the office of The Bee.
Notice of the same nature was filed with
each member of the Board of Fire and
I Police commissioners:
SOUTH OMAHA. Nh., Aug. 9. 19f. Mem
bers of the Klre and Tolice Board of
Pouth Omaha: Tou are hereby notl-
. fled that all saloons In South Omaha
that have been granted licenses by your
: AN OLD and WELtcTRIECVSEMEDY.
FOR OVER BtTY TEAKS
1 MSB. WIH SLOWS BOOTKXKO BYmUP,
I Su te ut4 lor mr SIXTf TEAKS by mmoM
I el MUTHtHJ (or th.lt CHILDREN WHILE TfcKlH-
I ISO. WITH rtHKtl V tl lX ISS. IT SOUTH KS lb.
. CHILD. BoiTKNn tt Gl'MS. ALLAYS all FAIN;
' ClKtS WIND tou..'. au i. vb bw ruMdx tu
; 1.1AHKHOSA. Bom tj lru((l la ry vrt !
1 th. world. P. tun an4 aak for
i MKS. WlNhLOW'S SOOT1UXG SVRtP
a Uk. so otbiir Ulo-
M tuU s
MEN AND WOMEN.
Dm Big CI for unnatri
Irritcttiun or ulcrktioDt
of nueoli mabrast.
t.inlsMB and not aitfiMt
CDt or BoiMSoua.
:man,e f -" at4 . j Draniot.
asra. proof's. lor
S. orlboltlra ti 7S.
Circalax sat oa riMat.
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la 1t.r.U aa4 UIS awaUl. miM
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New Silk Underskirts, made of
Givernand's best taffetas, 200
garments just received, regu
lar $7.50 values, Z Q C
New lingerie Waists that would
sell regularly up to $7.50 on
sale Saturday, in two y C1Q
lots, at $3.98, and .. fJO
All $15 and $20 Wash
Suits, Saturday. . . .
Never before, have such val
ues been shown in Omaha.
Women's $3.00 Lawn
Waists, Saturday, at.
Women's $2 and $3 , Dressing
Sacqras, " ' ' Q5n
Saturday, at. .... . ... .
Shoulder Roast, per
Loin Steak, per
Round Steak, per
pound. . ,
She ateak, per
Oood Boiling Beef, per O Im
pound honorable body have In ttie past been op
erated on the Sabbath day. in open, vio
lation 01 tne law. And 1 demand ot you,
as a cltlien of South Omaha, that the law
be enforced and I will hold you and your
nondnmen Financially responsible for any
Injury to myself, my business, or my fam
ily, that may be-caused by a continuance
of the above named violation of the law.
Yours very truly, JAS. SPEJ-.T8.
. Magic Cltr Gossip. " ':'
Miss Kate E. Roberts. Is visiting friends
in Kansas City.
Samuel Winters moved yesterday to his
home on Mlasouri avenue.
Paul Clements (s about to build a house
at Thirty-ninth and K streets.
.letter's Ooid Top Beer delivered to a
parts of the city. Telephone No. 8.
The excavation under the Hall flats Is
being trimmed up for the foundation walls.
V. 8. Glynn and wife are spending a
holiday season among relatives In Michigan.
Henry Sloan Is sojourning in Colorado,
where he expects to remain for a week or
O. K. Paddock and family are expected
home from the Pacific coast the last of the
C. J. McDonald drew No. 573 In the land
drawing in the Shoshone reservation. The
claim may be quite valuable.
Frank Kennlson of Toledo. O., Is visiting
at the home of his uncle, K. J. Kennlson,
827 North Twenty-seventh atieet.
Dr. W. J. McCrann drew a claim In the
Shoshone reservation lands. .The only fault
Is that the number is above 2,000.
P. Fennell has gone on a visit to Avoca,
la. Before returning he expects to spend
sexeral days at other points In the state.
Word has ben received from Dr. Charles
K. Stuart telling of his establishment under
the government service In Nashville, Tenn.
William Vastlne of Rulo. Neb., is spend
ing a ltw days visiting friends and his
brother. Miles Vastlne, &23 North Twenty
There was a good meeting of the Swedish
Norwegian Kepubllcan clun last night' at
Nels l.uiidgrtn s hall on North Twenty
The ice cream social which was to have
been given by the Modern Brotherhood ot
America last Tuesday evening will be held
this evening In Highland para.
' The excavation for the store buildings on
the east )de of Twenty-fourth street south
of the ilunket builulng is approaching
completion. There will be three onestory
House movers are at ' work putting
timbers under the Hannon building Just
north of the postofflce. This will be re
moved in a few dujg. ready for the building
lo be erected ther
The South Omaha Country club is to give
an informal concert Tuesday evening. An
extensive program, confuting of music,
readings and addresses, will be carried oui.
This is the first of its kind.
The police captured a roulet wheel in
opera:ion In T. M Roigsll s cigar store,
li.15 J street, last night. Complaints charg
ing tue owner with conducting a gambling
cslabllahmer.'v rr filed yesterday.
The sixth annual picnic ot the Clan-Na-Gaels
of Omaha ana South Omaha will be
celebrated in Syndicate park Sunday, Au
gust 19. Music, speeches by eminent mt.i
and athletics will be the order of the day.
The city ciera 1 preparing a list of city
officers which will be placed in the crypt
along wlih the history of the institution at
the luylng of the cornerston of the new
hospiuil, which is to be laid Sunday at
1 p. m.
.Make an offer on the northwest corner of
iSin and Missouri Ave. a nearly new
house, esst front, and neat cottage, south
front: two new lots. Room for two more
nouses. Will sell tm easy terms.. Price,
J.Tb... N. P. Dodge & Co., 1714 t'arnaw St.
MUs Jeare MacDowell gave a pleasant
party to about twenty of her friends last
night. The weather was so fine that the
young people romped on the lawn to their
heart s delight. About 10:30 a lunch was
svrved. Music, songs and parlor games
added to the aniuaeinent of the guests. Tho
purty broks up at about 1 o'clock, one
of the Joliiest of the )ar.
SATURDAY. ACQ. 11-A llva one f-r
? rices: 100 pairs men"s fine tan calf ox
orde. regulsr U and Srt. go at fc p,lr;
Uu pairs mens regular ft and b lines low
shoes st U and 13.M. lasts' of ladles .
and rhililrsa a low innaa i aona.
Big Water Damage Shoe Sale
Men's Sample Oxfords, worth
All goodyear welt sewed
Misses' tan calf skin and choco
late vicl kid shoes, worth CA
Men's Stetson, Crossett and Huis
kamp $5.00 $3.50 and $3.04
shoes, nearly all siies y CA
in each make .03
Women's shoes, in laoe and button
vici kid and plain calfskins, val
ues up to $8.00, nearly 1 flfl
- all aiiea, but narrow I.U V
D 8 26-in. Henry Disston Hand
D 1 In. Henry Diseon Rip 1.75
A rood lt-ln. Hand
is-ln. Compass lOc
A few more No. 11 Block OCp
No. a Jack Planes, I -In.
bit . . .
Braces. . . .
7c Bit Hfic
No. 71 3HxH Jap Butt 2c
6creen Door Spring Hinges, IOC
Screen Door Coll Bprlngs, JC
each ". w
22 and 24-ln. Plumbs and Levels, OSr
Mortice Locks, bronie plated, 2Qc
each. . r a
Front Door Locks, bronie 2
plated, each laaKU
Drug Department Specials
Atomisers, each .35c
Rubber Gloves, each .1....;... ....39c
Face Brushes, each . . .............. . .9c
Almond Skin Food . .;.....,'v.i.............l6c
Packer's Tar Soap ......... :16o
Beef, Wine &nd Iron; ........ r , .... . . . . . r .......... . . .25c
Lyon's Tooth Powder V;rV..vj. ...... . .15c
spondlngly low prices.. Cressey, the South
Omaha Shoe Men.
If you have anything to trade advertise
It In the For Exchange column of The
Bee Want Ad page.
NOS. 4053-4U64-A SIMPLE SHIRT WAIST
AND SKIRT FOR A MISS.
The simple styles are always becoming
to young girls and far more suitable than
more elaborate frocks. . Such a gown as
the one shown,, while of excellent shaping
and style, may be trimmed in a variety of
ways to make it most fetching. The shirt
waist model Is one which may be used for
a great many purposes, being perforated
for Dutch or low round or square neck
and. long or short sleeves. A waist for
school wear may be made In the regula
tion high neck, with round or square yoke,
outlined with narrow silk pleating or braid,
while braid put on In design would also
be smart. The skirt is a seven-gore ripple
one, fitting well about the hips and hang
ing with graceful flare at the lower edge.
Any seasonable materials may be used for
either garment. For the medium lu a
yards of 37-lnch goods are needed for the
waist and S yards of 44-lnch for the
Two patterns: 4063, slses 13 to 17 years:
41 iW. sixes IS to 17 years.
The price of these patterns la 20c, but
either will be sent upon receipt of 10 cents
For the accommodation of The Omana
Be readers these patterns, which usually
retail at from X to 60 cents, will be fur
bished at a nomir.al price (10 cents), which
covers all expenses. In order to get a pat
tern enclose 10 cents, giving number and
nam of pattern wanted and bust measure.
As the patterns are mailed direct from tbe
publishers in New York, It will require
about a week's time to fill thj order. Ad
dress: Pattern Department, The Omaaa
He Onaaba, Nan. - -'
up to $4.00, in Corona colt, vici
with beet quality silk thread. On
Closing out all the ladles' $4.00,
$3.50 and $3.00 Oxfords. -J A A
In all leathers UW
Closing out all the $3.60, $1.00
and $1.60 ladies' Ox- A A
fords, In tan and black. . I.UU
Closing out all the $4.09,' $3.60
and $3.00 ladles' high shoes,
patent colt, vlcl kid and gun
metal, in button and lace; a tew
of the G rover $8.75 and AA
$3.60 shoes In this lot. .
Saturday will be another Big
Day for way-down price in
Tools and Builders' Hardware.
Bet of el x Auger Bits In Hard
6 and 6ft-ln. Saw
Coppered Wire Coat and Hat -Hooka,
No. 14 Steel Squares,
We have a full line of Cement Tools.
Fancy Nickeled and Polished Screw
Drivers, each 26c, 17c, 16o, lio tfc
Maydale No. 11 V Hammers, . A On
each I.,.:: .
No. 63 S-ln. Dixon's Framing BP
Pencils, each kJW
Plastering Trowels, 0 St
Rotary Nlckle Door Bella, flOaC
And everything In Hardware Una toe
numerous to mention.
LYMAN - 'RICHARDSON DEAD
Another Pioneer Omahan Answers Call of
FIRST, ASSESSOR OF, CITY OF. OMAHA
Long . Known Jn Public Life ' and
Prominent In Business and
Politics Until Some Fifteen
Lyman Richardson, a pioneer eltisen and
publisher of Omaha, part owner of the
Omaha Herald from 18M until 1888, died
Wednesday at his home In Savannah, Oa.
Mr. Richardson was born seventy-two
years ago at Pontlac, Mich., and was the
son of O. D. Richardson, lster lieutenant
governor of his state. The elder Richard
ron came to Nebraska In 1854 to prepare a
home for his family, who followed In 1855.
Lyman Richardson was the first registrar
of Douglas county and the first assessor
of the city of Omaha. He early showed
marked business ability and In 1857 became
one of the' managing members of the com
pany of which Dr. Miller was president
and which built the Herndon house.
He was employed in various public and
private capacities In this city until ths
civil war, when he entered the union army
in the First Nebraska infantry in July. 1862.
with a lieutenant's commission. He fought
In many of the heavy battles along the
Mississippi river and was for a long time
on the. staff of General Fred Steele in the
Department of Arkansas, with headquarters
at LJltle Rock.. He was promoted to the
grade of captain and was a member of the
IiOyal Legion, but was so modest he al
ways protested against being called captain.
Enters Newspaper Business.
Dr. George L. Miller and D. W. Carpenter
had founded the Omaha Herald In 1866, and
when Captain Richardson returned to
Omaha In 18 he bought Mr.- Carpenter's
Interest. Ke took chsrge of the business
end of the publication and held It until
1RS8, when the Herald was sold to John A.
MrShane. Some years after buying Into
the Herald . a printing house known as
Gibson, Miller Richardson was formed
and Mr. Richardson became manager and
continued in that executive capacity until
the plsnt was burned In 1891.
Since leaving the publishing business Mr.
Richardson has given his attention entirely
to his real estate interests, he being a
large owner In West End addition, a prop
erty exploited by himself and Dr. Miller.
It Is north of Fnrnam street and west of
Thirtieth. For several years Mr. and Mrs
Richardson have spent most of the time
In Maryland, until the last year or two,
when they have lived In Georgia.
His Personal finalities.
Mr. Richardson was a man of scholarly
attainments, as well as sterling character
and genial disposition. Hs wss a graduate
of the University of Michigan, and studied
law In the office of Judge Lake In Omaha,
gaining admission to the bar In ISM, al
though he never practiced. He was brimful
of wit and humor, though because of his
reserve, this was unknown to all but his
Besides his wife, Mr. Richardson leaves
a daughter, . Mrs. William R. Morris of
Omaha: a son, Ralph Richardson of Wyo
ming; a sister, Mrs. George I. Gilbert of
rtrmm mdl sImuc tin, Z. M
kid and gun metal leathers.
All of the misses' $1.60
All of the child's $1.25 7C
and $1.00 shoes DC
All of the misses' $3.00
and $1.60 shoes
Child's shoee, values up PA
to ii.oo .. DiC
Bay roar O ROVER shoee dar
ing this sale and save money.
The easiest shoe ever dH en a
An 'immense line of
decorated ware con
sisting of plates, cups
and sauce rs, fruit
dishes, creamers, salt
and pepper shakers,
toothpick holders, indi
vidual butter dishes,
spoon holders, shaving
mugs, etc., worth Sc
to 50c; Satur
day, choice Jr
Jelly Glasses, with tin
tons, each . . . 1C
1-quart Mason Fruit M C
Jars, per doz TTaC
50c Decorated Cuspidors; C
Decorated Night Lamps, J Q
Plain White Onps
and , Saucers, eaoh .
of Klrkwood. Mo. , Mrs. Richardson, who
fs a daughter of John Clarke of Virginia,
has a sister. Miss Imogens Clarke, now
living in Omaha.
The funeral will be held Sunday at the
residence of Mrs. Morris, 412 North Twenty
second street. The burial will be In chsrge
of the Loycl Legion and will be at Prospect
Hill cemetery. Funeral and burial will be
SEVEN M0NTHSAND DIVORCE
That la What Sabllla Jane Rich
Wants Written as Her
After seven months of married life
Sabllla Jane Rich is in district court ask
ing for divorce from William Canfleld Rich
on the grounds he has refused to support
her. She says he has given her very little
money since their marriage January 10,
1906 and she has been supported by her
parents. She also charges he struck her.
She asks for her maiden name, Sablllu
Jane King. Clara F. Hermes wants a
divorce from Frank Hermes and In her
petition asks the court to restrain him
from going to her home and Injuring her.
their child or the furniture. She charges
him with unfaithfulness and cruelty.
Olle Hobbs has filed a petition for divorce
from Elma, charging she frequents wine
rooms and keeps lnproper company. They
were married in Jacksonville, III., in 1903.
Masah Nancarrow demands a divorce
from Gerald A. Nancarrow on the grounds
of desertion. They were married Novem
ber 17, 19H6, In Iowa, and she says he de
serted her the following January. A child
was bom to them last month and she says
she Is afraid he will kidnap It unless re
strained by the court.
Haxel Carter declares In her petition for
a divorce from Walter LeRoy Carter that
Just nineteen days after their marriage in
Auburn May 1, 1901. he began calling her
names. She also ssys at times he treated
her cruelly and struck her. She asks the
custody of their child and wants her
maiden name, Hasel Smedley, restored to
HAVERSTICK SAVES HIS CASH
Drone His Pars on the Street When
Stopped by n Higrhwar
maa. Highwaymen were operating In the south
west portion of the city between 10 tn.i 11
o'clock last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Haver
stick, residing at the Barnard, were tbe
Arst victims. While crossing the corner
of Thirty-fourth and Woolworth avenue
they were stopped st the point of a gun and
a watch and 15 cents taken from them
Emergency Officer Cunningham recovered a
purse containing IS, which had been dropped
by Mr. Haveratlck when stopped.
Shortly after this J. C. McKell. living at
Twenty-seventh and Dewey avenue, while
on his way home wss stopped and a seal
ring and watjh were taken from him. These
robberies maks tl.rM Ihof. ravs taken place
recently In this neighborhood and the po
lice are exerting every effort to apprehend
The following marrlsge license has been
Name and Address. Age
Anton Olsen. Omaha 44
Karoilne C. Mirhelnen, Omaha 21
Frederick W. Merker, Omaha 35
It Will Pay You Big
To Investigate Oar Offerings in Furnishing Goods
We are determined to effect a complete clearance of all Summer '
Garments before the opening up of our New Fall Goods. The
very small prices, linked to great values, make this a very inter
Ladle' UnderskdrU, 1.60 and $1.08
Made of fine materials, extra long
and full, trimmed with rows of lace,
embroidery and tucks, worth reffu-
larly SA.SO, at $1.98
a 1.00 Corset Cowers and Chemise In
splendid assortment of styles, pret
tily trimmer) special Satur- n
day, 60c and JDC
Ladles' Hose Worth regularly up to
ftOc, special Saturday, at f II
86c and l&lC
Grand Leather Goods Sale
The greatest values in Ladies' Fancy Hand Bags, Carriage
Bags and Vanity Bags ever seen in Omaha. Our special sals
Rc Hand and Vanity Baa's,
60c Carriage Bags,
70c Fancy Hand Bags,
11.00 Fancy Hand Bags,
60c All Silk Veilings, Saturday, per
Omaha's Greatest Grocery Dept.
HIGHEST QUALITY FRESHEST OO ODS-LOWEST PRICES r '
20-lbs, best pure cane ' gTanulated
sugar V ....11.60
t-lbs. best rolled oatmeal 2fk
S-lbs. best hand picked navy beans.. . .250
T-lbs. Qholce Japan lice 2&o
t bars best brands laundry soap 15o
Bromana-ekra or Jell-O, per pk 7o
Potted meats, per can So
1-lb. cans assorted scour Bo
1-lb. Jars pure fruit preserves 8 1-Sc
Condensed cream, per can 4c
1-lb. pkf. cold water staroh 4o
The best soda crackers, per pound ....Co
'Extra Specials, Saturday.
2Ec Pearl Buttons
per dosen ..... ......
J6c Laundry Oass- '
each - ... .
Ko Hose Bupporti
ail sisea at
60c Silk Belta
Friday at ,
50c Satin Pad Hoes
Supporters at ...
SO CORSET COVER EMBROIDERIES
FRIDAY AT, YARD
Mia. Sarah Piatt Decker, president of
the General Federation of Women's clubs,
has been Invited by the American Academy
of Political and Social Science to write
the general Introduction to a volume en
titled "Women's Work and Organizations"
which will be Issued In September. The
hook Is said to be a resume of club life
and the varying activities of which It has
become the nucleus.
Mrs. Abble Adams of Superior, Neb., na
tional president of the Woman's Relief
corps, and Mrs. Mary R. Morgan, of
Alma, national secretary, spent Thursday
In Omaha, en route to Minneapolis, where
they will attend the national encampment.
These two officers are going In advance of
the gathering to prepare headquarters and
other preliminaries of the convention.
Under the head "The Clean Milk Cam
paign In Maryland," Charities of Au
gust 4th, Includes a series of articles
by prominent authorities on the milk sup
ply of the city and how much depends
upon its proper csre. These sre well worth
the consideration of housekeepers and
mothers of young children and of club
women who have been agitating for pure.
The men of San Francisco have been
forced to recognise that a woman's club
house may not be such an entirely super
fluous Institution after all. The house of
the Century club which was built last
year and which survived the San F.ranclsco
disaster Is very much in demand. The
Pacific Union olub has offered $500 a month
for It, but the women have declined this
offer In favor of the supreme court of
California, believing that better care will
be taken of It.
One of the newer women's organizations
of London is ths Impeiiel club, organized
for the extension among women of knowl
edge' of politics and national affairs. Ths
club has among Its membership six duch
esses, one of whom Is the duchess of
, WOMAN IN CLUB AND CHARITY.
The healthy color of the skin is given to it by the million, of little red
corpuscles in the blood. These are the carriers of nourishment, health and
strength to all parts of the body in other words the very life of the
blood. When the germs of Malaria get into this vital fluid they destroy
these corpuscles and rob the blood of its rich, life-sustaining qualities ren
dering it thin, weak and watery and unable to supply the system with the
needed strength to resist disease. Then the symptoms of Malaria such as
pale, sallow complexions, weak vitality, poor appetite, deranged digestion a
freneral "let down" condition of the system, and perhaps chills and slight
ever, show that this insidious disease is gradually affecting the entire health
Malaria must be removed from, the system through the circulation and thi
medicine to accomplish this is S. S. S. It not only cleanses the blood of all
impure, unhealthy matter, but rids the system of Malaria and restores the
blood to a strong, healthy condition. S. S. S., besides removing the germs
of Malaria, builds up and gives tone and vigor to the entire system by its
fine tonic effects. Malaria is a blood disease, and S. S. S. cures it because
it is a perfect blood purifier. Book on the blood and any medical advioa
vvithoujUarge 77.T SWtfT SFCCtriG CO- TtjAIITAC
Men's Shtrt In the new styles and
patterns, $1.00 values, to fA
close, at, choice. ,. 3 UC
Men's Shirts Worth up to fTCje,
$3.00, Saturday 98c and...., DC
Men's Shirt Worth regularly .
up to 76o, choice JmjC
Men's Linen Collar Great assort,
ment, clean goods, worth up to 1 So, "
choice Saturday to close,
each .., .1C
Misses and Children's Hose, worth op
Co 19c, at, pair 10c
$2.00 Fancy Hand Bags,
$8.00 Fancy Hand Bags,
75c Hair Brushes,
190c Tooth Brashes,
Fresh crisp glnirer snaps, per pound.. 8a
XCello breakfast food, per pkf. 5e
Fancy Santos Coree, per pound ...... ..15e
Fancy Tea Blfttngs. per pound ........UVfca
FRUIT. FRUIT. FRUIT.
Fancy Table peaches, per basket... .....Xw
1-1 bushel baskets Fancy Oaha.r4Jae.Ke
Larg-e Juicy lemons per dosen u.lSo
I measures Freah Roasted Peanuts to
1-t bushel baskets Eating Apples ....... Xo)
BANANA TRUST FIGHT .
Fancy large ripe Bananaa-krea
ularly sold for 30-dos. our price... .....10s
t dosen Nursery Pins
COo White Kid Belts-;
for , ,
DeLona's Hooka and Eyes-. S.,
per card .4 .... ...... ..U
I Spools White Thread
Marlborough; six marchionesses and thirty
one countesses.- Leading politicians hava
been engaged to discuss public affairs be
fore the club each week. , ...
The National Civic Federation,-of which
August Belmont is president, and Samuel
B. Donnelly secretary, offers to tha
women's clubs a lecturer from Hs welfare,
department without expense to the club,
unless an Illustrated talk Is desired, when
a man must be furnished for the stera
OMAHA MARKET PATRONIZED
Local Dealers Will Get Trade frovu
Battle Monntatn Sanitarium,
Bays Captain Palmer.
"We are buying whatever materials we
can In Omaha for the Battle Mountain
sanitarium,1' remarked Captain H. E. Pal
mer Friday morning. "I have Just shipped
six wheel and four drag scrapers up there
to assist In getting the grounds In shape.
These machines were all made In Omaha.
We have also under contemplation an ex
tensive line of artistic fencing to go around
the grounds, most of which. If not all, may
be bought here In Omaha. The plans are
not fully completed for the fencing, aa tha
matter must have the sanction of tha
NO GUARDIAN NOW FOR GATES
County Judge Thinks Best Kot to
Make Appointment Despite
County Judge Leslls Friday announced
he would not appoint guardian for Edward
C. Gates, the Farnam street bookseller,
charged by his relatives with being a
dipsomaniac. The application was dis
missed without prejudice. s
The reason for his refusal waa the faol
that proceedings are now on before tha
insar.ity board to have Gates committed to
the asylum for treatment. Jidge Leslie
said he thought there were sufficient
grounds for the appointment of a guardian
but thought It would bs Improper now in
view of the other proceedings.
RIDS THE SYSTEM