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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: RATTED AY, AUGUST IP, 1906.
Our August Clearing Sale
: Oreat Sale of Men's Shirts
Vitunlitr we- will offer onr riufnmers the prandet shirt bargain opportunity th
wMt ha wver known. Th satire lunpll line and surplus stock of ont of the largest
:Tn,..t w. shirt m' f.etnrers In th. country will b. placed on sal AT MM
TRAJT HAtr ACTUAI. WOMX
AH the Kirk Grade Shirts, In perc. sins-ham, madras, etc., very best patterns,
- lrafl. trr'h Mock. In snft or plmtort bourns, cuffs "",""' or f-T
- dftarhp-l-rnt n hirt In th- lot worth less than 1.0c, nd up Hlft.Ss
12 fit on sale Fatunlay In two great lot at J J m 4at J j
Infants' and Children's
? forth 0p to 1.B0, at U5o and 6O0.
he entire sample line and surplus
, tork of a mmmfarturer. In One
i rhambraya. . ginghams, madrns.ns.
etc, .light or dark colors, an nfw.i
ptys9 and worth up to $1.60, will he
piai 'Mi on aaie rai-
urnay in two ,
Made long and full, nicely trimmed,
worth regularly up to 12.00, In threa
lota Saturday 98c 7&C 50C
Zaaies' 60o Union Suits, all 2r
sixes. Saturday. 39c and suw
Ladies' Corset Covers, neatly trim
med, several different pattern,
worth double Saturday'! 0r
prices SOc, 39c and SJW.
Ken's Fcy Half Boaa, all color, silfc embroidered, worth up to 26c, at, pair ..
Man' 18V Boaa -will no Saturday at pair
loo Xlnen - Collars, Saturday each.
Mean's Unmatched BaLrgLiris to bu
SATURDAY SHOE BARGAINS
: 5 MEN'S HAT CLEARANCE
Men's, Felt Hats lingular $2.00 and $2.50 values, all styles and
; sizes,' on. pale Saturday, at 1 00
: Drug Specials
Beef; Iron, and Wine. . . 25c J Liver Pills, per box... 10c
Orange Flower Skin Food . . 15c Malvina Cream, Saturday . . 10c
Roach Paste. Saturday 10c; Dr. Charles Flesh Food 33c
MunypVs Witch Hazel Soap, 10c Rubber Face Brushes, each.. 8c
LOOK! LOOK! LOOM LOOK!
"I MEATS, at Money Saving Prices at Omaha's Big Meat Dept.;
. fre.h V...W..-.' ...16V2C
Young "Rooster, fresh .... .I1
LeafLard, 13 lbs. for. . . . :$1.00
Fahdy Belly Bacon, guaran-
teed,.., ,f i2y2c
Fancy Sirloin Steak ..8c
Fancy Shoulder Steak . . .'.5V4c
Fancy Shoulder Roast . . '. . . .5c
Fancy Corn Beef 3c
Boiling Beef ....2lo
Pork Loins 9c
Big Grocery Sale Saturday KiSS?
..... . . . .
. 20-pounds bpst Pure Cane
8 pounds' best Hand picked
Navy Beans'. . . . .' . .
8 pounrrs best Rolled Oat
MealTqr. . ; , . . .
4 pounds hulk Laundry
. , Starch. lor.. . , . . , . . .
6 bars best brands Laundry
Soap tor.y:..:V. '. ':. ..
3-pound cans Boston Baked
' Beans for... .;. . .'. .'....
Peanut, Butter, per ; .
( Jar. . ..... .........
Pickling Bplce.vper ' . ", ","
pounds, ...,'.. i. . . , . . .
' i pounds choice' Japan Rice
for. .....,...,.. ; ... . .
Cold Water Starch, per '
f package. .......
1-pound Jars Fresh Fruit
j x i coci v co .,.....,
.X-Celo, per .
1 package.'. :. ;
Fresb'Sbda. Crackers, per
Freah Crisp Olngdr Snaps,
, per pound.
.3 packages Uneeda Biscuits
THE RELIABLE STOnE.
HALF PRICE HANDKER
Our entire stock of Handkerchiefs that have been in any way
soiled or mussed during the past few weeks' sale will be placed
cn saleSaturday at
Just Half Regular Prices.
Lot 1 A great assortment of Children's
Handkerchiefs, at, each '. . 2
Lot 2 Ladies? and Children's Hand- '
kerchief 8, at 2'
Lot 3 Fancy Embroidered and Initial
Handkerchiefs, at, choice ,
Lot 4 10c Embroidered Handker
chiefs, at, choice.
Lot 5 Embroidered and plain Linen
Handkerchiefs, in great variety, at. ... 2
Lot 6 Embroidered arid Scalloped
Swiss Handkerchiefs, at, each. . . .
Lot 7 Embroidered and Scalloped
Swiss Handkerchiefs, at, each. . . .
Lot 8 Pure Linen Hand Embroid
ered Handkerchiefs, at, each. . . ,
REMARKABLE SALE OF
W- FML SViT
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Our cloak buyer, while in New York, secured some of the greatest bargains in New Fall
Suits ever shown in Omaha. Many of these garments will be on display Saturday for the first
time. Values that will prove of intense interest to every lady in Omaha.
Greattsl Groan Depf,
high quality, low prices
Fancy B. F. and Sun Dried Japan
Tea, a fine drink, per- f?
Fancy Tea Sittings, per JI
pound 1 2Q
BUTTER AND CHEESE SALE.
Fancy Separator Creamery Butter,
equal to anything put up In pack'
ages for much higher prices,'-1 t
our price, per pound .1C
Fancy Full Cream Brick . , jj '
Cheese, per pound IjC
Fancy New York White or Wisconsin
Full Cream Cheese, per f
FRUITS. FRUITS. FRUITS.
Fancy Table Peaches, per
. basket ,-CUC
1-3-Trushel baskets fancy
Crabapples, per basket i ,
Large juicy Lemons, per
; . dozen
2 measures Fresh Roasted j
Peanuts.-. '. .7 .". . . .; . -.V."i . : . DC
1-3-bushel baskets Eating'1 .
Apples, per basket DC
BANANA TRUST FIGHt. I'
Fancy farge Ripe Bananas,) regularly
sold for 20c a dozen our f A.
price, per dozen. ......... . . '. 1UC
ELEGANT SAMPLE SUITS Made for
early fall trade, nobbiest atylea. In great
variety of material and colors, A Qfl
$30.00 and $35.00 values at lmfJ
$18.80 NEW FALL SUITS Made of fine
English suitings, In plain and fancy col
ors, beautiful designs, hand-i Q Qf
somely trimmed choice
$15.00 AND $18.00 TAILOR SUITS (Slightly
damaged.) About 75 garments In the lot,
choic?. 8.af"da.T, .a! 3.50
NEW LINGERIE WAISTS Made to sell
up to $7.80, choice Saturday O QS
DAINTY WHITE DRE8SES In Princess
and shirt walat styles, regular 1
$iaoo values, at choice .v.J
NEW FA LI j JACKETS Made of fine Eng
lish coverts, worth $12.50 special "J CI)
Saturday at r. mJJ
$10.00 CRAVEN ETTE COATS In all the
new fall styles on special sale A QE
Saturday at .C
300 NEW SKIRTS Made of fine Panamas,
In grays, blues,, browns and blacks
worth up to ten dollars, at QB
WOMEN'S $8.00 WASH SUITS
WOMEN'S $8.00 DRESSING
SACQUES special at
FROM 8 TILL 10 A, M. $1.00 Bateen An
Underskirts at choice "VW
$6.00 SILK UNDERSKIRTS great O OR
snap Saturday at SfJ
NEW HOME-MADE WR A PPERS best
values In the city at $1.88, $1.75, OR
$L60 and 10
BEAUTIFUL WHITE WAISTS, worth
$1.60, very special value Sat- fQr
urdav at Ufc
Hundreds of Other Rousing Bargains Saturday in This Department
A FURORE IN CHINA
Never before in the history of our Omaha merchandising has our China and Glassware De
partment been so immensely popular as during the last few. weeks. High quality goods at won
derful bargain prices is the secret of this popularity. Our Saturday's specials offer unmatchable
Bargain opportunities. , . , '
100-Piece Dinner Sets, $15, $IS
and $20 ; values, best English
Porcelain, finely decorat- f f
d, special at 126.96.36.199
$8.95, $7.60 and, . . .
Thin Blown. English - C
Tumblers 3.Vfor. .V. ... DQ
r 5 c
Crystal Sugar and
All size Stamp Plates, C
.. i .. sn.tr
300 pairs Grover Soft Shoes for tender feet fuliets, low ff
button and lace Oxfords, $3.00 values at wUU
, ,.... n . ,
200 pairs Men's Stetson's hand sewed lace Shoes, patent Cf
colt, viei kid and box calf, $5.00 and $6.00 shoes'; At.v: DV3
500 pairs Men's patent colt, vid kid and velour calf, up- f Qfl
to-date Oxfords, all welt solca, $30, $4 and $5 values, stl W
300 pairs Men's Calf Bluchers, 2.50 values,,: . . V' Cf
at J U
500 pairs Misses vici kid patent tip extension sole laco 7
Shoes, $1.50 value, at C
580 pairs Childs' vici kid button, and lace Shoes, $1.00
and $1.25 values, at.
An immense sample line of Ladies' Hose in black and white and
all colors in gauze, lisle and fancy lace, worth up to $1.00 a pair,
will be on sale Saturday in two great lots, f &
at, per pair ; I"3 C-,6 3C
at, per pair
Misses' Black Lace Hose, in all sizes, regular? 25o quali
ties, Saturday, at, per pair.......
. . . ... mtm .A.
Silk Veilings; worth up to 50c yard, on sale at, yardJl "Tal2VaO
75c Keep Clean Hair Brush; special Saturday.". .'V.r. ri!. .39o
Adjustable Hose Supporters, worth 50c, at, pairVr'. .'. .65c
Tooth Brushes, worth up to 25c, choice. .......... M . . . . , . . .9c
50c Mexican Drawn' Work Collars, hand made, special Satur-
M l... , - I
$1.50 Leather Hand Bags, special, at. . . . .98c
75c Leather Hand Bags, at. ...... . ..390
Special Sale loots and Builders9
Henry Diston 18 and
26 inch Hand Saws
Ml-D J Old Copper, Butts, , pttiT...,.
Bronsed Plated SteeV. MorUce, ,LcJc. Beta,
Broneed Plated Steel Front' Door Locks.
each ' .....,..J,,.$1.J6
Sash Weights, per poodM..M....Ml.lo
Braided Sash Cord,, pound. ..;..'29o
Saah Rollers, dosen ,....28o
110 7H itL Block Planef..-..,.'.'...J5o'
028 15-ln. Bailey Jack Plane .Sso
0220i7-in. Kadjutable planes. t.....3a
Wire Nails,- per 100 .pounds... ....iuii.$2.15-
Cut Tack a, "pound....".';. ....j..U....bo
Men'a; W Leather Boles, par,;;.,...M.....X9c
No. I Steel Square, each. ,,.... mffMMa
No. I Plumba and Levels, each...... 880
Fine line Cement Toola and many other'
Henry Disson D -58 In. Rip Saws.. ..$1.75
14 In., Com pass. Saws, each. .....10c
II In. Panel Saws, each. 20c
20 In. Hand Saws,, each. ......... 80c
2 In. Hand Saws, each 860
It in. Meat Saws, each ..........28c
MAYDAXE No."llH HAMMERS.: 49o
A good' Hammer , ....10c
SHIP AUGERS WITHOUT SCRBWS. all
car. Btu, an tinNi t:;....:.,.....v...a5o
Auger Blt set ot six ' bits,' In'bardwood
Ratchet Bit Braces.. .,1. 68c
Regular Bit Braces.......,, .....28c
Nickel Plated Ratchet Braces.. ...... ;...'.89o
731 ix3hi Jananned Butts, pair..
..12c articles at low prices.
AFFAIRS' AT SOUTH OMAHA
Ci'.y TreBurer llelober Preparss BUtement
standing at the end of the year Is $67,690
and they are payable from special assess
ments. ' The general bonded Indebtedness
at the present time, as shown by the re
port, is $1,122,880, bearing Interest at the
rate of 4, 5 and 6 per cent, payable an
nually and semi-annually, depending .upon
QUARTER MILLi6M SENT DURING YEAR r bond become due in the year 1910. while
1 ine last ana largest or the lot la not, due
Bonded ''Indebtedness ' of the City Is
NOW i,l2a,8SO, Naae at Which, la
' "unelatil ltlO and Last
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At the meeting ofi th city council next
Monday, night City Treasurer Melcher will
'make ,hl flmt .annyal; report, showing In
detail the receipts - and disbursements; In
the Va'ftotts- fund In bis office for the tlscal
. year ending July 31, together with a state
ment 11 showing .the . outstanding bonds and
warrants. '' !
i The report will show that at the end
of the -'ar there was a net cash balance
of $JC,l44.2S In the" hands of the treasurer,
lncUmin' 1 fibiyf , that . buve been re
ceived feH Betrer'boads, city hall bonds.
, Intenqrl and., prtiijin them, as well as
the nieueys t,ht have been derived from f held from September S to 8. This company
other'H'ml similar sources. j has some excellent shows, several of which
The fuU report ..sluews the receipt and ! will be seen for the first time In the west,
disbursement 01 all- the moneys paid Into Besides the aerial acts and the high wire
; the treasury during the year.- sotting forth j performers there will be other free attrac
' deflsMMSTtto what' funds they were ap- , tlons. such as a balloon ascension every
portlrjpea, as well s from what source j evening, and a high diving dog will per-
I'ivac reelVjSd ". ' ''
I'lM aaioui( received from the general
and payable until 1926. While all of these
bonds are not due and payable until a
stated time, there is an option clause In
each, giving the city the right to pay any
of them after a certain period, and It Is
now posaiblo to take1 up some of the
earlier Issues did the city so desire. None
of .these bonds has ever had an Interest
period go by when the Interest has not
been paid, and with the levy ss it Is this
year there will be no necessity for such
a contingency arising with the added In.
debtednesa of the $150,000 for the big sewer
system, which Is to be built soon.
Outstanding- warrants July SI amounted
Attractions for Strn Fair.'
The Ancient Order of United Workmen
carnival committee has engaged the 8t
Louis Amusement company to furnish the
attractions for .the coming carnival to he
vles. Insludlng. the. Interest, for the year
ending SAtfgust ' L 1906, was $159,636.61. Of
' this, the full amount was apportioned to
the "fifrerrnt departments of the . ctly for
Ute.iIfguUir. running expense. In addition-tu
this there' was lS9,aA and a few
. scuffing receipts, which were added, that
? makrsMbe - entire . distribution of the re
ce'lpts' fbr the running of the city amount
, to-42St,&.45. .-. . ..
, ."Th tot-tl rtieneys received by the treas-
; twri and not included In the general re
ceipt IM '$",W.77."'
j , Paring the last, J ear there hat been 'ex
panded for dtotrlct.-paving. grading, sewers
; aidpihr kip, , improvements $14,.
) 5swsLi -.- ! j
j "?T"! n'tHVnnt tif, special district bonds out-
- Xirrhoa. Dysentsry, Flux, Cholera, In
. factum, etc., can be quickly cared by
,'tlrery home should have a supply of
tim reliable remedy on hand. (0 yeara
;';,tt cures.' All drufilata sell It
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tT55n MEN &N0 WOMEN.
t . stMuun,ax
I'm Bk t for ana. Ural
IrriutiM. or Mlr.uus
f ii.il BMmaruiM.
Swl by snnuu,
. er ml ta U!a in',
1 kr, UIIMi e4. af
A l . or kollli T.
9 . Cmeiaf fJ ee maart.
form twice a day. t
No effort Is being spared to make this
the best carnival every given In the city.
Everything will be clean and a noticeable
feature will be the conspicuous absence
of fake concessions.
The Degree of Honor Is preparing for a
country store. Judge Spwers will conduct
the Initiation work which . will be had
every evening in the lower hall of the
Temple building, commencing at nine min
utes after 9 o'clock. A special night has
been designated for the Knights of the
Several dosen paper balloons will carry
the news , of the carnival t the country
and the person returning the tag which will
be found attached will upon presentation
be awarded a season ticket to the carnival.
Definite arrangements for a monster pa
rade to be held on the first day will be
made at a meeting ef th eommltte to
night. . '. -
K a pectins; Secretary Wtlaen.
Although there Is nothing Sennits known
as to the date of the arrival In this city
of Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson
It la felt among the packers that h might
appear at any time to make an Inspection
of the packing houses her. This feeling
does not only exist among th packers,
but Is evidenced by the neat Inspector
In the different houses.
Every place In tb different houses where
dirt Is liable to accumulate Is kept as
clean as possible and other places are
thoroughly cleaned and scrubbed each even
ing before th men quit their work.
Th Inspectors are also making prepara
tions for the coming- or their chief and
every man now has bis spotless white uni
form, which he Is wearing every day while
on dnty in the different departments.
When the chief of the Agricultural de.
partment Inspects the packing houses In
South Omaha,, he will find all departments
of every plant as clean as could be desired.
Maele pity Gosaljp.
weekly payment land sale Is promised
lor 6aui& OauUt la tU n future fey
one of the leading real estate men of the
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. 8mlth report the
birth of a son at their home. 2410 R street.
H. C. Cowln, president of the National
Packing company and residing In Chicago,
was In the city the fore part of the week
looking over the new plant.
D. Clark and Mrsi Clark leave today for
a two weeks' trip In the mountains. -
Jetter'a Gold Top Beer delivered to all
parts of the city. Telephone No. 8.
After an absence of more than a year
Zack Cuddtngton has returned to the city.
Washakie tribe' No. 391, Order of Red
Men. is planning a dance for next Monday
. Mike Volosky was put to cutting weeds
for the next four days by the police Judge
John Cashon was released from the cus
tody of the police yesterday tor lack of
Postmaster F. J. Etter has returned from
his vacation in Custer county, much Im
proved In health.
Two small ducks were the cause of Vic
toria Rosykoiimka paying $7 In police court
After a month's sojourn In Wisconsin
and Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Marsh have
returned to the city.
Patrick J. Martin and a party of friends
leave this week for the western part of
the state to look over some land.
The Jetter Gold Top ball team will play
the Ideal - Hustlers team on the latter
grounds In Council Bluffs next Sunday.
Captain Charles Morton of the police de
partment leavns today for Crete, where he
Joins his family. He will be absent about
G. H. Wilcox, accompanied by Mrs. Wil
cox, left yesterday for a vlait of a tew
weeks' duration with friends and relatives
H. M. Chj-Utle and Lou Etter left last
night for a trjp to the mountains of Col
orado. They will be out of U city for
about ftfleei) dax-
Mrs. V. T. Miller, who is sojourning with
her daughter in the mountains of Colo
rado, will return to the city Monday after
an absence of about five weeks.
Make an offer on the northwest corner of
18th and Mfaouri Ave. a nearly new
bouse, east front, and neat cottage, south
front; two new lots. Room for two mure
houses. Will sell on easy terms. Price,
12.-M. N. P. Dodge & Co., 1714 Farnam St.
Robert Wataon, at one time employed
In Swift's loading department and for
many years a resident of South Omaha, lx
v lulling In the city. Mr. Wataon has been
engaged In the lumber camps of Uie south
aa superintendent for the Cady Lumber
company at Alexandria. La.
SOCIALISTS NAME A TICKET
Batcher Bent Lawyer for
inntlon for th Connty
. m JtttnrnershtB. ,
Th soclallsts'of Douglas county met last
night at 117 North Sixteenth street and en
dorsed candidates for the party nomina
tions at ths primaries. Stat senator and
representatives and county officers were
named in short order, each man nominated
getting the unanimous vote of the twenty
five men and women present at the meeting.
When it came to- the selection of men to
fill vacancies on the county central com
mittee some time was consumed In a
wrangre over constltutlonalltles, and the
matter was adjusted by the passage of a
motion to let the committee fill its own va
cancies. No endorsements were made for
overseers of highways, as the convention
had no llt of the party members by dis
tricts. There was only one contest In the con
vention and that was for the endorsement
for the county attorneyship. J. B. Ran
dolph, a lawyer, and Thomas Bowen, a
butcher, had been nominated. One man
mad a talk against Mr. Randolph on the
ground that, th parly ought never to en
dorse a lawyer or "an exploiter of labor,"
and. when toe baUot was taken It show 3d
New Mexico, .
Republic of Mexico
AUGUST 2 1ST.
SEPTEMBER 4TH AND 18TJI,
OCTOBER 2D AND I6TII. !
NOVEMBER 6TH AND. 20TII
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MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. & IRON MOUWIAIN KUUlii
taii : ni rnrc t d t v ijiiiikikv h t a 1 h
n.. C. TOWNSEND, General. Passenger and Ticket Agent,
ST. LOWS, MO.
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thirteen votes for Mr. Bowen and three for
Mr. Randolph, several present not voting
at all. Parker Condlt was chairman of
the meeting- and Peter Mehrens secretary.
Immediately after this convention a con
gressional convention was called, which en
dorsed a candidate for congress from the
district and named a congresaionsl com
mittee pf five. , B. H. Vail was chairman
of this convention snd Mr. Porter secre
tary. Following;, we re the candidates endorsed:
Slat Senatora-leorge- Weils, J. A. Ja
sebaen. South Omaha; C. T Michaelsen.
Slat itirolaUv WUJiSJn ; .W set-
man. William Wlemer, South Omaha: E. I.
Morrow, J. N. Carter, W. C. Rog-ere. Water
loo; N'ela Laretaen. Charles Badllek, Wil
liam Oillen. T. C. Jeffries.
County Attorney Thomas Bowen.
Superintendent of fubllo Instruction
Mrs. Marian Mrllvane.
County Commissioner Charles Harms.
Congressman from Second District Peter
Congressional Committeemen Parker
Condlt, L. L. Mcllvane. A. I. Morrow,
George Wells. T. C. Jeffrie.
Metrmeata of Ocean Venecia Amm. 10.
At New York Arrived: Calabria, from
Naplos. - Sailed: ia Bretagne, for Havre;
HsUi OUv, tor Chris Uaoia, and Copau-
hagsn; Kalserln August Victoria, for Ham
burg; Bona Huhepberg, for Trieste.
At Manchester Arrived: Caledonian, from
At Liverpool Arrived: Majestic, from
New York: Noordland, from Philadelphia
Sailed: Canada, for Montreal.
At London Arrived: Marquette, from
At Qucenstown Balled: Merlon (from
Liverpool) for New York.-
At Boston Sailed: Lancastrian, for Lon
don; 1-aurentlan, for Glasgow; Republic,
Sons Good . Real ISstat Sales. .
Allee- Mr Ci .Johnson lis bought from
feat U Kyle in twe tot and lour (ram
houses st the northwest earner of Twenty
fifth snd Davenport streets, for $XUM
The property Is liil33 feet. Mr. DylmC
bought lot 6, block 1 Hansom Place, foi
$4,300. This is en Twenty-eighth street.
Just south of Pacific, and has a dwelllni
house on it. ,
Mt. Clemens, th Mrnncwl Path Tils,
Is rearHM. without ethce of cars only b,
the Grand' Trunk Rajlway System.. ' .
Tim tables and a beautiful descrlpUvt
pamphlet will be mailed free on application
to Geo. XV., Vaux., A Of. P. ' T. IM
Adjua SU, Cblcxe .w
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