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THE OMAHA' DAILT BEE: SATURDAY, ' ATJOT7ST 25, 190(3.
Our Special Saturday Prices are Persuasive Baying Arguments to those Appreciating Real Bargains
Another Great SMrt Sale
ton ta H.M Vilnti a. CJhaioe. BOo Several hundred dozen
Shirts, in soft and pleated bosoms, cuffs and collars attached
or detached, ail the most up-to-date patterns and styles, tho
entire sample line of a prominent mannnf actorer will be a
plAoed on sale Saturday, at, choioe J UC
' " See display in our Sixteenth Street Window.
Men BOo and 7Se Shirt, tn all rises
and colon, good patterns, 1C,
at choice ........... I
Hem's fiumir tWhrwer, la plain
and fancy oolors. that sold up to
fi ll pee garment, will go TQ.
at, per garment. ..
Men's 80o and BOo Fnderwear. la all
sizes, on bargain square f
Saturday, at. ...... U C
fn Our Creaf Shoe Deparfmenf
In order to get ready for new fixtures and a rearrangement
of this department we will give you ,the greatest values ever
Men's fins Shoes, band sewed Bottoms,
beach roade, all leathers, . . . EA
16.00 values, at,'. ........
Ladles' fine VI d Kid and Patent Colt
Lace and Button . Shoes, wait and
tarn soles, worth np to f AO
16.00, at.... ...4-0
Ladles' fine Vict Kid Blucher Oxfords
A c'omplete new stock of very latest models.
A swell line of Bon Ton Corsets in all the
new models and fabrics.
Royal Worcester Corsets, like cut, or with
medium bust or girdle top, t ((
All other, new 6tyles at $1.00 up to $4.00. "
HAYDEN'S WE GREATEST GROCERY DEPARTMENT
10 lbs. best Purs Cane Granulated
lbs. beat hand picked Navy Beans. 2 5c
t lbs. best Rolled Oatmeal ....... 25c
1-Ib. can Condensed Cream 7 He
H-lb. c&n Condensed Cream. .... .4c
X-Oelo Breakfast Food, per pkg. . . .5c
The best Soda Crackers, per lb.... 8c
Bromangolon or Jello, par pkg...7Mc
1-1 b. can Condensed Soup... Oo
Potted Meats, per can . .8c
011 Sardines, per can,. He
1-lb. can fancy Alaska Salmon. . . .10c
Large bottle assorted Pickles. . .8 l-8c
Fancy Sour Pickles, per quart. ...10c
Fancy Sweet Pickles,' per quart. . .15o
Large Glasses pure Fruit Jelly. . .TJo
Peanut Butter, per Jar. ......... .Oo
Fancy B. F. Japan Tea, per lb.... 25c
Fancy Sun Dried Japan Tea, per lb. 20c
Fancy Tea Sifting, per lb 12 He
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Amateur Thief Catcher Vabi a Eurelar in
HAS HIM CORRALLED WHEN OFFICER COMES
Mrs. D. J. Reynolds of Omaha Has
Throat Severely Cot hy. Brakes
' Class , While RidlBK oi '
While a 'special officer went in search
of a policeman, amateur thief -catchers
captured a burglar In M. Andreason's gro
cery store,-128. North Twenty-sixth street,
late Thursday night, and the burslar. Who
also proved to be much, of an amateur,
is now safely lodged behind the bars of
the city Jail. The captor was P. A. Burke,
Twenty-sixth and T streets, whose wit
runs a board In house, and when he peered
into the dimly Uchted store he recognized
the lawbreaker as . one of his wife's
boarders and peremptorily ordered htm to
some out and give himself up, which tho
fellow promptly did. ...
In . gaining i entrance to the store the
burglar, who gave his name as Henry
Kane, cut 'out a panel in the door next
to the alley, and crawled through. In
rummaging about the store he was over
heard by ,- Mrs. Andreason, the building
'being alsq used, as living quarters by the
family, and she gave the alarm. Among
those summoned were Burke and Special
Officer Smith. - The latter feared to tackle
the Intruder alone and leaving Burke on
guard ' went . to '.And a' regular officer.
While be was gone . Burke looked Into
the store and recognized Kane. Calling
to him, he told Kane to come out or he
. would shoot, and Kane, compiled. When
Smith returned without a poltoeman, Kane
was turned over to him and taken to
At the Jail Kane said he was drunk and
thought maybe he oould find a little money
In the cash drawer. He is but 21 years
old and came here from Boston. lie began
working for the 8wift Packing company
three weeks ago, ".
- A serious accident occurred In connection
Even if mercury and potash could cure Contagious Blood Poison, the
condition in which these strong minerals leave the system would make the
cure worse than the disease. But they cannot core the vile disorder ; they
can only cover np the symptoms for awhile to break out with, renewed vio
lence when the treatment is left off. When the virus of Contagious Blood
Poison enters the blood the entire circulation becomes poisoned, and the
loathsome symptoms begin to appear. The mouth and throat ulcerate, hair
and eyebrows come out, glands of the neck and groin swell, copper-colored
pots appear on the body, and in severe cases sores arfd ulcers break out, and
even the bones become diseased. S. S. S. is the only certain, safe cure for
Contagious Blood Poison ; thousands have been cured by it after failing with
the mineral treatment. Hot Springs, etc It is the only remedy that is able
to get at the root of the disease and force out the poison so that no signs are
vex sees again. S. S, S. is purely vegetable, being made of roots, herbs
nd barks, and never leaves any bad effects, but instead, tones up the stom.
ach and digestion and builds up every part of the system wUUe. removing
Ahe poison from the blood. Book with instructions lor self treatment and
medical advice free, ' TH SWIFT SPLCJFtG CO., A TLAMTA OA.
Mob's Tie An Immense line of men's
necktie wbJah won Id mU regularly
at 6o, choioe Saturday, IQc
Men' 85c and 80o Saspenulers, each
pair In neat box, will go CA
Davui urn, a, yv... .,.. ... w w
Men's Fancy Hose, worth np to 2 So.
greatest assortment and' boat bar
gains ever shown In Omaha, 7l
at IS Ho and 2C
and Patent Colt Gibson Ties.'.SS.OO
and 8.60 values, 1 98
The best Boys' and Girls
Shoes made, at ;
Home Made Union Stamp Work Shoes
(or men that will give ser-
men that will glre ser- - 2 Q Q
Fancy Santos Coffee, ner lb. .... 1 15o
Fancy Porto Rloo Blend Coffee, per
EGGS. EGGS. EGGS.
Strictly frest No. 1 Eggs, per dos. 18o
FlttlT. Kit LIT. tttvil'i t
Large basket fancy table Peaeb.es'. 15o
Fancy Grapes for Jelly, per basket J 15c
1-3-bushel baskets fancy ripe To
matoes ...... . , ,15c
Large ripe Bananas,, per doz. . . . . 10c
2 measures fresh Roasted" Peanuts. 15c
ORANGES ,FOR ORANGEADE.
Cheaper than Lemons. '
Fancy Juicy Oranges-r-as long as they
last per doz . k- ; , . ; . , . 1JliC
Wild Cherry Phosphate i bottle
makes 6 gallons per bottle. . 12 He
with the repairs to the tracks of the street
railway company on Missouri avenue from
a collision of a trolley car loaded with pas
sengers with the end of a steel rait.' Mrs.
D. J. Reynolds, SIS South Eleventh; street,
Omaha, was seriously Injured. She was en
route to South Omaha to attend the funeral
of Lizzie Curran, the Infant daughter, of
Bernard Curran, a friend, and was occupy
ing the front seat of the car. Between
Twentieth and Twenty-fourth streets the
light, old rails are being taken up and
heavy rails substituted. The new rails not
in position were lying between the -others
at Twenty-third street, and the end of the
rail was so high that it caught the Journal
box of the truck as the car passed over.
This brouaht the car to art instant stop
and Mrs. Reynolds was . thrown out of her
seat and against the glass of the front
window. It broke and lacerated her throat
just under the point of the chin. A wound
nearly two inches long was Inflicted and
one piece of the glass 'came near to' pen
etrating her mouth, narrowly ' missing Im
portant blood vessels. Not thinking her
wound was so serious she rode an in the
same car to Twenty-fourth and O streets,
which was her destination. When ahe ar
rived at 2312 O street it was found that her
Injury needed immediate attention sand Dr.
Delanney was called. He dressed her
wounds, consisting of the out and several
bruises about the head, -the former being
the most serious.. Owing to the uneven
edges of the wound it ijiay leave a scar,
but it Is hoped not. Several other passen
gers on the car were pitched out of-their
seats and shaken up. The car. waS not run
ning fast at the time.' ,. " .. v '
Hot Weather . nard on Babies. .
Chiefly as a result of the heated weather
of the last week or more there has been
a death rate greater than usual among the
babies In South Omaha. Three were re
ported yesterday to the city clerk, though
in one caae the report of death was de
layed. This was the death of Llssl Cur
ran, 2-months-old daughter of Bernard
Curran. The baby died August 21 'and' the
funeral - was - held Wednesday afternoon.
The burial was In St. - Mary's cemetery.
Another death waa that of little Stanley
Cheeck, ' whose parents "live; at '82! North
Twenty-eighth street. The burial was Au
gust 22 In the German Oalhollo cemetery.
A third waa that of Sylvia E. Kldd. Infant
daughter of Elijah Kldd, at, Twenty-sixth
W BTIXB II
A CERTAIfl S AFE
Awakening Sale of Wo
"We are. placing on sale Saturday the surplus stocks and sample lines of six manufacturers of
ladies' and children's garments means another tremendous saving opportunity to our custom
ers on garments for fall wear.
Stock of Women's
Stock of Children's
825 Tailor Suite In Panamas, cheviots, serges moires,
fancy mixed fabrics, nun's veilings, etc., worth up to
120, most of them slightly damaged; will be on Q C
sale Saturday at, choice
A SPLENDID SHOWING OF NEW PALL SUITS
Our first showing of new fall styles the advaace guard of the most complete stock ever shown in Omaha Is
n Index to the beet of the fall fashions.
Crown . Jewel Salts The most exquisite garments we
hare ever shown at the price, are received enthusiastic',
ally by the loners of good dress at moderate price; 22
of them sold is the record for the first day (Thursday.)
A hew shipment shown for the first time Sat- C C
urday; $36 values at, choice . D
Splendid display of handsome tailored Suits Saturday
at 915.00, 918.50, 925.00, '935.00 up to 960.00.' ' "
Children's Dress Special A great stock Just ' received,
splendid assortment of styles, In white and fifi
Colors, worth up to $6; at 91-50 and JOC
New Home Made Wrappers Made ex
tra full, all fast colors, best values in
the city at 91. OS, 91.75, f AA
91.50, 91.25 and .. ..l.UU
Imported English Rockingham - Tea
Pots, plain or decorated, f A
worth up to 40c at, choice. . 1UC
Stamp Plates, In all sizes,
at, each. . . . .-
Mason Fruit Jar Covers, f
(ungraded), per dozen ...DC
Fancy Decorated China Plates,
Art Pottery Jardinieres, worth up to
22.00. special at 66c, 46o, )C.
26c and........... LDC
Thin Blown Tumblers, Satur- f?
day three for.. DC
Decorated Delf Vases, in Cobalt blue
and gold, regular 21-60 )(;.
values, at tDC
Remarkable bargains unmatched In
quality at the price.
Fancy Silk Hose in black, 'white and
colors, worth up to 22.00 QO.
Sale price , Saturday ...... JJ
Black Lace and Fancy Colored Hose,
regular 60c qualities 7C
-will go at .... ...... J DC
Black and Fancy. . Colored Hose
i woTthrp-to 26c in two .8'
, lots, atiac and . ......... IUC
and P streets. The uneral of this baby
was held August 2 and the burial was in
Laurel Hill cemetery.
' Tramps Frighten People.
William Barnum and James Smith,, two
drowsy, tramps, were tho cause of con
siderable fright Wednesday evening in the
vicinity of Twenty-second and O streets.
One of the residents of that neighborhood
saw the two men prowling about his house
rather late In the evening, and, though they
did not approach at that time, his suspi
cions were aroused. He kept his eye on
them. He saw them slip away Into a va
cant lot and lie down In a patch of tall
weeds. - After watching steadily for a long
time and seeing that they still remained
In the weeds, the man became alarmed,
thinking they were lying In wait for soma
one or waiting until a later hour for an
attack on some of the nearby houses. At
11 o'clock he notified the police and Captain
Turnqulst. .responded. When . the rendez
vous was- pointed out he waded Jntp the
weed patoh and found the .men peacefully
sleeping In the open air. He Invited them
to. partake of the hospitalities of the
city Jail and yesterday morning Judge King
sentenced them .to a term, and the scythe.
They will probably have the chance , to' cut
down the unlucky "tall green" which fur
nished thelj shelter.
rinds Runaway Wife.
' William E. Hyde of Kansas City arrived
In Omaha Wednesday evening In search of
a runaway wife. ' Mrs. Hyde is Bald to have
deserted him several months ago for. the
affections of a man by the name of Fred
Quth. I.They . first slipped over the line
Into Kansas and later came to Omaha. Outh
has been In South Omaha, going under the
name of Connors, and has passed the
woman as his wife. Wednesday night,
within half an 'hour of his arrival, Hyde
met Outh on . N street and followed him
until he oould turn him over to an officer.
Captain Turnqulst made the arrest. The
arrest of. Mrs. Lulu May, Hyde, the. second
party to the case, was.jnade yesterday
morning. A state complaint was filed
against tnem. . . .
Laborer Overcome by Heat.
Theodore Swartschlld. a laborer In one of
the South Omaha packing houses, was
overcome by heat Wednesday . afternoon
The attack began, it- Is thought, while at
work during the oppressive afternoon and
after he had quit work and was going to
bis home at Thirty-third and Q streets he
collapsed and fell unoonscious on the street.
He was assisted to the shade and prompt
aid waa administered. In the course of an
hour he had recovered consciousness and
ta now thought to be on - the road to
recovery, provided the weather should
Coif Toaraasaeac at Clab.
The members of the South Omaha
Country club ara to engage in the pre
liminary tryout for the golfing tournament
Saturday and Stmday. The tournament
proper will be held during,- the ' com
ing week. The best eighteen players,
determined by the results of the - try
outs, will be eligible to enter the tourna
ment " The tryout Is open to all the mem
bership of the South Omaha club. The
contest this year will be restricted td the
membership for the season that this Is
the first year of the organisation. Special
entertainment features will be provided
during. the tournament and the women will
be prominent at' the grounda. The regular
Friday night social dance will occur, to
THE RELIABLE STORE
Stock of FaahJouaMe
Stock of Cravenette
See them whether you wish to buy or
From a Till 10 A. M. Women's
Sateen Underskirts, worth 76c, limit
of two to a customer for . lf
the two hours,- at. ........ . J DC
In order to close out the balance of
our Hammock stock quickly all will be
placed on sale Saturday at the followi
Hammocks worth up to AC
80c at, choice..... tOC
Hammocks worth up to ' H i
11.40 at, choice..... ..UC
ammocks worth up to 1 C A
22.60 at, choice... 1.3U
Hammocks worth up to 1 A
24.60 at. choice..... Z,OU
Our piioes always mean 'money saved to
our. customers. Read these piioes: '
Spring Chickens, (fancy), ,b
per pound. ........... , , IOC
Choice Shoulder Roaat, CLlr
per pound. . ..;.'.'.'.,... '.OfC
Choice Shoulder Steak. ' -
per pound -
Boiling- Beef, - '
Bausaee, all kinds, '
per pound ...w.......
per pound. .
Choioe Corn Beef,
, per., pound
night, at which the nature of the tourna
ment will be fully explained.
. Maple City Gossip.
John Currsn and wife, Thirty-ninth and
P streets, have a son.
E. Trobough, Thirty-second and U streets,
reported the birth of a boy.' -
Jetter's Gold . Top Beer delivered to all
parts of the city. Telephone No. 8.
Mrs. Elgar.O. Smith,' Twenty-seventh and
E streets, Is reported to be quite til.
Mrs. William . Palmer of Lincoln Is the
guest this week of Mrs. Mary Dittle. .
Arthur Brainard has returned from a
visit with his grand parents In Chicago.
A. A. Wright returned Tuesday from
Kimball county, ,. where , he purchased, a
section of land.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T." Juanon,, 601 South
Fifteenth street, have been blessed by the
advent of a son. ' - -
It Is reported that Frank Plvonka IS very
low, having suffered a year or more from
a chronic Illness. t ...
Hugh Murphy, the Contractor, is unload
tg paving brick on Missouri avenue, ready
for laying the same,
O. N. Means. James Smith and Joe Korbo
were among the prlautiers to receive short
sentences in pollc courjl yesterday.
Washakie Tribe No. 3. Independent Order
of Redmen, will meet at Masonic hall Mon
day evening. All chiefs welcome.
Mrs. DeWltt White- Is said to have ac
companied her husband to Missouri, whero
he is taken under custody for. trial.
Mrs. Thomas Hoctor gave a bii thday
party for her son,- Emmett, Wednesday
evening.. A number, of young friends were
present. ,-w .
Robert- William Bums,- Infant son of
John W. Burns, has been legally adopted
by his grand parents, William M. Burns
'August Hellman; suspected of having led
away a blooded dog belonging to M. E.
Stoner of Omaha, was transiered to Omaha'
Misa Nora Olichrlst will return from
Chicago today, wnere she-has been for
the past three weeks visiting her sister,
Mrs. A. M. Coleman.
South Omaha circle. Fraternal Life asso
ciation, will entertain friends at a dance
given Wednesday evening, September 12, at
the A. O. U. W. balk
Mrs. T. Reade and little son from Birken
head, England, are visiting her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoog, 462
South Twenty-fourth street.
W. 11 Crosby of the Crosby-Kopejtz-Casey
company has gone to Kimball county
to purchase .land. Much railroad land Is
being sola in that part of the state.
C. W. - Tyner, : Twenty-seventh and E
streets, who has been in Chicago and other
Illinois point., returned yesterday, report
ing a line trip. He was accompanied by
las children. Helen, Charles and Miss Leila.
It is reported that Mrs. James Ross, 1.6
South Twenty-third street, attempted to
commit suicide yesterday morning by tak
ing laudanum; Dr.-A. II. Koonlg was at
once called and her life saved. The fam
ily deny it was an attempt at suicide.
Make an offer on the northwest corner of
l&ih and ' Missouri Avs. a nearly new
house, east- f ronr, and neat cottage, south
front; two new lots. Room for two more
houses. Will sell on easy terms. Price,
UttO. N. P. Dodge & Co., 1714 Far nam St.
OMAHA LANDS CONTRACTS
Local Firms leesrt Work of Eonlf
7 pingr Battle Moaataia Sani
tarian at Hot Springs.
Captain H. E. Palmer has Just concluded
contracts with Omaha firms for - S6,'60
worth of work. 'to be undertaken at once
at the Battle Mountain sanitarium. Hot
Springs, S. .;''' - v
A contract has been entered -Into with
the Larsen-Baker Ice Machine company
of Omaha, for !,S50, for the Installation
of (wo cold stqrage rooms at the sani
tarium, and wlth-the- Anchor Fence Manu
facturing company of ' Omaha, for 11.001
of fencing, and with the Owena Concre't
Feuce and Post - company of Omaha, fur
400. ' .' V' '.
' iaO :-
a. V '
Stork of Women's
Manufacturer's Stock of Wrappers and
Manufacturer's Stock of Cravenette Coats Worth up to
112, about 260 garments In this lot. . On A Q C
sals Saturday at, ohoice. . TJD
Come in ail colors and newest styles.
Fine Walking Skirts In Panamas and English twills,
In all newest shades and black, worth 28; 4 QP
early sale prloe. . . , TtJD
New Fall Jackets Made of fine broadcloths and Mohegan
coverts,' In tans and blacks; splendid values T P
Saturday at $18.50, $S.90, 97.50 and $D
New Fall Waist In fine linen messalinea, trimmed with
dainty wash laces and embroidery, first show- 1 CI O
' Ing In Omaha, at 93.08 and. ,,JO
New Silk Waists In great assortment of plaids and
plain colors, just received.
From 0 Till 10 A. M. Women 92.00
Moire and Sateen Underskirts, on
sale for this one hour, "7Q-.
Fancy Goods, Books and Ladles'
Neckwear at bargain prices.
50c Pillow Tops, at ......89c
25c Pillow Tops, at , .... , 10c
Tapestry Pillow Covers, at. ...... 15c
12-in. Bartenburg Dollies, at. ... . 10c
Mexican Drawn Work Collars, hand
made, 60c values, at , ...15o
SOo White Hand Bass, at. ...... .80c
26o Shoe String Shopping Bags,
special, at 15o and ...10c
New Envelope Purses, regular f 1.60
values, at 08c
Ladies' Neckwear, in newest styles,
worth up to BOc, Saturday at 26c,
20c and .15c
50c and 75c Books, by popular authors,
standard : bindings, each 23c
A new line of Henty Books at. . . .15c
Saturdy Drug Specials
Cold Cream, per one pound
Curllne, per 1 A
Almond Cream, - 10C
Orange Flower Skin Food, f Q(
Rubber Gloves, per CI
pair ........ JDC
Rubber Brushes, -to
each i: . .'. . .s . ,'. , . . . , ,Yf OC
ICE TRUST ON ANXIOUS SEAT
Local Combine ia Disconcerted Cver . Flans
of Employes to Expose Dsal
NVESTIGATION MAY BE RESUMED
Douglas Arm.gr, Independent Dealer,
Says He Will Sell at Twenty
Cents a Hundred la
' The fact that people had read with In
terest the story in The Bee Thursday to
the effect that Douglas Armour, a former
driver for' the Omaha Ice and Cold Stor
age company, had embarked In the busi
ness of selling Ice at 40 cents per 100
pounds was decisively evident ' Friday
morning by the numerous calls over Tho
Bee's telophones, "Where can we find the
man who Is selling 40-cent Ice?"
Mr. Armour Is not only bucking thf
trust by selling Ice at 40 cents now, but
he says he Will cut his own price in two
and sell for 20 cents a 100 after May 1.
"I have a contract for all the ice I wli:
need, which runs until May 1, and during
that period I will not sell for more than
40 cents, and after that date I will sail
for 20 cents," said Mr. Armour. "I do
not only think I can do this; I know It.
I have been in the ice business for other
people too long not to understand the
business. I "know where the people are
being gouged and I am not going to be
guilty of gouging them, for I can make
a good living In the business without It.
I have lived in Omaha for many years,
am well known here and need no intro
duction to satisfy people of my. stand
Mr. Armour has two partners In the
venture. One of them accompanies him
on his rounds. lie started out Thursday
morning with a little old butcher wagon,
but before the day was over he had n
large wagon and is now preparing to add
othtis to his foroe. He hopes to cover
a wide area, lie is overrun with requests
from Ice trust patrons for the privilege
of buying from him.
Spy Commends Armour.
Thursday when he started out his old
employers, the Omaha Ice and Cold Storage
company, Immediately detailed a clerk
from its office to follow Armour and report
the amount of his business. The clerk was
a young man who but recently was grad
uated from the high school and Is prepar
ing to go to college. He knew Armour well
and spoke of him as a trustworthy man.
Armour had been informed from certain
sources that his former employers were
trying to trump up a charge against him
on which to effect his arrest as a means of
combatting his plucky enterprise, but he
waa complacent as to the outcome of such
A movement Is on foot among some of
the independent Ice men to make a whole
sale disclosure ' of evidence pertaining to
the details of the ice business calculated
to afford some excellent grounds on which
the county attorney may resume that In
vestigation. This movement Is causing con
siderable uneasiness to the ice trust barons,
who ara loud in their denunciation of the
persons who presume to say that such a
thing aa an ice trust exists la Omaha. The
Headquarters for Long Silk Gloves
No matter what your glove wants they can be supplied at our
busy glove department. Almost
fashionable colors, lengths and styles are shown at lowest prices.
Long Silk Cloves, in black, white and all colors, all with re
inforced finger tips, in complete
Ladles' Short Gloves, In black, white
and all colors, best values In )C
the city, at 60c and. .......
Butts regular f?
at 29c and DC
60c values, at
These garments are summer weights,
but great bargains at Saturday's prices.
Ladles' Muslin Skirts, regular f Cfl
21.60 values, at I.JU
Men's and Ladies' Umbrellas
At Less Than Half Price
Only a portion of this immense stock of sample umbrellas)
could be shown Friday. Saturday the balance of the lines will
be brought forward. Never before have we shown such remark
able bargains or such unlimited variety.
Men's and Ladles' Sample Umbrellas
that would sell regularly up to 22.60
taped edge, In plain black and col
ors, great assortment of plain and
fancy handles, choice Qfi
Saturday , ,
Men's and Ladles' Umbrellas which would sell regularly up U 21.00, AQa
will go on special sale Saturday at, choice .Jv
Sale of Rockers Saturday
Hardware, Stoves and Housefur
19 -In. No. 7'r!(rton jr'an! Saw
i ,. f 103
ZS-ln. No.' 7, DtsBton Hand Saw, .
!i-ln. No. 7 Ulton Kip saw..
20-ln. D 8 Plsston Panel Saw..
28-ln.' D 8 DlHSton Hand' Saw.'-.
18-ln. D 8 Dlsston Rip Saw ,...S1.4tf
80-ln. No. 11 DUston Panel Saw Sl.as
26-ln. No. IS Dlsston Hand Saw. , , , , .B1.01
88-ln. No. li Dlsston Rip Saw.. . . . . . .1.87
8-in. Bslloy Iron Smooth Plane, ii-tn
10-ln. Bailey Iron Hmooth Plane,
inch cutter 91
fact that prices are maintained at extor
tionate figures and that the short-weight
system Is practiced, and that drivers of Ice
trust wagons carry scales or. not Just as
they please these facts the trust barons
argue are simply Incidental and do not go
to prove the existence of a very strong and
effective combine. But some of the em
ployes of the trust talk differently.
BREAKERS ALONG THE LINE
Democratic Brethren Threaten to
Damp Movement for Initiative
and Referendum Law.
Although ton council men voted for the
acceptance of the Initiative and referendum
law and Mayor Dahlman has signed the
ordlrance, several councllmen say thoy
have reason to think differently of the
proposition now that they have had more
light shed upon It through Information
conveyed to them and personal Investiga
tion of their own. The ordinance In Itself
does not order , the question of accepting
the law for operation to be placed on the
general election ballots, and It was ar
ranged to have this formality gone through
with, at the council meeting next week by
a resolution properly Instructing the clerk.
"No such resolution will go through the
council, or I am much mistaken," said
President Johnson, who voted for the ordi
nance. "I think thst If the question is to
fgo on the ballot at least 16 per cent of the
voters should signify their desire for It.
Functional order in those organs that have became weak, run dowa and in
capable of performing their function lu a normal way. Will OUH TKH1AT
MENT CURES: It is loask direct and enVcttvs tn this, thst it re-stsbllshea
the natural order of things. This Is mainly due to the fact that we personally
eonduot the treatment and see and knew that each application has the desired
effect. There Is no goeas work la our examinations, for they are so searching
that we are - poaHiva of the exact eauao before beginning treatment.
mtJirflfn r We euro soundly and completely In 4 to i days. Our treat
. IAKII.WlLi.i; ra,n. fS painieas. ead one that will preserve and strengthen
the reproductive system,
CTPIPTIIBF There la no other treatment to our knowledge which will per
4)1 nil III nt manently remove all soreoesa, inflammation, callous or harrow
ing conditions of stricture. It is moat meanly and perfect and completely cures.
Fnnelinnel f!nrlina Our treatment for functional decline or "weakness,"
rlinCUOnai ItCCimC M termed by some, is tae resun of years' speoial work
In functional disorders. The results we obtain are by direct methods and are,
not ia common use. I
Iavetlate and learn that oar ward is as good as oar bond, our
financial standing la solid, and that onr long experience in treating
special djaeaaes of men insures yon of modem, scientific treatment thai
will accomplish deelrabia results In ail curable caaea.
Consultation free, eonnaentlal and invited. A personal, thorough and
i asarching axandaaUoa Is required. Write for information. Terms are always
made to suit the convanienoe of anyone applying for treatment, and very ra.
NORTHWESTERN MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE,
NORTHWEST COR. 18TH AND PARNAM BTA, OMA11A, ftiSB,
,. ,in ii ii m i. i in i nil wt us ii n mi. 1 1 i iit MH
all dependable makes, in all the
assortment, at $2.00, CW
A splendid assort meat of daintily
trimmed garments. .,
Ladles Muslin Gowns, worth v up U
21.60, Saturday, at 8o ? $Q
All are made long and full and
trimmed with dainty laces. Insertions,
embroideries and washable ribbons. .
Men's and Ladies' Umbrellas All
samples rain and waterproof ' mere
cerlsed covers splendid assortment
of fancy handles worth up to $1.60
Saturday they will go CO
at, choice JWO,
21.60 Oak Sewing Rockers, brace arm, 750
21.75 Oak Sewing Rockers, with brace arm, . J 00
$1.96 Oak Sewing Rockers, with brace arm, J
Large Arm Rockers, solid oak, wood or cobbler 1 7 C
seat, regular 22.26 value, at 1. D
23.60 Oak Arm Rockers, JJQ
91.85 Oak Dining Chairs, cobblor seat, brace Q C
, , arm, at .......ZDC
$1.26 Oak Dining Chairs, with brace arm, t 85c
Sanitary Steel Couch, with three rows of coil Z QA
supports, gilt finish, Saturday J, DM
ld-ln. Bailey Iron Jack Plane, t Jreh
outter - .fl.49
18-ln. Bailey Iron Fore Plane, 3 Inch
cutter -14.. ..- i . . ..-. ...Sivas
24-ln." Bailey Iron ' Jointer, ' Z lucl '
cutter . . . . . .'. .' W-as
Ship Augers, with out screws, all tlses.SSo
Car Bits, all lie.... v. ...... . bSa
Reaular Bit Brace -83o
Ratchet Bit Brace ....,.60o
X 110 7
L.29 i 220 7U-
110-7Vi-ln. Block Plane oo
in. Adjustable Plane..., 390.
Otherwise, I hardly see how it la up U
the council to submit the law."
"I was opposed to the ordinance and
voted against It," said Councilman Funk
houser. "Now I am dqubly opposed to It
and am equipped with some material for
debating the point in the council cham
ber." President Johnson will act as mayor dur
ing Mayor Dahlman's absence in the east,
and If a resolution Is adopted by the coun
cil It will come before him for approval or
veto. In his present frame of mind there
is no doubt that he will veto it. -
CRAIG IN PRIVATE BUSINESS
Assistant City Engineer Will Leave
Office In a Week or Ten
Assistant City Engineer George W, "
Craig will leave the office which he has
held for more than half a dozen years In
a week or ten days. His resignation was
announced some weeks ago, but he said he
would not quit the department until diffi
culties between Engineer Rosewater and
the council were settled and affairs run
ning smoothly again. Mr. Craig has gone
Into the general engineering and construct-1
ing business and already has lfln.000' worth
of work contracted. He will construct
paving, sewers, water - plants and in fact
all classes of an-engineering nature. En
gineer Rosewater has not yet selected an
Incumbent for the poeltion of assistant city
Suppose you inquire.
You will be surprised
how little it will cost.
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