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THE. OMAHA SUNDAY
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BEE: SEPTEMBER 23, IMG.
Telerhcn Dotiiliig til.
More New Dress Goods and.Silks for Monday
Here are handsome new dress goods for all tastes, all occasions, all purses, from the pretty
new plaids for the little miss to the beautiful chiffon spot proof Broadcloth that all Paris is
now delighted with. We single out a few among fhe' many, for brief description.
new cHirroN spot proof BROAD
CLOTHS Broadcloths for many years
hv been to woolen tuff what velvet are
Th. premiere, the queen.. If. ynu can
find Anything mora, lovely 'In drew tex
ture we should like to e It. Not a heavy,
cumbersome fabric - a of old. The -new
chiffon flnleh renderi them light In weight,
soft and clinging, beautiful luster, not spot
with . water. They surpass anything In
beauty we have ever een. All colore) I2.M
black. I'M. SR. M.fco and t4 a yard. -
OMBRE STRIPE BROADCLOTHB-Th
hew Ambre stripes Just a auggestlon of
trip, here and there very few all the
rew autumn colon: I2.2& a yard.
.NEW BILK AND WOOL. POPLINB-On
of the" moat beautiful of the family of soft
dinging, rtltlcy draping fabric of all
Ilk and wool,, family, beautiful all very
sheen! and In a wide range of color for
fur noon and evening wear; black, fl, 11.25,
II 60 and tz to 4 yard.
NOTE Bampl mailed to our out-of-town
Customer on application.
Beautiful New Plaid Silks for
Waists and Suits
NO two are alike a, fact which will ap
peal to avery irohian who llge Individu
ality In her dres. The-new AJlce blue-,
reeeda green, new gray and Persian effect
are vey . eautlf u. , ..
Tlie Most Beautiful 50o and 60o
Novelty Dfesa.CrOods' we ever"
Had, Monday 25c f YL
f'lnelValue, because of, the superior qual
ity and beautiful sulfa. Every piece. clean,
crisp and sparkling 'with - newness, -in ,tha
new wonted orMi'arilsh s'ultfnga which ar
o popular thiii teason.' Fine " sheparda'
checkf In two and-three colore, -herr and
there 'fine pin d6ts of veome' bright, color
peeping through, the', aurface, pin stripe
novelties, fine broken ' check, all In the
new, ''dark, rich autumn color. All you
have to do la just examine them, "then you
will appreciate the extraordinary value;
MONDAY. A. M., S8c A YARD.
Rest Room Manicuring
5 Third rioor.
Make ue of our rest room; large, easy
chair,' magaslnee, telephone and writing
materials, all for. your .convenience. Meet
your friend here. Manicuring room in
connection. Mine Logan, expert manicurist,
I in jtharge. : Sanitary method are ued.
MakeN-our engagement . by telephone,. If
you wih. .,."'
AK-Sar;Ben festivities September 26th to October 6th. Reduced rateson all railroads
try, . combination In restraint of trad
worf 'usually without th Jurisdiction of
" 'taraa Caawat Toll.
Hehv B, Oatrom, secretary of the Omaha
Coal V., Dealer', aaaociatlon, r . waa , aaen
by Aeprtr for Th Baa and aiked1 whit
he Intended to do In th matter of tha ln
lunction. ' '.u
..j'Whnt 4nJunetion," gala. Ir. Oatrom.'
''jtvhen old dr. th'a Injunction, which had
been jlssued. Mr. Oatrom ald it waa all
new to Urn.. '-' , ''. . 1 '
"1 can t, teir what 1 will do until I hav
beeh. served, and see the paper,' aaid Mr.
Oatrom. . I don't know what the injunction
prohibit and' I 'can't' tell what wljl be
don until I gee the dealer.".
..Mr'!- Ostrom waa offered an opportunity
of. eelnga copy of th petition and order
so' that fit might be able . to expreas a
clearer. iawH" but he.aaJd he'd go "out on
th.treta and see, what he could learn."
President S. E. Howell of the exchange
could not be en.. At his offlc It waa sLd
ha Waa rout on an lea wagon." EWems he
dtala in let also. 1
; .'" Dralera Strack Uasab.
Bsl'levlng that silence la golden at a tlma
1IH this, the coal men were not saying
aae-thlng unsmlmdus in the matter, which
would .hav any direct bearing on the ln.
3i4nctlon. either pro or. con. . Many of th
d skier were- Interviewed Saturday after
noon . On broaght out a lat and wrote
on th same: ., "Make sign; I can't talk."
Otiier rued to have anything to say. on
the eubjoct at all, preferring to comment'
on th .Weather and the prospect' for a
ftvprtbl .carnival season. The only man
whp.'. would commit .himself at all wa a
representative of th' Coal Htll -Coal corn
Pftiy; jle'.aV'prj'ed. that with ' the 'alleged
elgbty,' dealer In the county there waa'
enOogh and to spare of competition and th
margin oi" profit n" retail coal business
were smaller than any other retail buslneea
Irv-tb county -
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Teat of Petttloa.
Th. vilil .rt,.aX ih petition la:
eqfcba 'rT'hdt -ald "defendant own and
contfbl more than 100 oal yard In several
cltle. theoughPU the county of Douglas
and tta Vfehraelta, rthereby vln M
leaafiH rfceVeent of ke tetwll anel whole-,
sale e15bulnsi'1rt said county of Doug
In an ta.tl' of Nebraska That In con
nection thj-wiihlhe said defendant cen
tral .at 4e.st ef wnt of the getail and
whoU.nl,llile lii'rctnnent, ' lime anil, other
bulldlilg irepoile lnvald cuhty ot Dugla,
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Wt'X STROKE . ,
Followed by Partial Itarvatlaa.
r'-. ' r'
jTh effect 'of un-trbk upon th dtgea
live system'gT often verjt (ever, as well
a upon t h si". nerve:' V r" ' ' '' t
An Ind. lafly had a striking experience:"
"Four year ago 1 waa aun struck, and
my tomach so congested It was terribly
painful even1 to swallow ttqutda, and a
nothing woul j stay on my stomarh. I began
to fear starvation.; I finally beam'per
fectly helplent and'wn given up by our
phretelan. ' ' . '
"A neighbor told - Tn ' how ' much got-d
Orspe-Nuts' had don 4tr husband.- wha
suffered wlrtv yapepatr.' Knl her on with
typhoid fever, so I began to ae this won
derful food and slowly began to recover,
until now I am strong and Well again. 1
can eat anything I wknt, and think Qrape.
Nut on of-b greateet bleeelnga that wa
ever given to au fieri ng humanity. ' "
"When- I Satan to oe Qrape-Nut I only
weighed' 1M pewada,,' Now I weigh liM. and
tha paat our ya' hav been .a blaaaliua
almost' beyptid 'petlaf.'Vnd If I had not per
gonal i princ t coold hardly belter
that I" I true. - My nervee are steady,
rncBMry er and .owe mS. fine condition
t arapa-Nuta." 'Nn given by Poetum
Co.. Battle t?rav Mlah
"There a raaasn."
Our Veiling department la the center of !
great activity theee daya. Never before
haa there been euch a unl venal demand for
veil a t hia eeon. Our ahowing la now
When in the .tore, .top at thl.
counter, if only for look.
New and dainty Auto Vella In the aea
aon' neweat ahadee. Among the new
thing ihown are long black -lac yells or
ecarf In real Bpanieh lace at 112 W. tlS.60
and $1400 each. .
Other made veil rang front $1.00 to (6 00 i
Mallne In all desirable ahaiys at 36c a
Faca veiling . Iji black, while, gray. '
reeeda. myrtle, navy Alice blue, red, gar-1
net. pink, brown, mode and tan. Tfiee I
rang from 26c to $1.10 a yard.
Special Announcement ,
We take great pleaanr la auaouaelng th aagagamant of tk expert cur-
art ayeaiaUa, Mta -Alaida afeOanley, wko will give fraa flttlnr of the
elbr4d "Begfarm Corset" tar a few day only, commencing Monday,
Aa thl 1 a aotabl even to tha la41aa of Omaha, we advtes yoo to com
aa early ta the week aa pontklav- a thara wtll a great many- who will take I
advastags of theee flttlag of the Xeafera Ooraat.
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Sainttn and grace, of form-eharaotarlatlc of Bedfera atyle make
tiiu. moa.ia a.ai mMiti fav'aJl iuMtajitona. In their eloaa-flttlaa' and "well I
defined waist Una they ult xonntly the aevere tailor-mad, and In thai
, upplnea they give a willowy grace to the form for all oocaalona.
Ih raoothnes ' of eVedf era fabrlok th Ilngart prettineatH of th trim
mlnga, and th vary carefnl thought given detail an appealing.-
Made by. the North Btar Woolen Mills,
These blanket are known to be strictly
reliable and a w buy them direct from
the mill, pur prices are a low a they can
possibly be for reliable blanket.
10- 4 grey or whit at $4.25, M EO and $5.00.
11- 4 grey or white at tfi.OO, $.W, $7.50. r.75.
U.60. $10.00. $12 (0 and $17.50.
' ' 'Monday Blanket Special
1 Large else 11-4 gey wool and cotton
mixed blankets, regular HW value; special
price Monday, S2.M a phtr.
' Outing Flannels in Basement
Bee our line of outing flannel If you
want the' choicest atyle and the beat val
ues. Prices, 7Hc, (He, 10c, IZHc and 15c a
yard-. v ' ' ' ' v
Open Saturday Evenings.
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and state of Nebraska; that ld defend-,
ante falsely pretend to be In- competition
with each other In' said bustnes'. -
Third That aaid defendant are now and
for several yeara laat past have been ln
tentlonerUy,, -wilfully and unlawfully com
bining, "connpljtlng and conniving-togt$e
an..wlth .each other and . with Mhr -ncfe'
sons 'and corporation , unknown le th
plaintiff, for tha purpose of restraining
trade and commerce In coal, coke, lime,
cement and other building .materiala no
upplle and monopollElng and attempting
to monopolise -said trade and commerce
within said county of Douglas and state
of Nebraska, and for the purpose of divid
ing among themselves, the aaid Jrado and
commerce in said cities In. said county of
Douglas and state of Nebraska and locali
ties within said county ot Douglas, and for
th purpose of fixing the cices at- which
they would aell to the punllc real, poke,
lima, cement, building supplies, and for
the- purpoee of preventing competition
among coal dealers, and for th further
fiurpose of destroying competition and drlv.
ng out of business competitors In said line
of business. All of which wa wilfully and
unlawfully dona hy said defendants to the
end that they and each of them might
have a monopoly , of said trad and com
merce, and that they and each of them
might enjoy unreasonable and unconscion
able profits from th operation of their
business; that In pursuance of the com
bination, pool and conspiracy aforesaid,
aaid defendants are 'now and have' boen
able for tha last several yeara to control
and fix the prices of coal, coke,,-lime, ce
ment and . building supplies generally
throughout the county of Douglaa, state
of Nebraska, and to restrict trade and com
merce In said conimoditiea and to destroy
competition and drive out all business
competitor In aaid business. '
Coal kltehssf" HalBUIstd.
Fourth That . th said defendants and
each of them, for the purpose of carrying
out the ctAispiracy, combination trust lieje-inbefoi-e
alleged, and a an aid in the
aid unlawful undertaking against wnat U
known a tna Omaha Coal exenange and
the' South Omaha Coal exchange, which
association have 'their heaaquanera In the
city of Omaha, county of Douglaa and atala
of Nebraska, and the city of South Omaha,
county of Douglaa and atats of Nebraska,
and aaid exchange, holds meetings at shod
times as may be called by tne omcors
thereof. That S. & Howell is now presi
dent of the 'Omaha Coal exchange and
that the defendant, Henry K. Oatrom, Is
secretary of said Omaha C'ial exenange,
whose offices are located in the city of
Omaha, Douglas county. Ksbraaka.
Tbat the officers of the South Omaha
Coal exchange have offloes located in the
city Of South Omaha. Dougla county, Ne
braska, and are unknown to the plaintiff,
and therefore cannot be alleged- 1 this
iMtttlon. . j--. :, .;.!? '
J-lfth That; In addiiton to the officers
uamed there are other officers of .such as
sociation which are to thla plaintiff un
known and . therefore said plaintiff l un-able-to
allege the aame In thl petition. ,
That the business aitaira of said associa
tion are condircrtd by said officers In ao
crdajue ..with 'the rules' sad laws f the
niembers l said association. That ac
cording to the rulea and understanding be
tween, aaid defendants, and alj of them,
auy peraens or corporation cannot become
a member of said association unless he or
it la regularly , engaged in the retail or
wholesale of coal', coke, lima, 'cement or
building supplies. That io oibsr kind of
retail or wholesale coai, coke, etc.', la eligi
ble to membership In said association, 'i n at
each member la. required by tha rulea of
said association to -pay In advance annual
duea or assessments for each place of busi
ness operated by It or him. , .
That the defendant, lienry E. Oatrom, as
secretary of said Omaha Coal' exchange
has In his oustody and control -nil of ths
correspondence, documents, contracts, rec
ords and rules of said association, which,
plaintiff believes, will disclose thf true pur
pose of said association and will disclose
the' unlawful business of ths 'members i
thereof alleged In this petition. Thai the
flalntlfl believes that unless restrained by
he order of this court ths said' defendant, !
Henry K. Oatrom, will conceal, destroy,
transfer or In soma manner dispose of said ,
correspondence, record and rules of said
Blxth That ths officers of the Omaha,
Cuwl exchange and tha South Oniaha Coal ,
exchange, the true names of whom are un
known to these plalnffs. have- In their,
cuetody and control all th correspondence,
documents, contracts, records, rulea ot
aaid association, which, plaintiff believes,
will disclose the true purpoa of said as
sociation and will disclose he . unlawful i
doings and undertakings -of -the' members '
thereof alleged In thla petition. And plain- j
tiff further believe (hat unless restrained I
by th order of this Court the said officers
of ths South Omaha Co) exchange win
conceal, destroy, traasfer or. in sojne-wsy I
dispose of said correspondence, documents, !
contracts, records and rules of ssld assouta- I
Uoa. ' 1
Fashionable Wearing Apparel1.
for Women ' ;
iUr V UUiCU
Oui Croak uartmu m u.v imon
iin.aha-Btile. uiiilitv and new-!
nee. m.,k. our dutiful ehow.n, oi new ,
outer garment tor women.
Suit of fa.l.lonable deeign. !
rnat. .,f late French model.
Waleli cf all tle lUet fabrice.
Petticoat of dlnty ullk.
Sweater for the cool day.
Fur coat and fur neckwear.
Long kltiHno for negligee wear,
rome t.i the. atore "where there I no
i. mlerepreentatlon. "Come to tne plate
whet e everything la oia on nonor.
rrtce are alway the lowest for
grade good.. . ' .
Second floor. -'
THE FIRST W'EKK OF OlK OPENINl?
WAS A ORKAT SrCCE38. Msny were the
eager sight eaera who. thronged our mil
linery, section during these first opening
day; word of praise were' heard on all
Idea. We enter upon our second week
with even greater .stocks and greater .sell
ing facilities. No pain have been spared
In massing this display of all that's newest
In hats, which now await your viewing.
6ome Monday and ee the1 amart new
We are showing a splendid line of white
and black wool and silk shawls for coot
evening and party use. Ask to see them.
First Plook north aisle. Price from $1.00
to $5 oo each.
Oomer Sixteenth. Vi t
That -the plaintiff Is unable to obtain a
copy of the bylaws, rulea and regulations
of said Omaha Coal exchange and aaid
South Omaha Coal exchange and there
fore I unable to aet forth It) thl petition
such bylaws, rules and refcalatonav y
Sl.nf&rrvh ipeetaally'jtecs'df 'i'
''Seventh That 'to aiddvfendait IftMh
unlawful combination and conspiracy
aforesaid, - the defendants, .. . Henry K.
Ostrom and fl. E. Howell and other officers
of aaid associations to this plaintiff un
known, are employed by the defendants
to advise ths several members of .said as
sociation of , all Information and .facts,
which they by dllllgence may acquire and
collect and which would be f uee to
them In fixing and maintaining-prices and
In destroying competition. ,
That In accordance with said employ
ment the said ' defendants, Ostrom and !
Howell and 'Others, cause to be published I
and sent and delivered to each active mem
ber of said association a list of such mem- I
brrs of the association as are iri ' good I
standing at tha, time said Information is I
sent out. snd st regular. Intervals, the ex
act time of which is unknown to the plain
tiff, forward to the different members of
this association th price Tor which they
must sell at retail of coal.-oke ami other
fuel. .That If any member of said asso
ciation violates aaid price which 1 estab
lished by said association ha la made to
pay, for the benefit of th members ot
uch .association, certain fines and penal
ties which are levied by the executive
committee ot said association.' ,And the
plaintiff further allege that .-under the
rules and regulations of said association,
in case a member of said association vio
lates the rules and regulations -and . the
listed price of .coal, coke and other fuels
and the wholesale price of said association,
are prohibited from supplying the members
thereof who violate said rulea of said ex
change. , 1 .... ..
Eighth That on account xf such rules
and regulations as aet forth by said asso
ciation that over 10 per cent of the whole
sale and retail supplies of coal, coke and
other fuela are controlled by said associa
tion and that the consumer of coal,' coke
and fuel In the county of Douglas and
tat of Nebraska are compelled to pay the
Hat pries Oxed by said, exchange.
. Rales Heetratje.' Competition. .
Ninth That It Is further understood and
agreed by and between the members of
swld association that none of them should
solicit trud from purchasers or consumers
of coal, coke or other fuels, and that If a
member of said association should violate
any of said rules of said association it is
ths duty sf ths secretary to notify the
executive committee of th member so of
fending, for soliciting or violating said
rules and regulations -of said executive
committee, and the association assesses
agialnst said offending member certain
fines and penalties, which said member is
required to pay for the benefit of the said
association. i. -
Tenth Tbat under the rules and regula
tions and agreements promulgated and put
forth by said association, the members
thereof, who are wholesale dealerr In coat,
coke and other fuels, are not allowed to
aell aaid merctutndise direct to the con
sumer, and that in the event said whole,
sals, dealer in -aid roal, roke and etiirr
fuels should violate said rule and practice
of said association by selling directly to
the consumer, said wholesale dealer Is
compelled and expected to pay certain ttnes
snd penalties assessed ' against the mem
bers so violating said rules, which fines
and penalties are to be paid to the said
association for the benefit of Its members.
Eleventh That the purpose and object of
maintaining said association, known a tha
omaha Coal exchange and the South
Omaha Coal exchange, I to fix and regu
late th wholesale and retail price of coal,
coke and fuel to consumers In the cities of
Omaha and South Omaha and in Douglas
tllesal Trast Malatalsed.
Twelfth That In violation of the law the
defendanta hav operated and now oners le
a truat, monopoly, combination a net con
spiracy In restraint of trsde snd commerce
snd hav deprived and now deprive peonls
of the county of Douglaa and state of Ne
braska of their lawful right to an oneti
market for the purchase of coal, poke. Mm",
cement and building supplier. By mean
of thla unlawful trust, monopoly and com
bination and conspiracy aguinet trad and
rommerre defendant have arbitrarily mid
unlawfully Inert used the prices of coul,
eok. lime, cement . and building supplies,
and now exact from . the purchasers
throughout the county of Douglas and
state of Nebraska exorbitant and unren
sonsble prices, thereby contributing to this
illegal and unconscmname profit, arid or.
ganlsrd thereby to destroy -umpelln In
th coal trade of said county of Douglas
and state of Xrorsska. all to the great and
Irreparable Injury of th people of sold
t herefore plaintiff prsySr 'T
nrst-,Thst the defendant, each snit all.
be perpetually enjoined snd restrained
W j it ' .
Pre. Sept. ?3, 106.
Special -Sale of Soiled and
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others, tiiere l alwaya 'more or lee goode I
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" materially demage the garment. It
mean, a aav.ng opportunity tor u
All our mueeed and eolled eklrm. aome
with lace trimming, other with em
' broidery trimming. Insertion and edging on
1 flounce, formerly priced at $2.W, $3.0(1, 3.D0.
1 u un and li on- .
ION 8A.E MONDAY AT HALF PRh"E.
I ' Perond floor!'
Oiiftr. . T.ineti 5alo Mnnrlntr
i SB.X . ' yards bleached craeh, aale
prlee .-Stto . a yard..
'Onei raee IJr hwk towels.'sale rrfce 8!se
each. .; . : :
BLEACHED TABLE CIXJTH8.
'Ah btir 3i bleached Uble sloths, sale
price $1.75 each.
SPECIAL SALE OF DOZEN. NAPKINS
i All our $3.05 napkins in H doin lot for
f BLEACHETJ TABLE 1MVLASK.
j' All our l.on bleached table damask, aale
pric . $100 . a yard. .
SILVER BLEACHED damaoiv.
'All 6trr" sifver bleached damask, sale
price. 4c per,: yard. . !
PLEACH Ep". TABLE CLOTHS.
All bur $3.00 heavy Irish table cloths,
sale pflc $2.2 each.
- Art Department News .
We ..are pieu.sed to announce that Mr.
Stork, w.ljo is we.ll known in the needle
work line, I now In charge of our Art
Department and would be pleased to meet
her many friend. ...
Seconi Floor. .
''.'Cstcsmer's Deposit Ac
count Department '
la.iof. hank. - There la no cashing of
check. ut" vorf can aet .nv nart. or all at
ow-notify at any time. Whatever you
buv ttt;:our atora la charged against your
acfinnt; Bo that you do not have to wait
lortcnaage; .or carry money around In your
pockets, rwhlrh 1 dangerous. A long as
Lyour, 'money I in.qur hands It earn four
por rent Jntereet; compounded every three
jfmorifhai 'Ak about lt.'
Biqony-Mal :Floori ,
from every connection with tha participa
tion in tne Omaha Coal exchange-and
South Omaha Coal exchange or either of
Second That the aaid Omaha . Coal ex
change and ths South Omaha Coul ex
change be forever dissolved ana v des
patched, and its member be perpetually
enlnfnid 4 ram 'Carrytrej oat their unlawful
purpose, from obeying thtlr rule or sub
mitting In any way to Its 'commands or
1 hlrd That defendants who' are officers
of aaid association be perpetually enjoined
from acting as uch omcers and the mem
ber of aaid aasociatlon be forever en
Joined from electing a successor to - said
omcer or officers. ,
Fourth That the defendant who are offt
cera of said association, b perpetually en
joined and restrained from concealing, de
stroying, transferring, or In any manner
disposing of "the records, correspondence,
contracts, documents, rule and all other
memorandum touching the .business and
doings of such associations.
Kilth--That. ancto defendanta a are do
mestic corporations, have their franchises
dissolved and annulled and be ousted from
their - corporate powers, franchises and
privileges. . '
Sixth That ssch sad all of said de
fendants, their officers, attorneys, agents,
nerks and employes be perpetually en
Joined from- engaging In any agreement,
contract or combination .with one-another
or with other, persons or corporatlona to
In any manner prevent or limit the com
petition in the trade and commerce of
coal, coke, fuel, lime,-cement and building
muw rials, tp fix and control the price
thereof, or to divide the profit of their
business, or to enter Into any agreement,
contract or combination, to create or carry
out any restriction la trade or to limit
or to raise the price of "coal,
coke, ' fuel, lima, cement and build
ing supplies, or- to- fix any stan
dard or figure, whereby the price of said
commodities to the public shall In any
manner be controlled or maintained within
said county of Dougla and state of Ne
8venth That the plaintiff have such
other and further relief a equity and good
conscience may require and for the costs
of,, this -action.
THE COI'NTT OP DOCGLA8.
By W. W. SI-ABAl'OH,
B 8. A, 8HOTWEI L.
. CHARLES E. FOSTER.
Deputy County Attorney.
List of Defendants.
Following is a list of the defendants
named in th petition and against whom
the order runs;
Omaha Coal exchange, South Omaha
Coal exchange, 8 E. Howull, Henry E.
Ostrom, th rnlon Pact Mo Railway com
pany, a corporation; the Carney Coai com
pany, a corporation; Central Coal and
Coke company, a corporation; Coal Hill
Coal company, a corporation; Consolidated
Block' Coal ovniDanv. a oorooratlon: Har
mon, A Weeth, a corporation; C. B. Ha
vens A Co., a corporation; C. W. Hull A
Co.,- a corporation ; Nebraska Coal and Ume
company, a corporation;, Nebraska Fuel
company, a corporation; Omaha Coal, hay
and Building Supply company, a corpora
tion; PartrlUge-Bnelly-Thoinpson company,
a corporation; People's lea and Coai com
pany, m corporation; Pittsbuig Lime. Coal
and Building Hupply company, a corpora
tion; the South Omaha Ice and Coal com
pany, corporation; Sunderland Bros., a
corporation; I'nlon Fuel company, a cor
poration; Walnut Block Coal company, a
corporation; Weir City Coal company, a
corporation; Wells Lumber and. Coal com
pany, a corporation; West Oniaha Coal ant
ice company, a corporation; Victor White
Coal company, a corporation; I'pdlke Lum
ber and Coal, .company, . a; corporation;
Broadwell-Kich Coal company, a corpora
tion; Crosby-Koptls-t'aay company, a cor
poration I'nlon pacific ' Coal compauy, a
corporation; D. Q jJlark. . L: 8. Harper, K.
B. Carrigan. 8. S. ( sldwell, Randall K.
Brcwn. IS. B. Westbrook, Charles K
Co-ulant, Ueorge O. Bqulres. William J.
Creedon, Daniel J. Creedon, O. Fred El
sasMr. Alfred R. Pardee, Henry Foley,
Jan ra B. Foley, Maurice Oreen. David
Miller, U D. Harmon. J. D Weeth. Ed
ward E. Howell, Andrew Jensen. Emll
Jet st n, William Jensen. Frsnk J. Kuxpcr,
Frai.k J. Kasier, Jr., Edward McEaehron,
Robert' A. McEaehron. Oeorge Patterson,
Oeorgs Tetard. Woodworm Allen. P. C,
Heafy. J. B. Monaghan, A. P. Thompson,
J J. Thompson, A. W. Partridge, L. B.
Patterson, H. E. Patterson, W. R. Wood,
John A. Due, J. T. Sunderland. M. L,
Carlisle. L. B. Howell, N. B. L'pdlke. C. L.
Babt ock. E. ' I'pdlke. Arthur H. Oodell.
Henry Christopherson. Alfred Hall, Oeorge
D. Hice. H. J. Lemlst. Q. P. Cronk, C. W.
Hull. T. D. Dakin. Einil Karsb. Henry C.
Kllinghausrn, John P. Kehn Rimer J.
Hart. R. A. Blum, Joseph Novak. Anton
Novak. Frank Novak). Carl Bramlels. Will
lam T. Shackelford. Hiram H. Dickey, J.
Henry Sautter, A. B. Cook. R. T. Alctrlil
on. a - a. Coraeer. T. J. -Wells( W. C. Hul
lard. K. E. LeBeaU. O. W. Megeath, Vw-
tor White. Frank A. Frond well, Herbert
Bread ell, C. M Rich.' IMrrv M Christie.
Heinuel l. Christie, Wlillmn Hrennnn. tlot-frle-1
Horacek. H J. Kopi.-tl. l A. Giln
derson. O. -1,. tiiinderson. Knim-ls plvonka.
Joseph Pivonkii. Kiunk H Murkier. John
B. Watklna. Oeorge A. iloaglsnd, Fred
Wldiw. Martin lli-aslcy, J. I.. Agnvw, A.
I Beigmiist. Daniel Hannun, Peter
t,enagti. Burner l.uckex. I.. K. Kelley, 1..
W. Hushing, H. K. Wilcox, J. T. Heath.
Jeff W. Hedford. U. V. Frill. C H. 'lirl
tensnn. F. N. Clute. B. K. F-ast. A H. ftf
rod, Alfred Foremen. Joseph llHBt. Tom
Collins Haven. Victor Hnrnansen, it F.
Howell Charles F. Johnson. J. I. Kiun.
Isaac Levi. .1.. E. Lues. J. N. Marsh,
j William Monekv. ft. It. Xntl, MI.Iih-1
OHern, K. K. Richardon. Motrin Rosen
blatt, James Srhnelflrrwlnd. Joseph Slier-
man. W. W. Wakefield. 8aniul W hite and
1 Etta A. Winn
11 I 1U irinT Tv MTn I
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(Continued from First Page.)
believe, however, that there will be any
active fighting even should the lauding
American soldiers be made to garrison the
several towns under Insurgent dominion.
IIR;KT WAtT INTERVENTION
Leader Maya Rnona-h Property Will Re
Attarhed to Provoke It.
NEW OHLEAN8. Sept. SJ. A dispatch
from Havana to the ricayune today gives
a signed statement by the insurgent leader.
General Ernsto Asbert, In which he says
thnt if peace Is not made by the Palmn ad
ministration the revolutionist propose to
atlaclf "all property" In order to 4r-cipltute
American Intervention. .
"And this we will do."- Asliert continues,
"because we are absolutely certain that th
present government of the I'nltrd Stales
docs not aspire tn annex our youthful re
public, e1nc President Roosevelt; who per
sonally helped to destroy the ' Spanish
reglmei lias the ambition to be the guardian
of our lllx-rtles, and now, as before, will
lend his disinterested efforts to the wotk of
Justice which we support.
More Warship at Havana. '
HAVANA, Sept. 22.-The mited State
cruisers Minneapolis mid Newark arrived
hore thl morning.
The propositions made. by (Jeneral Meno
cal. last night have considerably changed
the situation, having paved the way for
suggestion by Messrs. Taft and Bacon
for further concession on both sides, which
may yet save the republic lntac.
Messrs. Taft and Bacon, accompanied by
Consul General Sjeinhnrt snd Captain Mc
Coy, called on President Pnlma this morn
ing and got his Ideas on what he rvag will
ing should be done under the circumstances.
This afternoon Secretaries Taft and
Bacon will listen to the view of a ntirnber
of prominent Insurgents and liberals, in
cluding Pino Guerra. General Castillo, Juan
Gualberto Gome and Jose Miguel Gonieg.
Statement r Taft.
Secretary Taft said ' to the Associated
"The proposals of the moderates, while
not broad and far reaching enough to meet
th necessities of the cse. evidence a de
sir on the part of the moderates to main
tain the Integrity of the republic, even
though they are compelled to . abandon
their control. Consequently the situation
Is at least Romewbat more hopeful. There
must be some resignations showing the
good .faith of the government before the
rebel wll consent to lay down their arm."
A th ecretary turned to enter hi auto
mobile he added:
"At least we have got the ice broken."
Secretary Taft received a long cable
gram direct from. Oyster Bay today. It la
expected that he was therein instructed to
exhaust every resource In settling trie dif
ficulty without Intervention, If possible.
This , was In ; response to the secretary'
messages .of yesterday. ,
Three- rrfen of the. Insurgent command pi
General. Qua have been shot near. San-
tlage da las Vegas for assaulting women.
. , '. . . . . -
, Jfa-vy grrurlnsr Fne apsly.
Washington, sept, m. Navai - officials
do rot Intend to take any chances In the
present erhcrgehcY In 'the matter of a coal
ing supply for ships -that may be needed
for Cuban' service. Therefore, they are
looking around for a barge with a capacity
of not less than 2,fiG(V tons, which It is pro
posed to have moored at some convenient
place near Newport News. I'nder ordinary
circumstances sufficient coal can be ob
tained at that place- for the vessels of the
navy 'on reasonable', notice, but It has
happened In the past' that warships have
had to wait while merchant and other ves
sels were 'costing, "owing to the lack of a
sufficient number of lighters, and In one
Instance a warship which put Into New
port News- for coalvwas obliged to pro
ceed to New York 'td obtain a supply. Tt
I row th Intention to keep the barge
filled to It utmost rapacity at all times.
Fwnston Starts Sooth.
Brigadier General Funston will leave here
today, accompanied by - hia aide. Lieu
tenant B. J. Mitchell, of the Twelfth In
fantry, for Havana. General Funston will
go direct toTnmpa, where he expects to
bs tomorrow night. He will at once board
the regular ateamer for Havana not later
than Tuesday morning.
General Funston spent 'the entire morning
at the War departmtnt holding final con
ferences with the chief of staff and other
officers, but he declined to make sny state
ment regarding the steps- Vising taken by
the government, toward intervention.
War' department officials today professed
to know nothing of the situation In Cuba
beyond what' they have seen In the press
dispatches, but It Is known that prepara
tions for the possible occupation of Cuba
are rapidly going on. -
I Qaarteriuaaler Busy.
With a view to meeting any possible
emergency that may arise in connection
with Cuba, the quartermaster general s de
partment is busy making lis preparations.
Proposals are already out calling for. bids
for supplying large, numbers of horses and
mules, snd these- tlds will be opened In
thl city next Tuesday, requiring almost
Immediate delivery of the animals. Offi
cer of the quartermaster's department, of
friir Ho tint Admit that thf anlmala
fare Intended for Cuban service, but tftere
I Is no question .that this Is one of the
measures that are being taken with such
an emergency in view. The urgency of
the case waa shown by the fact that In
stead of advertising for the bids In the
usual course. Wank proposal were not is
sued from this city., but Instead depot
quartermaster at various point were tele
graphed to call for blda under existing
Opinion la l.ssies.
LONDON, Sept. tt. Amerlrsn Interven
tion In Cuba and th ultimate annexation
of the Island by the 1'nited States are
looked upon aa certain in official and diplo
matic circles here, where It Is declared that
America Is being forced to sccept respon
sibility for Cuba just as Great Britain has
been compelled to set ths policeman in
other parte of the world.
The following British official view waa
expressed to the Associated Press today:
"America "may 'not like' It, but It must
come to It,' and from all appearances now
la the time. Capltsl lias been introduced
Into Cuba with the understanding that
America will maintain' order, and It Is
Amerlca'a duty to Intervene to ' protect
property and atop continuous disorders."
DETROIT. Mich.. B-pt. I!.- tBpeiial Tele
grsm.) Prof. Lavern Hubert Prown d;
rector of the schorl of music at Prune Co;t
gregarlrnal college. Crete. ' Neli , and M's
Florence Bishop, su,nervisiir of music and
Can share with us this week our good fortune we1 had in buy-
irjcr the samnles of the Southern Furniture Exposition. We
bought the entire lot of samples at 65 cents on the dollar, and
they go on sale this week at the same discount
HAVE YOU EVER STOPPED TO COMPARE
f the credit business of a
tne neia, wiui wnai u is at present .'
better NOW S WE DID IT
Thl 6-foot Kxtrnalon Table Solid
oak, polished top, beautifully car
ved, very substantial, a 12 Q
value; this week. . . Oel D
This 3-riece Tartar 8uit, with ma
hogany finished frame, upholstered
iu the best velour, new and beau
t.ul design, an $18.00 ft) r
' '": this week 13
ot solid oak
with 5 large
drawing In the public schools of Phoenix,
Arts., were married at the home of the
bride's father, H. L. Bishop, In Raton R.p
Ids, Mich., last evening. Immediately after
the wedding the pair left for their now
hom,e In Crete. . ..
BRYAN SPLITS PARTY
(Continued-" from First Page.)
are vast indeed. The party system, on Its
present lines,-cannot last."
Speaking of the attacks of Mr. Keir Bar
die upon the llberala, the London Daily
Telegraph says editorially :
"We now learn that 'liberalism represent
fierce, unscrupulous atrlf and competi
tion, the -aggrandisement of the strong,
th robbery of th weak.' 'Liberalism,' we
are told, 'has ever been a devotee of Mam
mon.' It will be seen that Mr. Kelr liar
die, after considerable experience of liber
alism and, Its alma, haa found himself
forced to disagree. In more than detail,
with the testimonial which the liberal
party wrote for Itself, in the hope of sav
ing Its admirers trouble. Victory, like ad
versity, makes strange bed fellows, but
who would have thought that the labor
members would have diagnosed the liberal
party ao rapidly?"
GERMANY AT VATICAN
(Continued from First Page.)
future, and modern methods will be Intro
duced to render Impossible anything of
thia nature In the future.
Cardinal Merry del Val, who la staying
for his vacation at the papal villa of
Castel Orandolfo, however, visit the pope
every week and discusses with him at
length current affair.
Although persistent rumor are circu
lated depicting the pope aa seriously 111.
the truth 1 th pontiff I so well that Dr.
Lapponl left a month ago on a holiday,
and will not return till October. . He left
no aubstltute. '
SURPRISING DAY IN BRITAIN
Variation of Thirty-One Degrees of
Temperatore oa Island Causes
GLASGOW, Sept. 22. tSpeclul Cablegram
to The Bee.) A difference of thirty-one. de
gree In the weather between England and
Scotland wa noted th other day. At
&umburgh Head the maximum wa only H
degrees, which was 31 degrees lower than
the maximum at London and at Margate.
Differences of temperature to the extent
Of 30 degrees or thereby occur some time
between the Scotch and the English max
imum on the same day, but a difference
o(Jl degrees is almost unique. And when
this difference take place in a month,
when the sunshine haa been almost con
tinuous over a great part of England and,
the rainfall slight, while In Scotland there
has been rain almost every day and the
sunshine has been Infrequent and short
lived, it is evident that even within the
British islands there may be such con
trasts of weather. It is dismal as winter
in the north, while less than )0 miles ;u
th south the sun Is pouring down Its
heat with a fullness which is usually only
equaled ire some of the warmest parts of
southern Europe at this season of the
BRIBERY CLP IN ENGLAND
Letter of Sarah, Daebeas of Msrl
LONDON. Sept. .1. I Special Csblegram
to The Bee.)-Bribery at elections is a sub
ject much in -the air at the present moment.
In the r-co;J of (Jorhambury. which have
J-.ist been tiiueu In book form by the
Historical Manuscripts commission. Is a
1 t Sl&&
few years ago, before we entered
hoard, made of
saw - oak,
pin no pol
ish, of .
- TRe week.
the family and
rURNISB THE BONE
Easy Payment Plan
purchases put on
W again offer
BIO or more.
one bill. .
This Dresser, reg
ular value $14. Or
rls a highly pol
ished solid oak,
swell top draw
ers, large French
plate oval min or,
a handsome de
sign, made of -thoroughly
soned oak, guar
anteed not to
wftrp; sale price,
letter from Sarah, duchesw of Marlborough,
which throws an Interesting sidelight on
how th tiling used to be done' at 8U
Albsns. - ' . '. ,
Writing to the first Viscount Orlmston Iri
1727, she. say: "I had air account f romr
St Albans that. Mr.' Lomax' interest Is; so
strong that your lordship and 'm grandsoru
cannot . be .chose ..without (pending; :. nT
bribing to the amount -of $5,009, '1,'gm'detwr-.'
mined to have.no more to da with election. '
I think It better to keep the. money tut
help pay the taxes thst a single. memMr
can't prevent. ' Thl I think I ought to
acquaint you with the mlnut I have taken
my resolution In return for your civility
to me, and because I really think a man of
your fortune, who Inherits uch a place
from your - ancestors, ' and that live so'
near St. Albans, ought to be chose In that
borough without bribing or doing more'
than Is proper for a man of birth in treat
is H fx " -i
OSTEND HAS A GOOD SEASON i
Mllllom Dollar Will Be Speat Nest
Year la Neve Hydropathle
OSTEND, Sept. 2. (Special Cablegram
to The Bee.) The manager Of the Kursaai, , .
M. Oeorge Marquet, haa succeeded In get
ting the town to adopt, plana for a luxuri
ous hydropathic - establishment to cost
(1,000,000 and to be completed for the season
of 1808. Doctor In Pari and Brussels, J
after analysis, pronounce Ostend's artesiajt
waters to be a curative aa those . of ,
Vichy. King Leopold 1 keenly Interested
li) the discovery, ,'
Never haa Ostend known a season of '
greater lavlshness and splendor than, that
of thl year, Mopey flow like water.,
while th display of jewel and toilette''
waa never surpassed. Famous beauties .
from Psrls, Berlin, Vienna, snd London,
were summoned here at th beginning of ,
the season, bringing in their train hoat. of
wealthy admirer, whose shekel nil 0-'
German Mission to Pes. "
TANGIER, Mor.occo, Sept. 2?. Th Ger
man mission to the sultan at Fes, headed
by Dr. Bosen, the Oermsn minister, left'
her today for the capltol.
Rolling a Cigar
It's an art, and much of an
enjoyable smoke depends
on the workman's part of
are rolled by the most skill
ful Cuban cigar makers. '
It's perfectly made.
A. 8ANTACLLA 4 CO., Makwr,
Perer et Howe
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