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THE OMATTA PATLV REE: FT? IP AY, OCTOBER
FEW DISTRICT COURT CASES
Kort f Aotisni Scheduled for Lincoln Ire
Oml from Circuit.
TWENTY-SIX FOR THE GRAND JURY
SALE OF OMAHA SOUVENIRS
0.IAHA WKATIIKK FORECAST Friday. Fair nnd W
1 'SZTV T"'Va T TT T "TT
tmaktr Term of Federal Cvart
Will Be II rlil In Oiimlm
Whei Bla I.anil Cases
Come I .
Tbn clerical fores at the federal building
re huffily unpaged In parkin documents
aa4 records for the opening of the October
una of the federal court to be held t
IJnooln beginning next Momliiy. Few If
U7 district court cades will be lizard, the
cum noticed for trial being largely civil
from the circuit court and one or two
Ttia federal grend Jury will be empanelled
Tuesday and almost the entire time of
ZHitrtot Attorney Oosw. Special District At.
tomey Rush snd Assistant District At
torney Lane will he taken up with grand
Jury work. Twenty-six cases nre on the
board for Inquiry by the grand Jury. Of
thle trombT less than one-half a dosen
will be land fencing cases and only one
of these of any Importance. The remainder
of tha cases nre pnstnfn'ce Irregularities
using the mails for purpose to defraud,
ending unrnallHblc matter through the
malls and Introducing liquor onto the
It im the opinion i.if the court officials
tha term will not Inst longer than ten days
or twa weeks.
Itrrmlirr Term In Omaha.
Tha November term of the federal courts
to be held In Omaha will begin November
iX No srand Jury will be drawn for this
term, as it is the purpose to proceed to
tha trial of the district court docket. In
cluding s large number of land fraud cases
and notably the case against Bartlelt
Mchanls and W. O. Comstock for alleged
conspiracy In seeking to defraud the gov
ernment out of title to some 300,000 acres
of land In 8herldnn and Cherry counties.
District Attorney Goss has received no
Intimation to Institute any proceedings
aanlnst the tTnlon Pacific for al'eg-ed
fraudulent acquirement of great tracta of
coal lands In Wyoming, nor has he been
directed to proceed against that railway
company and others for violation of the
Interstate comrnerce laws as brought out
by the recent Investigation held by the
Interstate Commerce commission In Omaha.
BLACK EYE FOR MAIL ORDERS
Harness Dealer Vote to Exclude Any
- Member Selling to On of
The Nebraska and Iowa Retail Harness
Manufacturers and Dealers' Protective as
sociation met Wednesday afternoon and
Thursday morning at' the Murray hotel,
perfecting the organisation on which pre
liminary steps were taken a year ago.
The constitution waa remodeled and offi
cer were elected a follow: President,
A. Anderson of Omaha; vice president,
Harry II. Bprlnkel of Elliott, la.: secre
tary, Henry Herxog of Omaha; treasurer,
P, H. Toner of South Omaha. These, with
three others, comprise the executive board
of the association.
Resolutions were passed calling on mem
ber not to trade with manufacturer or
jobbers who do any retail business. Manu
facturers who sell to mall order houses
were tabooed by the passage of another
J. B. Conlngham of Omaha, state organ
iser of the Nebraska Retail Merchants'
association, addressed the convention on
the need of organisation In all line of
. The time and place of the next conven
tion will be decided by the executive
URE AND KENNARD LAID UP
County Commissioners Are Nnrslag
Bralsea Sustained In n Runaway
County Commissioner Kennard I laid up
at home with a . sore leg and a bruised
body anil Commissioner Ure is nursing a
aore ankle a the result of an exciting
runaway Wednesday afternoon at the farm
of'Eggert Otte, about five miles south of
Benson. The commissioners were out view
ing roads, Solomon and Tralnor having one
rig and Kennard and Vre another. The
latter were Just driving Into the barn
yard when the horses started, to run. Tho
wagon struck the buggy Solomon and
Tralnor had been using, and the Impact
threw both Kennard and Ure out of the
eat. They landed together in a heap and
Ure rolled over Kennard several time be
fore, they could top themselves. When h
picked himself up Vre still had his pipe
gripped between hi teeth.
Mr. Kennard' Injuries were more serious
than those of Mr. Ure. He tried to watch
tha parade Wednesday night, but had to
be taken home in a carriage. Thursday he
wa reported better. The rear wheels of
8olomon's vehicle were tern off, but no
other damage done.
STICKNEY , CAN TAKE LAND
Great Western Given Right to Cnu
ns for Traekaca Bolt
'The right of the Chicago Great Western
to condemn for trackage purpose a atrip
of ground belonging to the Omaha Belt
line was upheld by Judge Jroup Thurs
day afternoon. Judge Troup dissolved the
restraining order granted sometime ago
to the Bolt Line, enjoining the Great West
ern and county court authorities from
going on with condemnation proceedings.
This heave the Great .Western free to
enquire the property. ,
One of the point decided by the court
was that one railroad corporation could
acquire front another by condemnation
prove property nut in actual use for rail
read purposes. The right of the road to
acquire .the property under it Iowa
charter waa also upheld.
The land in controversy is a V-shaped
piooa at tha Intersection of the Burlington
and Union Pacific. The Great Western
deelrea to build a connecting line between
tha - two road In order that It may ex
bang grain business with the Burlington.
BANK CANNOT GET QUARTERS
Kwt Institution Would Start t If
Location Caala Be
Not for a few mouths at least will a new
bank be opened In Omaha by F. 8. Stevens
and, hla associate So says Mr. Stevens,
who moved from Blair to Omaha early in
tha summer with the Intention of organ
ising a new banking concern.
"W might perhaps be ready to open the
bank new but for the fact tbat no quar
ter can bo secured. We have In mind two
location, one In the Board of Trad build
ing and ana in the New York Life build
ing, but tha present lease will not be out
a the ana until March 1 and it is likely
the other will not be vacated until Jan
uary ! Tha plans for the bank will not
We. mad yubllo until we can get a location.1
BIG SPECIAL SALE
IN OUR NEW STORE
ll3a I Jltl 11J-1 jW,Oe
The tremendous trade of Carnival week has left ua with
thousands of remnants of fine good.
Every Odd Length Will Be Sacrificed Friday
Remnants in Dress and Skirt Patterns, worth $1 and $1.50
per yard; 00-inch Broadcloths, Ladies' Cloths, Suitings,
V orsteds and Panamas, in blacks, browns,
blues and all colors, on sale in new store
at per yard
50c, 75c and $1 Dress Goods at 25c Yard 44 inches wide,
in silk and wool novelties, Brilliantines, Henriettas, Pan
amas and many imported novelty suitings, f"
vnough for skirts, children's dresses and r
ladies suits, on sale in the new store at, yard."
Short Remnants of Silks For trimmings, neckwear, mil
linery trimmings, etc., in lengths f ri c
Vi yd, 1 yd and VA yds, each. . . . IUC-I JC-6hJC
Silks Remnants of silks in waist lengths, skirt lengths,
etc., in blacks and all colors, also checks and plaids, silks
worth up to $1.25 per yard, go in two Ckn
lots on bargain square in new store anaC"T'i
Heavy Black RustUng Taffeta and
very lustrous ptfau rle sole, full
27 Inch wide, positively worth
$1.19 In silk de
yard . . . '.
Remnants of 25c Embroideries go at 15c Yard
Medium and wide widths of the finest, moat "
elaborate embroideries and insertings, all jj O
new patterns, worth to 15c new store, yd.
Waist ing Remnants In French
Flannels, stripes. checks and
plaids, 50c qunalty,
on bargain square,
new store, at, per
yard. . . . ,.
Big Remnant Bargains
in Boston Store Basement
Remnants of half wool Danish
Cloth, at, per yard
Remnants Plain Colored
Sateens, worth '
Remnants of Bleached, Un
bleached and Turkey Red
. 1. T.1
Remnants Shadow Plaid
25c yard . . . .
Remnants Persian Pattern
19c yard, at, yd.
Remnants'- of Chambray
worth 121oc,. yd.. 7
Remnants of. Best Grade
worth 15c yard,
And Hundreds of Other Bargains in the Basement.
We Invite You to Attend the Dem
Burson's Fashioned Hose
The only stockings that fit the
foot without a seam. Stockings
with seams look badly and feel
badly. The ordinary seamless
Btockings are straight as a string
after washing. Burson's Hose are
beautifully shaped 'to fit smooth
and comfortable to the foot and
wear better than other hose.
Special sales ladies give demonstrations.
We invite you to visit
Courtney's New Grocery and Meat Market
. The Finest in the West.
Pure Food Center of Oma.ha.
Entrance througn Brandeis' west tunnel,
Also at Douglas and 17th Streets.
"Telle- tt flat"
Buffalo, N. T.. Oct 10. IX. 12
Nw Orleans, La.. Oct. 11, 13,
It. 14 923.80
Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct 14, 16,
Memphis, Tenn., Oct 16. II, 17.
ll j leeo
Atlanta, Oa., Oct I. t.... $83.10
All Information cheerfully 4yen at
WaBAII OITT TXOXKT OniOI,
1M1 raraaaa . ' 'Vleae Bon, as.
Or ad4r.w XAUT B. BfOOMM,
a. r. x watasi a. av. .
O MaSt 4. MM.
CREIN T8AC1RS STAMPS EVERT TIUE
See Hall Page Ad. on Page Four
of Raging Bargains for Omaha's
Third Great Bargain Friday.
Bargains in Dress Goods.
Bargains in Linens
Bargains in Laces, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Etc.
An Extraordinary Bargain in Corsets
Bargains in Muslin Gowns, Flannelette Dresses, Etc.
Bargains in Groceries and Hardware
Bargains in Clothing for Men and Boys.
' FOR OMAHA'S THIRD GREAT BARGAIN FRIDAY.
Buy The Ladies Home Journal Patterns.
They are to all other patterns as electricitv is to candle
light. They are modem and up-to-date in everv particu-
iar ana give penect sausiaction, even to the inexperienced
1 - 1 , -1 71 1 " I -e
nome aressmaiver. iacn, iuc ana ioc.
Style Book for October free for the taking.
Pattern Booth, Harney Street Entrance.
fammi n iwiiiini in MiiiHn
It ' .
aCaV aJk JhJL
T) 'TAKE advantage of
1 this one-way col
onist rate from Omaha to
California any day to Oct 31.
Go out and see this country.
Go the quickest way. There
are fast trains carrying Pull
man tourist sleeping y c a r s t
Ask now about these rate and trains and
about tha country. Ask for the books on
( CITY TICKET OFFICE, 18554 FAR NAM 8T.
'Phone Douglas 334.
nicest lines of silver and cut glass we've ever shown-
It will pay you to spend a fe' minutes with us.
Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
1516 Douglas Street.
loakee the h.art crow fonder that'i b
our bu.lneae U oen.tantly arowlna. "Why,"
beeauee we oater to the every want of our
eaatotnera anl aire prompt ervloa.
I1.M PlTina Toilet Water TJp
II.ud Lm mare wine of Cod Liver CHI ..c j
tl.ve fempllan Muup Cream 0c
10c Oratice riewer Skin Food I4j
h)e Elder Flower Bklo Food Sc
fOe Cent, klagda Cold Creaaa ;0e
iOe Hind's Hone Almoad Creaai 38o
BEATON DRUG CO.,
1 5th and Farnam.
j Hot rta ar aarvad a our taOMua
And You Will Find It!
Voo mill rcra-pe all foot
they fit mo perfectly.
rmactly meet the reqnlremeata of
the dreasy nan they are neat,
atyll.lt and .uperlall vt-ly aooil.
$5.00 and $6.00.
at bench made anil n.50 and
SX50 Onlniod. look better and
last better than other .hoe. at
500 New Stylet Just In
. .i --- ' '
Fnnfl f np Vnk and nrrvous men
ruUUIUI vm flnil tli"lr power to
N RPVAfi woia ana youtiifu' vigor
,,', B'Uie u a result of ex
cess or Indlwrtiims should take OKAY'S
NKRV13 le)UU P1LI.S. They will make
)uu chi nu siet p m: in- a mi.hi .tKln.
$1 Bob; 3 Bos. (3.50 by MalL
Sherman H NcConnell Drug C
COB. 1SIH AM It OODOI. OatAXB
WANT DESIRABLE TENANTS?
dvactiaa la The He.
and foot ball
This is the time of year for foot
ball goods and we wish to announce
that we make Sweater, and Stockings
for foot ball or any other occasion
In any color, sUe or btyle.
Our quality is always the best and
our prices as low as the lowest.
Stockings made to order.
Ak-Sar-Een visitors are requested
to make us a visit, as we are head
quarters for Tarns, Hosiery-- and
Underwear and we are showing a
big line this season.
Beads and Jewels, as usual.
Agents for Pictorial Review Pat
terns. JOS. F. BILZ,
322 South 16th St.,
Stock Sale of
i u&uru u izj
THE RELJABLK STRB
Great Sale o
Friday is Baraain Day -v
Prices nre not the most interesting part. The quality of o I
offerings is even more interesting. 1
EMBROIDERIES m INSERTINGSS
w W W m w mm I
Many thousand yards of fine embroiderlpn and lnsertlnga, In long factory
strips, will be closed out Friday at half regular prices.
AH IOe Embroideries and InKerting
in this lot at, yard 5f
All 20c Knibroikriea and Inttf rtinfrr"
In this lot at, yard.... lOr
30e KnihitHilories and InnertinK, ale
Kant assortment of patterns, yd. ,1-V
oOc Cor!t Cover Kmbroidoriea, very
newest designs, great snap, yd.. 23c
39c YD. FOR SILKS.
THAT ARB WORTH UP TO 1.25 A YARD.
Many thousand yards of elecant nlaln and noveltv ullka t
de cygnes, Lousienes, Messallnes, etc. etc. the balance of two great mill
iurcnases. aii new, clean goods, in best colors and weaves
greatest bargains ever offered at, yard
83c Vlark Taffeta
fl.OO Black Taffeta
2 7-ln wide, at, yard
Ilctnnanta of Fine Colored China Silks,
and Velvets, all lengths, all colors;
Friday, choice, per yard 23o
$1.00 IHat k Taffeta, 3-in. . ? 9
wide, at, yard I JC
91.30 black Taffeta, 36 in. wldeQO
at, yard OC
Handsome 1'laidM, for waists, all new
est colorings, worth up to 1.50 yard
great special bargain Friday at,
MILLINERY SALE SURPRISES
IN OUR NEW BARGAIN R008
500 VntWnimed Felts at less than manufacturers' cost; al new.
clean stock, worth f 1.00 to $2.00 at, choice
Misses' and Children's Hats 91.30
values; special OKc
Pretty Street Hats Trimmed with
quills, ribbons, etc. ranging from
12.98 down to 08c
50c Flowers Great assortment; spe
cial Friday, at 33c
Sale of Fancy Feathers and Wfjigs
Prices, 98c down to 10c
Many other bargains In this room
Great Sale of Pattern Hats at 94.08 Still Continues in Our New Millinery DeplY
GREAT DISPLAY OF CROWN JEWEL SUITS
The queen of ladies' suits. 350 new ones
now shown, would be splendid values at
$35, our leader at
Wool Dress Goods
46-in Grey plaid wool plaids, all the
rage sells for $1 per yard; on sale,
one day only, at a yard. ...... .40c
46-in silk Mohairs, regular $1 values;
on sale for 40c
1.50 Broadcloth, all shades and
All Priestley's genuine cravenettes,
$3.50 goods, at, yard 92.45
All $2.98 goods, at. yard ...... .91.43
All $1.98 goods, at, yard
All $2.50 goods, at, yard 91.2:
$1.00 Black Mohairs 3c
$1.25 Black Mohairs 75c
$1.98 Black Mohairs.... 0H-
$1.00 Gray, all wool suiting OOc
1.60 Gray all wool Btiitlng 118c
2.50 Gray, all wool suiting 91.25
High-Grade Linen Sale
72-ln. Unbleached . table linen, guar
anteed pure Irish linen; fine weight,
fine designs and sells regularly for
98c, yard, on sale for one day only,
at a yard 50c
72-ln. full bleached satin tare- Gamask;
extra heavy Irish linen; fine patterns,
on sale one day only, at 75c
60-in. and 64-ln. unbleached pure Irish
linen, regular price 75c, yard, on sals
today, at a yard .40c
An odd lot of Napkins, 18x18 to 22x22,
sold regularly at $2.25, will go on
this sale, at, doz 91.40 and OKc
One odd lot Towels, In bleached, Huck
and Turkish, extra large size; reg
ular price 19c each, pn this sale, all
all will go at 0c
BEDSPREAD SALE 2x2, finer sallies
bedspreads, fringed or plain Mar-1 terns
Eight Very Special Items
In Our New Bargain Room
Staple Merchandise at One-Half to One-Tenth Hegular Value. Almost a
Carload of Mill Lengths Placed on Sale Friday for the h irst Time. Come Early.
One Great Bargain Square of Wash
Dress Goods Long mill ends, worth
up to 10c yard at, per yard. . . , 1c
One Great Bargain Square of Wash
Goods Long mill ends, worth up to
15c yard at, per yard .2c
One Great Table of Fleeced Hack Flan
nelettes bong mill ends, worth up
to 18c yard at, yard 8c
Aniohkcag Apron Check Ginghams
at, yard 5c
A. F. C. Dress Ginghams Long mill
ends, 15c values at, per yard... 5c ,
8)ic Dress Ginghams In 10 to 20
yard strips at, yard 41Bc-'
8ic Outing Flannels Good pattenT
and colors at, yard 4Te
15c Teaseldown Flannels Friday, at,
yard , 7Jc
They are handed down from parent to
child, and if there is a defect In a par
rnt's eyes. It la more than likely to be
found In the eyes of the child also. Red
lido. stye, or itching, bunting pains, neu
ralgia of the eye or body are INDICA
TIONS of eye strain that ian be over
come by the proper glasses, at the low
est poKfible charge. Satisf.irtlur, guaran
teed. Kxainiriation free. 23 N. X. Life
WO-Piece Decorated Dinner Sets
At Just Half Price Friday '
A general clean-up of our entire stock of Austrian China and English
Porcelain Dinner Sets. Don't mlHs this opportunity.
$48.50 SeU at 90.25 i $10.00 Sets at 9.V0O
$16.60 Sets at 97.75 $ 8.95 Sets at 94.47
$12.00 Sets at J 9.00 $ 8.5,0 Sets at 94.23
Decorated 12-Piece Toilet Sets Special Friday 93.40
Hayden'sthe Greaf Universal Providers of
dmaha's Greatest Grocery Dept. Prices Always the
Lowest, Goods jie Freshest, Quality the Highest.
lo-lb. sacks best white or yellow corn
meal g lhs. best rolled break Cunt oatmu.il....
7 lbs. best liunil pirked navy beans....
10 bars best brands laundry soap
1-lb. cans Campbell', .mips
Vi-lb. cans brtakfast cocoa, Walter
rtaibri o - j
-lb. cakes chocolate, Walter BakeT s
Lea & Perrin's suue-e. per bottle
Durkee's salad diesning. ptr brittle
Crosae Ac Black well's jams, per Jar...
3-!l. cans fancy, sweet sukht corn
2-lb. cans fancy wax or string beans..
Bromanselon or Jello, per package
Fancy sweet gherkin pickles, per qt..
Fancv sweet mlxtd pickles, per qt..
Fancy chow chow pickles, per quart...
Fancy small .our pickles, per quart..
The best soda crackers, per lb
The best oyster cruckeis. per lb
4 packages L'needa biscuits
Potted meats, per can
TEA AND COFFEE 8PECIALS.
Fancy banket fired Japan tea, worth
4uc per ll., this ale
Fancy Hun dried Japan tea. worth too
ner lb., thin salt .
Fancy Onion, Gunpowder! ' Kniiiish
JireaKijat or fVvi.n i.
lb., this sale
rancy iea finings, worth 20c. this
Fm"lo e"nib" coltt' worth cl this
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Fancy Prto Rico blend, worth "a'c'lb.'.
ni ruic pt;r JO...
FCihM(iV,?a "I"1 Jva' 'special,' 'worth
c lb., this sale per lb
BL-TTKK AND CIIKUgg SALeI
Fancy separator creamery hnit.r
worth. Sue lb., this .ale ir IK
Fancy full cream chetae, worth lso lb'
this sale per lb...'.
l''?J.ci.N1,f, Yor!t whlt cheese, worth "
una mic per 10
rancy prick or llmburger. worth lKc'a.
lb.,, this sale ner lb t,,
rWf GREATEST LIHE
Call and se. colors and U signs.
MYERS-DILLON PAINT DEPT..
Thtac Dtsj. 142$ 1114-1$ tnty
Extra fancy large Elberta Freestone
Peaches, per crate 90c
Extra Fancy Italian Blue Plums, per
Single basket, each K5c
Fancy Valencia Oranges, per
dc 17 Vie
Large ripe Uananas, per doi 10c
Fresh Spinach, per peck 10c
3 heads fresh Lettuce 5
FANCY GREENING API
4 bunches fresh Radishes 6o
Large heads Cabbage, each So
New Jersey fiweet Potatoes, per lb.2o
Vi bushel baskets faucy ripe Toma-
,t0" 2 5o
Jonathan Apples, per peck. ...... tha
i iieaus iresn ciery , . 3o
Cape Cod Cranberries, per quart. 7
Hubbard Squash, each 4 fc
Fancy Tokay (Jr.Des. ner lh h K
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