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TTTTC OMAHA DAILY BEE: RATUin)AV. OCTOP.KR XX
Comparison Is All That Is Necessary to Prove the Superiority of Our Values
The finest line of Crepe and Silk
Scarfs ever shown in the city, plain
and printed, splendid values, at
$5.00, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, f
$2.25, $2.00, $1.75, $1.35, )ff
$1.00, 85c and v
New Plaid Belts
Regular 3Sc and 50c val
ues on sale Satur-OC-day
at - - JL
$1 Automobile Veils 50 C
A new line of full length
Auto Veils, 3 yds. C1f
long, very latest -
$2 and Bags
Blacks or browns in. 3
sizes, f flf)
Saturday - - I VI
THE RELIABLE STORE.
Sale of Men's Furnishings
Our bartrain offerings in this rlprinrrmpiit. rp npvpr rrmfiripd
SL the cheaper class of garments.
are offered at prices which always means a saving to our cus
tomers. All we ask is comparison of our values with those of
others. We're confident of the result.
Mmi'i Shirt and Drawers Heavy
fleece lined, In all sizes, 60c
Men's 73c Qnnlity Mhirt and Drawers
Fleece lined, extra heavy M r
quality, at T DC
Men's Shirts and Drawers Jersey rib
bed, winter weight, great k
snap, at tDC
Men's Fine Woolen I'nderwear Un
usually fine quality at, garment.
13. U down to II. i0, 98c
Men's Combination Sults--Best assort-
ment In Omaha, from $5. DC
$50.00 Astrakhan Coats Special
Saturday 4 ,
tfl.OO Silk Underskirts
91.50 Long Kimonos
An Immense assortment of nindiome Im
ported porcelain ware. In derby shape,
lace sold decoration with Roman sold
handle. These foods In 100-plece seta
would sen reguiaxiy at
CUPS AND SAUCERS, all slies. PIRATES
BOWL8, COVKRED DISHES, SUGAR
BOWLS and Cream Pitchers, Platte,
Pickle and Fruit Dishes, Soup Coupa, Oat
Meal Dishes, Cake and Chop Plates, Bone
Dishes, etc, all on sale Saturday, IOc
at choice, each svrv
Our Regular Saturday Tool Sale
A regular 85c brace 60c
8-in. Iron smooth plane ft. 05
1 5-ln. iron jack plane 91.49
18-ln. Mo. 7 Diss ton saw ...77c
20-ln. D-8 Disston saw $1.05
GOOD GRAMTE WARB ABOUT
Iarge dippers for ISc
10- qt. dish pan for 20c
11- qt water pall for 89c
2-qt. coffee pot for 25c
Pint cups for 5c
See Onr New
PRICE LIST FOR COAL MEN
Priitsd gonadals Compiled by tbt Couth
FIRST DEPOSITION IN THE TRUST CASE
Secretary Hall Freseats Mlaatea
Showing; B-bJect ! Retail
Prieee Was Dlaraased at
Meetings mt Eithssft.
That the South Omaha Coal exchange
ptibllshcs for the use of Its members a
printed schedule of coal price; thai its
constitution contains a clause providing
for the lining of members who violate the
regulations of the exchange; that the con
stitution of the Sourh Omaha exchange
nd that of the Omaha exchange are al
most word for word alike and that the
printed lists of retail prices for the two
exchanges are the same in every esson.
tlal detail were soma of then things
brought out Friday morulng by County
Attorney Slabaugh when he took the
imposition of J. A, Hall, secretary of the
i wtith Ontaha exchange, In - the alleged
jfcoul trust Injunction case.
S..H. nan ueniea inn tne exciiaiige iibji
ever attempted to nx prices or that It
had ever, fined a member as long as he
had be-n secretary for violation of any
of the regulations. He said the printed
schedule to his knowledge was not ad
hered to by all of the members, but waj
Mr. Hall said each member of the ex
change filed with the secretary a schedule
r prices he Intended to chsra his cu
tomtrs. These schedules war discussed by
the members and then the president and
s'cretary would go over them and place
)ou the published price lust tha lowest price
Wged by any of tbe members for thst
psrtlculsr grade of coal. Hs said this was
d ne In order that members mbrht know
the lowest pries their oomDetltora were
i barging, giving- them a chance to corns
d -wn to the same price. Hs denied the ex
l'iige had anything to do with fixing the
'.. but the met. liters Individually might
The Cough of
Complete stocks in all grades
Men's lilutM-laimrl Sliirts Double or
single breasted at, $3.00 AO
down to $1.50 and JOC
Men's and Boys' Sweaters Fine all
wool garments, in white or Ofi
colors, at $1.50 and JOC
Roys' Sweaters All wool. Buster
Brown style, great snap 35c
Men's and Hoys' Cotton Sweaters
Extra heavy quality, worth FA.
$1.00; Saturday JUC
Men's Hose In winter weights, extra
heavy cotton or wool at f TM-
25c, 19c and IC
Men's Cotton Half Hn Good r
heavy quality at 10c and. . . . . jC
Nowhere will you find so great variety
as here, and these specials certainly repre
sent the clima of bargain giving.
flO.OO Coats In handsome fancy mix
tures and black kerseys; special. . . . .
Handsome Coats Worth up to $15.00, very nob
blest new styles, and 4 lengths; Q QC
special Saturday, at ?,sD
Stylish Coats In finest kerseys and fancy
plaids, values up to $20.00; Saturday. . .
$00.00 Beaver Coats Special
Silk Plid Waists lade of GIvernaud s
taffeta, values up to $7.50; special
$2.00 Moire Underskirts
Children's $3.00 Wool
Lowest Price in
All Popular Hits 12
"Somewhere" (Chas. K. Harris.)
"Everyone In Slumberland But Me."
"Not Because Your Hair Is Curly."
"Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie,"
"Wby Don't You Try?"
"Waiting at the Church."
"When the Mocking Birds Are Singing In
the Wlldwood." "In Dear Old Georgia."
"Someone Looks flood to Someone. '
"If a Girl Like You Loved a Boy Like
"Anslous" (song hit from the "Girl and
A regular 1.50 ratchet brace for 91. IS
10-in. iron smooth plane 91.23
18-ln. iron fore plane $1.(15
26-in. Disston hand saw 91.10
26-In. D-8 Disston hand saw. . . .91.-8
QMS-HALF KKtil LAK PIUCK.
9- ln. pie plates for 6c
14-qt. dish pan for. . 30c
3-qt. preserving kettles for 15c
Chambers for ...17c
10- qt. chamber palls for... 50c
neet the prices on the si-heduls or not as
they saw fit. He admitted that the individ
ual would have to meet the prices on the
schedule If he expected to do much busi
ness. He alKO denied the city was dis
tricted or any restriction was placed on the
purchasing of coal by the members.
Members Disease Prices.
That the members of tha exchange dis
cussed the pries schedules proposed by In
dividual dealers Is manifest from the sec
retary's minutes, which were offered In
evidence. The minutes for October IS. 1506,
record that one firm presented a schedule
of the prices It Intended to charge. Then
follows the statement: "After some talk as
to the cost price on reals, the prices sub
mitted were thought to be fair."
In the minutes for August 16, 190fi, Is the
"Christie Bros, reported some Omaha
dealers wrre selling coal in South Omaha
at what they thought to be cost price after
paying the cartage, whereupon it was con
sidered best for South Omaha dealers to
hold the South Omaha business, and If any
dealer saw fit to do so, sell coal at cost."
A copy of a schedule was Included In tha
papers in which various dealers named
their prices for mine run unscreened coal
fur domestic use. Of the thirteen who
Igned the schedule all named $3 as the
.nice except three, whose prices were a
Article XI of tha bylaw is directed
iffalnst soliciting business by members of
the exchange, their drivers, clerks or other
employes TMo srticle prohibits members
bringing up the subject of coal or mention
ing It it. when talking to prospective
buyers. It also prohibits the passing of ad
Mr. Hall did not explain the similarity
between the constitution and the price lists
of tha Omaha and the South Omaha ex
changes, but after examining the tlocu
ments admitted they were very similar.
No specific acts of Interference with coal
prices were found in the examination of the
books of the South Omaha exchange.
Henry Ostrom of the Omaha Coal ex
change will bs the next witness examined.
Dirt Ib tha Arena.
Saturday will see the completion of tbe
work of hauling dirt to fill tha arena at
the Auditorium for the burse show, nnd
tan bulk will be put on Monday, so liiut
1 our doctor wiil teU you that (resb
air and good food are the real cures
for consumption. But often the
couch l very bard. Hence, vc
roa ass your aoctor
J 10 Trimmed
In order to make room for our elegant display of fine hats for the
horse show we will offer Saturday a lot of
about 200 of our nobbiest Trimmed Hats,
values up to $10.00, at, choice
Pretty Trimmed Street Hats, the nobbiest line in the QQr
city, worth up to $3.98, will go Saturday at OC
Untrimmed Felt Shapes that retail elsewhere for from 7Q
$1 to $2 will go in Saturday's sale at JZC
Children's School Hats and Caps, the largest asortment fjr
111 Omaha, under-priced Saturday, $1.25 down to . . .JL
Manufacturer's Stock of Children's Coats
Over 600 garments, the surplus and sample
Fai "P to $6-
Delightful Silk Bargains Saturday
500 Pieces of $1.00 Silk at yard k9c
Sapho Silk, Electro, Tbais, Peau de Cygnes' Messalines, 20-inch Changeable?, 27-Inch
Taffeta-, Plaids, and -Novelties, a showing unsurpassed in beauty or variety F Q
and unequalled in quality, regular $1.00 values Saturday only, at yard .... I C
Sale Begins Promptly at 9 a. m. Saturday
Omaha on Sheet
.2c Copy. Mail orders promptly
"Beautiful Evening Star" (most beautiful
reverie ever written).
"Iola" (new Intermeszo).
"Happy Heine" tnew two-step).-"Lords
and Ladies" (novelette).
Paula Walties (new). ,
"Cherry" (new Intermezzo).
"Pllver Heels." '
"Rubies and Feurls" (very dainty melody)
"Southern Dream Waltzes."
Melody at Twilight."
"Rose leaves" tintermpczo).
"Carnival Times" (ragtime march).
HAYDEN'S, the great universal providers of
10-1 b. sacks tine buckwheat flour
8 lbs. bst rolled breakfast oatmeal....
H lbs. choice Japan rice
10 bars best brands laundry soap
10-lb. sacks beat granulated cornmeal..
Jello, per package
1-lb. cans assorted soups
Vi-lb. cans Walter Baker's coooa
the arena will be ready for driving by
Monday n.l(tht or Tuesday morning. Two
car loads of bark have been received anJ
are now being unloaded. The dirt used to
1111 the arena la bring taken from the lot
of the Real F.state Kxchange Bunding com
pany at the southwest corner of Llghiecnth
and Farnam streets.
NEW MANUFACTORY7! OMAHA
Wilson Bed fturins? i Man pa ay Mill
Lsssrh a New Plant In
The Wilson Bed Spring Manufacturing
company Is to be Incorporated with a cap
ital stock of $15,000 to manufacture spiral
and woven bed springs and cots in Omaha.
The company has secured a three-year
lease on the old Hartman warehnuxe at
Twelfth and Irani streets, a building of
one story and WxlX! feet. Two cars tit ma
chinery and stock have arrived and it Is
expected to have the factory in operation
October 18. Fifteen employes will be needed
at first and thin number will be Increased
to fifty or sixty In due time.
Omaha people now get their bed springs
from Chicago and St. Louis, as do the In
habitants of all the country between this
city and the ltocky .mountains. These two
cities have no competitors In this part of
ths country In the bed spring business. The
consumption In this territory is enormous, !
being ISO springs dally In Omaha alone. I
The organisation of the concern grew out j
of the purchase by II. A. Wllaon of the
Iowa Spring Bed Manufacturing company
of Carson, la. Tha Incorporators will be
Mr. Wilson and W. O. McKee, who was
manager of the Iowa company. The fore
man will be James Cummlngs, lately em
ployed by the Logan Bed Spring company
of Pittsburg. Pa. In addition to Its manu
facturing enterprise the company will en
gaga in the Jobbing of Iron beds and
REGRET FOR TWO PIONEERS
Heeelallaas Adopted ny Society for
Edward Rosewater aad Dr.
H. X. Link.
At the regular monthly meeting of the
Douglas County Pioneers association In the
Public Library building Thursday after
noun, resolutions were adopted expressing
the deep regret of ths society over the
death of Edward Rosewster of Omaha and
Dr. H. N. Link of Millard. The resolutions
were adopted by a standing vote upon the
motion of Dr. Frederick Renner of Omaha.
Judge Kennedy was chairman of the com
mutes on resolutions. The sttendunc at
the meeting u very large, many women
i being present.
Hats at $4.95
lines of a well known manufacturer, will be
sold at less than half regular price.
Children's Coats, in fine broadcloth, velvets,
imported astrakhans, kerseys, broadcloths,
etc., all high class materials and showing
highest class workmanship coats in this
lot worth up to $15.00 I QQ
choice c. a O
Children's Coats, in all wool kerseys and Irish
frieze, plain colors and fancy mixtures.
rmno in nil si7PS i tit 1i vpjips mifl vrnrtli
choice Saturday " . , r Qf
Music. When you buy Sheet Mjs'ic h;n yn sav money
filled. A id one csnlfjrpisiaj:
"June Roses" (gavotte).
CLASSICAL Ml'BIC Zc COPY.
Any Eleven Conif-s for 35c.
"Then You'lll Remember Me."
"Toreador Song from Carmen."
"O. Thou Suhltme, Sweet Evening Star."
"Calvary Rodney" (three keys).
"One Sweetly 8olemn Thought."
"Love's Old Sweet Pong."
"Lost Chord" ftwo keys).
"Palm Branches." Faure.
"Flower Song" tfrom "Faust").
"Ave Maria," Mascagnl.
Cheese. Fresh Fruit, Vegetables,
4-lb. cakes Walter Baker's chocolate., j&u
Lea & Perrln's sauce, per bottle Mc
Crosse & Blackwell's Jams, per Jar....2)c
1- lb. cans Van Houten's coroa 6c
2- lb. cans fancy wax or string beans.. 6V
2- lb. cans fancy sweet sugar corn 6c
3- lb. cans golden pumpkin, hominy or
baked bfana V.ic
Fine fruit Jelly, per glass 4c
CONVENTION TO OAVENPORT
Iowa City Capture Next West in? of
Brsthsrhocd of America.
OMAHA SESSION COMES TO A CLOSE
Detroit, Michigan, is 1 lose nival for
the Honor, but Vol Strong
Kuongh fur HawLrit
The fourth biennial national conven
tion of the Brotherhood of America com
pleted its work Friday afternoon by th'i
selection of Davenport, la., as 'he pluce
of meeting for the biennial convention of
1908. Detroit was a strong competitor
for the honor, but the friends of the
Hawkeye city wre too strong for tha
Wolverines and Davenport won out eas
ily on the final test.
Friday's session was devoted to the con
sideration of tl-.e retort of the luw com
mittee and the recommendations con
tained therein, t lie result bring a num
ber of changes In the by-laws providing
for ths payment of assessments by the
local secretaries on or before the 16th of
each month and to take from the presi
dent, secretary and one member of the
board of directors the. right to pass upon
claims during the vacation period preced
ing or following the regular meciliit,'s of
the full board and auditing officers.
These were the most essential features In
the changes of the by-laws, the others
being of a minor character relating to the
government of local lodges, submission
of reports, payments of dues to the fraud
and supreme lodges and providing fur a
Thursday evening the visitors were
i , , '. . . . . ;
d.tl.r 9 TaehHrliteat thing la
. M Dolt.lt tr nicl. Cl.ca nutek
" . w frlitiatr Iiimt. ana Dot.
not ims orr.
FRFH SANPLE AssreM Ds.S
I tmotll erllM n .. IHutxi K
ittfmr'i n-lnfi ill MM i
Grand Ribbon Sale
The greatest Rllihon stork shown In
Omaha, at lw price than you can buy
them elsewhere In the country.
6EE THESE SATURDAY SPECIALS:
No. 1,70 5-ln. Taffeta Ribbons. nir
at, yard VJC
No. 40 Persian Warp Ribbons,
No. 5 Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 7 Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 8 Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 12 Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 1G Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 22 Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 40 Taffeta Ribbons.
All tlie Ribbons are pure silk. No
schuff Ailing but pure silk every thread.
in ord:rinj by mail.
"Melody In F," Rubinstein.
"Iant Hope." Gottschalk.
"Tannhauser March," Wagner.
"I.a Sorella." (Spanish march).
"Evening Star" (from Tannhauser.
"Romance of Love" (beautiful new waltz).
"I-a. 3race," Hohrn.
"Little Bo-Pecp Walls (fine teaching
"Invitation to the Dance." Waber.
"Little Fairy Waltz" (splendid for teach
ing). "Storm." Waber.
Hundreds of others to select from.
Meats, Etc., Etc.
Fancy 8-erown raisins, per lb
Fancy Muir peaches, per lb
Fancy English cleaned currants, per lb.
Fancy cooking rtgs. per lb
Fancy Italian prunes, per lb
Fancy New York dried apples, per . lb..
Fancy seedless raisins, per lb
The best soda or oyster crackers, lb.,
I packages Uneeda biscuits
given a trolley ride about the city, ex
tending as far as Florence northward and
Hanscom park southward. Tho meeting
throughout has been one of the moat
successful lu the eight years' history of
the -order, as well as one of the most
HORSE SHOW COLORS ABROAD;
White and Red Bring- Merrltaate lata
Rivalry for Decoration of
"thie thing the horse show does for
Omaha Is to give the city the rlnest looking
windows In the stores of any time during
the yeHr." remarked an observing man,
not the careful observer. WUh the open
ing of the horse show a little over a week
away, October 22 being the date, the strife
for the xplendid prises offered by the di
rectors of the horse show for the best dec.
orated windows la now on. The Nebraska
Clothing company is th first to have a
full window decorated In the red and white,
the horse ahow colors, which are to be
While the reiil strife for first honors is
really between the larger stores with their
high-salaried decorators, still there Is noth
ing to hinder the smaller merchants from
getting the prise, for, after all, taste Is
what counts, and that can bs shown in a
small window as well as In one of the
larger ones. In both of the former years
the Bennett company has won the first
j prises, and Advertising Manager William
Kennedy is naving everything In readiness
for the winning of the prices this year. In
his nonchalant way, he said: "We may
not win the prise, but we will have a
window which will be worth going a few
blocks to see. We will decorate alt the
Sixteenth street windows and some of those
on Harney street. Our decorator, Oliver F.
Ambrose, will try tor the prises."
The rivalry between some of the larger
stores In the way of 'decorations will lend
scat to the competition for tha best win
dows and the . result will be of benefit to
the horse jhow-
Entrirs are coming In for the horse show
so fast they sre bewildering, snd only ths
secretary. Hurley O. Moorhead, and his
little book can keep pace with the rate
they have been coming In Ball Bros.,
Lawrence Jones, George Pepper Co.,
Thomas Dunn snd others too numerous to
All remember the beautiful horse, Jock
O' Diamonds, which had a walk away In
the gulted classes last year, so easy it was
a shame to take the- money, leaving no
doubt as to the choice. Now comes Star
McDonald, a Kentucky horse, which en
Wednesday night at St. Louis wrested the
Ladies9 Underwear Department
V A few items only mentioned for your consideration Saturday,
but every one a special that will please. Look elsewhere if you
will; you won't find their duplicates in bargain "worth. ,
Ladles' Vests and Pants Heavy fleece
lined; special prices Saturday, 60c,
3c, 25c and IOc
Ladies' Union Suits All wool, in gray
or white, splendid value; Saturday,
Ladies' Fleece Lined Union
Suits Great snap, at 50c
Ladies' Vests and Pants All wool, In
scarlet or gray; special at, gar
See These Suit Bargains
Stylish Tailor Suits, in the pony, blouse
and semi-fitting - effects,' in broadcloths,
fine cheviots and fancy mixed materials,
worth in a regular way up to $20, salt?
$30.00 Tailor Suits $19.00 All samples, all
latest styles, a 6pleudid assortment just
received, Saturday 's . price 19.00
See Our Crown Jewel Suits at $25.00
Perfect in style and workmanship, ele
gant in material and finish a world-"
beater at our price 25.00
Saturday Specials in Shoes
Men's Dr. Packard ghioed Uangeroo.
vicl kid lined. CUSHION SOLB
shoes, that won t peel, easy -th
on the feet, i values, at '
Ladles' Queen Quality CUSHION
SOLE vlcl kid patent tip X Cfl
shoes at .'"'.
Thhest school shoes, with
rock oak soles, all sizes...
Biir boys' and girls' shoes, lace or bit-
ton, made of kid or box
calf, at K-5o, tz. and
Thirty styles of OROVER easy hand
sewed shoes for tender feet.
Uttle children's shoes. Prices, 25c
to 11.00. .
Butter and Cheese Sale
Fancy separator creamery butter, re--tailed
everywhere for )c lb., cut
price per lb 2oc
Fancy full cream Wisconsin cheese, lb. 124c
Fancy ful cream New York white
cheese, per lb f. luo
Fancy full cream brick or llmburger
cheese, per lb 124':
Fancy full cream domestic Swiss
cheese, per lb ISc
Fancy full cfeam Imported Swiss
cheese, per lb 35c
Sap as go cheese, each 74c
Neufchatel cheese, each 3c
honors swsy from him. Star MoDonaU
will be st the Omaha show, which give,
some Idea of the way the good ones art
Lawrence Jones of LoulHvtlle has sent a
large number of entries, which Include hit
entire stable. Some Idea of the value ol
his horses may be gleaned from the state
ment that he wrested the honors from
Reginald C. VSnderblll at Louisville last
Sterling stiver Prensci. I6th A Dodge sta
NO CONCESSIONS FOR OMAHA
Answer of Hautlltan and Clahaagh to
Coanpll on CJaa Ordinance
Chairman Funkhouser ol the city coun
cil lighting committee said Thursday
morning he and theyother members of the
committee have had an erttded confer
ence with F. T. Hamilton ant 'J. W. Cla
baugh, two of three men who ricently of
fered a gas franchise Ardlnt. to the
council for consideration Mr. Funk
houser reported that ths U,.t conference
with ' Messrs. lUmlll-J'. a ,d Clabaugh,
who are, Incidentally, president and vice
president, respectively, of the Omaha Gas
company, waa fruitless. Mr. Hamilton
saying he and associates had nothing fur
ther to offer the city of Omaha in the
way of gas ordinances or concessions.
"Mr. Hamilton told me," said Mr. Funk
houser, "that if another company got into
The demand for S. S. S. has steadily increased since it was first placed
on the market until it is now recognized as the greatest of all blood purifiers.
It has won its way to success because IT CURLS DISEASE, and
there are few homes where "S. S. S. for the blood" is not a household saying-.
As the blood is the very life of the bodyi nourishing and supplying- strength
to every part, disease in some form is sure to follow when it becomes contam
inated. Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Boils, Pimples and the various skin affections
are due to an over-acid and impure blood-supply. Rheumatism, Catarrh,
Scrofula, Chronic Sores and Ulcers.oContagious Blood Poison, etc., are all
deep-seated blood diseases and will continue to grow worse and more danger
ous as long as the impurities and poisons which produce them remain in the
blood. In all blood disorders S. S. S. has proven itself a perfect remedy, and
well earned the right to be called the greatest of all blood purifiers. It goes
down into the circulation and forces out all poisons, impurities, humors,
vnd unhealthy matter, and makes this life stream rich, pure and healtb-sus-Aining.
S. S. S. reaches inherited blood taints and so enriches the circulation
hat diseases of years standing are permanently cured. It contains no harmful
cinerais and is nature's real blood purifier. Book on the blood and medical
..dvif free. THE a WIFT SPECIFtO CO. ATLAMTA. OAm
Ladles' Vests In wool or cotton,
black only, Saturday, while they
Children's Vests and Pants Heavy
fleece lined or ribbed, special at 25o
Ladies' Knit Nklrt Knee length, reg
ular $1.00 values, special Satur
Children's Vests and Pants All wool,
all sizes, at, per garment &Oc
Sale of Mens'
1 general clean-up of our entire stock
of men's Soft Felt Hats begins Sat
urday. Hats In all colors and styles,
worth regulsrly up to $2.50, will be
placed on sale In two great , PA.
lots at, choice, 75c and JUC
See Display In Our 16th St. Window. '
Omaha Money Saving
Spring Chickens, stricly fresh. ,
California Hams j, . ,8H
Veal Roast 6Hc
Veal Stew 8e
Pot Roast. . .' ,..'.:.t...oU(
Good Steak ...Sfte
Porterhouse Steak IOc
Loin Steak Oc
Choice Rib Roast, bones out IOc
All kinds Sausage 6 He
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Large heads Cabbage, each -. ...
Large Hubbard Squash, each
4 heads Fresh Lettuce
6 bunches Fresh Radishes
Fresh Spinach, per peck
Fancy Sweet 'utatoas, per lb.......
Fresh Parsle,, per bunch
Fresh -Turnips, Carrots or Beets, lb.
Fancy Cape Cod Cranberries, qt...
Fancy Jonathaa Apples, peck
Fancy Blue Plums, per basket...,.
Fancy California Figs. 2-lb. pkg..,.
Large Juicy Lemons, per dosen
Large Pears, per basket
i measures fresh roasted Peanuts
Large Cal. Quinces, per doc
Fancy Sweet Apples, per peck
Omaha it would be rasa of one going Into
receivership; the one with tho most money
would win out."
The gas ordinance recently offered by
F. T. Hamilton, O. W. Clabaugh and
Thomas Dolan, virtually the Omaha Oas
company, was of such a tenor that ths
lighting company would not even bring it
before the council except In an informal
manner that the councllmen might know
whst was being done by the committee.
"The situation now resolves Itself Into
the Omaha Oas compsny standing pat, of
fering a proposition which gives no gen
eral relief," stated Mr. Funkhouser.
Mr. Funkhouser Is now working on a
proposition which will st least compel
the Omaha Oas company to furnish gas
of a required quality, the test to be mads
by the city chemist, ss la now being dons
lu many of the larger cities.
Councilman Funkhouser believes ths
matter of gas Inspection should bs dl-'
vorced from politics snd a thoroughly
competent man charged with the duty of
seeing that the people receive from ths
gas company what they pay for.
An Invitation extended to Messrs. Ham
ilton and Clabaugh to meet with Ihs coun
cil at one of ths general committee meet
ings has not been accepted, although It
was offered soma weeks ago.
Building permits Issued: M. 1. Wil
liams, Twenty-ninth and Mandarson,
$1,600 dwelling; Anna U. Ruseeil, 11
Blnney, $2,600 dwelling; Louis Reichen
herg. Thirty-fifth and Poppleton, H.toS
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