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THE ' OMAITA DAILY BEE: "WEDNESDAY. OCTOBET! 2r. lfWi.
The New Dress Goods and Silks
Arc Worth Seeing,
If for ptolhing But the New Ideas They Contain
, Fashionable, beautiful, sjinrkling nqveltitR in New Silk and
J)n,s Goods in a tvide variety of iiriees.- Lvss than ten 'days
1'rom the fashion centers of the world. Nothing that in any way
ould possibly suggest the ordinary cheap trashy, lots. Here are
thrco timely suggestions. ' ' ";
Deautifill Chiffon Spot Proof Broadclothwe tuke great' il-ui-aie
them, light weight, beautiful soft lustrous
ij-orgtna. mill not spot with wtef. ready
Extra Fine Chiffon Blur!: Spot Proof Broadcloth. I3.fr. U.25. $3 5o. M.73. H.UU a yd.
I Latest In Novelty Check anil I'laMs a word to, women who desire really
rliuloe material, something out. of. the ordinary. We wish To Mala our showing' Ju.t
now rxcfda anything In Ihl cUm of good we have hon this wanon. Renuilful
'nobis. In a fin line of new colors, new giey checks, etc." tl 00. II. 25 a yd.
I Fine Showing of New Plaid Kllks never before, anywlcre in Omalm, have
o many now, first quality, beautiful plaid ailka been shown at any one time, lite
icw brown, navy, gray shade are alniply beautiful, SLOW. SI 26 a yd.
tiinJmo't , stopped -The errtllnt-w " waa
broken only when ' mtnnriir Vr uwroval
weal round ' the room. The spectacular
und xcltlng four-tu-hand exhibition with
oattng equipment wan enough lo Mir the
Ulubd of the muni phlegmatic, and aa the
big coac)n!S awing round the cornera the
people In the promenade shrank instinc
tively back toward the walla. With the
.uAio race coming close after and the
waning ending with the vaulting hunter.
0U kiver Of skill ft Well om beauty was
given plenty of chance to enjoy himself.
Over It all there waa U)e attractive glare
of , the brilliant lights and the radiance
of the Horse Show colors displayed every
where. Added to. t"he. beauty of the women,
off by the splendor, of their gowns,
th whole atmosphere of show la sucfl as
to-' draw people bark nftnln night after
night, -.7v .; . . , : . . . v. :, , :'
Lneal Horses ' Prominent.
Beside the natural, attraction of any
display of , horse Mesh there Is a local
pride which Impels ctllsens . of Omaha to
go to the show.- Fmm UKal stables came
mauy Of the animal that won the greatost
admiration and the exhibition serves aa
a, reminder that Omaha has a reputation
a. a city tat magnlnoent steeds. Recognized
by many prominent horsemen, this has
become a matter to which Omahan can
point with pardonable prido and It lends
n Interest to the. annual function that
Would not be present If all of the prlzu
dinners were from outside the city.
. "You can't say too much for some of
t,he Omaha Stables, for they are the equal
Of any In the country," said W. M. Mar
ball. , rnnfiftgei of . the Chicago house, of
M. H. Ttchenor Grand company. "Mr.
Peck has arpr,o park 'horse which can
surely go high and Mr. McCord ha the best
h could secure In the market of the
world. His appointment are all first
olasa."', , ,,v . ..
,"You carLaay'or. mV said tl IT, Pyrne
ot the C. P. Kimball corapn'( of Chicago,
"that I never aaw Suclv- aq Improvement
In appointments In any city in the three
year tut been shown In Omaha
slnr the. first , horse show. All
have got their old clothes off and every
tUitjg they have I eorroot, rfor all know
now whar the" fcWect'"thhtg.fe.' '.This I' a,'
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:"0 p. m. Six-horse business team ex.
s:W fri' rriCloss M,' saddle horse, pursw
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I I;-1 1 p. nv---C Idas lady's tandein-, 'purse
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k bo D m Class S, heavy hari-SH )-ilr.
purse $ii0O. offered by t'udahy Packing cm-pnrrj-.
9:l p. in. las '. patted saddle burse
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:25 p. in. ('Inns ,H. runuhout (appoluteil),
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10:2S p. in. (.'Isss 6T, hunter (middle
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Jt.H Ml It H A Y (il l'. THE (il.AI) II A D
Jim Murray Made a drive Tuesday nlgwt
' which go down (n the' Annals '6f the
Omaha Horse show as the greatest ever
.seen In the west. It Waa In thq class of
road fours with a cock horse, and when
the master of ceremonies told Mr. Murray
to drive and drive hard, there was some
thing doing. M urray put his team
'around the arena at a clip which was
hard" to believe. At every turn It looked
as If thf old Good Cheer was going to
turn Into tho. promenade, but Murray was
a master relnsmsn, and that was all there
v.-ns to it.
The crowd, while being much larger than
on the opening night, warmed up more
, and took more palna In cheering Its fa
vorites and the various classes were given
a good hand at every turn of the toad.
Hplendld rings were shosn all evening
and It was with reluc.tancy the vast as
semblage saw the gate opened for each
' number 1 -to leave. " , ' ,--'f-
The performance last night opened with
an exhibition by the crack alx-horae xisl-
nes teams owned by Swift and Compa'iv
and the Btort Brewing company. While
the horses of th. rflcklng eompsnV's tea.tn
'ar especially picked, they are not merely
show horse, but were chosen from doxen
of team boturht by Swift and Company
-Jfof their heavy hauling. 'The Men. was-to
pick the biwt posilile of a type o, pmotlcal
norses. mesa noraes are ail. the more In
teresting when It I learned they were" not
''Imported, but all came from fnVm lii trie
middle states. Their average ge .
J yeanjv.The : teem consists ' of Ry ; nd
( i-rinee, tne wneciers, weigtjln aioo und
; 2.310 pound, respectively; Don and Picket.
i one th. swing, welghlnr tOTO1 phftnds (itch.
; and Cy and Dick, on the lead, welf' 'ig
, l,AO0 pound each. No expense tins been
spared In providing . sppolntemtns i nd
comfort for these magnificent aorsee, W'hlje
they are the product of domestic breeding,
the particular breed from which these
horse sprung originated In.- France, the
home of the finest specimen of draft horses
In th world. These -are the type of anl
mala made famous by Rosa Bonheur In
her famoua painting, "The Horse Fair."
The wagon and harness are Jit accompani
ments for tha team.. The Bwlt company
team gave a remarkable exhibition In tha
arena, showing th degree of perfection
to which they had been trulnod. ' .;'':
Following the ponderous business horses
Into the arena were the more lithe" park
horses, to be 15.J and under and hown
to an appropriate' vehicle." the -'entries
were Jack o" Club, a 7-year-old black
gelding, belonging to Mr. Thomas Milton
of St. Paul; The Laird O' Cochpen, a bay
gelding ot Weir ft Rogers' atable ot I.
mars, la.; Only One and Lord Cecil, W.
H. McCord beauties; King Fashion, the
7-year-old brown gelding of Ijiwrence
Jones' string; Creightort, th Omaba Pep
per horae, and Honor Bright, th pride of
Jim Murray. Th horse were given plenty
of work by the Judge before being called
to the middle of th arena. All the horses
warn caiien -out ar second time beror a
decision could be reached, and thea ome
were asked to drive a third time. Aftei''
much deliberation the Judges decided to
plu the blue ribbon on th Jonea entry.
King Fashion; Murray was given second
with Umor Bright, and W, H. . MjcCVjrd
thud with Only. One. This is th second
time this wek Honor Bright, the hnrso
which won from nil at Kansas City, rins
been lxAtfii by a Jones hoi se Monday
night by Mullant' l.ad and last night by
' .The caddie cUs bronglit out hold jf
nln etarters and as these were the favor
ites of many In the Martmhlage. the Ap
plause wus almost continuous as the beau
ties swung around tire H,n- The .horse.
wi Judged by - their Quality,, .nianneia,
pace, coiitoi niation and. ability to catry
th specified weight. ..The horse was rn
qulred to Ik- fifteen hands or over high and
w-m nut to have won a blue lihboi, pie
vloua to this nliow.
B. L. lleytlcn's R-l Kins, tl post einry.
was awarded tl- blue riMn; lli-ey Kir:'.
shown by Ball brntbers of Vcrsciilts, Ky.,
waa given the led and Oorae ivpjssr had
the y- llow t llilKin ptnn"d on Mnsiei pH-(e.
B.-tll brothers' Un ) King Was a mannlM--cent
horse, although some might lie pirltl
tllccd against 111 m for (he show ring b
(HUft! of his color.
Hrlns (lal Some I Ine One. .
Tuv class for Lent pair of park hors'-s
over 15 2 hand' brought some good ones
Into the arena, horses which lind won
not only in O-uaha. but all over tho coun
try, liallnnt l.ad was t.icie with hi mate
and se-med Just ns proud as he did the
night before, when he won the blue ribbon
for Lawrrnee Jnne from the pick of the
tables in the gig horse class Monday
night. The owner had his choice In show
ing to a dt-ml-mail, spider or stanhope
phaeton. In this class the horse counted
for 50 per cent and tho appointments for
the other halm. No flnT lot of horst-s ever
entered the arenu at an Omaha horse show
than was driven not for the Inspection of
the Jik1ks. O. P. Ciidi-graff "silenced the
crowl long enough to remark so all could
hoar. "1)10 you ever see a rTnei- ring of
hoiss than this at an ' Omulia ' horse
show?'' Seven magnificent turnouts, per
fect in appointments, drawn by splendid
sK-eds circled the urnui 'mll'st outbursts "Of
enthusiasm. Splendid local . equipugos
were competing with the best of tho coun
try and the judges hud no easy task In
n uking a decision. ' Judge Van Schaick
drove the Jones, Murphy und McCord en
tries before he; wotUd binkc his ' decision.
Judge Kuykcndall also decided lie wo'uhl
have to ty out the pairs before deriduig.
Spchcer- Border, the presiding Judge, slso
took w hand himself In the drlvlrtg, show
ing how kern the competition wni!
The ribbon was finally awarded' to Law
rence Jones' li.indf.nme bay geldings Gal
lant lid ami Oiillant Lord, the second
to W. H. McCord's Btflrm' King and Tem
iicst nhd the third In Crow ' Murray''
niagnilicent hrt.wn geldlnps Royal Mon
arch and Royal Salute. The -decision of
the judges seemed to be popular, although
some might have, thought otherwise.
The long tslled horses wero given an In
ning In the next cine which was for stand
ard or nonstandard trotters, stallion, nmre
or gehllng, 1-year-old or over and uhown
to a road wagon. This was a Joral evont
and had interest because of the compe
tition. Council Bluffs pent over a beautiful
horse for this class In Commodore, the
cream colored gelding belonging to Dr. Gall
W. Hamilton. South Omaha, wa also rep
resented by I. C, Gallup Henry McVera.
A. D. Brandies' had a beautiful stallion
entered In Cherubim, a bay stallloq- with
prrtty markings on hi nose. T. C. Byrne
was given the blue ribbon event for Alice
Wilkes, a rangey niare with plenty of
speed. F. A. Nnsh took the red ribbon
for Sadie N, one of the speediest road
sters In the west and Mr. Brendels was
given third for Cherubim, the stallion from
. Women Phon- Their gklll.
The women of Omaha had a good oppor
tunity to show their horsemanship in the
next event, which was for horse over 14.2
hHnds. suitable for a wopian to drive and
to be driven by a woman. Four magnificent
turnout faced the Judges In thl event and
tho spectators -were treated to some good
horsemanship by tho women. Mrs. Joseph
Barker was driving Lawrence Jones' King
Fashion and everything went lovely until
the driver were ordered to the center- of
the ring, when King Fashion refused fa
stand. Mrs. Barker showed she had Ji'rve
and hcndled tho horse Without help, but aa
he refused to stand, he wa given, tho gate
for manners. :
Mrs,. Thomas Milton was grlven th blue
ribbon, Mr. Kountze wo second for' W. II.
MeCord' -with "' Rajah Van(I-'3tr'1'IIoseph
Cudahy was third with. Kildaxcr a.
The loU owner, fought -it ut In the
next class for best' pair Of horso over
fifteen hands high, suitable for town work
and shown to a park trap. The horse
counted fii per cent and 't ie Velijcje, . har
ness and whip 40 per cent. But three en
tries faced the Judges . in, .thin. cla. .Mr.
Joseph Barker driving E. P. Peck' U.
elka and Henna, Ward M. Burgess show
ing his Prairie Queen and Rosel-af. W.
H. McCord had his bay pair, Lord Cecil
and Only One. Tha first was given to Mr
McCord, the second to Mr. Burgess and
the third to Mr. Peck. ' ......
Limestone Belle was missed . In the high
school class, for she ha been -at both
prcviou hows and ia a great favorite
with the Omaha lovers of the horae. Her
owners. Woodward & Burgem, wanted her
to come, but she sent word she wua so
busy tending her little colt she would have
to forego the pleasure until next y-ur.
Three other horses, however, appeared to
dance before the judges, for really dance
they must In this event. In the high school
cla the conformation, beauty and style
count 40 per cent and performance in high
chool counted 60 per cent. The horse
were put through some moat marvelous
stunts, seeming to understand Just what
was wanted of them. Louis A waa marked
considerably like I.lmestbne Belle, but wa
a livavicr built horse.
COSTlMUf WOH AT HORSE SHOW
Fnlly a Brilliant as an the Oyenlnv
The toilet of the women were fuiry ns
elaborate and handsome'latt evening a On
the opening night of the Horse, Show.
Mr. Arthur Crittenden Bmllh. who wore
such a sinking costume of red ths opening
night, apiK-nred in green, her goan ten
a princess model of radium siiK trimmed
with Irish luce and panels of hand embroid
ery. With this was worn a hat. of Irish
lace, with white uiumes
lace. . "
' Mrs. Robert C. Howe vore an empire
gown of light blue with trimming or Irish
lace.- Willi this was woiu a blue bat
trimmed with silver and plumes, and a coat
of white broadi-luih.
I Mrs. Robert Uilmore Clown of blue silk
i poplin trimmed with Cluny luce, with coat
I of white Irish crOcht-t lAce. Luiga blue
, hat with plume.
Mrs. Archie J. Ixive Wrtre a handaom.t
priiuesa gown of pink silk trimimd with
d embroidery and lace anil u u-i.ite n ...
tur hat nii tiluines; a while bruadciolh
coat and white boa.
Mr. K. Urt'uriiihk-Cnan nr hl,.ek i,ir
fon, w ith .white lace . iipii.iue aiid-blaelr
tulle bonnet. ' ' " i ' .
Mis. McCormlck wore a' beuutlf ul goWn of
pink mdluin silk, with while coat and u
while lac hat with plumes.
Mlsa Alice McCormlck was attired In blue
figured chiffon, made ln pilnckas style
LarsH pink picture list.
Mr. Klla.' tnnton Na.ih was lovely In a
costume of durk brown velvet, with brown
hat trimmed with plume and ermine boa
Mrs. Ben Cotton made a charming pic
ture in a gown of light blue chiffon, whh
white feattur be and blue rutt trimmed
with plutws. , ,
Miss l-oujse Peck waa a dainty piTtore
in a pretty gown of pink and white figured
silk, trimmed -with Valenciennes lac anc
pink accoideon pleated silk. WUu' this
she wore a lilt lux boa apd uiuff awul
biack hat alth plumes. ,
Mi-". K. H. Sprsuue, white costume with
lace Jacket ar.d while hat with plumes.
Mr. Je.nien Iov Paaton wore a hand,
some gown of giy voila trimmd with lac
and a Oivcian txirtier -of blue.- with larg
bla.-k nat trlinniBd wth pink pinnies.
Mrs. fcl. -A. lmnson owiiU of given llk.
Villi grevn hat lrliiimed with black piumes.
Mrs. tj. V. WHllles Ught lu "gown,
wiih while hat trimmed wag plumes. y It h
thit. wus worn a white boa.
Mr. V, P. Kli kendall Black gown.. -with
wlilie hut trimiiird with plutuus, . eruilua
Miss Murio Ciounse Brown cloth gown
triiMiiied with cream laco, wliue ht
tiiio.ind Willi ill..vv Kutin and white
pliiioes. . '
Mrs E. H. Peck !own of plum Colored
cloih adorn-.-d wuli cream laie, hluik hat
tiin.mea with black feather and pink
Mrs K. It. Hoi heiet1.---WlU"i ci.ltvin vel
vet ;iiwii trlmriud Willi luce. Line bat wilh
pl uses. - '
Mrs IMwurd Sm'th of Hi. .b.sei.h. Mo
.ttkr't of Mrs II W. Y.ues finuicg uli
vl ri.J Lio..acloih liii.iin.a i:i black, wii'-
black hit with white pinnies; ermine boo
ai d muff.
Mi il v.. V.I....U l.l'c e.iihrolilet ed
i-Mffon gown, whltu hit with pl itnes. I V
Mr. Robert B. II Roll IMue rloth gown I
tilKiinert wilh braM and luce, bl.ick hut )
trimmed with plumes. - I
Mrr. t . i. miner Hlnck gow n trimmed J
with blue, black hat with bluck and white
shaded pinnies,. ,
Airs. F. W. Jmliin-t;ow-n of white, with
black hot trimmed with plumes, and long
Mrs. p. H. rpilike Blue sniln gown elab
orately trlmmitl with lace; blue hsi with
tlnee ion i, plumes.
Mrs. M . J. Cnnnell Costutiv of w hite
cloih anrf lii'-e with white hat . tl Imined 1
with blun illumes. w I
Mis. Joseph Barker Blue gown with !
long blue coat, gray velvet hat trimmed
with blue plumes und faced with blue.
Mrs. Thomas MiltonSuturing gown of
lavender satin elaborately trimmed with
lace, hlnck hat with plumes and pink
AI:k- Helen Da vl Accordion pleated
gown of coral cloth with black hat nim
iiicil 111 the amo riirde.
Mi. Milton Birlow Uown of lirldescent
stlk In tho rose shades trimmed with cord
ing lace end blue velvet, Amerlcuii Beuuty
hai with gray and tone plumes.
Mrs. Charles Deuel Prim ess gown of
Alice blut rloth with white lace wnlst
trimmed in slinppings of blue, bluck hal
Willi while plumes.
Mr. Richard Carrier lavender crpe de
chene gown with hat to match.
Mrs. t'liHi'les T. Knunt7.e was gow nod
In white luce with' a Jarge black hat
trimmed. In - plumes.
Mrs. John a Wakefield wit gowned In
blown crop do chene with deep yoke of
cream lace and glirtle of vellow with a
brown velvet hat trimmed with plumes.
Mrs. . William, rears, Poppietou. wore a
beKiitlful gown , c.f bfn.-h Ince with rose.
o.-Hi u immmg'. a contrnstlng touch was I
given t- the. Urge brown- hat trimmed
TOM" l1",t1'" "'id long black gloves. !
Miss Allldred Lonisx atimcted much at- I
rention In a gown of red lansdowno trlm
med with Imnds.of re.. satin with trim
mings of Irish lace In the yoke and sleeves.
Mih this was worn a largo black hat or
namented wlthr birds of paradise.
Mrs. Howard Baidrlg was gowned In a
princess costume of blue and white chiffon
cloth, trimmed in Irish lace, with a larto
black hat Willi plume!".
Miss Clara Belle Hoc' of Kansas City,
who Is the guest of- Miss Lomax, wore a
handsome three-piece mit of blue Irrond
cloth. wild waist of blurt- chiffon and blue
hat, trimmed with bine plumes.
Miss tfenevleve Baldwin was nttlred In
green silk, with large black Gainsborough
hut rtnd ermine furs.
Mrs; John N. Baldwin 'wore u gown of
black and white checked chiffon velvet in
princes style, with '. trimmings of sens
velvet. Her hat was of light blue and
ermine furs completed hor costume.
Mi-Si Ci. A. Jislyn wore a gown of crr-olii
mousKollnc. , elaborately 1 rimmed w ith lace
embroidery, tucks and shirring. Willi this
was worn a white cont and a grey velvtt
and broadcloth hut. trlmrmd with plumes.
Mrs, W. B. Meiklc was stunning In a
princes gown of amethyst velvet, trimmed
with jsiliit lace and appliuue, wilh coat of
the same and yellow hai with, black plumes.
Miss Marlon I'onnell was In pink and
white, her gown being of white lac, trim
med wilh pink velvet ribbon, with pink
h - - trimmed with plurhr- and ' a pink
ft ' ' ,r boa and muff, with white coat.
e.i.-s Dorothy Bckhart. who arrived Tues.
day morning, to be the guest of Miss
Marlon Connell, was charming; 111 a gown
of pink broadcloth, trimmed with lace,
with blue hat adorned with pink roses.
With this she wore a cream coat and er
mine furs. .
Miss Nora Carey of Indianapolis, the
guest of Mlaa Marion Connell, was attired
In a suit of grey chiffon velvet, with walsl
of whlto lace and grxy hat, trimmed with
plume. ' . '.
Miss Margaret Bowen, who Is one of
JUss Wwrlon Connell guest!, wore a
suit of ialo blue broadcloth with white luce
waist, blue hut, trimmed with plumes, and
bine ostrich feather, boa and muff.
Irs. Arthur Remington wore a striking
gown of violet velvet, made princess style,
nnd trimmed with !hc. Her hat was of
lavender tulle nnd with this she wore a
tan evening coat.- '
Mrs John T. 5tawrt second, who wua
In Mrs, J. Ni Baldwin'' box. wore a gown
of blue and whit 'veiling, with trimmings
of lace, and gold hat with blue plumes.
Mrs. J. M. Pratt wore a gown of white
watered silk, the skort ornamented with
a . broad 'mnd of Irish lace. Tha .walst
had a postillion back and a vest of real
thread lace boidered with Irish ' lace and
Inrge blue embroidered button. A smart
touch was given by.-a large blue rose at
the left side of the bodle. holding In place
a. fail of lace.,: WitU.,t,his. was worn a lace
fiat trimmed witU a, pink roe and blue
uunjes under ihe .brim and collar oi
lhe . br
turauolse. In BeHflea' contrast was ' the
decided evening'" (mv (Sf coral broiidcloth.
trtinmed with ebtllirald and silver but
tons. ! !" - '-
Mr. J. R. J.ehmeg"Wnre a gown of Ihv
endar and whit cheeked silk trimmed with
bshy Irish lace, .with white lace hut
trimmed with plumes and a coat of raw
Mrs. W. 3. C. Kenyon' gown was a
prlneesa model-of blue rajah slik. the bodice
slashed . and -lnst with Irish embroidery,
with short puffed slepves edged with valen
oleene rufnea and a little coat of tho
same. Her, hHt was. large and of black
maline with many bobbing roses. . A block
feather boa and muff completed her cos
tume. Miss Marie ' Mohler was one of the most
attractive women on the promenade In
an all blark princess costume of chiffon
built over white chiffon. A deep flounce
wns Inset w th medallions of thread lace
and edgud with lhe lace. The bodice was
elaborately embroidered with silver and
Jet Tiaillettes and the costume completed by
a black maline hat w-lth trimming of white
osprey. ... -
Mrs. Margehs,. Mis Mohler' guest, was
equally notlcahle In magnificent costume
of black t'lnney luce with out Jet trimmings
and a large blsrk hut.
Mies Julia Higglnson was attired In a
princess gown of champagne broadcloth
trlmnieil with lace spplioue roses, chiffon
ana velvet, wnn nowcr nat in snaoes oi
green and cerise. With this she wore ermine
Mls Melindfi Eldrlge of New York, who
Is visiting Miss HiKKioson. waa atrlklna In
a gown of white watered silk trimmed with i
fell. I. .1 .t.lWnn ..I.U wk.li. V. Jt I
..-,. mi v aim . iiiiiim, witu m-iii. I
cloth coat and white silk hat. trimmed with
plumes and pink and hiue roses. Krmlne
7lssW,Xr or'e11.' ZTA black
spangled robe trimmed with white lace In
tha yoke and sleeves, and a large black
hat with white plumes and rem Ine fur.
princess gown of pink and white pompa-
uo-jr nil, irimmea wun oaoy irisn lacs,
A Whltik I f-J. hat l.linmiul will. I . . .
white brn7(i..i,.,h i.h ,r "."i
ermine and ermine stuie and muff completed
. .... '
nat -manned HI 1 lie Af lern-artls.
. . ..
wife puts up a lit le Job on bun; when ho
find out later tha It waa all on account
of her love for him. . Mighty few men
Sometimes a fellow gels so set In his
habits that some sort of a ruse must be
employed to get htm to change, and if
the habit, like excessive coffee drinking.
harmful, the end justifies, the means
If not too severe. An Ills, woman say:
"My husband used coffee for lb years,
and almost every day.
"He , bja a sour aHumach (dyspepsia)
and a terrible pain acrosa' bis kidney a
good deal of th timet Thl. would often
be so severe he could not straighten up.
Ml complexion was a yellowish-brown
color; tha. doctor said he hao .- liver
"An- awf il.liadaclie would follow If h
did nut have hi coffee at every meal, be
cause be misted the drug.
"I trtt.l ti) xt-x him to Quit i ofTee, but
lie thouaht lie could not do without It.
Our Uttlo girl S years old sat by him at
table and used to ria.h over and drink
Co rite from papa' cup. 8h got Ilk her
fathr her kidney began to troubl her.
"Un account of the baby, I coaxed my
husband ta gel a njukaga ot fust urn.
After the first tl.Tiu lie drank II be had a
headache and wanted his coffee. We had
some coffee in the house, but I hlf. It and
made Postum a strong aa I could and he
thought Tie wa having his coffee and had
na headj-. lies.
"In one wtf-U afier using postum his
color begun to improve, hi stomach got
righl. and thf, little girl' kidney trouble
wa soon 411 guiic. My husband work
hurdi eat limrt) i;d ha no stumach or
kidney trouble any more. After, h had
und postum a month, without knowing
4lK I brought out the Coffee. He told me
16 throw it wy." Name given by Pom
Urn Co.. Battle Creek. MKh. Bead- tho
little book. "Th Road to Wsllvlll," ia
) kgs. "There a icaaou.'
tr ere .- jr
Visitors To The Morse Sliow
are cordially invited to visit our new up-to-date department store.
The plumbers the carpenters the painters and machine men are
still on the premises but the main and second floor are teeming
with new goods that owing to the late completion of ouf building
we are compelled to sell at a sacrifice.
t'orstt Sulo Odd lots of Vr'. & Ft.. R. O.. Kabo and
Thompson's, all new models. Prices $1.50 Q5lp
to $3.&0 all ou "Wednesday, only . .
Silk Knrxln Special Japnnese- Silk, In Urse as
sortment of fancy designs, fur kimonos aft
and sacks Wednesday f - -
Ladle' Tailored Suit Horse Shew we.ck sale c( fifty
Buits. marked $20.00. $22.50 and "S l Cft
$25.00. for IU.U
(.lilltlrrn'a Iteart-kln Htils In the children's deiiart
ment colors, white, red. navy, gray and Crt
light blue, prices, $1.25, $1.00, 75c and ...JUl
Blanket lUifitalns Full ten-quarter heavy blanket
our 85e quality in tan, .ray and white, AO
Pull li-ft Blankets Heavy double fleece, white, rray
and tan worth $1.25
Ladles' Coats Full lengths, black, our price $7.50;
horse show week,
Great Umbrella fale Save your
clothos; 200 umbrellas In fancy
' handles, fine silk and linen cloth;
prices $1.25; Wednesday
Another Vmbrclln Bale Fast black cotton umbrellas,
steel frame, sizes for, ladies and children, Aft
Kale of Comfort Challles Extra heavy challies, 32
inches wide, handsome Oriental and Persian -lA
designs; gale Wednesday only 1UC
5,000. Yards of Flannelettes In short lengths Vt to
8 yds., regular 10c quality; ' A-Lf
while they last. t2C
Linen Toweling For glasses and china, red C
and blue checks; Wednesday only.
mmtm.f.iS!.'JItn;"!f y.BJJ.HLlMM BPS
INTERSTATE IIEAF1NG TODAY
(Continued from First Page.)
at New Orleans through the Illinois Cen
tral elevator In that city. They placed an
embargo of &l cents a bushel on our
shipment for running the wheat."
Mr. Beall had, he said, protested vigor
ously to the officials of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad, both at New Orleans and
t Chicago and the charges were consider
Continuing. Mr. Beall said that ' their
grain on this parriculnr shipment wss all
short In weight In the elevator' from
to J.0C4) pounds to the car. ' ' '
Mr. Beall declared that he did not con
sider It snfe for his company fo put Its
grain through any elevator operated by
persons Interested in the Kansas City
Tloafd of Trade. -
Mr. Beall snld that he had been a merrt
ber of the Kansas. City Board of Trade
up to a year ago. -
"Was fhere at. that time." asked John
IT. Marble, attorney for the tiresstate
Commerce commission, "any combination
In existence to agree upon the price to be
paid by the members of the Kansas City
Board of Trade for wheat?"
"Tea," replied Mr. Beall. "Such a com
bination existed In lWM."
Combination Knrme4 Two Yenr Awn.
Mr. Beall said that the elevator com
panies in Kansa City were in this com
bination and he named half a dozen leart-
ing local grain firms and Individual grain
mn wh0 wt,ri. member of it. Among
i , , , . . ... .
,hpm- h ,aia- w' the Southwestern grain
r elevator, ownea ny Armour.
Attorney Marble handed Mr. . Beall a
price card Issued to member of the al
leged combine November IS, 19P4, and wit
ness recognised It aa being similar to on
he had received. r'
Mr. Bll aald that the combine was
formed In the office of one of the promt
rent members of the Kansas City Hoard I
of Trade In April. 1904. Tie wa a party
to it on day only and then withdrew
because he did not Ilk the agreement.
Prloea Fixed Dally.
All the principal elevator men in the
city, Mr. Beall said, were members of
i ,he 7mbln' fl"d every
rooming. Orain generally waa bought at
. the price which wa fixed arbitrarily. It
.was iietormlnwl n the hBi r ih ciii.
0P"n and a margin .ufflclent to In
sure a profit to member of the com
wa agreed to.
ir wa " knew of any
Kar!,a" c"v frnln men ever having been
notinen Dy ine grain aeaiers assoclutlons
jr Oklahoma, Kansas. Iowa or Nebraska
, not buy grain or irregular .h.ppera. so
Mr. Beall aid that such nnllfli-ntlona '
. . . , ; ,
I had been recelverd up to within two or
I three years ago. The Karsx Orain Peal- i
era' stsoclatlon. It wa. generally und-r
-t tht h ,(f fc
.ny on bliyl: BUch rro.crlrM.n erall,
KflnBna. rltv ,rilill mnhpP. ,.
. aald, had followed the wishes of the Kan
:i grain dealcra In this matter, not taking
j grain from the Irregular dealers or from
Board ou Blaekllal.
Wltuee ald he hud heard that severitl l
road had refuaed to set car for the regu-
lurs. but he knew of no actual ciist of
thl kind. 1
Mr. Beall explained that the National
Board of Trade had headquarter in Kan
sas City. It hd twenty-five active mem
ber here and about 4u0 In oOier cltie. It
had no exchange outside of Kansas City.
In reply to a direct question. Mr. Beall
declared that th member of the National
Board of Trude were blacklisted by the j to give twenty-five of the leading society
Chicago, Minneapoli and Kanaa City j die of the tri-cltie a three-carat re
board of trade and that the Kiui.a City . conriH-ii turquoise Navy Beau, which
Board of Trade Interfered with all ship- ' x..ioli , Ht Mr y,,,,,!, is
mem of grain belonging to the National '
that passed through Kansas City. The I
weight department of th Kansa Cliy
board, he sold. . Insisted upon weighing
all th National' grain, claiming tha right
to weigh all grain coming into Kansa
Mr. Beall, In reply to a question from
Commissioner Lane, named ten membei
of th Kansas Ctty Board of Trad whom
ha asserted bad refused tu buy grain from
hi company, giving aa an excuse that
they feared expulsion from (heir board. -
C. M. Boynton, elevator agent for the
Sunt. F system, testified that In &-p.
lumber the Bant Fe Issued a circular
Offering free elevator service. Thla cir
cular, ho said, wa withdrawn October 10 !
or !. He said this offer waa made to
wcure greater tonnage, and wa neeesjary,
a other roads were adopting the same
"What Is the difference between such a
provMdlu and giving a rrbal?" Com-nuasloin-r
It wrv t-ia.iVi ji,l.rM' V .ij. ''vr..1 r ,. -X.rTJ . K M-H . V e i t. C
White Hotted Curtain Scrims
fine quality; Wednesday
and cream white,
$1.25 quality for
money, save your
nnd natural wood
Lot J -plain colored taffeta silk ribbon, 3
inches wide; regular 15c and 20c
.. quality at. .1
Lot Fancy Pompadoe silk ribbon. 3 inches
wide; 25c quality
Begins this Week
210 Soatb IStk.
Wednesday, 4:15 P. M.
Saturdajr, 2:80 P. M.
Ratnrday, S:80 P. M.
' TERMS Season .
Bcglnnerf, $15; Advace,$It-
, October 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27
Evenings at 8 Saturday Matinee at 2
;- POPULAR PRICES
.- - ' . . . , i ,
AVith Promenade Privilege.
. ' The World's Best Harness Horses.
' . Kentucky's Best Saddle Horses.
1510 Iloward St.
The Only PODtllar-Prlced
Restaurant In the City
1610 CAPZTOXi AYS.
QUICK BEBT1CB. - BliT OOOKZaTO.
Oi V A Call.
MAKES 170 MA II HAPPY
Diamond Dick's KspMalve
No. matter how good an ankle may
be or what you have to ecll, it must be
made known to the plibllc. . William A.
6choll Co.. importer" oX New York, who
guve the sulo of their gems to N.' 1'.
Praudsen, the jeweler of 101)' South Six
teenth street, hua given him the privilege
at a loss to know who those ladle would
be, ) he ha placed l.OjO envelops in a
box and twenty of these contain a num
ber which calls for the gem. The chances
to draw are free, with the understanding
that the lucky lady I to hav il mounted
by him. The drawing commence Wednes
don't know that there 1 any dif-
fv?wce." replied Boynton.
Commissioner I.sne suld . the .matter
hauld be rlerred to tli I'nilyd Slate dls?
trk t atiorney. '
MeClellaa Comaulsslaa Meets. 1
WABIIIN'OTOSf.. Oct 3 'itie McCk-llan
Situe rommlsnlon. comiOed of rtecretary
Tff. 8crctary Wctniore and Oenerul H.
C King, have fix.-d tin; li-oe for ih ur
Vt'ltnai o iae ats.tue (ri V&y'.imj.tin in May
next. The cxaU daA uut Jet !m n Ar-
-34 inches wide, vry
Glove Sale for Wednesday
liAdie a lie Children's cold weather golf and cashmere
gloves In all the newest mixtures, silk and flcco
Ladle' Knit I iiderwear The famous Mlrode make,
steam shrunk, ladies' vests and tights, natural grey
nearly all wool;
Ladies' New Wrist Length Kid tilovev Finest glace
finish, new shades and stable colors, A
pair I.J V
Indies' Silk Lined Mneo Ci loves Wrist lengths one
clasp, best of colors; t C
Wednesday ! J
At. active Ribbon Sale
Thousands of Pieces in Two Lots
Our house furnishing department in the base
ment will be opened In a few days. Every house
keeper In Oradha should keep this event In wind.
Classes for Adults
13th and Harney
Lessons every Tuesday
and Friday, 8 P. f.
' TERMS, 12 Lessons,
Uks. I; Gtatlc $
The best dancers attend
Admission, St cent.
Private Lesson Ball
Room or Stags. Hour
to Suit pupil.
DOYD'S wVur.V.Vn Mgn.
THURSDAY AND REST OF WEEK
The Distinguished Musical Cemedj
Coming Thro The Rye
THE GREAT ORIGINAL CO. OF. 80
Pjella Mayhcw Frank Lalor
81'NDA Y, MONDAY. TPKSDAT
Th Reigning Musical .8ucces
BSslitv Chorus of Ml.
TONIGHT AND ALL WEEK-
M ATI NEK TOMORROW.
WOOIIUAKil ITIHK tttMPANT
In W llllsns Collier Farce.
va. SMOOTH.. . ',''
Same Price -..10c-at
Next week: "Alice of Old VliK
cennea." Mulidsy night. Oct. ii, lull it
performance Bouvenlr Photo of Mis
'Phon Doug. 4M.
Every Night Matinee Tbur., 8t., Sua.
MI.LE. THERF812 RENZ, MAY HOI.KT.
AM) "THK POLLY OIRLH," EDITH
HELENA. FiBKE sV McDOSOi aH. Hl-D-NINI
AND Hid lCi, FEKKY, KATS.K
UlluS and the K1NODROME.
PP.ICES-luc. Ix, fcK.
MATIXKS TO 9 AT, SSo. TOUiaKT,
the plu tiiaijias indo miiuoiK
McFadden's Flats .
ki.m i aatiiisu. . . t
Curat CoJ4 taOoa&ay, CitfUi 2 Vy
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