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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1906)
ON SALE TOMORROW
TOE OMAIIA DAILY BKEs SATTTRPAT. OOTOTtF.Tt I7. Ifldfl.
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The best Suit and Overcoat values of the season are to be offered
here Saturday. The best effort of our buying organization has been
directed towards producing for Saturday .garments which in the
usual way bring $15.00 and $20.00. Every Suit and Overcoat offered
at these two prices Is fashionably correct and the variety of selection
is most satisfying. These Suits and Overcoats reach the ideal of
fashion and are perfectly made up good workmanship good finish
good linings good trimmings. In the suits are seen the grey mix
tures that are this season's fad and the dark col
ors that never go out of style. In the Overcoats
are all the richest gray shades, oxfords, mixtures
and black. Undoubtedly the very best values
offered this season at $10.00 and $15.00.
Nobby Clothes for Boys
A Wry Special OffcrinR fT "Jv fT P
Tomorrow T3.50 and 91 N J? "
Boys' SuJU Saturday asset XJn-r
Qnallty.and price are our strongest attractions but Saturday
we have something very attractive to offer exacting parents,
and fuU-blooded, romping boys. The boys' clothing season Is
Just about halt over and naturally doing the largest boys'
clothes business la Omaha has left us with odds and ends of
fine suits to make short work of those broken lots, we have
cut the prices on several hundred new, stylish, this y f C
season's suits, from 4.00 and $3.50 to ,)D
$5 Boys Suits at $3.95
Made of high grade all wool cheviots, casslmeres, worsteds and
blue serge the colors are all the newest fashion's production
seams taped, reinforced and double stitched guar- I HP
anteed not to rip sizes 6 to 1 6 years special J J O
An Immense selection Saturday of boys' fine Overcoats that are
worth $5.00, at the exceptionally low price of $3.95. Made o(
strictly all wool materials in fancy and plain colors made to
fit boys 4 to 16 years of age nice, new, long styles to protect
them from the cold this Is a big value and Should
require prompt action Saturday
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It's a pleasure to tell of such hand
some cravats for men. Plain weaves
rich, fancy silks and foreign novel
ties. Don't ask to see them all;
you'll buy too many. Made to our
order with unusual care, and by far
the best ties this or any other
store has ever shown for. . . .
New Shirts for Men
Like something different yet in the
height of good taste and fashion?
Then see the shirts we display Sat
urday. Stiff bosoms regular or
coat Btjies attached or separate
cuffs. Newest foreign and domestic
' novelties, in blue, brown, gray, helio
trope, neat black and white or Euro
pean oddities. - Tailored like to order
shirts and fit perfectly. Remark
able values at
LOO and 1.50
Men's Cotton-Ribbed Form-Fitting
Fall Weight Underwear, finished in
the best possible manner yf f
per garment TJC
Men's Wool and Merino Underwear
In flats and ribs, natural and camel's
hair, In pink, blue, nutria and tan
shades come in . medium or super
weights excep- "7 J" f ff
tlonal values at I JC-l.UU
Men's Jersey Ribbed Form-fitting
Wool Underwear made of the finest
domestic yarns in the various wanted
shades elegantly tailored and
strictly first quality IIS
II.no Men's One quality Ribbed Merino
i;omo. Miit in natural gray
and ecru -a
garment, at. .
Sl.fiO Men's heavy Derby Ribbed Egyp
tian Balbrlggan Combination Suits
perfect fitting strictly nonnhrlnkablo
ana an excellent garment for those who
do not care to wear, wool
regular $2.00 value at,
$2.00 Men's medium weight Ribbed
Merino Combination Suits fine wool,
Vi genuine Egyptian cotton g g
a practical weight for early A. II II.
winter wear $2.60 aud l
Men' -Glove in the bent domestic or
Imported make new fall shadings for
street and drees wear
Boys' Sweaters in all weight and col
or made with V neck, coat or high
roll collar Bjlso a large stock of pure
Worsted Jersey, with I AA " f
cuffn."d.t?!!!!!."f I.U U-I.5 U
Saturday a special purchase of Women's Coats go on
sale. They are positively the biggest coat values that have
been offered this season. It's when you see these garments,
with their charming style and smartness when you feel the
rich quality of the materials, that you can best appreciate
their true worth. The diversified showing of styles and pat
tern's in all the leading shades, makes possible the gratifica
tion of every taste. There's a complete range of prices, so
that the allowance of every purse may be accommodated.
Read the prices printed below, but don't attempt to judge
the sale by them they are high class goods at strictly
7.90 10.00 14.75
16.75 18.75 22.50
12.00 15.00 21.00 24.00 25.00 35.00
$20 Tailor- CT
Made Suits -
pverybody's talking about our $15.(K) Suits. The rea
sons are not hard to find. All the pood points of other store's
$25.00 Suits are embodied in these at $15.00. Some new
models in fine medium weight broadcloths ready Saturday.
Brown, green, navy, black nobbiest pony jackets, finished
with heavy hercules braid. Also swagger, ISO-inch mannish
tight front and button-through coat suits in fine worsteds,
mixtures, cheviots, invisible checks and plaids.
Made Suits -
The graceful lines and delightful curves -which indi
vidualize, these suits will look all the more charming when
you slip on the garments. One of the handsomest models is
a military suit made of rich chiffon broadcloth, the jacket
having a velvet collar and scroll braid beautifying the front
trimmed with braid to the back. Pleated skirt to match.
Other handsome styles in blouse and 38-inch tight-fitting
suits 'with or full length sleeves trimmed with heavy
hercules and sontache braids in various devices. Truly
superb suits that will find quick buyers at $25.00.
COAL TRUST FAILS AC11N
Unable to CoiTincs Ceurt of Virtu of It
- 1 Teohtiod flee.
JUDGE TROUP DISMISSES MOTliNS
Rnlu that While Complaint Might
Be Improved Initial fur
Karnes is Hot Fatal
Judge Troup Friday morning overruled
both of the dllutory motions tiled by the
coal dealers iu the coat trust Injunction
case, and Monday the attorneys will ap
pear In court and the final answer day will
then be llxed and the. case probably sot for
trial. The motion made by the coal trust
were to quash the service on Curtain de
.Vndants because their Initial and not
their first name had t-n used In tli peti
tion, and to compel .the county attorney
to make hla petition more definite.
Judgo Troup, in overruling the first mo
tion, did o with the condition that County
Attorney Shilwugh amend his petition
within twenty-four hour by inserting the
full name of the defendants. In one or
two case vahere personal service had not
been had a new summon will be Issued.
In overruling the motion to make more
definite, J u dure Troup said, while he thought
the petition might be Improved somewhat.
It wits still definite enough In Its charges
to apprise the defendants all they need
know to answer.
Thirteen of the coal dealer Indiated by
the grand jury have so far failed to ahow
up voluntarily to enter bonds and a
capias for the arrest of each of the de
linquent has been Issued aud they will
be brought Into court as soon as the
sheriff can find them. Borne of them are
out of the city and these will be served
soon as they return. Those who have
not appeared yet are Samuel S. Caldwell,
reported to be sick; Isaac Levi, Kdward K.
Howell, Taylor J. Wells. A. A. Tardon.
who Is out of town; O. W. Megeath. W. T.
Shackelford. II. H. Dickey, 3. 3. Tomson,
Arthur "W. Partrige, out of town; George
F. Howell and Joseph Kozell.
O Mirers of Orenmerles.
Secretaries of several of the creamerle
were called before the grand Jury Friday
to testify In the alleged Creamery trust
inquiry. Tbe charge hjis been made be
fore the grand Jury by both the small milk
dealer and certain grocers that the cream
eries are In a hard and tant organization
to control the price of milk, butter and
creamery supplies and to freeze out small
dealers. Thene charge have been probed
to aoma extent and to get further light
the grand jury has decided to call in the
secretaries with their book. Insurance'
men are also being examined in the alleged
Insurance trust Inquiry.
It is repo-ted that the grand Jury will
make Its fln.il report and adjourn for good
some time Saturday unless some new evi
dence turn up requiring further investigation.
Soma lather Indefinite charges that the
exprem men are organlxed into a trust
have been made before the grand Jury and,
will probably lead to an investigation.
trary notwithstanding. A rumor that
wa arose from the fact that Hormn
Cohn tried to Induce the exchange to cor.
Flder hi building. i
MPR1: "POOPS TO DOWN UTES
HOME FOR COMMERCIAL CLUB
Several Propositions Mnbralttrd for
Ittn Headquarter, bat No
Several propositions have been submitted
to the Commercial club for its removal
from the present quartern to more com
modious one. Fred D. Wead has offered
the entire building he propose to ereot at
Eighteenth and Farnam. Bid will be
taken on this and the contract let next
week, and It 1 expected to have the struc
ture completed early In January. The top
floor of the Brandels building 1 offered,
a part of the Ramge building and a part
of Herman Cohn. proposed four-story
structure on North Sixteenth street.
There Is also talk that the owners of
the lot Immediately west of the Board of
Trade building may be induced to erect a
building of five stories, so that the club
could keep Its present home and In addi
tion have a top floor of the adjoining
The Grain exchange Is not in the market
for a new location, reports to the con-
Good Conarh Medicine for Children. I
The season for coughs and colds Is now
at hand and loo much care cannot be
used to protect the children. A. child 1
much more likely to contract diphtheria or
oarlet fever when he has a cold. The
quicker you cure his cold the less the risk.
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy is the sole
reliance of many mothers, and few of
them who have tried It are willing to use
any other. Mrs. F. F. Starcher of Ripley,
W. Va., snys: "I have never used anything
other than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for my children nd it ha always given
good satisfaction." This remedy contains
no opium or other narcotic and may be
given as confidently to a child as to an
'.Irittlonal to Sixth Cavalry
viit from the Department
of the Missouri.
No additional troop other than the
Sixth cavalry have been ent recently
from the pepartmcnt of the Missouri Jo
undertake to drive the Ute Indiana bark
onto their reservation.
A telegram was received from Major
Grlerson, commanding the battalion of
the Tenth cavalry, now at Gillette, stat
ing that the situation remains practically
unchanged. Word was received from Col
onel Rodgers of the Sixth cavalry, now
en route to the scene of disturbance, tho
command having just started on its
overland march from the railroad of 12S
miles to where the Indians are encamped.
The Utes are still determined not ' to
we had a full quota of passengers and
forty on the waiting list who could not
get on the boat, when the call was made
for breakfast on the morning of the storm,
but six appeared. I stood beside the cap
tain when he ordered the oil barrels ready
to spread on the troubled waters, but he
did not uso them."
Mr. Spens leaves Saturday for Washington.
SANBORN MOVE IS DROPPED
Friends of St. Taul Jurist Are Told
Moody Will Get Justice
Low Rates to Virginia Points
CHICAGO. MILWAl'KEE & ST. TAUt,
On November Sth and 20th. one fare plus
$2.00 for round trip to Norfolk. Richmond,
Lynchburg and many other points In Vir
ginia, return limit thirty days. For folder
and Information call at City Ticket Office,
1534 Farnam 8t., or write to
F. A. NASH, General Western Agent,
Winter Visitors' Week End Excur
sions. On Saturdays and Sundsys during ths
winter the Chicago Great Western railway
will sell tickets to points In Iowa at half
tariff rates. The rates also ajrply In oppo
site direction, enabling your friends to re
turn your visit." Ask J. A. Ellis, General
Agent, 151J Farnam St., for Information.
John C. Wharton and Georae H. Thum
mel, clerk of the United States circuit
court In Omaha, have received word from
Washington that further work In the In
terest of any candidate for the vacancy on
return, but this Is owing to the probable th, united States supreme court bench
contempt the Indians presume to have for WOuld be useless, as it has been definitely
the meager force of the Tenth cavalry decided Justice Brown place will be tilled
now confronting them. They have Indi- by Attorney General Moody. Mr. Wharton
cated to Major Grlerson that they Intend and Mr. Thummel and others had got up
going on to the Crow agency and have a petition In behalf of the appointment of
sent messenger ahead to (elect camping judge Sanborn of St. Paul to the place
ground and to notify the settlers and and had contemplated sending a committee
ranchmen that they mean to do no harm, 0r one or two to Washlnston to Interview
but merely want to lease camping tne president for this purpose. These plans
grounds. The body of Indians comprises . nBve an dropped now that definite
about S00. J Word has come of the president's decision
An Interesting fact connected with this , to name Moody for the place.
raid or the i tes Is jthat they are a part
PERMIT ORMOTOR SHOPS
Warrant Issued by City to Inlon
Pacific for New Plant
Friday morning the Union pacific Rail
road company was granted a permit, by
Building Inspector Wlthnell for the erec
tion of the new motor car shops. The
specified cost was 1160,000; the materiel,
brick and steel, and the contractor, 11. J.
A permit was issued for $1,000 improve
ments on the North Side Christian church
at Twenty-second and Locust streets.
NEWS FOR THE ARMY.
Contact Surgeon Joseph Plnquard,
United States army, hss been transferred
from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Robinson
for temporary duty.
Major General A. W. Greely. command
ing tho Northern Military division and
Department of the Missouri, left Thurs
day evening for Ft. Louis.
Civil Service Clerk R. M. Colby has
been transferred from headquarters Ue
partment of the Missouri to headquarters
Department of the Lakes at Chituo.
The following enlisted men Ivavo been
transferred to the hospital corps. United
States army, from their respective com
mands: Privates E. B. M-ihoney. com
pany I. Eleventh infantry Iv Schwaeble,
Nineteenth battery field artillery; J. .1.
Lindsay, company B, Fourth Infantry; H.
Williams, troop A, and H. W. 1'ioldn,
tnop L. Tenth cavalry.
Honorable discharges from the regular
army have been granted the following
enlisted men: Sergeant John Enderlin,
company G; I'rivate J. A. Mary, company
O; John S. Nelson, company K, ElRlueeui h
Infantry; Corporal Axel Koefed, troop A,
Eleventh cavalry; Calio May. Twenty-second
battery; Clarence A. Ktevens, Nine,
teenth battery Held artillery; Cirporal B.
Flannagan, band. Sixth cavalry; It. L.
Spleer, Charles B. Prater, company 1, and
Musician W. Turner, company M, bat
talion of engineers.
Elks' Staic Social.
Thursday. Nov. 8, IPOS, 8:15 p. m. Ama
teurs desiring to appear on this program
and compete for prlxes will please notify
Frank A. Furay, secretary, before Nov. 1.
For further particulars 'phone1. Douglas)
13G3, or call at club rooms.
DIAMONDS Edhoim. 16th and Harny.
The following marriage license has been
Name and Residence. Age.
William M. Carpenter, Omaha. 3
Loula M Tubbs, Omaha 24
of and descendants of the Uintah reserva
tion Uncompughre and Ute tribes that mas
sacred Indian Agent Meeker and his family
Mangum ft Co.. LETTB':t SPECIALIST!
Albert Mraus In Omaha.
Albert 8traus of New York, one of th
directors of the Omaha. & Council Bluffs
Street Railway company, was In the city
for a short time Friday. He had been to
Portland and, returning hume, stopped In
Onuilia for a few hours. He said lila visit
at this time had no significance a regards
street railway matters, but was more In
the nature of a call as he was passing
Announcements of the Theaters.
This afternoon and evening at the Boyd
theater "Coming Thro' the Rye" will be
at the White River agency in the fall of ; repeated, closing the engagement of this i
r , O I J Of the Celebrated
ucniun5ir&uui oaiuruay and wonderful
Saturday from 3 p. in. to 9 p. m. we will demonstrate In front of
our utore this celebratt'd Heater. A competent man will be In chnrge,
and will explain to all Interested the many good qualities of this won
derful Heater. Hoe it in action.
The Land ol
Tlie Modern Soda Craeker-
Bounded on the North by the Purity of the
Snows; on the South by the Nutritious Wealth
of the Tropics; on the Hast by the Health
fulness of Scientific Baking; on the West by
the Energizing Power of the Mountains.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
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1ST9. It will be remembered by old Omaha
residents that Major Thomas T. Thorn
burg of the Fourth Infantry was killed on
that expedition September 29, 1879, and his
body waa brought to Omaha for burial
and now reposes In Prospect Hill cemetery.
A memorial window was also placed la
Trinity cathedral In his honor.
Major Thornburg had been stationed for
some years previously at Fort Omaha In
command of a battalion of the Fourth
United States infantry.
The leader of the marauding Utes Is
Chief Appab and he has the reputation of
being a fighter a well a a descendant of
Chief Colorow, who led the assault against
M.ijor Thornburg' command In 1ST.
LAROSE AND WARREN FREE
Two Men inspected ( Stealing; Ani
mal Show Arc Given
After spending nearly all Wednesday
night at the city jail on the charge of th
larceny of several cages of wild animals
from a freight car In the Union Pacific
railroad yards, C. J. LaRoee and Ed War
ren were able to secure ball late Thursday
afternoon, and in police court Frldav
morning the charges were dismissed, aa It
appeared they were employed by the con
signee of the animals to remove them
after permission had been given by the
railroad officials. Their arrest was d'i
to the fact that the watchman at the
yards had not been notified of the imr
mission given by hi superior officers.
SPENS IN SOUTHERN STORM
Baurllugtoa Ofllelal Tells of the Severe
Elements la Old
C. E. Spens. general freight agent of
the Burlington, returned Friday from a
trip through the east and south. Mr.
Kpena rturns better In health and com
plexion from his short rest, although he
bad a strenuous time, as for sixty hours
he was in the recent storm which raged
In the southern states. He was enroul
from New Toik to New Orleans by boat
when the klorm struck mith sll its fury.
"Glancing over the water cue could
easily Imagine he saw the Sierra Nevada
mountains In the distance, so high did the
waves roll." lili ilr, gij3 "AiUioush
very enjoyable song-play. It is to laugh
from first to laet, while the music is
most agreeable. Stella Mayhew, Alma
Youlln, Frank Lalor and others are more
than worth the monex.
On Sunduy evening "The Umpire," with
Fred Mace offering himself as the living
sacrifice, will begin its engagement at the
Boyd on Sunday evening. It la full of
bright things, wtth snap and go, and pre
sents the distinctive novelty of the season,
the foot ball ballet, in this the frisky
girl line up for a genuine scrimmage.
The struggle Is a fierce one and never
fall to start the sporting blood In the
"Mr. Smooth" will be played twice at
the Burwood today, ending Its run. On
Sunday afternoon the first performance
of the new bill. "Alice of Old Vlncenne,"
will be given. On Monday evening the
100th performance of the season will be ob
served by presentation of souvenir photo
graph of Mis Lorna Elliott.
A matinee thl afternoon and the per
formance this evening, when the curtain
will ring up at 8:15 sharp, brings the bill for
the present week at the Orpheum to a
close. Next week, beginning matinee Sun
day, a decided high class program Is prom
ised. Rose Coghlan will appear In a
sketch entitled "The Ac of Trump."'
which is said to be a worthy vehicle for
tbe talents of the famous star. Another
eminent artist whose presence will help
to maka a "red letter" week, especially
from the social and artistic standpoint. Is
Miss Mary Norman, the famous carica
turist of Boston, ' York and other so
ciety girls. Six other very good feature
are promised with these two big notables.
Births and Deaths.
The following births and deaths wart
reported to tbe Board of Health during
the twenty-four hour ending Friday
Births K. Hellsberg, 4004 Hamilton,
bov; Hubert Knox, lo54 tieorgia avenue,
girl; II J. Hniith. So2 Parker, boy; lid
ward M. Warner, Si 10 South KixU-mil,
girl; Milton t). Bowers. 1320 Myrtiu, boy;
Nels ClirlstiaiiBOn. J Miami, gill; It. J.
Craven, iioa North Thirty-third. b-y; V.
L. Feaklns. Twenty-fourth and Piatt,
twin girls; Thomas Kiim-Kan. S: Ani-s,
girl; Joseph Janieek, 1114 William, Ktrl.
lealls Anna V. Crosby. 10J Stanford
circle, 61; I x.ra I'ownn, 1415 Cillfurnta,
o; Agnes ltfeso, 1110 South Eleventh,
32; 1J. A. C. Jolmsott, uttb Iwiutiy
aith avsnu. sL
Th Oas Consum
Howard Hot Blast
hard coal, soft
coal, wood, coke
or rubbish. It
burns all equally
well, and never
goes out, retalus
its tire longer than
any other hot
blast heater ever
designed. It burns
the fuel up to the
only makes the
finest ashes re
main no clinkers
or half burned
fuel to be wasted.
Makes heat out of
most stoves aend
up through the
chimney or down
Into tiie ash pan.
It Is a perfect
no smoke in the
house, no airt, no
soot in the chim
ney. It is abso
lutely clean and
the most econom
ical heater on
earth gives more
heat with less fuel
than any othor
heater evr de
Holds Fire for
New Overdraft Principle
(Kee 111 uhI rat ion)
Every stove thoroughly
guaranteed for 5 years, both
by us and the makers.
ard Xot Blast
For hard coal,
soft coal, slack
coal, coal slftlngs,
coke or wood.
This heater is
the marvel of the
age. It Is consid
ered superior to a
hard coal base
burner In many
ways. It Is a per
heater. It Is an
It la of new scien
It Is a particularly
fine heater for
slack and soft
coal. It burns air
at just the riKlit
placo, forms gas,
and this gas Is
greatly in the
amount of fuel
needed; elegant in
but very little at
tention, fitted wii fi
n a g a 1 n e a for
hard ceal if de
sired. bee thii
This heater will bum less of hard coal
than any other hard coal stove with fire
pot of same size ever made and will heat
twice as much space with the coal con
sumed. No clinkers or half-burned coal
in the ash pun of the Howard; ashes are
flue as powder; it burns all the fuel and
gases. Is tbe most perfect floor beater
made because it deflect the heat to the
floor within a radius of three or four
feet from tbe stove. Sue this beater in
operation tomorrow. You'll sure want
one when ou see its many features.
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