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HIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, XOVEMHEU 17, 1!WT.
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Be Nov. 1, . ISO .
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Bnaiuesi Etpandi UncUr ftimtlttiir
Iounetcs of Cldr Weathtr.
MERCANTILE COLLECTIONS ARE IMPROVED
nistrlhntlon la lll Retarded by
Tmme Morkades -Was' of Hall
road and Factory Men
hp Great Specie! Sale Colored : Dress Goods Remniants
Saturday Morning. 8 A. M.
PRICES nre but one of the adrnntagres .Tve'give you iii this groat sale.' We give you quality as well. Those are the hort
lengths and broken linos Jei't from our groat and fwvessful anniversary sale. Waist lengths, longtlrs for vhildron's drcsos and
many full drens patterns. Pretty plaid novelties, serges, waistings, cream goods, cte. You will see more useful lengths and pretty
style at a greater saving in price than any previous sale. Just take a few minutes and read each item below carefully. Note the
reductions. Then come early Saturday morning.
in the City
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1517 Farnam Gt.
Brown 8ilic find Wool Crrpe J Chine
Just what was left nroirt the great annlver
sary sale, '.soft and clinging, regular 11.00
quality, 7 yards In remnant, for $2.43.
Brown Sllk-Flnlohed Brondcloth regular
11.60 quality, extra fine quality, 4H yard!
In remnnnt, for I2.M
Nnvy, AH-Wonl AlbatrofS fabric that
la popular every dsy In the year, 74 yards
In remnant, for $1.29.
Navy All-Wool Storm Serge Just thi
wiry, hard. lwlstfJ fabric you will want to
shed -the dust and give the best of wear,
7 yards In remnant, for 11.98.
Novelty Checked Pa'.lste Just that beau
tiful fabric that nearly everybody Is look
ing for. Just a suggestion of dainty check
with a top check of dark linen, very stylish,
rt.giilnr tl.30 quality, 66 Inches wide, 6'
yarda in remnant, for $2 9?.
Rrown Storm Serge good weight, all
wool, 8 yards for $1.58.
Red Crepe de Paris part silk, the same
a a displayed In window, regular $1.00 qual
ity. 8S yards In remnant, for $2.99.
Shadow Check -Oxford Dark, rich Ox
ford, In Juat-a suggestion of ombre check,
regular $1.00 quality, M Inches, 64 yarda In
remnant, for $2.19. ,
Dark Tan Novelty Ombre M Inches wide,
regular $1.09 quality, very pretty for coats
and suits, 74 yarda In remnant, for $2.21.
Navy All-Wool Poplin very dressy, reg.
nlar $1.00 quality, 614 yards In remnant, for
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Navy All-Wool Batiste plul'.s, tucks and
fall, In sot, pretty fold.i.v and Is one of
this season's most successful fabrics, 6
nrds for tl.sT.
Hunter's Green Wool Poplin regular $1.00
iullty, 4'4 yards for $1.97.
Invisible Mlxd Bulling fin twill, M
Inches, regular &1 00 quality, 4i yards In
remnant, for $1.69.
Novelty Bluo ' and Oreen Check regular
$1.00 quality. In Panama weave. Just a
suggestion of novelty, 4 yards for $1.84.
day Check Novelty the new and popu
lar check, 7 yards for $2.0X
' Remnants of All Wool Cream
Cream Bilk and Wool Crepe de Chine-?'.
regular ii.ti quality, T1 yards . fn rem
nant, for $2.9.
Cream Vollie regular ' li.00 quality, 3
yards In remnant, for $1.95.
Cream Silk and Wool Sublime regular
$1.00 quality, 7 yards for $S.R7.
Cream All-Wool Battnt.5 drapes perfectly,
very dressy. 8 yards for $2.39.
Cream Silk and Wool Crepe dn Paris-
regular $1.00 quality, 6 yards foif $1.97.
Remnants ' of Novelty Checks
in wool waistings.
Many of them this season's prettiest pat
terns, full of dash and style, all to be in
eluded In this great sale. -
NOTE Hundreds more' td choose from
than the paper ever ;hlnts of. Our 'advice
to you li, come early. :' ' - -" ' ' . -.
Coats, Suits, Furs, Waists; and
Children's Coats. i
FOR SATURDAYS 8EU.1NC. Today's
express brought us ninny new: thing ;n
' Cdats, Decided novelties, nil our own ex
'cluMve styles. '
men will amount to hundreds of, thou
sands of dollars. 1
The flood In Castle
two or three houses,
much damage In thl
Rock washed away
but did not do na
i particular as was
thought Inst night.
Twenty-Flv I'erauns Hrmaril.
NORTH YAKIMA, Wash., Nov. 1! -After
raging here two days, destroying nlmoct
fc.iO,onO worth of property, tho floods begin
to abate last night.
Twenty men, one woman and four chil
Extra Doings Saturday
In This Busy Store
This store Is always one of the busiest places In Omaha. We offer
extra InJj-euients In many departments to make Saturday a record
brukluf lay in point ot value giving.
Girls' Coat Specials
at S5.9D and $3.95
, A special purcliase of 150 girl'
coats, sizes 2 to 14 years; the
small sues. 3 to 6 years, In pretty
astrakhans of red or. sray, alao
bearskins, In all colors and white,
The large sUex, S to 14 years,. In
new ilaids end beautiful fabrics,
In plain kerseys and !ne cheviots.
BENSON c -
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Great' Special Sale of Ramie Fiber Underwear Saturday,
November 17th, at 8 A. M.
This is a sale of the utmost tin port a nee to all who wear Ramie un
derclothing, for It means a great savins.
Those who have worn It know of Its many health" giving qualities.
WHAT IS KAMIE?
Jute, hemp, flax and ramie are fibre plants related to each other.
Hemp is superior to Jute, and flax to hemp, while "Ramie" is much
superior to flax in all respects, principally in Its absorbing quality, du
rability and fineness.. It is also a good non-conductor of heat and elec
tricity. It allows your pores to breathe.
TtaerG are a .great many who have not worn it on account of its price.
Saturday will be the day for these people to buy at a great saving, and
at the same time procure of the best health giving garments on the
These are the prices that will sell every garment Saturday at our'
Men's Department. Attend Karly.
All $3.60, $3.25 and $3.00 qualities in this great sale, $1.45 per
garment. . ,
All of the $2.00 quality, in this great sale. 93c per garment.
There' are also a few women's and children's garments included iu
this sale that will be sold at great reductions.
Handsome Coats from $10.00 to $75.00.
Fine Astrakhan Coats, beautifully mado.
at $35.00. $10.00 and $45.00.
Afternoon Di esses In sllft and other fa-1
brics at $16.60. $19.50 and tSO.00.
Separate Skirts Well made and fashiona
ble styles, carefully fitted, prices from $"3.50
up to $27. GO. -
Long' Kid Gloves.
Complete stocks of every style. and every
size and every color. Perhaps the most
complete you will find In any store.- Pair
prices, too In a great many instances the
greatest values to be found anywhere. The
crowded Glove department shows the pub
lic estimate of this store's service. Such a
business does not "Just happen" to coma to
A large and complete line of all the 8. 12
and 16-button length gloves' In all the popu
lar suit and evening shades and black or
white, from $1.80 to $3.50 a pair.
KayserLong Silk Gloves. In black or
white, extra qualities, 1 from $1.60, $2.00 to
$2.50 a pair. . :
Two and three-clasp Gloves, either "Tre
fousec" or "Vallier" make, In all the lead
ing shades, and black and white, $1.00 to
$2.00 per pair.
Mannish Street Gloves. In the English
tans and Havannas, $1.60 to $2.00 a pair.
Specia-We hav Just received another
Importation of long gloves, In the new
leathers, tans and browns, both in glace
and mannlsli gloves.
Main Floor. '. " ;
Women 's . Underwear for Cold
Tou will find here the best sorts. all care
fully mode, and not high-priced, ejther.
Women's heavyweight cotton Vests, high
neck, long sleeves, tights to match, ankle
length, beautiful garment for those who
cannot wear wool, $1.50 each, extra large
- Howard Cor
dren were marooned last night on a tem
porary staffoldiug on an Island at. the hend
gate of the Bunnyslde canal. They belonged
to the reclamation sen-Ice. Lest nltfht res
cuing parties went to the scene. Vfouta
were secured and they were taken from
their perilous position this morning.
Piles Cared I" to 14 nays.
Pazo Ointment la guaranteed to cure any
ease of Itching, Blind, Blveding or Protrud
ing I'lles In to It days or money rafundsd.
From first knickerbockers to col
lege clothes Is a long range, but
wo meet the . boy at ovary stage
with these better sorts that help
to educate and refine as well as
protect and adorn him.
and Overcoats for hoys,
$5.00 to $10
Young nien's Mwaffgt'r Suits and
Overt out ,
$10 to $18
Ejtra values for
hoys' suits at 3.00.
; sizes, J1.73 each.
Women s fine ribbed wool Vests,
neck, long sleeves, tlgh'.s to mntch
length, color natural, fine winter weight,
Women's flne ribbed silk and wool Union
Suits, high, neck, long sleeves, ankle length,
colors cream, blue or flesh, $4.00 per suit.;
Women's fine ribbed wool Union Buits,
high neck, long sleeves, ankle length, either
white or natural, flne weight for winter,
$2.75 a suit.
.Women's flne ribbed cotton Corset Covers,
high neck, long sleeves, medium weight,' nil
sixes, 50c each.
Main Floor. j
In Our Complete and Up-to-date
Infants' Wear Dept.
We nre always showing something new
for the little folks. Mothers have come to
recognise this as the most complete In
fants' Wear Store In the city and our prices
ore always the lowest. There are many
bargains which , are not advertised. Visit
this Interesting section of our store Satu-
Caps for boys or girls. In white or black
Astrakhan, with red. blue or white velvet
crowns, with ear tabs, 50c each.
White bear skin Caps for boys or girls,
with ear tubs, 60c, $1.00 and $1.50.
White Eiderdown Tarn o' Slinnters for
girls, with white quill, BOo each. ,'
White bear skin Tarn O' Bhanters for
girls, trimmed with white silk ribbon and
quill, $1.50 each.
Astrakhan. Tm O- Shaiiters for' glrfs,ln
red, navy, brown and black
at It.OO each.'
SPECIAL, FOR SCHOOL WEAK Wool
Tarn. O' Bhanters for girls, In red, navy,
gray and white, 35c, 50c and $1.00.
Wool Sweaters for small girls and boys,
with leggings, mittlns and toquos to match.
Ask to see them. ' .. , .z'r
SUGAR TRUST IS ON TRIAL
H'sYemeYer Combine it Accused of Accent-
j ti.i . , -p . j conta. A letter written by Mr. Palmes to
- , of tho Central, concerning th reduction of
ALTON B. PARKER APrVARS FOR DEFENSE rate- waa rt, re'1 in evidence over tho ob
jections of the tiiftennp. The general pnr-
port of tho letter liowel that the redue-
Objertlona Made to Introduction of tlons or rebate were allowed with the
Much Testimony, bat C'oart Gen
erally: Itnlea Attain!
NEW YORK. Nov. lu. The so-cjillcd
"Sugar truct." or the American Sugar Re-
fining company, was brought to trial for
tha tlrst time on a charge of accepting
rebates today. The specific Indictment
charges the corporation with knowingly
vlolaftng the Elklns law by knowingly ac
cepting rebites on the Now York Central
A Hudson River railroad In the spring
of 1S03, amounting to $31,000.
The case Is on trial before Judge Holt
of the United -States circuit court. Kor
granting the same rebates the New Y'oi k
, Central was convicted yesterday In the
i same court. Tho sugar company, It la
I charged, accepted the t'JB.no) In rebates
: shortly after the passage of the Elklns
act, the shipments having been made just
before congress passed the law.
There are several other Indictments
against the company. It is understood, for
violation of the Elklns law. Today's pro
ceedings were marked by constant objec
tions on the part of the defense.
Jlnar Objections by Parker.
Lowell M. Palmer, who was for many
years at the head of the Sugar trustji
t rattle department, was the first witness
' Th .vamiurl Inn . " XI, PdlniAf whinll
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' was conducted along the sume lines as in .
the recent New York Central trial, was j
frequently interrupted by the objections of j
Judge Parker and Mr. Mcllvalne. Mr.
Palmer testified that he kept a separate '
bank account for the trafllo department,
but he was not permitted to explain bow,
'the clerks In I: l department were paid.
the court kualainlDg Judge. Parker's Ob-
Ji vtloii cn li.at point. It Is said to be the I
contention of tho government that all the
expenses of the traffic department wire
paid from this bank account and that all .
tho deposits came from rebates returned
to and received by the defendant com- j
Mr. Palmer suld he litul contiulted wltn
General Trafllo Managi-r Poineroy of the
New York Central and Vice Pretldnt Na
than Ouilfoid of the Fame roud concern
ing rates for sugar hipn-nta to the
went. When Mr. fcjtlni.-toii gui Htlon, d the
witness concerning the coutrai-ts he had
made with various companies, both Mr.
Mcllvalne and Judge Parker were on their."
feet with a serlua of objections. What
' contract he may have made bad nothing
' to do with the real jmui-s, they Insisted.
Mr. Stlmson held that It would ehow the
! general authority under wliUh the witness
: acted. Ju Ige Tarker said that the defense
' would willingly admit that the witness
had acted with the due authority of the
'. defendant corporation.
I titrremeat Pat la Kvldrare, ,
1 The agreement muile bv the wit;ieto am
I General Traffic Manager 1'uiueroy 'it the
Chiffon Auto Veils, In all. the new inf
stylish shades, at $1.00, $1.00. $200, $2.60,
$4.00 and $7.50 each.
Plain and fancy Face Veilings, In all de
sirable shades, at 25c, 30c, 40c, 6)c, 6"c, "Go
to $1.50 yard.
Sewing Bilk Veiling at 26c yard.
Chlfjen Veiling. 60c and 75c yard.
Harrge or Wool Veiling. 25c and 30c yard.
Bridal Veiling. 72 Inches wide, S5o yard;
lus-lnrh. $1.35 yard.
Our West basement Is a most Interest
ing section of our store for people that are
wanting Sanitary Ued Comforts.
We don't carry any but what are sani
tary, clean and pure, in and out. It Is tba
lirst essential thing with us. After that
comes the appearance, and wo have been
told many a time that our line of Bed
Comforts Is the choicest In the city. Of
course, we know this, but to make you
know this also we Invite you to visit the
West Section of our Basement.
Cotton Comforts, soft and fluffy, clean
tnd pretty, at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00,
$2.25, $2.50, $2.75 $3.00. $t.S0. in is line in
cludes the celebrated ' Maish" Comforts.
Wool Comforts at $3.00 $3.23. $4.50. $1.75,
$6.00, o.50, $7.00, $12.50 each. This lino In
cludes tint celebrated ."Merrltts" Health
Comforts. .'.' '
Down Comforts Notice the sise. 8 feet
wide, 7 feet Jong, tilled with deodorised
doWn. Prices. $i.00, $7 00. $7.50. $9.00 each.
' SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL.
At 7:30 p, m. wo will sell a fine Down
Filled Comforter, covered with downproof
sateen, sise 6 feet by 7 feet, a special offer
ing, at $4.98 each.
Special Sale in Our Linen De
SALE MERCEHIZJ3D DAMASK SATUR
DAY. All our $1.00, S5c. and 75c Bleached Mer
cerised Damask, 48c per yard.
BALE SILVER BLEACHED NAPKINS
. All our $1.75 Silver Bleached Napkins, $1.00
'. RALE FRINGED NAPKINS SATUR
DAY. All our S'ri" Fringed Napkins, 2c each.
BALE RENAISSANCE DOILIES SAT
All our 12Uc Renaissance Dollies, 5e each
SALE LINEN FRINGED TABLE
All our $1.25 Fringed Table Cloths, (Be
All our $1.60 Fringed Table Cloths, 75c
SALE 'OF HEMMED MERCERIZED"!
All our $2.25 Mercerised Napkins, $1.50 a
BAlzE WASH TABLE COVERS SATUR
DAY. . .. '
All our" $2.50 Wash Covers. $1.29 each.
NOTE Beautiful souvenir postal cards
showing, Interior views of our store free
New York Central, Introduced In yester
day's trial agnlnst the Central, was put !n
evidence, -Under It the rate between Brook
lyn and Clevelund was reduced 3 cents frcm
.the published tarift rale of n cents to 15
knowledge of Vice President Guilford.
I Fallowing this a letter froir, C. R. IUIoke,
then secretary vt the Aniertoun Sugar Re
fining company was read. This was In
reply to one nuking wlujoe and how the 6
cents to be retumi as an overcharge wai
to pe collected.
jir. jicich s letter said that the money
wfNitil'be paid Into the defendant's com-
mission account and finally to the ere lit of
the Brooklyn Transportation company. The.
hitter corporation did all the trucking for
the sugar company.
The check for K6.000 drawn by a bank In
Buffalo and paid to Mr. Palmer, represent
ing the alleged rebates, was introduced In
evidence, despite Mr. Mcllvalne's attempt
to- prevent Its reading by admitting its ex
istence. To all ot this evidence counnrl fur
tho defense continued to object and to have
their objections noted when overruled.
AV. E. Pouter, an employs In the auditing
department of the sugar company, testi-
tied that he had handled some of tha claims
upon which the rebates were based. One of
these claims which he Identified he had for
warded to H. O. Havemeyer, president of
the defendant corporation. After further
testimony court adjourned until Tuesday.
Te Care a Cola m Ob ttmy.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tableta
Liruk'ginte refund mon. y If II tails to cui.
K. W. Grove -Ixnati,, Is on acn bwS. S6c
Now la the time to make your ''wants
known through the Bee Want Ad page.
for all hours and al
weathers. Especially re-
c mmendable for AutolsU
;nd Yachismcn In (ad loi
ill who enrjage In outdooi
recreation, whether on lane
fill .Wests' bf U Wants.
For Sale' Jn Onuiha By
. 13."J Faruam Street.
NEW YORK, Nov;ifl.-R. O, Dun A
CCS Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow
Trade expands under the stimulating In
fluence of colder weather and mercantile
ti'ilrctlnna are Improved, BltluniKh rat-s for
money -continue. lilRh. V Traveling salesmen
send In large orders to leading distributing
points, but movement of merchandise are
still retarded by Inadequate transmitting
facilities. h.MHOimble illies of wearing ap
parel and holiday goods attract considerable
attention, wnile staple article of every
kind are In good demand. 'J he prospects
for the future were never brighter, l abor
disputes reached amicable settlement In
M.ml c ises, wnues being advanced In trans
porting and manufacturing Industries. The
most Mi-iklng development of the week
was the uiunecf dented output of ila Iron
In conjunction with large Imports and ad
vancing prices, Indira ting the greatest ac
tivity ever attained by steel mills, oilier
Industrial reports were scarcely less gralt
tyina. prospects In the Iron and stoel Industry
are brixht beyond precedent. Coiiiimcis
cover c.iiwieit of mills far Iqto next jaur
on hi gome ca.tes1 to i:ifft.
While the woolen goods division Is still
quiet, on the whole there is' evidence of
increased activity In some departments.
and some buy rs are t omplaininK of the
lelay that attends deliveries of dress goods.
Duplicate orders for men wear do not
expand as rapidly as desired, but the senti
ment is mere sattsiactory than at any time
l:i recent weeks.
1 riii bictii.'i.s continue arae In hides, sales
by the pursers being estimated at over
lwi.Ono sides for the week.
Leaning commodity markets have de
veloped strength during the Inst week, es
pecially thosw In whlcn speculative opera-
lions ur t.ie short, account hud been ear
ned to extremes. r
Recovery !n whnat had the additonal
supHrt of unsatisiactory receipts at the
northwest, and although the small move
ment was probably due In large measure to
the "ar shortage, it gave rise to smaller
estimates of the crop In spring jvheat staus-
1-tour ('input continues to mane a poor
comprrisun wltii the milling returns of a
year kko. An otllclal statrnient further In
creasing the estimated corn crop prevented
mat cereal In m participating tuily in the
upward tci.Unicy of prices.
Liabilities ot commercial failures thus
far reported, for November amounted to
$43'..4-s, of which $sW,iol was In manufac
turing, fi,:;o2,4!i in trading and fu,l In
other cciiiinctctul lines.
REPORT OF THE CLEAR I NO HOI SK
Dullness Transacted b Associated
Hanks for the Week.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. The following ta
ble, compiled bv Rraostreet. shows the bank
dealings at the principal cliks tor toe week
ended ovemier to, witn wie percentage in
Increase and decrease as Compared Willi the
corresponding week lust year;
New York ....
Kansas City ..
New Orleans .
Los Angeles ,
Port Worth ..
Salt Lake City...,.
Charleston, B. C...
Krie. Pa ,
2. in 13.8", ij
Wheeling. W. Va...
Fargo. N. D
New Bedford ,
Cedar llaplds, ' la,
Chester, Pa ,
Springfield. O ,
Sioux Palls, 8. D
(South Bend, Ind
Fort Wayne ,
. . . . '
6.541i 11. g
City.. I 1.-1.78,KU7
Vancouver, B. C...
St. John, N. B
Victoria, B, C
r:alanca paid In cash. tTit Included n
totAls icau.- coatalmnir other Itams than
clearinss. Not kioluUvd In totUs; com
URtDSTKKUri HCVtliW OF TH4DK
TralHr Blorkadra Bad Iirruia la
NEW YORK, Nov. 16.-Bradtretfs to-
morrow will say:
Further and serious congestion of rail
way shipments, more advance in wsceH,
satitifaciury r-orirs. a lar- vulumu of
uprmtf trade, gifuier activily In retail
linen In conoiiHiu-e with colder weatner,
a marked devuliui-nt of deniand for holi
day noitle and pMreihtent re-ju-Mtg for
iioinentic and loreiKn iron and wlecl are
ttiui.iiK the fciKniilc Mtit feature o( an n
cent lniiHlly buey week.
Com plaints of p'Kr delivery r wide
spread and, wliile tnc railways are niahiiig
evi-ry efturt to rcuiedy ih- ftuittllln, llitie
proicres is tielng niade in tliat direction.
lt--atite of tliee di-las collections aie not
j so aud as U.ry uiight im, thuu.U must l
We are going to offer for Saturday
only the best values ever offered in
the city in Tailor made Suits.
going to be sold while
they last for
Large loose $20 values
in coats for
Large loose $1? values
in coats for
Sable canary fur
S. Fredrick Oeryer fi Co.
Authoritlts on Styls
CLOAKS, QUITS, SKIRTS AND WAISTS
1517 Farnam St.
ZZU CZZ3 CZ3 ' C
Our reputation for soiling only reliable goods is the re
sult of many years of fair dealing the verdict of hundreds
of satisfied, happy customers. Compare our prices.
Ruby Oaks Reliable, Rtrong heat
ers, screw drafts, , draw center
grate, full nickel trim- r nr
Died, up from DD
Iladlant Home Air Blastn With
20th century flrepot- the only
perfect retort made, burns soft
coal, slack, hard coal or coko
lasts a. lifetime,
Hilton Rogers & Sons Co.
Stoves and Ranges Sold on Payments.
14th and Farnam Streets,
Open Saturday Evening.
the Improvement reported Inst week Is
maintained, hhipments of grain hs suf
fered nioet from tlie conKemlon, but de
liveries of fuel to manufacturing plants
and shipment of Iron and steel mills are
also hampered. Industrial Plants are be
ing pushed to tha utmost, foreign Iron Is
coTnlng In volume, labor Is scarce, and
wages" especially tho of railway em
ployes, have undergone further favorably
Interior points, especially in the cctton
be.t Qf the southwest, seem to be ptelty
well supplied with funds, owing to the
large crops and the freer movement ol
cotton, and as a result bankers from I ho
iecllois have been seeking c,''"1in.;ri''"'
paper In Chicago and St. J-ouls. All In all,
the situation throughout most sections ot
I emmtry li an insi.lring one except
In Virginia, the Carollnas and I'eoigm,
where Injured crops have curtailed col
lections considerably, resulting in requests
for extensions and hampered trade, and
In parti of the northwest, where bad
Weather and slow whest crop movement
have made trade and collections backward
lemand for spot pig Iron, domestic and
foreign, Is M InHistent as ever, and the high
pHce. prevailing have not curtailed con
sumption. DIAMONUe Edholra. 16th and Harney.
LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS.
Contracts for the new year will soon be
In process of readjustment. After January
1 all companies operating in New York wnl
b required to conform to the recently
amended Jaws of that state. Keform leg
islation In New York Is not so framed as
to prevent official extravagance In the
management of life Insurance companies;
but docs In specific terms limit the com
pensation of agents. .
During all tue upheaval no charg of
corruption has been laid at the door of
tha age.ul. It Is conceded thai the army ot
lite insurance producers, who have built
the business to Us present magnitude,
have as a rule been faithtui, conscientious
and Industrious. They, snd they alone, aru
to suner in the readjustment.
The management of Tha Midwest Life
Insurance company believes thai In the ap
portionment of a moderate expense, a lib
eral share should be allotted to the men
who procure the business; and Its con
tracts s coord with that theory. The Mid
west Life Invites men of character. Indus
try and enthusiasm to call at Its noma
office, or address the company, First Na
tional Bank building, Lincoln. Nebraska.
Now Is a good time to make arrangements
for the work of l7.
SCHOOL AXD college:.
CoLXS';e Cluelcsl. Untiic. tktliMCBeivel courVM
KAltkSt-AO eocrdll4 H(S caiul pearee UM
etMiiwee er eor nur eoiig vt auivre.Ljr.
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cut,.' CeniucAt grul4.
fONof HVAliiKV Ikeotr el Kiwi. isue, tviee,
t.oiio, eloiHil&e sS art.
OMAHA lojvNS.'.Tlur.S gleclrle ilae ea4 Iturllag
Ua tilr- Vwur Mu4rn Uvt ialturi.
A4xtM 4-ivi4eat WiWeta, telieM, Me,
SO suits worth $30
Puritan Steel Range
Made of WellpRTllle bitted utoel, asbHttlos
lined, with duplex gran-, pouch feed door
souiplete, with lull nlzo warm- (nckf
ing; closet, as shown in cut
Radiant Home Base
burners Will reduce your coal bill. Perfect com
bustion; entire control; uir-tight Viints
and large, circular flue in baso,. abso-.
lufely without an equal iu econ
and durability, up
Cole's Hot Bloslfc The genuine
from Chicago, air-light, won
derful fuel savers keeps fire 4 8
hours without atten- 19
Mon, lo-in. size $10
Oil Healer Smokeless and odor---less,
strong and conve n nj"
nlent beaters, up from . . .tJ.D
Ash Cnua All sizes. . or.
up from OJL
uoru's T7;,r4 wars
Special Matinee Today,
Ibsen's "A Doll's House,"
JAHB COaCOBlV, .
THE FREEDOM OT SUZAJTHE.
SOU seats on lower floor at 11. ou.
Sunday. Mondar. Tntidir Omini
4 ntomohlla Viorht Miwib
THE VASDEEFHT CUf.
Oast of Bixty and
Barney Oli field's Great Racing- Effect
3UU seats on lower Hour at 1.UU.
BIiJ U KFK
Matinee Today, Tonight
WOOSWAXD ITOCX CO.
- IT iuuht ur IWOID,
Prices Evening and Hat. Mat., 10c,
25c; Tues., Thur., Sat. Mats, 10c.
Next Week CAPTAIN SWIFT.
'Phon, Doug 94.
MATINEE TODAY 2:15
NOTE-CL'RTAIN AT :15 SHAiU1
PEICES10e, 26c, 60c
MttlBM Today. Tonight at 8)15
The Merry Musical Mixup,
MY WirC'B rAttilLT.
un. Windy Saus rrom Amsterdam.
Roller Skating Today
Morning Session, 10 to 13.
Afternoon, 9 to 6.
Evening Session, T:30 to 10:30.
MUaXO BY III MAUD.
TRAINCU m"f .as ifSBk A'.
O. SANN f
WILD 'IMS CcN a OLIO AT to
AXiMAk l WW ,HOW
1207 Doufl St.
Open II a. in. dally. Performances
bourly after 1 p. m. Highly int i i,i li . e
and entertaining. Spotted jony "Ueauty"
given y January int. Auuiissiwtt 1
cm is. One price to all.
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