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T1IE OMAHA DAILY' HEK: SATUI'DAV, XOYKMHFjH 17, - 190(1
F-xquisite Theatre Hats Dress Hats
Evening Hats and Trimmed Hats
For this event we have selected
00 exquisite tlivss hats express
ing all thnt is 1)enutiful nnd ap
propriate for late autumn and
winter. All are artistic copies of
foreign milliner's patterns. The
originals could not he hough t at
These hats are the beautiful
evening effects, elaborately trim
med with fluffy ostrich plumes.
Clever little Fur Turbans and
Toques. - '
Velvet Hats, trimmed, with
plumes, pompoms, -aigrette,
breasts, ornaments, etc.
A li .correct fall colons. On sale in three biff lots - - '
These Stunning Models Worth Up to S25
fJiii in t I. Jj. .
4iV V- -fJ
SALE OF JEWELRY
Baby and misses' gold filled bracelets,
set with turquoise Btones and mono
gram styles, no charge for en- ff
grawng, each. 0C
Gents' 10 k solid gold link buttons, no
c harge for engraving, " g Zj.jJ
Elastic belts and silk plaids,
worth up to 50c, at ,
Peter Pan purses, all the
and 50c styles, at
Warranted to wear 25
. years, teaspoons, Aya
lon flower De Luxa
set of six ,J
Avalon cold meat A f
Flower De Luxe Berry
Ladies' shopping hags, the Anthony
bag, strap purses, etc., fitted with
"lirror and purse,-worth
$1.25 and $1.50, ut
Ladies' solid gold 10 k set rings, sam
ples worth up to to, a guarantee
with each rins,
Ladies' O size smallest American watch
made, fitted with Klgin or Walthani
movement, cases stamped f Z l
and warranted 20 years. .. kJSwJ
Flower De Luxe Cream
Flower De Luxe Gravy
at. . .
Forks, set ol
Ladies' Mounted Combs AW have received all the very latest
styles in combs, with jet and fancy settings, AQi
extra special for this sale at t3m J
IN SHEET MUSIC DEPT.
All these SONG HITS, & lie
Will the Angela Let Me Play Waiting at the Church Yard, (big hit) Where
is Brown? (new) Why Don't You Try? The Traveling Man (new)
Boy Days, ballad Best I Ever Get, coon song Cheyenne Like the Hose
" You're the Fairest Flower I Never Can Forget You, Dear March of the
Kugk's Cannon Ball Rag Sultanna Intermezzo La Lorella, Spanish
Dance Sanltal (two-step) Dixie Belles (rag) The Chaser March Colo
nlul Girl (tw'o-itep). ...-..
Add 1 cent each for postage.
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Rid If 11 o
oils at M
These are all $25, S3D, $32.50 and $35 Suits
Entire Sample Lines and Surplus Stocfc of COHEN L GABRIEL. 58 W. 15 St., New York
We bought this entire stock at just about one-third its actual value. The suits are all new
and very dressy fall tailored styles. Thousands have stopped in front of our windows to ad
mire them. s
The bargains in this sale are positively
unheard of for such suits all new effects
Cheviots and Series bIacks etc.-jaekets are all satin or silk
Men s Suitings lined many are velvet trimmed. Skirts
Checked Novelties are all made in the new box and cluster
Plaid Effects pleated styles and the jackets are etons,
Etc., Etc. ponys, tight-fitting long and short cdats.
New shipment' of ladies' 10 button
length, real kid gloves in ri
white only regular $..."0 QR
quality gloves, Saturdaj', i3
y at ! . . . L
Most Complete Glove Depart
ment in Omaha.
Perrins, Monarchs, Fownes, Keyniers nnd Trefousse high grade
kid gloves in hiacK, nrown, tan anil
evening shades 8, 12 and 1(5 bu?ii
These are Genuine $25, JJJ
$30, $32" and $35 Suits, at ii
Children's Storm-Prooi Cravenettcs, $2.98
Saturdav in our childreu's cloak department we will sell 200
nobby. little cravenettcs plain striped and plaid TTS Q O
cravenetted crooda fancy and plain collars " ) wll
actually worth $5, $6 and $7,
Ladies' Winter Coat All tho stun
ning novelties in the long Winter
cnats thnt Hro so inipuUir everywhere
Four Basement Sp ecials
Ladies' Fur Scarfs.
Ladles' Waists, good
Ladies' Long Winter Coals,
fl Children's Cotton Eiderdown r A -W
C Coats, at JUC
and Draoerv Soecials ?
Swfss Curtains new line just re-
ceiyed go on sale at 1.39, $1.25 S
and 98c pair.
All our $1.25 and $1.50 Curtains
go at, each, 49c.
All our $2.00 and $2.25 Curtains $
go at, each, t9c.
All our $3.50 and $4.50 Curtains
go at, pair, $2.9S.
DIMXU ROOM TABLE COVERS
fort. Kitted by com
Tomorrow we are going to Bell all
our $5.00 Artloom Covers at, each,
Curtain Swiss, in dots, figures and
stripes, yard, 10c.
Couch Covera-r-All our cout h covers
worth up to $8.50, will go on sal
tomorrow at $4.50.
Ladies' Phit Eezi.
bends with the
25c Fancy Linens 5c
Manufacturer's , sample line of
stamped pillow- tops, doilies, scarfs
and squares, worth up to 2 5c yard,
some are slightly mussed Or soiled,
but a great bargain,
Saturday, on bar
gain square, new
store, aisle 7,
10c Tenerlffe Doilies,
The sole '4
& .lr. Reed's-Cushion Sole Shoes
X perfect comfort, C C K
vfJ J ;
v Fancy Art Dept.
45i45-inch Linen Lunch
Teneriffe' Doilies, each, .");
Pillow Kuffles, all colorings,
4'.-2 yards long, 35c.
Extra quality and extra size
Laundry Bags, 4!c.
Tinted Center Pieces, a(ix:)(i,
all designs, 75c. "
25 c RIBBONS at 10c
Heavy all silk Taffeta Hibbons big lots of fine satin
ribbon plain and fancy black, white and all
Ladies' Crocheted Shawls at 39c and 69c
Shawls, scarfs, capes and squares, made of the finest Saxony
zephyrs and fancy wools, many suitable TQ. AQr
for evening wear krv"Uv
Large bargain square ladies 'children's and men's hosiery
plain and heavy ribbed at, a 11 r i tZn
a pair JUC-JJC
IMPORTED HOSIERY at 25c
Plain lisle and Maco cotton double soles, some with
white foot and split soles, all regular made special
for Saturday, at, pair
W inter Underwear
4 large bargain squares piled high with all kinds misses', chil
dren's and boy's vests, pants and drawers fine Q Cfes
ribbed and heavy fleeced all sizes lUmt J
Ladies, vests, pants and union suits medium and heavy weight
mauv stvies to se:eci irom, iiieiuumg vnt-iui, riuicure, ym-
lanti union suits,
A Special Opening Sale
in Our New
- NOW IN PROGRESS
During This Sale
in New Store
DEEP WATER ASSOCIATION
Permanent Oreaiizttion Will Werk for
Canal from Lake to flnlf.
ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC AI0PTED
U. K. rMinh la Klectr4 l'realdeat
lloaral of liorrrnsn Apvolated
8T. IXl'IS. M'. Nov. 1. The Ijke-tr-th-Oulf
TMf? Waterways saaoclstlon br
eam a fact tndiy, when the plan for per
manent organisation and tha reports of the
nominating committee were adopted at the
final session of tha convention of thejn-o-visional
aeooUUon, organized by OonsTis
man William Jiorltner of Oilcago and aev.
eral of his rongresnlonal aaristants, whlrh
has been in sesaiou at the Cxleon for titr
lust two days.
The objects of the absociatlon anil ;;.
iples for whlrh it stands are set f.-vc) in
the following "address to the public " l re
pared by the rrmimlttee on resoluilfia and
unanimously adopted by the convv.v. Un :
The time has arrived for a genera' -x-lan.-ioii
of our i.ailoi al policy ti-r'.n ,(!
worka of Internal lmpiuvement, whhh i -vi-hKiftofoie
irrwilfd surh a sulior'tt-i!
tnlHc In national expenditures; nlno in no
naction with the grvnt sums that have hn
upproprlatcd In recent years lor army uMil
navy puriies, which appropriations hac
tiv far excooded the expenditures for all
other dr part tn e ut of our povernmert.
It in our hflii-f that when, backed by
pro;iTvsRive piilli eentltnent the I'nlte1
Stales rnmrm ran be Induced to em'mrk
upon a ltlxiRi policy for the development
i.f the intfinnl waterways of th pnilon.
Itout tf Prnpmril Waterwaf.
The proposed deep waterway In to extend
from tHu I'hicato draiiuiae cAnal thiousli
the valleyx of t ie 1 tf I'intne and lllinvlf
rivers to tho Mississippi river at ruftn.
111., and thence dnn tlie MtHlslpri to 8t.
IjooIb. and is to have a minimum ilepili of
Tfiii'teen fee-t ttirooahout. We recommend
that, for t lxi purpoac of meeting the prob
able future needs of navlRatlon. that the i
minimum depth over the mitre xill.M ut t lie
locks should be twenty-one feet in the tnl
The excemtlve cost of the project, s
shown by the engineer's estimates. w due
mainly to tlie existence of 'the prominent
harrier between the great lake and the
Mississippi valley. This chief obstacle, to
the prosecution of this project hus beeiu re
moved by the dralnaa-e canal.
According to the estimates bnsed upon re
cent surveys by the I'nlted States engineers
the work remaining- to be done in order to
complete the deep waterway channel to 8t.
Louis will cost CT.Mf'A"1.
Pending the Inauguration of this work. It
seems Important that the I'nlted States
should exercise surh control over the les
Plainea and Illinois rivers as to prevent
prlvste persons, companies or corporations
from erecting any dams or other structures
that might preaent obstacles to the prose
cution of the work as contemplated by the
congress of the I'nlted States
Hvlrig ' considered the deep' waterway
enterprise from Chicago to (St. Louis. It
row remains to deal with the subject of its
further projection southward to the Gulf
In conjunction with tha prosecution of
the deep water enterprise from tl. Louis
northward, it becomes at once a mutter of
grave importance tli.it adequate provision
should be Btade by congress for the tip.
.'ill.-Mi Htn of work of avi.-h auhfuantinl char-
I c.-r to the lower river as to give flxed-
o the channel and stability to the
crty'.-K banks, ncconiplishment of which is
Ui'j i"essary basis of any plan for a pcr-
insi'i.;; improvement and deepening of that
pi t ti' the river.
He'fvnrtr present transportation facilities
of In I'nited States to be Inadequate and
wlioKj Ul. satisfactory, w favor appiopil
uui.'f.i b.- liiu conereso of tho I nlteii St,ileK
In f".4S'lent aniounts to create su. h aiidl-'.)-.
?( trHT.Kpot tutlon facilities r.s the grow
'( K vi'-eils of the tiBiIon demand, and to the
vri'i 'hat uch appropriations shall be sc
- ttied tills assoc iation recommends to I's
representatives in c.n.ress dUlsem, aj
klduous and untiilr.K efforts to sicine the
necessary mean vitii which 10 l-cloi
a deep waterway.
Fleet Inn of Officers.
The following olPctis were eleclci to
serve two yr-urs:
President, W. K. "avHiiimgh. St. UmU;
vice president s, I'avid it. Koinn. v'lnrauo:
M. J. MatuKrs. New Orleans; M Ne.-lcv
Memphis; J. K ilehron, Mississippi: lii.cn
Jusrles, Arkttiss, a.cretury, W. V. Un
der, St. Ixiuls. tieinurer. George H. Mon
roe. Joiiet, serj,-tMiit-at-ttiii, 'I'lioious
K. Hunter, f'hicago.
Ksiititlons wete adopted prot.siini;
frerjucntly causes stomach troubles, but careful eatinn will never
right thttn. hen your stomach is out of condition, it needf help
that no food can supply. It must be thoroughly cleansed, settled
and strengthened, rood never Joej this.
La La kJ
are the greatest stomach medicine human tkill ever compounded.
Don't attempt to cure your irtomach b dieting. Yom will half
larve and pet iittle benefit. Give lieechar.i's Fills a chance and you
will again know the pleasures oi a sound digestion. Appetite will
return and the stomach again work without any discomfort. The skin
will clear, the face plump out, while people will remark "How well
you're looking;." These arc facts, not fancies. I'rovc it yourself.
old Everywhere la Boss.
I and Me,
ugainst any treaty made by the 1'nite.l
States with Canada by which tho amount
of water to bo tuken from Lake Michigan
for the use of the Chicago drainage cana!
shall lie limited, and authorizing the presi
dent of the association -P appoint lifty
delegates to the convention of the nationa:
rivers and harbors congress to be held
in Washington next month.
President Cavanaugh called the titsl
meeting of the board of governors for De
cember 6 at Washington, D. C.
The convention was addressed during
the day by Congressman K. C. Kills ol
Kansas City and C'otigi esstnan Joseph K.
Ransdell of Louisiuua, chairman of the
executive committee of the national rhers
and harbor congress.
It e port on Oritanfxailnn.
The coniplclo report or the commiu-c op
permanent organisation was icud . by Its
clialt til.in, H. It. llawrs, of 81. Louis. The
"The mine of the association shall be
"Tlie Lakes to th Gulf I e;i Waterways
ass : trillion.'
"Tnc olijeclf of Ihe a.sorid.tiou are to
pro.n He tlie htiildlng of deep waterways
by urging appropriations from the na
tional and state governments by allowing
the. necessity of these projects; to estab
lish a la-rmam nt heaibpiai tern; to urge
upon all national, state nd vrnigi-esslonal
conventions. iirejn ctlve of parly. tin
nit-esstiy of deep W'MTways; tu stabllsli
n ("! iiiiinent bureau of publielt). .
"The members of tins s?ocnU'iji shall
In limited to residents of me lake and
Stii: slates and all statci in the Mississippi
"Tlie delegates to the' conventions shall
. selected us follows:
"One member appointed by the governor
from each congrosslouul district. Appuint
tn nts by tho mayors- One for each city
of l and less than "J.5n) population; two
rr ? 5ii to b.'xt; three tor B'i to lrt.uW;
li ' lor in.uo in i.'HH); ten for 1, to
V...i: twenty lor .Vi.hm t, lnoinnr. thirty for
pM.ii ii to -.'.io.o,!:; ,i,ty for ;n,oi) or more.
"One (leligit-- irom each river Improve
tiient and cnnimerelnl nssin iatlor. and otm
ndlltiimal dehg.iie Jor each 100 members.
'The oitlccrs elia'l -nsis. of president.
fTve vice presidents, secretary, treasurer
and serge .lnt-nt-arms A board of gov
(rnr.rs. comprising the above officer a,nd
one member Irom each congressional ' dis
rtrict. An rxccutle rommiitee, to consist
of eleven members, selected by the presi
dent from the board of governors.
"There shall lie a hienniHl meeting of
tiic convention and the eki tlsn of efticei.
shall bo lu-ld every two years "
The report was unanimously adopted'
Cong--essc,a:i ChampClrk ef Missouri
poke at length t:pou tiie; rcquiremeats of
the Missouri river, but that these were
uluerie-i to tne dcsiaiuls of the prlncipil
object of tins convention, tlie lakes to the
gulf fourteen fe,-t i'ep channel, and that
the iniprtui i.t ,.f the vli-s .uri .-m- other
rivers lril.t.i.1! t t ic Mi.ssi.-ipi woi.l.l as
a matter ol cmn e f illow Ine- iniiioviiiic.it
of the MiH.-isxip :. Time w i? then ;:ll jwe.l
lor fivc-mimm t l.-s by r.-pn 'iital!vcs of
:be st jus witii delegations in the conven
ts, n. A reces was taken.
The convention concluded to:;itht with a
bwuiiiict at the liutl Jxlf Lrou.
PRESIDENT SEES BIG CUT
h ef Eiecutire Spend tha Da; Hob?
Panama Canal fionte.
3ITE OF PEDRO MiGUEL LOCK EXAMINED
Mr. Hoosevrll View Work of Steam
Shovel aad Shake Hand vltb
All Americans He
1 'A NAM A, Nov. 16. President Koo
velt. who stopped at the Tlvoli hotel last
nlgltt. started nt 7 o'clock this morning,
with Mrs. ltoosevelt and the other mem
bers of his parly, to make an examination
of ihe Culebra cut. The weather was
overcast, threatening rain. At -30 the
presidential train arrived at IVdro Miguel,
whero some st-um shovel were at work.
The president had his 1 1 a lit stopped for
tho purpose of making a personal exami
nation. At this point In iIih cut the pe.
rullar soil conditions have resulted in
more or less ficituent landslides, and
this fact was brought to the presldemM
attention. President Kooscvelt descend.-1
from his train and climbed uo on one f
tlie steam tdiovel. taking a seat beside
Engineer t;ray, whom he sdbjei ted to a
searching fire of questions regarding th.:
work. I niring his conversation Lugincer
5ray took the opportunity, on behalf of
himself and tho other engineers, to do
clare that unlike the railroad engineers,
they were not paid for overtime. The
president promised to look Into this mat
ter. Ho stayed on the steam shovel about,
twenty minutes. Uy this time it waa
I.ork site I niHiuiiiril.
President Rooseve lt told Chief Engineer
Stevens that he wanted to see ail the
works In connection with excavation, even
to the temporury laying of tracks. With
this In view he boarded a work train near
Pedro Miguel and went on to the next
point, where steam shovels were ut work.
Here there was no danger of landslides.
The presidential train continued on tin
regular Una towards Panama. Tho work
cf the tcond grujp of stream shovels was
observ.-d and the president made a detou-.-to
examine the site of the Pedro MlguJl
lock. He shook hands with all the Ameri
cana he met whils walking over tlio
ground. At about the president en
tered ihe deep portion of Culebra cut, his
train going slowly In order that he inifcht
observe the workings of the drill ma. nines
Ono shovel was decorated wit a a sign,
.iidir.g: "We will So our bust to help
you build It."
Tin president spent some time in the
ii- .-pest !Mir'iou of the cut, where latl
Sunday twenty-iwo tons uf epluivs
tvete Hi- d to throw down 35.0'IU cuoic
yards of material.
Tlie rain was now coming aosti in tor
rents and the water poured in rivulets
from the f unnel-fchaped side of the
famous cut. hcvrral i harge of dynatnits
tverv m'lv-k'J lu vidcr tht th tu'cslUtnt
might see the effect, after which he went
buck to his own train.
Reception at I'alm-e.
After witnessing the display of flrewoi-ks
In the bay from the balcony of President
Amador's palace lst night President Hoo-o-
velt, president Amador and their wives at
tended a reception at the Commercial club.
As the party entered the orchestra played
the "Star Hpangled Panner."
There were more than 3"0 persons present,
including representative citlsens from Color.
unl Panama and their wives, who heartily
cheered Mr. Roosevelt. lTesldent and Mrs
Roosevelt and President and Senora Ama
dor walked around the parlors, Presldcm
Roosevelt having a siyiile and a kind word
for everyoiu. He remained, at tha club for
about twenty minutes. Representative Josu
Lcfevre welcomed President Roosevelt In
behalf of the youth of Panama and the na
tional rsscipbly. The president replied In
a highly complimentary manner, saying
thnt ho always believed in the future of
; 'aim ma.
At lil:f p. tn. President Roosevelt und his
party returned to the hotel.
Many vnl Apprentice Heady.
N KW PORT, R. I., Nov. is. Th largest
drift of apprentice seamen to leave Anier-
a on tiny occasion is being prepared for
h- naval stations at .Norfolk, Vs., and
.Jort Royil. 8. C, where they will be In Id
n readiness for service under Admiral R.
l). Evans, commander of the Ailsntle
.leet. The draft numbeis "00 nnd consists
of a fine body of young men recruited
.arg' y frum tho west.
NEBRASKAN BADLY INJURED
Grand Trunk Express Wrecked In
Yard at Wnndatock hy
WfXiDSTOCK. Out., Nov. IB. The early
morning express from Detroit for Toronto,
on the Grand Trunk railway, was wrecked
In the yards here today from a broken rail.
Twenty persons were Injured, four seri
ously. Teter fjeorgeson of Nebraska bad his
hand badly torn and was otherwise injured.
OfLii Cili .1 r fr O
V " J I u a e I A M Ce
NflL If jttuni.lbtfitllMjj
Clothing of Style and Quality
Payments $1.00 a week. Prices 20 per cent, lower
than other Credit stores. All goods marked in plain fig
ures. One price to all. Take the goods on first visit here.
Pay while you wear weekly or monthly We don't
juggle with price tags. Largest Credit
Clothiers in the world. Money back if
dissatisfied. Factory to Family, 64
Stores Liberal treatment in case of
Long Coats for Women
Overcoats for Men : :
Overcoats f or Boys : :
Clothing, Hati and Shots for Mtit, Women and Children
Crotfi to an any tlma and all tha tlma
C s fs r-s r-, rs rs .- rs r r f- f rs r- y r c
O .! ill
TOB OF-W WDKI)T ETCWTSOS
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Booth Omaha and Council Blnff ,
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