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TIIE OMAIIA UAILT BEEj NATTRDAY, 'NOVEMnfcR 24,- 1006.
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The Cnly Exclusive
In the City
Evenings Until 10
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CORRECT DRESS FOR MEN AND BOYS
THOUGHTS OF YOUR
A SLAUGHTERING OF COAT VALUES THAT
WILL DE TALKED ADOUT FOR MONTHS
COATS PRICED LOWER THAU THEY WILL BE IU JANUARY
Come Early SATURDAY for the Dig Sale Event
We have just purchased from one of the largest cloak
manufacturers of New York City 750 coats of all descriptions
and newest styles that will be put on sale Saturday at less
than they can be manufactured for.
Coats that usually sell for $17.50 and 520.00, will
sell Saturday for rO
$27.50 value Ladies' Tailored
Suits, all "styles .....
$20.00 value Ladies Tailored Suits,
$35.00 Imported Model Opera
$75.00 Evening Gowns Exquisite examples of the tailor's art at its
Saturday Specials Between 8 and 9 P. E Only.
$750 Silk Taffeta Petticoats, all colors.. ............... $3.18
$1.00 Voile and Panama Skirts $8.50
We are carrying one of the largest lines of furs in the city, and, as we are sonie
, what overstocked in the higher priced furs, we have greatly reduced them, and if you
make your fur purchases from us we can absolutely guarantee you a saving of 25 per cent
FUR. COATSWe undersell everybody in. this line.
Sable Coney Fur Jackets, up from . .V. ... . ..... $14.98
By purchasing from us Saturday you will beadding to your Xmas spending money.
Cloaks, Suits, Furs
Skirls end .Waists
1517 Farnam St
EPPERSON NOT 1MBIT10US
Clay County Man Has No Peiire
' Preside Over the Senate.
NETTLET0N MAY C0M OUT FOR SPEAKER
Vow that Passes Are Aboat to Be Cat
.. Off legislators lacllacd to Think
i They Snal4 Hare More
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
.UNCOLN, Nov. 2i (Special.) Sonator
Epperson, ho lias been mentioned as a
rotable candidate for president pro tem of
the senate, will not be a candidate (or this
Important position, lie is here attending
tlWrict court and on this subject, he said:
"I nm not u candidate (or the place and
J' wouldn't, accept H If It were offered me.
rceral candidates have been mentioned,
und I have heard B. H. Golding of Kearney
H u candidate for secretary."
Benator Epperson m i member of the
Judiciary committee during the last session
imhI he hn no I no very or-glnal ideas of
what the next Keuato should do.
"The very flint thing we should do," he
fcald, "we should put the few pops up In the
nailery. They will be out of the way tip
there and won't get run over whin the
ssnate starts doan the platform to carry
Mike Lee of Douglas county will be Its
author. While here several day ago Mr.
Lee said there was do doubt a law would
be enacted to prevent the giving or taking
of railroad passes, and because of such a
law the expenses of the ordinary legislator
would be greatly increased, and therefore
he should have more pay to make both
ends meet. So far there has not Men any
appropriations to pay the railroad fare of
legislators to and from homo except one re
Martin Deputy Attorney General.
Grant O. Martin of Fremont lias been ap
pointed second deputy in the office of At
torney General Thompson. Mr. Thompson
offered the place to Mr. Martin some time
ago, but his acceptance was not received
until this afternoon. No other change will
be made in the office, Mr. Rose having been
appointed deputy some days ago. : both po
sitions pay tho same, 11. Six) annually; Mr.
Martin has been county attorney of Dodge
county and in' an old schoolmate of the new
Child Barn Death.
Oakland Floury, aged 3 years, was burned
to death at the home of his parents this
afternoon. Tho mother of the liuleone was
out of the house for a short time and
when she returned the body was burned to
a crisp. It is supposed tho little one's cloth
ing caught from the stove.
Railroad Fare for Ks-t oa lets.
Warden Beenier is going to recommend
that every convict released from the Htute
penitentiary be scr.t back to the place from
it out. That is about the only thing I now J whlrh Ulf uer "ntenced or given suf.
have In inlwd, except that Dan Nettleton
of our county has been urged by some of
his friends to bo a candidate for Seaker.
le is well qualified for the place, but I am
not sure ha will muke sn active canvass to
Itoprv.'-entatlve-elect Wilson from Custer
luunty was hvro today to ge; iiU seat
marked off. "I haven't elected ant gpia.' ers
:.r chief's clerks, either." bald Mr. Wilton,
"and I have no Idea who lias the lougest
pull for the places. I am here merely to
b'-t my seal and find out what the other
members htvo been talking about."
More ray fur Legislators.
A bill will be Imroduc-d in the legisla
ture to Increase tho jy of legislators.
ficient money to take them there. It Is said
he will also n commend In his report to
the governor that the death penalty be
Ho was a year' of age and
OFFICIAL VOTE FOR COGHESSMA
State Board Completes Work of
(rYora a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nov. 23.-(8pecial.)-Following
Is the result of the official canvass of the
vote for congressman at the last, election:
County. Pollard. Doyle. Tarlnr. Root
l''k iui-i c.
is emu ha ...
Farmer Han 4er and Killed.
FREMONT. Neb.. Nov. U.-(Bclal.)
John Hanson, a farmer living near Argo
postufflce, in Burt county, was throa'n fivm
his wagon and killed about S o'clock yes
terday afternoon near t'ehlinj. Hanson
and his "son were returning f rom L'thllng
with a couple of loads of lumber. The
elder man was driving the first team, and
Just over the top of the hill east of town
tlie team started suddenly, . throwing him
to the ground in front of the wagon. Both
wheels passed over him and his head mas
I'terce- . .. .
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Hox Butte ..
7.J 1 Buffalo
Voce, i Keva Paha .
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IK Mcl'herson ..
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"'"ier Mil i.ui
Ft I more wj )-
Gune '; 3iM. iNt
I'olk i ;.. ;.t
Halino jmi 1'y,
Saunders : jiim ,v;
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ork 3WS Ui4
Totals lSuUj "lin
. FIFTH DISTRICT.
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nuiHiiaw. 1 nomns. ton
Thanksgiving . Clothes
are Derhaos uppermost in your
miri .just now and it would be well to
remember that by stu iiomU av tiding shaidv fabrics an i p ying ma ut
most attHniion to tbn making of oup qarnnnts, thi store has cot to be knoim a
"THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES"
where every item is sold for less money, quality combined than elsewhere
that can not be duplicated eiss
where for less than $12,B0,
that are the equal in every way
of other store's $13 suits.
that can only be compared with
$20 suits shown elsewhere.
that are superior in every way to
what other stores have at any price.
These cannot b e com
pared with any other
nor with any but the best made-to-measure
clothes, for which you pay $40 to $76.
Tmsefsorore Good Overcoats
So far as we know no other store in Omaha has ever claimed to have
as good overcoats as ours. Our $10 and $12 coats $
would cost you $18 else where and, too, we show you
many so fine that other- stores are afraid to handle them
at prices that will stretch
your dollars out.
A variety of patterns for a vari
ety of tastes 75 lP
New creations constantly arriv
Almost any man could be suited
here 91.00 'P
For men looking for novelties,
That comblna comfort with ele
gance 450 -'P
The newest Ideas await you,
at 200 UP
JT4,r-, That makes "keeping.
Underwear warm-easy jee n
and "money saving" possible. Hw p
Exhibit the right Idea of
style and their high quality
and low price spell Value
points to. remember If you
have a boy to clothe.
3flAfor Suits that sell
iVu elsewhere for 4.00.
4 fill for Suits equal to
vUthe regular. 1 5 kind.
5(f fc r Suits that would
.UUeell for $7.50 at
other Btores If they had
them, , . .
YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHES
It's a pleasure to show our
snappy creations to young
men who have tried on
clothes at other stores.
SG.OO. S7.50. S 10.00
for Suits that would cost
elsewhere up'to $15.00.
912.00 nd 915.00
for Suits that have no equals
1(D) - 50
tK l HaTC X 912.00 nd 915.00 111 I
rA l li A mnn uM the other dav sir F .
V7 ,1 ours were "Hat-Wonders J? I 1 CHILDREN'S
) lots of people must think like- R' ; I. OVERCOATS , , , . T N
wise. Judging from the number f " W.OO AND ri. . ' ss J
W DERBIES .-...$1.50 Up MM
VI RST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
cumaph people nfust furnish a Kite. PreI
dont John R. Plerson of the Commercial
club has appointed a committee to look
Into the matter and the city council and
llbrnry board have taken It up.
In furs, goodness -from start to
finish---counts for more than In
M t y i t
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Library tor Tecumaeh.
TECUMSEH. Neb.. Nov. at (PpeciaD
Tcciiniheh hat an opportunity to ecure 'a
Carnegie library building. Tlie private c
retary of the Iron king ban written the city
council that if provision Is madd to ralHe
$ pr year tor tho maintaining of the
library Mr. Carrugl will give the city
Sti.OUO for the erectlou of tho building Te-
When you use
' "There's a Reason"
Gel the little book "The Road to
WollvlUa," lo pkg.
Far air r Foil ad Uead.
GR-VND ISLAND. Neb., Nov. a. (Spe
cial.) Henry Kroeger, a fanner renidlng
near Cairo, thla county, wu found dead
behind his wagon In his cornfield last even
ing. His shotgun had accidentally dis
charged. It seems certain, when he wax
about to replace It on the wagon. One
lond entered the center of the body. Just
above the hlpe. Mr. KrogiT was tn the
habit bf taking his gun along when busk
ing corn In order to shoot any ganin he
might Incidentally come acros. Neighbors
heard him shoot yesterday afternoon. He
was to return to the house at i o'clock
with a load, and for lunch. When he had
not come In at 6:30 hla wife went out to
look for him. Bhe was horriflej to find his
dead body. The horses, accustomed to
hooting, had remained In their tracks.
Neighbors were at once called and the i
body taken to the house. Coroner Suther
land was notified, but the evidences of acci
dent were no plain that no Inquest was
held. The deceased was about O years of
age and leaves a wife and three small
children to mourn bis loss, besides a large
number of other relatives.
dog and swore out a warrant and hud Mr.
Wiseman 'arrested for resisting on officer.
Ho then broko a padlock and took the dog
out. The trial came, off today before ths
county judge, C. W. Potter, and the Judge
rendered a verdict of guilty, as charged,
and fined tho defendant " and costs. His
attorney, J. A. Douglass of Bassett, asked
for an uppeal to tho district court, which
will convene here In January.
Child Hur.rd to Death.
t'TICA. Neb.. Nov. 23. (Special.) Neut
this city this morning a death resulted from
the uso of kerosene oil by trying to start a
fire. The -year-old girl of Will Blazing,
living nice miles northwest of the clly.
started to light a fire last evening In the
kitchen stove liy placing a cob In the can.
As she took the cob out of "the can she
dropped some oil on her clothing and as
soon as she had applied the match It
Immediately set her clothing- on fire. Sho
ran out doors, where her mother was work
ing, and the mother tried to put the fire
out and was badly burned about the face
and bands. A young man working on the
place finally extinguished the names by
hrowlng a bucket of water over her. Uy
this time ull her clothing had been burned
off of her from her shoe tops to her waist
band and tho flesh was burned to a crisp.
She lingered along until this morning at Sj
o'clock, when sho died.
Broker Cliarsjed with Larceny.
BEATRICE,' Neb.. Nov. J3 (Upeclsl Tele
gram.) John W. Culver, until recently pro
prietor , of a broker's office In Beatrice,
was arrested today on a warrant sworn
out by 'rather Dolen, a fanner, living
northwest of this city, charging him with
larceny as bailee. . The complaint alleges
that Culver secured 1210 from Dolen for
the purpose of speculating on tho markets
as his agi-nt, buj afterwards converted It
to his own use. His preliminary hearing
wof set -for December 5, and In default of
11,000 bond "h wus .lodged. In fait
Dolllver Talks at Aurora.
AI'RORA, Neb., Nov. Zl (Special. )
United States Senator John . Do.lliver of .
Iowa delivered a highly Instructive and en
tertaining lecture at tho Aurora opera house
last night. He had a large audience, which
thoroughly enjoyed the address, which was
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
Revival at Bnrehard.
Bl'RCHARD. Neb.. Nov. 3t -(Special.)
The village of Burrhard, on the south line
of tho B. A M., Is In the midst -of a religi
ous awakening such as It has never experi
enced In Its past history. Rome two weeks
ago the churches United and a revival meet
ing waa begun In the opera house. From
the very first the crowds were large and
the Interest has continually Increased, until
now people are driving for miles to attend
the meetings. Evrngellst Enslso of Chi
cago Is In charge At first the evangelist
and his methods jwere severely criticised
and for a short time feeling ran high.
Religion Is the sMe topic on the streets
and In the stored
Omaki Haa Flaea.
AINSWORTH. Js'eb.. Nov. (Special.)
Lat Saturday tW Marshal Edward W.
Dyer and Theodoije Wiseman, a dog trainer
of Omaha, got Inio trouble over the collec
tion of a dog taxi In which they got Into
a scufna over tht poaMision of the dog.
Thry both bad hold it the dug at ths same,
time. Ths marshkl bad to let the
ejQd diphtheria ftr twin evlla. Prom a email b4?fnnte(?ttpyeWalthIylnvad
the system, and result in death or Berioua illness. Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup I
xioa lur vtiars lire n nnoff7wi am inn nnr- - -
est cure of eoro throat and a preventive cf
diphtheria. Doctors preacrl be it. Mothers
wear by it.
"My little boy. years old, had a hard, dry OCrngh
frouiaooldandlueoWed to t ry '
" , 0011 1il7l after a few dose only rind
entirely eured yf tlie or;up and thruat trutibla.
Herealter I will a warn lun f ... u
lira, lllair Wallace. Duneaiisville, Pa
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