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THE OMAIIA . DAILY ' TiEK; SATUKDAY, N'OVKMBKK 21, 1P0T..
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ALL THE MEN'S
SI 0V SI 2.01
wo win LIEN'S
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From D. ROTHSCHILD G
CO., Rochester, N. Y.
ROCHESTER. . K
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Worth up to
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On Gale Saturday
fell ALL THE METS
"its y n t - rj rrrrv yrrv tn.
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Worth up to r-
con nn nnri US
$22.50, at , ,
ON SALE SATURDAY Q
Men' and Doys -
Men's all wool Winter Caps, also
Plush Caps with wide pull
down bands, at. ...... . ...
Men's heavy fur lined Caps,
$1 values, at : .
Men's Fur Caps, muskrat, mink,-
bearer, coon and seal, at
17.50 down to: . ... 1 , .
Boys' and children's Winter
Caps i'.Vv .
John B. Stetson- Soft and
A GIGANTIC SHIRT SALE
1 Entire Stock of New Jersey Bankrupt Manufacturer
Men s and Boys SV?9 SHIRTS at 39c
AIL fine, desirable patterns, neat stripes, white prj7 fy
pleated bosoms, cuffs, attached or separate (j) f
not a shirt in the lot worth less than $1 ' J J
. atxirdy t ...... . . . . .
Thousands of yards of Shirting from this bankrupt manufacturer,' worth
ui to 25c yard to Import, at 8 He yard.
SWEATERS- Surplus stock of men's, i
boys' and .infants' Sweaters wool
and Jersey, worth up to one dollar
and a quarter, p P 1
Men'i 75c extra heavy , t) 4 C
fleeeed Vndrwear . V'-'C
Wright s $1.60 Health fleoced QI.
silk Underwear, at yoc
Mautn8l.n .ur!??.?u1?! 1-50 10 4.50
Dr. Ruff's Health Underwear
Men' and Boys' Dicks 71- t CI
Gloves at, pair lO 1
Mep'a Prem and Fur qfi- i- A 08
Lined Gloves at 'OC 10 t.JO
Men s New Fall Neck- i en
wear, at, each JC lo
A Special Offer of
Mens $3.00 50
A great special for Saturday
the newest styles in men's high
grade shoes winter and med
ium weights will give fine
service our regu
lar $3.00 quality,
at , .... . wi3 ,
Gigantic Stock of
D?ruos Ilefter-Livingston Co.
WHO RETIRED FROM BUSINESS
Brandcis Secured Part
of this Enormoui Stock
at xk Actual Value
Boys' $4 and $5 Overcoats
and Suits Suits with
straight short pants
Overcoats long TQO
or short, ages )
4lo,17, at... C
Boys $6.00 and $7.00 Overcoats
and Suits Ages 4 to 17 long or
short stylish overcoats iJ7 Qfl
Knickerbocker or J 'vU
1 straight knee pants mi J
Boys' $1.50 and $2.00 Knick-OfV
erbocker Pants iUt
Boys' Long Pants Suits
ages 12 to 20 years
Boys' $1.00 and $1.25 all ,TQ
wool straight Knee Pants. JC
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EPPERSON NOT AMBITIOUS
(Continued from Third Page.)
riven under the auspices of the Aurora
Normal and Business college. The speaker
vai introduced by Hon. E. J. Halner, who
was formerly his colleague In congress and
personal friend. The subject of the lecture
was "Opportunity for the Young."
Dead Mas la Identified.
AIXIANCK, Neb., Nov. 23. (Special Tele
gram.) The- unidentified man who com
mitted suicide and was found tn the roar
of one of the saloons here several days
ago was Identified today by telegraphio de
scriptions aa Curtis Tarbox of Tucson,
Aria Relatives there have wired lo have
the body forwarded at once.
Vrslctsiaa Has Broke Lear.
BEATRICE. Neb., Nov. . (Special Tcie
gram. S. M. Burkey, a Union Pacific
brakeman, sustained a broken leg and se
vere bruises by falling from a box car near
Barneston. He stepped from the car as
the train broke tn two and escaped being
Rround ta pieces by rolling from the track.
Sews of Nebraska.
AL'BrR.N Two families have been quar
antined in thla city fur scariei fever. .They
are those of Harry Sellers and Paul GU-
COLUMBUS Attorneys Klgrutter and
Pennock of Omaha attended court here yes
BEATRICE Earl Blowers ia suffering
from blood poisoning, caused from a felon
on lils hand.
BRADSHAW The First National bank
of this place has deposits of Jin.'i.42. This
Dank Is one ot tne most prosperous DanKS
GENEVA Shickley and Geneva boys
played basket ball at the hlarh school last
night, resulting in a victory for the Geneva
team, 63 to 12.
BEATRICE There is considerable sick
ness in this locality at present, diphtheria,
pneumonia and mumps being the dluen.ses
BEATRICE! Hon. Samuel Rlnaker and
wife left for Carllnvllle, 111., yesterday,
being called there by the death of the lat
ter father, 8. T. Mayo.
SUPERIOR District court Is now In ses
sions engaged on the criminal docket. One
conviction hss been hsd for grand larceny
and a trial for arson is now on.
AUBURN News has just reached this
rlty of the marriage of George B. Weller,
formerly of this city, but now of Raw
lins, Wyo.; to Miss Florence Daley of that
OEN EVA The body of Walter Whltsel,
formerly of Geneva,, but who had been
staying for some time In Fremont, reached
here last night and was burled this morning
SUPERIOR Three elevators are the com
plement of Superior fur handling the trand
grain crop of this section The new one
of George Scoullar, Just finished, makes
BEATRICE A barn on the premises of
Mrs.-Mary Callely waa destroyed by fire
yesterday. The prompt arrival of the fire
department saved a number of buildings
from being destroyed.
SCHUYLER Little Myrtle Rouse, the
daughter of Ed Kouxe, passed away today
, from the effects of diphtheria This la the
i second tatal case of diphtheria in Schuyler,
I both being In this family.
BRADSHAW Abraham Bose died at his
home alter a lingering illness at the age
of 78 yearH. .Mr. Bose was a pioneer of
York county, having located here in 1879,
and was highly respected by all.
HUMBOLDT Miss Jessie Craig, a young
woman school teacher from south of the
city, was seriously hurt by being thrown
down and trampled upon by a driving
horse. whlQh became frightened at a pars
YORK A game of basket hall between
Sutton and York High schools will come
off at the high school gymnasium tomorrow
afternoon. The York avhool has made quite
a record so far and think they will win
SUPERIOR Mrs. Abble A. Adams is ex
pected home Monday from Boston, where
she has been superintending the printing
of the Journal of the National Woman's Re
lief corps, of which she has been prealdunt
the last year.
WEST POINT The death and burial of
William Fmlng, one of the oldest pio
neer settlers of Cuming county, is an
nounced. He had been a resident of Cum
ing county for thirty-four years and died
at the home of his son, Edgar, near Ran
dolph. WEST POINT-Mrs. Millie Farran, widow
Of the late 7'homas Karran, one of the best
known of the early settlers of Cuming
county, died . and was burled this week.
She was 74 years of age and died of cancer
of the stomach.
BEATRICE Livingston chapter No. 10,
Royal Arch Masons, elected these officers
last night: W. S. Bourne, high prlent;
Clemens A. Spellman, king; Noah M. R;an,
scrllie; Burt L. Bpellman, secretary; J. L.
YORK-W. W. Kratzcr and 8. 8. Banta
won first honors -in the preliminary debate
of the question of government ownership
and control of the railroads. They will
represent York college In the meet with
Central City on December 7.
HUMBOIJJT Funeral services were held
today over the remains of Miss Maty
Rtrltesky, who died on Tuesday at the
hospital for the insane at Lincoln. The
unfortunate woman had been an Inmate of
that Institution for about five years.
TEKAMAH The funeral of Mr.-B. R.
Latta was held here yesterday and was
one of the largest attended ever held here.
The floral tributes were magnificent, sev
eral of them being from Chicago and
Omaha friends of Mr. and Mrs. Latta.
COLUMBf-Henry Davis, a Union Pa
cltlc brakeman, was injured here Thursday
evening. Ha waa caught between the
freight platform and a freight car. It Is
thought his Injuries will not prove fatal.
He was taken to bt. Mary's hoepltal.
YORK Married, at the residence of the
hrlde'K parents, MIfs Anna Bertha rolling
and Myron George Phike of Des Moines,
C MM ST WAS
Is Now on Sale at
The FRUIT of the TREE
The New Novel by '
Author of "THE. HOUSE OF MIRTH "
MORE REBECCA STORIES
By KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
"DAYS OFF" n
By IIEISRY VAN DYKE
A delightful series ot Outdoor Papers
TOURING EUROPE IN AN AUTOMOBILE
Two brilliant descriptive articles by HENRY NORMAN
U0W GREAT BATTLES OF THE WAS WERE WON AND LOST
By CENCRAL C. P. ALEXANDER of tha Confederate Army
THE - CALL OF THE WEST" TO THE ENGLISHMEN
OF ELIZABETH'S TIME t By Sidney lee
A group of papers on American and Ehsabethaa England
C0UNWY AND HOME LIFE IN MODERN FRANCE
By MADAME WADDINGTON
THE CHASE OF THE OLD SFANISH TREASURE SHIPS
By JOHN C FITZPAtRICK, with Illustrations by Frank Brangwyn
SHORT STORIES by lilinj writers
Illustrations in blacM and white by noted artists. Unequalled color
printing by the newest processes. ,
Suascniac &4 Hr HtmlA? M Fntptctut tnj Seribnw tooi-mvt susscnisr
NOW ' at.t4 a Tear. tS Ceato Vuanber NOW
NC H A 1 L E. S 3 C R I B N E IV
O.N. S . N E W - Y O l II
la. Dr. John Creighton, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, officiated In the pres
ence of relatives and a few Intimate friends.
BEATRICE Word waa received yester
day announcing the death of Mrs. Johnson,
a former resident of this city, which oc
curred at hor home at Elmwood, III. She
was the mother of Mrs. A. J. McCallum of
this city, who left today to attend the
GENEVA The members of the Baptist
church gave a reception to their new pas
tor, Rev. F. L. Brooks, and Mrs. Brooks.
After addresses by the resident ministers
who were present, also by Rev. Mr. Brooks,
all partook of refreshments and spent a
pleasant evening. .
YORK The Woman's club of this city
has secured the services of Miss Jane
brownlee of Toledo, O., an educator of na
tional fame, to give lectures on Friday
and Saturday evening to the teachers of
this city and county on "Ethical Instruc
tion In the Public- School. '
PIjATTSMOL'TH At the regular meeting
of the Robert R. Livingston council No, 21,
R. and L. M., the following olltcers were
elected for the ensuing year: T. I. M.,
H. J. Phelps; D.-M-. Adam Kurts: P. C. W.,
J. C. Peterson; treasurer, A. W. White;
recorder, J. M. Robertson.
COLUMBl'8 Columbus has another club
now. It waa bern ot the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Robinson. . Though It has not
taken a name yet, It Is for social enter
tainment, and .Is officered Mrs. H. B.
Robinson, president; Rev. r. Arthur J.
Wescott, rice president; Miss Eloiie Roen,
secretary, and Albert Becker, treasurer.
BEATRICE Dr. F. E. Stewart has re
turned from Morris Bluffs, la., where he
purchased a number- of standard bred
horses. Among the number are Wa Wan,
Hire of Spill, 2:10; Redwood. 2:10,, and
('onneciuence, Waconla and Fannie Rimae.
He brought back Sequel. 2:13', who will
be driven by. Fred Kohare next season.
BEATRICE The funeral services for the
late P. M. Hagerman were held today at
in o'clock from the Methodist church at
Ellley under the auspices of the Mannnlc
Uidtfe. The remains were Interred In Ever
green Home cemetery at this place, and a
large, number of Masons from this city
attended the ritualistic services at the
WEST POINT Jesse Spencer, a Cuming
county young man, has been appointed
government meat inspector st Portland,
Ore., and has left for that place to assume
the poaitlon. This Is the second appoint
ment of a Cuming county ctiiien to a posi
tion In the bureau of animal Industry, Dr.
W. E. McCray of West Point being the
TEKAMAH The funeral of Mrs. Jee
Spielinan will be held this afternoon, mak
ing the fifth for this week. Mrs. Rplelman
was an old resident of this county, having
come here In 1V.7. She leaves three sons
sr.d three daughters, all living In this
county, except Lloyd at Hartington,
and Will (.. who Is In Chi!e, Souih Amr
ica, manner of the Barber Asphalt com
pany. TEPl'MSEH The local poultry market
Is very low. not withstanding the fact that
Tharksglvlng is at hand. A Tecumsoh com
mlxglon firm advertiaes the following prirfcn
for tixiay (Friday): Old torn tnrkeja, W
cents per ounl; hen turkeys, i; cents;
chicken. 6' cents: ducks. bV rents; geej,
;tfc cents. The prices are several cenis
lower than la?; year, and lowwr than they
have been In many years.
TAHI.E ROCK Cvnriin liwice V.i 14
Knlfe'ins of PyU-iae, held Its annual elec-
lion jtionoay evening. i ne following o
Hhem enjoining it from maintaining Its
stock yards In the present location, it be
ing alleged tiiat It Is kept In an unsanitary
condition, and the other enjoining It from
continuing an embankmet across a natural
waterway, causing floods In the lower part
of the city for several seasons Just passed,
are now being heard In tho district court.
Judge Hanna presiding.
GRAND ISLAND Every slot machine or
other game of chance, in whatever place of
business cigar stores, confectioneries, sa
loons or pharmacies, disappeared with the
dawn of today when the new ordinance
prohibiting them went into effect. There
is considerable criticism of the mayor's and
council's action by those financially Inter
ested, but on the whole public sentiment
strongly sustains the city administration.
flCPERIOR An old man "named Cellar
dropped dead In the barber shop here this
afternoon about 8:30. His residence is at
Waverly, Kan. He and his aged wife had
been for some time on a visit here to their
son, J. A. Cellar, who Is a brakeman on
the Santa Fe passenger train. Deceased
was 77 years of age. The funeral will be
held Friday morning, when the remains
will be taken to his home In Waverly
HUMBOLDT John Power, one of the
leading feeders of the city, who went, down
to New Mexico a month ago for a shipment
of sheep, came home without them yester
day owing to a coal famine which waa
being experienced by a small road out of
San la. Fe, over whlcn he was compelled lo
ship. He had been waiting for weeks for
carp, and when this last contingency aroae
he gave up and came home, leaving scveial
thousand sheep to be shipped later.
GRAND ISLAND In the district court
today F. J. Wallage, the liveryman who
xhot and killed W. W. Hlllis about ten
days ago. was admitted to ball, bond
,hing fixed at MO.noo. The sureties were
put under oath to qualify to the amount of
the bond. They are Mr: Boquette, partner
of Wallage; Mr. Balrd and son of Merrick
countv and Fremont, renpectlvely, relatives
of Wallage, and Fred Beberniss of this
city, a well-to-do German farmer. The
charge Is murder In the first degree. In
the argument on the motion for ball the
state would not give any Indication of the
evidence it has and which induced it to
change tha complaint from manslaughter
to first degree murder. In the rase are
W. H. Thompson and C G. Ityan for the
defendant, and A. C. Mayer. R. R. Horth
and W- A. Prince for the state. It la not
now expected that the trial will be held at
tMs term of court, since ball hue been
CVT GLASS Frenier, 16ih and Cudge.
Robbers Commit Murder.
ARKANSAS CITY. Kan., Nov. IS -Early
today two masked men- in an attempt to
hold up the St. Charles hotel here shot and
instantly killed William Gotr, the night
i clerk, and wounded H. A. Halpin, an a-ior,
ho badly that he died a few hours later.
The meh were MUtng In the hotel office
when the rohbers entered. They wre or
dered to throw up their hands, but before
they rould eomnly with the command the
robber? opened fire, afterward making good
Don't fail to read ad. No. 3, page 1.'.
licers were elected; Chancellor,
LoiiKwell: vice chancellor. F. A. Tayloi;
pitlate, A. I. Oit: M. of W.. J. N. Phil
lips: M. of V.. Fred M. Col well; M. of E.,
Charli-s I. Harris: K. of K. and S., G. 11.
lxipp; M. of A., H. J. Brown; inirer guard,
Rufus Mapes; outer guard, C. H. Car
michael. TABLE ROCK The fine l-acre farm of
Mr. Marg.net L. Courd. about six miles
Houlh of Table itiM'k, has jusl been xold
lor lis per aire. The purchaser waa Eau
!avin, who owns the farm adjoining it, on
the west. Tals farm waa taken trout the
government by the late James Is. Coerd,
Mm Coatd's huxband, about forty-tive
years since, and ia one of the few farms
ot the county that has never before btn
GRAND ISLAND The canes of the city
Bgainst tho Burlington i:lioJ, uui of
Ckaace Qaeea Jt Creseeat.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 2S. It was an
nounced here today that Horace Raker,
general superintendent of the southern dis
trict of the Mlneourl Pacific railroad, with
headquarters at Little Rock, Ark., has
heen appointed general manager of the
Quen it Crescent svsfein, to succeed W.
A. Garrett, who recently resigned to ac
cept th vice presidency of the Seaboard
AN OLD and WKM-TRIED REM ED V.
FOR nVFtR BIXTT YfARS
MBS. WIJKSLOW'n BOOTHIA a mtv
has been used for ever SIXTY YEARS by
MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their CHIL
DREN WHILE TEETHING. WITH PKK
J'b; "T Sl'CCtbd. IT SOOTH KS the CHIl D
SOFTENS the Gl'MS, ALLAVS all PAl.N'i
CURES WIND COLIC, and Is the beat
remedy for DIARRHOEA. Sold by Drug,
gluts in every pari of the wond. Be sure
MKS.VlXSLOW'S SOOTHIXQ BVIU'l
10c CIGARS FOR 5c
Our plan of gelling 10c domestic
cigars for 5c has become known all
over the country. 10c cigars have been
jo Id before, for three for a quarter, and
as low as 6c and 7c, but no dealer in
the country has ever sold 10c cigars
for 5c until we set the pace.
We again wish to call the attention
of the smoking public to the fact that
we have recently built a Humidor that
will hold at least a half million cigars.
We are therefore in a better position
to care for our cigars than any dealer
in Omaha. The steam heat has been
turned on. but It will not affect the
condition of our cigars this year.
10c Victoridad Clear Havana Con
chas Finas Especial 6c, or $2.50 per
box of 50.
10c Victoridad Clear Havana Purl
tanas Extra 6c. or $2.50 per box of 60.
10c Queen Victoria Periectos 6c,
or $2.50 per box of 60. :
lOo Inventors Conchas Especial 6c, 1
or $2.30 per box of &0.
10c Inventors Perfectos 5c, or $2.60
per box of 50.
10c Imperial Crest. Perfectos 5e, er'
$2.60 per box of 50.
10c Imperial Creist Boque't 6c, or'
$2.50 per box of 60. .
' 10c La Desxa Perfectos 6c, or $1.26'.
per box of 25. -
10c Banquet Conchas 5c, or $2.B0;
per box of 50. , .
10c Banquet Invlnclbles 5c, or $2.60
per box of 50. ;
10c Banquet Bismarka 6c, or $2.50'
r,r hnv of aft ..' . i
10c LaTonlca Perfectos 6c, or $2.50
per box of 50.
10c Vlrginlus. Rufus Regalia 6c, oi ;
$3.60 per box of 50.
10c Flor de Qounod Invluclbles 5c,"
or $2.50 per box of 60.'
10c Flor de Gounod Perfectos la,,
or $2.60 per box of 50. .
10c Hoffman House Perfectos Extra '
5c, or $2.50 per box of 50.
Last, but not least, our celebrated ,
Combinations Nos. 1, 2 and 8, five 10
cigars for 26c.
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.
Cut Rate Cigar Dealers,
BLlli.rwVlU AM) t A 11 -NAM STS.
SCUOOI.I iliD COLLEGES.
COU-goB CUMlcal, sctcstiaa. SUuaBiiui cvuim. I
Al AlM.M Aa urdll4 H'k Kkoo) arevWM Utf .
tecilevut er snjr otur coh t nivri.
Normal, school Iiratuuri aa d t4A4
cuvrwft. CrtlQcAtc gral4. ' .
CO.sck.aVA'ToKY TMucr sasl, puaa, TMaa,
vioiia, KKHtioa aoe art.
OMAHA COMact'luNa Clactrto lis an Barluuj.
lam rellnar. Pour klu4a bwaMUrlaa.
ilirm rrMl4t Widaven. liMk
TWENTIETH CENTURY- FARMER
Must 1'rugresalve JearaaL
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