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TFTF OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER V,
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16Ii2 & tXrNAM STREETS. OMAHA.
CThe ropUa X oral tors and Oarpct Co. Establish la 1UT.)
$25 Ladies3 Suits Saturday
Tailor-Made Walking Styles New Fall Materials
(JUST EXACTLY LIKE ILLUSTRATION)
MAIL ORDERS FILLED UP TO NEXT TUESDAY
This wonderful value is made of all wool striped suiting comes in all
colors jacket is 28 ins. long, collar inlaid with velvet and trimmed
with soutache, collar, cuffs and vents trimmed with self colored buttons
jackets lined throughout with guaranteed
quality striped Venetian, vskirt is 17 gored
flare, has inverted pleat down front, and
trimmed around bottom and front with bias
folds and buttons. A $25.00 Suit on Sale Sat
urday for only '.
FALL CLOTHING FOR MEE1 AND
Bright cloth patterns and snappy styles of great variety give unusual
interest to this exhibit of tasteful apparel. For Saturday sell
ing, we have grouped a number of our latest
and newest styles of men's suits and have
priced them so low that no man can af f o r d
to wear his old suit any longer. $22.50 and
$17.50 values Saturday for
$15.00 and ...
Men's Work Shoes
Made In the beet quality of guaranteed
leather, In this neason'8 new
est style lasts. Trices range
from $3.50 on down to
Men's Fine Hose
Colors are black and tan, cannot
bought elsewhere under 1 Be a
pair. Limit of three pairs to
a customer, at
OlothM Hi U
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE U.P
Fifteen Director Will Be Elected at
Salt Lake City October 13.
WILL ORDER BUYING OF CUT-OFF
Purchase of the Lane Line One ot th
Matter to Cm Before the
Board Dividend to Be
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the t'nton Pacific will be held at Salt
Iake City Tuesday, October IS. The usual
quarterly dividend of tl.10 a share on com
mon utO' k and the semi-annual dividend of
12 a share on common stock have been de
clared and will be paid October 1. The
niut'ers to come before the annual meeting,
ai ant forth In the call, nre:
Mi To fieri fifteen director: (2) to ap
prove, the form and to authorise and direct
iln execution atid delivery to the Egultnt
''mm . mmmiiv nf Nw York. us trustee
th company's flrit lien and refunding
m;irn. Huti .Turn. 1 1XjN nf an lnden
turn for the mimosa ut sublfdlng, and to
take all other action necessary or tip
prop:Ittte to subject, to the lien and provl
Di..n. tt hixi.i tirvt ttMti Atid refunding mort
gaae, nil the railroads of the company, and
thrlr f ranchmen and appurtenance, Includ
ing eaulDment. subject und that may be-
co-v.K subject, to the lien of the company s
f'.ret mortgage, dated July 1, 1S'7, to the
Mercantile Trust company, as trustee (sub-
iwi hnwevcr to Knlit fti-Ht iiiortaatfel. ami
to con urn t tn and authorise un' increase of
the iue of raid flrt Ten and refunding
luortKiiHre 4 per cent bond In accordance
with the provisions of eaid mortpraae to
s:,fl.On.io. of which IliK'.0l.i i B- to be re
served for tho refunding or i'oo compuny's
first mortguMe lullroad and land grant
tier cut it .Id bonds to mature July 1, tlHT,
mWl(ii.ti to lie resi rved fir issue from
tuna to time hercufter for the purples and
We won't have to sing
very loud in praise of our
new Autumn lines after you
have once inspected them.
So just a word to let you
know they're ready. Our
suits and overcoats are tHe
height of perfection in mod
ern dress for young men and
men who stay young. Prices
$40.00 to $20.00.
Expert Clothes Fitters
107 South 16!h St.
upon the conditions and restrictions
forth and provided In paid first Hen and
refunding mortgage; (3) to authorize and
provide for the purchase of the railroad,
with Its franchises and appurtenances, and
all other property of the rknith Omaha &
Western Railroad company, corporation
of the state of Nebraska; and 4 to tran
sact all such other business hs mav legally
come before the meeting. Including the ap-
roval and ratification of all action or trie
card of directors and of the executive com
mittee since the last annual meeting of the
stockholders of the company.
The South Omaha & Western Railroad
company referred to In the call Is more
commonly known as the Lane cut-off and
all of Its stock is owned by the Union Pa
cific Railroad company.
Union Pacific Earnings.
The official figures are out showing tho
earnings of the Union Pacific for the month
of June, 10S, and for the twelve months
ending Juno SO. Previous figures have been
estimates. The report shows the groan rev
enue to have decreased $556,813. 42 In June
and the operating expenses decreased $815,-
652, making an Increase of the revenue over
operating expenses and taxes of $237,841.76.
The report of the twelve months shows
that the gross revenue haa decreased $292,
785.59, while the operating expenses have
increased $1,510,933.12 and the taxes In
creased $3CS,780, making the total Iticreag
In taxes and operating expenses of $1,876,
713.82. The amount of revenue over oper
ating expenses and taxes showed a decrease
of $2,169.459.41 for the year.
Bneelal for Ak-Sar-Ren.
Tne Nortnwestern is already lining up
special trains for Ak-Sar-Bcn, having ar
ranged for special service from Carroll,
Ohkdale, Norfolk, Lincoln and Onawa and
Intermediate points. Tho transportation
committee has made application for reduced
rates, and while nothing definite has been
given out by the roads the board of gov
ernors In confident Omaha will secjre
rates. Lincoln got raie3 and so did Sioux
City and Mitchell, 8. D., and Des Moines.
Samson has sent out his posters all over
the west saying that reduced rates will be
given. The Krug Brewing company has
put Its beautiful posters of the king's high
way all over the stute and all Nebraska
will soon learn that it is nearly time to
come to Omaha for tho fall festivities.
Trains for I.andseekers.
Prospective settlers are flocking Into the
towns of registration for the Tripp county
lands which the government is about to
throw open for settlement. Reports jhow
that several hundred a day are already
passing through the town of Bon.'steol to
look over the lands, which are easily
reached from Pallas and Oregnry. The
dates of registration are October 5 to li
and the date of the drawing Is October 19.
The Northwestern officials have estimated
that at least 65, people will attend this
opening and preparations are already being
made for handling the crowds. The man
lucky enough to draw a part of the s00,W0
acre will draw a prise, as the land costs
him but $6 an acre and Is now worth from
$30 to $40 an acre.
Committee of Adjnatment.
The general committee of adjustment of
the Order of Railroad Conductors on the
Union Pacific system is in sicsiun at Hotel
Loyal and consists of W. H. Jamison,
chairman, Denver; H. C. Palmer, secretary,
Kansas City; C. A. Clark, vice president,
Rawlins; W. S. Spangler. Kansas City;
Charles Mclntyre, Denver; Ct A. Weir.
North Platte; Ueorge Hull. Grand Island;
C. E. Mcintosh. Council Bluffs; A. M.
Selbert, Cheyenne; Thomas Shell, Evans
ton; C. A. Wlnans, Ogden. This Is the
regular biennial meeting and nothing but
minor Irregularities and routine matters
are subject to consideration at this time.
snt ! J. L. Urandels & Sons Thursday afternoon.
John Burns was sentenced to thirty davs
In Jail by Judge Crawford.
Two gallons of varnish belonging to E.
G. Parker cost John Verdon 13) nnd Mists
In police court Friday morning. Verdon
assumed ownership of the varnish with
out the consent of Parker.
HARRIMANS HAPPY AT TIME
Memnera of Distinguished Party Ex
press Delicti t at Their Enter
tnlnnient In Omaha.
"We have had a better time in Omaha
than at any place since we left New York, "
said one of the younger members of the
Harriman party at Union station on leav
ing for the east, and the sentiment was
seconded by several others.
Quite a tribute was paid to Mr. Mohler
at the station when all the members of the
Harriman party, as If by prearranged
plans, came to the rear platform of Mr.
Harrlman's private car. Arden, and threw
a rose each at Mr. Mohler as the train
was pulling out.
Roland Harriman, the 12-year-old son of
the magnate, had his wish of killing a
bear gratified. When the party went west
through Omaha Roland had blood hounds
of all sizes and descriptions and although
some of them looked more like rabbit dogs
than bear dogs, the young hunter was able
to run down a bear with them in Oregon.
He also had a good shot at another bear,
which got away.
At the close of the speechmaklng at the
r iem ciuo i nursaay nignt a corner was
cleared In the dance hall, which was used
as tne tisnquet room, and the younger
members of the Harriman party enjoyed a
waltz. Averlll Harriman, 17 years of age,
made the suggestion as he had been ad
miring the dance floor all evening nnd
when his dance was finished he remarked
that "We" don't have such nice dancing
floors In New York."
While Mr. Harriman publicly expressed
his approval of the splendid Informal re
ception tendered him, the othnr members
of his family were equally pleased with
the entertainment and did not hesitate to
JUDGE THESE SPECIALS
Some people value goods by the price they pay others by the richness of the fixtures in the store in which they buy;
others those who represent practical, sensible peoplevalue goods by the goods. We want you to judge our furniture from
the standjKnnt of value of actual worth.
We offer only that practical, substantial kind of furniture that insures lasting satisfaction. It's the best kind of furniture
for us to sell the best kind for you to buy. "Vc invite your attention today to a number of special offerings in goods which,
from the standpoint of quality, are unmatchable bargains.
CREDIT ON YOUR OWN TERMS
Oak finish, just like Illustration;
larg and roomy. Special price
I r this sale
KtMAKKAtfLE VALUE IN KU&S
19x Brussels Bugs, no mitre V1
seams, llrm weave, special .,,
Brussels Bare, 10 f t , 6 in. - O AS
by 8 ft., II in. best quality
Wilton Velvet Bags, xl2, 1 fYss
high pile, sort and rich
Seamless Wilton TelTet Bug, 2 2 76
lZxl, oriental designs rfs
Smith's Best Axmlaster Bug, 2J.'80
first Quality, guaranteed
Smyrna Bugs, 62x26 in., beautiful pat- " .96
terns, at special price
Mad ot solid fk, ft. rxtPfiBion,
fitted with mrt running glides.
heavy leg, turned and fluted, special
BED SPRING MATTRESS
Bed is of above design, heavy and substantial.
popular colors; 2 sizes, 4 ft. 6 in. and 3 ft. 0 in.
Mattress haa sort top, taped edge.
Springs of the beBt pliable
. . ....
A Few of the Man Carpet Specials
Bruasela Carpet, splendid
quality fine fur wetir ,
Bxtra Brnasele Carpets, miur-
anteed coloriiiK", very durable ...
Tslvet Carpet, high pile, very
rich and beautiful
WUton Velvet Carpet, best grade
all wool, high, sort pile
Ingrain Carpet, 36 Inches wide,
irood wearlus; quality, yard
All Wool Ingrain Carpet,
firm, heavy weave, yard.'.
to a full
size bed -compartment
bed din it
Dresser In Oak
The dressers are made in gol
den oak or mahogany finish.
They are Of handsome design,
have extra large French plate
mirror, set In .carved mirror
frame. The above price rep
resents a S3 1-3 per cent reduction.
Feather your nest"
141-4-1416-1416 DQUQLAS ST
Ousranteed for five years: complete with
hlrh warming closet as shown In Illus
tration. The Steel Rang Is a marvel for
the money the best ever sold at any
where near the price. Haa six large, full
else S-lnch holes, has extra large square
oven. Is beautifully ornamented wltb
D0LL1STER LEADS R1NSLER
Has Majority of Seventeen on ths
CHANCE TOR TEE ON THIS VOTE
Crosby Mae Taken No Steps Thus Far
to (Wateat the Betarna on Cor
oner Glvln Brewer the
Preliminary footings ,of the official rote
as canvassed by the primary board show
that the republican nomination for county
attorney may go to T. A. Holllster Instead
of J. C. Kinaler, as the unofficial tally In
dicated. Without the Third precinct of the
Eleventh ward, which the board threw
out bodily on account of the unsatisfactory
condition of the books, Holllster haa an
even 2,VX votes and Kinsler 1,483, a ma
jority of 17 for Hollister.
If a recount of the rejected precinct Is
made and the unofficial figures are cor
rect, the vote will be a tie, each candi
date receiving 2.511 votes. It Is considered
probable a recount will be demanded, li
order to settle the matter.
W. C. Crosby, who hud Intended filing a
demand for a recount on coroner, took no
action KrlJay morning, and said he had
not made up his mind what he would do.
On tk faoe of the returns Bre wer bus a
majority of 48 over him If the vote from tha
rejected precinct is counted, or 37 if it is
The board completed the canvass yester
day afternoon and only the work of total
ing the vote remains unless the recount
support of the Dahlman Democracy club."
This Is the recapitulation of Jim Dahl
man to the man who licked him.
"I -will not content the nomination of
Mr. Bhallonberger," says Our Jim, as he
sllhks under cover of party policy, and
gets In the clear for the lightning to strike
him two years hence.
POUCHER MAY LEAVE OMAHA
Seward Street Pastor, with I.eldr and
Bnrtle, I.lkely to Depart
Two Omnha mln Ike rs and one from Ben
son are very likely to leave this city for
charges In other fields after the meeting
of the next Methodist church conference,
which will begin at Stanton, Neb., Septem
ber 13. Kev. B. D. Hurtle, assistant pastor
of the First Methodist church; Rev. John
F. Poucher of the Seward Street church
and the Kev. J. M. Iidy of the Benson
church will probably be moved by the
church dlgnltarieB when they get together
for the annual meeting.
- The Rev. Mr. Bart I e bus been planning
for some time to leave and has been of
fered the pastorate of churches in several
different places. He will go, us Is the
Methodist custom, to the church which Is
assigned to him, but the strictness of this
rule is being lessened and the Methodist
conferences aro leaning more and more to
the practice of the Congregational churches
in allowing their own Inclinations and the
wishes of the congregations In choosing
their pulpits. None of the ministers are
certain of their transfer tet any other place
or of the fact that they will be trans
The conference will be held at Stanton,
Neb., from September 28 to the 28th. Bishop
Mclntyre will preside; Rev, . E. T. George
ot Trinity church, Omaha, Is secretary,
and the Rev. O. A. Luce of the Pearl
Memorial church is treasurer. The Rev.
V. A. Oorst of Omaha, who is district
superintendent, tha officer formerly known
as presiding elder, will be one of those who
confer with others to decide the fate of the
DARLOW SAYS KING EXCELS
Sees Several Eastern Carnivals, bnt
None to Compare with
"I saw the great carnivals at Asbury
Park, Atlnntio City, Bellmar and Bpring
Lake and really I must say that not one
if thete much touted eastern festivals com
pared In actual merit with our own Alegar-Hen
festivities each autumn," said Al
fred Dariow, who, with Mrs. Darlow anJ
their children, has Just returned from a
visit up and down the Atlantic seacoust.
"I was a careful observer at these various
plactti, and whllo they all were good not
on - tanked with Ak-Sar-Bcn. It la really
gratifying to an Omahan to perceive how
well aUvertiwed is Ak-Sar-Ben in the east.
People you wouldn't expect to know a
thing about It are well informed on It."
Mr. Darlow waa the special guest of Uer
rlt Fort for two days In New fork. They
were close friends for several yeara when
both mere with the Union Paciilo In Oniah i.
Mr. Foit lias lieen with the New York Cen
tral since leaving Omaha, holding a very
high position with the passenger depart
ment. Several tempting business offer have
come to Mr. Darlow since leaving his old
place as advertising manager of the Union
Pacific September 1 some from other rail
roads and one or two from large business
Institutions, but he has made no move to
ward sceptlng any. He is devoting his
lime at prevent to managing tils own Inter
ests, chief of which is the C. D. Thompson
NOTES OF FEDERAL COURT
Grand Jarr for the Fall Term Will
Not lie Empanelled I'ntll
The Cnlted States circuit court clerk has
sent out statements that the time for filing
notices for trial for the September term of
court All! expire September 18.
.The grand Jury for the fall term will not
lie empiimlled until late in October. T.io
petit Jury will be empanelled during the
second week In October.
The early days of the September teirm of
the federal courts which begins Beptcmber
will be devoted to the hearing of mo
tions and the assignment ot trial cases.
SHOPMAN APPEALS HIS CASE
Ham Flue fur Alleged Theft front
easterner Will Go to Higher
John Doe. who conducts a ahoe repairing
shop on South Sixteenth street, waa fined
1?5 and costs in police court Friday morn
ing for the alleged theft of a pocketbook
containing $12 belonging to Bertha Hercht.
The woman claims she bought a pair of
shoe strings In tha repair shop and left
her pocketbookon the counter. Returning,
the proprietor denied any knowledge of
the pocketbook to her. te appealed the
For stealing twenty yards ot Silk from
MRS. MAGUIREJ30ES ON WEST
Nets Oat for Wyomlna; to Visit a
lltiDKhlrr, So Family Here
From the direction taken by Mrs. Mary
Magulre, mother of Mrs. K RAiturst, 24i0
Blondo street, who left the home of her
daughter Sunday afternoon, her relatives
believe the demented woman has started
for the home of another daughter living in
Wyoming. Mrs. Maguire left her daugh
ter's home Sunday afternoon at 11:15 and
Mr. Hurst has learned that she ate supper
at the home of Mrs. Kelger on the south
western limits of Benson that evening and
that later some man driving a bay team
gave her a ride west- of Benson, picking
her up about two miles west of that city.
Mr. HOrst says that his mother-in-law
seemed to have an Idea Sunday that aiio
was going to accompany her granddaugh
ter to her home at Rollins, Wyoming,
where Mrs. Magulre's other daughter,
Mrs. Harry Phelan, lives. Miss Phelen, 17
years of age, spent Sunday at the Hurst
home on her way back to Rollins from a
visit at Racine. Wis. The grandmother
talked as though she was going with the
girl to the western city and while Mr.
Hurst had gone to the train to see Mlsa
Phelan off, his mother-in-law disappeared.
telling Mrs. Hurst that she was going to
Mrs. Phelan In Rollins has been notified
of the disappearance of Mrs. Magulre, but
she telegraphed Mr. Hurst on Friday that
she had heard nothing from her. Mr.
Hurst says that his wife's mother gener
ally gives her maiden name, Mary Ann
Dalton, that she left his home with ' no
wrap or hat and had no money with her,
Mrs. Hurst Is deeply worried and fears
her mother, who Is past W yeara of age,
will meet with an accldefrt- before she la
found. The description of the aged woman
haa been furnished the officers In all
nearby ettlea and towns.
SUIT FOR SUM PAID ON NOTE
Trustee of Allen M. Stewart Company
Wants to Bersner Two
Sidney W. Smith, trustee of the Allen M.
Stewart company, which went Into bank
ruptcy last April, has started suit In dis
trict court to recover $2,000 which it is as
serted the officers of the company paid to
the Merchants National bank shortly be
fore the bankruptcy proceedings were
started. The money was paid to discharge
a note held by the bank against the com
pany, but the trustee affirms the note
should have been listed with the other lia
bilities ot the company and taken it turn
with the rest. After the money had been
paid over, the petition states, there re
mained but $1,600 in assets to cover 18.&00 In
The note in question, according to the
petition, was signed by Allen M. Stewart,
president of the company, whose where
abouts are declared to be unknown. The
note was endorsed by the other offii'ers of
the company and this Is given as the reason
they were anxious to pay it before bank
ruptcy proceedings were started.
The petition asks the court to annul the
payment of the money and declare It a part
of the assets with which to pay creditors.
possesses sufferers from lung trouble tilt
they learn Dr. King's New LMtcovery will
help them, too snd 11 01. Beaton Drug Co.
OUR JIM NOW A RANK QUITTbR
Dahlasan Offers to Snpnort shallen-hera-er,
Whom He Denoanced
14 Fiery Terms.
Jame-a Charles Dahlman. Our Jim, the
man with a backbone, has decided to sup
port for governor of Nebraska a man who
a few night ago he was denouncing as a
"railroad tool," "trimmer,'' "trlur to
Bryan," and a few other carefully selected
In other words, Our Jim list crawled
down off his bucklrg broncho, thrown away
his lariat, ditched his gun ani 1s mw
knocking his head on the ground to Ash
ton C. ahallenbergrr.
"Congrstulatlf m cn ; o ir nim!natl-n.
re: mil me to otter to you the heartiest
MRS. D. '
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of a tonic stimulant to build up body, brain
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Recently they wrote: "'ou will be
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Mrs. White had a bad attnek of the
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White, 709 East Duchanan Street,
MR. D WHITE.
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