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THE OMATTA DAILY BEE: SATUKDAY. OCTOHKR 24. 1P0S.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
moot rlnt It.
Blamoads, Iiaholm, Jeweler.
Sadolpk r. Swoboda, Public AccouataaU
Pa BUnrk for Quality clear, lit S. ltlh
Binshart, photographer, llth & Farnam.
Bcwiaa, 117 N. II. Dourlae nn, II 0.
Electrical wiring and aepaire Bunesa
Oranden company, 15U Howard street.
Emtabl tlXa Pollcaa slant drafta at
maturity. H. L. Keely. manager. Omaha.
srvlcea at Mount Bin at Tempi Haubl
Cohn will apeak tonight at Mount btanl
temple on the tubject "The First Ureal
For Tornece or Hot Watar Combtnatlom
heating tho Omaha Stove Itepalr Wurka,
i:06 Douglas. Eel! Tel. houg. 60, Ind.
rrank X. Bouff's Mother Dtad The
p alien have a tin s.sntfe that the mother of
Frank Lu liouff. supposed to be In Omaha,
H dnd at Ht. Jospph, Mo. An effort Is be.
In K ntudt to locate ill in.
Home Terrace Flat Filed Tlie plat of
Home Ti-rruce addumn, located between
Thirty-seventh and Fortieth strrota and
Martha and Arbor streets, has been filed
Willi the register of deods.
Keep your money ana valuables In a
safe deposit box In ttie American Safe De
posit Vaults In The Hee building, which la
absolutely burglar and fireproof. Boxes
lent tor only 14 a year or 11 a quarter.
Solomon Olrl Oets Hearlnr Monday
nul.ih Solomon, the girl caught ahop
liltlng with two companions, will have a
hearing In Juvenile court Monday. She
has been removed to the Detention school
and a compliant charging her with de
linquency was filed Friday In the district
Prisoners Charged with Murder Deputy
Shot Iff Hoilgere of . Dlamondvllle, Wyo.,
with lo prisoners whom he arrested In
Minnesota ami is taking back to Wyoming
to answer, dull gen of murde r, was In the
city Thursday nlht. The . prisoners, who
are laborers formerly employed on a rail
roading gang", being placed In a cell at the
city Jail for safe keeping. The deputy
Hherlff left with (he men early Friday
Woman of Resort are Fined A fine of
i- and contn was Imposed on Marie Hill
of 1'tlS Douglas 'street In police court Krl
cl.iy morning. Two women Inmates of her
resort were given 111 fines. This Is the
place that was raided recently by the
police oti suspicion of the women harbor
ing young girls. However, the charge pre
ferred agaltiHl them Friday was only that
of keeping and being Inmates of a dis
Term in Fen for Losing Temper Be
lauae he couldn't keep his temper after
losing a crap game, John E. Reynolds, a
South Omaha negro, will have to spend a
year r.nd a half in the penitentiary. Rey
nolds was shooting craps with Charles
Roberts, another negro. Roberts won and
tills angered Reynolds so he followed htm
out on the street and slashed him. Rey
nolds pleaded guilty before Judge Sears
Federal Court at Llnooln The fall
term of the federal courts will beght at
Lincoln next Monday, with Judge T. C.
M linger on the bench.. The grand Jury will
be empaneled Tuesday. United States Dis
trict Attorney Uoss will supervise the
Kiund Jury proceedings there, which will
have cognizance of only such cases as
originate in the South Platte or Lincoln
district. II is possible thut the trial term
of the court will go over until after the
Florence Annoyed by Thieves Petty
robberies. huv. been annoying the people of
Kloi"pnceoi" Bvverirt days -and an effort
Is being tirade lc trup the perpetrators.
Wednesday night a thief entered the
chicken house ot V. SI.' King, 1n tho heart
of the city, and stole u number of valuable
fowls. The same night fifteen bushels of
potatoes were stolen from Charles Oreen,
who lives across the street from King. It
The Vulcan Gas Heater
Is Just what you
neptl these chilly
burning a furnace
fire, and acts
The Vulcan Is the
kind that saves gas
and the only odor
less heater made,
prices from $11.50
Come and see how
Miller, Stewart & Beaton
415. 15-17 So. 16th St.
Is believed the fani gnrg committed both
Old Freight BUI Chestnut Works By
the time-worn plea of having a freight bill
to pay anal nothing but a cheek for $750
that could not be cashed at 3:30 o'clock
Thursday afternoon, two men who were
thought to bo experienced confidence ex
perts wheedled $113 out, of Oscar Boyer of
Perry, la., while the men were walling at
t'nlon station. The check given Boyer as
security for his cash was worthless, being
a poor piece of work on a blank of the
Fourth National bank of Wichita, Kan.
Terdlct for 9160, Baed for $10,000 The
Jury In tho case of Wllber Hall against the
Chicago & Northwestern brought In a ver
dict Friday morning for $150 in favor of
Hall after being out about twenty-four
hours. Mr. Hall sued for $10,000. The suit
wss for personal Injuries received by Hall
while In the employ of the railroad com
pany with the bridge gang. He was struck
on the head by a derrick rrank that had
got beyond control whereby tth his hear
ing and eyesight were permanently Injured.
The accident happened In March. IMS. The
trial had been on since last Monday.
City Kail Compliments Omaha Copies
of the City Hall, the official publication of
the Lesgue of American Municipalities, de
livered In Omaha Friday, praise this city
In the highest terms In a lengthy account
of the recent convention held In Omaha.
The paradea given by the Ak-Sar-Ben gov
ernors come In for the largest share of at
tention, while the trips given the delegates
In the McKeen motor cars and hy the
street car company and the drill by the
Second cavalry at Fort Omaha are also
spoken of appreciatively. "We are glad
we came," the publication quotes the dele
gates as having said.
Little Johnnie Craves Travel Little
Johnnie Murray, years of age, has a
mania for running away from home. Fri
day morning he was nicked up by Patrol
man J. B. Wilson ant taken to the police
station, where he was booked as an Incor
rigible and taken In charge by Probation
Officer Bernstein. It la said that Johnnie
takes a notion every so often that the
great unknown world lying around Mm
ought to be explored, ao ha starts out to
become learned In the craft of his elders
and generally Is met by a sturdy bluecoat
before he goes far enough to get Into
trouble. The police station often receives
telephone messages from the child's pa
rents Inquiring If he has been found.
ALMA MAN MUST PAY UP
"hallenberger Held by Supreme Co art
a Responsible for Note
A. C. Bhallenberger. democratic candi
date for governor, arrived In Omaha Friday
morning. 8 multaneously there arrived the
news that the supreme court of Nebraska
has Just ruled that Mr. Shallenberger must
pay an obligation which he tried to escape
on a technicality.
The Judgment of the lower court Is re
versed and the case remanded. The Home
Savings bank of Fremont was the appel
lant who won in the supreme court. The
bank had brought an action upon a written
guaranty of a note for $S30.O5, made In
1902 by W. P. Summers, Sheely & Rogers
being the payees.
Mr. Shallenberger guaranteed the pay
ment of the note, which was secured by
a chattel mortgage. In July, 1903, Mr. Shal
lenberger sent a draft by mall to the bank
to pay the note. The note was returned to
him, the bank first erasing the endorse
ment of Sheely & Rogers, together with the
mortgage. Mr. Shallenberger stopped pay
ment on the draft, alleging that the bank
failed to protect the chattel mortgage secur
ing the note, which had been lost through
tta.ncgfect. The supreme court holds that
the erasure of the endorsement did not in
jure the defendant.
Mr. Shallenberger arrived at 10 a. 111., de
posited his- grip at the Paxton and tn a
few minutes left for Springfield, where ho
made an address this afternoon. He is ex
pected back at 5 o'clock.
The variety i.f Tanoj and Va?h Vest
ing --In our otock for this season Is
almost beyond description.
Taney Waistcoats will lie more popu
lar than ever before, not only because
the materials are morp temp'lnc;. but
also because the fancy wakstcoat is now
recognized lis a neeesjry adjunct to
every good dresser's wardrobe.
Reasonably Priced $0 to $12.
Troustrt $6 to S12 i Suits $25 to $50
BANQUET FOR CREDIT MEN
Officers of National Association
Guests ot the Local
Enthusiastic compliments to Omaha were
paid In profusion by the dozen officers and
directors of the National Association of
Credit Men, all of whom made addresses
at the banquet tendered them last night at
the Omaha club by the Omaha Credit Men s
President C. W. Russell of the local asso
ciation presided long enough to Introduce
First Vice President McAdow of cnicago
and to turn over the furthei- conduct of tha
evening to him. The most elaborate ad
dresses were made by National Secretary
Charles K. Meek of New York and Lee M.
Hutchlns of Grand Rapids. The former
dwelt upon the work of the association and
the lalter touched In interesting fashion
upon what he atated had been the great
development In his lime of business ethics.
K. O. MeGUton and F. 1 Haller, general
manager of the Llniger Implement com
pany, responded In behulf of the local asso
ciation and Omaha business men, respec
tively, the Utter concluding the speech
making In an effectively humorous vein.
The visitors who were heard besides those
named were Second Vice President W. A.
Given. Pittsburg; Directors J. L. MeWhu'r-
ter Nashville; T. P. Bobbins. Cleveland;
Oscar Locffler, Milwaukee; F. R. Salisbury,
Minneapolis; J. W. Sangler, Seattle.
The visitors go today at noon to Des
Attractive Offerings for Fall and Winter Wear
Select Your Fall Hat
Greatest Hat Collection
Fashionable Fall Overcoats
The "Asbury" Hat
The best $2. BO hat In the field Is tho
"Asbury." The nation's best hat for
the money. Always the . snappleBt
styles, latest blocks and newest
colors. The largest choice and best
values of any soft or stiff
hat In America,
"Crofutt & Knapp" Hats
Every man who reads the standard
magazines has made the acquaintance
of the "C. & K." Hats. We have a
complete assortment of these cm-
oracing forty different styles and
Bnapes ana commonly
sold for $3.50, yours
IJ ICO BI1U
"J. B. Stetson" Hats
We have 104 distinct styles of the
celebrated "Stetson" Hat and every
one new this fall. We have entire
control for this city of several styles
that, are sure to please m t5Q
from $12 down to DUr
"ShawR-nit" Sox 15c
We are selling men's fancy colored
genuine "Shaw-Knit" Sox, univers
ally sold the past twenty years at
25c. per pair, for only 15c a pair.
This is the most tremendous bar
gain in Sox ever offered.
While they last, take as
many as you like at.
We want to show you the most complete stock nmt Vitrirxl assortment of
Men's Fall and Winter Overeonts to bo found in (lie city. Tliest are made
of strtetly nil wool fabrics in the latest styles and the newest colors and n
great variety of patterns. You will find just the right coat for warmth,
service, style and general satisfaction here at any price Ironi $7.00 to $:t.1.00.
We ran save you 0 of w hat others nsk for the same or inferior quality
and still give you better service, more style and superior value. We have
three especial values at
That we recommend very highly for medium priced garments. We have
taken great pains to secure the best Hssible quality for these Kpulnr prices
and you won't find anything in the city to equal them. A comparison will
pay you good Interest for your trouble and make another satisfied customer
Men's Fur Overcoats
We have men's all fur, fur lined and
fur collar overcoats of every size, descrip
tion and price.
Don't fail to see them before buying;
they are absolutely the best in the city for
Special Boys9 Overcoat Bargains
tn 11 t : 1 1 j 1 't 1 j 1 r n i..i.n . A i
x or inese vimiy uays your uoy suuuui nave oue ox our nuto style
ri ii j. ii i n r i . o i n e . i f
LDUiion iO uie necKj uvercoats; sizes o to o years, or one oi me very
warm and serviceable double-breasted box coats, sizes 5 to 12 years. A
real fine, dressy boy's coat is the long, loose-fitting Chesterfield in
sizes 8 to 15 years. These are made of all wool overcoat cloths in a large
variety oi colors ana patterns, witn velvet collars, pszr o f
nearly all wool lined and trimmed extra Btrong for ilp O J
hard wear. These really should sell at $6.00, but
we bought them underpriced, so they go at
OMAHA'S LEADING CLOTHIER'S
Men's $3 Shoe
We have it to fit your foot
your purse and your individual
taste. You want well made, sty
lish, comfortable and service
able shoes at this price; we furn
ish all these and more, in the
greatest variety of shapes and
leathers you'll ever find.
A few selections patent leather, but
ton and blucher style, gun metal, laco
button, and blucher style and a very
fine box calf, lace or blucher style.
Better than most $4 gH ffOu
at . .
-we sell them
We've more kinds of GOOD Under
wear than most men ever heard of;
controlled In Omaha
us, and sellB at
$2 51.50 and
"LEWIS' " union underwear
Is another very high grade
garment; prices up from
DERBY RIBBED Underwear
In all sizes and a surpris
ingly good quality at
. f n
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Crowded House Present at tha Repub
lican Bally Thursday Night.
SEVERAL EFFECTIVE SPEECHES
I.ocnl Men Lead Off and ('. O. I'rlfrinn
of Chicago Follows with Kffrrtive
Argument Aaralnst Demo
A fine audience, every seat full, greeted
the republican candidates, O. C. Petersnii
of Chicago and T. W. Blackburn, last night
at Ritchie's hall. The Taft club was out
In force. The audience was ecer and
attentive. There was plenty of oppor
tunity for applause, for the candidates
were at their best, all confident, cheerful,
with a good point to hnmmer home and a
great cause to plead. One after the other,
P. J. Tralnor. the chairman of the meet
ing, introduced them and they snld what
they hud to say plainly and clearly. G.
H. Brewer, Joe Koutsky, W. P. Adkins.
William O. t're, Thomas Holllnter and
others made their addresses brief and
forceful, before Thomas Ulackburn spoke
In Introducing Mr. Peterson. Mr. Blnck
burn led off with praise of Governor
Sheldon, declaring him to be a man of
eminently worthy attrlliuns. who had made
good all his pledges, put a dozen splendid
laws on the statute books, who had been
sparing of Issuing pardinia to criminals,
who had favored and enforced strict hon
esty in office, who knew all about the
conduct of affairs In state Institutions
whone administration had Klven the UT
minnl tax, the child labor law, the direct
primary, ns well as reducing the mate debt
over $rVi,f. He wast a man who had
been perfectly fair t Omaha and Smith
Omaha. Opposed to him was a man who
WILLIAM JElUUiiMS' SOKti
eou-11 tsoueb Ifttto fit.
FOR TOILET AND BATH
It makes V- e toilet sometfe-ng to b ct
Joyed. It tern jve all stains and roughacit ,
prevents prickly hctt !i chaBag, am'
leaves the akin white, toft, healthy In the
bath it brings glow and exhilaration wbicl
Do common soap can equal, impart it g the
figor a.id life sensa'.ioa ot a mild TwikUa
u. ALi Caoccis Asa Crtocuik.
JIM WILL CLOSE TOWN TIGHT
Mayor Snji nr Hlald Fnforcement ot
Illoe law lie Will Make It
"When It Is finally decided that there
will be no rehearing and I have been offi
cially notified of the upholding of the blue
laws of this state by the supreme court,
then I wi:i nnler !ils town closed up
tighter thnn a drum on Sunday. There will
he no iiunik y work about It. The town
will be closed and closed so blooming tight
that tin legislature will simply have tu
repeal this obnoxious law."
This Is the unwavering decision of Mavor
Dahlman, who returned Thursday even
ing from a three days' stump of the state
In behalf of the democratic ticket, Includ
ing Candidate Shallenbrgtr, whom he de
nounced prior to the primaries as being a
"trimnur" and a "tool of the corpora
tions." together with a tew other care
fully selected encomiums. The mayor says
ho l.ad sunc fine meetings In Podge
county and naturally announces that Bryan
will carry Nebraska.
Pon't let stomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you, when you can quickly
down them with Klectrlc Bitters. 50c. For
sale by Beaten Drug Co.
issue ol Time.
Effective Sunday, October 23, the follow
ing changes will be made In time of Rock
Island trains In and out of Omaha: Train
No. U (Iowa Local) will leave 11 a. m.
dlly except Sunday Instead of 11:40 a. m.;
train No. li (Chicago Flyer) will leave
at 3 p. m Instead of 6:10 p. m ; train No.
IS, leaving t ii a. m. for Lincoln, and train
No. 14, arriving C:03 p. m. from Lincoln,
will be discontinued between Omaha and
Lincoln ou and after Monday, October !(.
For further Information Inquire Bock Island
fflce, 1X3 Farnam St
Chocolate Bonbons I
are the most delicious and
the most wholesome of
confections and have the
largest sale of any in the
They are sold in sealed
packages, are always of
the same superfine qLdlity
and always the best.
The Walter M. Lowney Co.
Cocoa, CkereUU, fkecelsts Beaboai
yp'NAHt ON EVERY PIECE jO
was a straddler, with one foot on the
populists' platform demanding county op
tion and the other on the democratic de
manding home rule, lie was declared to
be talking the democratic end In Omaha
and the populist end In the west. "These
two Ideas are utterly opposed," said Mr.
Blackburn. "We are going to elect Shel
don In Nebraska and I can't for the life
of me see why Douglas county, nominally
republican, should scratch the ticket any
where from the top to the bottom. There
never were finer candidates, all nominated
by the direct primary, honest, capable men,
headed by a national candidate who rep
resents so ably all that is best in tho
best party that ever held sway In the best
government that ever graced the earth."
1'eteraon la KfTectlve.
Mr. Bryan got all that was coining to
him at the hands of O. C. Peterson ot
Chicago. Mr. Peterson praised the splen
did oratory of Bryan, his physical mag
netism, his personal morality and his re
ligion, even his zeal as a political leader,
but he tore his prophecies and hU logic
to shreds and scattered them to the four
In all the good qualities of Bryan he
maintained he had them fully matched In
the personality of Taft, a man of equal
mental poise, physical morality, religious
conviction and far greater experience tn
a diplomat, a Judge, a statesman and po
"When I speak I never try to please a
democrat," said Mr. Peterson. "I couldn't
do that; they are not made that way.
Still, I like to talk to the democrats, be
cause they need It so much.
"I find Mr Bryan making a great com
plaint because, as he declares, Knosyvelt
named his successor. If he did, Mr.
Bryan, did not the whole republican party
accept and endorse the canJldacy of Mr.
Taft, and what business is that of yours?
For God's sake, who named you, Mr.
Bryan. Mr. Hoosevelt named a man who
was eatable of carrying out his famous
and popular policies. to which you
claimed heirship so loim, but you named
yourself. Didn't you'.' Now, didn't you'.'
Which Is the most despot i;' and danger
ous, the man who assumes the empire
to himself rr he who clioif-ei his frletid
to hucceed htm amid popular clamor f r
a third term? Tho people lunged fr
another term and bewailed the r. e ed. nt
and tradition uf the party; but lioos-:-elt
said no. 'No, I'll not break it." Who,
then, had a great-!' lin'it to udUc
mind, I say udvlsu that Mr. Taft 1
ho.en to entry i it the -wrk he hal be
gun on ao many ltal ilres?
"Bryan I..U bee.i making promises for
over fuurtci .1 ;i-:irH, aa.l nil 1 : a I Urn he
has been a I rnph t of evil, not a word of
which ever ixnie true.
"Bryan as pnsldcnt. with a republican
congiess. misht do no ha-m, like the loose
finer with Its cliv.s and t eth out, hut
what is the use of scaring the people so
with such a ilang.Tou looking cat?
"Don't you republicans, any of you, for
get tj vote. The democrats will be there.
Don't be afraid on that point. The minor
ity party always polls a full vote. Here la
a choice of direction in our national affairs
too important to be Ignored."
Merlins of Polish Voters.
The Pohh people of South Omaha were
out In numbeis last night at Rex hall to
hear the local candidates talk on the Is
sues. The candidates vibrated between Hex
hall and the big meeting of the Taft club
at Hitchle's hall. The closest attention was
given to the speakers, although at Rex
hall soma boys outside occasionally set up
a discordant howl. W. W. Slabaugh as
sisted tiie candidates and some speeches
were made In the Polish language by local
I.laht Company l'a rtonllr.
The Omaha Klectrlc Light and Power
company has paid its royalty Into the city
treasury, amountii.g to $1,313 El. This
amounts to a little more than one month's
rentals for the arc lights of the city. The
company has fulled to get its contract re
newed so far. The city council considered
'.lit piopoaiUon la ao iuformal meeting last
night. The Nebraska Power company, the
company promoting the Loup river canal
scheme. Is presenting a new scheme for a
twenty-year franchise or purchase, condl.
tloned on an annual payment from the
proceeds of the sale of electric light and
power. It Is expected that the company will
present a new ordinance at the session of
the council Monday night. A third party is
also said to be in the field. This Is the
company which Is to build tho lnteruban
line from South Omaha to Ralston. They
claim to have Mirphi power enough to
supply Smith Omaha. liepfreen all the of
fers the city hopes to secure lighting at a
more reasonable figure.
Ho li -(Oedl Wrddlnir. .
Some detail., of t'..e wejilln; of Miss
Maude VVNelll to Frank Roach, which Is
to take pi e Monday morning at St.
Bridget church, have been announced. Tin
service In to be conducted by Father O'Cal
lahan. James Roach, an uncle uf the
groom. Is to conn: from Denver to serve as
best man. Miss Katherlne Grace la to be
bridesmaid. The wedding Is the center of
Interest to a large number of South Omaha
teachers who have been companions to Miss
O'Neill for the period she has been teaching
In South Omaha. The young couple will
make their homo in South Ohiaha after a
short wedding trip.
Maarle City ftewslp.
The city clerk Is preparing the books for
the last day of registration, which Is to
morrow. The regular polling places will be
used as usual. The polls close at 8 p. m.
Another Tremendous Clothing Purchase and Sale
Entire surplus stock of men's Suitsaml Overconts of (lie well known clothesmakers,
Adolph Arons & Co.
104-106 Bleeker St., New York.
ON SALE SATURDAY.
THE RELIABLE STORE
1,500 Suits and 855 Overcoats includ
ed in the purchase, secured by our buyer
At 55c on the Dollar
Not a garment Jn (H 0t that would sell
regularly at less than $15.00 and up to
$22.50. .Shown while they last in two
great lots at
An opportunity to save from $7.50
to $10.00 on your winter suit or overcoat.
We absolutely yuarantea all fab
'ics strictly ail wool and worsted,
styles and tailoring high class in every
322.50 to $30.00 Ves-Two SuitsHave
reversible vests, one side to match suit,
the other fancy, one of the nobbiest of
the new creations; ou Sli50 Si 750
sale in two lots at It If
We feel proud to handle brand clothes
when the brand represents such style
individuality, perfection in tailoring, fit,
fashion and fabric as you'll always find
in the world's best ready-to-wear cloth
ingHart, Schaffner & Marx Hand
Tailored Suit3 and Over- Jir nr
coats at 10" Uu
The wearers of these celebrated
clothes are our very best advertisement.
As a siiecial in our Hovs' Suit Dcnart merit S;itiirlu .
$5.00 Knee Pants Suits In plain or Kussian blouse or double
breamed ty!e, with kuickerbocker or plain pants, home with two
pairs ii panis, nze to 14 years, ami a t jot liall CHOC
free with each suit purchase Saturday, V "Cuu
1 . ,r' ""Mk
Try HAYDEW'S First