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THE NEW STOKE AT THE CORNER WITH THE CHIMES
HALF-MINUTE STORE TALK
The N. V. Trade Review said re
cently: "To retain a cutomer. Rive
him the Mfrh quality of service due
from a high grade Institution nnl
the quality of considerate treatment. "
We've always known that. It's be
cause we are as much Interested In
your coming back as we are In your
first visit here that we've adopted a
system of store service that puts
your Interests first and ours last.
15 iO DOUGIAS ST.
OPPOSITE THOMPSON, I3ELDEN Ja CO.
Manufacturer's Entire Stock of
igli Grade Skirts
n oaie axuraay ai u and
Skirts Made to Sell at $0.75, $10, $12.50, $15 and $17.50
This great sale of High Grade
Skirts will be the talk of Omaha
Two of New York's foremost skirt manufacturers who were very anxious to turn
their fctock into cash came to our Mr. J. B. Orkin with a proposition and with a spot
cash offer he purchased their entire stock at less than half price that's why we can
hold this extraordinary sale of new fall skirts this early in the season.
All are beautiful new styles and perfectly tailored. The materials are Ultman's
voiles, finest chiffon panamas, all wool serges and mannish suitings, in all colors, also
silks and satins. Q n QQ QjfJjQQ
'These skirts were made to sell at $8.75. $10.00. $12.50 $15.00 U J uQ 0 iLT U U
and $17.50. Over one thousand to choose from
on sale Saturday at
Wonderful Sale of Stun- OOK
ning Tailored Suits at . . . Vw
This great sale will be at its best
Saturday. Over 300 stunning suits that
just arrived will be added to the grand
assortment, making it a collection of
stunning new models that can not be seen
elsewhere, even at double our price.
In this offering you will find the new
directoire and empire models, trimmed or
plain hipless effects and plain fitted
styles made in all materials and colors.
Over 500 $35.00, $37.50 Q
and $40.00 suits to M
Sale of Beautiful New Coats
Sample Coats on Sale at $25
Over 100 Sample Coats, no two alike,
all exclusive, models made of finest
broadcloths and fancy materials. Some
are half lined, and some are lined
throughout with satin. These are $35.00
to $45.00 Coats, on sale
Handsome New Coats at $17.50
A splendid collection of new Coats,
made of fine broadcloths, in black or col
ors, and fancy materials in all shades;
also coverts. Over 200 coats to choose
from in loose backs, semi-fitting and
tight fitting styles. Regular $25.00 val
ues, on sale Saturday,
DEMOCRATIC WIND STARTS
(Continued from First Page.)
he felt lie was ubout the only one left In
the state. Finally someone polled the ear.
When the poll was announced It was found
tl.crr' were twenty-thret republicans for
Tuft and five democrats for Brynn. The
five democrats hud made more noise than
the twenty-five republicans.
I'lub Dwindles In Sis.
A favorite pastime of the democrats Is
to poll trains and so a number of democrats
polled the train coming from Omaha to
Lincoln this morning over the Burlington.
Judge Button, lilntrict Judge of Douglas
county, was on the train. The poll showed
fifty-one for Hryiin and seventy-nine for
Tuft. Tills Is about the way the trains
cnniing into Lincoln have been showing up
when the poll Is taken.
A Hryan rooter raude the remark that
'.SO men were enrolled In the Traveling
M'n's Uryan club of Lincoln. Another
traveling man hoard the remark and called
"I'll bet you haven't the BSl.
"I'll but you haven't the 480.
"I'll bi t you haven't the 3S0.
"Yes, I'll bet you haven't the 180.
"Yes, I'll bet you have the eighty."
"Do you mean we haven't eighty alto
gether out In the state?" the first man
The t'epubik-an ciminlgn will wlivl up
tn Lincoln with a great meeting at the
Auditorium uml the slate .uus grounds.
The sucfcke-. will bo I luted States Senator
Klnier J. Eurkett and Governor Sheldon,
i Imii num Matson Is making preparations
b in ike these two meetings the best the
county has pulled off. It will be the final
whiduu before the voles are counted and
he will eiub-.iver tj have us many people
r.n hMul to see the finish as can possibly
crowd on the north side of the state
house and as managers can possibly
crowd Intj the Auditorium. The meetings
will be In the nature of a wlndup and a
raMflcitHMi all at the same time. The
platform which aa erected In the state
house yard for Taft Is still up and this
will be used for the meeting.
This afternoon a number of local candi
dates and speakers went out to Waveriy
In automobiles and assisted the people of
that community tit pulling off a big re
Gain In Merrick.
"The republicans of Merrick Bounty will
show a gain over the last election," said
W. T. Thompson, attorney general, who
spoke with W. K. Andrews at Central
City last night. "A number of democrats
who are farmers are going to vote the re
publican ticket and I have never seen the
republicans more enthusiastic over the
prospects. It Is my honest opinion there
will be a largely Increased republican
Judge Paul Jessen of Nebraska City while
In Lincoln Inst night gave out the following
Interview: "At Nebraska City and In Otoe
county I think the republicans will deliver
about the regular party vote. If there Is
any change It la as liable to be for us as
against us. Bryan had a big crowd at his
meeting there the other day. but I don't
think he changed a vote.
"I have watched for the effect of Mr.
Bryan's whirlwind speeches through these
past yeara in Nebraska and my Judgment it
theso talks do not count.
"The general doubt as to Mr. Bryan's
level-headedrtfM as a statesman and the
fear of what his election would do la the
serious thing that confronts Mr. Bryan
right now, not only In Otoe county, but all
over Nebraska and over the whole country.
Thousands of Nebraska democrats went
away from their party four years ago.
Many of these, probably the larger pro-
j portion of them, will go back to the demo
cratic ticket this year, but you can find
them in every locality over the state who
will not go back to Bryan, for this very
reason that I have stated, that they doubt
his level-headedness and fear the effect of
his newly Invented Issues and his experi
ments in the national government.
"In his former campaigns always Just
before election he was confronted Just as
he Is now with that doubt and the fear to
whi.-li I have already referred losing him
a certain percentage of his following all
over the country, losing him the
votes of men who were for him in
August, September and October, but who
hesitated and at last refused to support
him In November.
"Thore has been a good deal of apathy
among the voters on each side, but this
apathy Is much more among the democrats
of Nebraska than among the republicans.
I do not mean that the democratic noise is
less, for democrats, especially as to the
Bryan following, are shouters. They are
enthusiasts. I am not criticising them for
that, I merely state It as a fact. But In
the late primary the democratic voters
showed an Indifference which I believe will
still be manifest at the coming election.
Sheldon got over 60,000 votes In the primary
with no candidate against him for the nomi
nation. The democrats had three candi
dates for the nomination, beating the
bushes and calling upon their supporters to
get to the primaries, and these three got
only 36,000 democrats to the polls. In the
congressional contest the same conditions
existed as to the republican candidate hav
ing no competition and no special reason to
call out the republican voters, while the
democratic candidates were competing with
each other and rallying their friends to the
polls, but the democratic voters didn't rally.
They stayed at home. They were indiffer
ent. I believe that a good deal of this in
difference exists yet and will show itself
In the defeat of Bryan In this) state. Mr."
Bryan Is coming up now In these few days
Just before election face to face with that
same old ghost, the same old doubt that
confronted him In '96 and In 1900, the doubt
as to his level-headedness, and the effect
of his election on the property values and
the business of the country."
Williams Talks Bryanlam.
BLOOMINQTON, Neb., Oct. 23.-(8peclal.)
V. C. Williams, ex-congressman from
the district of the county of P!ke, Illinois,
addressed a mixed audience of about 100
people In behalf of the democratic nomi
nee for president. Mr. Williams paid his
respect to Mr. Roosevelt in no respectful
manner calling Mr. Taft a nonentity, a
mere shadow of which Mr. Roosevelt was
He spent fully forty-five minutes in cash
ing reflections on all the republican states
men now Identified with the party. He
then took up Mr. Haskell's case and tried
to show that Mr. Haskell was a pure
Come In and
NO DOUBT. THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF OMAHA'S
MOST MODERN STORE
Ipads a great many here. Almost every one who conies to look remains to buy. The tnodernness of our store and
methods and the newness of everything all go to make "satisfied customers" but even these advantages would count
for little were It not for the Immense storks of exceptional garments for practical and serviceable wear and the
modest prices at which they are sold.
"Style" is a predominating feature, but you don't have to pay any premium to get It. We only charge you for
the actual value of materials and work. In other words, we price our clothes according to their value rather than
their fine appearance.
HI - H5 - H5 - HI - H9
At these prices we offer a selection never before attempted by a western store. No matter what your tastes may
be, you can find at any one of these 5 prices dozens of models to suit your fancy. No matter what your build ruay
be, we can fit you properly and will do It we want y.ou to choose your price look at the superior suits we offer at
your price then consult your own judgment as to whether our claim to save you 20 Is Justified we have no
doubt about your decision.
LOTS OF OTHER SUITS FROM $7 UP TO $40
and at each price the garment carries our personal guarantee of absolute satisfaction or your money back.
OUR. GREAT SECOND FLOOR SECTIONS
are gaining patrons every day. Ladies find here a boys' department that is a model of convenience and comfort
and our great wardrobe and overcoat sections appeals to nun who want to select garments carefully.
Tou'll never find a more com
than this. Here you'll find Kali
OVoats, Rain Coats, Heavy Coats
and Auto Coats for men and
young men in a variety of fabrics
to please every taste and many at
whatever price you care to pay
Let us overcoat you.
Overcoats . . $9 Up
Raincoats . . $10 Up
The parents who bring their boys to us have
many advantages over the one who neglects this
store. Not only the inugnlf icent department, but
the modest prices we charge for goods Is worth
going ijulte a ways to profit by.
Lots of people were In Friday to Bee those
SPLENDID SCHOOL SUITS
we advertised Thursiliy evening they proved so
attractive we decided to call attention of people
who must Bhop on Saturday to them. it re v.
brown, olive and mixed cheviots,
any size and extra style pants-
Lots of Others,
$1.50 to $12
If you've not yet visited our
you're the man we want to
talk to for a moment. Hero
you'll find such beautiful foreign
and domestic fabrics moulded Into
faultless suits by knowing tailors
as to make you regret the time
and money spent with your exclu
sive tailor. Our prices about
half of his will add to your re
gret come In and see.
$27 to $40
SHOES TO US
we'll let you do most of the talking our shoes will
do the talking for us.
10 styles, single and double soles, Goodyear tf C(l
welt a regular $3 value
OUR BOYS SCHOOL SHOES
Combine every attribute of stylishness and durability
and are priced at a decided $1.50 to $3
saving to you t'""' V
NEW FURNISHING GOODS
Is constantly arriving at this store It would be wrli
to form the habit of looking to us for the. new things.
Just now It Is the new, double-faced vest two In
one wear one side today the other side tomorrow
come tn and let us show them to you.
We've a great line to show you at $1.00. We
give you a better garment at the price than
you can get elsewhere and we'd like to
demonstrate the fact to you
QUALITY HATS HERE
no others. We will not have a hat In the house that
we couldn't sell to you with full confidence that
you would come back for the next one. Kvery shape
that la In demand and every color from permanent
blacks to those new greens you see so often. We
would like to be your hatter it will pay both of us.
$1 up to $6
ALL THE NEW STETSONS
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Cut Price Sale Saturday
Savo From $3 to 510 on Your Now Fall Hat
, A History-Making Cut Price Millinery Sale Saturday
Over 1,000 Beautiful Pattern, Dress and Tailored Hats to Choose
From, and Every One of Them ENORMOUSLY CUT IN PRICE.
$15, S18 $20 Hits. CIO Cfl J10.J12 50 inj S15 0 7K S7.50 lid 58.75 CK flfl
-Saturday MIC.jU Hats Sitvrdij OOilU Hats Sitirdij CUiUU
Absolutely Every Hat in the House CUT 111 PRICE SATURDAY
Popular Prices jx 1508 Douglas
patriot who' was maliciously libeled by the
president. It may be said to the credit of
the democrats In the audience that at no
lime during this part of his speech, lusting
nearly an hour, did one eseay to cheer.
Mr. Williams appealed to the voters of
this state to cast politics to the wind and
vote for their adopted son, who had brought
so much advertisement to that state, stat
ing at the same time that he was a
product of Illinois and that that state took
great pride in him and would surely give
the electoral vote if It did not have bucIi a
great republican majority. The speaking
was well advertised, the band here of twenty-four
pieces played several pieces to
draw the crowd and yet the whole evening
was nearly as chilly as was handed to
Mr. Fred Ashton a week ago.
Kyder's .Speech at Anselmo.
ANSEI.MO. Neb.. Oct. 23.-(Speclal.)
State Labor Commissioner Ryder of Lin
coln absolutely punctured the campaign
theories of Bryan and Shallenberger here
last evening before a good sized audience,
though the meeting had not been adver
tised until Mr. Ryder was on the ground.
Mr. Ryder began by stating the position
NebraHka occupied with the other states of
the union in the agricultural products raised
last year, pointing out where theso prod
ucts were marketed and the price received
Then he gave a description of some kind
of products raised in Itrtti and the price
then received. He graphically told his
audience the loss that would have re
sulted to the farmers of Nebraska had 1S90
prices prevailed in 1!S Instead of prices
actually received last year.
Ono of the must Interesting features of
his discussion was occasioned by his ob
taining a declaration of principles sent
broadcast over the county by W. J. Tay
lor, fusion candidate for the legislature.
"Stato bank guarantee of deposits"' was
the first proposition.
The speaker showed that this statement
Is absolutely misleading, declaring that the
state could not do more than collect a
small fund from the banks and hold this
us a trust, realy as an Insurance proposi
tion. !! declared that if such a law was
passed through the demands of the people,
by the next lekiMuture Uovernor Sheldon
would sign the bill in orJcr to glvo the
proposition a trial.
Then he took up the other proposition of
the circular and showed that nearly every
proposition mentioned in it was already a
part of the laws of Nebraska, enacted last
year by a republican legislature and signed
by a republican governor.
He due la red that the Circular was catchy
to the unthinking, but absolutely mislead
ing and dishonest.
"Why did not Bryan begin his reform work
at home like Senator LuFolU-ue of Wis
consin?" he asked.
LaFollettu haa done good things for his
home state and was now reaching out to
accomplish good things for the nation.
"Why has not same of the nouthern states
followed Bryan's lead in demanding a bank
guarantee law?" he asked. Not one had
asked such a thing Id their recent plat
forms. They had the absolute power to
enact such legislation, but passed It up
as not of their kind.
Then followed a comparison of the excel
lent laws enacted under the last admin
istration, with the utter incapacity of the
so-called fusion reform legislatures that
He declared: "Never before In the his
tory of any state In tho union had every
pledge of a political party been enacted
Into law, absolutely active with no suit
pending to teal lis constitutionality. With
such a record can you turn Governor Shel
lie peluded with his audience not to cast
their vole for the theories of Bryan or
Taft, but to vote for the comfort of your
own horn for a continuance of the good
things achieved and not the vagaries of
Foliar 4 .! If htuMnli,
PEKU. Oct. 23.-&pecll.)-Congrssina
K. IS. Pollard spoke at Peru last evening.
The crowd waa not large on account of the
rain, but excellent attention was given. He
was Introduced by Rev. C. H. Weldon,
who paid him some very high compliments
and told of the days when both were stu
dents at the university dining the early
After tllsrussing ti:e various Issues of
the campatng, Mr. Pollard said he could
not close without paying his respects to
the democratic platform. He menil imd
the plank In the Denver platform wh'ch
sas they are In favor of a law which will
prevent corporations from contributing to
campaign funds. Mr. Follird ulso said
that, not satisfied with this, Mr. Bryan
culled the democratic nutlonal committee
to come and visit him at Falrvlew. Mr.
Bryan and Mr. Kern came oat on the steps
and Mr. Bryan read a statement In which
he mentioned tho plank pledging the party
fro such a law and said Mr. Kern and him
self d'd not want them to aciept any con
tributions from corporations. Mr. Bollard
said that over a year ago the congress of
the United States passed such a law and
It was signed by the president and is the
law of the lund today, and that when the
democrats put the plank In their platform
they knew it and that Mr. Bryan and Mr.
Kern knew that It was t!i' law timl that
If they did accept conti Ibutlons from cur
pnatiuns that Teddy would put the whole
bunch In Jail. He said the republicans did
not have to put planks In their platform
promising to obey the luw which they had
already placed upon the statutes nor did
they have to appeal to their committee to
.Meeting- In luster Comity,
BROKEN HOW, Neb., Oct. 23. (Special.)
The republican managers i f the campaign
in Custer county are determined that no
effort shall be spared during the few re
maining days till election to make the ma
jority for the state and national ticket aa
lurge as possible. Two weeks ago dates
were made for about twenty meetings.
Some of these dates have been filled by
state speakers and some by local men. Th
reports from these meetings are very en
couraging and there is no reason to doubt
thut Custer county will give its usual ma
jority for the republican ticket. Among
those who have addressed meetings In this
county are Attorney Ueneral Thompson
and Labor Commissioner Ryder.
Prominent amcng the local speakers are:
Judge A. It. Humphrey, Edwin Squires, Ij.
H. Jewett, II. W. Ooorge and N. T. Gadd,
the latter being the candidate for county
A meeting at Rose Va""y on Tuesday
night was well attended, also on tho same
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