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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. (XTOHEtt 24. 1!)K
X Brandeis Big Bargains
i Boys' Overcoats d
$ Here are Extra Specials for Saturday irt our $
$ Boys' Clothing Dept. 2nd floor. Old Store
Such Immense Sales
Are Never Anywhere
Else But at Brandeis
5 $? $? $? &
FOOTBALL OR ROLLER SKATES
Tree With Boys Overcoats r Salts
We hare all the newest de- $
signs for the little chaps, &
' the new. full back coats,
the new auto coats, little
Chesterfield styles, etc.
you save money when you tj.
buy them here, at 5
Higher qualities, at
Boys $1.50 Corduroy $
Pants at 75c Fair
Extra strong Pant of be$t
corduroy a new pair for evtry
pair that goe$ wrong $1.50
. A GREAT COMBINATION SVIT OFFER1
Boys' Knickerbocker Suit With Extra, SX45
Pair Pant to- Match
Durable Cheviots and strong Scotches new shades
an extra pair of pants allows the boy to wear his
suit just twice as long. You should $T45
surely buy one of these f 5.00 suits
Boys' $6 and $7 Quality Knicker
bocker Suits, at
These are exceptionally good, well tailored, service
able suits for boys; double breasted, Russian and
sailor styles you can't find suits like these any
where else less than $8.00; ff P
special at pD ')
with boys' clothes.
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Entrance, N. W. Corner
16th and Douglas at
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$ Here Are the Most Wonderful Bargains 9
Ever Offered in Omaha
The Most Amazing Sa.le of Mens High Class
Clothing Ever Held by Any Store tn the West
And the Very Latest
New York Styles
AM IMMENSE CASH PURCHASE of ENTIRE NEW
t SHIRT SALE I
MEN'S SAMPLE SKIRTS.
Actually Worth SI H $1.25
Hundreds of negligee flirts, laundered;
colored mid white bosom shirts, inadrns
shirts with collar attached black sa-
teen and chambray shirts
all sainjiles and actually y B
worth up to $l.'Jo, at
Men's High Grade Shirts at 75c i
Wcrth $1.50, $2 and $2.50 J
All the new fall patterns, bought from n
leading Xew York shirt maker plaited $
or plain bosoms all sizes, thousands to
choose fromrorth from to $2.50
YOUK WHOLESALE CLOTHING STOCK
Every one of these Overcoats and Suits is strictly high
class well tailored and right up-to-date in sty le -just the
sort of stylish clothes' you want.this winter such a chance
may not happen again in years. .
SELECT YOUR NEW OVERCOAT OR SUIT SATURDAY
WHILE THIS WONDERFUL OFFER LASTS
Your Unrestricted Choice
Saturday ol All the Men's
From the Purchase
WORTH $10 QL $12.50
Yonr Unrestricted Choice
Q Saturday ol All the Men's n
8 Overcoats g
g and Suits g
From the Purchase
g WORTH $15 ft $18 g
Saturday We oiler
From the Purchase
WORTH $20 TO $25
iS ... , i i i. i
9 Women's $2..V Shoon at 910 Talr Medium
or heavy sole, vlcl kid and velour
j JMcn'ft Sinn's Oenu
4j Ine high grade box
itlf. 12.75 l OQ
Boys' fchM - Solid
box calf leather
regular $2 quality
at . . .
BEST VALUES IN
We sell the very best shoes for men
that ever sold at medium prices pat
ent colt, dull calf, vlcl kid, single or
double soles, welt sewed
s2- $3.-3 .
Thousands of Omaha men
these shoes because they
are the best of all shoes
Men's and Boys' f
4 r r f
I Special Shoe Sale
d In Basement
1 These are winter
(caps and they are
good and' servlce-
Jable, all sizes, act
ually worth up to
( 60c each; our spe
: clal sale . t, each
THE RIGHT FALL HATS FOR MEN
We carry the gonulne, reliable John B.
Stetson hats, new soft and stiff hat
styles, now colors, $J50
Brandeis Special Derby Hats and soft
Hats for fall; all the style C"
of a $3 hat, for
Men's up-to-date Hats at $1.50, S2.no
Boys' and Children's School Caps
40c and t ..... 9g
CiirlM Caps in plain and fancy colors
at 49c, 8c and. $1.25
Women's Far Caps, at $2.50, S1.5o
and K & W.
A SPECIAL SALE MEN'S
In Medium and Heavy Weights
AVe bought a manufacturer's entire sur
plus stock of men's wool and worsted
winter underwear shirts and drawers,
regularly worth up to $1.50, will go in
three lots at
39c, 5Qe, 75c
Munsing, Lewis and Sterling Union Suits We
are Omaha agents ror tneso ri rn rc cfi
high grade underwear. Prices. PI-W
Men's Hand Made Sweater Coats no Ci QO
and Vests all colors, at 70U-J1.70
Entire wholesale stock of men's extra
heavy fleece lined underwear plain
and fancy colors regular 50c 2
Men's and Boys' Sweaters and Sweater
. Coats Worth up to $1.00, in basement,
at 25c and 49c
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Ante-Election Lassitude is General in
DECREASE IN IDLE MACHINERY
(ullrrtlon Are Improving In Farm.
! Srelo I.arare Order for
Iron aad Steel Ex per ted
NEW YOKK, Oct. :3 -R. Q. nun 4 Cos
Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will
Ante-eleotlon laxultuila In general In the
ronimcrrlal wotid, r8peclnlly a to the
pliicliiK of enntructs for uiuicrtakltiKa. but
there 18. a KrMilylriK derreaee In Idle mi
i hlnerv at miinuf at lurlnn plants, textlfying
Id t'orflili'iiee !n a good demand when 1 1 1
fuesi'iit unctrtHlnly Is over. Lack of rtn
laa iM'if a si:i'liii'lrawbHCk, low watel
relnrdliiK mill work and river shipment.
whll winter wheat ia Retting a ioor start
and foreat firea eatiaw great daman. Col
li'cii.ina Inipiove In farming Jj,'tlona a the
croi nre irnlil. but are still only fair on
tlr- wli.ile. ('iniNiiUrii g the aim unt r.f bus'
iii s In' Hie Iron and alee! Industry that Is
known to bn held buck until after pIpc
tkm this week's new orders are encourag
ing, although the eales of pig iron were at
prices most favorable to the l.uyers Never
theless the contracts phu'ed nxsure ac
tivity at some furnaces well Into the fu
lute. While the railroad are nit placirw
normal orders by any means, yet there are
new sales of cars and track equlpmunt.
acts f catlyet prompt
ly ou the bovv els, cleanses
fle system ejjectu ally
assists one in overcoming
nonnanenlly. To get its
beneficial ejjects buy
Fig Syrup Co.
SOLD W LEADING PRJCW5T5-B04 eBOTTLt
Hit A USTH EET'S HBVIDW OF THADK
Approach of Election Breeds Conser
vatism In Baying.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23.-Bradstreet s to
morrow will soy:
Retail trade still reflects the Influence
of warm weather and the approach .f elec
tion breeds conservatism as regards heavy
bin lug and t' projection of new enter
prises. Howe there Is more doing ami
more confident i) lying of raw material by
manufacturers, who apparently forecast a
chftnge for the better In the latur part
of this year or the early pirt cf next. The
large movement of wheat to market is re
sponsible for the optlnih.tle tenor of repirts
from distributive centers in the northwest.
Kffects of the drouth are shown In the
almost total suspension of steamboat traffic
on the Ohio river und Its tributaries, the
holding up of large quantities of conl along
that stream and prevalence of destructive
forest fires and the low stage of water sup.
plies. Reports as to collections vary, being
best In the northwest and pcorest at the
Huslnehs failures In the I'nlted States fm
the week er-ded October 22 number 231 aa
aga'nst M last Week. In the like week
llimlness failures In Canada number
eighty-one. which compares with twenty
nine last week and thirty-nine, this week
Wheat. Including flour, exports from the
I'nlted States and Canada for the week
ended October 21 aggregate A.1.T.V)2 bu., aa
against 18.104.22.168 las-t week and 4.7W..-! this
we.-k last year. For the seventeen weeks
ended October it this year the exports are
Ss.36o.7tW bu.. as against Cj.475.IG6 in the cor
responding period laKt yeur.
Corn exports for the week are 2S4.4IT bu.,
aa against 62.683 last week and 74S.1I2 tn
I'Mfi. For the seventeen weeks end-d Oc
tober 3 the corn exports are V,oii,c53 bu ,
as against 16,8:ia,831 In the same period last
DEMOCRATIC WIND STARTS
(Continued from Third Page.)
Is In lno for further promotion. Howard
county Is proud of Its able citizen and
wishes him well In whatever post he may
undertake. Mr. Baehr's family, who have
been residing In this city, will Join him the
coming year, as the sanitary conditions at
his post are now considered fairly safe.
Nebraska Hoy Honored.
CHICAGO. Oct. 23. (Special Telegram.)
Arthur W. Linton of Albion, Neb., has
been awarded the Stearnes fellowship In
pharmaceutical chemistry at Michigan university.
night at Anaelmo Mr. Ryder addressed a
laige. and appreciative audience. On Mon-
aay night IM. T. Uadd and H. W. George
were at the Rice school house, about .irh
miles west of Merna, and on the n!ght of
October n were at the Robinson school
house, south of Arnold.
The farmers are giving more attention to
politics this year than they have for sev
eral years am there is no fulling away by
Pure in the
Keiablleaa t'lak at Mr Cool.
M'COUK. Neb.; Oct. 23.-(Speclal.)-A
republican club was organised in McCook
tonight, with an Initial membership of 2tM
members. W. C. Allison was chosen presi
dent and Lloyd Jennings Secretary of the
organisation. The club has taken hold of
the local situation with an tamest and
vigor which spells success in capital letters,
and Indicates that McCook and Red Wil
low county will be there with the goods
for Tafl and the entire republican ticket in
Nebraska News Notes.'
BKATRICK Congressman Hlnshaw ad
dressed a big meeting at Adams last night
on national and state Issues.
BEATRICE) James Shelley, a pioneer
resident of the Holmesvlllo vicinity, la dy
ing of cancer of the stomach.
BEATRICE! Aaron E. 8chrotberger and
Miss Grace Rlchmann, both of Ie Witt,
were married here yesterday afternoon.
BEATRICE Major Howard Johnson and
Miss Dora Cales, both of Wymore, were
married here last eveTiing by Judge Spof
ford. M'COOT, Jl'NCTION-The wedding of
Miss Bertha I.antx and Telpher Lord oc
curred at the residence of the bride's par
ents. The young couple will make their
home In York.
BBATRICH The Fulton bloodhounds
were taken to Hiawatha, Kas., yes'erday
In answer to a call from the sheriff at
that place stating that a murder had been
committed near there.
BEATRICE Eugene Bellar will address
a republican meeting in German in this
city Saturday ' evening next. He is re
garded as one of the ablest speakers now
campaigning the state.
Gl'IDE ROCK Fred Watt has bought
thf; meat market of John Klndscher and
took p istesslon yesterdny afternoon. Mr.
Watt formerly owned this shop, but sold
It and lived a year In Idaho.
BKWARD The state Congregational as
sociation ministerial meeting closed last
night after a successful session. About
liiO ministers and delegates were here. The
next meeting will be at Lincoln.
BEATRICE The Dempster company of
this city Is Installing an automatic fire
sprinkler system throughout the fact'irv
and warehouse. The Improvements will
cost In the neighborhood of S1O.P00.
81'THERI.ANn A Commercial club has
been organised here and starts out wi'h
a irmnibershlp of about twenty-five. I). F.
Smith Is president. D. C. Wilson vice
president and H. E. Woirelt secretary
treasurer. E. H. Johnson, D. Love, C. W.
Max Barhr Hearhea Home.
T. PAl'U Neb., Oit. Si.-tSpecial.)
Max J. Bashr, the American consul at
Clenfuegos, Cuba, is here on his annual
vacation visiting his old home and largo
circle of Irlends, who are. glad to see him.
Consul Baehr has made splendid record
as an efficient and faithful diplomatist in
position where the difficulties certainly
iiae te. n gicat. and ws understand that he
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St.'TTON An enthusiastic gathering of
voters was addressed by Hon. Lan Nettle
ton and Hon. Charles Sloan last evening.
Sutton can ho counted on to put tip a good
big majority for Governor Sheldon and the
entire republican ticket.
MTOOK The Red Willow county farm
ers' Institute and its auxiliaries, the boys'
corn growing and girls' cooking and sew
ing contest, will b held In McOook Oc
tober 31. It will be a great agricultural
rally day for Ited Willow county.
BEATRICE The marriage of Miss Min
nie Smith to Arthur Barker of Pleasant
Hill, Neb., was solemnised last evening at
8 o'clock at the home of the bride's par
ents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Smith of
West Beatrice, the Rev. J. R. Mouer of
ficiating. YORK The Incorporators of the Van
Wlckle Grain and Coal company of York
are Fred P. Van Wlckle, John V. F. Gro
shans, Henry F. Groshans, James L. In
grey, Fred F. Groshans and Jacob Stewart.
The company starts out with an authorized
capital of SluO.OOO.
YORK The oldest person attending the
York Sunset social, In which only those
70 years and older are eligible was Mrs.
Mary Wlldman, age SO, and the next oldest
was J. W. Pope, a retired Methodist min
ister, aged 86. There were ninety-nine, at
tending, all over 70 years.
BEATRICE R. M. Hood yesterday re
ported to the police that thieves had stolen
about two tons of coal from his bins in
the Burlington yards. He found t'ree
push-carts In the yards which the thieves
had used In hauling off the coal and turned
them over to Chief of Police Moore .
St'THERLAND Sufficient funds have'
been raised to Insure the hold'ng of th"
Corn fair at Sutherland November iS and
14. It is proposed to make tho event one
long to be remembered in this section and
devote a part of the two days to wild west
sports and other attractive features.
HASTINGS An unidentified man negoti
a'ed a number of bogus checks, eoch for
117.50. at retail stores Thursday. He pur
chased goods at each place to ih amount
of about 7 and received good money as
change. The checks were drawn on the
order of R. C. Curtis, a fictitious name.
WYMORE The police sro finding any
where from ten to thirty empty Peruna
bottles every day about the city and the
authorities are wondering if persons may
be prosecuted If proved they are selling
Peruna for a beverage. Peruna bottles
state that the concoction contains IS per
cent alcohol by volume.
Gl'IDE ROCK last night the Voly of
Carl I Cone was broupht here f r burial.
He died Wednesday at Biimmerf leld. Kan.,
of tvphold. He was principal of the schools
there. The funeral was hfld at 2 p. m.
twinv at the Methodist church, the Rev.
G. W. Pool, pastor, officiating. Peceased
leaves a wife and three little ones.
YORK The management of the York
opera house has booked some of the largest
and bfHt attractions that are aup"st-d to
only vlBlt places like Omaha and last week
the advance sale of high-priced seats evi
denced the fact that York theatergoers ap
preciated good entertainments and good
shows are fast learning that York is one
of the best show towns in the state.
St'THERLAND Recently a heating
plant has Wen Installed at the Central
school building, the boiler being placid In
a hnseinent mule lene:ith the building
Owing to the rtae of water to the di-pth
of nearly a foot In this basement much
trouble Is being encountered by the School
board. Whither or not It will yet be nec
essary to raise the building remains to be
mtM'JM-Mne Fremont people won
out in the Tripp couii'y drawing for lands.
J. J. Mater got No. iJ ajid J. Ii. Winter-
steen .No. t. 1 hrre others also came un
der 7uu. The last on the list Is K. K
iilcks. the . Northwestern agent, whose
number was up in the 6.(0us. Those who
came within the l.OnO limit probably will
file as soon as the land Is formally thrown
SEWARD Dr. 8. D. Towle of Sheridan
Wyo.. died at a Chicago hospital Thursday
and his body, accompanied by Mrs. Towle
and friends, will be brought to 8eward
this e-.,-nlng. Tlie funeral ibably w'll be
held Bunddy. F ur ytsrs ago he left 8 'W-
srO u..u located ut 8'u-. .... ... Wyo.. wnere
lie was one or the leading dentists. Iln was
a yason, Highlandur and a Oisiukter "' ,h
Tribe of Ben Hur. Ho leaves a wife und
one little child.
FREMONT The political situation In
this county is still quiet, but the voters
are tieglnnlng to pay more attention to
the campaign and the school house meet
ings especially are more largely attended.
Dodge 'county has not given a democratic
majority for a presidential candidate foi
twelve years and the county committee
men express themselves as confident that
the record will lie kept up.
WYMORE There are two cases of diph
theria in the city. Both were supposed to
lie under strict quarantine, but the other
iny permission was given Dan Fauvcr and
his boy to go out and shuck corn near h's
house. In which there Is a case of the
dlsense. Fauvcr was found down town
getting lumber later that day and now
th-ire ia a mild scare prevailing, although
physicians say there Is nut at this time
much danger of infection.
WYMORE Hark Commissioner A. D.
McCandiess Is planning to plant foliage
and flower beds In the various city pirks
next spring. In two parks, McCandiess
and Furnas, there are about eleven acres
of ground and thew arc just an even 1,000
fins trees growing thereo.i. Next year, It is
thought, the trees will be large enough
that the parks may be thrown open to the
public. A project Is being considered- to
have a big lake and driveway constructed
in Arbor State park. This plot contains
WOMEN SKU SWIMMING EXHIIUT
Interesting; Program Given at the
Y. M. C. A.
E'er the first I line sinv the new home of
the Young Men's Christian association
was occunled. the women friends of the
members weie given an opp Ttunity Thurs
day evening to wlli.ess the spurts enjoyed
In the swimming pool. Numerous expert
exhibitions of plain and fancy strokes, div
ing, tread'ng and float tig. with a lew ex
citing races and u variety of mirth pro
veklng features Ingeniously devled bv
Swimming Instructor Will am Parker, corn-
need tho pr-cram. which was witnesses
by fully 2i) men and women.
From the time eighteen of the associa
tion's crack tank men entered and dived
into the plunge all at one time, making
the 30x0 feet of placid, clear aqua pura
transform Into a seething mass of spiny
aud foam with shining settings of human
linns, legs and head.-, till Secretary Par
ker brought down applause and laughter
by donning a princess gown linrlxotitally
croquet, with a huge picture nat and a
shower bouquet, to show how a woman
may be rescued from drowning, there was
not a dull moment In the wuolo picced
,ngs. Kent Hunter distinguished himself
by winning both tho twenty and 100-yard
races against competitors who were no
Knap to beat. Samuel Simonson pulled oft
the feat of swimming sixty feet under
water with his hands tied behind him, and
a tub race a lug-of-war between two tta i.s
of swimmers, ar.d a new stunt of hrrnco
lidli.g" In the water, during wh'ch different
members of the tank squad tried to main
tain their equilibrium on a keg, helped
amuse the women visitors and keep up the
fun between the various expert exhibitions.
The leaults were as follows:
Twenty-yard swim: Huntur first, 0:11'H;
Tub race: Westlund first, Byrd second
ilumdred-yard swim: Hunter first, 1:H;
Tug-of-war: Won by Festner, Drncker
and Luca, defeating Byrd, Ring and Wen
dell. Forty yards against time uftcr swimming
two other races; Hunter, 0 HI.
Westlund and Byrd demonstrated the
new method of life sating and resuscitation
us employed In England.
EVENTS O.N TIIK KCNNINU TRACKS
Kotore of I.atonla Meeting Will lie
CINCINNATI. Oct. L3.-It will be definitely
known tomorrow whetner or not the La
tonia race track will continue Its twenty
four days' meeting. The governor will meet
the racing commission and tiie Latonla
officials at E'ranhfort In the morning, and
hs is the only man who can stop the meet
ing now. The I.atonla people are confident
that he will not interfere. Summary:
First race, five and a half furlongs: Dis
pute (99. tilasner. 15 to 1) won, Arlonette
(100, Kennedy, out, place) second. Dr. I loin
berg (103 McGee. out! third. Time: l:07H.
Juilet M.. Thelplan. Clay borne, Oliver Klf.
Lady Rensalear and Mlque O'Brien also
Second race, six furlongs: Sorrowful (110.
McGee, 6 to 6) won, T. M. Green (106. Pick
ens, out) second. Gliding Belle duo, Bulier,
6 to 5, show) third. Time: 1:1:1 Orna
mos.i. Adder and Irrigator also ran.
Third race, mile: Braucas ili5, S. Jleldel,
even) won, Howard Shean ( Hi.!. Braivnon, &
to 1) second, Murtius (110, MHrtin, 6 to 1)
third. Time: 1:41H. Tom McAfee, Tlvollnl,
llonehrake, Nat B., Judga Treun, B&wer
and Burner Hill also ran.
E'ourth race, mile and a sixteenth: Old
Honesty (112, McGee, 1 to 2) won, Zlenap
(H6, Garner, 3 to 6, place) second, Teraa
(lo9, Butler, out) third. Time: 1:40. Threa
Fifth race, seven furlongs: Heine (100,
Glasner, even) won, Lady Carol (105, Butler,
i to 1. place) second. Deuce (J0K, Conway,
out, show) third. Time: 1:27. Toplofty
and Virginia Maid also ran.
Sixth race, mile: Mirth (95, Kennedy, 1
to 5) won. Purant (100, Butler, 7 to 1, place)
second, Snake Mary (Inn, McGee, 4 to i,
show) third. Time: 1:41. Mai Fletcher,
Lady Vie, Oriental Queen, Miss Cassle and
M.iv Calla also ran. . -
KMI'IUB CITY. N. Y., Oct.. 23. Summary :
First race, 2-year-olds, selling, six fur
longH: Slmcoe (I1H, Notter)- won, Golden
Legend (100, Clement) second, Summer night
103. McCarthy) third. Time: 1:13H- Ecliau,
Eustactan. Crania, Spellbound and Chepon
tuc also ran.
Second race, 3-year-olda and up, selling,
nilla and seventy yards: Imitator no), Up
ton) won, Poquesslng 1, McCarthy) sec
ond, Coat of Arms (i, Notter) third. Tims:
1-.45H, Coincident, Okeiilte, Rockstons. I'm
brella, Sanguine and Matlaga also ran.
Third race, a-year-olds and up. selling, six
furlongs: Woodlane (11-'. Notter) won,
liiskra (101, Cullen) second, Saraclnesca (loi,
McCarthy) third. Time: 1:13. Belle Strome.
Esoteric, Select and He Knows also ran.
Fourth race, the Tarrytown stakes, a-year-olds
and up, tni'e and a sixteenth:
E'rank GUI d-H. Notteri won, Spooner (118,
M Her) second. Tho Squire (11.1. Upton)
third. Time: 1:47. Three starters.
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