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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1908)
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CORN SHOW PROGRAM READY
AtiofEier Bio Special Sale of Women's teimfs
Mftnfflw Saturday's sale so popular that we continue it Monday.
MUIIWdj Several hundred new arrivals of women's beautiful Suits
and Coats, newest styles most fashionable models, on sale Monday.
Arrangements Made for Various
Events at National Exposition. 1
GOVERNORS' NIGHT THE OPENER
thief KircnlUri of nrlo tr
Will It I'rpornt anil MnUr the
nrglnnlns a Mnnt !
Fall Sorosis Winter Sorosis
The women folks aro saying, "Never in our experience
in shoe buying have so many new and pretty styles in foot
wear been shown as the Sorosis store has this fall, 1'rowns,
tans, and blacks, in cloth tops or kid tops, and their the
price is a dollar less than they ask other places."
Sorosis leads the world in both fit and shape, holding
SOROSIS SHOE STORE
FRANK WILCOX. Manager
203 South Fifteenth Street
Have you bought your
winter underwear? If
not, come and see my line.
All the leading makes in
the various weights.
Dr. Jaeger's pure wool,
Dr. Deimel's pure lineu,
American Hosiery Co.
Munsing & Vassar Union
Suits, all prices. Shirts
made to measure.
1322 Farnam St, OMAHA
How often a woman makes
To the women with foot
troubles we say: "Come and
let ua Bhow you what our
makes have done to ease the
pain of your feet."
We have a specially con
structed women's shoe, made
one size smaller at the instep
and two sizes wider In the
sole. This elves a snugf fit
over the Instep and through
the heel and. at the same
time, allows the foot to rest
wholly on the sole, as It
should, and not on the up
pers. The stock used is fine, soft
kid; the sole, flexible and
easy. They are made in lace
Don't suffer with your feet
when you can Ret a shoe- like
Turned Soles $3.50
Welt Soles $4.50
Drexel Shoe Co.
1119 Faraaai Street.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY
BOARD OF EDUCATION
H H U
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Arrangement have been completed for
1Mb program of t lie opening dny, lecinler
!'. of tlie National Corn exposition, which
will be known as "Governors' day."
Tlie chief fxeoutlves of states will make
mlctressea duiini? tin; morning as follows:
Onvtrnor Sheldon f Nebraska, Governor
Cummins of Iowa. (Iovernor Crawford of
South Dakota and Governor Hocli of Kan
ta. Thc-oratovlral abilities of these governors
are well known. Governor Cummins of
Iowa is a recognized orator and one of the
first men of the nation to give encourage
ment to largo expenditures for spreading
the "gospel of com," which has been re
sponsible for Increasing the yield and the
quality of Iowa corn. Governor Cummins
Issued the first proclamation calling on the.
people of his state to support the National
Corn exposition as an enterprise which
means much to the west and the influence
of which will bo felt In the wealth produc
tion of a prosperous nation.
Governor Johnson of Minnesota, Governor
Buchtel if Colorado. Governor iJeneen of
Illinois and Governor Folk of Missouri
have promised to attend the opening cere
monies If It is possible for litem to get
away from state duties. Assistant Secretary
of Agriculture Hays will also be present.
Wattles Una lrram.
At a mcotlng of tho director of the Na
tional Corn exposition held Friday even
ing arrangements were made for a number
of the special features of tire exposition,
and President G. W. Wattles was placed
In charge of the program, which Insures
an arrangement which will count for the
success of the exposition, as Mr. V"atlles
brings to the corn show Ills experlenee as
the head of the Transmlsslssippt and Inter
national exposition. "
The evening of the first day will be given
over to a reception to the visiting govern;
ora, who will be at the main exposition
building and glad to meet people from their
own states, as well as the visitors to the
President Wattles also announces an ad
ditional feature In the contest of fraternal
societies, which will be on Friday, Decem
ber 11. Liberal prizes are to be offered for
drill teams and other special work of the
Another new feature will be "Old Coun
try day," which will be Thursday, Decem
ber 17. On this day the management has
arranged, to have special features for the
various nationalities which compose the
agricultural classes of America and have
made the nation gTeat. The Swedish peo
ple, the Germans, Poles, Norwegians,
Dutch, Bohemians and others will all have
some special part of the program devoted
to them, such as music or entertainment.
Victor Bender, editor of the Nonpariel,
has been made chairman of the special
committee for Council Bluffs and South
Omaha day, and, with J. D. llinger of
South Omaha, will make the arrangements
for this day.
Outlook fur Crowd Good.
According to Everett Buckingham, who
haa charge of transportation matters for
the exposition, the outlook Is for the largest
number of people coming to Omaha who
have been within the city's gates since
li98, when they came by thousands to make
the Transmississippl exposition a Jubilee of
victory at the close of the Spanish-American
war. Mr. Buckingham Is also familiar
with the number of railroad men coming,
especially those who will meet President
Roosevelt's commission on country life,
and tlie outlook Is for a large gathering of
railroad presidents, Including James J.
Hill. Ben Wllchel, A. J. Earling. Marvin
Hughitt and others.
The Illinois Central announced Saturday
that arrangements had been completed for
hauling baggage cars on passenger trains
to bring exhibits to Omaha without cost
to either tlie exposition management or
the exhibitors. The Great Western had
previously made such an announcement.
These cars will be taken to county seats
and the exhibits collected at each station I
and brought to Omaha in charge of a specal
The Rock Island lines have published a
folder entirely devoted to tlie National
Corn exposition and Omaha. It Is printed
on corn-colored paper, contains some six
teen pagea and Is the most elaborate folder
yet published In connection with the ex
position. Thousands are being circulated
In all states In which the Rock Island sys
The Burlington Is preparing to get out a
i new folder, having already published PK.-
iio twelve-page folders.
The I'nion Pacific Is to surprise railroad
men. as well as the business men back of I
the National Corn exposition, by a hand
some folder which that company is Betting
out and will be circulated immediately after
strikes a popular demand for men's
meets that demand with tiuallty,
1 le and tin i. e.
Vslk-Gvsr ShM Store
S14 loutU ISth St.. Omaha.
rar doora Bo. Beaton Drug Co.)
(It. . TKOKnOR, Wlk-Ov MM.
E'XK Shoes for the dap
per Young Dressers
the Vouug College .Men,
who always want the
limit in Shoe Style.
Wa aak tk attention of
TOUVO MI IT TO OUR FAX. I. SHOES
The choice leathers, the elite toe
k'hupes, the swIhk if tlie last, the cut
of the soles, ihe shape of U,e leel an I
a 1 1 ihe little oVluiU tiiut oeloiifc to
Hiii nihUlnit are here in nil ihelr
e)lnei S3.60, 94.00 to $5.00.
FRY SHOE CO.
10th 11 ml l)it!&lu8 Streets.
BLLJMT I W ?JTJS W'l J l JU'J'J'JI
D. C. SCOTT, D. V S.
Successor to Dr. H. L. RunacciottL ) '
tftSXBTAJTT Rin TITHIMAlUtt
ORlN aa XaapltaJ, 810 Kaaoai
Call Promptly Answered at All Hours.
C. D. THOMPSON AGENCY STAFF
I). 51. Cnrr Is Mnnntter and Arnold
Hornlnm Secretary and
Tlie C. D. Thompson Advertising agency,
whose offices ate on the second floor of
Tho Bee building, has effected a complete
reorganization since the death of its prin
cipal proprietor, Alfred Darlow. D. M.
Carr. who had been interested with Mr.
Darlow In other advertising and literary
enterprises in Omaha, Kansas City and
Denver, becomes manager; Arnold Borghim,
brother-in-law of Mrs. Darlow and for nine
teen jeara traveling freight agent for tlie
I'nion Pacific, with headquarters at St.
Iajius. Ki'd'elary and treasurer, and G. 1..
Carpenter, for many yeais associated with
Mr. Alfred Darlow in the advertising de
partment at tlie fnion Pacific and later
er.iploye 1 by the agency, will have charge
of certain branches of the work. Mr.
Uui'tilum will transfer his residence from
8t. I.ouls to Omaha and give his entire
time to the work of tills agency. The
new management will at onee enter upon
an aggressive campaign of business.
Mr. D.n low other interests In the liter
ary, publication and advertising line, which
were tarled, will be carried on Just as be.
fore h's d.atli In Omaha and the other
cities where they have been maintained.
Mr. RiiTf Darlow of St. I.ouis and Mr.
CuiKon I'oigltim nt New York have been
instrumental, with t' e adviye of Mia. Dar
low, In effecting: the reorganization.
Mrs. Alfred Drnlov has been appointed
adm';ii.-'t-atri vit:i wil' annexed of the
ffliti of tie Idle A'lVed I:i w.
k Ij t t. h:ivc line l -n's All ien iiiilir t.i
jc.il. turi.s h.m.i, n i, wound ;ri I
units. c. for talc ly ileal, n Drug C ,.
Will t.o lu Haasaa tlt.
Itev. Cyrus Townsehd Brady, rel tor of
Trlnliy Kpiococal chiirili, Toledo, O., and
f ormerly of Philadelphia, has unnounce I
that he bad decided to accept a call to j
Kansas City. He will tender his letixna-'
lion to 'lie vestry Monday, to tak ffecl I
January li DvxL I
Women's $-2 5 Suits Monday at $19.75
Together vrith the new arrivals of swell tailor made suits
we have inchuletl our $25.00 values. All made of fine wor
steds and hroadcloths, in the very latest styles. They are
without doubt the best suit values ever offered in the city.
V e bought iart of these at a big reduction
and will give you your choice of them
.ivu in tut; t-itj.
Women's $35 Suits Monday at $25
In going through our stock we found about fifty beautiful
high class suits, mostly one or two of a kind. These are
made of the finest materials in the very newest models ami
have been great leaders at $.'0.00 and $.o.00. But we are
going to sell all of them quick, so for the
one dav onlv, vour choice, while they last,
. jiiu we are
Women's New Stylish
Coats at $10
Just received several hundred new
coats, made of fine Kerseys, in
black, wine and castor, with semi
fitted back 50 inches long some
half lined, others full lined with
heavy satin. These are undoubt
edly the best coats evej
Young Ladies' or Misses'
Nippon Coats at $12.75
Also received a fine lot of these
nobby new coats, made of swell all
wool mixtures one of the season's
greatest favorites. These have the
new, large Nippon sleeves and pre
sent very striking effects. The reg
ular value of these coats is $18.00,
but for Monday we
let them go
Broadcloth Coats $18.75
Unusually attractive coats, made of
very fine imorted broadcloths,
lined with yarn-dyed satin, and
better than most $-5.00 coats.
These are unexcelled for style and
striking effects and you will never
find a better coat
Women's Very Swell
, 'flirecloirc" Coats $25
These beautiful coats are absolutely
the newest and most desirable mod
els of the season. Made of the
very finest imported broadcloth,
lined with Skinner's satin, have
hiirh collars and wide revers. Ileal
ly the most remark
able value ever of
fered at ... ,
50 Discount, Extra Special, 50 Discount
On all our evening coats. This men's that
vnil rsn htliu n.rr rf thflsn hnmitiful rnnlnc rf
imported models at exactly Half Price Monday
Silk Petticoat Sale at $3.95
We offer Monday a lot of high grade Petticoats, bought one-third
off. These are all made of the best quality rustling black taf
feta silk and usually sell at $6.00 and $7.50
very dainty and remarkable value (
WOMAN'S VESTS A!D PANTS WOMEN'S "MERODE" COMBINATION SUITS
Beautifully silk finished Egyptian Cotton vesta or r- r f nvnrniirrin Medium and heavy weight Sea Island cotton, French
pants, light, medium or heavy f MERODE LNDLRtVLAR Merino, and all wool suits in n n p
weight, at, per . Slip natural gray or white, at S
garment JJs Hand Silk Finished. $3.oo, $2.50. $2.00 and S,
Mrs. ChaSi C Hungate
(1hina decorating, order work a specialty. Les
sons Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Firing daily.
Leather craft, stains leather and designs.
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The Royal Acorn
Is the only buse burner with the Acorn
patented system of Hot Air Circulation and
the Acorn patented ash pit. These, with
the many other special Acorn features,
place the Royal Acorn iu a class by Itself.
It is well to remember that Acorn Silver
Finish Nickel does not tarnish with the
heat and Acorns do not fire-crack. Don't
make the mistake of buying a poor bane
burner. It's an expensive experiment.
Why not buy ail Acorn and be sure. They
have stood the test of 77 years of use, and
we have more than three thousand testi
monials from Omaha users.
The prices are from 23.00 upward.
Cash or easy payments.
We are also factory agents for Cole's
Celebrated Hot lilast, the best soft coal
Prices from $10.00 upward.
in all of which the latest Chicago Tribune Bulle
tins will be posted throughout the night.
Chicago Tribune Bulletins are the most complete
and accurate obtainable anywhere and will be
telegraphed direct from Jhe Tribune office to all
parts 1" the Uuilinulou Koute. '
If yon r roluff sway (taction nlfht trtval i ths
Barling-ion nA get tu slsotioa returns on Touts.
l'lione or cull for berth reservations.
J. B. Bsynolds, C. F. A., 1502 rrnm St., Oma.hu. Phon D. 3580.
JOHN KUSSIE HARDWARE CO.,
2407-09 Cuming St.
"IF YOU BUY IT FROM HUSSIE IT'S RIGHT"
umiU-iJL.mmii u J.iu.m.iid.ffym-"if u si imimw .hiiiiiulj ..
It foes farther bocuusa
It Is better.
One oidtT will convince
you of Us Kuperlur merits.
For sale at all groc-rs
L'. P. Stzm Baklaj
(Our Own Knil ;mIn m Spc llly.)
Home Made Hosiery,
like mother used to
make, hi all sizes ') to
(. Also men's and la
dies'. Complete iu all
JOS. F. BILZ SONS
201 N. 16h Si.
'Phone, DOUG. 1993
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