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TirE BEE: OMATTA, RATUItDAY, SEPTEMBER 1S. W.
At the Princess Cloak (Si Suit Co.
WOMEN'S SAMPLE AUTUMN SUITS
Two Hundred Suits From Our Own Factory
At Less Than Wholesale Prices
Here's the good news; that many women
will be delighted by this sale by embrac
ing this opportunity of buying one of the
many new and approved styles for this
Regular $15.00 to $45.00 Suits
ON SALE TOMORROW at $8 to $25.00
Too many different prices to qnot in detail, but the prices afford a sav
ing; of from one-third to a half.
And your choice of serges, in plain and diagonal weaves, wide-wall suit
ings, broadcloths and worsteds, and various other materials and shades. Some
are plain tailored, others having artistic trimming touches of soutache braid
and strappings, seml-flttlng and tight fitting coats; skirts are all plaited, of
which some are with deep hip yoke effects. Come early If you want the cream
of the pick.
Princess Cloak & Suit Co.
Management Goodyear Raincoat Co.
S- . Corner 16th a.nd Davenport Sis.
SLATE WINS AND
(Continued from First I'age )
odd or tsi Mirr
HEW rAXX, MODELS.
I Irani I
Don't forget the Grand
Opening tomorrow, Satur
day, of the "When Credit
Clothing Co., 1519 Dodge.
The Little at a Time Store.
A New System of Credit.
A New Store.
It will pay you to trade at
""When" Merchandise is
""When" is where the
Terms are More Liberal.
"When" is where you get
Try the "When" tomor
row. Call anyway and get a
nice Souvenir Free.
1519 Dodge St
Nr 16th a
PIANOS AT COST
AND EVEN LESS
THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME TO
OWN A DISTINCTLY HIGH GRADE PI
ANO AT YOUR OWN PRICE AND TERMS
Some of these Pianos represent part of the Foster Bros,
(retiring dealers of Columbus, Neb.) stock purchased at 50c
on the dollar. Others represent sample Pianos and instru
ments taken in exchange for our regular line of new Stein
way, Weber, Hardman, Emerson, Steger, Chase, McPhail
and our Hand Made Schmoller & Mueller Pianos.
Call Early Saturday Morning to Obtain First Choice.
$1,600 Stelnway Concert Grand,
suitable for artist, only $450
$800 Pianola Piano, almost new,
$750 Electric Piano, full tone,
$600 Checkering upright, good as
$560 Stelnway upright case, rare
bargain, only $325
$500 Hardman upright, burl wal
nut case, only $300
$375 Fischer upright, only $185
$450 Chase upright, walnut case,
new, only $260
$400 Sample Piano, mahogany
case, at $225
$350 Knabe upright, only $175
$325 I vers & Pond, ebony case,
$300 Kimball upright, only, $100
$275 Cottage upright, mahogany
case, only $90
$250 Story & Camp upright, at
Fifteen square Pianos and Organs $10, $15, $20
and up. Used Pianolas $45, $55, $G5 and up.
Terms to suit your convenience. ONE DOLLAR PER
WEEK AND UP WILL DO.
If you wish to save $100 or more be sure and give us a call or
write for catalogues, prices and further Information. Every Instrument
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co
The Oldest Piano House in the West. Established 1859.
1311 & 1313 Farnam St Tel., Doug. 1625. Ind. A-102.V
We Rent, Move, Store, Tune and Itepair Pianos at Lowest Hates.
pared by the delegates or other members
be exemplified at Its pension; paper pre
of the order and dealing with the work of
the Institution, discipline and advancement
of the subordinate aeries may be read and
discussed; entertainments of approved
character may be held under convention
auspices; recommendations to the grand
aerie regarding the laws and work of the
order may be adopted; visitation of subor
dinate aeries for Instruction and encourage
ment, may be arranged for; and In general
such work may be engaged In as will be
effective In arousing enthusiasm among
the members of subordinate aeries and add
Ing to their numbers. At every state or
district convention there shall be present
a representative of the grand worthy presi
dent, and a copy of the minutes of every
convention shall be promptly forwarded to
the grand worthy president, who shall de
termine by his approval or veto whether
any action therein recorded was bad In
violation of the laws or powers of the
It is elsewhere provided that onl a past
worthy president may be eligible to become
president of a convention.
Under the present law of tha order atate
organisations may be formed whenever
there are two or more aeries in a stats on
petition of a majority of the aeries.
Fight on Amendment.
Tha committee provision waa not satis
factory to the radical autonomists and It
was attacked on the convention floor by
Thomas H. Oreevy of Pennsylvania and
others. Mr. Greevy offered an amendment
to allow any past worthy president to call
a state convention instead of giving the
power solely to the grand worthy president.
This amendment was hotly debated, but
was defeated by a vote of nearly 400 to BO.
The committee amendment was then
adopted by a large majority. The state
autonomists ascribe their defeat to the fact
they were not well organised and were
not united on any one plan of autonomy.
Some of them are satisfied with the com
mittee plan, saying It is a step in the
right direction. They express hopes that
the powers of the state aeries will be en
larged by future grand aeries.
Among other provisions contained In the
amendments proposed by the committee
and adopted by the convention are these:
Giving the grand aerie power to provide
a ritual and' rules and regulations for the
Prohibiting the establishment of aeries
In towns of less than 2,600 population.
Giving grand worthy president power to
suspend an officer of the grand aerie for
violation of the ritual, suspension to ex
tend to the next meeting of the grand
Allowing grand worthy president to ap
point deputy grand worthy presidents for
special occasions and In any particular Jur
isdiction, the deputies to have all neces
sary powers of the grand worthy president
Raising, the amount paid by subordinate
aerlea to the grand aerie for paraphernalia
from $250 to $276.
Providing no charter shall be Issued until
aerie has paid $275 and has sixty qualified
Changing the rrje in regard to appeals
from decision of the worthy president.
Providing uniform accounts for all aeries,
establishing methods of keeping accounts
and providing local aeries must keep their
accounts in books provided by the grand
Providing all fees and dues muBt be paid
In advance In order to entitle member to
right to vote or to receive benefits.
Making It compulsory to drop members
Well GROOMED men know how Im
portant a matter fit Is In clothes. SO VO
WE. The satisfactory fitting quality of
our garment. Is a wry good reason why
you should have NICOLL'S name In your
Good fit Is purely a matter of correct
designing, proper draping and skilled tail
oring. We are ready to guarantee these
ery Important points to you.
May we see you today or perhaps to
morrow? Trousers SB to 512 Suits 525 to 550
TODAY AT &3& TOKIOKT AT 8:15
and his Company In
DOWN WHERE THE COT
TON BLOSSOMS GROW
at roprLAB prices.
8UKSAT, MO WD AT, TUESDAY
8FSOIAZ, MATIJTEB TUESDAY
JOHN E. YOUNG
In tha Chicago Musical Buocsss
By Acclamation, the Eagles Choloe.
TNC SUCKLC Of OMAHAS AMUSEMENT BELT
lm Atrlgbtest Spot of All JEFFERSON
aa abuuljs ana Company of 60 in
THE BEAUTY SPOT
Original New York cast
Prlxe Beautv Chorus.
Matlnaas Wednesday and Saturday,
Sept. Is. 20, 21, 22 -The Great John Ganton.
Eaglaa Week Matinee Every y g:18
livery Might 8:18 Joa. Hart's Futur
ity Winner." Permane Bros.. Three
Lelghtons. Montgomery and Healey Sis
ters, Ferrell Bros.. Lew Wells. Vlttoria
ana lieorgietta ana uie Klnotlrom show
ing Alakkan-Yukon Exposition.
Frioes lOo, SSc, 600.
Hotels on Floor
Says They Have Not Overcharged,
but Have Stayed with Regu
Secretary Ryder of the Eagles' convention
committee came to the defense of the
Omaha hotel men Friday. At tha session
of the grand aerie he secured the floor for
a few minutes and explained that the at
tack on the hotel men of this city had been
unjustified, for there had bean no raising
of rates as had been alleged.
"The convention committee," he said,
"published a list of the rates to be -charged
by the Omaha hotel men. This list was
sent to every aerie in the country and no
body needed to pay mora than the pub
"We have Inquired at the hotels and have
found that none of them charged prices
higher than those published In our official
"I engaged several rooms before the con
vention for delegates who wrote ine In
advance stating just what kind of accom
modations they desired. I have not heard
a complaint from one of these men. The
truth. Indeed, Is that many of them have
come and thanked me for getting the
rooms. Every man who has come to me
has declared he received fine treatment at
WILLIAM JfcKUKMS' SONS.
20S.1I So. l.Vli St.
September 18, 19 and 20.
VINTON STREET PARK
Monday, Sept., 20, Ladles' Day.
Games Called 3:45.
15c. 85c lOo, TSo
TOHIQHT; MATINEE TODAY,
AJSY BEAT, 860.
The Sunny Side of Broadway
Sunday "Tha Blind Organist."
Just 'Jr ur drinking
Water X from !! Moun
tains. T.l". Douglas S3.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
1st Heat Vwm fapev-
III QKEAT SXCEDIA STOCK CO.
My Friend From Arkansas
Adunlsalon lOo and SOo
Lots of specialties; change of bill every
Blr Stat ralr Snows Frsa Attrae
tious. Bauef it Bsnson Aerie 120 J. Kid
out ana Visit the frlse Boosters of
Eagladom. Event of Convention Week.
KRUS PARK CALL GROUNDS.
Prof. G. K. Dinjian
Oriental Scientific Massage
Acute attacks of Indigestion, headache,
rheumatism, lumbago, etc., relieved by
two treatments. All chronic constitution
al diseases treated succesxf ully.
For full Information, call office
405 Bee Building. 1'hoiie Doug. 803.
Harry Appelbaum Laments Departure
of His Convention Twin, ;
18TX ABD JACKBOir
Unexcelled For It's Beauty and
Our Pasturlied Buttermilk It
1619 rarnam St. 140C Douglas St
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
On Dollar s leaf.
The convention twins have separated at
Harry Appelbaum, private secretary to
Tim Sullivan of New York, and a promi
nent delegate to the convention, In spite
of his popularity walked the streets alor.o
Friday. He was shunned by all other
delegates and had to pursue his way even
to the Paxton bar with only his own re
flection in the mirror to keep him com
pany. The cause of his lonesomeness was that
Charley O'Malley had gone home. These
two had been glued together with appar
ently a Damon and Pythias devotion dur
ing the entire session. Together they
walked tho streets In the day time and
they occupied the same bed at night. Thev
were dubbed "the convcnl'un twins."
Consequently when O Malley picked up
his belongings and left early Appelbaum
found that in his devotion to his "twin"
he had grown apart from all the other
delegates. He Is now wearing crepe and is
trying to get familiar enough with some
of the other delegates to chum up with
GIFT TO MOMAGIIA.V DRtni TEAHS
Overcomes RetirlnsT President, Wkaat
Wife Mrs Berlo.slr 111.
Retiring Grand Worthy President Ber
nard J. Munaghan was so nearly over
come Friday morning when tha officers
and members of the grand aerie preented
him with a beautiful chest of silver that
he was unable to finish his response to
the presentation speech mads by Eddie
Hlrsch of Baltimore.
Mr. Hirsch In his address said tha gift
was not offered fur ltd Intrinsic value, but
as an expression of appreciation for the
G ST s Music JM
the World 1 Umuf 3
Everything Known in Ellusic
j GENERAL DISTRIBUTERS OF THE
Smith & Barnes,
Price & Teeple,
Symphony Orchestral Organ.
A Very Special Sale of Discontinued Lines
This means something very different from discontinued styles. It means a complete
revision of the various makes of PIANOS heretofore carried on our floors. It means a
readjustment in what we conceive to be a better proposition or relation of one ffrade to
another, so that we may be better able to give our piano patrons BIGGER VALUE for
their money grade for grade.
In order to quickly effect this purpose, we have decided to place on sale all of the
pianos of several makes which we shall no longer handle, and make STARTLING
PRICES move out these pianos rapidly.
In justice to the makers no names are given in connection with these pianos, but the
figures tell the story. You must see the pianos, and note the various makes, to fully ap
preciate what this very special sale offers.
CALL AND LOOK THEM OVER
Eleven Pianos of a well known eastern make, never before sold at such remarkable
Two Player Pianos, of a well known make,
were $1,050.00, on sale Q Pfi
One Player Piano, was $750,
One Mahogany, was $350,
on sale . . . . .
One new beautiful oak piano, of a leading
make, was $300,
Two Pianos, shipped to us by mistake-
was $475 on
Do not buy a piano until you have investigated these great values which we offer. It
will pay you to trade at Hayden Bros.
Remember this, we refund you your money if the Piano is not satisfactory.
Leading Piano Houso
of the West
untiring work of the grand worthy presi
dent for the order.
Mr Mnnuvhan started to renlv. He said
he appreciated the xift all the more be
eauxe it waa something lor his home.
Then he burst Into tears end had to retire
from the staKe. Many of the delenutes
m unable to keeD b.U the tears. The
Incident was rendered more touching from
the fact that Mrs. Muting nn Is lying seri
ously 111 at home.
The chest contains 15S leces of solid
silver engraved with an old KriRlish M. !
The chest ..elf Is of niuhoKfany with
three drawers lined " Itl, red p i.hh. In the j
top Is a gold nlH'e wit.i this iuf ription: '
"Presented to Bernarl J. Muraghun by j
the state deputies, uffu'.'rs and members
of the grahd aerle, Fraternal Order of!
r.agles, Omaha, Nebraska, f'-pun.ber 1, '
The stenographers employed l:i the grand
worthy president's otfloj al io presented
him with a large Uuuwt of American j
Beauty roses. '
WOMEN' THAISK MHS. TI T11II.I. '
Wives of Visiting. Raxles fthotv A p
prrclatlon nlth t'ut ! Hrt.
Wives of the grand officers of the Eagle i
and of the committeemen have presented
Mrs J. A. Tuthlll with a magnificent cm
glafeS water set with tifty cards attached,
in recognition of the splendid way lit which t
Mrs. Tuthlll hu bt en enn rtaininif them
since they began their visit In Omaha.
Bird with llrokrn IM11I011.
M. J. Lehrrltter. one of the crew on lh'
Louisville l"g cabin in the parade Thurs
day, was Injured when a carelessly drive:)
automobile struck the float and knocked
Mr. Lehriitter off. He spialntd his ankle
and his head vat badly bruised, but he
was utile tu attend the convention hViia
Kentucky ttault t loses.
LEXINGTON. Ky.. Spt. 17 -The Klis.
National Lank of Bjrnsld,'. Kv.. cloned its
doors today. The bank has ti.Oiw capita:
Mock. overloana and some unfortunate
business deals are given us the cause of im
And a new direct connection for OMAHA with the en
We have established high class standard Pullman sleep
ing, car service between
El Reno, Okla. :
Leave OMAHA every day at 4:40 p. m
Arrive EL RENO next day 12:35 noon.
A Total K'll:se
of the functions of stomach, liver, kidnevs
and bowels Is quickly li.-pused (f with
KSeclno bitters. iiUc. u!d by Ueaton Li uu
This car passes through McFarland, Herington, Wichita,
Wellington and Caldwell, Kan., and Enid and Kingfisher!
Okla., and makes direct connection at El Reno for all points
in Oklahoma, Texas and Mexico.
0. S. PENTECOST,
Division Passenger Agent,
The Bee for M the Sporting News
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