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The Omaha Daily Bee
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VOL. XXXLX-NO. 81.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, SKPTKMBKll 1H, 1009.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
New Veils and Veilings
Titling Bent values aver
on any counter. Extraor
dinary purchase of hund
reds of pieces, best styles
and colors. Including sew
ing silk Telling, mesh and
chiffon veilings. Chenille
dot Tellings, marple and
lain mean Tellings,
Z."c, lie and 50c v
Ante Tells, chiffon with
hemstitched ends, alt the
best shades, $1.(0 regu
larly, at H
Calf foa Bordered Telia, 1
yard long, black and col
ors, 75c kind 4So
Laos Tells, new Importatloas
exquisite bordered noTel
' ties M to 15.00
Barrow Booking's, all oolorti.
0e quality at, yard...SSe
Bennetts for Diamonds Finest display
mounted and unmounted gems In the West.
Ribbons and Neckwear
Bibboas, silk and satin, 4
Inch widths, all eolors, lSf
Satin, taffeta. Meal1ne and
moire ribbons, 6-lnoh, 2fe
Messallne ribbons, - Inch,
every goed shade, 15c qual
Dresden ribbons, beautiful
floral designs, 80c and 75c
Bilk Soarfs, two yards long,
incurs wide, bordered
ell round, best colors, )
value, for sl-lls
Xrfkcs Collars, new Import.
. mlse and baby Irish ef
frt. narrow and wide
widths SBo to S9.00
Xiao Ceat Bets. ,T5o to 91.60
Our Very Best Showing Men's Fall Soils, Top Coats, Raincoats, Etc.
That something better in men's suits bo noticeable in some clothing is
strikingly apparent in the Bennett Fall lines. Suits that are designed not
only to fit yonr person but your personality as well, are points that define the
difference between mediocre and high class tailoring. Whatever your station
in life, your occupation or age there's just the suit here to meet your require
ments. The new fall suits and top coats we show eminate from the master tailors.
Some are conservative, some moderately brisk, others with all the snap and
ginger of the breezy young collegian.
There's a distinctiveness in fabric, fit and design to our suits imparting
a self-satisfied feeling that comes only from the knowledge of being correctly
appareled. The new lines get their best showing tomorrow.
Men's Suits $10, $15, $18 to $25
Swagger Top Coats, the popular Ches
terfield model, the correct thing for
the in-between season; knee length,
in light colors, oxford gray and black,
serge or silk lined $10 to $25
New Rain Coats, in mixture and stripe
worsteds, single and double breasted,
some with combination collar, to be
worn either regular or military style,
at $10 to $25
In the Boys Section, 2d Floor.
$3.00 and $5.00
Boys' Reefers, $1.95
The first cool days and nights of
Autumn call for a light coat for the little
fellows. We offer for Saturday:
Boys' $3.00 tan covert reefers and $5.00
brown and gray checked or plaid reef
'ers, in 3 to 8 year sizes, ' $1 95
FttutMan and Norfolk Salts In new, plain and
fancy cloths; Bites 3 to 10 years, R2 OO
92.50 $3.00 $3.50 i $5.00
Boys' Knickerbocker Suits Many with two pairs
pants. New cloths and patterns, at JRJ5 OO
$3.00 S3.0O to $5.00
Smart New lists for the Little Fellows
Turbans and novelty styles In red, blue, gray
materials and patent leather effects, at 50
Boys' Telescopo and Trooper Hats Jn new shades,
for 6 to 15 year boys, J01.OO 91.25 91.50
The Day's Best Offerings In
New shipment Fall Shirts, in large range
of effective patterns; many &4 PA
shown for first time tomorrow. vX3U
Odd Lot Shirts for men, miscellaneous as
sortment, all sizes, 75c and $1.00 values,
Half Hose Mercerised, guaranteed by maker, at
6 pairs for $2.00; we guarantee at 0 pairs for
11.60; all best colors; or pair 25
Derby Bib Underwear for man; shirts and draw
ers; ecru and blue; fall weight 50
Boys' Blue Chambray Shirt Soft attached col
lar 6c kind 35
MEN'S FALL HATS A irreat line of new blooks
In black stiff hats at 92.0O 92.50 $3.50
Stetson self conforming stiff hats, In new shapes,
New Soft Hata Black and colors, SI. 00
Toung men's trooper and telescope hats: light
blue, lima and black, at 91 .50
Sari pies 75c and $1.00 Hose, 29c
Just for Saturday, an unusually inviting hosiery event. A
purchase of an importer's sample line of fine silk lisle
hand embroidered hose, in all the new shades at a fourth
value makes a rare bargain offering 75c and
$L00 Qualities, rwur JC
Misses' imported fine ribbed
stockings, light or medium
weights, 25c kinds 19c
$L00 qualities, pair
Women's silk lisle hose, linen heel
and toe, 60o values, at three
Pr for 91.00
Women's 36c lisle hose, pr. 25
Kid gloves to match the ne-w
suits and fabrics High quality;
beet lines imported
2 clasp Lambskin gloves, all colors
1 clasp Mannish Cape gloves, $1
3 clasp Prime Lambskin gloves,
S clasp Orenoble real kid gloves,
Special lot broken sites; Lamb
skin, Cape and real kid.
11.00 Gloves, at 6f)
$1. 60 Gloves, at 806-
en hosiery, gloves, handker
chiefs and knit underwear
purchases Saturday. '
Women's fleeced vesta and pants,
the regular 36c kind, for . .251
60c gauss fleeced vests and pants,
fl.00 gauze fleeced union suits,
Children's fleeced vests and pants,
all sizes, at 25
Women's pure linen initial hand
' kerchiefs, sheer; 15c goods, 70
20c linen Appenzella' embroidered
Men's linen initial handkerchiefs,
The "Odd Shop" Sells Out
Every lover of good books In Omaha knows the high character of
line oarrled by the "Odd Shop" Mrs. Shears, one of the best book buy
era la the west, on account of iU health, was compelled to discontinue
DENNETTS BUY THE STOCK
and offer It for sal at Ug price eonoesslofcs Saturday.
Every book was selected far Its literary merit. There are no cheap
books er cheap editions, ittt the best that are made, bound and printed.
Every book Is In perteet condition, and a valuable adjunct to any li
brary. Details are Impossible here. There are hundreds of books and
scaroely two are alike. Under ordinary conditions these books could
not be sold for less than publisher's restricted prices. This sale brings
them a third to a half lea. Arranged la lots.
Note the Low Prices We Make
Odd Shop Ito books ..-250 I 4 Bhov 1B0 1x5 91.00
I Odd Shop 12 and $3 books, at
Odd Shop 7 Bo and 11 beoks 5O0 1 91.50 and 92,00
HIGH CLASS jrVKXTTiFH nia Interesting assortment ef choioe
children's books, makes- one of the big features of the Odd Shop stock
Saturday Candy Specials
Bennett's Special Chocolate I Famous Assorted Nut Pat
Creams 50o quality, y C I ties, 40o quality,
pound aCJC J .pound a-slIC
Tailored and trimmed hats in
endless profusion; a myriad of
new shapes and colors. In vel
vet, moire and felt, deftly and
beconiinRly trimmed with fancy
feathers, wings, velvets, buck
les, etc. The most extenMve
showing of Bmart fall styles In
Omaha today. Run In Satur
day; the lines are on the tables
for your Inspection. Bennett's
moderate prices are a big feature.
A oomplttely equipped depart
ment featuring- every requisite for
a perfect oolffare. Too surely pay
lsss at Bennett's. Just not these.
Swttonee Keal hair, It Inches
long, all shadnn, regularly 1 1 f. 0 ;
our price S8o
Witt Switches Human hair, II
inches long, regularly .00 kind;
our price fl.SS
Reg $t 60 kind; our price. SU.OO
Transformations To cover entire
head, Ion wavy hair, value,
Trnnnformatlons. half slss. 15
Cluster Curls In All has, reg
ularly selling fur 3.6; our
ruffs and Curls Combined, t3.60
kind, for tl.75
Triangle Puffs Usually IS 50;
iur price $3.60
Ail Our Hair Veto Kitra lsrse
size, all shades; special 100
Malr Bolls 24 Inch, net oovered,
usual 26c kind, at 18o
Phenomenally Successful Garment Selling
Come Saturday for suits and dresses. The styles that are
to prevail have been established, eliminating all uncer
tainty in your seleotions. We are displaying by far the
greatest variety of really correct modes at popular prices.
Stunning 45-inch coat suits of high grade worsteds and
broadcloths and ultra fashionable pleated one-piece dresses
in all the new shades t1f"kCfl C fa.
exceptionally big line,
Black Jackets for Fall
Very handsomely tailored 86-inch gar
ments In Panama, serge and broad
cloth, including extra
larffA slz&s un In II r
116.00, 112.00 and
Of black, navy and brown Panama, In
new pleated effects, $95
Wide range ot new Fall styles Heat&er
bloom, Feathersllk, etc., prettiest,
fluffiest we have had
$1 - $1.75 - 92 - 92.50 - 92.05
A Heavier winter coat in red, gray
and navy, in 2 to S year
sizes, values to $7. BO, for,
More New Sweaters
White and cardinal, double breasted,
seml-fltted styles, new lot Just open
ed Those woo have been c
wattlnr far thitm ran nnw r
be suppUed $3.95 and
The new Fall line In dark, percale,
also cadet and shepherds' checks,
well made and finished. ts?
all sizes lff
A purchase of several hundred reefers
from N. Y. manufacturers retiring
from business. Splendid school coats
In plain colors and fancy cloths, well
made and nicely trimmed. Coats reg
nlarly selling for 95, IS
and 17.50 sizes 6 to
1 1 4 years for
. 1 iS::. , MUM
Highest grade of stove construction ;
less In price tnun many Inferior stoves.
Saturday prices make a deposit, we
will deliver when wanted.
No. 816 Advance Peninsular Range,
No. 817 Advanoe Peninsular Range,
No. 816 Electro Peninsular Range.
No. 817 Electro Peninsular Range.
Savory Enamel Basting Roaster, li.il
kind, at 91.50
Savory Enamel Basting Roaster, 1.I6
kind, at 91.25
Wire Coat Hangers, per dos 35fr
16o Stove Pipe, with 10 stamps, 12
25c Elite Sink Strainer, for ....15s
J5c Wilson Dread Toaster, for . -15,
Padlocks, with two keys, and 10
stamps 10 and 15fc
TOM nuai'iiaa 10 sauce shells, a
limited quantity; while lot lasts, per
bos, at 40o
10 per cent saving on all other shells.
Kodaks and Supplies
No. I Bull's Eye Kodak (fixed focus
Mo. I Brownie Camera, similar to No. I,
takes picture lit S4.00
Mo. S Folding Pocket Kodak, post card
Film Plate Premo, 4x5 Inch $83.88
Kastman's N. C. Films to fit all kodaks
Cramer Crown Plates, 4x5, for BSo
Cramer Crown Plates, 6x7, for SOo
Eastman's Hollo Toning: Solution, four
ouncss for 30o
Toilet and Drug
Oakley's 1 5c
der LeTrefle 16o
Large Chamois TSe
Carbolic Balve, 1 C.
iia box for. . .'
Fountain Syringe, 2
quart, 11.00 CO.
PHI, 25c box, -for.
Large bot. Am
Epsom Salts, lb. lOo
Paraffins, lb. . .16o
Saturday's Great Low
Prime I loll
Roat, lb. ,
lb., 7 . ,
bouse Steak, lb
Veal 8 tew
sugar cur- 4 l
ed.. by ths I 4,(
palls for !5o and
A Shoe Event for Men
An amazing mark down of high grade, well
known makes of men's Bhoes. A sacrifice of profit
and more, to clear up the entire odds and
broken sizes of
Wm. L. Douglas $3.50 and $4.00 shoes.
Fellowcraft $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 shoes,
Endicott & Johnson $4.00 and $5.00 shoes.
This gives you choice of the smartest shoes
made. Patent leathers, velour calf, gun metal
and vlci; In lace, button and blucher styles, also
any low cut shoes In the house In
tan or black.
Over 1.001) pairs, every (T
size In the lot iUo-V
lutely best J 3. 60. $4.00
and S5shois, Satur
Our Big Busy Grocery Offers These for .Saturday
Pride of Bennett's Flour, sack $1.0530 stamps
Bennett's Capitol Flour, sack $1.05 30 stamps
Bennett's Best Coffee, three pounds 91.0U 100 stamps
Bennett's Best Coffee, one pound SSc 30 stamps
Bennett's Teas, assorted kinds A8c 75 stamps
Bennett's Tea Sittings, pound 15c 10 stamps
Bennett's Capitol Baking Powder 24o 20 stamps
Raspberry Pies, made by Mrs. Douglas lOo
Argo Oloss Starch, two packages lOo 6 stamps
Franco-American Soups, quart can 85o 20 stamps
Eddy's French Mustard, Jar 10c 10 stamps
Rub-No-More Soap, nine bars 26c
Bayles' Horseradish Mustard, Jar l-Mc 10 stamps
Hartley's Marmalade, Jar 20c 20 stamps
Bidder's Tomato Soup, large can 20c 10 stamps
Diamond Crystal Salt, 14-lb. sack 5c 20 stamps
Golden Harvest Bird Seed, pkg 18c 10 stamps
Cheese, best quality, pound 20c 10 stamps
Jersey Butterine, two pounds for 88c 10 stamps
Crackers, assorted, pkg 10c 10 stamps
Pork and Means Best We Have brand; usual price 18c; special offer,
Jap Rice, four pounds 25x520 stamps
Yacht Club Salad Dressing, bottle 25c 20 stamps
Pure Honey, pint Jar 25c 20 stamps
Dlfmond Crystal Table Salt, pkg lOo 10 stamps
Cookie Bale Cocoanut and marshmallow cookies; usual price 15a lb.,
H. J. Helm Soar Mixed Pickles, quart SOo 10 stamps
H. J. Helns Sweet Onions, pint 0o 10 stamps
Royal Celery Bait, bottle lOo 10 stamps
Black Cherries, 3 5o cans for 20c
nUTTER Bennett's Capitol Creamery; the finest produced; pound
brick, full weight 82o
Fruits and Vefletakles
California Tokay Orape.i. 7-pound basket
Conoord Drapes, 6-pouni basket
Colorado Peaches, crate
Cooking Apples, par peck
Jerey8weef Potatoes, Rutabagas, Csbbage. Squash, Carrots. Beets. Crn
berries, Red Cabbage, Egg flant, IJuoumber, peppers, etc.. at iowesi auorke
HANSON BACK TO .- SHDKERT
Bestaarant Building Reverts to the
Owner and Lease is Canceled.
CREDITORS GET FROM UNDER
Will Have Fine Flatares Removed
tad Sold as Soon mm Poaslbli
fchakrrt Not Deterialacd
as to Fatarc.
O. E. Shukert will have the Hanson cafe
building formally turned ovwr to him to a
day or two.
K. F. Lery, trustee In bankruptcy for
the creditors, has decided to abandon the
leaae and the building will become ths pos-
salon of f-hukert.
Leary has secured the approval of Charl. s
McPoiiald. referee In bankruptcy, and the
Hai-son creditors are unanimous in favor
of ihi move. The action U potuible under
a pro via. on of the bankruptcy act which
permits the continuance, or abandonment
of a leasehold by a bankrupt.
The Shukert lease had eight and one-half
years to run at an annual rental of S10.2U0.
This would make a total of $K6.000 and the
creditors would become liable also for the
$24,000 in mechanics' liens hanging over
About 115.000 woud have to be expended
In remodelling the building. It was re
garded as Inadvisable that a total liability
of about $120,000 should be assumed, par
ticularly when it is considered that the
cafe never paid.
Shukert will have to fight out the 120,000
In mechanics' Hens himself as a rrsult of
the decision of the trustee. What Shukert
will do with ths building Is not determined,
lie declared that he had not given much
conHlderailon to its future use and had no
offers under consideration.
"We derided that the leaxe Is a large lia
bility rather than an asset,'" said Ieary,
"and the creditors are all willing that we
shall give It up. The tables, chairs and
other equipment will be moved out and
stoied. They will be sold as soon as pos
sible." Leary said the Calumet would continue
to be operated undur its present lease for
an indefinite time.
Liggett Will Say
Car Was Going
Seven Miles Per
That Will Be One Defense of Autoist
Who is Charged with Manslaughter.
THE BEST DIAWIHOEA REMEDY
In selecting a remedy for Diarrhoea. Dysentery. Cholera Morbus or Choi.
era Infantum, you should use great care.
There are many remedies on the market for these diseases. Rom. r
;fod. some should be carefully avoided. Others depend upon habit tormina
I .ii.b f ,i thfiir in ra W I f 4 1 .1. di i. i . . , . . .
--.. - - - .. -..uu . oiatauerry oaigam is me one remeay mat lk
always safe, sure and does not constipste. In 63 years, this mediolne has been
used in minions vi tabes oi oowei trouble and never has one single rase bees
reported where it has tailed to cure when the simple directions were followed.
vtaaeuems oiacaoerry Balsam stops the Diarrhoea, removes the cause
and leaves the stomach and bowel In their natural and regular state. 35c or
3 bottles 11.00 everywhere.
WAKEFIELD'S BLACKBERRY BALSAM
Judge Crawford of the police court heard
a part of the tetitimony In the cane of Guy
Liggett, who Is charged with manslaughter.
Liggett Is charged with running down
John M. Campbell on Sherman avenue,
near Lake street, on the evening of August
21 with his auto.
Campbell alighted from a Sherman ave
nue street car before it stopped as Liggett
was approaching In an electric automobile.
Campbell stopped In front of the auto, and
was run over. He received Injuries which
caused his death.
Dr. J. C. Bishop, ths attending physician,
was the first witness called. He testified
as to the condition of the man when he
was summoned and about the particulars
concerning the removal to the hospital and
up until he died.
Other witnesses were put on the stand
and examined. The trial progressed until
noon, when court adjourned and Judge
Crawford announced that It would be con
tinued until next Wednesday.
Witnesses testified that Mr. Liggett mas
running his car at the rate ot between
seven and eight miles per hour, and the
defenxe will make an effort to show that
Mr. Campbell aj kilied by an unavoida
Mr. Campbell alighted from the car be
fore It had come to a full stop and the
defense will try to show that ths auto
mobile would have passed the point where
the ftcciaeul g.c,curxtd. before Ul. Cupybell
alighted had he remained on the car until
the full stop was made.
COLORED MINISTERS REFUSE
TO BE SPONSORS FOR DANCE
Order Their Names Removed from
Posters Announcing; Grand Hull
for Kmanelpatlon Day.
Three sheet posters advertising the com
ing celebration by the lieuro people of
Omaha of Emancipation day next Wednes
day contain the names of rtev. William
W. 8. Pyett. pastor of the African Meth
odist Episcopal church, and Kev. John Al
bert Williams, pastor of the Church of St.
Philip the reacon. Episcopal, among thost
of twenty-five others as members of the
The names of the two clergymen were
placed on the bills without their consent
and they are highly Incensed over it, es
pecially Rev. Mr. Dyett. whose church is
opposed to dancing and dancing Is to be
one of the amusements at the celebration.
The names of the committeemen are
printed Immediately after the announce
ment of the "Grand Ball" at the close of
f Gives fur any substance
junout to health found ia food
B lesbiung hoai the Use oi A
Povder , IBS
the day's exercises and the Methodist min
ister said at first glance it would appear
that he was one In charge of this dance.
Those In charge of the celebration are
now engaged in tramping around town
pasting strips of blank paper across the
names of the two clergymen appearing on
the bills, effectually obliterating them from
Getting Ready to
Call County Committee to Meet Sat
urday, September 25, to
The republican county committee will
be called to meet Saturday afternoon of
next week to formulate plans for the
coming campaign. Myron L. Learned, the
new county chairman, will return during
the week from a protracted visit east and
will attend the meeting. Vloe Chairman
N. P. Swanson will call the meeting.
The proposed meeting for this week was
postponed on account of the festivities
but committee members and candidates
believe some action should be taken toward
formulating ths full campaign before all
Interests are centered In the Ak-Sar-Ben
"I am confident we have not lost any
thing by delay up to the present, as I
hear good reports from all sections," s,a:d
Mr. Swanson, "but e must not run any
risk and a month for a campaign Is not
any too long."
Retiring Chairman of the committee lays
especial emphasis on the necessity of get
ting the voters out to register.
The next isjjia uaUufl dA Is -Xeesday,
October 5. during the carnival. The last
registration day Is Saturday, October 23,
only a little over a week before election.
Twenty thousand voters should register,
say the party leaders.
Dies as Reaches
Young; Woman from South Dakota
Lives Till She Gets in the
Miss Gertrude Curry of Elk Point, K. p.,
died Immediately ufter reaching 'one of the
local hospitals Friday. She had been
br.iu-ilil her for an operation. Her condi
tion continued to fcrow more serious and
she us in a dying condition before reach
ing the hot-pital. The ambulance was hur
ried to the hospital and she was taken Into
the reception room, where she died. The
body will be returned to Elk Point for
Interment. She was 23 years of age und
I.ahni to io to lies Molars.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17-K(ist Lieuten
ant Frank P. Lahm. of the Signal corps,
has been ordered to lies Moines. Ia., for
temporary duty In operating the dirigible
balloon No. I, belonging to the army, at
the military tournament to be held there
beginning September 20.
ROBBERS LOOT KANSAS BANK
Three Thousand Dollars Secared susd
Rolldlna- Kadly Wrecked at
NEOSHO KALLS, Kan., Sept IT. Three
robbers early toduy entered the Neosho
Falls State bunk, dynamited the safe an4
escaped with fci.OM) In cash. The bank
bulldlntf and 'fixtures were badly wrecked.
In escuplng'the robbers exchanged several
shots with the city marshal without effect.
Extraordinary Plume Bargains
plrect from the maiiu-
isc! urer.s. Higgest plume
offer ever made. A
French curled, genuine
ostrich plume, extra
Willi- and very full head,
IS In. long, 2; 17 In.
long. 12 Hi; 1 In. lonir,
M H5; lu in. long, 7.
Willow illumes. IS in.
'""K. 1 In. long,
i' Kxlr heavy, brll-
it V J Haul, full wllow, made of
V " exlru heavy mule stock
Vi A" Plumes French curl-
L? V .1 Will
ira- -n nun it iiinw piuines
come In black, white,
brown. n:ivv nlH wiu..
emerald, light blue and gray. We guar
antee our plume-i to he the finest manu
factured and better than vou can buy
elsewhere at II,.- prl e When ordering
state color vou want. Money refunded If
goods are not s;.l Isfucloi v. Adilress M.
Brill, 783 3d St., 3d floor, MUwaukse, Wis.
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