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TIIE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1000.
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The Great Sale of Long and Short Kid
Gloves at Bargain Square No. 2, in Basement, i ale
Commences at 9 A. M.. Repaired and Exchanged Gloves.
A leading manufacturer sold to us regardless of cost all the gloves that had been returned
for exchange within the past few months. All that were damaged have been repaired; you
will find these glove3 most remarkable values. In two lots Saturday at 59c and 79c a pair.
Lot 1. Long and Short tilace Kid
Gloves, a good assortment of black,
white, tan, brown and light blue. Regu
lar $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 values; your
free and unlimited choice in 7Q
Saturday's sale, per pair
Lot 2. All Short Gloves, in black,
white and many other shades, regular
$1.50 values; your freo and unlimited
choice in. Saturday's sale at, QCI
per pair C
Included in Saturday's great glovo sale are a quantity of Golf Gloves for men,
women and children at greatly reduced prices.
Anticipate vour future clove needs and lay in a supply tomorrow Be her p Q A . M.
I as there will be a big demand for. these gloves.
Saturday Special sale of Veiling, all the popular colors; at, yard (Main floor) 19c
Special Sale of Hosiery
Children's tan cotton hose, double soles, and
kneei. 15c quality, Saturday,- 3 pairs for 25c.
A broken line of women's colored Hale hose.
60c quality. Saturday, 18c per pair, 3 pairs, 60c.
A discontinued line of children's black hose,
36c quality, Saturday, 18c per pair, 3 pairs, 50c.
Cold Weather Necessities for Children
All the new coats are in, the handsomest line
we have ever shown, sizes 1 to 6 years, bonnets
Children's knre leggings in white and colors
at 60c, 85c, S1.Q0, 11.25 and 1.50 a pair.
Children's wool toques in white and colors,
at 26c, 35c, 60c,0c and 75c each. Main floor.
IHair Goods De- (jt f st V
partment, Third tjiCT QJCKsJ
third floor; Man
icuring in connection.
were people on this aide of the line that
had the same views that they had with
reference to becoming: a state, but that
they preferred to have each community
work out Us own salvation.
"Now, my friends, I might Just aa well
make the announcement now, so aa to
relieve nry loubt on tlie subject, that 1
waa elected on a platform that declared
In favor of the admission of New Mexico
and Arlsona aa separate state, and that
so far aa I can properly exercise any In
fluence aa the chief executive, for, bear
n mind, I am not the legislator, 1 expect
to exercise that Influence to carry out that
promise of the platform on which I waa
' "You- are looking forward to statehood
aa If It were heaven. Well, I venture to
think that there will be a considerable
difference between heaven and that state
after you become one; that you will have
a great many responsibilities that you don't
fave now and a good many difficulties,
ha weight and burden, of which you don't
now appreciate. There are quite a number
of preliminary atc-p that you have to take.
South End 6nST.
rHOHE OF THE
"You have to draft a constitution, and
that Is going to affect ths character of
your atate for years to come. And I want
thct you shall have time and deliberation
to make a good constitution, and not har
ness yourselves up with a lot of restric
tions that will really Interfere with the
growth of your state.
"Don't put Into your constitution a pro
vision as tq the length of the linen sheets
to be put In a hotel. It may be .that they
ought to be limited; It may be that they
ought to be made , of a certain else. 1
sympathise with that feeling myself. But
the constitution Is not the proper place to
put It. You want to trust your legislature
and you ought to follow the model of the
constitution of some of the older states
which have also modeled s.fter the con
stitution of the United States.
"An amendment to the constitution la a
difficult thing, as we are finding out now
In attempting to amend the federal con
stitution, and so you will find It in the
atate constitution. Therefore, put there
only general principle and don't attempt
to legislate every fad of every man who Is
voluble and gets Into your cbnstltulonal
convention. I say Hits with a great deal
of fervor, not as a partisan, not as a
republican or a' democrat, but In the In
tel est of vour state, aa a state, whether
you vote the republican or the democratlo
"I want. If we are responsible for your
coming Into the union, as I am willing
to be, and as the republican party Is will
ing to be, that you should Justify that
admission by making ycurselve a progres
sive, but at the same time a conservative
TWO PltESlDRNTS UNO N GERKD
Saeret Service Meaths oat tho Alert
for Suspicions Characters.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M Oct. 15.
nourishing a knife and announcing that
he would kill President Taft, an unidenti
fied man was arrested after a vicious
struggle by the local police this after
noon. SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Oct. 15. Secret
service men of Mexico and the United
States are searching for Alexander Berk
man, the noted anarchist, who Is said to
have been seen on the streets earlier In
the day. Berkman was only recently re
leased from the penitentiary for the,
shooting of Henry Frlck, president of the
United States Steel company.
CHICAGO, Oct. 15. The Chicago Journal
today declares that an anarchist plot, di
rected from Chicago by men planning to
assassinate President Taft and President
Dial at El Paso, Tex., tomorrow, has been
dl.-covered by secret service men here. The
Juuinal story proceeds:
s "Chief Wilkle of the secret service bu
reau has assigned many detectives to learn
the Identity of the men selected to kill
the two presidents.
"For the last two weeks. It was learned
today, meetings have been held by the an
archist groups In every large city of the
country, but the assassination plans, ac
cording to government agents, were com
pleted In this city.
"Four of Chief Wllkle'a men disguised as
laborers attended a socialist meeting here
last night, at which the execution of Prof.
Ferrer in Spalu was condemned."
It Is asserted that the cancellation of a
public meeting of the heads of the two
governments was at the advice of Chief
No reports of a dlscoveryof a plot to as
sassinate Presidents Taft and Dim have
been received here.
DENVER, Oct. 15. No secret service men
have been sent to Chicago from Denver,
according to seoret service officers In this
city. A member of the Denver staff of the
government secret service went to El Paso
last Wednesday, however, on receipt of a
telegram from Chief Wilkle. s
EL PASO, Tex., Oct. 16. Secret servloe
men now In this city deny that a plot has
been discovered to assassinate either Presl-
0 r&'ssist'siSss&sstsr's''ru iJ
j) oarages io ions
"Imperial" Overcoat 4
soaapletest Una of "Col-!
- legs' sweaters f ei !
young ansa Is 1 f a t
here $5.00 and as low
"Marphy Epeclol" hat
la a drawing card now
sweUest ef blocks, new-'
est of shades. . . , . .93-60
BxraTfr Te "Bmpi."
aal "Star" shirts are
featured here in -Cadet-
IS. Pertest. of styles
at 98.00, $1.50 aad 91-00
the "Sampeck Imperial" overcoat has a
"quintuple" collar one collar that may
be changed into any one of five effects,
folds close four different ways for wear
on "blustry" days, and looks like any
other cellar when arranged for ordinary wear.
the "Imperial" lent a "freak" quite to tho contrary it's the
most sensible young mac's garment brought out In century.
Aslds from the collar feature, k,ach of these young men's gar
ments Is superbly styled made up from some tony obevlot or
fancy fries, ovsrooating s graceful as overcoat as ever turned
oold away from the back of a young fellow wearing "30s to 38s."
We tell tho whole sartorial story when ws state that the "Sam-
peck'' people are responsible for tho Idea, tho roods, the style.
-seljs at $20. 22L, $25
curve just right
eftu all It's tho "curve'' that puts mettle and stylo Into young
man's suits. Tho young aaaa who offsets slso 30 to 38 wouldn't
give a snap of his fingers for tho best woolens over turned off a
loom If tho "curves" were net to XXI notion.
"Sampeck" salts for young- fellows this fall have H-tnch welt
seams to the trousers the coat lapels arc close fitting) tho coat
lengths are PKBCISEiT tight
oar exhibit sparkles with tweeds, Scotches, cheviots, serge fin
ish saltings, cheeks, pin stripe plaids ana so on. The fashion
. plates of a few years ago were considered overdrawn today a
properly clad young fellow looks more precise than tho fashion
plate If he wears "Sampocks."
-sell at $20, $225i, $25
dent Taft or President Ilas. It Is a fact
that numerous anonymous letters have been
received at local newspaper offices and at
the Mexican consul claiming that bombs
are ready for Diss. One of these letters,
It Is understood, was sent to the Chicago
Journal. The authorities, however, ap
parently do not take these letters seriously.
ALL READ! FOR BIG CAME
(Continued from First Page.)
are also willing to bet that the Gophers
ill win by at least fifteen points.
' Minnesota's showing In the ether games
of the year has led Its supporters to ex
pect a big score ajtalnst Nebraska and
It Is because of this that they have plenty
of rqoney to ay that the Cornhuskers
will be trimmed by a Wide marffin. None
of thetr money wts'eovered yesterday, hut
It Is believed, with' the arrival of the Lin
coln crowd today, that some of It will be
taken at the odds offered.
Rome ef the Past Clashes.
The game today will make the ninth time
Nebraska and Minnesota have met In the
last ten years. In tho etgtit games already
played the Cornhuekers liavo been suc
cessful In getting away with a victory but
once.. lAst year they suoceeded In playing
the Minnesota eleven to a tie score.
In but '.on -.'year,' IMS, since the two
teams have been playing eaoh other have
the Cornhuekers: been easy prey for the
men from tho north. In that year the
Cornhuskera were Just a little over-confident
and went to pieces.
This year there Is ho over-confidence
not even confidence and It Is when Ne
braska Is In such a Condition of mind that
it usually playa the hardest ball. To many
of the Nebraska rooters It would not be
a surprise If their team came up with one
of the gamest fights In the history of foot
ball relations between the two schools.
The Lincoln contingent, fully 8.000 strong,
will arrive In Omaha at 10 o'clock this
morning over the Burlington road. There
will be two special trains. The trains are
scheduled to leave Lincoln at 1:30 and 8:41
o'clock. ' '
On the first train will be "the team and
band with many of the rooters. At the
depot here the 'rooters and team will form
into a parade and march to the Henshaw
hotel, where a demonstration will be made.
The route of the parade will be: From
the Burlington depot down Tentb street to
Harney and then along Harney to Four
teenth street. At Fourteenth the parade will
turn north to Farnam and after entering
on Farnam will march west to tho Hen
shaw. Following will be the lineup:
Johnton, lit L
Kurt, 14.., li.T.
Wclcott, lfS L.O.
Bhonki, 1M ,..0.
Kwing. 1W ft. a.
Tempi, 1M R T.
Miser, iti U.K.
B.l.ll.jr. 144. Q.B
Belticr, 1U C.)..
Frank, 104 R H
Rl Rtdemarher, 161
P.T Mcfre, 177
R (1 '. Powrni.
C rsrnatn, 1M
La Mohuud. 11
LT Wilk.r, 1M
LB PtUIJohn. HI
Q B....McUOTrn (0.1. 144
LH'RH 8tna, 171
F.B. F B Smith. 17J
Ull Jstiniton, 164
Total welsht of team: Nebraska. 1.RS0
Minnesota, 1,111. Total weight of line,
Nebraska, 1.376; Minnesota. 1,243. Aver
age weight of team: Nebraska, 170 10-11;
Minnesota, 1711-11. Average weight of
line: Nebraska. 182; Mlnnexota, 178. Av
erage weight of backfleld: Nebraska, 151;
Goasls of the Game.
Johnson, McCJovern and Stevens of the
Minnesota eleven have played against Chi
cago and Carlisle and are thoroughly ex
perienced. Practically all the beat seats on sale at
Lincoln were gone Friday and a choice
bunch was reserved for Omaha, these now
betntf on sale here,
The new bleachers were all In place at
the Vinton street grounds yesterday and
were Inspected yesterday afternoon. They
will seat 2,000 people and are Borne of the
finest in tho west. .,
A squad of cadets and the University
military band Will head the parade. Tho
foot ball eleven will follow In automobiles.
The students themselves will march behind
the string of automobiles.
The total weight of Minnesota Is 1.R84
and that of Nebraska. Is 1.K80. The Corn
husker line Is heavier than Minnesota's,
weighing 1.276 pounds, while the Gophers'
line weighs but 1.843 pounds.
The two teams that meet at Vinton
street park this afternoon are nearly
evenly matched aa to weight, the Gophers
however, having Just four pounds the bet
ter of the Cornhuskera In beef.
Tho sale of seats for the game today Is
unprecedented In the history of Cprnhuxkcr
foot ball. Nearly all the tickets that were
placed on salo at Myera-plllon's were dis
posed of before last evening and Manager
Eager brought additional tickets from Lin
coln to accommodate the demand here.
In the back field Minnesota outweighs
Nebraska by seven pounds. It la here that
the Gophers have a big edk'e on the Corn-
nuskers. Their backs are whirlwinds and
know how to play the game from every
point. Nebraska's back field, with the
eji'epiion or uaptain Hcitxer ana Quarter
back liently never saw service In a big
The advantage In weight, however, Is
more than offset by the experience of the
Minnesota men. Only three of Nebraska'a
men are old at the game, while practically
all the Gophers have seen service In big
games. This makes the Minnesota line a
much harder proposition than It otherwise
would be and gives It an advantage over
the Cornhusker weight.
xvi l ' , - m a aa.
- Ma I
death Was a member of the firm of Lind
say. Kallsh 4 Palmer In that city. He was
73 years old. He had been 111 two months,
Mrs. Henrietta Mevenaoaj.
IOWA CITT, la., Oct. 15. (Special.)
Mrs. Henrietta Stevenson, a resident of
this county since 1SS7, died Wednesday
evening at the age of M years. She Is
survived by her husband and seven chil
dren: James A. and John F. of Atlantic;
W. E. of Sioux City; Mrs. John Schell
of Scott township; Henrietta Iratt of
Waukomls, Okl.; T. J. of Minneapolis
and S. K. Stevenson of this city, formerly
chairman of tho county central committee.
James t . Kelly.
IIA GKOVE. la., Oct. 16. (Special ) Just
six days after the funeral of his brother,
and while his brothers and sisters were
still on the trains homeward bound to other
states, James W. Kelly died very suddenly
of heart failure at the home of W. S. Kelly,
another brother. The brothers both died
very suddenly and both of heart failure.
that came upon them lfke a flash.
George W. Meyer.
CHARLES CITY, la.. Oct. 15.-(Special
Telegram.) George William Meyer .of
Charles City, the oldest clothier here and
one of the oldest settlers, died this morn-
ins;. He was 72 years of age and had lived
here for forty-one ' years. He was the
father of thirteen children.
Mary Lois Daniel.
Miss Mary Lois Daniel died yesterday at
the home of her parents at the age of 94
months. The remains will be burled at 8
o'clock today In Mount Uope cemetery.
CHILDREN A SACKED CARE
(Continued from First Page.)
moreaux, the afternoon session closing with
a class demonstration of "The Kinder
garten at Work," under the direction of
The evening services will be presided over
by Dr. J. D. M. Buckner. Mrs. Lamoreaux
win deliver an address on "The Crucial
Yeara." Other addresses will follow by
Chancellor Davidson and Bishop John L.
Neulsen, LL. D.
It a id ta,i J.i V L v. n I
ri ,y-, i j-r
That Are Becoming
Rightly Priced Too!
Women's Tailored Suits
in hundreds of new exclusive
styles, specially priced for Sat
urday at $25.00, $35.00 antl
Nifty Hew Dresses
Scores of brilliant new ideas,
shown for tho first time Satur
day at, each, $19.50, $25.00,
$29.50 and up to $ 15.00.
in a large variety of fabrics and
styles; exceptionally low prices
prevail. "We show the most com
plete stock of women's fur neck
wear and muffs.
ON SATURDAY Tllc Greatest Money-Making Sale
Saturday with each 60c jar of Beaton's
Cold Cream we will give absolutely
free the 60c Royal Vacuum Massage
machine We are anxious to have
every woman In Omaha use our cold
cream and have adopted this method.
Don't miss the opportunity remem
ber cream and massage machine Sat
urday, all for 50?
86c Swansdown powder, Saturday 10J
75c rubber gloves, Saturday ..39t
f 1 Pompean massage cream, Sat. 45?
$1 sanitary chest protectors, Sat. 50t?
$3 ladies' and gentlemen's chamois
vests, Saturday $1.49
36c wash cloths, better than chamois
for cleaning, do not get hard See
display in our 16th St. window, Sat
urday, each 19
SI 2-qt. hot water bottles, every one
guaranteed, Saturday ........ 75t
25c pound Hydrogen peroxide, Sat
60c De Mars Benzoin and Almond lo
tion, Saturday 25t
fl F, F. F.. the great skin remedy,
26c Woodbury Facial cream, Satur
Beaton Drug Go,
Farnam and 16th ts.
P. S. Remember we sell genuine Al
legretti chocolates Saturday an 1 Pun
day, at, lb 39
Of the Season Saturday at The Skirt Store
Have just received today the entire sample line of dresses from Qreenwald,,
Friedman & Co., New York, consisting; of the latest New York and Euro
pean designs. There are iSo garments which will be divided Into three lots.
lOT 1 85 Presses, values up to fl& Saturday ttO O S
speclul , , JiJ.iF
LOT 8 110 DresHex, values up to b Saturday's OO
LOT 390 Dresses, values up to 13710, your choice
These skirts unquestionably will prove to be the sensation of the season.
They are all made of the most excellent quality chiffons, panamas, voiles
and fancy worsteds. Plaited and Kilted effects. Garments that possess
more than the average width, and the kind that will retain their shape.
These are wonderful values- A S7.B0 SKXBT,
it. . .
These suits are guaranteed values up to 122.60.
86 Coats, JUi.OU and $23.!0, coverts and broadcloths and diagonals, series,
These couls would ordinarily sell for $22.50 and 135.70, C ! ra
Saturday Special . . . , 1 11110 2a?.9U
Silk rubberized Raincoats, Sit unlay special jjjfj QaTld 5T OtJ
Every coat guaranteed to be absolutely rainproof.
S CZT New Location 1518-1520 , Farimm Street
OOPHRRI START FOR OMAHA
Bis, Crowd -of Students at Depot to
Give Them Seodoff,
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. IS (Special Tele-
frram.) With the cheering of a thousand
oval rooters to encouraxe them for the
big game tomorrow the M'nneso'a team,
consisting of thirty-two players, with the
coaches, trainers and attendants, making
a total of thirty-five, left over the North
western road at T:0 tonight. The Union
station was packed to Its fullest capacity
long before train time, and the band, al
though refused the privilege of accom
panying the team, was on hand to help
give the Uopher huskies a royal sendoff.
On" account of the refusal of the rail
roads to make reasonable rates to the
game, not more than a dosen students
made the Journey. HUI Howes was among
the number, going as a representative of
the Athletic Board of Control. It la ex
pected that he will be heard from in
Just before the train pulled out short
speeches were made by Doc Williams,
Captain McGovern and other members of
the parly. "We are going down to win
this game," said Williams, "and we're go
ing to do our best. I will make no pre
dictions regarding the score."
Captain McUovern'a parting words were:
"We're going to give them all we've got.
We are In fairly good condition for to
morrow's game, even though Pickering Is
out of the lineup. Just to win Is all we
nt we don't tare what the score Is."
Plckerlsg, who was badly Injured In the
Anit-s game, got out of the hospital yes
terday and left with the team. He will
be unable to get Into the game and will
have to watch It from the sidelines. Smith
will take' his place at fullback.
Former York Mas,
MITCHELL, . D., Oct. 15. (Speclal.)
Charlea U. Woods, a prominent clothing
merchant of this city, died, suddenly this
afternoon In rooms over the Leader res
taurant, to which place his body waa con
veyed after nearly collapsing on the street.
He came here two years ago from York,
Neb., and engaged In he clothing business.
He was an, Elk and a Mason. Mrs. Woods
Is out of town, having gone to Iavtd City,
Neb., last week. She waa notified of the
death of her husband. The physicians In
attendance stated that death waa due to
Ei-leaater William LlBdaar.
FRANKFORT. Ky., Oct. 15 Former
United States Senator William Lindsay died
at his home here early today. Mr. Lindsay
was formerly chief 'Justice of the Ken
tucky court of appeals and had served a
stats senator and representative before go
ing to the United States senate. After
quitting political' life he begart the practice
JL A A w w JB. JL J V. VJr V 'W Jim. w "
-almost daily arrivals from eastern
, producing centers keep this store S
well ahead on matters pertaining to
"small women's attire' 4
V ink MfevwMX
sSj-UTJTJ-U"sTTi"l"lll" - -J
Send for New
Fall and Winter
A New Line
while ears Is a comprehensive array, embracing all prloes,
ws are sjTKONQEBT oa small women's ooat suits at fas to
135. The 4a or 45-tneh lengths la superbly tailored styles
are here with the newest '-Co Ed" skirts, In suoh materials
as homespuns, diagonal oherroas, basket weaves, and new two
toned chevrons. Colors ars representative ef what Is most
worn in the east lovely navys, Copenhagen, olives, stone
greens, mahoganys, eatawbas and blacks. Note this these
come In hard:to-find slses 3a, 34, 36 and 38. As before said,
we feature a' line of garments at 3)5 an1 25
the MOST wanted prloes 80 anQ
the "Moyen Ags" coat for small women as shown HERB Is
the authoritative "Moyen Age" correot In all lines fault
less in make up drapes, hangs, covers and fits aa though
made TO the individual buyer, EsoeUently tailored, satin
lined coverts at $17.60, $20, $35 aad $35. The broadcloths and
fine Kerseys in richest fail colorings, such aa old blue, rose,
navy, black and smoke shades range at from $30 to $35.
Doubting faces are scaroe in this department whea WB
equip a woman who wears slse 33, 34, 36 or 33 her face lights
ap for she la FITTED. ee these J05 J25 anl $20
smart garments, at '
a department devoted to the s.Ulng of deftly mad. np shirt
waists for IHALL WOMEH 1. new feature with -..
after the diminutively proportioned one. need hav. no dif
ficulty in matters of fit ss In the past. Correctly styled, hand
embroidered shirt waists in .1... 33. 34, and 3$ sr. her.
at $35 $5 and $5.50. Bmartly fashioned embroidered Mar
anisettes, in plain white or delloat. shades are her. at
$6 50. Plaid silk waists may b. purchased at $5.75. ea d.
ol. M.ssalinea, Persian effeots and fetching stripes, etc, are
here at $5.76, $ 60. $7.50 nd $10. It's Omaha g very com
THE YDU0 PtOPLTS
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New Location, 1518-1520 Farnam Street
o( law In New York and at the Um of bis
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