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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1909)
TTIK BEE: OMAHA,
BIG SUM FOR DMYERSin
Tiftj Thouand Dollar! GiTen New
Institution by 0. A. Joslyn.
IT MUST EAISE $150,000 MORE
Offteera H Ko rw of FUr
(tad Will Brill Canspalaas. for
This Arnoiil a Rest
Hand In hand with the plans and hopes
1 to build a great Institution In the Gate
City cornea the offer of 160,000 from George
A. Joslyn, president and reneral manager
of the Western Newspaper Union. The
donor makes his offer on condition that
the sum of 1150,000 Is added to the bequest
before June t 1910. The entire 1300,000 will
be spent for new buildings.
Two weeks ago Mr. Joslyn signified his
Intention tentatively to Dr. D. E. Jenkins
and Dr. H. H. Maynard to aid the uni
versity financially. At a meeting of the
executive committee of the board of di
rectors of the institution he presented his
. offer In definite form, stipulating the
amount of his benefit and the conditions
under which tt Is to be paid.
The executive committee assembled at
the Commercial club rooms to consider the
i offer and to make plans for the future.
1 of the trustees of the University of Omaha
It was resolved to aocept the sum under
the oondltlons named and a meeting has
) been set for U:M o'clock, November 29,
1 when plans will be made for a campaign
to raise the remaining $180,000.
New teleneo Hall First.
Funds secured from Mr. Joslyn and raised
In any other way are to be applied to the
building appropriation. A new science hall
Is perhaps the greatest need of the Insti
tution at present, but Mr. Joelyn's offer
specifies only that his money be used for
ereotlng a building for educational pur
poses. The University of Omaha has twenty
two and one half acres of valuable land,
located between Twenty-second and
Twenty-fifth streets, and Plnkney and
Pratt streets. The present structure used
for educational purposes faces on Twenty
fourth street. The enrollment at the. school
Is large for a new Institution and there
is good prospects of adding gieatly u
this In January and at the beginning of
the fall terra next September.
Members of the executive committee ex
press no fear of trouble In securing 1160,000
In order to win the valuable Individual
prise offered by Mr, Joslyn. In fact, sev
eral thousand dollars already have been
promised the university In the event that
new buildings are to be constructed.
New Farnam Cars
First of Month
.Trolleys Will Be Put
Though Big Barn ii Not
- J 1 1 ISBS
Notice was posted In the Harney street
car house Monday morning that after De
comber 1. the men working In that bam
would report to the car house at Twenty
fourth and Vinton streets. The order fur
ther says that on that date the new cars
will be Installed on the Farnam line. These
cars are now ready for use. The company
had expected to put them In service as
soon as the new car house at Tenth and
J'lerce streets was completed, but the con
tractors are taking longer than was ex
pected and the officers of the i--"n party
have decided not to wait, but to i, 1 the!
large new pay-as-you-cntcr cars at once
and to run them out of the Vinton street j
barn. These cars are so large they will
not go through the doors of the car house
at Twentieth and Farnam streets.
COLLEGE BRED RANGE RIDER
HAS ROUNDED UP HELPMEET
J!iy Keating; of Wyoming Returning
to Illinois to Ret Into
rtty Keating, one of the heroes of Fron
tier day at Cheyenne andwell known on
the Wyoming plains as an expert with the
las'O and the bucking broncho, Is going
back to Illinois to throw his noose over the
head of a young woman.
That's the way he expressed himself at
the Union station when he alighted from
Ur.lon1 Pacific train No. 4, clad In his pic
turesque western garb and carrying his
trusty rope, colled over his arm. He added
that he had never failed to make a good
"throw" since his tenderfoot days and
guessed he wouldn't lose his skill for a few
years to come.
"In fact, she's already given up," he
said. "She says she will ride the range
with me on the same pony and we're going
to b married during the holidays." Then ,
re flrew from, his rough coat a little leather
taso from which glistened a diamond soli
"That's her Christmas present," he said.
"Isn't It a beauty? It's cut from the
lough, the same as I am, but wo re a Kttle
bit smooth, Just the same."
. Keating went west four years ago after
graduating from one of the small colleges
of Illnols. Ite wears a fraternity pin on
tils soft blue shin and can show some real
touches of refinement when he wants to.
He went west because of his fear of tuber
culosis, but believes he has conquered the
.white plague. Anyway, he appears In per
Dr. V. T. Cooke of Cheyenne, Wyo., was
also a passenger on the train.
"The doctor saw me win the $30 premium
at the Frontier celebration In August,"
continued Keating as he pointed out his
friend In the crowd. "He knows me as a
range rider, but I guess he never knew I
went to Cheyenne as a tenderfoot only four
RAILROADS BOOST CORN SHOW
Elaborate asad Expensive Folders A re
Beta ! by All Omaha
Ha 11 roads centering In Omaha are boost
ing hard for the National Corn exposition,
for they, realise the Immense value of an
educational exposition which will teach the
farmers tc Increase their yield and to add
' to their wealth and thus make more busi
ness for the roads. Nearly all the roads
are sending out expensive folders I'lustrat
Ing the splendid things which will be seen
at the show.
The Northwestern has Just Issued an
elaborate folder replete with Information
concerning the show, Indicating what may
be seen, giving the program and much
The Vn'on Pacific has also Issued a
folder which Is a model of beauty, the
cover being In colors and showing the Corn
show maiden. It contains a map of
Omaha which will be usefu! to visitors and
also sixteen pages of Information concern
ing the exposition.
Ttt Ulaat liana
removes liver Inaction and bowel stoppage
with Dr. King's New Ufe Pills, the pain
less regulators. . Fur aale bv Bean
Drug Co. '
TUESDAY'S SPECIAL OFFLKa .i kjsJu
High Grade Furs
On account of Brandets immense stock yon
get better varieties and you are absolutely
certain of reliable quality in every piece of
fur you buy.
60-tnch Pony Coats at $40
62-lnch Caracul Coats at $75
60-lnch Near Seal Coats at 65
60-inch Blended Brook Mink Coat, at . .OS
5 2-inch 4X quality Genuine Seal Coat $59S
Mink Sets at . . .$49, $75, $83 and 03
Black Lynx Separate Scarfs and Muffs,
t $25. $35. $49 and $39
Special Black and Blue Wolf Seta at . . .$19
BR ANDEIS STORES
50c PRE IS GOODJ at 25c yd.
Double width Dress Goods in a beautiful line of patterns
and newest colorings full pieces. A jobber's entire sur
plus stock. Two tone broken cheeks, shadow stripes and
self colorings; also the monotone effects. "Sk rr
Think of buying 50c and 60c dress goods, J O
at, yard :rGyj
75c Mercerized Table Damask 23c yd.
.0,000 yards fine mercerized damask from GO to 72 inches
wide long remnants from 2 to 6 yards worth 50c 'to' 75c
a yard. An exceptional opportunity for hocus and '
restaurants on sale Tuesday, at, yard utDC
20 dozen fine Damask Towels- A11 tho Towels, worth up to
hemstitched worth up to 89c '
each, at 49 4fJc, at, each . .2oC
8-4 and 10-4 mercerized Table Cloths in the aisle worth
85c, at, each 49c and 59c
Women's 25c-50c Neckwear at 10c-15c
New York importers' samples of women's neckwear lace
stocks, in Irish crochet and oriental effects, silk stocks,
silk and maline bows, turnover collars hun- 4 A 4 r
dreds of styles;, worth to 50c each, at JLvL"lwv
12ic Scotch Plaid Ginghams 3ic yd.
Over 400 bolts of these fast color 12M;C Scotch plaid ging
hams for, petticoats, dresses and children's wear ' l
Tuesday, in basement, yard J 2C
Suitable for carpeting, wall
covering, etc. mill lengths,
up to 10 yards plain and
fancy worth up to
15c a yard, at. .
All sizes up to 34, children's
Jersey ribbed fleeced under
wear; would be cheap at 25c
a yard in base-
ment, Tuesday, yd.
Two pairs of pants with each
suit a $4.00 value; in old
store, second floor, $29
Good, well made, up-to-date
overcoats, that will give fine
wear all winter; Tuesday
special, second $ f 90
floor old store O
Men's Winter Caps
Samples worth to $2.00; old
store, main floor 50c, 98c
Regular price 19c a pound
in east arcade, lb 10c
MAUPIN TO ADDRESS WOMEN
State Labor ronamlMleaer to Be la
Omaha In December to Dlsrnsa
Child Labor Law.
Labor Commissioner Maupln will address
the Social Science department of . the
Omaha Women's club en Tuesday, De
cember (. at I.N o'clock, In the First Con
gregational church. Mr. Maupln will come
at this time berause of the approach of
the Christmas holidays, which brain De
cember 17, when a great many of the pupils
seek work In the big store and elsewhere.
He wll! take up with the Women's club
the matter of preventing- flagrant viola-
On account of the Unfavorable Weather We Continue
OUR GREAT CURTAIN SALE
for One More Day to enable all to select from this Big Stock.
Portieres, Couch Covers, Yard Goods and Laces. Curtains
bought from an Eastern House at a Big Sacrifice.
Many Special Lots Shown First Tim Tuesday
jy 1 v loi 1
I I j BTTTTT MOICDAT A Oreat Free Stamp Offer to
I ooUors staring- aew books. Watch for It.
Suits for Thanksgiving
TT For (he Handsomest
tip cJ $35 and 840 Models
Take (lie first car and come tomorrow. If alterations are necessary,
will have the suit ready for Thanksgiving. No finer suits made no
more perfect style".
Other lines at HIB.OO, $10.no, $25.00, $20.50
.Nowhere Else So Moderately Priced.
Tailored Dresses serges, broadcloths and diagonals. . .flD.RO, $2ft,00
Black Broadcloth Coats $15.00, $19.50, $25.04), $35.00
Military Capes $12.00 to $25.00
.WO kUsl II
Foreign Dress Goods at 50c on the $
We continue this week the sale of these fine fabrics secured at
New York auction at an average of half their actual worth. The
.year's most desirable weaves 156 pieces in all.
8c and $1.00
1 and $1.25
$1.75 and $2
$2.50 and $3
Corsets The New American
A premier exhibit a superb dis
play In keeping with this great
store's grand collection of new
Weeks of tireless research enables us to offer for
jour choosing the best, the very best
American Beauty Corsets America's
premier production, which we recom
mend and guarantee. These corsets
mould the figure beautifully to those
stunning lines so much desired today.
Can't begin to tell what a comfort they
afford the wearer. Come in and see
them. Better still have on for Thanks
Genuine $1.50 O
Corsets for . . u
New Long Hip Styles
Several distinct models emphasizing
the extra long and medium low
bust effects Tuesday buy them
for . .:
, Price. Stpa.
Bennett's Cap! tot Oats,
Wheat, Oatmeal, pk. . . llo 10
Pride of Bennett's flour
sick , tl.BS 80
Bennett's Caplul Cof-
fos, pouufl ( ., , S3o SO
Ctiffae, pound 18o 15
Bennett's Pure Pepper,
W -pound cad ". IOo 6
Bftnnett's f' ltol Mince
Vlest, 8 pai ages SSo 10
Bennett's Teas, assort
ed, pound 66o 60
Swansdown Shred ded
Codfish. 3 rgs 350 10
Sweet Plcklefl Peaches,
quart jar . T 850 10
Crarkers. large assort
ment, packape IOo 10
Bennett's Capitol Bak-
lnR Powder, pound. . . . 340 20
Diamond S Chill Sauce,
bottle 13o 10
Japan Rice. 4 lbs U5o 10
Small Olives, Mason qt.
Jar 85o 10
Snlder's Pork and Beans,
can 80o 20
Cornstarch, lb pkg
SterliiiK Gloss Starch,
Diamond CrystaF Salt,
BnvHl Tomatoes, 2 eins
Bennett's Capitol Wax
Beans. 15c ouallty.
Bennett's Capitol Early
June Peas. H cans.
Mince Meat, Mason, pint
Paraxon V.st Plums, ran 100
Bennett's Capitol I'ure
Maple Syrup, qt 40o
Cornnial, white tr yel
low, R-lh. sacks ISO
Cleaned Currsnts. lh... IOo
Seeded Ralxlns. lb. pk.iaHo
Candled Peel, assorted,
ft I ft
I r v '" ' '
Finest stock we ever
had. Smart -Exclusive-Look
right -Priced right
Chicago to New York
IN 22 HOURS
Lake Shore No. 6
Lake Shore-New York Central
The Water-Level Routt
Leave CHICAGO .
Arrive NEW YORK
An entirely new limited train, consisting: of buffet-library
car, standard drawinp-room sleeping cars, observation
car, dining-car, electric lighted throughout; valet, maid,
manicure, stock reports, magazines and newspapers. No
coach passengers. All trains from the West and North
west arrive in time for this connection.
Service in the World
Few cities in the world, even though adjacent to each
other, enjoy such frequent train service and none $uch
quick and luxurious service as is furnished by the eleven
daily trains Chicago to New York via this route.
CHICAGO to NEW YORK
Lake Shore-New York Central
All trains depart from La Salle Street Station, the only
railroad station on the Chicago elevatod loop, and arrive
at Grand Central Station, the only railroad terminal in
New York City.
J. S. YYILLEBRANDS,
City Facssnff Offloa
1324 Farnam Street
Tslsphona, Sons;. 878.
via Tho Chicago & Ilorili Western Ry.
Tickets on sale November 15,- 20, 28,
29, 30, December 1, 5 and 6. Return
limit December 13, 1909, account
International Live Stock Exposition
Ntvtmber 27Dtctmber 10
U. S. Landjind Irrigation Exposition
November 20 December 4
national Farm Land Congress
November 16 20
These low rates, the splendid train
service and the numerous attrac
tions make this an unusual oppor
tunity to visit Chicago.
Ticket Offices: 1401-1403 Farnam Stmt
Omaha, Nebr, . .'.
OU CAN'T DO
Than Buy All Your Drug Store Needs
You may need Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumes or Rubber Goods
whatever It may be, If it is usually kept in a first-class drug store, we hart
what you want of the beet quality and
AT rillCES THAT WILL SLIT YOIT.
MAKE YOUR NEXT PURCHASE HERE AM) LET US SHOW YOU.
$1.00 Neworos Herplcide ". -SOtS Howell's Anti-Kawf . . -25 and 50
it th trouble, tt natlr tlwirf lb
letult ol a drplt4 and dtteaied condition
of th nrn wb!rh fupply th ttotnit-n
with tnrrr ind lif. COCEX build! us
lhir wnted fibers, enables laeta to throw
o their tone debris and relieves lh
In lh treatment of all nervous disorder
of eery chuarter COCEX lives quick,
beneficial and satisfactory results.
Your Money Refunded If it rails.
MICE 11.00 PtR BOX FOR SALE BY
BE1TOI SKTTO CO..
irth sad riraam Sts.. Omiht.
Taffs Dental Rooms
tlons.of the state child labor law. The
attendance officers of Omaha and South
Omaha will also b present to give the
labor commissioner whatever Information
they have touching such violations.
lies Want Ads art Business Boosters.
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ltTBT A BIB JACBTSOB?
Cnezcelled For It's Beaut and
The appetite ii often capricious,
gaseous eructations, lumps, pains,
distress after eating. Often
attended by heart-burn, nausea
and the complaint of food lying
heavily on the stomach.
50c fsewbro s Herplcide ,45
11.00 Mothers Friend 80?
$1.00 Pinkham's Compound Hi)0
$1.00 Scott's Emulsion NJ
50c Syrup of Figs 45J
25c William's Talcum Powder. . .15
75c Hard Kubbsr Combs 4!f
Jap Rose Soap fjfr
Palm Olive Soap, 3 cakes. ..... .2)
$1.00 Hand Mirrors .(f)
4uc FiexiDie isau tiles lOr
75c Manicure Scissors 4ft
"who k n o w 8" where she
buys her shoes.
Ask her who sells the hand
somest, most durable, stylish
and perfect fitting shoes.
Just ask her, Madam, whert
you can buy the best pair of
Women's Shoes that
$3.50 or $4.00
Ask here who are the most
skillful and careful shoe fit
ters. Yes, ask her all these ques
tions and if, she doesn't tell
you to come to Drexel's then
we are very much mistaken.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1119 Faroaai Street
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Ob Dollar' a Year
Howell's Anti-Grip and Cold Capsula the quickets, safest and surest remedy
for colds and grip get a box today 25
207-209 North 1 6th Si
HOWELL DRUG CO.,
iiiaimniB,, .L. n. ii ii .. i nimnsjis iLjasBHin wr.wrs-wtwni. ...... mmZZ
Daily and Sunday Bee $6.00
McClure's Magazine 1.50
Woman's Home Companion 1.50
Review of Reviews 3.00
Regular price for all one year. . .$12.00
THE OMAHA DEE, Omaha, Nb.
iTIib Bbb tor fill the Sporting Rbws
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