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T7IE BEE: OMAHA,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMDER 1, 1900.
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I Only 21 More Shopping Days jj
J. BEFORE CHRISTMAS
$ START MUVIMO YOUR GIFTS NOW
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The reputation of Ilrandeis Btorea
stands behind every pair of shoes yon
Nowhere else in Omaha ran yon buy
shoes of such excellence and up-to-date
style for $2. CO.
Brandels Stores specialize In "better
hoes" at 12.60. Better than you can buy
tliern anywhere else for the same price.
Hhoes that are correct In style, absolutely
reliable, fitted by first class salesmen
WOMEN'S SILK RUFFS and BOAS at 59c
Mndo of fine silk net, silk chiffon and Liberty F
silk wide ribbon streamers black, -white and H a
colors-worth up to $1.50, at UUJ
Women' Children' Boys
ALL WOOL MITTENS
Also wool gloves double
knit ull sizes; worth up to
35c a pair at,
FRENCH VAL. LACES
Big bargain in Val. laces
many to match worth up
to 10c a yard; at,
R. & G. Tapering
. The comfort
and freedom of
the K. & O. Cor
sets always In
sure, will be
more than ap
ordinary c o r s
ets. built on the
new, long rlose
flttltiK lines are
liable to prove
uble. The new R. &
O. ' models em
body all the very
latest f us hlon
shown here Is
. marie, with me
dium bunt and
I'rUe, In cou
tll (B-44) or
We Will Hold the
Ever Known in Oar History.
FUR SCARFS, FUR SETS,
FUR MUFFS, FUR COATS,
Trices That Are Unusually Low.
i The Winter Style Rook Is very instructive to U h
Q 1 tJr honi dressmakers, 20 and 're pattern, ggf n
A Great Treat for Everybody
G Pt s & H. Green Trading
n)M Stamps .Free to Every
We are handing out to everybody new Trading Stamp Hooks -nt the
store doors containing 80 S. & H. Green Stamps. A purchase of 2Bc or
more entitles you to 80 additional stamps. These are all complimen
tary and given in addition to the stamps we give in a regular way. Get
your book tomorrow and derive all the benefits possible from your
The Women's Goat Store
Unquestionably the store to tie to for your winter coat Is Bennett's.
Everything In your favor here variety, style, superior tailoring, quality,
A thousand coats for women, the most fashionable long broadcloth, Ker
sey and wide wsle models, the cleverest modes from America's best tailoring
establishments at most moderate prices ever named In Omaha.
Black broadcloths, full length coats, satin lined throughout, beau- $1
tlful straight line styles M
Black Broadcloth and Kersey Coats, In straight and pleated effects, C1Q 0
mostly all fitted models and some loose back stylos, at tslT.wv
Black Broad cloth Coats and wide wales, either notched or military 425
collar style, handsome materials ,
WOOLTEZ COATfl Our splendid purchase from the Wooltex factory, closing
out our winter lines. Magnificently tal.ued broadcloth coats. In $12 k0
black and colors; regular $45.00 Wooltex quality and style, for
A Good Corset With
New Style Features
Regularly you wouldn't expect a great deal in corseta jTV gf
for 89c, but, these are different. Through a rare trade x DcO
happening we can offer $1.25 quality for 89c. You'll OJfI
find them here in Quantities Wednesday. ' Cdutll or '
batiste, long skirt, medium bust models, all nicely trimmed. We could
tell you the story how we got them, but what's the use. It's the bar
galu Itself that interests you most; $1.25 corsets ., 89 C
OMADANS RAILWAY BUILDERS
Several Local Business Men Promote
New Railroad in Oregon.
CAPITALIZED AT TEN MILLIONS
Chicago A Northwestern Also Is Planning-
an Kiteii.lon Throuah the
Same State and Much the
Five Omaha business men are named
as the Incorporators of the Portland. Lake
view & Eastern Railway company, which
proposes a new line through Oregon, with
a capitalization eg $10,000,000. These men
are Charles. S. Elgutter, attorney; WHam
8. Dexter, formerly confidential manager
for the Itosenbaum Brothers' company of
Houth Omaha; Edward Robinson, civil en
gineer; James Burns and Sidney R. Rhcln
strom. Messrs. Dexter and Robinson are now In
Oregon overlooking contract work and con
struction. A branch office Is maintained
in Portland, although the main offices will
be at Pheonlx, Arls., where the articles
of Incorporation were filed.
The company pluns a $10,000,000 system
which will thread the state of Oregon,
penetrating the land now under course of
Kinetf,Sn Out of ICO
Like Slim Women Best
A woman with a slight, elegant form
has more Influence over men than any
other type. Every fat woman knows
grace charms more than features and this
knowledge makes her life more or less un
happy. And yet how easy to change mat
ters. If you have a pretty face, why let
a fat body discount it? You, or your drug
gist, mix UP S os. Marmolu, H os. Fluid
Extract Casrra Aromatlo ami S4 01.
,1'eppernilnt Water, Take a tettupoonf ul
of Uils pleasant mixture after meals and
at budtime, and watch your fat disappear.
It will drop away evenly, without wrinkl
ing, frum the fattest places first,' such as
chin, hips, ankle, etc.. and keep It up. 10
to 18 ounces a day. Then you can easily
hold yourself at the weight you desire,
or fashion demands without fear of hurt
or a particle of bother.
development. whch Is ' rapld'.y becoming
Important, becau.se of great Irrigation pro
jects. The main line will have Its terminal
in Portlund, running south and south
easterly to Goose lake. Several branch
lines are specified In the plans. The main
line south will have Its terminal at
About 500 miles of track will be laid In
Oregon. Single and double tracks, telephone
and telegraph systems are Included In the
plans for building. There are 100,000 shares
of stock of the par value of $100 each,
fully paid and nonassessable. The life of
the corporation Is set at fifty years with
privilege of renewal, as provided by law.
Board of Directors.
William 8. Dexter, Edward Robinson and
Sydney R. Rhelnstrom of Omaha, George
W. Passell of Portland, Robert B. Davey
of Edgemont, S. I)., and Louis H. Chalmers
and Henry B. Wilkinson of Phoenix, con
stitute the board of directors. Mr. Pas-
sell Is named as general agent of the com
pany and Edward Robinson of Omaha Is
named as civil engineer In charge, of con
struction. "Irrigation Is making western land pro
ductive," said Elgutter. "Farming will be
one of the main pursuits In central and
southern Oregon, and at the present time
there are no railroad facilities to speak of.
We plan our line to cater to the rich ag
ricultural section of the state."
The Chicago and Northwestern railroad,
It Is announced, is also planning an ex
tension through the Oregon country. .A
line has been surveyed from. Goose Lake
to Portland and It Is likely this road will
be construe'ed within the next year
This move on the part of the North
western Is not .unexpected. Transcontinen
tal trains from Chicago 'to the .Pacific
coast have been carried, from Omaha, to
Ogden- by the Union Pacific railroad and
thence to California and the northwest by
the Southern Pacific It Is the aim of the
Northwestern to have lines of Its own from
Chicago to the coast, which will do away
with the Interchange of cars. To Omaha It
will mean that Chicago and Northwestern
overland trains will pass through the city
and westward over Its own tracks. .
A Treat for Gift Buyers
Hi inn Jbare
lllllU see Bargains
Over 1,000 beautiful pieces par
ticularly appropriate for Christ
mas giving, each piece worth
double and more this price.
They will be on said for one day
only Wednesday. Included aro
such lines as
Fancy Cake Plates, Sugars
and Creams, Hand Painted
Plates, Candlesticks, Clay
wood Vases, Hair Receiv
jers, Vases, Salad Bowls,
Trays, Cliina Plates, ' lion ' '
Bona, Powder Boxes, etc.
They 'are exquisite In design
and decoration and quite the
handsomest $2 and $3 china we
have had. Any piece Wednesday
fr .......... 851.00
Our close out sale on Peninsu
lar Base Burners continues
Wednesday with actual reduc
tions of 20 per cent, . or . one
fifth off: :
$50 Base Burners for $40.00
$48 Base Burners for $38.40
$44 Base Burners for $35.20
$20 Smoke Consuming Heater
1 j""T ii
servative' or ultra
styles. All. styles
in factvf or every
day, any; special
day, of Jany spe
Stop asy toothache. Pravreta fur.
tscr tlccy. Dors sot null is the
mouth, lu whole trrngta aKtiad
end goes right to the sput.
Tber kn tiu Italian. See Ut yaa cat
mI'i TtS fcmat.
A t sU dmaasu U cwts, er Vy sao,
Dent's Corn Gam 'EiU?
C. S. DENT CO., Detrtlt. Mich.
Aufsir.cbile, Gas izi Tresitsc
p. w Abtoo courts mr
e$U tnti offrrd by any -IihM im ikouuniry. i ull
ull ly ol HtHi'moMl 11)4 ntoe tor prtu ttoe. 8tu
tfftiu lest-iiht noi only to hitudi evulniuohllr tail
IMitf in, but to Miavko All rtlr. fteud fur ctlo u
iLU4f poiiipi .) UiroriuaiKtat. Tuu cutrr uy
r Hi. Vour quavrtvr im lei we.va, or liir ittuailu
fria Itte 4lT fuUT. Adtrti
Jewelry FKKNKlbih and Uodg.
Hurst's Magnolia Library
A great series of books with over 200 titles, every one of which is
by well known authors bound in cloth, with handsome illustrated
cover published at 50c each, such titles. as these:
"St. Elmo," ."Thelma," "The Bondman," "Lena Rivers," "Donovan,"
irst loan," "ivannoe," "Kenilwortn," "Kast Liyniie,"
"Quo Vadis." "Black Bock," "Knight Errunt," Mrs.
Southworth's books; Mary J. Holmes works, etc
Postcard Albums, holding 300 cards '19
Postcard Albums, cloth bound, holding 400 cards.., 4f)
Bennetts Big Grocery
Bennett's Golden Coffee
And 40 Stamps.
Bennett's Challenge Cof
fee, pound 180
And 10 Stamps.
Bennett's Teas, assorted
Andn 60 Stamps.
Tea Slfttngs, pound
And IS Stamps.
Capitol Baking Powder,
H-pounil can 16o
And 10 Stamps.
Diamond S Chill Sauce,
And 10 Stamps.
Peach Sale "Best We
Have" Peaches, 80c
goods for 180
. And 40 Stamps.
Capitol Oats, Wheat
or f-ancake 11c
And 10 Stamps.
Sweet Pickled Peaches,
quart Jar Boo
And 20 Stamps.
Qalllard Olive Oil. large
And (0 Stamps.
Snlder's Pork and Beans,
And 10 Stamps.
Tankee Rose Toilet
Soap, S for &5o
And 20 Stamps.
Capitol , ' Mincemeat, 3
And 10 Stamps.
CLUB WOMEN TO ENTERTAIN
FIRST CARLOAD OF NAVEL ORANGES NOW IN
Hew, Xiuolous Trait Tin and Sweet.
Reception to Visitors Will Be
at the First Congrega
The visiting club women at the Woman's
day program of the National Corn exposi
tion are to be well entertained during their
stay in Omaha. Following the program
Tuesday, December T, a reception will be
given by the club women of Omaha, South
Omaha and Council Bluffs, at 1:30 In rooms
of the Omaha Woman's club at the Flrt
Congregational church. It Is to be an In
foimal affair, but the most Important club
gathering of the year, and will take the
place of the formal New Year's reception
'with the Omaha Woman's club. The
muslrale which had been considered for
that evening will not be given. The lunch
eon for the vUltlng women . that was ' to
have been he'id in Omaha, will be given
by the Council Bluffs women Jnstead, and
will be served at the Grand .hotel at I
o'clock Wednesday, December
Mrs. H. J. Penfold is in charge of the
reservations for the Nebraska women, and
all acceptances must be made to her by
Monday noon The luncheon will be TS
cents a plate
"Died of I'nraiuoal" ,
Is never written of those who cure cough
and colds Vb Dr. King's New Discovery.
Guaranteed. SOo and 1100. for sal by
Ilea ton Drug Co,
40c slxe Navel Oranges 85o I
6uo sue Navel Oranges 8 So I
Wisconsin Burbank Potatoes, bu., 6So I
Florida Urape Fruit, thin skin I
regular lOo sUe. for Bo
Hot House. Cucumbers, extra large, 6o I
And 25 Stamps.
The Christmas Fair
of the Churches
Opens Today '
Court of The Bee Building
All kinds of pretty and useful Christmas presents
December 1 st and 2d
St, Mary's Ave, Congregational,
December 3d and 4th
Lowe Avenue Presbyterian
December 6 th and 7th
First 'Methodist Church,
Clifton Hi)) Presbyterian
EVERY ONE CORDIALLY WELCOME
11:30 to 2 p. m.
Doughnuts and Coffee;
This amounts to $3&Q0 per month, in a year $365.00. A small
rash payment down and $30.00 per month will buy a nice, cozy,
little home, one that will be all your own.
In the real estate "columns of Thursday's Bee you will find
several choice properties to select from.
Thursday-is home day.
This Shoe 8tore grows
In favor with Young Men
day by day. The Young
Man always wants a pair
of Shoes with "Snap"
and "Go" to them.'
We've Just the Smart
Shoes that Young Men
delight to wear, and our
attractive styles will pre
vent our door ttnob from
Patent Kid, Patent
Colt Skin and Gun Metal
Calf are favorite leath
ers. Lace, Button and Blu
And 10 Stamps.
Blue Borax Starch, pkg.
And Sc Wiggle Stick
Burnham'a 40u size
Clam Bouillon ....ari
Hartley's Pure Fru.t
And 10 Stamps.
Seeded Raisins, pound
And 10 Stamps.
New Cleaned Currants,
And 6 Stamps.
Candied Peel, assorted,
pound - SSo
And 10 Stamps.
Qouble Stamps oa But
FRY SHOE CO.,
i6th and Douglas Streets
a beautiful gold brooch suitable for a Christmas
We have others ranging $8.00, 17.00, 110.00 and up.
Our store Is run of Christmas suggestions. Look for
S. W. LINDSAY,
1816 Douglas Street
BAILEY fit MACH
Best equipped dental office in the middle west.
Highest grade dentistry at reasonable prices.
Porcelain fillings, Just like the tooth. All lnstru
ments carefully sterilized after each patient.
THIRD FLOOR PAXTON 11LOCK
Cor 16th and Farnam Sts.
260 boxes on sale, choice Colorado
iianos Apples; special, M4
THIRD HEARING RATE CASES,
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
Session, wlta Rock Ialaaa as Pre
testaat, Is Oa Before , Special
Tb tsking of additional testimony In the
ease of the Chicago, Rock Uland A Pacific
Railroad company against . the Nebraska
State Railway commission and Attorney
General Thompson In the matter of the I
cent passenger and 10 per cent freight rate
law was resumed before Special .Examiner
Charles W. Pearsall at the. office of Judge
W. D. McHugb Tuesday morning.
This Is the third hearing of the case, and
so far as the Rock Island's side ..of. the
ease Is concerned, the last The first bear
ing was on September Z4-6 and the second
November s-11. , -
Suit was brought' by the several railroad
companies doing business in the state of
Nebraska before Judge T. C. Munger In
the United States circuit court of the Lin
coln district against the state, asking an
injunction against the enforcement of the
new rate laws on the ground of their al
leged unconstitutionality and confiscatory
Mr. Pearsall was appointed special exam
iner to take testimony In' the several cases.
The Rock Island case Is the first to be
heard. After ,the railroads have put in all
their testimony the record will be sub
mitted to Judge T. C. Munger for his de
cislon. The only witness thus far examined In
the matter Is Frank May of Chicago, gen
eral auditor of the Rock Island system.
Representatives . of the other four rall
cuads. Including attorneys and accounting
officers, are present St the hearing, though
Ukipg no part In it. .Judge McHugh Is con
ducting the examination for. the Rock Is
Attorney General 'W. T. Thompson and
IPty Attorney General Grant G. Martin
represent the state at the' hearing, as do
Kugeae Po,well. rate-clerk of . the Slate
Railway commission, and Louis Wettllog
of Lincoln, assistant cashier of the Farm
ers Jk Merchants bank of that city, who
Is the expert accountant for the State Rail
A Home in the Hills
The Beautiful Hills
of Southern Missouri
For Fruit Growing, Sheep
Raising, Poultry and
The Lands are Very Cheap and
can be bought on easy terms.
Good climate, good
water, good health.
Bend for books. "Money In Sheep,"
"Fruit and Poultry in the White
River country" or ''The Home
builder In Arkansas." No Crsrge.
Tnea Oe Aad ae The Country
Round Trip Homeseekers' Rates,
1st and 3d Tuesdays, each month.
, ..TH0S. F. GODFREY,
H Tleket Slant,
You will find
where to buy the
best birds of var
ious breeds un
der the head
in the want ads.
If you have poultry you
can sell it by advertising
your stock in The Bee. The
cost is small, one cent per
word per day, or $1.50 per
. line per month.
Want Ad Dept.
THE OMAHA DEE
BI A TO ACT ED NTTK8B.
26 00 A WEEK. .
An opportunity l otfer.il to young women whe
wlih to become tratn.d nursM to .nter on. of th.
bcit Training School. In Chicge. R.gistered nur
see in Chicago rec.lT. $23.00 a week. Graduate ji
thia achool ar. altglbl. to membarthlp In fitat. ar4T
National Aaaoclstlon of Nurmaa. Th. coure. com.
prtaea threa years of training In practical and
theoretical nuralng, and la thorough In all branche.
of th. work. Tuition, board and laundry fi-.a.
While In training th. phyelcal, moral and aorial
welfare of atudenta are carefully guarded. For
further particular! and free booklet, addresa,
MISS CAJtOX.IITX SOELLWEB, 8UPT
bakeald. Hoepltal Training Schoul lor Nunos,
4147 Lake Ave., Catcugo.
A Home of Character
at 55th Street
Near Famous Central Park
Adldnlng (UrnaO. Hsfl.
Institute, and within five minutes wslk
o, Z tsdin. sd sh.ppln.
Keiths lection I. Id-i. A
.ttentlon to detail, th.t lend to th.
boms stmoaphars is ttmw-
many enthusiastic patrons.
The Wellington's delightful loungiag
rooms, handsome dining rooms and
Eogliah grill room will appeal to your
case of the spproprlsts.
PRE-EMINENTLY THE CHOICt
Of DISCRIMINATING PEOPLE
Roomi. with Bath. 12.00 -rpwara
Parlor. Bedroom and Bath, $20.
weekly and upward
Stnd for Ututtratad booklet
V Seventh A. at 55th St
New York City
IUUU Win wnu tlnd their pjwer to
NFDVPC work and youthfui vigor
ailVsVTbiJ gone as a re.ult of over
work or mental exertion should take
CHAT'S NEKVK FOOD PILLS, 'i'usy wl.l
niske you eat and sleep and be a maa
II Box; boxes 11 1 by malL
axXaMCAxT HoCOSILL BBUO CO,
Cor. leta aaa Aoage ttreaia,
OWL DADO riokeWASfY,
Oor. Ml aaa M&raer av-. (Mavaaa, Vsh,
When in Detroit
Booms aad BsU for 91.00 ap.
No better rooms, oulslne er aervioe caa
fee bad at double oug price.
Let us iiteta 11 t you.
W. TULLER, Fro p.
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