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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1910)
TITE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1910.
. Women's and Children's
' Black, white and colors, for
25c quality, at, pair.
Women's Neckwear at
Fine embroidered and lace trimmed jabots fancy beaded
stocks collar and cuff sets
collars, etc. many worth to
Fine Embroidered Turnover
mull ties, etc., each. . . .v
Women's hemstitched, embroid
ered, linen Handkerchiefs, cross
barred and shamrock lawn, etc.,
also men's all linen, initial
hemstitched boraers, each 10v
SPECIAL SALE OF HOSIERY
Women's fine imported lisle and cotton hosiery mercer
ized silk lisle embroidered boot patterns, etc.,
worth 50c, at .....JC
Women's, Misses', Children's, Boys' and Men's Hosiery
. fast black plain and heavy ribbed, 122C
Saturday's Candy Special aTcU
J.V,"'VMAPLE DAY" -.J.
Delicious New Maple Confections
Maple Pcnochis, Maple Peanut Clusters,
Mample Gems, Glace Caramel, Maple Co-
coanut Bon Bons Saturday
Italian Chocolate Bitter Sweets, all flavors, lb.. . . . .29c
Specials for Saturday
Fresh English, Violets, per
bunch . ........29c
Whitmannl Ferns, ea., 12c
COMMISSIONERS CUT MELON
County Board Allowing Increases in
i ' Clerks' Salaries. ,
WISH TO APPEAE ECONOMICAL
Board Has Chance to Grant "Raises"
to have Montr, and lonuici
of Emotion! , Cornea ' In
; There Is an air of hopefulness about the
court house. Albeit, there la occasionally
. In expression of worry to be seen. The
one question 1b among the clerks and dep
ptles: ' ! 'Will the Board of County Commissioners
' raise my salary, leave it as it stands, or
i cut It down?"
v The county board has for consideration
Friday and Saturday the Question of set
- tling the income of clerical employes in the
, various county offices. The remuneration
Of the elective officials Is fixed by law and
the board, of course, has nothing tq do with
There is a cute little fund at the disposal
of the board this year, because of the abol
ition of the office of . county comptroller.
The auditors under County Clerk Haverly
stops immediately if you use
Prict, asm., SO., mud 0I.OO.
ReceWeJ Highest AwarJ
OWarU i fare f ee EiswUis
Chit.. 1907. J
Tad's Denial Rooms
as to tho jUJ yjL
Women 's one and two-clasp French
lambskin, Mocha and cape gloves
brown, gray, blue, tan
and white; worth $1.25,
at, a pair
Clearing Sale of Slightly Massed
Kid Gloves and Cape Gloves
Elbow length and two-clasp effects;
brown, tan, gray, white and black;
positively worth up to f g
$1.50, some are slightly y P
mussed; bargain square. v "
Golf Gloves and Mittens
women and children, A
15c and 25c Each
75c, at, each.
Collars; embroidered stocks,
Women's embroidered, all
linen laundered Collars
plain and hemstitched
edges, all sizes, kt n
each.... l& 2C
Scotch linen, very swell; 100 In
Old English or Script, in hand
.some. leather case. with, initial
free; special Saturday,, com
plete, at ........ .;.,. . .60
will get $5,500 less than was paid in sal
aries to Mr. Solomon and his men.
Melnbers of the county board are per
plexed about how to cut this-melon. They
wish to give some Increases in salary to
various clerks wh are getting, say ISO a
month, and doing as much, work as several
$100 persons. But the board also wishes io
make a record or the appearance of one
for' economy. Therefore the statesmen . of
the county board are torn by . conflicting
emotions. - , .
The board will not hurry to "take up the
question of appointments.' its selections of
last year hold on until ousted, and since
the men named are, with one exception,
satisfactory to the majority of the board,
there la no particular reason why the
question should come up, and one good
one, from their point of view, why ' it
should not, CommlHsloner Plckard of the
ruling trio is against the reselectlon of
George Stryker as custodian, "but Mr.
Plckard Is not eager to apply the axe. He
will have to Join with Commissioners
Tralnor and Scott to do so. Mr. Scott will
first have to recover his health and appear
at board meetings to put it through. Be
sides, Mr. Plckard is a good democrat anid
has a prejudice against Joining with re
publicans to effect an appointment. .
Fred Brunlng does not exactly under
stand this reluctance of Mr. Plckard.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy la pleasant
to take. Children like It.
Big Indian is
for the Big Eat
No More Wild West Show for Sam
Walk-in-Day of the Winne
, bago Tribe. v
Sam Walk-In-Day is hungering for the
comforts of the home left on the Winne
bago agency north of Pender, after sev
eral months of the gay, gay life of being
big painted chieftain with Colonel Cody's
Wild West show.
At Forth Worth. Tex., two months ago
the lonesome redskin yielded himself up to
his desires and hit the iron trail of y the
freight trains for the north. Friday h
reached Omaha, starving, and well . near
The stalwart Indian walked into Officer
Carneau and was taken to the station, -
where It was thought he might be wanted
as a runaway from the agency at Oenoa.
The Indian's; story proved true and he
was sent to the United Slates marshal for
transportation on the last lap of his Jour
ney. . ;
"Me for the big eat, no more of the
show," said the happy Indian In thor
oughly American slang as he left the po
lice station. ' ' . '
Tso Clad Hand
remove liver Inaction and bowel stoppage
with Dr. King's New Ufe Pills, the pain
leas regulators. Cc. For sale by Beaton
Extraordinary Bale Saturday.
Over 400 women's new suits and coats
worth up to $36.00 on sain' Saturday for
$7 .50. Parisian Cloak Co., IK South 1,9th Ut.
tie ad. Page Tlwoa- . . -
MEN'S PANTS Up-to-date styles and patterns, $ I OA
positive $2.50 and $3.00 values, at l.uU
Don't fail to take advantage of our final clearance
values in Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats
and Furnishings. , ; 1
Guarantee Clothing Co.
1519-1521 Douglas Street
"High Quality at a Low Price."
1,000 lbs. Seeded Raisins, (large),
per lb.-. . ............ 10
Evaporated Peaches, (Muira), per
lb., at 10c
2Vi-lb. tins Apricots 15c
Mixed Nuts, (new), per lb. ..15c
15c tins Imported Sardines, (in
olive oil) .- 11c
2 1-lb. tins Soup, all varieties 15c
20c Jars Imported Snglish Mustard
special, at .' .......15c
Winslow Sweet Corn, (sun dried),
1 per lb., at 15c
1,000 lbs. Head RKe, per lb. . . .Cc
50c cans K. C. Baking Powder,
special, at 35c
1,000 lbs. Fresh Pretzels, lb. . .Oc
Sweedlsh Health Bread, lb. 12 c
White or Yellow Corn Meal, per
sack, at 15c
Mother's Corn Flakes, pkg 8c
Best Butter, in cartons . . . . .38
Country Butter, roll, lb 30c
Yprk State Made Cheese, lb. . ,25c
Young America Cheese, lb. . .20c
Domestic Swiss Cheese, lb. . . .23c
Imported Swiss Cheese, lb. . . .35c
OMAHA INDIANS ON WARPATH
Member of Committee Says They Will
Fight to Last Ditch. .
OBJECT TO VALENTINE STJLEI0
Hiram Chase, Committeeman for the
Tribe, Says They Will Appeal
to Secretary and Then
Hiram Chase, member of the committee
of the Omaha Indian tribe which will go
to Washington in. an effort to secure the
overruling of the recent order of Indian
Commissioner .Valentine for the combining
of the office of the Omaha agent with that
of the Winnebago 'agent, was in Omaha
Friday making arrangements for. the trip
of the committee. . t
"The Omaha Indians feel, they are facing
one of two evils." said Mr. Chase. "They
must choose, either to. go out from under
the protection of the government entirely
, iV.rnake room for our n
Spring Line, yor choice of oar
heavy 'and medium weight FnU
at greatly. reduced prices.
positively .00. $3.00 and 0.00
Cottage Cheese, pkg , . . . 10c
Blue Label Cheese, pkg 10c
Fruit and Vegetable Department
Navel Oranges, fancy, doz. . . ,20c
Seven Crown Layer Figs, lb. 20c
Cuban Cantelopes, each 40c
Pineapples, large, each 15c
Turnips, Carrots and Beets, per
bunch, at .5c
Strawberries, Mushrooms, Water
Cress,' Endive, Tomatoes, ' Mint,
Wax and String Beans, Spinach.
Cauliflower, etc., etc.
' Bakery Department Specials
Custapd Cream Rolls, assorted
flavors, doz 15c
Including vanilla, maple and
mar8hmallow; this cake sells
regularly for 25c, special for
Saturday, at 16c
Specials in Candy Department
Assorted Nut Brittle, lb.a 25c
Consisting of pecans, filberts,
English walnuts, black walnuts,
.almonds and pecans, will be
packed, assorted, In 1-lb. boxes,
Saturday only, at, lb 25c
or they must submit to dictatorial action
on the part of the Indian agent, unless this
order Is revoked. We have already been
overruled by the commissioner. We will
next present our case to Secretary Ballln
ger and if overruled by him will carry it
direct to President Taft. This is the course
the committee was directed to take by the
cduncll of' the tribe held recently.
"In case we are overruled by both offi
cials, the only course left will be to go
into court and fight the act of congress
extending the time for the granting of
patents on their lands to the members' of
the tribe. This act was never' sanctioned
by the ttlbe and we do not consider it
valid without the consent of the Indians.
"We shall demand the right to have a
voice 1n the affairs of the tribe In its re
lations with the government or we shall
endeavor to get our patents and withdraw
entirely from the protection of the govern
The committee appointed to go to Wash
ington consists of Hiram Chase, Dr. Susan
Plcotte, Daniel Webster and Simeon Hallo
Read the Parisian Cloak Co.'s
I in winterless weather. You can play
every day. There January
is like Jun,e. Country clubs abound,
and luxurious resort hotels.
En route see
Grand Canyon of Ari
. ' A Pullman takes you to the rim of this
3KZS. titan of churns.
Two to five dy time, $6.50 rsilroad
Vf ... . ...n...V,L knl.l kill mt VI Tn'vir
(management of Fred Harvey) and few
dollars for rim and trail trips that's all
the extra expense.
runs daily between Chicago '
Kansas City and Los
Ssn Francisco. Only
train, via any lin,ex
clusively lor first
class travel. All
others carry tourist
sleeper and second
. FroJ Kerrey bmsIs are
Atk ae lor illustrated
Limited," "Tltaa of
Chasms," aad-Bl '
Samuel Larimer. Gen, Aft., I
a. T. S. r. ay..
401 ittt ats. lm Uaiacs, low. ,
HERE'S lots of satisfaction to us in the
selling:, more satisfaction to the buyer in
the wearing of such quality clothes as -'we're
offering in our great January Clearance.
THE RELIADLE STORE
Hart, Schaffner & Marx and
overcoats that sold regularly up
perfect all wool fabrics, the best
You'll know you're getting the
Suits, worth to $22.50 Pure wor
sted fabrics, exclusively, tailored
in the best patterns and styles;
1,500 Pairs of Men's Trousers
that sold from $2.50 to $6.00, im
mense assortment of patterns
and fabrics; to close
at $2.50 and.........
Fau', Try HAYDEN'S
The cold weather that is ahead
of us will require some good sub
stantial warm shoes for the boys.
It doesn't pay to buy cheap shoes
for the boys they give their shoes
harder wear than a man does and
the best is none too good. Don't
waste your money In cheap shoes
for the boys.
Our "steel shod" shoes for boys
have stood the test for years. You
make no mistake when you get a
pair of them.
Boys' sizes, 2tt to 6tt ....$2.80
Youths' sizes, 1 to 2 92.25
Little Gents' sizes, 10 Mi to 13 Vs.
. for V
Boys' Storm Shoes
Extra high tops, heavy soles,
common sense lasts, strong and!
durable, black and tan. Prtces
from $2.50 to $4.50
Drexel Shoe Co.,
1419 Farnam Street.
DOLLARS AND SENSE
It's a SENSIBLe ambition to save '
all the dollars you can. To save dol
lars you must watch the cents. Do a
little thinking;. Cut out expensive
credit buying of your meats. Try
Bath's Cash system. It saves you
money, saves time for both, avoids
misunderstandings. Bath ' soils for
CA8H absolutely no credit and YOU
get the BEST meat the market pro
duces at LESS COST. Cash system
means no bookkeeping expense, no
delivery expense, no uncollectable
accounts, no worry except to see that
every customer gets the highest grade
goods at lowest possible prices. That's
Bath's Method. Try It at Once. .
Homemade Pork Sausage, lblOo
Home Rendered Lard, io. . , . ISO
7 lbs. Leaf Lard SI.OO
Chuck Steaks, lb lOo
Bib Bolt, lb 6H0
Rib Boll, lb SVio
Jos. Bath's Gash Market
1981 ramam Street.
"We hitched oar
wagon to a star.
We brou-jht forth
there yon are"
' ' M.I.
THE BCKN YOU LIKE
3224 Bo. 24th Street,
Bear. tec. 333,
Special For Saturday Buyers
Chicken. ir lb,
. . . 10o
r o. a runt xutit, wor
noaii laiuu. per id.
Koast Beef, per lb.
S4th and Parnam Bts.
Vela, 2. leili A.-S1L
f - r t 1 mi if
other high class clothes, suits cr
to $35.00. Best fall and winter styles,
produced in ready-to-wear clothes.
Suits, worth to $15.00 Excellent
range of patterns and fabrics
new 6tyles; to close, on rn
at, choice. Ml iwU
You. won't find their equals.
Boys' Suits Newest styles, up to
$5.00 values $195
Boys' Suits Values to rQ
$8.50; choice .03
Join theAnti-Meat Club?
What for? If you slip over to, 1 1 ay den Bros.' Meat Department
you won't have to. Pipe the following prices:
Mutton Legs 0
' Mutton Roast
Mutton Chops.. 12tt and 10
Mutton Stew 5
TRY UAYDEIl'S FIRST?;
The woman who goes
shopping or stands a great
deal, should have a pair of
these, comfortable, sensible
and sturdy boots.
They are t made along
easy lines, full of style and
grace, of choice, flexible
but strong leather, medium
heels and with the idea of
supporting the ' foot' and
making walking a pleasure.
At this season of the
year every woman should
have a pair of our Gun
Metal Calf Street Boots-
$3.50, $4 or $6
FRY SHOE CO.
THE 8HOEKS. .
lGth end Douglas Streets.
Honey, per comb , 16o
Early Ohio Potatoes, per bu 680
Good Patent Flour, per sack.... $1.35
2 lb. Tin Pineapple In Byrup, can.lPo
Jonathan Apples, per peck 35o
In our forty years in tho grocery
business in Omaha it has boon
our aim to gain a reputation for
fair dealing and hieh quality at
reasonable prices. .Let us prove
to you that this is still our motto.
Urn. Gentleman & Son,
8 BOS IT. 3 4th Btrt.
Yhonss, Bsll, Wsb. 801 Ind. :
Our Candy Special
Our regular 40c Assorted Nut
Brittles; per pound box, OCp
MYERS-DILLON DRUG GO.
16th and Farnam Sts.
Ceprrll '9f T Hilt Schaffber It Mais
Pot Roast 8
Boiling Beef i . . . . 5
Blrloin Steak 12tt
Picnic Hams 10
J. F. BILZ SONS
We offer for Saturday and Mon.
day These prices mean deinoral
ization to the wholesaler, say
nothing of the retailer Nothing
Ladies' $19.60 Suits,
Ladles' (1.25 Petticoats,
Ladles' $9.95 Skirts,- -
Ladies' $9.95 Tailored
Silk Waists, at
Ladles' $29.75 Over-
, coats, at . . . . . .......
Ladles' $29.75 Suits,
at .. . . . , . . .
Ladles' $1.95 Petti- . 7rp
coats, at ''''
Ladies' $29.75 Heather
bloom Dresses, at . . .
Double S. & H. Green Stamps on
OCR MOTTO Quality The Best
Prices The Lowest.
Out of the high rent district
204-0 Masonic Bids,
of ths aroh of oar suoosss Is on
glvinf yon ths rlg-nt article at tbe
rtg-ht prices. Don't miss our
Bstnrdsy bargain list,
prunes Fine, -large, juicy Silver
Prunes, very cheap at 16c, f At
per lb., for Saturday, lb ,...wv
rineappls 2-lb. cans good JCg
quality, grated, 2 for "'v
Oranges Sunklnt, Redlands,
bright sweet, large and JjC
Juicy, per dozen
Lettuce Large heads,' crisp fA
and tender, 8 for. .
Clothes tines Jute, 40 ft. jC-
2 for v
Pickles Sweet.' mixed and Cg
sour.. 2 IQc. bottles for; v
Esktr's Chocolate Walter ICg
llaker. bi-lb. cake, for
Blackberries In light syrup, jr-
3-lb. cans, 3 cane for w"v
Sidney Beans Illinois ex- Cj,
tra fine, 3 cans for ,iv
Tomatoes Large cans,
per pound ..
Bound Bteak fe
Pot Boast Lean and
tender, per lit
Pork Chops rc
per pound . ,. v
Johnson & Goodlett
aoth and bake t.
Phone Web. 1576 Ind. B1678
letrt AND JACKSON
trajaoell4 Tot Its Beaair
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