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THE I'.KK: OMAHA. TIUKSDAY. NOVEMI'.lfk '1. 1 fl 1 .
Baby Will Sleep
Snug and Warm
In Arnold knit sleoplni? garment the fab
ric are far superior to tanton flannel or
muslin Arnold garments never nhrlnk or
grow harsh and miff from washing, they are
oft, elastic and hygenlc.
The sleeping garments have foot with dou
ble solr-n, the little one Is completely protected
from night chills and sleeps warm as toast.
Sizes from 2 to 10 years.
Priced according to slsse and weight at from
G5 to $1.75.
For smaller youngsters there are Arnold
knit gowns, made sufficiently long to allow
the) bottom of the garment to be drawn to
gether with a ahlrrlog string.
This gives plenty of room and the needed
warmth and protection, but the moat ener
getics little kicker cannot expose himself to
the night air.
Infants, 1 and 2 year alr.es.
Triced according to sire and weight at
t G3 to 51.55.
We are exclusive agents for the famous
Arnold Knit Goods. We will be pleaded to
mall you a copy of our Kail and Winter cata
logue which gives a complete list. This Is
the largest baby's store west of New York
mn too no
111., a suburb, Mrs. Vermllya's furmnr
home .to investigate the deaths that had
occurred there. In the meantime the
police announced they would not Inter
rogate the widow further until the toxi
cologic reported, but would keep hr
under strict surveillance.
Rev. F. W. Sandford
Charged with Causing
Deaths of Followers
rOHTLAND, Me., Nov. J.-Tho Rev.
Prank W. Bandtord, leader of the, Holy
Ghost and Us society, who recently com
pleted a 17 months' cruise to various
countries, was given a hearing today be
fore United Blales Commlimloner M.
Bradley on the Charge of having caused
the death by scurvy of Charles llugluy
of this city, one of Ills missionaries, by
neglecting to furnish sufficient provisions
and falling to take him Into port.
The ninth death among the followers
of Band ford on his cruise occurred today,
John Adamson, aged 20.
Adamaona death was due to scurvy and
That Bund ford prayed for the deck of
' hrr yacht Coronet to become a slaughter
bouse should his people disobey him.
Was ens of the features of the testi
mony today. Captain Iloland Whlttom.
a -former sailing master of the yacht,
so .testified. Captain Wbltium, declared
that Bandford had said he "would sail
the Coronet Into hell" if he had received
divine Instruction to that effect.
CONTRACT FOR CANAL
UPON IRRIGATION WORKS
WASHINGTON, l. C. Nov. l.-8peclal
telegram. ) The secretery of the Interior
has authorised the director of the recla
mation service to execute a contract with
Jesse Hinds of Scot l Wluffs. Neb., for
construction of a reservoir canal In con
nection with ths North Matte Irrigation
project of Nebraska and Wyoming, at
an estimated cost of tS.ono.
Roy E. Harnett of Omaha and James
A. McFadden of 8oux City, la., have
been appointed Inspectors' assistants In
connection with the bureau of animal In
dustry. ALLEGED LYNCHERS ARE
- CHARGED WITH MURDER
lAKH CITT, Fie., Nov. l.-Therged
with participating In the lynching of alt
necrose here on May II last, Samuel
Ward and John Atkinson of Tallahasse
were Indicted today for murder. A reward
ef tS.0Qe has been offered by the state for
the apprehension of the persons who took
part In ths lynching.
micfaer1 Farthms: Married.
LINCOLN, Nb Hov. 1. Pitcher
George Farthing of the locsl Western
league club, formerly with the Chicago
White Box. was married to MIks Edna
ilorsch at Douglas, Wyo., early this
PHYSICAL WRECK RESTORED TO
HEALTH BY GREAT KID
1 feel It my duty to furnish you with
my testimonial as to hut your remedy
Kwamp-Koot did for me whrn 1 was a
physical wreck from Kidney and bladder
Some years suo I wss not able to do
any work and coult only jhm creep
around and tni nullified that liud It not
been for T)r. Kilmer's Bwamp-Hoot I
would not have lived. After utilnjr the
preparation fur one month I was ul.lu to
work some nd wh-u I had used S.OO
worth of Bwamp-ltnot I could tlo a good
day's work. 1 uned ubout HC.tD worth
altogether and woujd not take tio.on) for
the good that It did ni I cjnlder It a
God-send to suffering huiiuitilty t u the
diseases for which you recommend it mid
have recommended It to many t-uffcrera.
N. U llllKilNS,
I'ersonally appeared before me this ?th
of Brpteuiber, Ucv. N. L. Huuglns, ho
subscribed the above statement und msde
eih that the same Is true In substance
' and to fact.
W. A. PAOR, J. p.
nr. lLUiuer ) Co.,
InrbsmtoB, W. Y.
Fists Wut SssBt-Rset Will Ds Par T.
Send to Tr. Kilmer A Co., lilngham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You mill alo recetvt
a booklet of aluable Information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing, be sure end mention The Omaha
lastly bee. Kegular fifty-cent and ore
dollar else untie for sale at alt drug
Judgo Hook Refuses
to Issue Injunction
Asked by Railroads
KANSAS C1TV. Mo.. Nov. l.-An In
Junction demanded by thirteen railway
lines operating In Missouri against a
recent state order reducing freight rates
on steel and Iron waa denied by Judge
William C. Hook in the federal court hers
today. He said such an Injunction would
be Illegal unless two other United States
Judgea concurred In granting It.
Judge Hook set November 10 as the date
for the next hearing and said If by that
time two other Judges could not be ob
tained who would alt with him he woull
issue the Injunction to become effective
at such time aa the algnatures of two
other Judges could be obtained.
The order of the Missouri Railroad and
Warehouse commission reducing rates
on iron from 22 to 17 cents j, hundred was
to have become effective today. On
Beptember 28 attorneys for the railroads
made application for an Injunction. Judge
Hook on that date suspended the enforce
ment of the commission's order until
November 10 and set the hearing for to
Her Brilliant Idea
Brings on Dilemma
Mrs. Lillian Stueklen of SOfi North Sev
enteenth street suspected a neighbor of
stealing the wood she had stored In the
hallway of her home, so she conceived
the Idea of loading a number of the sticks
with dynamite. Her husband did the Job
for her. There has not been an explosion
In the neighborhood as a reeult. In tact,
Mrs. BtuckUn Is afraid to burn any of
the wood, being unable to tell which of
the sticks are loaded. Bhe called upon
the police tu help her out of the dllemna,
but they were unable to detect ths
MAKE GOOD REPORT?1
The last meeting of the republican stats
central committee before the general elec
tion next Tuesday waa held at the com
mittee's hendo.uarters In the Millard hotel
Tuesday night, Chairman John L. Ken
"Little can ba aald about the meetlna."
aid Chairman Kennedy. "About half of
the thlrly-three members of the commit
tee were present to report on the situa
tion In their districts. The reports were
of a nature to Inspire confidence of re
publican success at ths coming election.
uetelis or minding up the campaign and
striking the final blows kept many of
the committeemen alsy. but reports were
received from them that give most rea
sonable hopes that the day after election
will be a day of rejoicing for the repub
licans. "We have made a good, strong, careful
campaign all over the state, every man
having performed" his part of ths work
well. Nothing remains now but to keep
on working up to election time. If good,
hard work means anything the meeting
last night and the reports received g' s
assurance that we have nothing to fear."
Officer Mar Hecover.
OVTHKIK ClCNTKit, la., Oct. 31
(Speclal.) Lieutenant Psvld li. Ilwer,
who waa thought to have been fatally
hurt In an auto accident at Redfteld, la.,
Sunday, haa recovered consciousness and
hopes are entertained for hla life, though
his Injuries are most nerlou. Funeral
servhea over the late W, F. Johnson,
who met Instant death when the car
upset, were held at Uuthrie Center this
l.aiiftun Tabea to Be Merged.
IXjIion. Nov. I. The amalgamation
if London's eloctrlc tubes and railroads
and the lii(lon Oeneral Omnibus com
pany has practically been agreed on, ac
cording to the Kvenlug Standard. Much
American money Is Invested in the rail
roads. Tho combined capital of the un
dertakings Ik estimated at Hfc.oOO.OOO.
Three Ksploslooa ia Pewter Mill.
PATKKHUN. N. J , Nov. 1 Three ex
plosions at the Iutpont Powder works at
Hakells early today caused a loss of
about M'.OUX Foreman Edward Ilrnan
was seriously Injured.
I urk.S'HAOKN .,
K. Wiiaala II,
a r. wiiktia.
J u, a A' Otiaia
Oawa ( Oallria.
I'HKIH I IANSANU
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K. fr n Uiaai
THIRTY PAROLES GRANTED
Iowa Commission Fixes End of
Terms of Prisoners.
FRIS0N3 ARE FI1LKG UP
rmtnr Mrrr Mn Parole Aalhorllr
lias Hard Time Keeping I p with
(rUt the (anrl Are Tara
Ina HihlnH Hare.
From a Stuff Correnpondent
li:s MOINI.H. In.. Nov. 1 . (Special
Telegram.) -The Hl:ite parole board bc
Kn a KeKKlnn here this week and an
nounced today thnt thlity parnles had
been granted, all for minor offenses and
for short terms. In nearly all thee canes
the men l ad IndetermlnHte sentences, anrl
It wns necessary merely tlmt the board
fix the termination.
"Hut despite this fart," rays the board
repoit, "the prison population at both the
prison and reformatory Is steadily In
"Although we have paroled thirty on
the firm day of our meeting and have
many more to whom paroles will be
voted, the prison population at Anamoea
and Fort Mudlson Is steadily Increasing,"
sal lil Senator ilerry of the board.
"One of the causes, I presume, Is found
In the fact thst the courts have begun
their winter grind following the vacation
period and naturally many cases which
were pending during th enummer are
being determined and sentencss passed
upon the prisoners."
'asf tinea to Jarr.
Iete this afternoon the Jury was given
the case of James O'Callsghan, on trial
In district court here for complicity In
the attempted robbery of the county
treasury a eyar ago. O'Callaghan was a
clerk In the treasurer's office and It Is
asserted he conspired with professional
cracksmen to leave a window open so
they could get In any take 1160,000 in the
value This waa his second trial. The
Jury disagreed the first t line.
Mt. Pleasant Woman
Probably Victim of
MOUNT PLEASANT, la.. Nov. 1.
Thst Mrs. J. B. Jordan, wife of a me
chanic, who was found unoonscious In
her home here yesterday morning, as the
result of a murderous assault, waa the
victim of the same person who committed
the depredations recently in Colorado
Hprlngs, Monmouth, III., and Ellsworth,
Kan., Is the belief of the local police
toduy. The circumstances connected with
her case are said to be similar to those
In the other cases. Bhe waa covered
with wounds about the head, which Indi
cated she had been struck with a blunt
Instrument. The woman had not re
gained her senses at an early hour this
Pastor of One Church
for forty Years
KEN8ETT, la., Nov. l.-(8peclat.)-Rev.
L. O. Pedersen, pastor of ths United
Lutheran church, had a new mllepost set
up In his life when church people from
all over the county gathered In upon hlro,
not only to celebrate his fortieth wedding
anniversary, but to celebrate hla forty
years' continuous pastorate of hla churoh.
It came aa a happy surprise to him. lie
had Just completed his morning service
when he waa ushered Into the tiresenca
of a bounteoua repast and the presence
of hla parlshonera at both Fertile and
Klk Creek. It was one of the largest
church affairs In the history of ths town.
Theater and Hotels
Burned at Mason City
MABON CITY. la., Nov. l.-Flre which
tat ted under the balcony of the Wiiann
theater at 2:40 this morning completely
gutted the , building, doing Immense
damage to the Wilson hotel and alight
damage to the Cerro-Qordo hotel, both
part of ths block. Hy hard fighting the
Cerro-Uordo hotel was saved, though ths
north wing was damaged. The two hotels
ind theater occupy a whole block. The
oss on the theater and Wilson Iw.t.i i.
fTB.ooO. Insurance SG5.000. None of the
guests of the hotel waa hurt, though
many had narrow escapes.
WEALTHY IOWA FARMER
KILLED WHILE HUNTING
IIOONE. la.. Oct. Sl.-(8pecial Tele
gram.) Huben Meyers, one of the wealth
iest farmera In Iowa, was killed this aft
ernoon while hunting on one of hla
farms. lie was crawling through a fence
when his gun waa discharged, killing him
FIVE YEARS FOR TARRING
HOME OF NONUNION MAN
Ml'SCATINR, la., Nov. l.-John Ahlf.
convicted In the district court on the
charge of tarring the home of a non
union button worker, waa today sen
tenced to not to exceed five years at the
Ilia Paving tuatraet Kalolaed.
IOWA PITY. Ia., Nov. l.-(8peclal.)-Wllllam
Horrabln, a contractor of Iowa
City, waa Just about to receive a contract
from the city council of Oelweln, la., for
i;0.OA worth of biullthlo pavement, when
cltlsena of that town brought an Injunc
tion ault SKSinat the mayor and city
clerk, stopping them from awarding ths
contract. Disagreement over materials Is
aid to be the cause.
Heanlck Mia Die of l.oekjaw.
UENWICK. la.. Nov. L (Special.) W.
li. Kraft, who was Injured a short time
ago. when the cement roof of a cave he
had built fell upon him, died here of te
tanus today. The dealy gorms developed
In a wound In his fee. Ills widow and
children survive lilm.
White Murder Trial Beglas.
SAC CITY, la.. Nov. 1. (Special.) Clif
ford Wlleon. charged with the murder of
Janus White and the lalter'a son, Matthew
White, was placed on trial In the dls
trlct court here today. It Is expected
that tvo or three days will be consumed
securing a Jury.
William t. rills.
KANKAH I'lTl. ruov. l.--Willlam U.
Kills, formerly managing editor of the
St. Joseph Uasetta, til. Joseph, Is dead at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. M. U,
Hainvtn this city. Mr. Ells waa 71 years
old. He retlrid from active newspaper
work a number of years agk
, . .
1 V M
Thirty of Forty
Veniremen of New
Panel Are Excused
LON ANOKLES, Cal.. Nov. l.-Ten
veniremen out of a panel of forty sum
moned In the McN'amara murder trial
were all that remained when Judge Wal
ter Pordwell finished their preliminary
examination today. The others presented
exeimes which the court considered valid.
Almost Immediately after the opening
of the regular court session District At
torney Frederlcka withdrew opposition on
the part of the Mate to the defense's
challenge agnliist Thomas E. Preston, an
architect, who said his opinion that metn
bera of the labor unions blew up the
Times building was founded upon per
sonal experience with union men. He was
replaced by Jesse II. Townscnd, a
James IJ. McNamara seemed more
deeply Interested in yesterday's local
primary elections than anything else.
One of his counsel, Job Harrlman, waa
nominated fo,r mayor on the socialist
ticket at that election.
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. l.-Possesslon
of account books of the International
association of lirldge and Structural Iron
vorsen anu oiner evidence In the so
called McNamara dynamiting case to
day waa granted to the Federal grand
Jury by Judge Joseph Markey of the
criminal court of this county.
Buried in Jackson
CHICAGO, Nov. l.-A package contain
ing 143 counterfeit 110 bank notes was
found burled beneath a tree in Jackson
park today by Captain Thomas I. Porter
of the United States secret service. The
bills 'were recovered after a confession
from Alfred Leon, arrested In New York
two weeks ago and brought here last Sat
urday. Leon was suld to be a Russian
political refugee and the head of a suc
cessful counterfeiting gang.
These notes are believed by Captain
Porter to be the last of their kind un
accounted for. For months notea of these
denominations have been circulated freely
In the west.
They were made, according to Captain
Porter, In a log cabin at Nootka Island,
off the coast of British Columbia, Ru
dolph Ewanson and Fred Matneek were
the first members of the gang arrested.
Leop waa arrested Just as he was about
to board a boat for Europe.
Before Wife's Decree
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. The arrivi.l of
the Kron Prins Wilhelm here today from
Europe led to tho discovery thr.'. George
Randolph CheHter, the author and play
wright, was aboard with a young woman
whom he said he had married recently In
When It was pointed out to Mr. Chester
that the divorce proceedings brought by
his former wife had reached only the
stage of an Interlocutory decree, signed
October 12, and that the final decree
could not be granted until ninety days
had elapsed, ho rushed In agitation to
the nearest telephone and called up his
lawyer. Afterward he made a statement:
'1 find," he enid, "that I committed no
crime In marrying abrad. I married Miss
Peremo In Paris as soon as I got word
that my wife had obtained a divorce."
The new M l Chester la an artist who
haa illustrated many of Mr. Chester's
stories. Mrs. Chester's suit named her.
SNOW AND COLD WEATHER
OVER MISSOURI VALLEY
WASHINGTON, Nov. l.-The first cold
wave of the season made its appearance
today In the northwest with almost toro
weather In Montana and North Dakota.
Weather bureau experts say there Is a
strong probability that It will be carried
far to the southward during Thursday
and Friday. Freeslng temperatures are
indicated for the Ohio valley, the lake
region and the north Atlantic states.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. l.-A real
foretaste of wluter, bearing mow and
freeslng temperatures swept over the Mis
souri valley state early today. From a
temperature of sero in RUmarck, N. D.,
the thermometer gradod down to ZS de
grees In northern Kansas and Missouri.
The mercury reached 6 above at Huron,
8. P., and was near sero at f ioux City,
Snow fell this morning throughout
north central Kansas, In western Iowa,
in rarts of Nebraska and South Dakota
Aocordlng to the locul Culled States
weather forcaster the wave of cold Is
sweeping southward and freeslng tern
pcratures may be expelled tonight and
tomorrow in Oklahoma and northern
DES MOINES. Ia.. Nov. 1. Snow fell
at lVs Molno and throughout central
Iowa last night, the first real touch of
winter this c.ly has experienced this
season. The clear weather which followed
this, however, soon melted the snow.
DKAPWOOD. S. D.. Nov. I. From
three to six Inches of snow fell through
th Black Hills last nUht. the storm
approaching a bllsxsrd In the northern
hll's. It vss followed during the eurly
hours of the morning by below sero
COl.DS 4 At K ;i K A l ACII K.
Laxative tlroino Quinine, the world wide
cold and gr.p rnujy retiiuva cause. Ctul
fur full name, l.ooa fur aguatuie E. V.
Key to the kiltualiun-tlee Want Ads.
ITALY TO SEIZEHORE PORTS
Campaign Will Be Broadened to
Quickly End War.
NEW PLANS BEING MATURED
They Will ne get Into Artlea as
goon as r a I oderataadlng Caa
He Reached Trltk the
CIIIASSO, Pwltserland. Nov. l.-Wlth
view to bringing the war with Turkey
ilckly to an end the Italian cabinet de
cided that the porte must either accept
peace Immediately or lose more terrltorv.
This means that more of Turkey'! valu-
e land possessions In the Mediterranean
1 be seized unless it submits to its fate.
Thla decision wss reached at a series
secret conferences on Mnndav ha.
tween Rear Admiral Aubrey and members
or the cabinet. Auhrev arrlv. in nnn.
iddenly and secretly Monday morning.
ngtny interviews with the premier and
e ministers of war. naw and foe.tn
affairs followed. Definite arrangements
ere made for sending the Italian (
Into action against Turkeys Mediter-
It Is understood that the new plans
'ill be set Into action as anon h.
Marquis I'l San Oulllano. mlni.t.e
foreign affairs, can reach the necessary
unaersiannmg wltn the Interested powers.
i is expected that Italy will continue to
pare the Albanian coast in order in
complications along the Adriatic and In
ne JUaikan itr.tes.
fore Ileporta of Tarklah Vletorlea.
ALEXANDRIA. Eavut. Nov. 1
of Turkish victories at Tripoli were
ere ecnoea here during the night In
umult that at one time threat..,! t, i.
serious. The native. ...
ousands calling upon Allah to ini.fn,..j
the Infidels." Shot a .... .,,
-. - , Knuiinu'.,
between Moslems and Europeans. One
native was killed and fourteen others
were wounded Before the police had sup
pressed the rioting. Bcorea of arrests
(bolrra Among Arab Prisoners.
ROME, Nov. 1. Italy's two rhi.f bi
onics for prisoners of war, TremlU Islands
nu Lstica island, have beenm. r.nt.r.
of Infection, renulrlnir the enforc.mnn
of rigorous hyglenlo moasures.
Tremltl Islands are in the Arirl.Hn ee
the coast of Italy and Ustlca Is off the
north coast of Sicily. To these, points
iave Deen brought several thnn.anH
On the voyage some of the, nH.r.n.
died after exhibiting symptoms of chol
era, ine prisoners were all subjected to
Reports from Tripoli deacrih. niret.
culties attending the use of aeroplanes
tor observation purposes. Flvln k
tho fog, the enemy Is hidden from view,
nue it me aviator seeks a lnw.e i..i
he finds himself an excellent target, of
which the trlbeamen are quick to take
The reports from Trlnnii th.t .v-
Italians had mercilessly massacred un
armed Arabs, women and ehiMr.n
officially denied today. It waa explained
that It had become necesaary to shoot
umo .vrsos wno were found !....(
Edgar H. Farrar, Jr.,
Killed by Bandits
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 1 .
- ' MVM I 1.
arrar, jr., son of former president of the
American Bar association, w.. .v,.
killed at 10 o'clock todav at T.ni.n- .
Magnolia streets by two unidentified high-
Mr. Farrer waa on his w.v hi. .
flee when he waa told h a h.ikk-
that two men standing on a corner oppo
site probably were a pair who had broken
Into the Farrer home yesterday.
ir. rarrer atarted In pursuit of the
men, one of whom drew a revolver and
urea, sluing D'arrer.
The two men fled. Durauad .ii..n.
Farrer had been a memher f ti..
Orleans bar for about ten years.
Less than two houra after tha ihnn.
Mr. Ferrer's assailants war.
and made a confession to the police. They
are Loon Canton, alias J. C. Helms, and
Luclen Canton, brothers, who live In New
urieans, agea a and 21, respectively.
Price Opium Pallia.
AMOY, China. Nov. l.Plantera w.
are taking advantage of the oonfuainn
arising fiom revolutionary activities and
are raising an unprecedented crop of
opium In defiance of the prohibitory laws.
It appears likely that the authorities wil,
do powerieas to mete out punishment for
some time to come, and aa a result th.
price of opium on the local market has
lalien suddenly from 6,60o to M.OCO per
t hlaese Drllllag at Manila.
MANILA. Nov. 1. Chinese veterans of
the war with Japan are preparing to aend
a shipload of soldiers from Manila to
China. Nearly all the old Chinese sol
diers who are employed In or near Manila
have been marshaled to the cause and
are holding dally drills. Three companies
of trained men are ready to leave.
Koar Yeara for Mrs. Krelter,
ABEKDEEN, 8. D , Nov. l.-Mrs. Eva
May Krelter, convicted of aecond degree
manslaughter In the killing of her hua
band, waa sentenced to four years In the
penitentiary thla afternoon. This is the
Just What You Pay For
edge of tha diamond
thla store to asaura
every customer a
stone of the highest
quality for the
money spent. In
itieuts buyers must
accept au Inferior
the dealer does not
know the business.
The dealer may be
honest In every way,
but he haa not been
engaged in the dia
mond business long
enough or has not
made a study of It.
su H" Is often fooled and the cus
tomers have to pay for his ignor
ai si e. This store is recognlaed aa one
of the leading diamond houaaa of the
west and understands thorougi ly
every diamond held In this stock. A
buyer gels all hla money a worth and
does nut pay for the Inexperience of
Dea't Merely Bay Xarest. .
ALUI H I r UuULM,
lxteeata aae Harney.
JUVENILE SUITS, SIZES 2, to 6 YEARS . .
BOYS' SUIIS, SIZE 8 to 17 YEARS . .
YOUTHS' SLITS, SIZES 11 to 19 YtARS .
JUVENILE OVERCOATS, SIZES Ik to 8 YEARS
BOYS' 0VEROATS. SIZES 8 to 16 YEARS .
YOUTHS' OVERCOATS, SIZES
Getting Right Down to
J you, need a Ilat, any gore can
mpply our wants but if tow want
the Best Hit Vituts in Omaha thtre't
only one tore to tvpplij your wants
we aaim to be th a store. M bark
that claim vp with the best Hats to be
jound anywhere. The buy ng
renqth of our Seven ten Or.at biuret
mea n mxich to you. 2'hink it over.
BrowninlrKijig & C
P.. S. WILCOX, Manager.
f TlD ir Brca( IIak After a Motto 1
I I CJF 1 Tip Tod bread la .xo.ii.-. cnance. .Jj
JQ j of Tip
V. 9. BTZAag BAZXVO COM7AITT
Five Dollars Three Dollars
,d 72L2F S t plate,
iave u'th. UuUN.v'ui
War. Block. ISth an4
Juits and Orrcoats to
Order $20.00 and up,
What's the use meekly ac
cepting the second best when
the verj beat will cost you no
more or but a trifle more
The men of your acquaint
ance whose appearance carries
an "impress" are men .who
have their attire molded to
tdelr needa by us. They are
men who insist on 100 per cent
attire satisfaction and fit in
their attire, making their cwn
bodies and tastes dictate the
fit, decide the fabric and edit
Our attire Vao.OO to 940.00.
304-306 Soutli 16th St.
Fire Steps South of Faruam.
Vote In All Wards for
Dr. H. A. Foster
. Republican Nomine for
SCHOOL ISOAHI), 12TH WARD
In Favor of OjMn School lioua.
TIIK OMAHA BEE
prints clean news and clean al
and His Clothes
Every Mother "Naturally
Wants Her Boy to Look
God clothes will male him look
that way, and this store is head
quarters for Boys' God Clothes.
You needn't expend big sums of
money nowadays to obtain good
clothinf. In our Children's Out
fitting Dept. you 11 find excellent
made Suits and Overcoats, in
splendid assortments, ani marl-id
in a manner that will really sur
$5.00 to $10.03
J5.0J to $15.0)
$7.5) to $25.09
$5.00 to $25.00
$6.59 to $18.00
15 to 19 YEARS $15.00 to $25.00
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I'" is'!iMi'i a I
Good bread la never made by chance
Tip Top bread 1. excellent every time We
know just what to expect each day-.
fo."r .c.utom-"- Car. and Cleanllne
t" k'"SU IIna U ,n yr7 loaf
Sc at all grocers
watted en, I
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s ai.il1 MUMMllf Klt'M'WTI-i''li1afa;j'isiF
South End 16th St.
"Home of the
by tba in pr b
KAISERI AUGUSTE VICTORIA,
ths laraat sod mnat tumrlnua itpann'r of
tba JiMOihiirg-Aoiprlraii aorvicr. Equlppo'l
wiib Hlti-Cariton Hfitauranl. l'alm lrilrn,
liTmuaalum, lrctrtc Uatbi, K)rva(or.
Will kT New York
FEBRUARY 14, 19U,
fir Madeira, iilbraltar, Alalrra,
Vlllclraarhe I Mrtl, iienoa. Aa-
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To or rrom l'ort dale, f!6.1 anil up,
To or from all otli.r purta, fllS auj uii,
Alto CruUf la tk Orient, H ft Indirt,
South Amtrina, yj-nd tto World, ale,
r Seod fur lUu.tr. lea booklet.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LIKE j
I'M . Kanduliih St., Chicago, or local agl.
Tho Royal Mail
Steam Packet Co.
TBI lowest prlc that
lias srsr prevailed
for a first-class round
trip ticket. These rates
for those who book. bow.
Sheaper thaa remalalnf
it home. By Trans-at-lantlo
n-tieotr. wireless, sub
marine blKnalj, water
t I K h t i oinrartiiieiiis.
jilK krela slraiu-lieated
lunJtMl ut llanullon.
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lira t-cia.a ac
cviumwiationA. 8AM)F.HSX SOX,
Genl. Ats,15 H". I,a Hall. St., Chlcaa-o
J. O. L,lntun, G. P. T. A.. 111. Cent It. It
W. K. buik, I a 1 2 ratnam at., li t
bhlelda, 1II Farnam tit., Louia Neec
tar. Hri Matiuaut itauk, Omaua.
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