Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 11, 1911, NEWS SECTION, Page 9, Image 9

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    HIE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. NOVEMPEIt 11. 1911.
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IHlere Is Especially Important SHews From GCilpatrick's
Concerning unusual offerings for Saturday. The crowding and confusion incident to tearing out the walls for our new addition,
caused us to overlook and display a lot of Exclusive Fino Silk Pattern Suits, bought for this season s business.
Saturday Wc Dosiro to Closo Out Every One OURS the LOSS
YOURS the Gainful OPPORTUNITY Two Prices-Two Lots, at
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Beautiful Mcssalines, exquisite Pcau de Soies,
very choice Poplins, plain satin striped liorder
ings, elegant floral effects. Two-toned or self
colored. Colorings so various, combinations so
charming that there will bo 'no difficulty in
pleasing you providing you need or can use
a new suit, and always providing, of course,
that you are on hand early, for there is a pick;
and our customers are quick to respond. In
white, Copenhagen, green, Alice blue, beauti
ful browns, black, wine, gray, navy, Gobelin,
robin egg are the main colors; blended and
toned into such combinations such as only
. Johnnie Crapaud knows how to use. Marked
previously and sold freely at $15.00, $20.00 and
$25.00. Saturday, starting at 8 A. M.
$13.98 and $9.98
HOT MORE THAN 2 TO ANY CUSTOMER.
The Glove Section is Opposite
Some decidedly attractive bargains for Sat
urday. Don't fail to note the calendar glove
gift interesting, as Christmas is only 6 weeks
away.
17c lave Hovcd in On The
Second Floor
Not yet in apple pie order, but we are nil
ready for business with some mighty attrac
tive offerings, too, for Saturday. More room
for display more stock to show in our new
addition.
Two Days F.lorc After Saturday
for skirt making to your order at the low price
of $2.00. Skirts well tailored and fit guar
anteed. Dress goods reduced greatly during
our extension sale, also. "We can deliver in
about one week orders crowding us to such an
extent that there must be more timo given.
Promptness will profit you for first come,
first served-
There Are About 100 Suits To
Go at $23.75
This lot includes some new garments re
ceived recently and worth in the regular way
up to $40.00. The materials, the workmanship,
the styles are the best that can be produced
better, infinitely better, than, the garments
blown about by trumpet blare from some stores.
A Real Sensational Suit
Sale Saturday
AVe use the word sensational advisedly for wo
will place on sale . Saturday morning at 8
o'clock a great collection of women's suits, em
bracing the choicest new garments bought for
Into fall and winter trade and
sold as high as $05.00
at one juice ,
Saturday Will be Underwear Day
Our stock is complete and replete with all
the best popular makes 10 lines in the neigh
borhood of $1.00. A very special line for Sat
urday is:
Ladies' Jersey Union Suits Combed peeler
yarn, bleached pure white; high
neck, long sleeves, ankle length, i jjO
real comfy; worth $1.00, ut. B V
Another attractive item A small lot of silk and
lisle separate garments vests
and tights, worth $3.00, will
f?o at
$1.98
Hosiery Bargains Galore
In lisle, cotton and silk for instance,
Mlks in colors and black worth
$1.00, at
Lisle and Cotton, all colors, worth 50c, at 2oC
a pair. Most of these are foreign makes.
Showing just now a complete lino of Out
ing Flannel, Flannelette and wool mixed gowns
for women and children. These on 2d floor.
ur Furnishing Section
for Uen
never in our history contained such n corapleto
assortment of all that is desirable in winter wearables-Pyjamas
and Night Itobes, Union Suits of
silk, silk mixed, wool mixed and cotton; light,
medium and heavy weights. Socks, ditto. Neck
wear in almost endless variety. A pew line of
Vests, real nobby. Many specials for Saturday.
Men at this writing so rushed that they could
not give us details, so we have to let it go at this.
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Blanket and Bedding Salo in Basement Salesroom Continues Saturday
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CHAIN GANG MAKES A BREAK
Fifteen Prisoners Try to Escape from
the Workhouse.
ONE IS SHOT, BY ED STOUT
Utnk Locks Overwer la the Tool
Home and nan, bat it Shotgun
Calls a Halt on All
bat Two.
Fifteen members of the chain gang
mart a break for liberty yesterday
at the municipal rock pile, Twelfth and
Nicholas streets, after three had locked
Ed Stout, overseer of the prisoners, in
the tool house. Stout managed to get out
and stop the gang after two had made
their escape. Ed Wilkinson, who was
Just going out of the gate was shot In
the back and arms with bird shot.
That the break for liberty was premedi
tated Is the belief of Mr. Stout. The two
men who escaped Frank Serrel and Fred
Bell are known to be desperate men, and
Stout noticed that they were holding low
conversations for the last three days.
About 11 o'clock Stout went into the
tool house to get a new pick for one of
the men. He had hardly reached the
interior of the shed when he heard a yell
and the -door was closed behind blm.
When he attempted to get out he found
that it had also been locked. After secur
ing their guard the three ringleaders
notified the rest of the gang. A .pick
was used to break the lock off the fence
gate.
While the prisoners were breaking the
lock off the gate Stout was crawling
along the rafters of the building to a
small window. This he broke with the
butt of his gun and then dropped thirteen
feet to the ground. He fired one shot ut
the three men going out of the gate.
Wilkinson dropped to the ground with a
yell of pain, while the other two men
kept on going.
The rest of the crowd, when they saw
that Stout was in earnest, ran helter
tkeltcr back to their various rock piles
and began to work. The two men who
escaped evidently were shot by Htout, as
small spots of blood were found on the
sidewalk outside of the enclosure. Wilkin
son, the Injured convict, was sent back
to Jail, where his Injuries were dreased
by Dr. T. T. Harris. Although questioned
regarding the attempted escape Wilkin
son maintained silence. Ills injuries are
not dangerous.
POSTAL EMPLOYE TAKEN
WITH A DECOY LETTER
Deputy United' States Marshall Wright
of Chadron arrested T. H. Manning, a
Bridgeport postal employs, charged with
rifling the mall. Information has been
received here and Postofflce Inspector
Kendall of this olty has been working
on the case with Inspector Willis of
Bridgeport, with the result that Manning
was caught in the act of extracting
money from decoy letters. The exact
amount of his peculations is not known,
but It Is thought that It will total up to
several thousand dollars, as he has been
suspected for several months. He gve
bonds before the United Btates commis
sioner at Bridgeport and will have a trial
next month.
Board Checking Up
Ballots of Tuesday
Canvass of last Tuesday's general eleo-
tkin in Douglas county, has been com
menced by the official board. The can
vass will extend at least a week. County
Clerk P. M. Haverly being confined to
his home by illness. Deputy County Clerk
and County Clerk-elect Frank Dewey is
chairman of the board. The other mem
bers are J. Francis Hopper, democrat;
H. J. Hackett, republican, and County
Judge Charles Leslie. The election law
requires that when the office of countv
clerk has been affected in an election the
county judge shall be a r.. ember of the
election canvassing board.
Several registration fraud cases, started
by John J. Mahoney before the election
and set for hearing before County Judge
Leslie Friday afternoon, were continued
for a week because the Judge Is required
to serve on the canvassing board.
ALFRED SINNETT TAKEN
AFTER A LONG SEARCH
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A search extending over four statss
since April was brought to an end yes
terday when Deputy United Btates
Marshal Perkins of Hot Springs, Ark.,
brought Alfred L. Hlnnett to Omaha
charged with forging a postal money
order.
In April Blnnett received a letter ad
dressed to Adolphus Slnnett, containing
a money order for 17, forged an Indorse
ment, cashed It and (led. He went from
here to Kansas City and then to Bloux
City. From there he went to Kentucky
and later went to Hot Springs, where
he was arrested upon information fur
nished by Postofflce Inspector II. E.
Randall of this city.
Slnnett, although only 19 years of sge.
Is married and has twe children. He is
afflicted and says he used the money to
buy medicine. The wife resides in South
Omaha with his parents. He was placed
in the county Jail and will be brought
up before Judge Munger next week.
PAWN TICKET PROVES
THE UNDOING OF CLAY
Clay Valandingham, whose undoing was
caused by his failure to detroy a pawn
tirknt aftrr ha had borrowed money on a
stolen match box. was arraigned on a
grand larceny charge boroie Judge uee S.
Estelle. He pleaded not guilty. Valan
dingham as a bellboy at the Hotel Home
purplolned a suitcase of Lorenio D.
Macey, a guest, and pawned its contents,
worth 1118.63. He made good his escape.
The police of Syracuse, N. V., arrested
him as a suspicious character, found tho
pawn ticket among his effects and de
duced that he might be wanted In Omaha.
' Nobody la Too Old
to learn that the sure way to cure a
cough or cold Is with Dr. King's New
Discovery. Mc and $1 CO. Tor sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
ih Are Still Harping
on quality and cleanliness. It's
our hobby we're made our repu
tation on these points nd when
you consider quality, our prices
will compare with any of them.
Don't forget our choice Hume
Dressed Chickens.
Porterhouse Steak 20c
Sirloin Steak lftc
Round Bleak. ISHc
Chuck Steak 10c
Choice Rib Roast ISO and 12 He
Pot Roast 8c, 7c, flc
Pork Roast 8Vc
Pork Loin 11 He
Home made Pork Sausage 12 He
Home Rendered Lard . ...12Hc
JOS. BATH'S GASH MARKET
1021 Kama in 8t.
JACKDAW RYE
IVEIlSEiEY
Cold weather suggests Whiskey.
Here are ome brands of international
reputation.
Jackdaw Hye, bottled In bond, full
quart tl-BS
Maryland Hye, full quart 75c-
Maryland Hye, gallon 83. BO
White Cross Whiskey, full qt. ..7So
Most any btandard Bran a Sottlad in
Bond, full quart 91.00
We give Green Trading Staps.
CACKLEY DROS.
wrira kxkcxaitts.
Mall Orasra Tomptly rilled.
131 Worth 10th at., Opp T. O.
Elayden Bros.' eat Dept.
Make the Prices for the People
Pork Koast 7Vz5
Pork Loins 10c
Hulk Sausngo 53
Veal Steak .15c
Veal Chops, 12Vo and 10c
Veal Stew, 4 lbs. for 25c
Hindquarters Lamb or Mutton 5V&C
Forcquartera Lamb or Mutton 4c
Mutton Stew 12 lbs ; 25c
Mutton Chops, 3 lbs 25c
Boneless Rib Koast 10c
Pot lloast 5c
No. 1 IXams ....120
Uncon 12
Chickens lOVfcC
ayden Bros.' Heat Dept.
3
JEZHEBS
BARBER IS FINE0 FOR
VIOLATING ORDINANCE
A fine of SIO and costs and a reprimand
were dealt out to John Konvalln In police
court for violating the barber's ordinance
which provides penalty for accepting
money for ahaves and haircuts on Bun
day. Ehrtdsnce showed that Konvalln
had accepted money for such work. Kon
valln did not make any other defense
than the excuse that others violated the
ordinance
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PREKU DRESSED KPIUNti CHICKENS
AT THE PUBLIC MARKET
Steer Pot Roast 7 H) and QHt
Steer Steak IOC
Young Veal Roast IOC
Young. Veal Chops 10
Veal Stew 41
Lamb Legs tKi
Lamb Stew, 8 lbs 25?
4,000 lbs. No. 1 regular hams,
t 13
5,000 lbs. No. 1 skinned hams.
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No. 1 Calumet Hacon.. 174
Sugar Cured Bacon . . . . J.2!t
Fresh Dressed Chicken ..10
S-xrlals
From 7 p. ro to 0 p. m, Lamb
Chops 5
From 9 p. m. to 10 p. m., Pork
10
l-lK I P"' lb'
The key to success In business is the
Judicious and persistent use of newspaper
a,vrtislng.
10 Pounds Best Gana Granulated Sugar fl fin
A .if Toa rnrchase 1 Order ef Other Qeoas. ZJ II VJ
II We carry a full line -t Teas, (offee, Bplces. Ex- II
y tracts. Baking I'owdnr, etc.
Try Oar Coffee, Bpeetal at, a lb. See.
Moyuno Toa Co. 4?4 aoAy.ttV.i..
DELIVERY
WAGONS
LEAVE AT
10:30 A.M.
and 3 P.M.
SahKET
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Food Center
SATURDAY SPECIALS
rrssh Trait and Yagetable Sept.
I stalks Michigan celery .....ioe
Fancy sweet potatoes, per basket,
at 7a
New chesnuts, per Ih Boo
bweet rider, per Jug 30o and OOe
Head lettuce .XOo and lS'e
sresh dates, per pkg. lOo and leo
New carrots. bests, turnips,
pomegranate, fancy apples, mint
inusliroums, endive, spinach, kid
glove rnges. faiuy grapes.
ll.OO well made durable vlothes
baskets, "spe lal"' too
New layer raisins, In cartons. Moo
Vermo.it or Ohio n.aple sugar, per
Ih too
Citron, orange or lemon peel,
lb v
Imported uiacsronl, assorted,
pkg
I nWes. Corn Klakea
l't. lare fruit honey, extracted S6e
Large pkgs. Kings new "rfelf
Klwlng" buckwheat I5o
COc jar Que. ii olives 3o
Ito Imported saritlnes. per tin So
4 ukgs. Uneeila JtlMcult ISo
I-In. an soupi., svsorted ISo
Barter and Cheese Sept.
"Lotus'" trean.ery liuller, In car
tons, per lb See
Our bet country butter. In snnl-
tary Jars, per lb. see
Domestic Bwlss cheese, per lb.
pr
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per
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a so
. at
Large Kdam cheese'.' each"
imported ItoqueXort cheese.
B9Ho
fi.uo
per
lOO
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Ciry relUih or chow chow
Courtney s Lot,,', brand whiskey
. y"-r..0"'. full qt ai.oo
Jtockwell, rull ot a l tin
iiuiwui, i tin jt Bias
slontl.ello Hye, riilHmjartM'.&l.eO
run qt. ai
si
.1.0
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Ouckenheliner, 1903
Ainerion, jhoi full quart
i cuar isroox, run Quart .
Wurnlrk full
Moiiograin. full aimrt
fetrouiflit Wlilskey. full quart eoe
i.'un m AJ.1L, 1U11
1.00
1.B5
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00
quart
.BOo
fort wine, old Bant a Koba' 'stock,
full nuart . . in.
Sherry, tianta Kosa stock,
(juurt
Atadorla, anta Rosa stock,
' 1 , 1, u
Angelical ' Wan ('a 'rto'sa' 'st'o'c'k
quart
White
rtosa
BOfl
full
.BOO
full
.eoo
full
.OOo
tWK,
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In Port. kinlA
Sweet lataw'ba. Kan'ta'ilo'sa's't'oi k.
full quart BOo
Ulaikberiy. full quart 75e
vhlte Vokuy. full quart &Oo
I'ort, per gallon T5o, fa.09
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7 Year Old Vhiskey
You never
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tasted a whiskey like It at the prloe.
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A Flll.r OIIAnT FOR ROc U
4 FULL QUARTS SHIPPED PREPAID.
Kauai to most hrands that rell for twice as much.
Hitlers Straight" Is mellow
and l'alutablo ami so pure
is recoiiinieiiUel t y many doctors ror tne sick room.
CD pp With tlrst order we will cive you
r W kB a .mall nsimde bottle, a glass and
a corkscrew absolutely free. Order lousy,
mots, oaU ur write to
LIQUOR CO.
1309 Farnam St.,
Omaha, flcb.