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The Omaha Daily Bee
PAGES ELEVEN TO TWENTY.
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YOU OAN'T LOSE US
VOL. XLTH NO. 117.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 19KJ.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
Men's $2.00 GLOVES,
Men's Gloves, 98c
Dressed kid or mocha, Hned
or unllned, $1.50
to 2 valuoa fOC
Lined or unllned.
kid, all sizes, best
makes, $2 values,
Saturday, pair. .
Do You Know That
W ( will place a new
Men Save $10 on Your New Winter
Here in This Sale Saturday
IT'S the surplus stock of one of tho largost nnd foremost clothing manufacturers in
the East. Bought so we can offer you smart new Ovorcoats lit prices that represent
extreme savings. Tho salo Includes Men's Winter Suits also, and they aro offered at thosamo great saving.
Men's Underwear and Shirts
Men's $1 Underwear, 69c
shirts and drawers,
regular $1.00 quali
ty, Saturday, gar
Men's Volour Hats, $5
The popular ve
lours, best Im
ported k quality,
silk lined, In all
tho very best shades.
Tho values range to
Men's SI Underwear, 89c
Heavy quality flat Scotch wool
Bhlrts and drawers, $1.00 Q(.
Men's 50c Neckwear,
Men's knit 4-ln-hands, Bolld
colors, all the new shades, regular
$1.25 Union Suits, 89c
Men's heavy ribbed
or plain, f 1 e e c o
lined Union Suits,
closed crotch, $1.00
and $1.25 values.
Men's $1.50 Shirts, 85c
Men's percale shirts, In a gen
orous assortment of now patterns,
rogular $1.50 values
Men's Hose,' 15c
Black, tan and gray double
sole, seamless, splendid values at
Bale price, Saturday,
pair. . . .
iOrkin Bros., 16th and Harney;
i 1 lj
and lully warranted
manufactured by Scgeratrom
Piano Company in your home? That is one of tho
many splendid opportunities to buy pianos at a saving
which you're offered in our
Big November Sales
Wo want you to examino theso pianos thoroughly, critically com
pare thorn with instruments shown olsowhoro at a much higher price .
then if satisfied (wo know you will ho) let us place one in your homo.
Thoro you can continue testing it to your hoart's content with tho
assurance if you becomo dissatisfied Haydons stand ready to satijfy.
Other dealers quoto this same piano at $248 and it's really ood
valuo oven at that price.
1 Weber Piano at $180 1 Kimball Piano . .. .100
1 Hardman Piano $150 1 Webor Piano $100
1 Voso & Son Piano $100 1 Hardman Piano .,$250
1 Kimball Piano $125 1 Stoinway Grand Piano. . .$700
We arrange Paymonta on Pianos to suit tho purchaser's conveni
ence and guaranteo comploto satisfaction" to every buyer. You"ll profit
by trying hero first.
Concentrate your advertising in The Bee.
fTJiere is a Beerin almost e very home.
AUDITORIUM NOT FOR SALE,
Directors of Company Withdraw the :
Offer Made to the City.
M0TI0E SERVED ON CITY CLERK
Private Interests Snld to De Neo
tlattna (or IlalliMtiK nnd Aro
to Use It tor Wnrrhome
Tho directors of tho Auditorium com
pany have notified tho city cleric that
thslr offer to sell the building ha been
withdrawn temporarily.. F. A. Noah sug
gtsta that the withdrawal may be per
manent and the move is looked upon by
those Interested In tho case as a possl
bllity of the structure being sold to pri
The directors of the Auditorium sub
mltted a proposition to tho city council
'October 11 and October S3, a modified
proposition. In which they pledged them
reives to pay the cost uf an" election to
vote on Auditorium onds. provided no
other question was submitted at the same
It is understood that private interests
are seeking the Auditorium for a ware
house. City commissioners voted favorably on
the special election. The directors de
manded. 122,000 for the Auditorium if sold
to the city. It is said the proposition now
being considered will bring the directors
and stockholders a ulsr return than
nny bargain that could be driven with the
Condition of Frank
Furay is Critical
Frank Furay, who was stricken with
blindness last spring shortly after he
concluded doing relief . work In connec
tion with the tornado relief committee,
1s in a critical condition, but strong hopes
for his recovery are entertained. He Is
still at his home, but may be taken to a
hospital, where an operation may be per
formed. Dr. Allison is In charge of Sir. Furay's
case, and while he feels that his condi
tion is serious and will require close at
tention, ho has by no means given up
hope. He, with some of the most eminent
nerve specialists of the city, have made
a number of examinations and held a
number of consultations, and it has been
determined that Mr. Foray la suffering
from tumor on the brain. An operation
has not been decked upon, as there Is a
possibility that the growth may be ab.
For Children .There la Nothing Better
A cough medicine for children must
help their coughs and colds without bad
effects on their little stomachs and bow.
els. Foley's Honey and Tar exactly fills
tills need. No opiates, no sour stomach,
no constipation follows Its use. Stuffy
colds, wheezy broathlng. coughs and eroup
are all quickly helped, and sweet, re
freshing slumber instead of feverish
tossing at night It is easy therefore to
understand why an increasing number of
bottles of Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound is rold yearly. For sale by all
NEW PASTOR OF WESTMINSTER
CHURCH PREACHES SUNDAY.
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REV. J. F. TOUNO.
Dedicate Church to
Replace One Wrecked
by Easter Tornado
The cornerstone of the Jeiviln, t Meth
odist church, formerly the 5 4t.iwe.it
Methodist church, will be laid ftunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the site of the
new church on Fifty-first street, Just
north of Center stroet. Rev. C. W, Mc
Caekill, pastor of the Hanscom Park
Methodist church, nil! make the official
address when the atone Is laid and he
will be assisted by other pastors of vari
ous Omaha Mothodist churches.
The old Southwest church, which was
a frame structure, was completely de
molished during the Kaater tornado, and
when it was determined to construct a
! new concrete and stone building, with a
full basement and substantial upwork,
i the committee decided to change the
! name of the church to the Jennings
church In honor of Dr. Jesse W. Jen
nings, who was formerly pastor at the
Trinity ohurch and later district presid
ing elder here, and who is connected
with a book concern at Kansas City.
E. A. Smith is the pastor of the new
After Prevailing Upon the City Natl. Bank Bldg. Co.
I am Enabled to Use this Room a LITTLE Longer
' I entreated with the City National Bank Building Company for a few days .over the time of ray lease, and the few days have been
granted me. A VERY short extension of time, mind you; it may be a few days; it certainly will not be over a few weeks, for this
store room has already BEEN RENTED to other parties and I simply MUST get out. But the VERY short additional time at my
disposal makes it possible for me to sell my entire stock, and that is what I MUST do. My locally famous price undermining will
therefore remain in force for a LITTLE while longer.
All Clothes at Wholesale COST and even LESS
You've NEVER bought NEW and Seasonable Suits and Overcoats AT COST in the MIDST of the
Regular WEARING SeasonYou Might do Wonders when the Winter is OVER, but who wants to
waiiy it's a Uhance that Should NOT be SidesteppedPay Cost ONLY if You buy NOW!
REV. J. F YOUNG PASTOR
OF WESTMINSTER, ARRIVES
Rev. J- F. Toung, new pastor of the
Westminster Presbyterian church, haa ar
rived In Omaha with his family He wl!'
preach at both the morning and evening
pervtces at the church, Sunday. For tv.
llMt elBl.t yam Rev. Mr. Young wj
pastor of the Pm1)) trr'an hun h at fir
That pays for
any $15 to $18
Suit or Over
coat. $1 4.45
For your choice
of $25 to $30
Suits and Overcoats.
I've always been rather "Chesty" about the excellence of my "feature makes" of
clothes. You simply cannot BUY better clothes than the very garments I am now selling
out at COST. I feature, for instance, such time-tested, nationally advertised lines as:
"Society Brand"-"Stern-Meyers"-"Strouse & Bros.'9
and others equally safe and stylish.
For last chance
on $30 to $35
Suits or Overcoats.
on any $20 to
$22.50 Suit or
price on $35 to
$40 Suits or
CLOTHES FOR NOW
Nine out of ten of the garments now
offered by me at COST are garments
that were INTENDED for Fall and
Winter wear. You don't NEED to buy
with the. intention of "laying 'em
away" until you fir.d a suitable wear
ing season for 'em.
CORNER 16th AND HARNEY STREETS.
CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
Other parties have rented this store;
my fixtures must be sold speeduy as
well as my clothes; the word "Quitting
Business" is in the very air. I AM
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS IN A
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