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TTTR BEE: OMAHA, TllUltSnAY, OCTOP.Ett 7, 1015.
NEW YORK JIOCK MARKET
Several Important Tacton Con
tribe to to Crumbling of
WEAXNXSS AT JODDAT
KBW TOTtK, Oct l.-Sfrl Important
factors eontilbutrd substantially -to the
riuml.tlng of quoted value tooay. rhttl
Kmc. the being the policy of conser
vatism edoptod by the eio k exchange
Kin.t lurther reckless trading In (
wsr shares. The effect of this new atil
tin.e was moil noticeable tn those epe
claltlee whoa recent gyiatlona had mail
"Xebraika Dry After 1916" ii Sic
(ran Will Flood the State
HUMMEL SENDS MANY FLOWERS
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Murderer of Charlei Uielii It Still
at Large in Spite of Long
WITNESS OF IIOHT NOT FOUND
The murderer of Charles t'aells, IJth
uanlan, who waa killed In a brawl fol
ia In a party with friend Sunday
evening, la atlll at large. Pollc hv
th nam of a man who was laat seen
Ith Mm and ar making every effort
"Nebraska dry after 1916' la the
slogan of the Woman's Christian
I Tm raPa sa-am iimIah a. ftwA I n W tft that . ttA 1.1m I 1st a W . .k a tkal V.s tm
remedial anion necessary. . a - - .. .......... ..... -
I uiuaiton of ihe aar Issues attained assertion of Miss Anna A. Gordon or still m the city, but la In hiding.
I ..rtWna fully as isrsa ss the buying! , .,,,, ,v- The tails murder waa a moat cold-
. . atirnoed th rxvni ii. Mitorced Evanston, III., president of tne na- .... ...... .. . , . .
selling wall MW.linw.lrf by numerous, . . ' .,.,-. who 0B th blooded one. With . .mall picket from
bear attscks. the professional element tlonai Organ nation, wno on inn B fnc th assailant beat the man nor-
sJ.gning Itself along the short side. After I ynlte Ribbon apoolal.' went West rlbly about the head, Inflicting deep
wounda on the head, all akitll fractures
ise of what was'to follow, uurin the i through Omaha yesterday morning.
mornl..g st.emls were made to t..inr
tlie 1st by Inlualng strength Into railway
sbsies. Tneae eifnita proved aoortlve, be
cause of the ease with which apevlartles
yien.ed under peralatent preaaure.
Weakness a as most pr.iioU..cd at mld
tv Bnrf in the final I. our. the Hat re-
fie. tins little actual support, except at'
marked oonceaelona. According to board
room gossip, many margined accounts
wl.icn recently represented handsome
"paper proilts." were sold out. It Is slg
niitcaut of the speculatie situation as a
whoie that much of today a iljuiisUmi
came trom commission or "wire houses,
particularly thoee having western con
nection. That rart of tne country was
conspicuous In the recent spectacuUr ad
vance ami It Is assumed tost It has suf
fered correspondingly In the severe re
versal. . .
- Kanles of 1 to S points were recorded
iust before the close, but the msrket's
undertone continued feverishly weak.
Fuch Isolated sioca as fte a.aven ni
Inspiration t opper were among tne lew
Icaturea of atrength. Total sales of 1.6".
Olv shares compaied with the most active
arsaiuns of the p.evloua weeit, wnen pi Ices
ere on an ascending scale.
Among the eittreme losses of the aea
on were Crucible Wee4, down 1'4 to
am Baldwin Locomotive. 12 to 192; Oen-
i-r Motors, 10 to .; W estinghouse, 7 to
IT,; Ameilcan Csr. ( to 7-; r'resed Bteel
Car, 7 to t; New York Alrbraae. Uj to
lU-A: Colorado Fuel, to 60)4. and Con
t.nental Can. 64 to 1174.
Hethlchem bteel waa a shining eioep
tlon to others of Its claaa, rising to the
tew high record of eiil. and closing at
that ruure, a net gain of 1 points.
Ihe preferred stock lost points.
- bonds followed the course of stocks,
put Copper convertible values were again
strong. Total salt s, par value, agn gaied
Number of salea and leading quotations
4n stocks today were:
PSIM. B1TI. liea.
The While Ribbon SDeclal ia bear
lag the national offlcera and dele- ff'"
of two Inches or more la length, besides
In the left eye with a single
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gates westward toward Seattle,
Wash., where the national convention party, whom the police have been unable
of the Woman'a Christian Temper- to Wentify. It Is tnonght that the aa
ance union will be held next week. ",nt nt knw that he had kiiiei
, . . man after he left tTsolla In an un
it arrived over the Northwestern. COIMIC,ou, commif,. Th, corf,ner., ,n.
Here cars carrying the convention vestigation win be postponed until the
delegM.es from Nebraska, western police have succeeded in locating and
German Official Announcement As
serts Another Attack of Eng
LOSSES ARE SAID TO BE HEAVY
BERLIN, Oct. . (Via London,
4 p. m.) The British attack on Ger
man fortifications north of Loos has
been again repulsed. The war office
announced today that the efforts of
the British were fruitless and that
they sustained considerable losses.
The war office, which yesterday
made public an order Issued by Gen-
down some fifty shells on the. raltroaJ
station at Blachea, near Keronne."
Nnaaianla Warns Ralaarla.
PARIS. Oct. Premier Bratlano of
rtoumanla already has twice Informed
Bulgaria that the Utter s mobilisation Is
regarded by the Buchsrest government as
an unfriendly act, says the Matin. The
"Itoumanla, from a military point of
view, is ready for any evenlunllty,
thanks to the blunder on the part of
Austria-Hungary, which a month ago
closed the frontier which gave
Koumanla the required pretext for con
centrating troops. Roumanla thus la safe
from all surprise attacks."
laws Weera Natea.
WATERLOO The badly mutilated body
or Joacph Must.ena, aged f7. an Italian,
was lo l.id early th s mornin on a
lone y road In the outskirta of thla city.
Robbery was the evident motive. He bad
been In thla country seven years.
FOUR BRITISH SHIPS
ARE REPORTED LOST
Austrian Submarine Sink One and
Cause of Destruction of Others
T0RP-D0ED -IN SOUTH WATERS
LONDON, Oct 6. Lloyd's an
nounces that the steamer Novo Cas
trlan of Newcastle has foundered.
The members of the crew, three of
whom were Injured, were landed.
Available shipping records do not
contain the name of a steamer Novo
Announcement Is msde that the Brlllah
steamers Haydn an! Sailor r. Ii.ce hart
been sunk. It Is reported tha the crew
of the Haydn was saved and that aoma
survivors of the Bailor Prince have been
The fiaydn was a vessel of S.I9J tons.
The Pallor Prince wss of t.t4 ton..
The Haydn was a vevs! of J.&I tons.
The Pallor Prince wa of S.ltt tons.
ATIIl.N.t 'Via Paris), Oct. 1-The
British steamer Arab, en route from
london to riraeus, Greece, hss been tor
pedoed by an Austrian submarine twelve
miles south of Cythere. Thirty-five mem
bers of the crew were saved.
The British steamer Arabian probably
Is the vessel referred to In the Athens
d!spatch as sunk by an Austrian sub
marine. The Arabian sailed from London
September S for .Malta, Plraeua and
Palonikl. It was a vessel of 1,745 tons
gross. 210 feet long and waa built In
Sunderland In Wl It belonged to the
Kilerman line of London.
era! Joffre In connection with the
The fight was witnessed by a thlrJ 1 ,tirk nf fn .im,. in rnnr.
and Belgium, supplemented It today
arresting the guilty party.
Stadrnta attend Parade.
flfllil.la nf Ik. Bnnlh 1 J I t. m,-U nnl .na
that came In as one section over the ,cnoo of th, Boutn Bld, ,r.
Iowa, 8outh Dakota, Kansas and
Missouri were taken on and the train
Northwestern went out as two over
the Union Pacific.
Na Saffrase Talk.
Among the Women's Christian union
delegates there are numerous women who
are suffragists, but they are not going
to permit the question of suffrage to en
ter Into the doings of the convention.
Relative to this, Mrs I e bo rah Livingston
national superintendent of the Suffrage
"While all suffragists are not members
of the union, all members are suffra
gists and consequently, knowing where
we stand, we will not Inject suffragist
issues when we come together at Seattle.
'Together with a large number of wo
men of the suffrage organisation we
have Just concluded campaigns In New
Tork, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and
Massachusetts, where we have fought the
liquor traffic and I think with telling
Ta Stamp Ihe Stale.
"Suffragist everywhere are against
the liquor traffic and we will be heard
from In Nebraska In 118, and
"And we will stump the atate," Inter
jected Miss Gordon, president of the
Woman'a Christian union, who was
standing by. "In ltl6 we will conduct
what the politicians would call a whirl'
m4 ! wind campaign. We will have hundreds
. I em
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, t 171
, IIW l
, l.tno MV
I. SMI it
114 ' 141
mi Ptatea. They will not only talk In the
"V cities and tha town, but they will be
a I found In the country. We are going to
i1 canvass Nebraska as It was never can'
vassrd before. We will have speakers
In every school district and our aim will
be to put the state Into the dry column.
"We look upon 'Billy Sunday, who Is
now holding meetings In Omaha, as One
of our best and strongest assets. He la
starting people to thinking, and when we
come along next year with our follow-up
methods and arguments. It will not be as
hard as might be supposed to win the
dismissed from school yesterday noon
to attend the afternoon parade of the
A k -Par-Ben In Omaha. Several hundred
Stork Baslaree Uesl,
A gain of J.Onu need of feeder cattle
at the Omaha stock yards over the
period of 114 was announced from a
compilation of statistics at the yards
yesterday. Iowa still leads as buying
the most feeders of any state In the
country, but Nebraska la a close second.
Illinois follows on the heels of Nebraska,
while other states range In shipments
variously under the records established
by the first three.
A substantial Increase In shipments
was reported In every department, In
the sheep end the statistics show that
receipts for the month of September
practically double that for the same
month a year ago. In the horse mar
ket nearly 4,000 head of horses were
sold, the majority going to the French
and English war agents. In the hog di
vision the record of the month of Au
gust was practically doubled In the rec
ord for September. The same thing re
mains true of a year back, the same
months being considered.
' With, tae Mowlere.
Murphy's Colts captured all three games
speakers here, the best In the United from h T 1",erl Prliia live last
'aVMltlntf at Ihii Wruniwlnli 1 1. ... r M -
B s of the Magic City Bowling league
In the second gams the Swift's Prem
iums got away with the first two games
from the Farmers kJxchanse, but lust tn
third. They wou the evening's score.
fs'evada Conner .,
New Tork t-eatral
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Met hy t.ota Woaaea.
At th Union station th Whit Ribbon
special was met by a committee of some
fifty local members of th Woman's
Christian Temperance union. From her
Mrs. Edith Bhtnrock accompanied the
party as th delegate from Douglas
On of th pleasant features In connec
tion with th stop of th Wblt Ribbon
special hare was when twenty immense
bouquets of flowers arrived as th gift
t Park Commissioner Hummel. Tney
were flowers from th city parks and
there were enough of tbem so that they
furnished a small bouquet for nearly
very officer and delegate. Said Mrs.
Sara H. Hog of Lincoln, Va., assistant
633 T3 tut
Coleman ihi i,m
j Anderson 14 la)
Burt "I!!!!!.'!!!!!!.'.'! in.
Crows mi u.1
Total aalaa for tha ar, l.Mt.oM aharoa.
SJe- Vr'r Mao a-Vt,
KVXV TOnK. Oct. 4J.-MERCANTILB
s-rr.n ! per cent.
iu ws national recording secreury: "W appre
ciate tties flowers very much," and when
told they were th gift of th city of
Omaha, added: "Th heart of Omaha I
In the right place."
KTKHI.IM1 V-rU.Nr.VM .. kin.
$47: demand HTO.K: cal lea. S4.70S8
PiLVEH liar. 4irc; Uealcan dollars,
ItOvrtH-Oovarnment, steady; railroad.
i iiiv uuANn Firmer; n and W) daya.
Gas and Smoke Wave
Precedes British Dash
LONDON. Oct lBefore attacking In
their recent offensive, th Hrltlsh
lent? r Cnti "U ,nonth'' "rsent alt.rn.t wave, of asphyslatlng
, CAUi MONET Steady: high I per cent! ' and dens smoke across th field.
low. l peP cent; ruling rate. 14 mr first relaaalna? tha
cent; last loan. S per v tent: cloaln . .. ...
gas for about ten
1 cntrofferd a TatLf'ZX "a-1 minute, and then tha amok for a
tl a rot la. tag.... ST M. K. A T. lot 4s.. 4
4a aoarea n Mo. Paa. c. ta M44
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f. a on. rag IM N. T. State 4fes. . . .lSVlT
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fanan. . eonoa-.l wa av la - 111
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ten. KlaatrM la S. Ranker 4s... Im2
slightly shorter time, and tepeatlng this
procedure several times.. It waa Impos
sible to see a tree twenty feet distant
through th amok clouds.
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teases Stork Market. '
IXJNDON. Oct. 1-Tbe decline In Wall
Street reduced business to a low point In
the America! section of the stock market
tITtr"1 duJl ",) '" tendency
hi which etexl shsree were Prominent.
.. B't Ve-RBar. a-d per ounce.
, MONEY 44j per cent
JJlMtXJfNT RATtH-Short bills 4S1
4 per cnl; three montha, 4Vn4T ber
I . ,
OMAHA Oct. a-Bank clearings for
Omaha today were I4.lu7.lt.. 17, and for
''e oorrvapciidlng day laat year, 11.671 .
WASHINGTON, lct. . (Ppaclal Tele-a-ram
j Nebraska prnalona Slanted: Lo-
"", ureoriarn. L2; ianry L
rj''r-aul Y"'' ,I2' fc,n11'' v lson.
'T'V, 1 1 , . .
... uoiuini-oj aapanment nas ao
. copied the proposal of fcj K. Good to
' nu,irra mr na poatorrice at Iru.
V ,or. tKno ' Un years from No-
U. S. WILL BUILD TWO
WAflrnNOTON, Oct Secretary
Daniels mad It plain today that th
navy building program, now In course of
preparation, will include at least two
auperdreadnoughla, each to coat IIS.ODU.UM.
"W have learned nothing from th
European war," th secretary aaid, "thai
shake our faith In these heavily armored
ship as th main righting Una of the
II would not Indicate whether more
than two battlea,.lpa would be asked
for or how many battle cruisers his es
timates would Include.
Th number of ship of each class to
be recommended, he aaid. had not been
finally decided. The secretary will see
President Wilson again during th week
and expects to complete his estimate a
week from tomorrow.
Sneed ; :
. M7 770 74S
of the pared.
laakloa Wilt Vat na Mridge Baada.
TANKTON, Oct --8Daclal.-An alee.
tlon ts to b called here next November!
for the voters of city and county to de
termine whether they will vote for $30U,
bond for th purpoa of bending th
.proposed bridge across the Missouri at
this point For many years "aokton hss
sought for a southern outlet and has
voted thousands, and many of tbem. to
'outside promoters, all for nothing. Now
It ha been determined the city and
FAIRBURT, Neb Oct (SpaolaL)
A pretty October wedding took place
at the bom of Mr. and Mrs. A. Deffer
tn this city when their daughter, Miss
Bessie M., was married to Harry P.
Rlgdon of Llnooln, Rev. J. T. Parker of
th Baptist church officiating. Lohen
grin's wedding march waa played by
Mis Louts Lautenalauger of Lincoln.
Misses Vera Rlgdon ot Llnooln and Miss
Ess! Tost were bridesmaids.
Th bride wa handsomely gowned la
white crape chiffon ever accordion 1
plaited measalln and carried a bride's I
boquet The home was beautifully dec-'
orated, the color schem being whit and'
gold. A sumptuous wedding dinner fol.
lowed th ceremony . j
The bride Is th youngest daughter of)
Mr. and Mrs. A .Deffer and la a grad
uate ff th Westsra hurh school and'
als attended th University of Nebraska. !
The groom If th bob of P. F. IUgdoa
or this city and Is at present aa In
Reservations for Ladaea.
Thre lodges of th Degree of Honor
In th South Side have been given reser
vation at th Tab at Friday evening's
sermon. A meeting will be held at Four
teenth a d Capitol avenue at 7 o'clock
t obtain badges for entrance. From this
point thty will go In a body to th Tab.
Maart Cltr Ooeela.
Sprlnghlll, Wyo., were visitors at the
stock vards yesterday. The two men
marketed a consUt.ment of beef ata.ro
High school foot ball practice was sus-
yesieruay arternton on account
. Coach Patton at. first
call nut Via A
changed his mind and cava ih. rn.it k.m
men a rest.
John Uockowlch, Silt T street was
au,i sua robbed of 14 by an
unidentified thug as h waa making hi
y home from work at the Cudauy
packing plant Monday veuln.
On secret of sucot-es ,a tu have .n.
money ahead with which to grasp your
opportunity when It comes. Ihe savings
Department of the Live 8took National
Bank haa Issued a Household Uxpeuae
uook that will help you save part of
your Income. It la free for th aakinav
Tddy Korbmaker and Ralph i-faeh,
two local high acbool students and star
football veteran who left school two
weeka ago to Join the Omaha university,
are reported to be doing esoellcut work
under Coach Delainatre al the Omaha
Institution, ituth have landed positions
on the first university team.
The meeting of th Woodmen of the
World. Camp No. 111. that was to have
been held this evening, baa b. n called
off on account of the Ak-Sar-llen eleo
We can install an oil burner In your
heating; plant. Call us. Hubert Parks
Heating and Plumbing Co.. 441 N. auh
Heata have been reaerved for member
of the South Side Woman club at the
Tebetnai'le Thursday afternoon. A meet
ing of the club membera will be held at
1:J0 o'clock In front of the Lord Lieter
noapiiat at fourteenth and Capitol ave-
with the following statement:
"In September 14. before th beginning
of the great attack on th western
front General Joffre Issued an army or
der, a copy of which lias been found.
General Joffre gav Instructions to th
officer to tell the men that the Inten
tion wa to drive the German from
French soil and that this would Influ
ence nations hitherto neutral to enter
the war with the entente power a.
"General Joffre then told about th
exceptionally favorable conditions for
th attack. Territorials were to be used
In the trenches, thus freeing the younger
men for the assault The landing of
British troops enabled the commander-in-chief
to hold several armies ready for
th attack. Th number of machine
guns had been doubled and tha heavy
guns replaced by new ones. The amount
of ammunition on hand was unprece
dented. Th moment waa favorahl for
the movement. General Joffre said, be
cause all of Kitchener's army had been
landed In France, whereas the Germans
had withdrawn troops for th Russian
Woald F.ad War at Oar.,
Th commander added that th situs
tion called for an effort on th part of
the soldiers to end th war at one.
"Moreover, a Hrltlsh order was found,
telling the soldiers 'that on the coming
battle depends the fat of coming Brit
"The German official report and th
French and British oruers prove how little
truth there Is In th pretense of the en
emy that It was not Intended to continue
th attack .which began on September 28
and was stopped by th Germans.
"The object of th attack wa to drive
the Germans from French soli, but th
only results obtained on th entire front
were tn on place to the extent of twenty
three kilometre and In another of twelve
kilometres, and these results were not
obtained by th military achievements of
the sttacklng British) but by a successful
surprise resulting from an attack with
gas. In these sections th first German
line waa pressed Into the second line,
which Is by no means th last line.
"According to conservative estimates
the French losses In dead, wounded and
prisoners were 130,000, and th British
losses SO.OOO. (This portion of th German
report waa received from Berl.n yesteid .y
by way of London.) The German loaaes
were not one-fifth of this number."
Allies Victory Not Brllllaat.
The remaining portion of th war office
communication Is summarised as follows
by th Overseas News Agency.
Ths headquarters statement says fur
ther that such local successes as wers
obtained war gained with seven-fold nu
merical superiority prepared for by war
material from th factories of half the
world, and that they cannot b called
"Army headquarters says further that
only on German division which waa on
Its way from th western front was re
tained at th beginning of the enemy's
attacks, and that other divisions were
assigned to tak th place for which th
detained division . was destined- Other
wise th plans of th German army were
not Influenced In any. way by th attack,
which at no place penetrated beyond th
second line, and nowhere rendered Impos
sible movement of reserves Just as was
don In May, when th offensive move
ment at Arras was mads."
. f'resck ui ileal Hesart.
PARIS, Oct k There was a fairly vio
lent bombardment in th a r tola regit, n
yesterday, both aides - taking part, ac
cording to th announcement given out
by th French war ofi'ic th.a afternoon.
In th Champagne district th artillery
exchanges have continued..
French artillery caused a violent ex
plosion to a Uarman raUroad train at a
point to th north of Verdun.
r remit aviator have th.own down some
fifty shells on a railroad station near
Th text ot the communication follows:
"In Arlois yesterday there was a fairly
violent bombardment both aide taking
part, along th entire front to th nort't
of La Scarue. There was also fighting
with bombs and torpedoes In th sector
of wuennevieres and Vich-Sur-Alsn and
on th plateau of Nouvren.
"lu th Champagne district there hat
been a continuance of the artillery ex
changes, particularly la th region it
Ein 1 Vvdegrangea, near th Navarlt
farm, and In th vicinity of Butte O
"In th Argonn district there haa been
fighting from trench to trench, with
hand grenades, and bomb at Courtes
Cbausse and at La Fill Norte.
"To the north of, Verdun In the suburb
ot Or, French artllliAy waa successful
In reaching a German troop train an I
caualng a heavy violent explosion. Thero
Is nothing to report from the remainder
of th front
' On of our aortal squadrons has thrown
Several alumni of the South High school
are planning to make the trip to Beatrice
Friday afternoon with the local foot ball
team when they go to play the Queen
( tty eleven. The return home will be
made the aame evening by way of Lin
coln on the McKeen motor.
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for Ut. small laroetor. la tha cairanl !au at
THS OUP LOT KXVIEW. IMbliaked IMF
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aa,a eoetoa Si Sraadaar. Nov Tork Oil.
cuuntr can awing the deal and this tld
In bonds will make the bridge a go. as .tructor la th state university at Un
til balance f th money is already In eoln. Mr .nd lira. Ri.,t. .in
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All Ak-Sar-Ben Visitors Are Heartily Welcomed
We consider you our
guests as well as
Omaha's, and stand
ready to grant any ac
commodations in our
power that will add to
your pleasure. Baggage
Make this store your
splendid sales have been
arranged, but you are
whether you come to
buy or not. Baggage
f . .
r?T Trimmed Hat Sale
$5.00, $6.50 and $7.50 Values at
Sale Begins Thursday at 8 A. M.
Over 250 Nobby Trimmed Hats qualities and styles that usually sell at $5.00,
$6.50 and $7.50 most of them are black but you will find, a good assortment of the
most wanted colors. Your choice of Silk Velvets or Plushes, all artistically trim
med with ostrich plumes, high class novelty feathers, ribbons, buckles, fur, flowers,
fruit, etc. Styles ranging from the high crown Colonial Sailors to the large picture
hats every one a remarkable bargain. ,
Special Sale of Ladies' LONG KID GLOVES $ 198
Regular $2.53 Values in REAL FRENCH KID: White Only.
Other splendid values in best known makes at $2.50 to $4.00.
For Women Who Seek Distinctiveness in Dress
Our Ak-Sar-Ben week displays come as a
most pleasant surprise. Not only are the broad
assortments more expressive of the latent style
ideas of the world's arbiters of fashion, but tho
pricings in every instance are as low as consist
ent with honest merchandising.
The Voice of Fashion Speaks
Convincingly in the Splendid
Values in Women's Apparel
Elegant Velvet Suits
$35, $39.75, $45, $50 to $100
HANDSOME NEW WOOL SUITS Many of
them artistically fur trimmed; surprising values
at $35, $45, $65 and $75
WE WANT EVERY WOMAN TO SEE
25 distinctive designs in broadcloths, Rarbarlines,
poplins and novelties in nil colors and sizes. . You'll
vote them the choicest values to be found at $23.
$35, $45, $55 to $150
New Gowns and
$25, $35, $45 and up
Thousands of New Waists $1.95, $2.95, $3.95, to$lS
New Dress Skirts
New Petticoats New Coats
At no other place in Omaha will you find the
assortments and values equalled. We welcome
the most critical comparison of qualities of any
given price and will cheerfully 'refund purchase
on any garment not equal or better values than
'ffi S4 IT
Read the Ak-Sar-Ben Grocery Specials for Thursday
Quality Goods and a Saving of 25 to SO Per Cent in the C t of Living
IS I'ouada rnrs Can PI fl f
Oraaalated ajrar k I U U
4S-lb. sacks best high grade Diamond
U Hour, nothlrg liner for 4ft I Mf
bread, plea, takoa or biscuits I iHU
10 bar Beat-'Em-AU. I'lamond C or
Ijtundry Uueen Whit Laundry tsoi.i
IS pound beat Whit or Yellow Cm if
T lbs. best bulk I .sundry Starch. S3
I l-o. Jar Fur Fruit Pi esr aa. . Sie
I -lb. parkara New Mince Meat..Sl-4o
Teaat rvam. packase 3
All regular 1 Sc Cookie. Thursday, ar.
per pound.. a 1-3
Fancy guwn Ollvea, qt 8
Skinner' Macaroni, Vermicelli wr
Spaghattl. per pack fU
cao OU Mardioea ft.
nersney-s Krrakruat Cocoa, lb....SOo
Macl.aren'a I'tanut Putter, lb. . lgl.e
Gallon cana tioluVn Table Syrup.. aa
F- C Corn Flakes, pkg So
Grape-Nuta. pkg Oo
Krumble or W. o q -kg. . . . 1-J
4 10c cana Condensed Milk SS
The bvst Tea Sifilnrs. lb
Golden rsn'os Coff.e. lb 39
thb jvast of m-Errrm ieabj
If you era gulna to out peara, io it
now. aa the summer Is about c'osjI.
Thura.ls" wa will have a car of x
tra fancy MlchlKan fruit which
will put on eale. at. oer bashal. .ai.ll
TMM aVoVST C TtUaJr BI.Ua
Thura.av. for 4-uaaoi crate. .. . so
raaey at. 1 Oreasaary Bat-
The test strictly fresh Eggs, dos. 96o
t pounds . od Butterlne Sue
Fancy table Butterlne, per lb...lTV(
txb TioiTiau acasKBT or
oxaJtA rojt in rxoii.B
IS lbs. best Red River, Ohio, Pota
toes for - , to
II lbs. fancy Greening Apple, fur
f bunches fresh Radishes , .5c
4 heed frsh Leaf Lettuo. .. . . . .be
1 heaU fresh Cabbage ,...lu
I large Coup bunchea 10
Fancy Jeraey Hwaet Potatoes, pe
4 hunches fresh Beet, Carrots, Tur
nips for 3
1 hesds cook In e Cabbae. , , . ,
Fresh Kalamasoo Celery ......... .13
Fancy Pweet Corn, dusen 10
S uuncoa irah Parsley se
j their bom la Lincoln. j
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