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8 TTTK OMAHA DAILY IJEE ; SUTOAY , MARCH 18 , ISDI-TWENIT PAGES.
MYDEN'S ' UNDER COST SHOES
A Number of New Lota Go in Monday a
Prices that Startle ,
LADIES' S3.50 SHOES AT 82,25 A PAIR
Thin linn Iloen n ( In-lit Sulii for Uemilne
Itiircplii * III I.iiilUft' , Chllilrrn'ft anil
.Men > Shorn All > n , fresh ( Jooili ,
Direct from the I'uctorlc * .
AVe quote a few prices of the many bnr-
ftalris wo are going to offer nt our under cost
shoo iinlc Monday , March 19 , IS'.H.
A Brooks Bros. ' make of line ladles' shoes
that Is worth every cent of $5.00 , for $2.'JS. $
Put. tip opera are square toe ,
Ladles' fine Ludlow make $1.50 shoe , goes
In fills sale nt $2.25.
Ladles' fine dong. cloth top , pat. tip shoe
that we sold for $1.00 , at $1.08.
Ladles' Stelnaucr make $3.50 dong. pat.
tip Nhoe , at $2.08.
Plllsbury Bros , fine dong. common sense
nnd opera toca , pat. tip and plain toe , that
soil the world over for $ J.OO and $3.50 , go
at $ . ' .25.
Hnsccnmp Bros. , fine climax kid shoo that
formerly sold nt $1.00 , now $ J.23.
Stelnauer's $3.25 shoe ut $2.50.
Ladles' fine dong. pat. lip cloth top $2.25
filioo , at $1.23.
Ladles' flno dong. pat. tip opera and square
toe $2.50 shoe , $1.23.
And a thousand other bargains In ladles'
shoes that are to numerous to mention.
Ladles' kangaroo house slippers at 40c ,
II. W. Munam's mines' fine dress shoe
tli.it sold for $2.25 , now $1.18 , sizes , 13 to 2 ,
widths , A to E.
Mlrtses' flno dongoln , patent tip , spring
heel , $1.05 , at OSc , sl/cs , 13 to 2.
Misses' pebble grain $1.50 school shoe ,
at 08c , sizes 13 to 2.
_ Children's patent tip 7uC shoe , nt DOc ,
Bl/es 3 to 5.
Children's dongola C5c shoe , at 35c , sizes ,
3 to G.
Children's dongola , patent tip DOc shoe ,
at 23c , sl/es , 3 to D.
Children's red and bronze strop slipper
at"c. . sizes , 3 to 5.
Boys' $1.75 calf lace and button shoo at
$1.38 , K\csr" \ to 5.
Youths' $2.50 dromadary hide lace shoe nt
$1 75 , slros , 13 to 2.
Boys' $1.C5 N. 1C. button and lace shoe
at $1.25 , Hires , 2 to 5.
Boys' $1.50 N. K. buff lace and button
Ehoo at $1.00 , Hires , 2 to 5.
Men's lace and congress calf $3.00 shoe
at $2.00 , all sizes.
Men's lace and congress $2.25 at $1.-IS , all
Men's lace and congress $3.50 calf , , hand
welt , at $2.10.
Men's lace and congress $1.25 calf , hand
, nt $ ? .as.
Men's rubber boots , first quality , at 20
per cent below cost.
Remember the place , Hayden Bros. The
most reasonable firm in Omaha.
HAYDEN BROS. ,
The Gieat Shoe Dealeis.
AiiotiT HUSTON sroKirs rim : SAT.I : .
" " " " " " "
IIi > hnro to Itrnil Top lialf of 1'ago 17 ,
It will give you a full account of all the
wonderful bargains that everybody who has
been to the sale has been so eager to take
Tomorrow's bargains are by far the best
of all nnd we feel that you would do yom-
Belf n great Injury If you missed attending
the great fire Kale tomorrow at
BOSTON STORE ,
i * For the picsent nt
CORNER15TH AND DODGE.
AUCTION. FUItMTHlCi : AUCTION.
Chattel Mortgage Knlo I'll ml t lire.
All of the contents of the Madison hotel
will bo sold at auction nt 1113 Farnam street
on Wednesday , March 21 , at 10 n. m. 12
folding beds , bed room suits , hair mattresses ,
chairs , bedding , towels , china , elegant brus-
Hels carpets , etc. All must bo sold. Sale at
10 a. m , sharp nnd continue until all Is Bold.
ROBERT WELLS , Auctioneer.
B. Una ? , florist,1813 Vlnlon streettelephone
77C , Is now selling nt reduced rules ell varie
ties of pot nnd bedding plants , cut flowers
nnd designs for weddings , funerals nnd
churches. A flno stockof Easter lilies ,
ralla lilies , roses , hyacinths , cinerarias , sml-
lav , narcissus. Orders delivered to any part
ct the city.
See Boston Store's ad on page 17.
Mmo. II. M. Lesslng of No. 3C E. 20th
Btreet , New York City , will be at the Pax-
tun , Omaha , Monday , March 19 , with the
latest ' Paris and London hats , bonnets and
wraps ; also an elegant assortment of silk
tea Jackets and lea gowns.
MME. 11. M. LESSING.
LAST : i\CliltSION SOUTH
ThU Month Via the Wnlmih It. It.
Only ono faro on Tuesday , March 20th ,
to points In Arkansas , Mississippi and Ala
bama. Remember the Wubasli Is the quick
est and best route lo the Hot Springs of
Arkansas and all points south. For tickets
and further Information call at Wabash
olllce , 1502 Farnam street , or union depot ,
Council Bluffs , or write
G. N. CLAYTON ,
Northwestern Pass. Agt. , Omaha , Neb.
A grand charity Masquerade ball by the
Nebraska Slate lodge No. 1-U , O. B. A. , will
bo given tomorrow night at the Metropolitan
hall , corner llth and Dodge streets. Music
will bq furnished by the Gale City orchestra.
Tickets nro fitly cents , admitting gcntlo-
inan and lady , nnd can be procured at the
door of the hall.
James C , Pntlon , for the past four years
n popular salesman with Brewing , King &
Co. , has accepted n position with the Hodgln
Tailoring company , 1710 , Bee building , where
a hearty welcome nvvalls all Inquiring
Tailors wanted nt Frank J. Ramgcs.
New attractions In men's clothes rnailo of
the finest woolens at Frank J. Ramgb's.
Pianos to rent. A , IIospo , 1513 Douglas.
Southern iieiirlon. :
On March 20 the Missouri Pacific railway
Mil sell round trip tickets to southwest
Missouri all points on the St. Louis , Iron
Mountain & Southern railway In Arkansas.
This Includes " ( ho great Hot Springs. "
To points on the Kansas City , Memphis &
Birmingham railway on the Mobile Ac Ohio
railway , south of Tupelo , and the Illinois
Contra ! south of Memphis. Tickets limited
to 30 days , and only ono fare for the round
trip. This * Is the last excursion ot this
month , For Information , rales , etc. , call
al depot , 15th and Webster streets , or city
office , N , E. cor. 13th and Farnam.
THOMAS F. GODFREY ,
P. & T. A.
J. O. PHILLIPPI ,
A. U. F. & P. A.
Jewelry. Fronzer , opp. postofflca.
Dr. Metz , McCaguo building.
. $5 Dollars nnd
; v $20 Dollars ' .
r' To San Francisco.
The $5 pays for your berth In one ot the
through Pullman tourist cars and the $20
rays for a first clans passage , all via
TUB UNION PACIFIC.
No , you don't have to change , the sleepers
run through to San Francisco. Have yon'
nearest Union Pacific agent reserve you j
berth or * rlto
Harry P. Douel , city ticket agent , 1302
* Offini > . , , ,
FALCONER'S ' EXTRA SPECIALS
7,000 Special Garments on Sale Monday
Greatest Wrap Sale of the Season ,
NEARLY ALL EXCLUSIVE STYLES
A Ornml I'lirelmv * of Notr Silks on Snto
. Monday nt UScIHo and T.Tc , Worth
Tire to Thri'i ) Time *
the Alonry ,
This has been n season of gigantic per
emptory sales In the eastern market. Man
ufucturcrs , Importers nnd Jobbers have beci
compelled to raise money no matter wha
the sacrifice. Their newest ami most de-
slrahla stuff had to he forced out ut what
ever price they would bring.
Two uccks ago nbout 7,000 sample rprlng
garments wcro sacrificed to our New York
buyer at a nicro fraction of their value
Thousands of dollars worth of the most de
sirable silks hu bought at ruinous prices to
Ribbons were sold to him at about the
price of thn paper under them. Hundreds o
pieces of the latest .spring colorings In woo
dress fabrics were forced upon him at prices
Impossible to resist.
Linens , wash goo.ls , hosiery , gloves , under
wear , embroideries , laces , curtains , bought
by him are In , and are of most astonishing
CO pairs of white and cream Nottingham
Inco curtains , worth over any retail counter
$1.25 per pair , go on sale tomorrow In our
drapery department at 3'Jc per pair.
$1.75 Nottingham lace curtains for fiOc.
$2.00 , $2.25 , $2.CO Nottingham lace curtains
Brussels lace curtains , Irish point lace
curtains nnd chenille portieres of Mr. Dick-
son's buying go Monday for almost a song.
Hundreds of yards of the most desirable
silks , ( jimmies ranging from G5c to $1.00
per yard , go Monday nt 25c.
At 48c per yard jou will find silks on
our counters Monday , woith nt least thico
times that price.
At 7.tc per yard silks will be sold that It
would be useless for tis to tell you the
value of. asou would only call It "paper
talk , " without Kielng them.
Black dress goods we will offer for Mon
day at l)8c ) per yuid that every retailer In
the country sells ut $1.50. Mind you the.se
are all new. choice uoods.
7,000 of the latest style garments fell
Into our buyer's hands beautiful goods.
Over 1,000 Imported pattern Jackets , capes
and wraps among them. Monday they go on
sale. The prices will be lower than the
commonest goods are usually sold for.
In linens wo will show you towels such
as the specialty New York retail linen
houses ask ' 1.50 for , co Monday on our
counters at 7Cc per towel.
25c tray cloth for IDc.
$3.00 bed spicads for $1.S5.
Dress goods , hosiery , gloves , underwear ,
wo haven't the space to quote prices upon ,
tiit wo can assure you nc\er were new and
seasonable coeds offered at such ruinous
Come Monday and sec wo will > erlfy this
statement. N. B. FALCONER.
Cent' * Umbrella * , < ) c
That's what the genuine Globs fire sale
will offer umbrellas for. They will be on
exhibition on the outside , and DC will buy
one of them. Other bargains are as follows :
Painters' whlto overalls or jackets , ( Omaha
make ) , 25c ; extra sizes in this lot for the
same pilCc. All wool men's pants , 89c. Chil
dren's suits , C'Jc. Neat men's suits , smiaio
cut , $2.25. Men's hats as low na 25c. Spring
overcoats nway down. Blue overalls with or
without bib , 25c. Men's fine shoes , OSc.
Fast black satin shirts , 2 , " > c. Gray sub
stantial suits , well made , $3.2u. In looking
for us be sure that you are straight opposite
where they are rebuilding the old Boston
store. A red sign stands on the sidewalk
that reads GLOBE FIRE SALE.
115 S. ICth street , near Douglas street.
P. S. ' Monday we will sell fast colored
jlack half-hose , 2 pairs for uc.
The 3ll < lMinter I'ulr n Success.
$20.00 to reach it. Take the only direct
line to San l < "ranclr.co ,
THE UNION PACIFIC.
Thiough first and second-class sleepers ,
Our advertising matter tells you all about
HARRY P. DEUEL. City Ticket Agent ,
1302 Farnam St. , Omaha.
Grinding- Razors , shears , cutlery and edge
ools. F. S. Stanfleld & Co. , 151.S Dodge.
See. Boston Store's ad on page 17.
Till : CICKAT UUNl'imY WAK 1IOOIC.
All Accurate and FaKclimtliiK Keconl of
War's llr.nest Deeds.
To a majority of the prcse'nt generation
he origin , process and vast significance of
the results ot the great civil war arc but
vaguely appreciated. While at certnln
periods of each passing year we have seen
in over-lessening auay of grlz/.led and halt-
ng men In failed blue salute the bright flag
\lth cane and ciutch as they piss onward
nto the valley , wo have felt that they
jeloiiged to the shadowy realms of tradition.
Wo have heard their feebler checis under
ho deep-throated lonr of the piesent , and
vhllo wo have thrilled at the tossing of
lusty slouch hats and have thronged to
ouch the withered hands , we have not
always grasped the full measure of their
It was only when the great "Century War
look" appeared that those who were ona-
iled to enter the realms ot Its historic
roasuro began to grasp the tiemomlous
Irama with Its multitude of detail. For the
Irst tlmo one saw these things from the
The sources of so much anxiety to the
great war president , the foicbodlng which
undo cowalds of the bravest , "and " | the
loiibts which assailed thn most loyal were
avculed. The Inner political walkings on
10 tli sides , the frantic efforts to nnn nnd
obtain points of vantngo for the Impending
tiugglo , the efforts to fill the < lc-
iletcd trca&ury and maintain the llght-
ng status , the causes of success and
lofeat , the proper placing of credit for re-
tilts , the correction of falsa figures and
tatements , nnd n broader view of the prln-
Iplcs which unlimited both sides wcru given
The most Important result ot this publlca-
| on was the gradual removal of the Intnngl-
ilo barriers which had hitherto remained
ictween the vctcians of the blue and the
; ray , for with a better under.standing ot the
ondltlons under which the struggle was
icgun and finished came a moio fraternal
cellng between the sections.
Now it is hoped that all sectionalism mny
eon In this country be n thing ot the past.
'hn position ot The Bee In this matter is n
natter of record. It Is therefore especially
ppropilato that thiough this medium should
bo Inaugurated a further distribution of the
great "Century War Book , " thn fruits of
\litch , as regards a perfect understanding
onccrnlng the facts ot the great struggle ,
10 man can safely estimate. If popular np-
iroclatlon us alreailj expressed Is any crl-
erlon , the demand for this new popular cdl-
ton will lie something unparallcd In tlio
ilstory of the literature of the world ,
The edition will consist of twenty parts ,
ssucd weekly. They can be obtained by
bringing or mailing four "War Book" cou-
IOIIH , together with 10 cents In coin , to The
lee business office.
C'allornlu for Health , I'leasurn and Profit
If going for either take tno direct route ,
TUB UNION PACIFIC.
The only line running first and second-
lass Glaepors and dining cars to San Fran
cisco. $20.00 ono way , $35,50 round trip.
Send for our new 1S91 pamphlets. All
about the Midwinter fair ,
HAIIUY P. D13UEL. City Ticket Agent ,
1302 Farnam St. , Omaha.
Notice ot live lines or lest mulcr Mill head , llfly
cent i ; each nildll Isnal line , ten cent * .
FKNUEKBUN-Kdgar W. . nged 17 ycain ,
died ut the 1'rcnbyterlun hospital March
II , of consumption. The leimiliw were
removed to the undertaking put lorn of II.
L. llnrkett. 23d and Turning treet.s , where
the funeiiil services will be held Hnndny ,
March 18. nt 2 p. m. Interment Forest
STADDHN-Oeorge W. . Mnrch 10 , 1E9I. nt
Centervllle , Mich. , formerly a resident of
SPRING MILLINERY EXHIBIT
8. Hoffman Makes a Most Exquisite Displa ;
nt 1408 Douglas Street ,
EASTER MATS AND BONNETS GALORE
Thn Mint I'crfc-ct In Stjlo mid tlio
I'.ttcctn i : rr I'roducril Are Now
JlcliiK Shown nt Hoffman's
S. Hoffman nnnotmces the arrival of his
new spring millinery by the most beautiful
window display ever made In this city. The
RASTER HATS AND DONNETS
Is exceedingly atlrnctlve. All the best styles
arc offered nt the lowest prices.
Wo have spared no pnlns to mnko our
spring assortment ot hats and bonnets the
mosl complete , and our styles the most ap
proved of any house west of Chicago.
The many unique novelties this season In
shapes nnd color give full scope to- the de
signer's art and our patrons arc enthusiastic
As usual , we endeavor to bring really
stylish and fine millinery within the reach
of nil , making our store the most popular
by the most popular prices.
A look at our show windows will satisfy
any one that we do not exaggerate when wo
claim to have the finest line of millinery
west of Chicago.
Wo refrain from quoting prices this early
In the season because our assortment Is so
varied that wo could not do the matter
nut we assert positively that wo are ready
to duplicate any kind of lint for less money
tlmn other houses will make It for. '
Don't fnll to see our line before making
your spring purchase.
You will stand In your own light If you do.
S. HOFFMA'N ,
14.0S Douglas street.
An Knstcr Oprnlng.
Miss Dacy announces the customnry tea-
son's opening display of the latest styles In
flno spring millinery to occur Wednesday
and Thursday next In her new millinery par
lors , 315 South liith street.
Tlii-y All -ny , "Oh , My. "
Probably the most popular window exhibit
In this city today is that ot Hoffman , the
milliner .at 1400 Douglas street. The lady
Joes not exist who can get by these -windows
without taking n peep. They are exquisite
In their make-up of dainty hats , roses and
olhcr millinery ornamentations. Everybody
seems to be greatly pleased wllh the beauty
of the show.
Cnril of Thanks.
We wish to extend our sincere thanks to
.hose who so kindly sympathised with us
n our late bereavement.
MR. AND MRS. A. MORRELL.
1'lnc Art In C'arrhiBOS.
If you are thinking of buying anything In
ho carriage line call and see us , as wo have
as fine a line as was ever exhibited In
Dmaha. We ask you not to buy without
first examining our stock. We also make
a specialty of repairing and painting.
K J. KARUACII ,
lMl-ii-5 Howard street.
Wanted Dry goods sign 'writer at Boston
Store , Omaha.
World's Pair Portfolios will be completed
this week. Festner Printing Co. , 1307-9
Howard street , will bind them in elegant
style , morroco back nnd corners , embossed
sides and marble edge for $1.00 ; other styles
11 o hurt )
fou see the new Kimball piano before buy-
ng. A. Hospe , jr. , 1513 Douglas street.
See Boston Store's ad on page 17.
83O to Salt I.nl.c ami Sail I'mnclnco.
That's nil It costs you via
THE UNION PACIFIC.
$35.50 for the , round trip.
Corresponding low rates to all western
Through first and second class sleepers
and dining cars. See your nearest Union
Pacific agent or
Har-y P. Dsuel , city ticket agent , 1302
farnam street , Omaha.
Of toques , l.ats , bonnets and all tht latest
loveltlcs In the millinery line , Thursday and
Friday , March 22 and 23. nl F. M. Suhadcll's ,
Xt\lf \ > J'Olt TlIK .I/MM * .
Juicers Attached to the West- Point
Aemlemy Clumped All Around.
WASHINGTON , March 17. ( Special Tele
gram to The IJee. ) The following named
officers will bo relieved from duty ut the
United States Military academy , West Point ,
V. Y. , on the dates opposite their respective
tames : Captain Louis A. Craig , Sixth cav
alry , August 13 ; First Lieutenant John II.
Vlssci , First artillery , August 13 ; First
Lieutenant Daniel II. Ilouglilon , Third cav
alry , August 28 ; First Lieutenant Kiank S.
larlow , Flist artillery. August 13 ; First
.lieutenant Joseph E. Kulin , corps of en
gineers , August 13 ; First Lieutenant John C.
V. Brooks , Foutth artillery , August 2S ;
"h-sl Lieutenant Frank Mclntyic , Nineteenth
nfantry , August 13 ; First Lieutenant Harry
i'reDland , Thlid Infantiy , August 13 ; First
leutcnant T. Bentley Mcjtt , First artllleiy ,
August 13. Lieutenant Kuhn will report by
otter to the chief of engineers. The legl-
nontal officers will join the companies ,
roops or batterica to which they respec-
The following named officers will repoit to
ho superintendent of the United States
Hillary academy , West Point , August 20 , for
luty ut the academy : Cuptuln James Par-
< er , Fourth cavaliy ; Captain William II.
Gordon , ordnance department ; Second Lieu-
omiiit Solomon P. Vest , Fifth cavalry ; Sec-
nd Lieutenant Clement A. F. Flager. corps
f engineers ; Second Lieutenant Walter A.
Icthel , Fourth uitlllerj ; Secorfd Lieutenant
Vllllam O. Johnson , Nineteenth Infantry ;
Second Lieutenant Henry D. Todd , Jr. , Third
Second Lieutenant William Welgel , Elev-
nth Infantry , will report April 1 , or as soon
hereafter as practicable , to the Htipeiln-
endent of the United States Military
cademy , West Point , for duty at the
A board of officers tn consist uf Major
ohn Van R. Holt , surgeon ; Captain William
I. Shannon , assistant surgeon , Captain
legers U. Hlrniu , ordiiunco department ; Cap-
aln Charles C. Morrison , ordnance depart-
lent ; Captain William I ) . Gordon , ordnance
epartment. Is appointed to meet nt the
Army building , New York City , on Monday ,
April 23 , at 10 o'clock n , in. , for the e.xamln-
itlon ot such lieutenants of the line as may
10 ordered to appear before It with n view
o a selection for transfer to the ordnance
The leave granted Captain Henry P. Kings-
mry , Sixth cavalry , Is extended seven days.
The leave granted First Lieutenant Lloyd
.1. . Brett , adjutant , Second cavalry , Is c.x-
cnded ono month.
Captain Qulncy O , M. Glllmorp , Eighth
avalry , Is detailed as protestor of military
iclcnco and tactics at KUrrvlew academy ,
'oughltecpsle , N. Y. , and will report for
Second Lieutenant William K , Jones , Four-
cenlh Infantry , will proceed to Now York
Mty and report to the Buperlntendent of
ho recruiting service for assignment to
duty at Da\ld's Island , New York harbor.
Miuqueriulo Charily Hall.
A masquerade charity ball under the auv
pices of the Ladles' Aid society will be Riven
hall next Thursday ovenlug.
EASIER IffllLINERY SALE
At Boston Storo'Tomorrow ' The Grandest
Display nndEalo of Easter Millfnery.
AT 40 PER CENTH.ESS THAN USUAL PRICES
i\ery : Lnily Should Come to ThU Glorious
Kiutrr Mltllnrrjr "nlo nt Hiislon Nloro
It's nMlmiitirnl Sight and
thctllntH Are l.oxrly.
Hoston store opens tlio season \\lth the
most exhaustive line of
RASTnil HATS AND RASTER BONNETS
Ever displayed In the west.
Only n little more tlmn n inontli since our
great fire , we hnve risen Phcnlx lll < e from
the nshes , and nro prepared today to place
before our patrons n more complete line of
millinery than ever was shown In Omulm
Just stop nnd tlilnk for a moment , for
never before has a new line of millinery
KOIl COG ON THG DOLLAR ,
during Kaster week , nnd yet this Is exactly
what the Huston store Is doing.
After the fire we IcUmost of our old help
In this department go , and have secured
designers nnd makers who nro able to pro
duce the choicest and best , nnd
NOW \VR LEAD IN STYLUS
AS WELL AS LOW PRICES.
During Easter week nil of our choice mil
linery will go at 40 per cent less than reg
ular valutas follows :
Cloth sailors , at 15c ; usually sold nt inc.
Nice , smooth straw sailors , nt I5c ; usual
price , 23c.
Real good black straw Hats , nt luo ; cheap
A great line of trimmed halt ) nt $1.00 ;
equal to any one's $2.00 hat.
Another line of trimmed hats nt $1.50 ;
would sell readily for $2 73.
A line of very genteel and elcga'ntly trimmed
hats , line quality of straw braid and trimmed
In velvet or Hllk ( lowers and nil silk ribbon ,
at $2.60 ; worth from $1.00 to $ " . .00.
A line of yachting caps nt loc ; they sell
everywhere nt from 25c to 35c.
Rosc.s and rosebuds nt l.'c , worth 30c.
Mountains of fine Mowers 2uc , worth DOc.
Wreathes of fine flowers 6c , worth lOc.
Wreathes of fine flowers lOc , worth 20c.
Violets 5c , worth luc.
130STOX STORE MILLINERY ,
On second floor ,
Corner 10th and Dodge.
31 r. ilojcc.
Mr. Joyce can be found nt 1G24 Douglas
street , vvhero lie will bo pleased to assist nil
his former friends nnd customers In selectIng -
Ing correct btyles In new spilng millinery.
See Boston Store's nd on page 17.
LINCOLN'S THKii : : 1'OKTISAITS.
Which Clearly Mirror the I.I fa mid Drntlny
of tin1 ( irrut Klimnrlpiitor.
In part No. 1 of the "Century War nook , "
now being Issued by The I3ee , are three
portraits of Abraham Lincoln , made from
photographs taken respectively In 1SGO , 1SB1
and 18G5. Upon these three faces , with their
\arled expressions , are written a ijtory of
The first shows Lincoln as he appeared
while upon a visit to Chicago In 181)0 , just
preceding his election to the presidency
The face Is smooth hhaven and Is strong ,
frith a rugged homeliness and Keen good na
ture. T he eyes , which are small but pierc
ing , appear to be gazing Intently with an ex
pression of calm interest on something about
to happen. There is bomethlng of tht- air of
ono listening , pondeilng and deciding , in
the posture and lexpiesslon. Shortly after
this picture was taken , by Hcslcr of Chicago
cage , Abraham .Lincoln received his call to
the helm of the.Hhlp which watt already amid
The second'portrait was made In 1SC1. I
Is a cabinet , and upon Its face is written :
For Mr.s. Lucy O. Sppcd , fiom vvlio c
pious hands J accepted the ptesent ot an
Oxford bible twenty ycura ago.
A. LINCOLN ,
Washington , D. C. , Octobei U , isII.
It Is not i > osslble to glance at this picture
even casually without being Impiessed with
he Intense expression of sadness which It
> ears. The shoulders are Mooped , the
> eard has been allowed to grow , mid it
could easily be accepted as a portrait of ten
ears later. In place of the alert good
natuie of the previous picture rests the
hadow of a melancholy almost amounting
o despair. There Is a haunting bonow in
he eyes which cannot be foi gotten. Abra-
lam Lincoln still held the helm , but the
term btill raged with fiercer Intensity , and
ipon him rested the most feaiful responsi
bility a man might bear. This was the
> erlod of doubt and perplexity piecetflng
bo first union iiuccesses.
Number three of the portraits was taken
larch C , 1SCS , and shows another remark-
bio metamorphosis In expression. The
omlnating look is that of Intense dctcr-
nlnatlon and conscious authority. Dili
here is present also , more pmtlculaily
bout the eyes , a look of Mildly roiibldora-
lon such as a father might exhibit tow aid
a punished child.
Shortly after he sat for this last poi trait
just ono month. In fact the good "war
iresldent" was killed.
The twenty pails , composing the new pop
lar edition of the "Century War Hook"
\lll he Issued vvi-ekly. They will contain
09 Illustrations of wonderful interest , nsldo
rom the nan alive. These parts may bo
btalned each week by mailing ur bringing
o The Dec business olllce four coupons ,
ogether with 10 cents' ' in coin. The
ilglnal edition , as published by the Cen-
ury company , cost from $2J to $2S.
The Cross Gun Co. has removed to better
ml moie commodious qimiters , at 110 South
5th street , two doors south of the postolllco ,
vhero the firm Will bu glad to welcome all
ho old patrons.
" llntilii'H M'liinil Unity.
Dan n. Honln sent forth into the news-
aper field yesterday the Nebraska Demo-
rat , which he promises will come out every
utuiday heieafler with eight pages. That
ho appearance of the Issue might be pre-
Isely nppioprlato It was printed on paper of
ho most perfect hue of green. In pulling
ut this paper In addition to the Knllwhy
Vows-Reporter Dan bays that he Is going on
lie proposition that It Is as easy to feed and
lethe two bodies as oni > . lie says , however ,
hat the now publication will receive Ms
ersonal attention , while the News-Reporter
vlll bo conducted hereafter by AHhiir
Irown. lie says tliat the paper will bo fur
ho deinoeiatlc party for all time to comu
nd that no chum will be recognized In the
Arrt'Hti'il mi u SfiloiiH
EL PASO , Tvx. , Mnich 17. For Heveinl
lontlm El I'nso hnH been con.sldeietl the
hlef port of oiitrj for smuggled Chinese ,
nd L. 8. It vlii , wlin Heivi'd UH special
gent under I'rL-sldent llnulsun , IUIH been
ooked upon IIHIUU ngonl and attorney for
he C'hlnes * Six Companies. Special Agent
ViiKfltntf unil his USI | < I\IIH | , : IK well UH the
olleetors of tin ! ipui | | uncut , have been on
lit' lookout ! < > i piuof on vvhli'h to aiiest
rwln. Lust nliUit " C'hlnaniaii who ] mn
cen regarded at a pi eminent factor In tht !
mnggllng business told the olllcer.s the
\liolo story of their plans and work , and
Ills mornln Invin ami thiee Chinamen
vere arrested , ( Other aiiests will follow.
rwln declnrt'H his Innocence of any viola-
Ion of the law and Iti confident of a -
MS , J , BENSON'S '
Sun Umbrellas , Gloves , Ladies' ' Waists ,
Children's Gaps , Children's ' Jackets.
THEY ARE ALL NEW SPRING GCODS
Anil Wo Kxpeet to Itimh Them Out as I'ant
n Thry C'oino In ullh the l.o\v
1'rlfcit Wo Are Putting
We have opened a line of sun umbrellas
that wo will uhc to our customers a little
above half price. We will give you n Mile
gloria natural loop handle for $1.00 , with
Accacla crook , horn , silver or gold trimmed
handle , $1.25. A fine quality of silk , glotla
handsome celluloid loop and ebonlzed rubber
loop handles for $1.50 , worth double the
money. A good wearing silk with Congo
nnd Wclchsol loop and Dresden ball handles
for $2.00 , Finer grades with Dresden ball
and English handles , $2.75 and $3.50. These
como in colors , blue , brown nnd black.
Wo have received n large stock of gloves
for Enntcr , In Foster lace and buttoned , In
nil colors. Price $1 00 , $1.25 , $1.50 , $1.75 ,
$2.00. Thcso gloves nro much better tlmn
the nvernge gloves for these prices.
Wo hnve n handsome line of these In the
new shapes and styles. Prices commencing
as low ns $1.70 ,
New hats and capes of nil kinds for
New waists coming In every day. Sec
our silk waist for $2.00 , worth $4.00. Ono
style for $3.87 , worth $5 50.
We will continue our big hosiery sale for
a few days longer. Remember we arc giving
away ono pair with every four bought.
Either ledles1 , children's or gents' . Thcso
nrc the best goods made and sold ut the very
lowest retail price.
Buy one black silk vest and we give jou
one vest for nothing.
25c embroidered handkerchiefs. Buy one
and wo give you one.
Sec our all linen hemstitched handker
chiefs for 9c.
Seamless stockinet dress shields 5c n pair.
Crimped hoin hair pins , good quality , Cc
Curling Irons Co n piece.
Pins , Ic a paper.
Wo carry a large block of notions and
sell them at very low prices.
MRS. J. BENSON.
Douglas , near ICth street.
Unions of Los Angeles , Cal. , are about to
establish n labor library.
Organized labor of New Haven , Conn. ,
has declared for nationalism.
The Chicago pi Inters paid $6,000 to their
unemployed members In ten weeks.
New York Italian unions ami societies are
trying to smash the padrone system.
A Labor temple Is what the unions of
Battle Creek , Mich. , think they need.
The cigar makers of Utlca , N. Y. , have
established a co-operative cigar factory.
The Cotton Workers Piotectlvo union of
the United States joined the A. F. of L.
An Akron minister Is preaching sermons
on the labor pioblcm to ciowded houses.
English war office will extend the eight-
hour day to the 2,000 ( allots employed in Its
The flagroweis and tplnnois , 7,000 In
all , have joined the sulking silk weaveis
at Paterson , N. J.
Vienna socialists decorated the obelisk
elected to those who wcie killed during the
disturbances In Match , 1S48.
Every window glass worker In this coun
try belongs to his trade oiganlzatlon. The
order has $230,000 In the ticusuiy.
The London Trades council Is preparing
to march 250,000 men Into Hyde park as .1
protest against the House of Lords.
New Yoik silk weavers say their wages
have been cut 50 to 70 per cent during the
past year , and they now receive $5 a week.
The city council of Elbabeth , N. J. , or
dered that only union workmen bo cm-
ployed in the construction or repair of build-
Georgia legislature enacted a law mak
ing It compulsory to mark convict made
goods. Ohio legislature Is trying to re
peal u similar law.
Chicago socialists observed the twenty-
third anniversary of the Pails commune
nllli speeches on the labor tionblcs. The
speakeis were foreigners.
The executive board of the Ameilcan
Federation ot Labor has decided to Issno a
call for the aid of the Chicago b.ikeis to
the unionists of all crafts and calling.
Striking silk weavers at Paterson , N. J. ,
attacked Frank New kirk , who had roluyied
to work. Ho defended himself with an
Iron bar , seriously wounding seveiul strikers.
In Belgium the number of the unc'in-
ploycd Is Increasing so rapidly that the
clergy say their congicgatlous are unable
to pay salaries , not to think of helping the
| ) oor.
England has six grmilno labor agi
tators In Parliament. Geimany has forty-
siv "social demociats" In tlio Reichstag ,
ind Fiance has sl\ty In the national legla-
Mrs Lease told Boston'H unemployed that
they had brought all their troubles upon
themselves by voting for men In top hats
and kid gloves , who hud no Inteles > t In their
The strlkcis' advisory board of the West
white granlto potters' compart , Ohio , has
declared Itself willing to confer with the
manufacturer In a body and not an Indi
Bohemian strikers , whose places on a
bridge job at Cleveland ? 0 , , hail been filled
by Italians , attacked the workmen with
itones , clubs and lists. They wcie routed
by the police.
The latest demand made by the Idle
woikcrs of Now Yoik IH that the legislature
appropriate $5,000,000 for the purpose of es
tablishing a labor exchange patterned after
the Bourne do Travail In Paris.
Over 1,500 mlnda will return to woik In
the Auroia mines , Wisconsin. The men
have been Idle for many mouths , nnd the
Booil news comes to thorn nt a good time ,
as nearly all the families me In deiit'tuto '
Typographical union No. 3 of Cincinnati
passed a resolution to the effect that all
membeis who do not earn the sum of $5 In
any ono week shall receive that amount
From the union , the same being lulscd by n
levy of 1 per cent on all cards.
An attempt was made at Unite , Mont , to
reduce the pay of coalheavers on the Great
Northern railroad. The men refused to go
to woik unless assured that full pay would
IIP gUcn. The strike lasted n few hoiir ,
nntII'\\oul was received from the railroad
olllcals ! to put the rate back. The men
smiled and returned to their duties.
The carpenters of New Yoik City passed
resolutions making the eight-hour day uni
versal fiom May 1 within a radius of twenty
miles from Now Yoik City , to urge proper
carrying out of the eight-hour laws , both
atato and federal , and to aid all movements
liavlng for their object the shortening of
. .howorking day. The convention further
urged that the city Itself should build , own
and operate the projected rapid transit
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
Tbftonly Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Alum.
sed In Millions of Hcunes o Years the Standard-
w. it. in : > Nirrr C'OMIMNV.
'The Shut Popular Mrnlor 111 Onmlm"-
MR WAS INDRRI ) A OUANI ) SlJCCKSS ,
HIS AII1L1TY IS MAUVRLOU8.
Mr. II. Acklpy Sackctt 1ms consented to
Btny with us n few dnys longer. Ho has
made nn ctig.iRcmrnt to nppcnr nt the MidWinter -
Winter fair , Snn rmnclsco , BO we would
ndvtao nil our friends nnd customers who
would Ilko lo Ret their silhouette photograph
taken to call nt the beginning of next Week
an noon after D a , m , an poKslhle , co ns to
avoid the rush , which attends him later In
the day. Ills Kind nnd courteous manner
toward nil nro mnrkcd , especially Indies ami
children. He Is a thorough gentleman ,
nnd hlt < plcnxant mannern make him very
many friends. All he needs Is n pair of
shears nnd n sheet of black pnpcr nnd within
sixty seconds ho will mnko n picture of hli
subject natural as llfo. Many mnn pose
ns sllhoiiclllst's , but ho stands hend nnd
shoulders nbovo them nil. Ho Is Indued
king. When down town cnll In nnd visit
with him. He Is moro than Interesting.
Kor every purchase of 10 cento or over ,
the customer In entitled to n sllhouetlo pic
ture of themselves , free. Ho will bo hero
but n fe\v dn > s lunger. Ho Hiiro and rail
or you will mlhS It decidedly. Nog. 1502-12
Capitol nvcnuo. W. U. HRNNRTT CO. ,
"THU MOST rOl'tlLAH QKOORll IN
TniMily DolhiiH to Cnlirornlii.
$20 buys a ono way nnd $13.50 n roundtrip -
trip ticket via the Iliirllngton route.
i\crytliliiK llrsl-clafcs llckels , Irnlns ,
time. Tlckc-t olllce , 13-M Pnrnam street.
"Ilni'l of IlrnrtV'ut Itojiln.
"A Duel of Ileaits" was the bill lost
evening nt llojd's , the perfoimniico being ,
If anything , much more rounded than when
produced here n month ngo. Miss Crnlgen
has n most congenial role In Lady Stan
hope , u part Hint suits her splendidly , nnd
she brings to It nn artist's Instinct us well
ns nn nrllst's ability to portray so complex
a diameter. The school In which Miss
Cralgen received her tialnlng , In which she
acquired her technique , was for n genera
tion or HO the representative homo of the
drama In America , the Hoston Musotim.
nnd the great lights who have Illumined
that temple are still reverential memoiles
to old Ihealer goers. Miss Cralgen linn
genius , and while her slnrrlnp ; lour has not
been overly successful there Is icserved for
her n future that Is brilliant with promise.
Mr. 1'auldliig , ns the Count do Llgny , brings
to the character n quiet force and earnest
ness which , In these dcgenernto days , cannot
pass without kindly comment. The play Is
Interesting and well constructed , although
now nnd then glimpses of amateurishness
appear. The audience was enthusiastic nnd
the players awarded with n number of cur
"Hiiir. "MncntcrriliiK'H Knltnl.
The piano recital given by Mine. Muntc-
ferltiB nnd her pupils nt the Conservatoiy of
Music hall lasl evening was Ihoioughly en
joyed by n largo nudlonce of music loving
people. The progiam was well chosen nnd
the selections vvcio rendered with a dash
and expression that vvari no slight testimonial
to Mme. Muentofcring's success ns a teacher.
Mine. Muentcfcrlng played two selections ,
with \lolln accompaniment by Hcrr Adlc-
munii , which wciij enthusiastically received.
Miss Mary Nash played n "Gavotlo" by
Hubensteln with exceptional grace and bplrlt.
Mlbs Mary Petty made her first public nn-
pcaranco as a soloist , and rcmlcied "Tho
Skaters" by Hclmund In n manner that
showed no small measure of real musical
ability. Others who participated were Mis.
Warren Itogers nnd Misses Annie Coad ,
Hester Tujlor , Mildred Loma.x , Stella Ilpd-
ford. Lulu Schenk , Subic Biady , Udltli Her
nnd Kttu Crclghlon.
Snrrrildrroil to thu Olllrrr * .
ST. JOSIU'H. Mnrch 17.John Tiimphrey ,
the man shot by his stepson foi heating the
hitler's mother , died this nfteinoon. The
boy who did the shooting lotmiu'd to thu
city yestenlay mid quvo himself up , but
may not be pro eouttd. I'umplncy said he
did not want Irim jiru&ecuted , us the ttoublo
was ull his ( I'umphrey'tO fault.
TIII : IMI CIXT :
nrimtii SI. , .NYiir I Ith.-NViv Mood * t Notf
lilcunll > Y\v l'rlrr ! II
Now In the tlmo nnd our store the place
secure the best vnines.
Surprising bargains In nil departments.
Sword pins In sterling silver at 25e
4Dc for silver tlhigro pins woith $1.00.
2Gc for solid goUlclmsecl rings.
25c for solid gold net rings , worth $ i 00.
fiOO fancy silver frames In new shapes at
25c , worth up to $1.00.
EASTER CARDS AND NOVELTIES.
1,000 cards In new nnd original designs nfi
Cc , lOc , 25c nnd upward.
Hens , rahblln , roosters , cats , etc. , In orig
inal nnd fanciful shapes nt Cc , lOc , 15c ntul
Wo are ready to move the spring crop with
the new Improved Whllnoy baby cabs. The
handsomest , mosl durable nnd Idwest priced
goods In the world.
Our $4 ; > : > call In worth $8 00.
Our $ ( ! . ! > : > call IH worlh $10.00. ,
Our $9.85 cab IH worlh $15.00. " *
Wo can BUIely plcaso yon with our match *
less goods and prices.
THE DO-CENT STOKE ,
Fnrnnm street , near 14th ,
Till : OMAHA ll.V/.AAIt.
tie nought * st. into.
Hnrgalns for Monday , llnrgalns Monday
From 0 till 12 Monday Dennlson s orepo
paper 19c roll ; only 1 roll to each customer.
Pound package real Irish linen paper lOo.
Mrs. Polls Irons ( bet of 3) ) 9Sc.
Alarm clocks ( guaranteed tlmekocpr > r ) ,
Pear's soap , only n small lot , DC.
Feather dusters , lOc , 16c , 20c , 25i * .
Flower pots , 2c , le , lie , Sc.
S-inch white granllo dinner plates , 4Sa
do/en. ' v
Lead pencils , 3c n dozen ; rubber Up iic.
Salt and pepper .shakers , 3c each.
Clothes hampers , OSc , $ I.3S.
Lunch baskets , lOc.
THE OMAHA DAZ\AR.
To hear the Kimball organ before purchas
ing , at A. Hospe , Jr. , 1513 Douglas stu-et
Easter Lilies Free
Would you Ilko a nlco
r Lily Plat ?
During this week If you buy a
Pair of Ladles' Flno Shoos at
You will got with the shoos -s
a nice Easter Lily Plant in
103 S , Inth St. , Opp. 1' . O.
IHflUcnt honors \vcro onr-riod oft by the
Omaha Brewing Association's Beer.
Viomm Export , Illuo Illhbon ,
Keg } Muunehnor Ilofbrnu , nito"1 ' 1'M'ort ' |
Standard JVigor. Jiiilt'Tonic.
Imported anil Eastern Styles.
ALWAYS TH1 VERY LATEST NOVELTIES.
Full nnd complete line of Child-
rons' Hals and Bonnets.
The only exclusive Childrons'
Millinery Department in Omaha.
MRS. R. H. DAVIES ,
I52O Douglas St.
store wcit of Now
! f QP DiAsniXit itituiu\\ ; \ \
' J.oani uioiioy on Ul.miomlit Wnlulici nnd
Jewelry OiU uuul ami Blltur uum/M /
IJvery mnn entitled lo life , llhcrly nnil -
thu purKUlt of happlncs * In honcutly en
titled to ono o ( thceo Secretary Hook Cahl-
nets. For the pursuit of happlnuNH In
volves the ownership nnd use of such a
pfcco of combination furniture.
The bent pvldunco of this fnct In seen In
the rapidly IncrciiMng demand for them.
Three short yearn mu they were a specially
loday they mo staple. Whcro wo sold ono
then wo literally sell fifty now ,
The cngravliiK shows u very Inexpensive !
pattern. There nro flvo shelves Iruldo thu
cnhlnct , holdliiK ICO hooka under lock nnd
key. Hy using the top and upper scctlonx
jou Imvo two places for additional volumes
that mny he often needed.
Then ihcro are tha three drawers and thd
desk Itfcclf. with the most complotu suhdl-
vlslomi ot pigeon holes , rucks , shelves ,
compartments , drawers , etc.
It pays to buy furniture this
month while stock is full anil wo
arc limiting our special March Salvt
GHAS. SHIVERiGX & CO , ,
Temporary Locution ,
1200-1208 DOUGLAS ST. ,
11 ILL A UD HOTEL 1ILOC1C ,