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' Y n TIlE OMATTA DAILY ThEE : WEDNESDAY , rrunrAHY 11 , 1900 ,
PARE SY STEIN IS EXTENDED
Bluff Tract Ii Permanently Set Apart ae a
Public Playground ,
COUNCIL STOPS CITY ATTORNEY'S ' SALARY
1eunl Urpnrtmcnt Is tI.elpllned ) for
1'nllnre to llrpnrt no tVntaul
( irudlnt Jluddle1'111tIu
At a aperlal mreting of the cotincll yesterday -
day nlorning , coiled primarily to provide for
thn January salary list , nn ordinance was
read for the third time and pnssed npproprl-
suing Iho property known us the Bluff tract
or Isirk purposes. Tim owners will he re-
Inburserl arrording to an esllntale of
damugr'a prepared by three nppralsers and
the prop'rly vlII he turned over to the
Board of I'ark Couunlssloners. The tract
itcludrs about twenty acres lying between
Lothrop street and the north line of the
lagoon , Sherman avenue and the Mssourl
J'aclflc trucks. The North Side Improvement -
ment club , which has promoted the action ,
hopes eventually to extend the park both
north and south until it contains the whole
or the old exposition grounds east of Slier-
1118 II II venue.
Another ordinance w as pnssed for the
exlensloi of the park system prothiing that
\'Intnu street , from Twentieth to Twenty-
fourth , should ho declared a boulevard. The
thoroughfare tvlll he given into the ehargo
or the park eoh1Inbsloners ! and tbo usual
IcstrktLoris regarding heavy tradlle will be
inlpOstd. The boulevard will probably be
given a surface of cinders in the spring.
t'unuell' . Sutar I. Slopped.
the city clerk reported that he hall received -
ceived the mayor's approval of the levy
ordinance and tint flats tecre now ava11-
hble for the January salary roll. The salary
orllualice accordingly weft through
lts Thud reading and was passed ,
with the oxccptlun of an Item for
I the remuneratlon of City Attorney Cunnehl ,
The hatter's salary was held back in accord-
ante with a resolution which recited that
iaiinuch as the city attorney had tailed to
vmke a report on the \Valnut 11111 grading
problem his p.ny should 51.01) tlutil a state-
umut was forthcoming. The city attorney
was asked several weeks ego tor an opinion
art to whether an equitable plan of asseas-
mell could be drawn up , but made no reply
within the time stipulated. The city engl-
Iee. to wham the natter had been jointly
referred replied hi due course and the coun-
ell was moved to adopt severe measures
vii ii Ids fellow authority. I'ho resolution
tune passed , Mount not concurring , Mercer ,
] leehel anti Karr being absent.
Mr. Connell privately expressed Indlgna-
tlait at the action of the council. He said
that the situation was an intricate one and
that he had been examining the records ht
the treasurer's otilce at some length In order
to return a proper report. As soon as ho
cull Judge Intelligently of the merits of the
case , Mr. Connell says , lee will give tha
cauncll the benefit of his advice.
( 'Ishii , for Personal 4iJury.
A , B , lilrod , 1109 South Sixth street , flied
a claim for $5,000 , which he alleged to be
his dine for inJurlcs received wltllr riding on
a load of hay at Sixth and M ' t streets ,
] : Trod says that while passing . r a railroad -
road bridge near that lwint ho was caught
by the timbers overhead and severely
crushed. lie says flat lie exerclsel all possible -
sible rare and aakn the city f0 become re-
spoosibie for the injuries received. The
claim was placed on file.
A petltlon tvae also received lu behalf of
Nampa Ferguson , 7 years old , who fell
through a defective sidewalk at Twenty-
ninth and Furnum streets , It was set forth
than the child wotUd probably be crippled
for life and that the council had been notl-
lied previously that the walk was in a don-
gerouo condition. The claim was referred ,
110 amount being specified.
The chief of police , who had been Instructed
structed to local after the safety of elect -
t trle light globes throughout the city , reported -
ported that with the pollee force at its
present size lie would be unable to detail
moll for the purpose , Manager Smith of the
electric light company complained that the
depredations of boys was unabated , but the
council was unable to suggest any further
mode of relief.
I'rnnte Ilulldinus Left Intact.
Resolutions were adopted allowing Frank
Paschal , 009 North Sixteenth street , and
Mrs. 19stabrook , 120 North Sixteenth street ,
to continue business at their present loca-
tleis despite the provlous determination of
the council to deutolish the structures.
Ordinances were read for the first and
second thinci prescribing the size of water
whits and the direction of their extension ,
anti providing for the grading of Boulevard
etr'Ct from Twentieth street west , and of
Valley street from Twentietht street to
The llyslery of dust at Sea ,
It Is a puzzling fact that the docks at sail-
hag vessels show dust at night , even It they
be wtshed In the morning and tin work Is
done during the day. This Is Ilko Indlgos-
h alt , which creeps on one unawares. However -
ever IL comes , the only way to cure It Is by
the use at Hostetter's Stomach Bitters , n
remedy which never falls to cure dyspepsia
in all Its forms , as well as prevlrttsmalarla ,
fever and aguo.
CHICAGO'S LABOR TROUBLE
' 1'honttis ICldd , Genrrnl Seerelnry of
R'oud Workers , Bays It Is
About O er.
'l'homns Kldd , general secretary of the
Intornatinal'oodworkets' union , Is In the
City an his way from Chicago to Kansas
l'lty. lie attended the eneeliug of the local
unluit Monday night Mr , lcIdd is a former
resident of Omaha , having been secretary of
"old 53 , " the Carpenters' union , In ISSI.
11o bpeit the day in renewing old
'rb members of the building trades of
Onotba arc very much interested fu the
trouble between the contractors and the
tinlons rotnposiag the lluilding Trades now
In progress In Chicago , Air , Kidd , wlio left
there Sunday night , says :
'Tim trouble fn Chicago Is ; Ito annual
effort of certain contractors to dlvrupt Iho
lltllding Trades' salon and will
fall us slgnully , as It aiweys has
dale. 'l'ho lockout this year was
owing to tlm objection of cerUdn
eontltctar , $ to a rule adopted by the plumb-
cr5 to the elect that a certain amount of
cork should consulate a day's labor regardless -
less of the time occupied by the workmen.
Under the old rule the contractors pakl
certain journoymoli extra wages to make
lhelr fellows rush lhelr work. The plumbers
callt'd Ills extra pay "blood monoy" anti
sought to abolish the system. The contractors -
tractors refused to accept the new rule and
discharged all the workmen of the unilas
who were atUlialed with the plumbers , At
C E3. 3'Z' c T A. .
lh5 Kind Ycu 11a15 Alas Bough' .
ha tI e at.s Boug 1 J
Loare l > e
C ® . X'C . :1 : ill.
iha Kmd Lou Hats ors Boug d
Been the ,
present nearly 011 the reaponslhlo contractors
have acceded to the demands of the unions
and the fight Is being kept up by contractors
of little or no financial standing. "
NEBRASKA CORN AT PARIS
Canuaerelnl Cluh''I11 Urge Its Itecug-
ttitlun In IlitNnlloual
Al its meeting yesterday the Commercial
club executive committee decided to push the
claims of Mrs. Ilarrlett A. MacMurphy to n
pceltlon ht the corn kitchen of the national
cxbibll at the farts exposition , Mrs. Mac-
Murphy received the endorsement of the club
for such a position some time ago nod yesterday -
terday she explained to the executive corn-
mlttee that the small approprlation-$10,000
-set aside for the corn kitchen has been
placed In control of the Maize Propaganda ,
which has hendgtlarters at Chicago , and that
Iowa and Illinois have the inside track In
its expenditure , so that if Nebraska secures
tpresentatlon her claims w911 have to ho
vigorously pushed , It Is proposed to increase
the appropriation for the exploitation of the
uses of corn and Its products ,
Secretary Utt was dlrecled to take the
metter up with Nebraska's senators and congressmen -
gressmen in au endeavor to have Nebraska
represented by Mrs. Macllurphy , tvho has
made n study of the work for several years.
A letter front Senator Thurston confirmed
what Mrs. Macllurphy said concerning the
Interest taken by Illinois and Iowa in the
manlfestaliou of the uses of corn and the
fact that those states have the inside track
In the absorption of the approprlation.
A cotnmuuicatlnn tvas read from A , M.
Oaodwtn of Harlington , urging the club to
Join the people of that vicinity In on endeavor -
deavor to secure an extension of the Chicago -
cage , Minneapolis , St. Paul & Omaha from
that point to Running \Valer , tvhlch would
01)011 up to Omaha jobbing Interests n con-
sldcrable held of enterprise now dominated
lw Chicago , lie snld that General Manager
Scott haul expressed his favor for the proposition -
osition , The secretary was directed to express -
press the sympathy of the club In this movement -
ment for the proposed extension
A letter was read from the John Deere
I'low company , in which it was declared
that the system practiced by Omaha implement -
ment houses of maintaining transfer houses
in many smaller adjacent cities In Iowa and
South Dakota was detrimental to the trade
ht Omaha , Secretary Utt was directed to
take the matter up with Omaha implement
Dr J.V , Jennings , Rev , Edward F. Trefz ,
Iles. II. C. Herring and Rev. T. J , Mackay
were admitted to honorary membership in
the club and It was decided to extend this
privilege to all ministers ( lesiring it.
D , 11. Wheeler , sr. , W , R. Ilerryinan , I.
Kahn , W. Segelke , Fred Paffenralh , D. M.
Woelord and F. T. Hamilton were admitted
The resignation of It. L , 1relder as a ,
manner at the executive committee was ro-
fcrred to a committee for selection of his
A communication from George A. Maxwell -
well , chairman of the executive commlttco
of the National Irrlgatlon association , rela-
tlvc to the reclamation of arid lands by staring -
ing western waters for irrigation , was read
and an invitation was extended him to address -
dress the club on the subject.
A letter from W. D. Williams lncloslng
one trail the mayor of Rockford , III. , relative -
tive to the benefits of municipal ownership
o' water works , was read and 0led.
The members of the Commercial club decided -
cided to attend the exhibit of the home
patronage bureau of the club on Thursday
evening of next week , which Is the night set
apart for the jobbers and their ladies.
DeWltt's Witch hazel Salve Is unequalled
for piles , injuries and skin diseases , It Is
the original Witch Hazel Salvo. Dewaro of
all counterfeits. °
FUNERAL OF CHARLES SQUIRES
Last IUtcs .ire Observed Over the
hail 3. of 1'elerau ltesldenl-I'roml-
nent Cullen. Are I'rescnt.
The funeral of Charles E. Squires took
place from his residence. 202 South Twenty-
fifth street , at o'clock yesterday , a
large number of friends being in attendance.
Notable among them were many old citizens
who had known Mr. Squires in his business
and social relations since Omaha was 1n its
Infancy. The honorary pallbears , with
Ohio exception , were all selected from the
veteran residents of the city and were as
follows ; General J. C Cowin , Dr. George L.
Miller , C. K. Coutant , lieu Wood , W. V.
Morse and Manager Cassin of the western
ahflco of the Barber Asphalt company at
Chicago. The active pallbearers ware the
following : C. C. George , George Patterson ,
John E , Wilbur , Frank Brown , Ed Parmolee ,
Alfred Millard and Messrs. Donolla and
Buckley of the Barber Asphalt company.
The service at the residence was conducted
by Rev. 11. C. herring of the First Congregational -
gregational chureli , of which Mr. Squires
had been an altendauL for many years.
After brief remarks by the ofllclating clorgy-
m00 , followed by prayer and music , the
cortege proceeded to Prospect 11111 cemetery ,
where itormttt toc. place.
The tnusic was furnished by the harmony
quartet , of which Mrs. Squires has been the
soprano for many years. Tim floral tributes
were numerous and elaborate , one of the
most beautiful pieces being au immense
A CITY Wl'l'1100'V S:1'
Slaty 'l'honsnud Jnpnnesc t1'hl blush
Not i 'usrued Itow to llatlie.
Miss ICalo V. Johnson of Madismt , Ind
who has lived in Japan for thirteen years ,
talks 111 an interesting way of the little
htoPlO of that country , vvlto live without
chairs , 'bedateuds , knives , forks , spoons or
soap ; of the women who pulnt their teeth
black and shave their eyebrows to indicate
loyalty to their husbands ; of the carpenters
who make long beautiful shavings by drawing -
ing their planets towards them and who
place the back door at the front of the
house , and of their books In which the
preface is placed at the end of the book
and toot notes at the head of the page.
Miss Johnson llrst wept to Akita , a city
of 60,000 persons , and found It a city without
uoap , Naoyo Salto , a young Japanese girl
who stone to live in her house had never
had a soap bath ! n her life , She kicked and
sercatued when her first bath was given
her anti said they were trying to kill her , A
cal , ) of ivory Soap tvas sent Naoyc alto's
father with instructions to use it on his
perbun. lie cane back the next day and
asked for another cake , saying ho had used
it all up.
Before Miss Johnson left Japan last summer -
mer oho took Nanyc Saito , who had been
09th her for ten years , back to her native
province mil left her to earn her awn living ,
1\'hllo still ! n Tokio , a few days before sail-
lag for America , Mss Johnson received a
letter front Nuoye fu which oho uahd : " 1
forgot one thiug very necessary to our contort -
tort 111 this place. 1\'IIi ) 'otl please go to
the grocery store and buy mo a dozen cakes
of Ivory Soap and send them to me at once ? "
She sent a money order to pay for it , and
the uaap was sent.
Kuit.tre ( I * , 91 , i.onli toad ( 'hlengu
Are linked together by the Chicago & Aitou
It. R. with the most superb , solid vc'stlbuied
druids. If you are in one of these citlea
and wish to ready the other , you will consult
your own comfort by purchasing your ticket
eta Chicago & Alton R. R ,
Of the trsvellug public , who have used the
Illinois Central's new trams between Omaha
and ( 'hicugo and St. Paul-Minneapolis , le
"It can't be beat" City tleket chiee 140.
BOSTON STOIIE BIG BARGAINS
The Ptnrchase of Ohoics of Krolik's Detroit
Wholesale Dry Goods Stock
ENABLES US TO OFFER TODAY
Such II cainrknlute Ye isle. . dint No
other iluuse In the ( 'fly ( . 'rw .1t-
( ertl ) t-chit 't'hey Must lie
Closed Out Stilt Paster.
To make room for Immense lots of now
goods no * being purchased by our corps of
buyers in the east.
750 FRINCI1 CHALLIS , 23C.
Every lady who has vlslted our store has
teniurked that "this is the grandest assortment -
sortment of challis I over saw , and
the price the lowest 1 ever heard of. "
If you have not already done so , be sure
to secure soma of these challis , as they
are going very fast. '
7f1C Sll.l MOUSSl l4lNI : 1)E SOIl : 2OC.
Tomorrow's another epportunily to secure
n waist or dress pattern of silk mousseline
de sole , In plalu color or fancy pattern , at
exactly oue-third the price you can buy
them nt any outer store in the city.
$1,60 SILKS FOP. 190 AND 69C.
To close out every yard of silk in the
house , front the Detroit wholcsule stock , we
have placed then for today 111 two lots
on bargain sgttm es at 39c and GOc yard ,
500 WASH OOot s FOIL i5C ,
5,000 yards figured Swiss organdies , dotted
mulls , foulnrdlnes , dauphlne , cords , etc. ,
worth 50c , go al 15c yard.
Odd Iota , narrow w ldth embroidery and
insertion , from the Detroit stock , 1 ½ e yard ,
Flue embroidery Insertion , from Detroit
slack , worth 20e yd , , go at 3 ½ c yard.
Fittest embroidery nod insertion , nietliun
anti twldo widths , from Detroit worth up to
50c , go ut 81Sc , ] 2iand 1Sc yard ,
LAC14 AT ONE-HALF' WHOLESALE COST.
Large bargain square , with all kinds narrow -
row lace edging and insertion , worth lOc , all
go at Ic yard ,
] melso lots of torehon , valenclennes and
oriental lace and insertion , worth up to 25c ,
go at 3l c tuft 5c yard.
Ladies 'anti children's underwear from Detroit -
troit stock , lOc and 15c each ,
Velveteen and brush binding , from De-
trolt stock , worth 12c , go at 31c yard.
Ladies 'and children's white linen collars
and cuffs , all sizes , Ic each.
Ladies' atui misses' nil wool double and
singla knit mittens , worth 25c , go at 5c and
10,000 yards lawns , organdies and dimities ,
111ce goods displayed In our show window ,
worth up to 25c yard , go at 3ttc ! yard ,
300 pieces standard prints , 3c yard.
36-Inch percale , worth lOc , 5c yard ,
25e dotted drapery Swiss , 36-Inch , 10c yard.
White goods , India linens , dlmitles , naln-
seeks , worth up to 40c , go at 5c , 54c , 12 ½ c ,
5,000 yards percale in all colors and de
signs , none better at any price , 8.4c.
15c covert and bicycle cloth , So.
Extra fine sateen , latest patterns and designs -
signs , worth 25c , go at 8tc. ?
BOSTON STORE , OMAHA ,
N. W , Car. 16th and Douglas , "
NEGRO EATS THE FREE LUNCH
Cnnee of n Grucritl 1'iuht in a Saloon ,
and Later of Two Ar-
Carl and James Bruner , sons of Prof.
James Bruner , formerly superintendent
of schools In Douglas county , were arraigned -
raigned in police court yesterday on two
charges of assault and battery , preferred -
ferred by Jahn Grodel , saloon keeper
at Sixteenth and Manderson streets.
They pleaded not guilty , and were released
under $1,000 bonds to await trial ,
Grodel says there was a general fight in
his saloon Sunday night , in which a gun
play was made and a knife was used , pre-
clpltated because a negro partook of refreshments -
freshments at the free lunch table.
"Everything was peaceable In the saloon , "
said one of the defendants , "until a negro
came in and began to toed his face with a
lot of pickled beets. A white fellow by the
name of George Kusio didn't like It , and
he called the darky's attention to a card
over the table , which rend : 'Colored gents
not allowed to help themselves. ' He asked
the coon 1t ho could read , and then everything -
thing got mixed up. When they pulled the
coon off Kusic's countenance was plastered
with sauer kraut and beet gravy and his
suspenders were wrapped around his neck. "
"Did you draw a knife ? " asked Attorney
Cooley , Bruner's counsel ,
"Yes , sir. I drew it through a link of hot
dog , "
"Link of what : "
"Of bologna sausage , sir. "
"Then you didn't assault Mr. Grodel with
the knife ? "
"Oh , no. I was assaulting the sausage
when the negro came In , and when the
fight began Grodel came over and grabbed
the knife , but ho grabbed the wrong end
of It , and now be wears his hand in a pil-
Pressure Is being brought to bear against
Grodel not to prasecuto the case , and ! t
will probably be settled out of court ,
That Jlenas ] llteiuuntinm.
Sore and swollen joints , sharp , shooting
pains , ttrturing muscles , no rest , no sleep.
That means rheumatism. It is a stubborn
disease to fight , but Chamberlain's Pain
Balm has conquered it thousands of times.
It will do so whenever the opportunity i5
offered , Try It. One application relieves
A ( 'unuuer'lal ( 'luh : Hues
Says the finest trains that leave the city
are run on the Illlnols Central It. R. They
go to Chicago , Minneapolis and SL Paul ,
Inquire at 1102 Farnam at.
Ilelwent Omaha and Chicago
the Burlington is practically a
During the last year a mll
Ilon dollars and more have
beers spent in Improvements ,
and several other millions will
he spent before the work is
finished. Curves have been
double tracks extended ,
llurlingten trains for Peoria
and Chicago leave Omaha at
6:40 : a. m , and 5:05 : p. m.
Ticket Office , 8uriin/ton Station ,
1502 FABNAM ST. 10th d MASON Stu.
Telephone 250. Telephone 128
Itlluls'N llltIh' . 91101 :
ttiOO , r5dI ) ) and $ ( tII ) ) Shure Wwlne.-
tiny Atornluu nt tRISS.
7,500 pairs of ladies' and men's finest shoes
closed out to our buyer for spot cash by the
leading factories in Monica , and worth
$1.00 , $5.00 and $6.00 pale , full he sold
\\'elnrsday at $1,53 Solo commences
\Vednesday morning promptly al S o'clock.
The earlier you conic the better. See tviu-
dews , head advertisement on tltls page ,
T11E 1110 SI14K DEPAItTMDNi'
will have a big speclul sale \\'edttestlay.
Read every one of these wonderful bargains :
500 pieces plain silk , all colors and black ,
for 25c. 100 pieces plaid silks , very fine , for
only L'tc. ( 200 pieces striped silks , all light
shades , 4Oc , OOe black gras grain for only
5e. : $1,23 black 36 lu , who Jal : sills , only
TSc. $1.3ii black satin rlmdame , 27.1n , wide ,
85c. 75c black taffeta o n sole 60c. W'e want
you to see the new line of black gr01adlnes
we nro showing ; aver 600 styles , all 43-in.
wide. To start the big sale we will sell
$1,50 black grenadhnes for ice , $2,00 black
grenadlnes for 9Se.
1)BESS GOODS ,
Spring dress goods sale Is in full blast at
the big store note. Complete lines of ttp-
to'date fabrics-zibelines , venellans , bfe t-
cloths , , plnlls , homespuns , coverts , pebble
cloths , knickerbocker chovlots , Lupin's
h'rencit cheviots , all shades ; inuhnirs , Sieil-
Inns , llbeety cloth In all line pastel shades ,
etc hlantsama ) wool liomeapuns , 25c ,
, III wool Ifonicapuns , 49c. 5I-In , Iiuicttpuns ,
73c , ] ixtrua weight ltomespuns , OSr , $1.25 ,
$1.50 , Iomeepun to be made tip without
linings , $1,95 , $2,23 , $2.50 , up to $3.50 yard ,
l'Inids , 'the mcst popular fabric of spring
1900-half wool , lOc , 1Oe , 25c ; nil wool plaids ,
39c , 190 , The , 9Se , up to $3,50 yard , 'rite very
latest fabrics for long golf skirts , the while
squares ; cotno la and exntulue them. Golf
cloth , douhlo-faced , 98c , $1.15 , $1.25 , $1.50 ,
$1.95 , $2.9S , $3,98 , tip to $6.50 yard. Gi'anlte
cloth , very- popular , 39c , 59c , 75e , $1.00 , $1.25 ,
yard. The greatest line of French challis
ever opened in Omaha. The tnest shadings ,
the most exqulslte designs , all 1900 patterns ,
no jobs , no oft patterns , 4Oc , bP , T5c , Sac ,
S1IIITS AT ONE-hALF PRICE ,
Why pay- ono fifty for a shirt when you
can buy all the $1.50 grades in all the newest
styles for T5c. $1.00 colored laundered shirts ,
with collars and elfts attached , at 59c , The
Stanley shirt , colored , with eeparato cuffs ,
usually sold 'at $1,00 , for 4Oc. We colored
laundered shirts , with collars attached , or
without collars , at i&c. Special solo an all
winter wtdertvear , HAYDEN BROS.
A Fine Sluclc Porn' fur Sit lc ut 1'.x-
We have a 430-acre farm twenty-eight
miles from Omaha , near Arlington , Neb.
The owner will take $3,000 or $6,000 in
Omaha property- part of purchase price.
This is worth investigation , as the property -
erty will "be sold at a great bargain.
I'rlce , $35,00 per acre or $15,000.00 ,
PAYNE-KNO % CO. , Sole Agents ,
First Floor N. Y , L , Bldg. , Omaha ,
vetr Lute ht Chlt'nuu ,
The Illinois Central's "Omaha-Chicago
Limited" leaves Union station at T:35 : p. In.
Wide vestibuled Free Reclinlug Chair ( 'ti's ,
Buffet-Library and Drawlng-Room Sleeping
Cars. Ticket office 1402 Farnam st.
tlortality Stntlstles ,
The following births and deaths there recorded -
corded at the 001ce of the Board of health
during the tw'ehty-four hours ended at noon
Births-August Sea lolln , 5:6 South
Twquty-sixth avenue , boy ; John \I'olf , 6112
Francis , boy ; If. 1' , Kerr , 2243 North Nineteenth -
teenth , boy ; W. 1V. Watt , 1821 North
Twentieth , girl ; Chris Nielsen , 14I ? Phillips ,
boy ; John \V. Tedler , 2221 California , bov ,
Deaths-Frances Llddcli , 1710 Webster ,
73 years ; Charles A. Fenton , 3022 Dodge , S
years ; Chrlsttana Swain , 3107 Davenport ,
5 : years ; Ralphj ; oltnes , 12.1 South Twelfth ,
s ' / AD
PICTOR\P E UIP@ @ FNT
TAKE UNION PACIFIC TRAINS
n1NVAit , SAIIP L.1K1 ; , l'OitTLANU ,
S.IN 1'ItANCiSCO , LOS .1NG1'hl S.
One nfht to Utah ,
ONLY Two Nights to California , Oregon ,
City Ticket Office , 1302 Farnam St.
't'elephone , 81G.
u0S'1'ON S'i'ouiii ( al'I.S ' 1'lll SIIOIl ,
Putts ' 1'ttrnt All ou Sale on ? tnrunln
ygtutrev ' 1'odny al 81.1)4.
IN IMMINSB : 11,1ltiAlN ( 1'Il hS : ,
lil'NUlinlS OF 1\'EitY : :117,1 : .
TIlOUSANDS O1' B\'EIIY RIND.
1.SDiES' $ i , , $ I , $3 SH01:5 AT $ I nc.
MEN'S $5,00 ANN ) $4.00 SIIOIS AT SLOB.
It lots always been our boast flint when
you eco shoes advertised by the licwtoit
store that yell hate always found plenty of
blue shines , "e advertise and you Ilwl them
exactly as tto advertise theta , in quality ,
Ii unottI1 uuQ price.
When the BOSTON STOIHI say's lhousunda
of pairs of
51101:5 ON ii , l1GA1N SQUARES
3 oti tvlll see TllOUSANDS OF 1'AiltS 01'
SIIOIS on bargain sthttarctt , tint 1 , or 2 , or
3 little plies ,
\'hen you collie to this sale today
30th will see these elegant
SIOES Foil M1N AND WOMEN
heaped up in plies nit bight na your head no
Illlltletlae bargain nqunreit , running the vhiolo
length of our alwe departments , In routs five
leer shire this aloe sale started it iris
been ono long precesslmn from morning till
night.'pcoplo coming ; bui'hg ( shorn , cicry
Otto pleasel , every one nurc than satlafied.
Thu new- lot of shoes which we add to llie
already immeuso quantity will make
today's sale by far the greatest of any
that urn ever held.
Umn't forget Mutt In ad dltInn to lha Itch's
011(1 wemet's shoes theio will be a lot of
MISSES' AN ! ) ( ' , lIiJAiif.N'S SIIOES A7'
it ( ' , IOC , 69C , 090 , SP ( .
And a lot of boys' curd youths' slices.
All an bargain sgtuues
BOSTON STOIIE. GM 1h 1 ,
N. W. ( 'or. Ludt & Douglas Sts ,
Drs , Lord & Rustle , 501 l'txlmt bllt ,
ISee , Feb , 14 , 1900 ,
The More You Use
the whiter your clothes
'tlll be , Every cake Is
a pure wbile. Our
friends use it even for a
' < LII prucers sell It.
R P RES R P IT
our new location at Sixteenth and
Dodge streets the prescrgtlion department
Is in the IIASEMEN'I' , away from the bustle
and confusion of a busy store. Hero we
have men whose whole unto and attention
is devoted to conipoundhig physicians' pre-
acrlptions and the manufacturing of such
preparations as are uerded ht our store ,
tints insuring promptness and accuracy lu
our prescriplimr u'e k. Our laboratory
and tvnrehouse w'lll remain at our old location -
cation , occupying all of the three floors
with the exception of the front sixty or
eighty feet , which Is for rent ,
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co
Net locatlnn , S , % V. ( 'or , 10th toad
rd 4- .
Dr. 3ho. Rob Chiropodist.
. . , . .
( 'ORNS It1 1OVED , 2501 and tip , New
rlcitricul method ; no knife , puhtiess opera-
thou. Chilblains posith ( 'ly cured.'arts ,
molt's , bit til marks , hems and superfluous
hair remored with e ) " trh'ity'
illarltentKl eyes pnlnt-
_ eel natural color. 83
ycnro' experletcr , 12
yearn In Omnhn ,
Room 1 ? , 3'rru-
t zee 131nek.
0 ref d 0
0 0 'I I , fl' 6009 PANT 0 0 0
0 1 Mid where to ct them I U I
0 f n Two Chuccs 0
0 . 0
0 t- 0
0 0 t
a ey oats to rl e
Our Jakey has been watching us write
advts and informed us that he thought he
couhl improve on our style-so later on we
will give Jokey a show.
Syrup of Figs 29c
Lamberts Listerite fiOc
1 dozen 2-grain Quinine Capsuies . . . . . . 7c
1 dozen 3-grain Quinine Capsules . . , , . . 10e
1 dozen 5-grain Quinine Capsules , . . . , , . . 15c
Pe-ran-na . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 750
Pallet's Celery- Compound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iSc
Cramer's Kidney Cure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75c
hood's Sarsnltarllla . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lac
lioctetler's Bitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 750
Caslorla . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'S5r
Carter's Idler Pulls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ISc
Pyramid Pile Cure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4oc
\Vine of ( 'm dui . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75c
Garfield Tea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20c
Jaynes' Expectoratt ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7ir
Stuart's Dyspepsia 'rablets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40c
Cur. 10/h had Chicago Sts ,
IIOPVELL'9 Gives strength and
S tone to the vocal
canto , making the
® terra clear and
uocr7'rA SANDALWOOD C.11'9ULL'9.
Cures Gonorrhoea , Gleet or unnatural discharges -
charges in a few days. Full directions.
iPrice $1,50. All druggists , or mail , D , Dlck
& Co 133 Centro St. , Now York.
. . . . . .
This is just the weather to bet
good out-door pictures. Got
a good , rellablo
KODAK OR CAMERA.
We have them at lowest prices.
Everything for the amateur photo-
GET A PIOTOGRAPIiIC MAGAZINE -
ZINE FOR 100 A COPY ,
The Robert Dempster Co. ,
1215 I'uruautl St ,
Developing and Printing Done ,
Wrilo us before purchasing.
IIAYD , TH9 GREATEST. HAYDEN
Sensational Shoe Sale of the Age. ,
See Our 16th Street Windows.
Over 3600 Pairs of lien's Finest Vici hill , velolu' calf , box calf and wax calf sloes , with \velt soles shoes made to sell
for v3,5o , $ t , ; 5 and g0 011 hale V'IEDjES DAY AT $1.88 Pa PAIR.
Over 4200 Pairs of Ladios' lfinest Slioes , in vici kid , ellromo kid and box calf , with han(1 tur11ed and welt solos and all
the latest style toes , black and tall , shoes 1Hado to sell i'or ti8 , $3 , 50 , $4 and fi4.50 , all off sale VVENESDAY AT 1
SI 88 A PAIR. ' 1'housttuds of pairs all 011 big bargain tables , so you etut pick tllelu out easily ,
Y & ' 4
For ladles' tine vicl kid venting 101)
shoes , with hand turned soles and hew
style kid tips , made to sell for $3.50 and
SHOES from the great factory of A. Ah
born & Sons , Drooko Brps. , and Moore-
Shafer Shoo 'Alfg. ' Co some of the largest
I and best manufacturers of ladles' fine shoes I
In the world.
" , 'th + 4'tt' '
MY r ) y . , L
' ' : nn a duo box calf welt bole shu.o ,
tu.tde on the new swing lust , extra heavy
solea and tvldo toes , made to soil for $1.00
SIlOES from the factories of Preston 1) .
Keith , ( 'ampello , Muss. , Myron F. Thomas ,
Cauipello , Mass , and J. P. South & Co of
( 'Idcago , some of the largest anti beut makers -
ers of men's shoes in America.
i 0 Chalice 1- i
0 11re Have ratlltf'ed to-
0 gtlthet' a great gatllur-
o illg of 1lahits-1MllltS
0 out oi' snits whui'i a
0 Lunn ( liln'tVtult his
0 coat cult Vest lilts his
1)lults ) - - pants
0 ° sllil5 tlult , soli for a :
0 lligll flt' 50 a suit ,
0 ° told all the way do\VH ,
0 lire htL , taketi all of
o these p1111ts and corl-
° sohcltlted them into
0 0110 big lot of pants ,
0 alltlvO'Ve lmll'kCI
0 them I'or choice '
0 fleet ( f'e ( (11 wool , iht- (
, o est style 1)auto , 1)t'etty
0 pattern pouts , correct'
0 0 ly tttilorel pants , they
0 al'U Sila1) 1)Lilts , 1f you
0 want or expect to find
0 ° the choice ones come
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Insist n Cif Scale Weights
1\re give them free of charge on SHERIDAN COAL-
J ) & St coal mined in 1Vyoming , and on Pennsylvania hard coal.
These are the only coals we handle-each the best of its kind.
VICTOR WHITE , 1605 Fa rnam Stt TELEPHONE 127.
1'or ladies' ftneat vlrl kul lure shod , tutu
hand turned soles anti newest style toes , rod
heels , n line dress aloe , madu to sell far i
$3.50 and $4.00.
$ IIOIS from the great fartorlea of George
1' . Danlels & CA. , lloston , Maas. , itot'hester
Shoo ( 'a ' , unit Ilmskamp tires , Fieokuk ,
la , ntanufucttlrers that are known ham
Magna to ( 'allforala
Chance 2- °
1 ou lunyvant to 0 I
l111Y 11101'0 Ihall $ .i,50 0 !
for rota' pants ; if so , 0
\ve'vo allotller CollCel , 0
011 of INCH'S I)1t11tS , 111 ° o
tine \vorsteds , casai- o
11u1rOS , clloviotssergos , , °
ilOllleS1)ull Scotch 11101 ° ° 'J
tons , etc , stripes , 0
checks , plhti(1s anti °
) , they alt , worth o
up to Ali pair , wo've 0
asorted therll out arid 0
Rltl(1u ( ht sIucial lable , 0o
and you eau take a o
pair of them for o 1
$325 0 0
" /U// / rare all tcovl , anal °
Just ns stylish as your o
tailor says ; G for. If ' 0
S 'on'ce 1 o 0 k i 11 r for o
snaps ill plops , you Can 0
save about one-third of 0
your pant U1Olley by at- o
I tclulillg this sale , 0 0
For non's flue tlcl kfd bond welt shoes ,
soh lilt and vesting tops , mill Ott latest
style lusts , mudo to sell for $5.00 $ and $0,00 ,
SlIOKSS tram time great factories of Buhel
& dons , Watertown N. 1. , Mound Clly
Bout and Shoe Co St. Louis , Mo. , anti Coa.
litent Shoe Co. , Chicago , '
A11 oil Immense Bargain Tables , Wedaiesday. Be on }
Nand Wednesday Morning. . , . .
HMEN BROS1 ' '
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