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TTTE OMAITA DAILY TVEE: TUESDAY. iOVEMBET? 0, 1900.
CAN MR, SHIELDS EXPLAIN?
Interesting Facts from Oourt Dockets on His
ADMITS THAT IT IS BEING CARRIED ON
Sot Mnisle Vnme linn Itcen llrnunht
to Trial In Uood Faith llnrlnic
Tn view of the fact that the. present in
cumbent of tho county attorney's oltlco l
making a bid for votes on the ground that ho
Is opposed to gambling and proposes to
Klainp It out It ho Is re-elected, the follow
lac circular compiled from tho court records
U worthy of careful perusal:
The prcHcnt Incumbent of the ofllce of
county attorney, Oeorge W. Shields, Is now
uttcmptlnK to get the votes of tho sclf
rcspcctlng. law-abiding citlicns of this
tounty on the plea that ho Is opposed to
Ills record (is county attorney exhibits tho
most hypocritical conduct on his part on
this question. He admits that gambling hitB
flourished In tho most open and flagrant
manner under his very nose and yet ho has
not In good faith brought a single offender
In this partlculnr to trial before court or
Tho court records show him In his true
light. Tho case of the State of Nebraska
against Henry Oerter, charged with gam
bling, was begun by Howard H. Haldrlge,
thon county attorney. Oerter was brought
to trial boforo a Jury, tho witnesses were
Hworn, their testimony was written out by
tho omclal court reportwr and certified to
by tho Judge before whom tho case was
Oertor was convlotrd and sentenced.
Oertor's attoruoy appealed the case to the
itiprcmo court, whoro the sentence was re
verted on a mero technicality and the case
nont back for a new trial.
Did Shlolds call tho witnesses to teitlfy
Not at all.
"Why? . .
In tho meantime Oerter's attorney had
been appointed by Shields his chief deputy.
Tho caso was dismissed.
Tho paid assistant county attorney was
tho paid attorney for this notorious gambler
who had been convicted upon overwhelming
Can't you suess?
Later when this same gambling holo was
raided Shields asslstuut was found to havo
boon ono of Us froquontors.
When put on the stand to testify to what
bo saw up thero this assistant refused to
Ho said: "It might Incriminate me.
Ho ought to know.
Did Shlolds demand his resignation?
Not at all. Ho lot him stay.
Wouldn't the voters like to know?
Can't you guess?
Filed Defective Complnlntn.
Shields Is masquerading as the great ex
terminator of what Is called tho gamo of
Once tmon a tlmo ho did fllo a complaint
against tho policy game and tho district
court held It to be so dcfoctlvo as not to
c-.liarco a crime. Did ho amend It in ac
eordanco with the suggestion of the Judge?
Not nt all!
He Hald tho Judge was not his friend
and ho appealed to tho supreme court and
thero the ruling of tho district Judgo was
fully sustained, and the suprome court
told him that tho ruling of tho district
court wan right and that hla complaint did
not charge any crime.
Did ho then amend the complaint to
meet the rulings ot the district ana bu
promo courts aid bring the offender to
Oh, to! He dismissed the case!
Then he kept still, very still, until he
thought It was about time to make another
poso at exterminating somo moro, so ho
filed another complaint against the policy
Did be draw one this time to meet the
law laid down by the supreme court In tho
Most certainly not
Of course the rosult was that the Judgo
ot the district court wan compelled to
again bold that this second complaint did
not chargo a violation ot any law. He
ngaln said the Judge was not his friend
nnd hn niraln annouled to the sunrome
court, which again told him tho Judge of
tho district court was right aud that he
IHanilaaed the Cane.
Did he now amend bis complaint to raeot
tho law an laid down by the supremo court
a second time and bring his man to face a
Not at all.
Ho dismissed the case.
Tho administration of George W. Shields
bas cost the taxpayers In salaries alone
over 2,000 a year more than that of his
He has caused arrests, had tho offenders
bound over to the district court, tilled the
oourt bouso with witnesses at $2 each per
day, excluslvo of the sheriff's fees for
nerving tho subpoenas, and thon dismissed
the cases. In this manner ho has ruth
Jessly wasted thousands of dollars ot the
Though his salary list Is much larger
than that of hla predecessor, nut of nev
oral hundred consecutive cases ho secured
less than ono-thlrd as many convictions
s bis predecessor and tho number of ac
qulttals was Increased morn thai fourfold.
At times while Howard II. Baldrlge was
county attorney the number of convictions
reached SO per cent of those tried. Never
during Shlolds' Incumbency has the per
centago of convictions reached 20 per cent
Do you want to Indorso this record of
Incompetency by ro-olccting Shields?
Six Frightful lullnres.
Blx torrlble failures of six different doc
tors nearly sent William H. Mullen of
lackland, O,, to an early grave. All said
)Be bad n fatal lung trouble and that h
must soon dlo. lint he was urged to try
Dr. Kings New Discovery for Consump
tlon. After taking five bottles he was en
tlrely cured. It Is positively guaranteed to
euro all diseases of throat, chest aud lungs
Including coughs, colds, la grippe, pnou
monla, bronchitis, asthma, hay fever
croup, whooping cough, HOu and 11.00. Trial
bottles free at Kuhn & &Co.'s drug store
Watch Tho Ree bulletins on tho New
York Llfo building for election roturus to
Aimrutr Oiiiitlin'a School.
association was meeting In Council Muffs
many superintendents Inspected the new
n V n nnltnnl til H t.l 1 1, n-u mill Itl Vta 1 1 1n I Aft
w 1 1 1 1 1 1 nwtvw. MMMnnin" ...... ......... n..
tho system of heating and ventilating tu
tiso In Cuss school ami otlnu' modern build
ing. Superintendent II, 13. Kratz of ho
Kioux City schools, Superintendent A". II.
Varnor of tho MUso.trl Valley schools and
J. R. Kirk of Klrksvlllo. Mo., ex-statu
an.,..lnlall,l.llt nf Mlll I 1 11 1 O tl n tl til Afl.
aourl. comprised one pHrty which made a
caxeiui OAltjIlllllUlluil "I pnr,ni ui mu
buildings and pronounced them superior ta
Ilia ncuuui nilllllilK nu i:in
Mr. Kirk hnB mniln a special study of heat
In and venttlatlm: and said the Cass
liulldlng Is u model structure lu Uiat par
RYING TO MISLEAD VOTERS
nltr llenutillcnii I.enKiir lnmucn Clr-
culur AicnliMt Douitlan County
OMAHA, Nov. C To the Editor of The
Bee! My attention has been called
several times to a circular which has been
scattered broadcast throughout the city and
no which has also been sent to voters nd
Ulni? republicans not to vote for the re
publican legislative ticket In this county
nd which purports to emannte from n so-
called "republican league." The only re
publican league recognized by tho general
organization of tho republican pnrty In
his state Is thn one of which I am secre
tary nnd which Is called tho "Nebraska Re
I can conceive of no purpose which the
parties Issuing those circulars can have
had In adopting tho title "Republican
league" except that of misleading aud de
ceiving voters Into tho belief that their
Irculars nro Issued by somo regular re
publican organization. The Nebraska Re
publican luaguo Is supporting tho repub
lican candidates for ofllco lu every county
In the Btate nnd especially urges repub
licans to vote for their legislative tickets,
without regard to the candidate for United
States senator which those candidates may
prefer, for tho renson that Hie election ot
two republicans as United Stntcs senators
epends upon the republicans controlling
the Joint session In tho coming legislature.
Tho loss of Uicmi two senators, In vnso ot
tho election of Hrynn ns president, might
mean a reversal of our present flnnneliv
policy and their election would in all prob-
blllty prevent such a disaster, wo there
fore urge all republicans In this county to
vote the republican tlckot straight.
H. ,M. WAR I NO,
Secretary Republican State League,
BURGLARS WORK AT BENSON
(Jeiirrnl Store if .Inmrn A. Ilnnnril
Ilrokrn Into mill lloliliril of '
.Money anil JiMvrlrj.
Three burglars made a good haul In the
general Btoro of James A. Howard at Hen-
on early Sunday morning and escaped with
thulr plunder. About 2:23 o'clock they
forced open the front door and In- doing ho
awakened tho clerk, James I'cterson, who
was sleeping In tho store. He opened fire
upon them, but tho burglars stood their
ground and overpowered him. Whllo one
stood guard .over tho clerk tho others blow
pen the safu and secured $1U0 In currency,
lot of Jowelry, gold dust and nuggets, $150
In checks nnd drafts and n school warrant
for $100. Tho only cluo left behind wnH a
largo wrench which had been used In forc
ing the door.
Mr. Howard says their loot represents a
aluo of not less than $350. Tho Jowelry
Included a gold watch worth $12."), n dia
mond ring nnd a plain gold ring. Tho gold
ust was worth $27.
Tho boy, James Peterson, in unablo to
gtvo a good description of tho burglars
lid about all he can say of them Is that
two wero tall and ono was short. About
.1 o'clock In the morning three men wore
seen driving south out of town In a light
buggy drawn by a tenm of brown horses.
Three suspicious characters wero Been
loafing about the saloon Saturday after
noon, Thn matter was reported to tho
Omaha pollco and to the sheriff's ofllce,
but thus far no material cluo has come to
Tho Reo will havo a storcoptlcon bullc-
In Tuesday night for tho benefit of Its
readers. Watch It for election returns.
N HONOR OF THE FOUNDER
nlveralty St nileniVllold Snltnlilr Kx
frdr on the Annlvrrnary of
Kdvrnrd CrelKlaton'n Dentil,
Yesterday the students of Crelghton
university commemorated tho anniversary of
tbe death ot the school's founder, Edward
Crelghton. After tho celebration of solemn
requiem high mass they adjourned to the
university hall, where a program was given.
The first number was an address by Wil
liam Leary of tho senior class, which was In
the nuturo of a memorial to tho high qual
ities of Kdward Crelghton. The university
extet then rendered two excellent selections
and finally tho prefect of studies announced
tho award of honors In tho quarterly ex
aminations for tho months of September and
October. The list was as follows: Colleg-
lato department Highest honors In Junior
class merited by Frederick Vaughn; In
Sophomoro, Francis Delker; In Freshman,
rancls Vcnnal. The honors of special class
were merited by M. Barrows and Edward
Streot, tho academic honors by A. Heck
man, M. Duskl and S. McCaffery.
President Dowllng of tho university closed
the exercises with a memorial address. Ho
enumerated tho lessons to bo learned from
the llfo of Edward Crelghton. His monu
ment did not consist In tho raising of a vast
marble column nor in making wills that
would perpetuate his millions In tho hands
of a few, but ho laid a monument that would
make his name a glory to Omaha, to Ne
braska and tho whole United StuVa.
FAIR AND BAZAAR BEGINS
Catholic Women Working
HrneUt of lloiur of Good
Tho fair and bazuar of the Catholic
omm of Onwim for the bent-tit of the
Homo of tho Oood Shepherd was Inaugu
rated with a sumptuous dinner yesterday and
will contlnuo for two weeks. The oponlag
was made auiplclmts by thn attend in is of
a number of prominent citizens. Mayor
Moores was tho guest of Loior and deliv
ered n short address, commeullnjc tho ob
ject for which tho bazaar Is to be held and
Indicating his sincerity by a donation ot
The afialr Is under the direct supervision
ot Rev. John J.. Jeannotte, chaplain of St.
Josoph's hospital, assisted by Father Glau
ber, pastor of St. Mary Magdaleno church.
It Is being enthusiastically supported by
tho members of tho various parishes and
Its success U assured. Dinners will bo
served dally and tho menus will comnrlso
as toothsome a selection as one could pro
cure at the unest cafo. Tho servlco will
bo in the hands of young women of social
promluenco who aro moro accustomed to
the wearing of eventug gowns than tho
Jaunty whlto caps nnd aprons of a dining
room maid. Tho booths will be supplied
with articles deslgnod for practical and
ornamental uho and will be presided over
by tho leading women of the Catholic de
nomination In this city.
DR. MILLER IS MUCH BETTER
Will He Heniovea from the Council
11 1 it ft a Snnltnrlum to II U Home
in ThU City.
Dr. George h. Miller, who for a month
or moro has been receiving treatment at
tho Council Bluffs sanitarium, Is re
ported much better. Friends who havo
called on hlni At late say apparently ho Is
as sound as ever. They tire taking steps to
have tho doctor brought home. With that
end In view Dr. Tllden called on Dr. Mil
ler Sunday and after an examination he
stated that tho patient conversed rationally
on every subject touched upon and that
bis condition was much improved.
Later, after consultation with those who
have Interested themselves in Dr. Miller's
welfare,l)r. Tllden consented to tho re
moval ot Dr. Miller to his old home, whero
congenial eurrouudlngs may conduce to
still further Improvement.
SUCCESS TO THE WINNERS
All Parties Are Winners in the Educational
LOOK CLOSE FOR YOUR CANDIDATES
(Jrent (limiKe AniotiK the Con
Irxtnntu of the l'rei ScliDlnr
hli ."w Oiien
Toil it j .
Look at the list today and sue what place
your favorite holds. Do not let him stay
behind In the race; clip your coupons fast
and often. Today Is election day, tho only
chance that you will havo for four years
to vote for a president. You can cast but
one vote. Seo tho coupon on page 2 of Tho
Dec and vote tho coupon for some future
Tho president of 'the United States Is
calling for educated men aud women today
Ho must bo surrounded by tho best of In
tellect. Why not qualify and accept ot
some well paying position with the govern
In H90 tho United States lend all nations
In mechanical arts, und 00 per cent ot tho
applicants wero American born boys, but
In IS'j'J the percentage had fallen to 15 per
cent. Tho demand today Is greater for
skilled labor men that use their brain
ami not so much muscle than tho country
has over seen. Tho young man or young
Indy that Is tolling long, weary hours every
day back of a store counter can In a very
short tlmo qualify to a moro higher, bet
ter paying position by devoting their Bparo
time In studying with tho international
Correspondence schools of Scranton, I'n.,
and not lose a penny's salary.
Educntlon Is not llko n disease. It Is
not contagious, but It requires self-energy.
A little tlmo each day spent In studying
somo special lino will put you In a posi
tion whero you can command hotter
things. Tho Omaha Deo gives, you tho op
portunlty. Can you, In Justlco to your
self and family refuse It? Start today and
lay the foundation of a manly career. Add
your naino to the growing list.
Following Is tho standing of the con
testants to date:
F. Rcnzlng, Grand Island 3,307
W. R. Reynolds, Hastings, Neb 2,231
Henry L. Cassell, 2230 Moredlth avo ..1,402
Watson II. I'erklns, E. B. Bruco & Co.. 802
John C. Allen, 2220 Chicago Ht 870
John W. Mulr, Omaha Machine works.. 813
F. II. Holbrook, 1108 Harney st 763
John Hnyncs, Dewey & Stono Gflfl
II. E. Muller, Fischer & Lawrlo 570
II. C. Vun Avery, 1003 Cnpltol avo 478
Rlnncho Mlggs, Millard hotel 45:
Will A. Urown, Fullcrton, Neb 431
J. W. Bartllng, Nebrnska City 410
Emma Rood, Telephone Exchango.... 321
.1. W. Woods. Council muffs, la 300
Albert Sessmnn, Murray hotel 2S0
John Furbush, 101S N. Sixteenth St.... 20
William Kochcr, 2021 I'arker at 237
Fraak A. Decker, Council 1)1 lifts 224
W. F. Hatch, 1019 Spencer 219
Theo. Schutz. 2024 Howard 1G3
Lawrence William. Council I) luffs .... 15C
Daisy Hickman, Dennett's Dept. storo
Will Rink, Milwaukee city ticket olflco 52
Carl Rouch, 1109 S. Twenty-seventh at 29
Charles D. Cole, box 963, Omaha 11
Aniinniit'ciiiciilN of tin- Tlirwtern.
Tho dainty ,Frohman comedy, "At the
Whlto Horse Tavorn," will be given a Bpe
clal matinee performance today. Tho com
pany concludes Its engagement tonight.
Tho matinee In given especially for the
women and children.
Tonight bulletins on tho result of tho
cloctlon will bo read from the stage as fast
as thoy are ticked off tho telegraph Instru
"The Brownies," a beautiful fairy spec
tacle, without doubt tho most popular Ju
venile operetta on tho American stage, nt
the Boyd Wednesday, November 7. Mat
Ince, 3:30; evening, 8:15.
Sioux l'launt fin? ninnketa.
Forty Imllnus, Including five chiefs, four
squaws mid thlrty-ono bucks, comprising
the aboriginal contingent of Ouffulo Bill's
Wild West show, wero In Omaha yesterday.
enroutc to I'lnn RIiIko ncency. S. D.. where
they will arrive In time to vote. All nra
hioux una uro urcHscu in incir uaiivo cos
Tho Bee has tho best facilities, for get
ting tho election news. Wntch the bulle
tins on Seventeenth street tonight.
Completo election returns by special
Western Union Tuesday evening, Frank
Swanson, 312 N. 16th.
Three tor 25c
Lotus Cicam, for chapped hands, face
lips, etc., costs 10c a bottlo or three bottles
Cramer's Kidney Cure 75c
Carter's Liver Pills 16c
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets 40c
Wine or Cnrum 75o
Duffy's Malt Whiskey 85c
I'li.rrn's Prescription 7f
Dr. Karl Kramer's Pennyroyal Pills. .$1.00
Hyrup or iik .mo
H. H. 8 "5o
I'mut's Extract 40n
Hu-Cau Hntr Tonic 75o
Ayers Hair vigor 75p
Ajnx Tablets i0c
vino Kolaira k&c
Scott's Emulsion 7Gc;
Miles' Nervine 75o
Oem Catarrh Powder 35c
Illrney's Catarrh Powder UZc
b. V. Cor. ltltb and Chleuxo.
l)y au unprecedented majority.
The California ticket proved espec
ially popular, forcing the Burling
ton to multiply Its California tourist
car service thrco-fold. Personally
conducted excursions leave Omaha
Tuesdays ut S:40 a. m. and 10:ir,
p. m.; Thursdays nt 4;25 p. m. A
ticket to San Francisco or Los
Angeles, $40.00; a berth, $5.00.
1502 FAR AM STREET.
IOTH AND MASON STS.
THIl CLOTIIIMJ IX THE nASK.MUXT. I
Toiluy'n the l,nt tin), of tlie- Sulo
of Levy .V Wrlimtclii'n
$35,000 STOCK OF MEN'S AND HOYS'
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND 1ANTS.
Damaged by Water
On Sale in tho Basement
IIOSTON STORE, OMAHA,
Today positively tho last day.
All tho pants which ve advertised at
75c, which ero damaged by water, were
sold out, so wo will sell all the pants
which wo advertised for PSc Saturday at
$5.00 MEN'S PANTS $1.60.
All tho finest pants In this stock, guar
anteed sound and perfect, worth up to
$j.00, go In the basement at $1.50.
tour cholco ot any man's suit tn this
stock for $3.00.
Your cholco of any man's ulster In this
stock for $3.08.
lour choice of any man's overcoat in
this stock for $3.00.
lour cholco of any boys' overcoat In
this stock for $1.98.
Your cholco of any boys' knee pants suit
Your choice ot ouy young man's long
pants suit for $2.60.
Although this entire stock was bought
suboct to damage by wnter, wo will ab
solutely guarantee all clothing that Is now
on sale In tho basement In" this stock to
bo perfect and frco from any ilamaga what
soever. And wo will cheerfully refund tho money
if you are not satisfied with your purchase.
(Signed) J. u. RRANDEIS & SONS,
PROPRIETORS HOSTON STORE, OMAHA,
N. W. Cor. 16th nnd Douglas Sts.
Coming, The Brownies, 400 strong, at the
Boyd, matinee, 3:30; evening, 8:15; Wednes
day, November 7. Tho most popular on th.
stage. Spectacular, special electrical and
calcium clfect. Beautiful tableaux, In
tricate marches, witty lines, catchy music.
Election returns will bo received by pri
vate wlro nnd long-distance telephone
Tccsday night at rooms of Omaha lodge, I).
P, O. Elks, for members and visiting Elks.
Wired to Albany
He is Awful Mad.
Albany, Nov. 2. 1900.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co,.
Gentlemen; Our western agent has wired
us that you urn Helling Cratner'n Kidney
Cum tit Kic u bottle. While wo cannot illo-
iiiio to you what prlco you shall sell It for.
wo will mil lit- von this iirnnnsltlim. U'n will
buy every bottle of Cramer's Kidney Curn
that yo.t have In stock for GOc. If von will
accept this offer wlro us at our expense.
cramer unemicai t:.
Wo will not pell to tlio manufacturers
the stock of Cramer's Kidney Cure that
we have, but W12 will continue our special
CRAMER'S KIDNEY CURE FOR 6Da
the balance of this week. Wo expect tho
ngent would get awful mad, but we can't
Sherman & McConnell Drug Go
PROMOTERS OF POPULAR PRICES
Now Location, ICth and Dodgo. Omaha.
MISSOURI RIVER TO SALT LAKE CITY,
10 HOURS QUICKER THAN ANY OTIIEJt LINI5.
MISSOURI RIVER TO SAN FRANCISCO,
15 HOURS QUICKER THAN ANY OTHJMt LINE.
MISSOURI RIVER TO PORTLAND,
16 HOURS QUICKER THAN ANT OTHER LINE.
New City Ticket Otlloo HSIM rnrntini St. Trlepliaue aid.
There may be
of opinion as to
which of the
will be our next
Hayden Bros, are
choice of all
shrewd and economical buyers of Men's and Boys' Clothing
OUTER COAT FASHIONS.
PERFECTION AT HAYDEN S.
Tho remarkable tlevf3lopment of ready-to-wear attire to
ward the prescribed point of desirability is amply illustrated
Raglan, Chesterfield, Paddock, Newmarket
Any one of which meets the requirements of fashion, and
all of which represent the highest grade of the tailoring art.
Wo have them all, and invite you to seo them this week.
Swell Automobiles, Kaglans and Chesterfields, in all tho
newest Hhades of gray, green and oxfords. Newest styles at
Hayden's this week, 10, $12 50, 815, 18 and $22.50.
Men's Swell Fall and Winter Suits, The now 'Varsity
Suits, extra broad shoulders, military back, the very newest
creation. Every suit equal to the best custom tailoring, ex
cept in prices 10, i?12.50. $15, 18, 20, and 22.50.
Selling the most clothing in Omaha.
1IOSTOS STOUT, SALE ti.lOIF.S' HOSK.
$1 tlnnllty Imported Snniplrn I. mile"',
3llnr;' anil M-n' llolrry line I'lr.
ON SALE TODAY.
We bought tho entjro sample Hues of
Imported hosiery of ono of tho largest Im
porters In tho United States at exactly the
ccst of duty and we consider It one of the
most fortunate purchases of hosiery wo
$1.00 IMPORTED HOSE, 25c.
7,200 pairs of samples of tho finest grades
of hosiery for men, women and children,
Including all-wool cashmcro hose, fine silk
lisle hose, plain black hose, fancy, bright
colored llslo thread hose. In fact, you will
find In this lot every Imaglnablo color, size
nnd stylo of Imported lioso for ladles, men
and children and they all go
ON BARGAIN SQUARES AT 25c A PAIR
Como early to got your choice.
BOSTON STORE, Omaha, N. W. Cor. 16th
MICKEI-Mrs. T. E November 4th, 1500,
nue 37 veurfl.
Funeral November 6, 2 p. tn., from
residence, n.4 center street.
Tales of the
In my experience, says V.
Curtis Taylor, I llnd tho con
trast furnished by the Equita
ble with some other companies
to bu Immense.
My first policy was taken In
nn assessment company, and, In
cluding tho "Strongest In the
World," I have been a pollr.y
holden In seven companies. Ono
Is now defunct, und nnother
ought to be. Two of them wero
note companies, which nre very
beautiful n't first, but tho policy
holder must take euro not to live
too long, or ho may bo burled
under his notes, so to speak.
Hut for rank cUHseflness com
mend mo to n floundering as
sessment oouipnny, tampering
with experiments. Thank good
ness that with my policy In thn
Kqultnblo 1 know that my estate
will get tho fucc of tho policy,
nnd get It promptly.
Now that man talks straight
business sense. Ho has quit
experimenting. Hp knows what
tho Equitable will do for him
mil Just what tho cost will be.
Como In and let us show you
a few points about insurance In
general nnd our endowment pol
icy In pnrtlculnr.
II. I). NEELY,
.Manager for Nebraska.
206.208 Bee Building. Omaha.
SAVE A DAY VIA
The n:n!ssivo spirit, of this store is again aliown in the
fall clothing prices, ami the matchless values placed upon
them. A like stock was never shown to greater advantage.
The suits and overcoats we offer you are full of worthi
ness and economy, and the like of them is not elsewhere
for the money.
M UN'S ALL WOOL
Scotch LMaid Suits, farmer's satin Si rfl
made for our
Ml-N'S ALL W
as much care
are just as good
MKN'S ALL WOOL
At UN'S FALL OVHKCOA IS
made of patent beavM',velvot collar
AIEN'S FALL OVERCOATS
Made of oxford gray, newest
lined, satin piped seams, equal to any $10 you run J"
across, it is yours if you buy
AIEN'S FALL OVERCOATS
Muck or blue all wool kersey,
lining, box back, genteel dress overcoat
AIEN'S FALL OVI RCOATS
Oxford gray, velvet collar,
gantly tailored throughout,
Great Manufacturer's Shoe
kll or vuHtliiff tups, ull bIscm anil wlUUis,
Ladles' nno patent leather J3.0O dress
lnco shoes, it 11 sIzcb, for I1.S9.
UHcn' lino $2.60 kid. vostlng top lace
Hhoxfl, all nlzos, for $1.44.
Ladles' 75c felt houso slippers, 4?o.
Great Bargains in Our Annex Shoe
For Misses, Boys and Children.
Misses' $1.51 kid lace shoes, sizes U to Hoys' semilno Brnnlte $1.C0 lace Hhoes,
Mlase.V $1.15 kid school shoes for 7flc,
Misses' 40c spring heel ruuhers for liSc.
Infants' CSc kid button bIiocs for 40c.
For Ladies Only
$1.00 I'lerco's Prescription 75c
$1.00 Wtuo of Cardul 70o
$1.00 I'luklwm's Compound 7Co
25o Plnklmm'H Wash 20o
$1.00 Mothers' Friend 75o
i'5o Hurkhart'B Tablets 2'o
25a Hooper's Pills 20c
$1.00 Pminyroyal Pills 75o
$2.00 Tansy Pills $1""
$2.00 Marbel'B Kronen PIHa $173
$1.00 Clark's Kcninle Pills 75o
$1.00 Kllinor'x KemalH Hemedy 75c
Ooddyear'B I.ndy Syringe $2-co
Lady's Suction Syrlngo $2.00
Rood Hrrnst Pump 23c
Uood Kountaln Syringe 50o
J, A. Fill LER & CO.
CUT PRICE DRUGGISTS,
14th HJrt DonKlH Ma.
Olien Ml Mitllt.
Not once In n hun
dred times docs
Antl-Kawf fall to
euro a cold It'H
sum Hen your rlriit
no sens it.
Smoke the best.
IT OOST8 YOU NO MORE THAN INFERIOR BRANDS.
F. R. RICH N. C. CO., Mfrs, St. Louis. UNION MADE
lined, llrst class suit in every respect 41 du
MEN'S ALL WOOL
Steel gray cassimere suits, nicely lined and
well made, perfect in style and tit, every
care has heen exorcised in their construction
rriirilintlf s with nliiirn ntnr iiiwl i iwl i v!,l im 1 ; 4 ,
own trade, J"
in dark patterns, made with
as your tailor takes with your
just as well, $
Fancy worsted suits, In checks, stripes, etc.,
correct in every respect, and equal $IQ flH
to any $15 suit shown anywhere. .. 2.iUU
cut and make, farmer's satin
it here for
velvet collar, quilto$
good quality lining, ele- $1000
real value $Js, for
- , . lA.
Selling 20,000 pairs new
fall shoes, closed out to us by
big eastern manufacturers, go
in this sale, All on sale in
our two big shoe departments,
Thousands of Pairs of fine
Shoes Thrown on Big
At Less Than Cost of Making.
T.ndles" Wo overgnltors, 2Dc.
Mon'B fine $3.50 full dretm patent leather
coiiBieHH shoes, nil bIzoh, for II.U7.
Mcii'h $3.50 "Sutono" calf luce shoe, ull
sizes, for $1.93.
Men's S2.W rutin calf Ince Phoes, nil
Men'H 70o felt solo house, slippers for POc
I . , t -
Hovs' $1.50 BUtln calf lace tthoes, sizes
9 tn 13V for 00c
Child's $1.00 kid Ince shoes, wlzes E to ,
mako pood health, Have your teeth at
tended before they are beyond saMnt,'.
Tako VITALIZED AIH for painless ex
Vitalized Air W)"
Uood Hct Teeth
Gold C'rawntJ w
Ask your dealer for a
I Tail's Philadelphia Denial