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TITE OtAHA DATLY BEE: TIIVRSDAY, NOYBmEU S, 1900.
KELLET. ST1CER & CO,
Greater Ehoo Bargains Than Ever-Cost
LADIES' 2.75 SATIN SLIPPERS, 98C
SIlMum' 9l.no Unni'liisc SllrP" Vlcl
Kill nml I'Hlrut Leather, Uc
Ladle' If'JiM l.nrr Mlmen
j fur 19 . f.
LADIES' SATIN SLIPI'MIS, 08C.
Wo will place qn Halo all of our ladles'
tatln slippers, black nml while, opera toe
and heel, always Hold for $1.75, now P80
MISSES' DANCINO SLIPPEHS. 03C.
All of our misses' patent leather and
vlcl kid dancing slippers, regular price
Jl.HO, will be sold for 03c.
OUU CUSHION INSOLK BHOKS TOR
Heavy sole shoes for ladles are romlng
mora In favor ovcry day, but, owing to
their stiff, bonrdy feeling, a great many
ladlc3 cannot wcur them. Our Extension
heavy solo shoe, with a cushion Insole,
makes u shoo tliit anyone can wear. It's
just as pliuhlo and Ilexlblo as a hand turn
shoo, costs you 53.33.
OUIl STORM BOOT. $3.33.
This Is Just the thing for golf skirts end
bad weather wear, only $3.35.
OUR LADIES' LEADER, $3.ir.
Its patent tip, extension sole, button and
lace, Cubau heel, always sells for $3.50, our
price Is $3.15..
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES.
Nothing better for school wear than 'our
Kangaroo calf shocsi sizes 8 to 11 are
$1.25; 111 to 2 aro $1.50, nil solid and war
ranted In ovory respect.
UAIIOA1NS ON THE TAI1LE.'
Children's $1.00 shoe, r,0c.
Children's $U0 shoes, 75c.
Misses' $1.85 shoes, 95c.
KELLEY. 8TIOER & CO.,
Cor. loth and Farnam Sts.
flOSTON STOKE Ct.OAK SALIL
Mont Wniitlrrfnl llci-Ktiin In Fine
Winter (Inrmriiln i:vr Offered.
LADIES' $7.60 TAILOR MADE SUITS, $2.!?.
l ine furs at less than half price. Ladles'
Kersey Jackets, worth $6.50, at $3.98.
Dress skirts, worth $4.00, go at
AT BOSTON STORE TODAY.
LADIES' $7.50 SUITS, $2.98.
Pine tailor mado cton suits of good heavy
material, Jackets well lined, full skirts,
ell made and perfect fitting, actually
worth $7.50, go at $2.93.
$15.00 TAILOR MADE SUITS. $S.G0.
Choice of n' special line of ladles' man-
tailored suits In homespuns, coverts, chov-
ots, etc., new eton, box front and tight
fitting Jackets, silk lined. These suits are
made to sell at $15.00, special price Thurs-
$2.50 ELECTRIC SEAL STOLLS, 9SC.
Fine electric seal stolls, large, flno
shapes, with 1 and C tails, worth $2.50, spo-
In I, SSc.
$5.00 FUR COLLARETTES. $2.50.
Women's flno ollsrottes. largo size, high
storm collar, tab fronts, trimmed with
tolls, satin lined, worth $5.00, today, $2.50.
$.t.0 KEHSEV JACKETS, $3.98.
Ladles' 'flno keiscy Jackets, well lined,
large sterm collar, nicely tailored, newest
tyles, worth $0.60, special today, $3.93,
$12.50 ALL WOOL JACKETS, $7.60.
Indies' Jackets made of all wool kersey,
Ilk lined with largo nppllqued collar nuil
vers, now boll sleeves, very latest
styles, worth $12.50, special today, $7.60.
LADIES' $1.00 DRESS SKIRTS. $1.50.
Ladles' new dress skirts, mado of good
omespun, nppllqued designs, well lined,
good velveteen bound, actual $3.00 and $4.00
attics, for $1.60. '
$3.00 CREl'ON DRESS SKIRTS, $2.98.
Ladles' flno dress skirts made of good
(iuallty"bllster crepon, very pretty patterns,
extra well lined, made to sell for $5.00, spo-
Inl Thursday, only $2.98.
This Im nn liniiHii.il nnnnrtitnltv in upmiw
high class garments at about '4 price, Wc
advise you to anticipate your needs and at
tend this grand calo today.
IIOSTON STORE, OMAHA,
N. W. Cor. Kith and Douglas Sts.
SCHOOL BOARD REPUBLICAN
Rrlnrnn from .Majority of Ticket
Hliotv DrOnt fur Democrat!, xvltli
One Possible Kxt'i-ptlitii.
Returns from fifty-nine of tho seventy
six precincts In Omaha show that all flvo
of tho republican candidates for the long
terms on tho Hoard of Education have been
elected without doubt. Of tho two republi
can candidates for the Hhort terms, It 1b
cortaln that William D. Christie has been
elected, while tho election qf George E. Col
lins Is still In doubt. Millard F. Funk
liouecr, ono of tho democratic candidates,
having received n larger number of votes In
tho precincts which have already been
An examination of tho returns of last
year's school election shows that 11I110 of
tho precincts which novo not sent In i-eturns
us yet wcro safely republican at that time
llvo of tho preclnctB cast about an equal
number of ballots lor democratic and re
publican candidates and threo of tho pre
cincts were democratic. Assuming that
thero has 'been no radical ehangp In tho
precincts tho majorities of tho republican
candidates will bo Increased considerably
when tho total vote Is compiled.
James W. Moynard, republican, rocelvcd
more votes In tho fifty-nine precincts than
any of tho other candidates, and Norrls led
the democratic candidates. Tho results of
tho contest for tho long term are as follows:
Republican James W. Maynard, 9,005;
Morris Levy. 5,894: Fred Stubbendorf, 8,851;
Jarcd J. Smith, 8,730; Thcodoro H. Johnson,
Democrats Thomas II. Norrls, 7,772;
Honry Fnrmer. G.G14: Ernes'. Stuht, 6.573;
Kdwurd Walsh, 0,151; Luurlo J. Quinby,
Tho following vote was cast for members
to fill the two short lerms.:
Republicans Willlnm U, Christie, 6,934;
Qcorgc E. Collins, 6,825.
Democratic Millard F. Funkhousor,
$.S95: Nathan H. Adams, 0,272.
Anton Kment. whoso namo nppeared on
tho Board of Education ticket by petition,
recolved 1,100 votes.
Vorcwint of Unreported Vote,
Two' preclnctB In tho First wan), tho
Fifth and Eighth, aro Btlll to be heard from.
Both of theso precincts divided votes quite
evenly between democratic and republican
candidates In tho "school election or last
year. Tho Tenth precinct of tho Second
ward, which has been democratic In school
matters, and the Eleventh precinct of the
Second ward, which tho republicans and
democrats will probably dlvldo qulto ovculy,
liBv'o not sent In their returns. In tho
Third ward tho First, Eighth and Tenth
precincts, ono of which Is strongly ropun
llcan and the other two uncertain, have not
reported. All precincts In tho F. urth ward
have boon heard from except tho Soventh
nnd First, which wsb formerly democratic
and tho other republican.
Tho other precincts which have not sent
In their returns, all republican, aro an fol
lows; Seventh of tbo Fifth; First and Soo-
ond of tho Sixth; First nnd Fifth of the
Seventh; Third, Sixth nnd Eighth of the
According to tho provision of tho law ths
Beard of Hducatlon will meet next Monday
night for tho purposo of canvassing tho
lloinl Proposition Ciirrlfil-
' Returns from the First precinct of the
Third ward und from tho First precinct
of tho Fourth ward worked no material
change In tho results. Tho sixty-one pre
cluctB heard from gavo tho following voto
Republicans Johnson, 8,992; Levy, 9,122,
Maynard, 9,348; Smith, 9,061; Stubbondorf
.182! Christie. 7 "14: Collins. G.043.
Democrats Farmer, 0,827; Norrls, 8,004;
Quinby, 6,639; Stuht, , 6,773; Walsh, 6,532;
Adams, 6,407; Funkhouser, 7,137.
Tho two precincts gave Kment, who ap
peared on tho ticket by petition, thirteen
additional votes, making h's cntlro voto
In tho stxty-ono districts, 1,173.
Tho flftoon remaining precincts failed to
comply with Sccrctury Burgess' request
that they submit results to him nnd ho
docs not expect to havo tho count of tho
fifteen precincts until tho ofllclal ccunt Is
mado at the special meeting tho board will
bold noxt Mouday night.
No returns wcro made on the High
school bond proposition, but clerks and
Judges who reported to Mr. Burgess said
that thero was practically no opposition to
voting tho bonds and expressed tho uollot
that tho measuro will carry by an over
AniiDiiiKTiiii'iitN of tlu Tuentcrs,
The Orphoum has been packed at every
performance this week nnd many we:
turned away. Such Is tho popularity of
our leading contralto, Jesslo Bartlott Da
vis, that a new record will bo made. Mrs
Davis Is singing In beautiful voice an
takes as well lu vaudeville us sba did with
"Tho Bohemians." Sho Is Just as charm
Ing as over ami looks very prutty In tho
various robes which sho wears. Every
woman who attends tho souvenir matinee
Saturday will be given a picture of this
talented queen of song.
Amei-lcmi I'liotourMpha In lluaala.
8T. I'ETERSBURQ, Nov. 7. An exhlbl
tlon of 150 photographs tiikcn by women
American smstours, which was openod
bore today, has proved u revelation to th
Kusslan photographers. Tho photographs
pert) first sent, to Moscow from Vans,
BATTLE ON IN ROYAL STYLE
Qualify for Advancement Without tearing
Home or Work.
R0FESSI0NAL EDUCATION GIVEN FREE
The Fret SolinlnrHlilpn of ihr Inter
national Cnrresponilenre Schools
of Xcrantnii, !'., OlTrrcd hy Tbe
Bee Are Appreciated1.
Tho potion tti.1t you havo to go away to
college to get a good professional educa
tion was exploded long ago. You can get a
technical education nt homo In spare mo
ments. You can qualify for a salaried po
sition at soiiio congenial kind of work and
keep at your present occupation until
ready to step Into tbe new position. Not
day missed from work. Not an hours
Your chance to do, this Is through one
of tho ten Freo Scholarships In the world
famous International Correspondence
schools of Scranton, I'a., which Tho Bee
will present to you provided you succeed
In securing ono of the ten largest num
bers of votes hotween now nnd December
Any of these courses of study will qualify
you for a salaried position. For peopu
who havo learned to do special things bet
ter than others can do them, situations are
plentiful. You can easily secure a po
sition In tho profession of your choice.
Then you can mnko your new work a stop-
plng-stono to something higher and by
study in spara time fit yourself for ad
vanccment In tho highest and most profit
BEAUTIFUL HOME WEDDING
CInrU-!fiulrri Nmitlnl Quietly Solein-
nlxeil nt Home of llrlrle's
.Mother In Thin City.
Though very quiet, one of tho most beau
tiful weddings of tho year wits that of Mr.
Hoxlo Clark of S(. Louis and Miss Louise
Squires, which was solemnized at high noon
esterday at tho house of MrB. C. E. Squires,
on Twenty-fifth street. It wns a green nnd
whlto woddlng, the artistic arrangement of
palms nnd graceful bunches of hugo whlto
hrysanthomums In tho brilliantly lighted
parlors producing an effect of Indescribable
ovcllness. With tho opening chords of tho
bridal chorus from "Lohengrin," played by
.Mrs. Howard Kennedy, Jr., Dorothy and
Helen Smith advanced with tho ribbons,
forming an nlslo from tho stairway through
which tho bridal party passed to tho win
dow In tho front parlor,, where Dr. Herring
f the First Congregational church read tho
murrlago service, tho party standing before
a long whlto satin prayer pillow, pre
pared by the grandmother of tho brldo
Miss Squires was attended by Miss Ulota
Knight of St. Louis us brldesmnld, and Mr.
Robert Perkins of St. Louis acted as best
man. Tho bride's gown was a beautiful
wiiiio rrcnen musnn, witn trimmings 01
Valenciennes lace. Miss Knight's ('own be
ing or cream tucked not over pink taffeta
Tho dining room was In pink and green,
the table centerpiece being n cluster of
pink roses, while tho tea tablo was strown
with violets, smtlax and roses. The wed
ding was attended only by Immediate rela
tives, among whom were Mrs. S. H. 11
Clark. Miss Drakb, Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton
Knight, Miss Winifred Knight a-d Mr. S
B. Knight of St. Louis, and Mrs. A. J. Smith
of Davenport. Ia. Mr. nnd Mrs, Clark left
In tho afternoon for Salt Lake City and after
visiting San Francisco wlll'go to Honolulu
They will bo at homo after January 1 in
their houso In Westmoreland Tlaco, St.
It rave Hxplorrrx,
Llko Stnnley and Livingstone found It
harder to overcome malaria, fever and ague
anil typhoid dlscaso germs than savage
cannibals; but thousands havo found that
Electric Bitters Is a wonderful cure for all
malarial diseases. If you havo chills with
fevor, aches In back of neck and head,
and tired, wornout feeling, a trial will con-
vlnco you of their merit. W. A. Null of
Webb., 111., writes; "My children suftorcd
for mnro than a year with chills and fever
then two bottles of Electric Biters cured
them." Only 60 cents. Try thorn. Guar
anteed. Sold by Kuhn & Co., druggists
Meeting of C. D, ft: Q.
CHICAGO, Nov. 7. Tho annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Chicago, Bur
llngton & Qulncy Railroad company was
hold here today. Tho dlroctors' report, ad
vising tho purchase of the Iowa & Missouri,
was unanimously ratified.
In tho election of directors tho only
chnngo was tho selection of Nathaniel
Thayer of Boston to succeed tho late John
The "Srvltaerliiiiil of Anierlra" Itonte.
Lehigh Valloy railroad between Buffnlo
and Now York and Philadelphia. Luxurious
trains running on limited time. Route of
tho Black Diamond Express,
Tales of the
Advice to Girls
An exchange prtuts tho fol
lowing: "A young man who
cannot or will not havo his life
assured is not worth having for
a husband. If be rannot. bo Is
physically unsound. You don't
wunt to start a hospital and be
como chief nurse. If be will '
not, be Is mentally unbalanced.
You don't want to start an
asylum, either, do youT This
advice Is better for you than
caramels. Take the advlco and
leave the caramels to the use
less young person, who are such
as wo describe."
That advlco Is as sound as a
gold dollar, Tho young man
starting In llfo Is always, confi
dent of success, but bis hopes
and ambitions aro not always
realized. A Gold Debenture
Endowment policy In The Equl
tabid provides for tho future.
Safe as a government bond
pays a 'better rate of Interest
backed by a surplus of sixty
one million dollars. You can't
H. D. NEALY,
-Manager for Nebraska.,
206-208 Bee Buildlnsr. Omaha
This is your chance. All you need to do
to take advantage of It Is to get all tho
otlng coupons you possibly can. You
will always find tho voting coupon on tho
second pago of Tho Bee.
The following shows tho standing of the
ontcstants to data:
. Bcnzlng, Grand Island, Neb 4,442
W. B. Reynolds, Hastings, Neb 2,231
John W. Mulr. Omnha Machine Wks... 1,324
Henry L. Cassoll, 2230 Meredith ave.. .1,102
Watson B. Perkins, E. E. Bruce & Co.. .1,057
John Haynes, Dowey & Stono 906
John C. Allen, 2220 Chicago street .... 870
W. f: Hatch, 1919 Spencor street 812
F. B. Holbrook, 1108 Harney streot .. 765
Will A. Brown, Fullerton, Nob 646
F. W. Bartllng, Nebraska City, Neb... 610
B. E. Muller. Fischer & Lawrle 670
Albert Scssman, Murray hotel 665
H. C. VunAvery, 1C0S Cnpltol rvc 47S
Blanche Wlggs, Millard hotel 432
Emma Rcod, Telephone Exchange .... 321
F. A. Decker, Council Bluffs, la 300
J. W. Woods, Council Bluffs, la 200
John Furuush, 1018 No. 16th street .... 200
William Kocher, 2621 Parker street .. 237
Daisy Hickman, Bennett's Dept. Store 168
Thco, Schnctz, 2024 Howard streot.-.. 163
Lawrcnco Williams, Council Bluffs, la. 156
Carl Rench, 1109 So. 27th street 29
Charles B. Cole, box 963, Omaha 26
MEN'S SHOES-SOU pairs regular
d.w snoces, an siyies ana Kinus, '-j AVA
wldthes and hIzcs. snlo Drlco......-"
MEN'S SHOES-300 pairs worth
$4.60 salo price 2tl8
MKT'S SHOESChoico' o'f entire""
lines. ana I3.w snoes no
Thd Rochester Shoe Co.,
151? Douglas $t.
Succoasors to Tljie Howe.
SllonS OX BARGAIN SUUAftKS.
Immense l.ota f.nctlen. floys', Mlne',
1 on tun' Mini Child' Shorn on Sale,
AT BOSTON STORE, OMAHA.
ON BARGAIN SQUARES.
All tho youths' and llttlo gents' fine
shoes, new fall and winter styles, mado to
retail up to JJ.60. go nt U-23.
All the boys' shoes mado to retail up to
$2.50 and $3.00 go at $1.50.
$3, $4 AND $3 LADIES' SHOES. $1.98.
Bnrgaln squares tho entire length of our
main floor shoe department. I
Ladles' welt and turn, black and tan,
light, medium and heavy sole, new fall and
winter shoes, go on salo on bargain squares
at $1.9S; nil sizes and nil widths.
BOSTON STORE, OMAHA,
Sole agents for tho celebrated "Queen
Quality" $3.00 shoes for women; 30 dif
ferent now styles, all In now.
Also Edwin C. Burt's $5.00, $6.00 and $7,00
shoes for women.
And Trlmby & Brewster's $S.0O and $10.00
shoes for ladles for evening wear.
BOSTON STORE. OMAHA.
Selling tho most and finest shoes of any
body In tho west.
BOSTON STORE, OMAHA,
N W. Cor. 16th and Douglas Sts.
DON'T WEAR PADDED COATS
(Inrmi'nln of Powder-Stealing Chlnn
men ItrlitRS Illxnuter In
LONDON, Nov. 7. Tho following dis
patch from Major General Campbell has
been received by tbo secretary of state
"At Ting Ling tho Chinese attempted to
steal powder and caused nn explosion. Two
soldiers and three camp followers were
killed and four camp followers Injured.
A Inrge number of Chinese wcro killed or
wounded, owing to their wadded coats
Election Sevrn In SI. reternlmrgr.
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 7.-r-As no after
noon nowspapers aro published hero, the
private dispatches of tho Associated I'rcis
supplied the only American election news
received hero during tho early part of tho
Jnpnnesc Adorn mi Cxar' Cnpllnl.
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 7. Tho first
Japaneso actors to visit Russia havo Just
given their Initial prlvato performance nt
the Japabcso legation hero. The enterprise
promises to bo successful.
Mrs. I'neet fietn a Dlvoroe.
LONDON, Nov. 7.-rTho marchioness of
Anglesea has been granted a divorce from
her husband, who Is head of tho Paget
family. Tho caso was beard In camera.
Election is over
Sorao havo been disappointed, others nre
pleased, that's tbe way It goes In politics;
but hero aro some prices that pleaso
Crnmer'n Kidney Cure ........ 75c
Hchnefer'n Conch Syrup i!Oo
Dr. Kurl Cramer's I'ennyroyal
Meniien'n Tnlcnai I'ovrder.... .. 'l-e
Wine of Cardol T.'e
Cartel' Mver 11 1 la Ifto
Ayrr'n Ilnlr Vlffor Tflo
l)n fTy ' Mult Whlakry h.lu
1 dot, 2-Kratn Quinine Capsules.. 7e
1 don ll-uruln Quinine Cnpnules.. KH;
1 ilos. Q-sraln Quinine Capsule.. Ilia
S. S. H 7 lie
Mllea Kervlne 75o
Plerce'a I'rencrlptlon 7flc
Doan's I'llU.. 10c
L'ncle Sain'n Tobacco Cure...... BOc
u ac ccn cT price
S. W. Cor. IU( and ChIchko.
IIOSTO.V STOItH nill.T SAI.H.
fa.r.O I.ndlen' Koch Puller Belt, 25c
fl.no Ladle.' Koch Pulley Hells, Inc.
Tomorrow tho greatest belt sale ever In
Omaha. Tbe ribbon alone In these belts It
2 yards long and worth up to $1.00 yard.
They come In tho new Persian effects and
heavy double faced satin cord edge ribbons,
In black and all the evening shades, also all
tho now French flannel tints.
Theso are absolutely the newest style
Koch pulley belts, that created such a sonsa
tlon tho past summer. They are made with
stitched tcathcrbono and give the waist that
so-much-to-be-dcslrcd long effect.
Wo bought over 10,000 of theso belts, and
through a fortunato circumstance got them
for audi a ridiculously low figure that we
aro able tn offer $2.60 pulley belts In black
and all colors for 25c each, ,
THE $160 KIND FOR 16c.
This Is ono of the greatest bargains It has
ever been our good fortuno to bo ablo to
N. W. Cor. 16th and Douglas Sts,
ttoxer Chiefs Are Pnt to Death.
TAKU, Nov. 7. A British column unJor
General Richardson left l'uo Ting Fu Oc
tober 28, marching In tho direction nf
I'eltlti. At Tung My Ing tho troops tried
threo Boxers, destroyers of a chapel
nnd murderers of native Christians. Tho
British shot tho chiefs.
To Kansas City
Kansas City Day Express now
Leaves. Omaha, 9:20 a. m.
Arrives Kansas City, 4:00 p. m.
Only train between Omaha and Kan
sas City that .carries a dinning car.
Kansas City Night Express now
Leaves Omaha, 10:16 p. m.
Arrives Kansas City, 6:45 a. in.
Both trains run via Council Bluffs.
1002 FARr AM STREET.
IOTH AND MASON iTS.
1 e a ivi
HAYDENs Gigantic Bankrupt Job
bing Stock in the New Economy
Bargain Room at 25c on Ihe Dollar.
Thursday we Sacrifice the Entire Purchase of Notions on the Bargain Tables.
Pearl Buttons., the 1.00 quality
PenH Buttons, 50c and 75c quality
50c Fancy Tassels for the ends of ties
and fancy work Bankrupt price, doz
An elegant line of neckwear; newest styles; the
cheapest in the lot worth $1.00; many Cp
worth-up to 2 Bankrupt price t-Jv
20 spools best sewing r, made by Beld-
ing Bros, for 10c; or $c per spool.
Machine thread, the very best, full 200 "
yards Bankrupt sale price, only
ISPEOIAL A combination package,, made up
oi 4 packages of neeuies, 14 uarmug needles, 5
hat and veil pins, and 80 pins, representing 25c
worth of staple goods in this Bankrupt
(Only ono to a customer.)
20c, 25c and 30c plain pearl buttons, regular
shirt and dress buttons Bankrupt sale CZf
price only, per dozen
ANOTHER BARGAIN An elegant line of
i working silks, mercerized goods; sold regu
larly at 5c per skein Bankrupt sale Ery
price, per doz skeins, only Ov
Roll Braid, goods that have never been sod for
less than 5c and up to 10c Bankrupt i
salo price, per roll of 3 yards, only
DRESS TRIMMINGS Newest nnd best
worth 10c and 15c per yard Bankrupt
sale price, 0 yards for
SKIRT BINDINGS Extra heavy corduroy
velveteen never sold for less than 5c, 1
all colors Bankrupt price, per yard. . . 2"'
Watch for the great'sale of the $75,000.00
stock of Underwear in the economy bargain
room. The big clothing purchase will nlso go
on sale in the economy bargain room.
GREAT SILK SALE OF SURPLUS STOCKS KKk
Black and Colored Taffetas lull 27-inch wide; a fine quality;
a singltt tiliade, but a lull rango ot colors
a grand bargain
BLACK SATIN DUCEIESSE, all fCin I! PONGEE SILK, colors and blacl,
pure silk, worth $1.50, on sale BLACK VELVET, on sale
Where is there a Talfeta of any kind or by any name that has proven
as reliable as the Winelow Taffeta wo are selling VVinslow
Thursday Cloak Bargains
Ladies' Bainy-Dny Skirts, with 1G SLC
rows of stitching for
Ladies fur Collarettes, satin lined i Ck"
$5.00 values, for lOvr
Ladies' Taffeta Silk Waists QO
$5.00 qualities, for VO
Lndjes' Ail Wool Waists, corded fron(Qftr
back and sleeves; $2.50 values, for. . . ,30w
200. Jackets, silk and satin lined throughout
in blacks and colors; latest A ff C
styles, at -
Ladies' Box Jackets, silk lined
throughout, worth $12.00, for. . .
Ladies' Dress Skirts, $3.00 quality-r QQq
Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing 'Sacqucs A
worth $1.50, for Ot
Ladies' Flannelette Wrappers, $1.00 CSQr
quality, for "v
Ladies' Petticoats each, 25c.
1,000 Ladies' Suits on special sale at $0.93,
$9.9S, $12.00, $15.00 and $20.00.
Special values in Millinery.
Merv and Women.
We talk much about Overcoats of la'e be
cause it's the most needed article in men's
wear just at present. Thoro't more danger of your
taking cold now than later on. It's a necessity that
shouldn't be neglected. Our range in prices, makes it
possible for everybody to own an overt oat. Starting at
$4.50 for a good warm one, wo lead you along at 50c
and $1.00 advance until you roach the limit you care to
reach, and, regardless of tho price you pay, wo guaran
tee to ivo you tho beet overcoat Values in tho city.
Men's Fall Overcoats.
Mado of patent beaver, velvet collar,
correctly constructed, extra A EZf
good value Hr. Ovl
ISlado of oxford gray, newest cut and
make farmer's satin lined, sa'in piped
seanie, equal to any $10.00 AA
O'coat you find elsewhere. . . VJJ
Black or blue keney, velvet collar.quilt
ed lining, box back, mado. just Q ((
like merchant tailor $25 ones vv
Oxford grav, extra well made and finished, fine 1 r 00
linings, regular price elsewhere $18 O'coat. . .
. X - ft
1K WOMEN'S SAMPLE SUlTS-mnilo ot
mi nui uuiiii-npuim. wiiuuuns. pcuuic CIIOV-
uiiii uri'iiiiriuiiin, iiuw uiihihq niui t'lun
fiiH-iii. in.iiii hum iriniineu
cults that cost to miitHlfac-
uro irom )iu 10 u .......
ONE LOT OF WOMEN'S JACKHTS miule
of heavy oxfortls. cheviots, laTHeys ntid
DouricM, Fumo nuiivy uuicia linen, 1111 new,
tip-io-uuu! KiirniuniH. not u
Jacket In the hit worth Irss
than $7.50, many worth $10
WOMEN'S HANDSOME AUTOMOBILES,
tnnih' of the boat Washington mlllB kcrfcy,
nanasomny laiioreii, mini storm cuuur.
heavy catln lined, come In
anl Wrick, the host val
ue!) In America for tho
uiotiHe and eton
tan, red, cantor
A DEMONSTRATION .
It enn bo mado clear to anyone that
our methods of
nre far In ndvnnro of manv others.
j7; Jiacn caso is considered carefully, and
tx' all work dono skillfully und nccordlnt;
Xf io mo mosi unprovcu memous. uur
IKUWH AIM) 1SKI1IUI; WUKK
Is perfection Itself. Teeth mado by
us look natural, tit perfectly and weur
BAILEY, the Dentist
lluomh :tlU-:ti:i I'mtan l.inek
lOtU and I'nriinm.
ritane 1MS3. Lady AMeiiiiiuw.
For Ladies Only
$1.00 Plerco's Prescription 75c
$1,00 Wlue ot Cardul 75c
$1.00 Plnkham'B Compound 75c
25c Plnkhans Wuuh SOc
$1,00 Mothers' Friend 75c
25c Durkbart's Tablets 20o
25c Hooper's Pills 20c
$1.00 Pennyroyal Pills . , 7fo
$2.00 Tansy Pills , $1.7b
$2.00 Marbel's French Pills $1.75
$1,00 ClarkS Femalo PlIJa 76c
$1.00 Kilmer'" Feraalo Remedy 75c
Ooddyear's Lady Syrlngo $2.50
Lady's Suction Byrlngo $2.00
Good Drcast Pump 25c
flood Fountain Syrlngo 50c
J. A. FULLER & CO.
CUT PRICE DRUGGISTS,
Hth Karl Donsln Sts.
Ojiri 411 Nllfht.
mix no msic ov a
0 sroiu-n nixMCit ?j
on Thanksgiving day on account of?)
your rango or water baclc being out of
order. An undordono turkey would?;
provoke a Balnt to anger on tbatC'j
0 auspicious occasion. Mako assurance (
q doubly sure by having Uftf overhaul
your rango und put l In good condl-
p. tlon. Kango work Is one of our
J? specialties, as well as gas und atcaoi
k Free 6c Black, 1
I'lionc. 1040 1800 Fitrniun.
s e w 0
We nr helling black silk suspetisory,
with U-it Straus and waist hands and rubhur
draw strlnK. tor 75o. Anothor one at COc
l:i made out ot wniio siik uuiiiug cioiii,
with lee straps very cool. Then we havo
nii'n Rllk siisnensorles with lust one band
around tho wnlst at GOc, and very good
BUHpensorles, In both styles mmeiittoned
above, at 2Dc. Mulled postpaid on receipt
Sherman & McGonnell DrugGo
New Location, 16th and Dodgo, Omaha.
make good health, Have your tert h
tended before they w beyond Baying
Tulto VIT'VLl.KD AIH tor painless
irn nt i m
Oood 8ot Teeth ..
Philadelphia Dental Rooms,
ir.1V llouulns Ml.
Smoke the best. A sic your dealer for a
IT COSTS YOU NO MORE THAN IFERIOS BRANDS.
F. R. RICii N. C. CO.. Mfrs, Sr. Louis. UNION MADE