Newspaper Page Text
11 r OMAHA,AGMINMKT. B. Stickney Purposes to Hake There One of the Greatest in West. & Has Been Buying Land for Terminal ElevatorsOrganizes a New Company. Special to The Journal. Omaha. Neb., Oct. 21.The gigan tic scheme of President Stickney of thf Great Western raihoad to make Omaha the largest grain market in thf west was dhulged in detail Mon daj, when the discovery was made that a thirty-nve-acre tract in South Omaha, along the right of way of rail roads has been quietlv acquired, lot by lot, by the Great Western. Presi dent Stickney's plan is to organize what he calls the "Omaha Grain Ter minals" company, with a capital of $100,000. Of the project he sa id Omaha was not much of a live stock market till the railroads got together and agieed on rates and terminal mat teis. Now the city has its stock yards and packing-houses to entitle it to sec ond rank of all the packing centers m the woild. "There is not a gram market here to-day, because the railroads have not agreed on the questions of rates and. teiminal facilities M v plan contem plates the unification o l several roads leading into Omaha on just these ques tions The Omaha Giain Terminals company has the one object of making Omaha the biggest grain market in the west " For some time President Stickney, thru agents, has been acquiring a large tract of land of easy access to the clt The property co st several hundred thousand dollars. The strip is 3,500 feet long Several tracks wi ll be laid for the accommodation of ele vators arid flouring mill s. Sites a t net co st will be offered to persons who -will build and the tiacks will be con nected with the Elkhorn. Burlington, Missouri Pacific, Rock Island, Union Pacific, Milwaukee and Great West ern. M r. Stickney's plan provides that the railroads shall eventually own and control the trackage facilities to do away with the switching charges. Ar ticles of incoiporation will be drafted and fijed a t once. WINTER SCHEDULES Milwaukee Road Will Make Chicago in Thirteen Hours After Sunday. The Milwaukee will return to the winter passenger train schedule by making the Pioneer Limited Sun day and thereafter a thirteen-hour tram I t is hard to make speed and maintain schedules in the winter. Fast tiams are naturally summer trains and the Milwaukee has set a pace which will be followed undoubt edly by the other Chicago lines. The Pioneer will leave St . Paul a t 8.35 instead of 9 30 p . m arriving in Chicago a s before, and will arrive in St Paul a.t 7 20 instead of 6 55 a m The Minneapolis time is about 35 minutes eailier m leaving and the same time in arriving. LUVERNE I S HOT I Omaha Order Closing Station at Night Causes a Stir. Special to The Journal, Luveme Minn, Oct 21The re cent action of the Omaha railway in removing the night agent here and closing the station at 6 p . m . has stirred u p a xegular hornets' nest and a perfect storm of protests This action on the part of the company is regarded as a n open violation of the law inasmuch a s it fails to fur nish accommodations for the two thru passenger trains to and from the twin cities, and it is believed that the com pany can be compelled to restore the agent and the old service. The mat ter has been called to the attention of the railroad and warehouse com mission The laws are very explicit, requiring transportation companies to keep their waiting rooms open and lighted and warmed certain hours be fore and after the arrival of passen ger trains. B y the order which has Just gone into effect, the station here, in com mon with all other stations on the Omaha between Mitchell, S. D , and St Paul clos es a t 6 and remains clos ed all night. During that time two passenger trains, No. 16 from Mitchell to St. Paul, and No. 15 from Minneapolis to Mitchell, arrive a t 11 40 p . m . and 5 a . m . respectively. Homeseekers Still Moving. The transcontinental lines thru Minne apolis are still obliged to add extra cars IS YOUR STOMACH STRIKE? There I s Nothing to Prevent You Em ploying a Substitute t o t 4&&1 .'"WEDNESDAY EVENING, to trains, carrying homeseekers west on the Tuesday excursions. C. E. Stone, as sistant gene&l passenger *g*6t of the Great NortkeH*jBay%: "A]fk#it is get ting late for homeseekers' excursions we had a large immigration movement yes terday The rains in Illinois and Indiana Jiave been so heavy this fall that farmers living in those states are just about finish ing their threshing now. They were Obliged to postpone thei rhomeseeking trip for a few weeks on account of the lateness ol the crops in maturing, and this is w hy the western travel is keeping up so well this year." Soo and Q, P. In the T. P. A. The transcontinental association ad mitted the Soo and the Canadian Pacific yesterday at Chicago Application for clergy half-fare rates by the Dowie elders and the Y. M. C A secretaries was re ferred to a committee Dowie says that refusal of his application will be a viola tion of the Elkms law as a discrimination The association adopted the certificate plan of the Central association for the clergy v Clerks Come Into Union. Railway clerks of the, Milwaukee, North western and the Chesapeake & Ohio have been brought into the national association. Oiganizers arr working for the new union all over the country apparently With suc cess. Representatives are in St . Paul, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, S t Louis and eastern cities Preparations are being made for a uniform wage scale demand the first of the year The clerks say that prosperity passed without touching them. Grablrons on Locomotives. Some railroads have equipped their lo comotives with grablrons and steps on both sides of the engine and the tender in compliance, it was thought, with the interstate commerce law's sections which concern the safety of employes. Other lines say that these irons simply make the employes take more chances and are not -necessary In the interpretation of the law The secretary of the commission is now endeavoring to decide how far the law should be enforced SAILKOAD NOTES. B B Dewey, agent for the Fullman company in Minneapolis, bus been made ass^ant super intendent of the Omaha, district No successor is named The annual meeting or the Denver & Rio Grande wai, held vesterdav C O Gaynor, the only retiring dlreetoi, left the board on account of 111 health Gross earnings were reported at $1T,384 535, net, $6 674,700 THE JDDGE FEELS BURT An Old and Feeble St. Louis lawyer Nearly Killed by Alleged Libel. Hew York Sua Special Service. St. Louis, Oct. 21.Judge James L . Blair has made application o t Prose cuting Attorney Dalton for a warrant against Eugene Brockmeyer, publish e r of the Missouri Republican, a t Clayton, charging criminal libel. Mr. Blair fainted in narrating at tacks made upon him and had to be revived. H e was carried from the Four Courts In an invalid's chair after the conference was over. "The article was so debasing, so malicious, so wilfully libelous that I cannot discuss it here,' 'sa id Mr. Blair. Then he fainted, and it was some time before attendants could revive him. His voice was husky and he trembled i every muscle from sheer weakness. " I could not remain a t home any longer," he told Mr. Dalton, "and rest under such imputations as this man has heaped upon me. I just had to come and demand my rights." The Republican in its last two Is - sues has been full of innuendoes and veiled charges about a prominent citi zen connected with the world's fair whom, it alleges, had been guilty of gross wrong doing and of the conver si on of property placed in his hands. These charges named no one and carefully concealed anything that looked like a name. Judge Blair is a director of the world's fair company and one of the world's fair company and one of St. Louis' most prominent attorneys. His wife is president of the exposition board of lady managers. Judge Blair is now very low a t the Missouri sana torium. WILL BUILD TO PACIFIC The Canadian Northern Plans to Do SoMoney Is Not Lacking, Special to The Journal. Montreal, Oct. 21"While I t is now practically decided that the Canadian Northern will not be extended farther east than Port Arthur, w e are confident western extensions will be pushed forward In such a manner that the line will be completed thru to the Pacific before another road can be con structed." This announcement was made by an official of the Canadian Northern while discussing the number of miles the company now has and the cost of its construction. "The betetr knowledge people now have of the real possibiliti es of the west,' the official adds, "has resulted in promoters of the company having little difficulty in getting all the capi tal necessary. The road, as well as all extensions, is being built for approxi mately $12,000,000, the amount for which it is bonded. The action of the government is guaranteeing the Inter est of the company's 4 per cent bonds has, of course, facilitated the location of these securities in England a t a figure a little below par." - N A Do Its Work. There is such a thing a s forbear ance ceasing to be a virtue even in the case of one's stomach. There is n o question but that some stomachs will stand a great deal more wear and tear and abuse than others, but they all have their limit and when that limit is reached, the stotonach must be reck oned with a s suie a s fate The best way and really the only effective way to treat your stomach when it rebels Js t o employ a substitute to do its work. This wi ll gi ve the weakened and worn-out organ an opportunity to rest and regain its strength and health. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets relieve the stomach of its work by taking up the work and doing it just as one set or shi ft of workmen relieves another. They actually digest the food in just the same manner and just'the same time as the digestive fluids of a sound stomach do. I n fact, when dissolved in the stomach, they are digestive flu ids, for they contain exactly the same constituents and elements a s the gas tric juice and other digestive fluids of the stomach. N o matter what the condition of the stomach is, their work is just the same They work i n their own natural way without regard to surrounding conditions. The stomach being thus relieved by Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, is restored and renewed b y Nature and the rest of the human body does not suffer in the least by reason of its failure to perform its work. A Wisconsin man says " I suffered the pangs of dyspepsia for ten years. I tried every known remedy with in different results until I was told' of the remarkable cures of Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets. I bought a box, be gan taking them and forgot I had a stomach. Three boxes cured me com pletel y. I have had no trouble what ever for a year and have an appetite like a harvest hand and can eat any thing that is set before m e without fear of bad results." Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for sale by all druggists at 50c a box. The druggist never fails to have them in stock because the demand for them is so great and so pronounced that he cannot afford to be without them.'Peo- ple who could not get them of one druggist would go to another arid would get in the habit of buying thefr other drugs there as well as their Stu art's Dyspepsia Tablets. "*-^7*3-7^ BOBSE TBAT SCOTT BDILT Mrs. Molineux Helped to Plan It and May live There a Bride. Speoial to The Journal. Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 21.The posi tive statement is made that Wallace D . Scott of Sioux Falls will marry Mrs. Roland B . Mollneaux. I n Sioux Falls no other view is entertained. When Mr. Scott, who is of the firm of Kittredge, Winan & Scott, em ployed by Mrs. Mollneaux a s counsel in her divorce proceedings, became noticeably friendly to Mrs. Mollneaux, Sioux Falls became suspicious. Mr. Scott just now completing a hand some house, the plans of which were examined and re-arranged by Mrs Mollneaux. Since she left Sioux Falls h e has been absent more than once without explaining. H e is 28 years old, of a lively disposition and has met with success in his profession since made a protege of United States Senator Kittredge. INSANE FHOM OIGAHETXES, Wttukegan, 111 Oct 21 Ed Goldinjr, 19 years old, a member of a prominent Waucondn. family appeared voluntarily in the county court Tester' day and asked to be sent to the insane Avium saying he icahatd. that he was in the first states ot inxanitv antf M8fee& tteatnftfttfe He was sent to the Elgin a^rlntn FHs trouble is said to come from cigarettes the use of which he is unable to stop NORTHWESTERN POSTMASTEaS. Washington Ort 21 Postmasters appointed MinnesotaWicklow, Cass county, Han h Lar son IowaLueas connty, Joha A. Enotts. g$tb- Pg&MaT^M^.Lym&! Helgesoii. W$r*r ^HE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL: MINNEAPOLIS DRY 1COOD S CO. Hosiery There are some good values wait in* for our Thursday visitors. Look at them: Ladies' black fleeced hose, 1-1 ribbed, wi tn h spliced heels and toes, - n d ta Shawknit Seconds These are practically u p t o the standard of the firsts, but the price is only half as high. We've about 80 dozen t o close outthes e come in black, tan, f ray, pearl and fancies sizes are roken in the separate styles but all sizes in the lot. Pair, |A1 half price |fi2u at O O Napier Almond Meal, best pre paration for the skin, leaving it soft as velvetregula r 25c tflfc^ package for PG Little Liver Pills, 10c a bottle. Draperies Sold as Advertised Advertising counts for aught unless .backed up by good merchandising. We've bad a great deal to say about curtains and other drapery goods. We have thus brought maay people into the store. They see the goods behind the ad., they buy, and come again. And this coming again it the final proof that our methods are right. Here's something for Thursday: A lot of Lace Curtains will be on saleall perfect, up-to-date goods and just notice the prices: 75c Curtains, 49c pair. $2 Curtains, 1,25 pair. $3 Curtains, 2.15 pair. Arabe Curtains W e have a range of patterns and styles that will sur prise you, and at such low prices that they will intensify your inter est, 3 special lots a t 3.75, 2.98. and 2.50 pair. Real Brussels and IrUli Point Curtains W e import these direct in fact, have a man on the ground all the time looking for snapsthi s is one he sent us: real A A|" $4.50 valuespai r 4iwO Real Battenberg and Cluny Cur tains A fine assortment and real $7.00 valuesthi s sale, * Q r Ladies'* Jackets Marked Down Unfortunately for us our stock of Ladies' Jackets is not so low as it ought to be at this date. Sharp, cold weather would help us, but we can't wait for that. We'll sacrifice a few lines to hurry up the sale. Here they are: Short Jackets made of kersey or rough goods, in black, blue or cas torsom e are lined throughout and some half Kned a good 4% Ctffe $5.00 jacket only iOU A goo d, short jacket, made of good Kersey, black, blue and tan some lined with satin throughout and some with mercerized cottons a good $8.50 jacket tf* u~ Special Sales Counter SBS ? A most unique offering is thissure to attract interest by its novelty and cause a flurry of excitement by its unprecedented values. A large Eastern jobber found himself everstocked with Pillow Cords. In this extremity he accepted our spot cash offer though it did not equal the cost of making. And this is the one and all-sufficient reason for the absurdly low sale prices. No trash, no shop worn goeds, no fadett colors. Clean, up-to-date gcods to the last yard. In two lots on ^peeial Sales Counter, main floor, as follows: Lot 1, Silk Cords, plain and mixed colors, no piece worth less than 15c, most of the regular 20c values, * JE^% at this unheard-of price, yard , D C Lot 2, Cotton and Mercerized Cords, plain and mixed ' colors, worth 10c and 12 a yard 0* these go at u v Here also will be about 400 Tapestry Remnants, all in good sizes for pillow tops and chair seats. Serviceable fabrics in good patterns and fine colorings. Prices from $1 down to 10c each. There are Christmas suggestions in all this. Silk Petticoats Time was when the five-dollar silk petticoat was a comparatively Eooorg affair, no matter where you uht it. The price was a popular one, however, and we have worked long and zealously t o increase the value. The $5 skirts now in stock mark the highest point yet reached. They would ordinarily sell a t much higher prices^ One style is made with' three rufflles, rufife on ruffle, giving the desired flaring effect another has a deep accordion plait e d flounce with narrow ruffle. Better qualities a t $8, $8.50, $11 and up to $18. White Aprons A few more of those manufactur ers' samples of white aprons on sale at very special prices, 25c, 39o and 60c DON'T LIKE HIM Mgr. Del Val'a Appointment Not lar in Washington. Speoial to The Journal. Washington, Oct 21 Mgr Mery Del VAl's appointment as papal secretary of state is not vv-eH received in clerical or political circles here H e was the Span ish diplomat who so -vigorously opposed all American policies during and subse quent to the Spanish-American war His infltuntce-mt the Vatican, it is feared, will MAIL ORDERS ** mmm~ at the same prices. Occasionally thwe goode s may be sold ou orders reach us, but we always try to have enough for everybody. It will pas y you u write anyhow. October Clearance of Kitche n wear. t C08t s y u 25 c a P Ladies' black wool hose, 2-1 rib bed, a splendid 25c value. 18c a pair, 3 pairs, for 50c. Children's extra heavy, very elas tic black fleeced hose, 1-1 ribbed, bought t o sell a t 25c a pair, any size from 6 to 10, 18o a pair, 3 pairs for 50c. air I80 a pair, 3 pairs for 50c. , The time has come for this departmant to vacate some of its space to make room for early holiday goods. Stock is heavier than it should be anyhow. Hence the clearance sale. No second qualities but regular standard goods, priced to hurry them out. ' " ' , Granite lipped preserving kettles and sauce pans. 19c size for 12c 25c size for.. 15c, 29c size for.. 19c 33c size for*/21c' 35c size for. .23o 39c size for. .25c 48c size for. .35c 65c size for 45c 75c size for 55c Granite Tea and Coffee Pots. 35c size for. .23c 39c size for.. 29c 45c size for..35o 49c size for. 39c 59c size for..45o Laundry Bluing, Cheap, at 15c whQe it last ?, A tandy Dept. Gum Drops, assorted, Sugared So lb. Assorted French Creams, 8c lb. Drug Dept. Large boxes of Violet Borated Talcum, fine quality, t o close out what we have - - ^ bottle B o Granite milk and pudding pans, ljqt 19c for 12o 2 q t 23c for 15c q t 25c for 1 7 c q t 29c for 19c q t 35c for 23c q t 39c for 29o W e have the largest collection of fine Lace Curtains in the cityreal Arabian, Brussels, Renaissance and many imported novelties, ranging in price from 12.00 to 50.00 pair. Draperies 4 0 pairs of fine tapes try draperiesrea l $4.50 A A C value, at, pair mmm%9%3 Couch CoversWe've just re ceived another lot of those fine 60 - inch oriental couch covers. These are the last to be had, so secure one nowrea l $7.50 values, j R 2lC each 4-BtVO Window Shades 3x6 feet, all standard colors and all 4A ready to hang, only, each lFO Curtain Rods-The lj-inch ex tension onesonly, WS.jn. each./ ..,.. . Q u SHkoIlne-^6 Inches wide, for 0 comforters Short Jackets made of good ker sey, lined throughout with good satini n black, blue, red and tan some of the tans have black marten collarsgoo d values at "JF CiTfe $12.00 to $15.00 sTaOU Short Jackets made of best ker sey and Montagnac. lined with Skinner's satin, mostly blacks and tans, good $15.00 to &4fl~a $18.00 jackets H^BV Wash Goods A pretty lot of New Challis and Comforter prints in light and fj^ dark groundssal e .". O O New Sllkollnes and Sateens just in, ready to show^Jhursday. Silkolines, 36-in. wide in a lot of pretty styles, dark and 4tfl light grounds, sale IUO Sateens, 36 in. wide in pretty floral and Persian patterns on dark, medium and white grounds, |Q fancies I O v Plain colors t o match, ||5-i Imported French Sateens, 36 in. wide, it seems as though nothing prettier could be printed, light and dark grounds, Persian and Ae floral patterns, sale... . aaGII tend also to defeat the friends of Arch bishop Ireland, ^.who hope to obtain for him the next red hat in America Popu- UNPLEASANT LIFE ON THE RAIL. Pottsville, Pa, Oc t 21Philadelphia & Reading main line Engineer Richard Sharp, who has a record of having killed twenty persons since he has been rail roading, thnfce of them suicides. cru&h6d out the life o l a determined suicide at Auburn, who deliberately laid his head upon tl*e rail ha fiont of the advancing 4 SI b e remembered that goods advertised by us lt 8l\oul v ^*r*~^w J d *lways ca n a i ay s b secure(jtymaiitabeforetthe^vvritten we ao s b y person ai Granite Wash Basins, 25c size for. 13o 29c size for.19o Blacks French Etamine, the im ported kind, 44 inches, best black, our 75c quality, a limited CO** quantityat 0FU German Crepe d e Chine, silk and wool, 44 inches wide, our O C * $1.25kind, at ODG Zibeline, full 56 inches wide, all wool, very heavy and shaggy, the correct fabric for winter suits, our $1.50 quality, 4 j A C n 860 Curtaui Swiss 20-cent 4 1I quality, yard HrU Colors Waistings, all woo and silk and wool in figures, srpes, plain and Pesin effects, ever col or one can iine. These are the 75c and 85 ualities. The entire pric?:68.1"cm"qa6,ga Plenty of flannelette night gowns that have iust the needed warmth for cool fall nights, at 50c and 75c Better ones at $ 1 and so on u p t o $1.75. Ladies' Gloves Our ''Marie" is a kid glove that's too well known t o need much talk about its style or finish or durability. It's a two-clasp pique glove that fits to perfection, and comes in browns, modes, and blackspair..' i - mm O Warm and pretty are the 2-clasp, fleece-lined, cashmere glovesthe y come in modes, grays and A K -. blackpai r dSOO White Goods A special display of new 40-inch Bordered Lawns for apons and Children's dresses. They come in tucked and hemstitched borders a t 25c, 35c, 40c, 45c and ftOo per yard. BASEMENT. 36-inch Lappet Swiss and 40-inch Striped Muslin, goods that sell in a regular way for 10c a yard" J 1 - ^ special 1 2 u Cottons Yard wide unbleached sheeting, 4&c * ' Yard wide bleached Muslin, 5J4c. 9-4 unbleached Sheeting, 1554c. 9-4 bleached Sheeting, 1 75ic. Trunk Dept. A 22-inch, $6 value, for. $4,05 With Shirt fold $5.60 24-inch, regularly $6.50, for. $5.25 With Shirt fold $5.95 Our entire line of extra fine trunks a t about 2 5 per cent off regular prices. a train. The desperate man was George Hans of Tilton Sha rp says he was pow erless to stop, so quick was the man's action and the latter smiled in the engi neer's face for a fleeting second ere he was hurled into eternity. NOT A PLEASANT DWELLING PLACE Washington, Ind , Oct 21 Destruction of the mining town of Montgomery, a place o 1,000 inhabitants, seven miles east of here, is threatened, in a letter received by Edward Matthews, a prominent busi- visit, and Good Steel Stove Pipe. Regular 15c joint, for 10c Crimped elbows, reg- 20c for 10o Mrs. Vrooman's milk Strainers, 25 c value, for 13o Wash Clothes Rack, has 8 arms, hangs on the wall, takes up but little room, like cut when in use, regular 25c for. ISo Fruit Press. Regular 29c for 19c Regular 35c for Notion News J . O . King's Spool Cotton, black or white, 200-yd. spools a t a price that is not for "one day only," nor for two days nor for one week only, but all the time, + - ^ the spool l u Tlie next value, however, is one that cannot last so long. It's the Loop O n Hose Supporter. Fancy frilled, nickel trimmed, with satin pad front. 25c seems too little a price for them but they #TJP-* go at 1 MO Dress Goods Kitchen bracket lamps, 39c value for.. .23c 25c Egg Poachers, 35c and 65c value for each, 19c &4Sc lull Something new in popular priced ready-to-wear millinery two styles of mohair pompadour hats trimmed with - O C velvet, felt and ornaments, each... ^ - mJ Child's long nap mohair hat, in black, brown and navy, the best hat we have shown this season for the money 4 A A choice , - - M W For the balance of this week we will show an elegant new collection of Black Velvet Hats trimmed with ostrich, ribbon and ornaments. New Beavers in all shapes and colors. Black, brown and navy Birds and Wings, at 75o, $1.00 and $1.25. New Line of Chamber Rugs Are you interested in nice things for the bedroom? If to, you ought to get familiar with this line of chamber rugs. They are made of wool and fiber combined, giving the softness aad warmth of the former with the clean, hygienic properties of the latter. The ideal floor covering for snch rooms seems to bsve been found In this combination. Colors are appropriate, too, tans and greens and soft tints predominating. Does this encour- age you to come and look at them. They come in these sizes: BOtlyi O A 0r W e include in this all our latest purchases. This is a rare opportunity to get up-to-date goods at a nominal price. Warm Gowns 9x12, $12.5$ 7-6x10-6, $10 6x9, $8.75. Stove Oil Cloths. Here is what the Big Carpet Store is do- ing just now in this line. It is selling an oil cloth pattern of the bestigrade, a yard and a half square, complete OQA with good binding, all for %M%9%* Among the Knit Goods This department of ladies' wear is filled with articles that give comfort and satisfy the demands of style. Just a few reminders: Blouse Sweaters from $1.50 to $8. One extra value at $2.25. Norfolk Jackets at $6.50. Golf Vests from $1 .25 to $2.50. Camel's Hair and Angora Tarns, 39c to 98c. The long haired shaggy Angora Tam at 89c is an extra large value. Stocking Caps and Toques for the little people, 25o t o 98c. Black Wool and Worsted Hoods, for elderly ladie s, $1. t grays 4[ A R Beautiful Silks Sold Cheap Black Crepe de Chine, 46 inches wide, Q C A yard Black Crepe, 46 inches wide, O A A Two qualities unsurpassed anywhere at the price. See them. Some good values still to be had in the fancy silks from the Ashley & Bailey auction. Remember About Fleisher's Yarns I The sale of these most perfect yarns is still in full blast.! Prices are cut deeply. Don't dismiss this opportunity by saying* that you can buy knitting yarns just as cheap any time. Maybe you*canbut not Fleisher's. At this sale the very best yarns go at the price of cheap stuff. Free Embroidery Lessons, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, 9:30 to 12 and 2:30 to 5. Camera Lunch BoxThe best box madeha s detachable tin inside case, very sanitary, always sold for 48clike cut, Flannels White Shaker Flannel, cotton and wool, good soft, heavy qual- 4 | C|f% ity special, yard *' today 2 B O A Leather dress suit cases leather lined. A very handsome case. Fine twilled Flannel, blue gray only, regular 35c quality, OR. f t special yard mm^M^f Extra fine, Cotton Blankets, white, tan or gray, size 54x72 fiA inches, pair W v 11-4 Cotton Blankets, heavy twilled Blankets, gray only, 4 JJC pair - * "* * * Basement. Alarm Clocks Nickel Alarm Clocks, warranted for one year AQA each OifO ness nian. The thre at was to destroy the town with nitro glycerine and Are, and many of the citizens are terror stricken Montgomery has .been fired, dynamited and citizens assaulted during the last year. Numerous threatening letters have been, received and last April one was re ceived demanding*$2,500 or the town would be burned and wrecked with dynamite A CALIFORNIAN GREEK. Athens, Oct. 21.A man named Duncan, a Californian, made a sensation in the ancient Grecian city by walking about thu Linens A case of Union Jiuck Towels, 18x38, full bleached, all white bor ders, should be 14c each, 4A theseat IUO 71-inch Damask, pure linen, full bleache d, as good a s any 87ic da mask we have ever sold. O 0 1 ^ yard 0a%20 A lot of fancy linens, including 1 8 x54 in. Sideboard Scarfs, and 30 in. hemstitched Centerpieces or Shams the price should be 69c AO eachthes e go a t TOO What are left of those sample pieces* of Japanese and Mexican hand drawn work will be found on the tables around the main stair way. I t is a beautiful collection and the prices are much lower than they would be ordinarily. Basement Two Damasks that will surprise you b y their value one in full bleached satin finish, the other a heavy homespun Dice Da mask 60 inches wide Shawls and Squares, an endless variety of these in ice wool, wool, silk and wool and all silk. A n ice wool Square, for instance, comes at 25c. White Honeycomb Shawls, im ported direct from the leading Ger man manufacturers, 65c to 93. Children's 'Drawer Leggings, in black and white, 50o to $1. Ladles' Knit Skirts at 50o. Ladies' Divided Knit Skirts, $1.75 A A i d T 1 * * yard %3 M 2U Underwear , Men's blue o r gray, heavy wool fleece lined shirts and drawers, silk bound, silk stitched, double BA cuffs and ankles at only,ea 0 1FU Ladies' Jersey ribbed fleece lined combination suit, cream color, win ter weight, fancy trimmed neck and front, button across or I T A down the front, per suit.. I P IfU Bushel Bask- ets, regular 15c, for 10c Ladies' heavy natural wool o r camel hair vests and pants, extra well made and finished, 7C only, each aT Pl# Millinery A !! A A ^siiflf Corsets Girdles of the W . T. brand, made of drab or white coutil, dip hip, hose supporters attached t o front, all steel filled, trimmed O i with lace w I Another W . T . Corset is of me dium length, dip hip, all steel filled, with two broad side steels, hose supporters attached to front, top trimmed with lace, come in ^ F B5f drab or white. Special. . . M mM%* Umbrellas Come in Thursday and save half a dollar on a ni ce umbrella. I t is a Ladies' 26-inch Union Taffeta Um brella, with case and tassels and fine natural princess handlei t is worth $1.75, but goes 4 A C streets in ancient Greek dress Duncan intends to build a studio and house in the form of an ancient temple on a hill not far .from the Acropolis. "To have healthy human feelings in your body," he said, "you must wear rational, simple dress." A SCITR&rLOTJS BUXTON. Washington, Oct 21 4. new campaign button has made its aopearance in Mart-land, where he democrats ae nttomptln to make the negro tyiestlon and r^peil of the fifteenth amendment to the constitution an issue. The button beam a picture ot President Roosevelt and a coal black uegro dining together under the motto of "Lib erty and Equality."