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CSPTEMBER 21, 1905
fo Hobraoho. Independent PAGE 13 FITS 0 P TT tin tTK m V I U II TK fV I tl I A Um OTl HAS SET OCT It will increase in volume day by day. Already it ripples and eddies around the different sections of the store. DRESS GOODS, CLOAKS, WARM UNDERWEAR, BLANKETS, ETC., all begin to show signs of great activity. We are pleasing our patrons;; no store can have a bet ter advertisement thin that. We are here , for this purpose. Mark the well-beaten path that leads direct to our doors; note the people as they come and go. Ask them the reason why they make this store the base of their Dry Goods supplies. They will tell you they have full con fidence in our merchandising methods. That's the secret of our success. Dress Goods Specials New - Plaids 28" inches wide; just' the thing for school dresses. .. .15c 27-inch Arnold's Serge, new man nish effects,in all colors. .... ..20c 38-inch beautiful Worsted and r Mohair Plaids at, special. ..... .45c " 75c and 85c Mannish Suitings, 42 inches wide, in assorted colors; this week ........... . . .59c $1.00 Tinted Cheviot, 52 Inches wide, black, green, navy, royal and brown a new cloth spe cial, this week .79c $1.50 Cravenetted Suiting, in new mannish effects, 56 inches wide special .............. .$1.35 JUST NOTE That we are showing an ex cellent line of popular priced Children's Coats for the ap proaching Winter season. This embodies all the latest weaves of Cloaking made up in pretty and pleasing styles. Range of prices is from $2.95 up to $10. LADIES' CLOAKS. New arrivals of the latest and approved fashion as Em pi re, box back and semi-fitted back, with shawl coat or strapped collars, in 42 and 45-inch length. "A variety of leading materials and colors" Prices ranging from $6.50 up to $25.00 Domestics in Domestic Dep't. BLANKETS. 10- 4 cotton Blanket, in gray or tan, beautiful colored borders. .48c 11- 4 cotton Blanket, same as above 75c Other cotton Blankets 11- 4 at $1.00, $1.25, $1.35, $1.50, $2.00 12- 4 at. . . $1.50, $2.00, $2.25 Comforts, full sizes, at $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.25, $2.75, $3.00. Wool Blankets ftom ....$3.25 to $10 EIDER DOWNS. 27-inch all colors and all wool.... 35c 36-inch, in plain, special ....45c 36-inch in Crepe effects, special.. 45c II 'Our Misses' shoes at $1. 50 & $1. 75 are full of style,durable and cor rectly formed to fit Misses' feet. 917-921 0. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. LINCOLN. NEBRASKA. We want to interview every man who ex pects to invest any money in fall shoes. 3C J SEEKING WAY TO CRAWL OUT Seventeen Indicted Packers Place Trust in Technical Objections . Chicago, Sept. 18. By pleas in abatement, attorneys representing the seventeen packers and other per sons indicted by the federal grand jury on a charge of 'conspiring to monopolize the meat business at tacked the position of the government today. The attack was made against the impanelling of the jury; alleged improper service of a summons on John Murray, one of the jurors; un lawful secrecy at the time the Jury was drawn from the box; unlawful presence of a stenographer in the jury room during the hearing and the subsequent writing of the shorthand notes; that the indictment was re turned in the eastern division of Illi nois, although the jury which found the indictment . was sitting in the northern division of the northern dis trict. The plea, which is very lengthy, ws filed late this afternoon with Dis trict Attorney O. B. Morrison, after an all day's conference between At torney John S. Miller, general coun sel for the packers and a number of associate counsel in the case. There were no court proceedings, and the plea has not yet been properly filed with the clerk of the district court, but this will be done tomorrow even ing. The main ground upon which the defendants stand in their plea, is the presence of John Murray on the jury. It is their claim that the jury was drawn from the box previous to March 3, M which time a law redis tricting the northern district of Illi nois went into effect. Previous to this Kankakee county was in the northern division of the northern dis trict of Illinois. By the terms of the new law this county was placed" in the eastern division of the northern district, and therefore not within the jurisdiction of the court. To sub stantiate the allegation that the jury was illegal and incompetent because of Murray's presence, it is declared in the plea that Murray was served on March 8, a fe-v Cays after the enactment of the k moving Kanka kee county from this division, by a deputy marshal of another division of the district. to sell Mr. Berge'i Agents Wanted Everywhere !JHE FREE PASS JininERY 8YSTLM." This book will be a seller. Every, body will want it. You can make 100.00 per month.. For particulars, address The Independent. Mention The independent when writing to advertisers. Please Mention THE INDEPENDENT When You Write to Advertisers.