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THE OMAIIA . DAILY . _ _ _ j BEE : /SATURDAY / > . . , _ _ _ DEQ EMBER 1 , 189-1.
CONTINENTAL UNDERWEAR Star Saturday of All to Buy Tour Winter Underwear. DERBY RIBBED UNDERWEAR 25C The Great Crimdf tliat Cnme to Our tail ButunUy's Underwear 6alo Will Hear Us Out In the Assertion that Tlicie Are lllff llnrgnliii. There wag uch a big run on our derby Jibbed underwear last week that we ha\e replenished the lot with 160 suits of tan un derwear of much higher price and place the entire lot at your disposal for 2Do each. Derby ribbed shirts or drawers worth up to $1.00 a suit at 25c a garment. Fine , heavy camel's hair underwear * such us you always pay $1.25 a suit for , BO Sat urday for 40c a garment . Extra heavy Scotch gray Bhlrts and draw ers , Rood value at 7Gc , now 60c. A lot of fleece-lined underwear that usually noils for $2.00 a suit , Is broken In sizes , and for that reason goes for COc a piece. We offer an unusually good bargain In an all wool heavy weight scarlet shirt or drawer ( or 7Dc that no one thinlis of selling for less than $1.25 a garment. LAUNDBIIED WHITE SHIRTS. 280. With all linen bosom , reinforced back , all good union linen body. 300 In the lot , and not ono of them worth less than 7Gc. Your cliolco as long as they last for 2Sc a shirt. Men's heavy seamless socks In gray and tans , regular 15o stockings , for Sc. Extra quality seamless half-hose In three shades of tan. It's an awful good bargain at 25c , but It's a record-breaker at our Satur day price of 12'/4c. Very heavy weight 35o camel's hair socks for 17c. Vine medium weight 35c all wool half-hose for 17c. GENUINE CALFSKIN GLOVES , COC. A big lot of men's all solid calfskin g'.o\cs , lined or unllncd , not a pair worth less than $1.00. Our price , DOc. Heavy rawhide , lined gloves , the best Marking glove made , go for COc. Working mittens , with calfskin fronts and knit backs , the $1 kind fort 25c. Men's woolen gloves and mittens , 25c and COc. COc.Men's Men's cashmere mufflers , In all the desira ble shades , light or dark , and In every pat tern known ; three different lots at half price , 3Gc , COc and C2c. Silk murders , largo and stylish , a hand some present for any one ; a special lot Sat urday at C5o. Men's working shirts In heavy chctlots and all colors at COc. Black sateen shirts , 28c. Heavy winter weight flannel shirts , 95c NECKTIES , 25C. Not 25c neckties , but neckties that cost U3 40c that wo never sold for less than COc , In a good variety of patterns and In four-ln- liands and tccks. Your choice Saturday , 2Cc. CONTINENTAL CLOTHING HOUSE , , N. E. Cor. IGth and Douglas. 1'XUSUX.Ut I'.tlC.Kllt.ll'llS. John Kramer Is at the Barker from Atch- Ison. Samuel F. Smith of Philadelphia Is at the Mlllard. Tobias Caster registered nl the Paxton last evening. W. A. Kerr , Reading , Pa. , Is registered at the Paxton. Nat C. Goodwin and his company are at the Mlllard. .E. J. DoUell of the Rosebud agency Is a I'nxton guest. L. D. Craig , Louisville , Ky. , Is registered at the Barker. C. L. Klnc and wife , Holland , Mich. , are Mlllard guests. , ' S. E. Wilson nnd wife , Hot Springs , S. I ) . , are Dcllono guests. Miss Anna Borst of Peru was a guest at the Mlllard yesterday. E. II. Morgan nnd wife ot Nebraska City arc guests at the Deilcne. ' Matt Daugherty of Ogalallateglstored ut tlis Merchants last evening. C. B. Rodgcrs and L. Brtdpnthal took din ner at the Paxton yesterday. W. II. Nefsoy and J , Nefsey of Sundance , AYyo. , arc guests at the Arcade. IL D. Delahay and C. J3. Taylor are regls IK tercd at the Barker from Topeka. lowans at the Arcade are : Charles Bullock of Denlson , J. Morten of 'Griswold. Nine members of the Nat C. Goodwin company are registered at the Barker. E. H , Andrus , B. & M. emmlgratlon agent at Holdrege , was at the Mercer yesterday. Mrs. Jennie Reed , Des Molnes , 13 visiting relatives 'In the city and Is stopping at the Barker. George A. McNutt , traveling passenger ngsnt for the "Katy , " Kansas City. Is at the Mlllard. J , A. Lyman , manager for the Hammond company at Chicago , registered at the Mlllard last evening. W. II. Bishop , representing the Black Crook company , and his assistant , A. J. Gilmore - I more , are at the Barker. Mr. Harry Stelnfeld of Chicago , repre senting the American Israelite , Is In the city visiting his brother-in-law , William Wolffo. Mrs. George W. Stadden , 220C Doiiglac street , received a telegram announcing tht death of her aunt , Miss Eliza Ogdcn , of Dea Molnea , to which place she went yesterday to attend the funeral , which occurs Sunday , Y. C. Lawson , assistant auditor ot the Wells-Fargo Express company , with head quarters al San Francisco , Is In the city , the guest of Auditor Bechel of the Pacific ; Ex press company. Mr. Lawson called on The lleo yesterday. At the Mercer W. B. Buck , New York ; J , L. Farthing , Plattsmouth ; Gorge J , Lyon Lincoln ; S .H. Hathaway. New York ; E. H Andrus , Holdrege ; G. H. Jones and niece , Kansas City ; J. II. Maurltans. New York II. Bohn. Grand Island ; J. E. Byers. Chicago - cage ; H. C. Hackney , Longmont , Colo. ; L. B Aycrs and eon , Elmo , la. ; A. T. Galloway Nellgh ; C. W. Sherman , Plattsmouth ; N. II , Loughbrldge , Grand Island ; S , R. Mumaugh * Portland ; John A. Mitchell , Chicago ; A. B Hankey , Alda ; J. D. Baker , Edgar ; 0. H , Swingley , Beatrice ; A. 0. West , Fremont. Kt-bnixkiini at the lintels. At the Mlllard-C. A. Chore. Wayne ; J. T Mnllllleu , F , Y. Hobertvan , Kearney. At the Arcade W. F. Unroll , Nebraskc City ; A. Iloats. lied Cloud ; J. F. Boyd , Oak dale ; 8. 8. Smith. North l.oup. At the I'nxton A. A. Abbott , dram Island ; F. II. Gllcrest. Kearney ; C. A. Me CJrew , Hastings ; O. U. lluttcrlleld , Crelgh ton. ton.At At the Hellene J. W. Holmcnilst. Oakland F. E , Ward , Tekamnli ; C. A. Why man , Lin coin ; W. C. Holand , W. L. Wallace , Nor folk ; M. H. Klnnoy , York. At the Merchants C. I > . Parish , Wesi Point ; F. Mcanntcr. Wllber ; J. SI. Craig Kearney : Wllllnm IJorkenlmgen. Fremont W. A. McAllister , Columbus : O. D. Heck' with , North Platte ; Frank O'Bhea , Newmut Grove ; W. W. Alt. Wnhoo. An ever welcome guest to the cheerful housewife Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pow. der. Turk CommUilonnrt * Meeting. At the meetingof the Board of Part Commissioners ycsterda > ' afternoon th < question of signing1 a petition for a cliangi of grade on Thirty-second street nnd Wool worth avenue , nt the northwest corner o Hanscom park , was referred for unothe : week , Applications were received fron John Clarke nnd Mr. UaldufT for the prlvl lego to sell refreshments at the ekutlni booths at IJanscom park during ( he winter and the latter got the plum. There wan some dlncuBslon In regard ti the advisability of keeping the Fake a Hanscom park In condition for skatlni during the winter months. To Keep the lei In condition and provide sufficient wntei will cost about ll.WJo for the winter. Tin. feme of the members stated that they well In favor of saving this Amount. Final the matter was referred to a special com inltteq consisting of Messrs. Tukey. Kll Patrick and Hedtleld , to report at the ncx meeting. Wanted to tlurn Illi Haute. D. N , McKenile decided Thursday that b had a good deal to be thankful for. He go up bright and early , and to testify to hi thankfulness purchased several bottles o alcohol nnd got gloriously drunk. In thi evening bewent to his home at 2101 Harne ; street 'and determined to ihow hi * famll ; ome fun. He seized the lighted lamp and wandered about the houie , threatening to urn It down an teen an rould find n vuincr- blo place. Ho frightened hl wife nnd hllJrcn nearly Into hysterics. He was locked p by Sergeant Whalen. CONTINENTAL AUAIK. A Special Invoice ol Hoys' Haiti Juit Arrived. . Wo have replenished our boys' suit do artmcnt that came to near being sold out ast Saturday , and the bargains ivo offer you ro such that It needs but a glance to tell ou that you've seen nothing- equal them , licy will stand comparison with eulti hewn by any ono at $5.00 or more. Head the pcclal prices we've put on our new lot : BOYS' SUITS $2.00. In knee pants , double breasted coat , dark luo diagonal cheviots , your choice Satur- aj$2. . HOYS' SUITS $2.25. 'A little better , in gray check cheviots , ouble breasted , neatly made and trimmed. Not a suit worth less than $5.00 ; choice 2.25. 3 BOYS' SUITS $2.60. $ | Knee pants , small pin checks , double rei'sted cheviots , beautiful goods and regu- ar $6.00 suits at $2.50 Saturday. HOYS' SUITS $2.75. In dark gray diagonal cheviots , as solid s a rock. You never bought a better ouble breasted suit for $7 , You get them s long as they last Saturday for $2,7C. BOYS' ALb WOOL KNEE PANTS COC. In this lot uas a special shipment ot boys' cnce pants. There are more than wo or ) ercd. but when we make the price GOc a pair we'll get rid of them every pair. Choice Saturday 50c. CONTINENTAL CLOTHINd HOUSE , N. 13. Cor. Douglas and 15th Sts. Kemcnibcr that the auction sale of watches , diamonds. Jewelry , silverware nnd optical ; oods commences Saturday , December 1st , at 2:30 : p. m. Two ,83163 each day , 2:30 : p. in. and 7:30 : p. m. JOHN BAUMER , Jeweler , 214 South 16th Street. N. U. A handsome present given away at each sale. i Queer 1'coplc , We now have all the numbers of Queer 'cople , and those wishing any of the numbers rein ono to eight will please call at the bus- ness odlce of The Bee. Only 10 cents per mmber. No coupons required. o Opium habit and alcoholism treated. Years of experience. II. W. Hyde , M. D. , 107 Paxton - ton block , Omaha , Neb. * Minor Mutters lu the District Court. A verdict for the defense was returned yesterday In the case of the Commercial iank ot Burlington Junction , Mo. , against Perry Bros. & Co. , n South Omaha com- nlsslon nrm. The bank honored drafts to the amount of $900 which the ; commission firm refused to acknowledge. Charles A. McKlnney has commenced fore closure proceedings against Abner Waggoner on a mortgage for $2,000 ; the Edinburgh Lom bard Investment company against J. J. Hardln on a mortgage of $1,200 ; the Anglo-Ameri can Loan , Mortgage and Agency company against Mary Adalr on a mortgage for $600 ; John A. Horbach agaglnst Nancy J. Brown on n mortgage of $450. Judge Ambrose will decide the easa of the 3. H. Hammond company against the Chicago & Northwestern railway this morn ing.Tho The Hetzel case was given to the Jury In Judge Keysor's court yesterday afternoon. The will of Amanda II. Skinner has been filed tor probate In the county court. The usual proportion of baking powder to flour Is one teaspoonful to a pint , or two teaspoonfuls to a quart. Owing to its superior strength , an oven teaspoonful ol br. Price's , accomplishes Ivtter results than i rounded or heaping teaspoonful of any other brand. . . TMVAL 11KET1T1E3. Thursday John Cover stole a coat from Charles McColl. He was arrested and yes terday sentenced to thirty days in the county Jail. Jail.The The Commercial bank of Lament , la. , cffrrs a reward of $350 for the arrest and convic tion of the burglars who robbed the ban' * on'the night of "November 28. Superintendent Olllesple of the Deaf and Dumb Institute says that the proceeds ot the ball at Myrtle hall Thanksgiving evening were not for the benefit of the Institute as stated. > The friends of Superintendent Marble of the city schools will be pained to learn that the Illness of his daughter which called him cast last week promises to be fatal. Miss Marble is In the acute stages of consump tion and all hope ot her recovery has been abandoned. Henry Laufer of the tax department of Baltimore. Md. , has written to Mayor Heinle for information concerning his uncle , Henry Laufer , who Is supposed to have died In Omaha nearly n decade ago. Mr. Laufer Is Bald to have been at ono time the pro prietor of the American house in this city. The building Inspector Is doing the least business tills month that the ofllco has done In any single month during the present ad ministration. No ono teems to bo doing any building more extensive than making slight repairs , and It Is several weeks since a per mit has been Issued for Improvements worth more than $500. Horace A. Ittner of 2008 Ohio street gave a very pleasant stag djnner party to a quar tet of friends Thursday , All feminine serv ices were dispensed with and Mr. Ittner prepared the vlanda himself. Ills friend J all agree to his success as a chef and ttul repast was enthusiastically demolished by A. C. Adams , John L. Gideon , W. W. Chapman - man and John N. Westberg. MYDEN BROTHERS , Saturday Boy's Clothing Sale Advertised on Tilth Page , CLORK AND SKIRT BARGAINS TOMORROW Ladles' ScnmleM Itosa 19 1-So nnit 10c | llargaln Inblciol Underwear Tomorrow NOIT Cot Stnrin Sergei In'tho Ureil Uoodi Department. In our cloak department we offer a bar gain In LADIES' FUR CAPES $4.26. An assortment to pick from on this table worth up to $15.00 or $20.00. LATE NOVELTIES $7.BO. 40-Inch length diagonal kersey ladles' coats made to sell for $10.00. Saturday Is the last day of the saleat $7.50. LADIES' COATS $12.50. The most stylish garment of the season , full 47 Inches long , made to sell for $15.00. They've come In a little late , and we offer them for $12.50. WOMEN'S BLACK HOSE 12 0. Seamless fast black with double heel and toe , worth 20c ; another lot WOMEN'S BLACK HOSE 19C. Imported to sell for 35c ; have double heel and toe , extra long legs. Saturday's bar gain 19c. UNDERWEAR. Women's and children1 ! , drawers and un- derwalsts all kinds , fleece lined , jersey ribbed , natural gray , heavy balbrlggan and merino wool on a bargain table , 250 , 35C , COC. Worth double and three times as much ; In our new lot of dress goods we offer COLORED STORM SERGES 33C. 40 Inches wide , every thread fine worsted , double wrap blacks and colors , worth and sold for COc , down to 33c. COLORED STORM SERGES 39C. Blacks as well , 46 Inches wide worth and always sold for COc to 75c. Newest colors down to 30c. OUR IOC DRESS GOODS. 40c double width , stylish colors and mix tures. They ore not quite all wool , but are good for wear , make splendid house wrap pers , tea gowns , etc.- ; were made to sell for 40c. Saturday sale 19c. MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS COC. An assorted lot men's undershirts and drawers ; $1.00 , $1.25 and $1.35 quality GOc. HAYDEN BROTHERS. Secure your holiday presents bj attending the auction sale of diamonds , watches , Jew elry , optical goods and silverware at John Baumer's jewelry store , 214 South IGth street. Every article offered for sale will be guaranteed as represented. No shoddy goods In my stock. John Baumer , Jeweler. Read Fidelity's real estate ad. Turned on the On * unit Died. CHICAGO , Nov. 30 "W. O. Luscombe , man ager of the- Chicago otllce of the Luscombe Water Filtering- company , committed sui cide today by turning on the gas in his room nt the Western European hotel. He was prominent In Missouri , his brother being- manager of the- company , which has headquarters | n Carthage , Mo. Despondency Is supposed to have caused the suicide. One good thing about Dr. Price's Baking Powder Is that contents of the cans are always full weight. It stands the test of the ecalea as well as every other. Commencing with today's matinee and con tinuing for four nights , Hoyt's thoroughly entertaining comedy , "A Bunch of Keys , " will be the attraction at the Fifteenth Street theater. This1 , the first production of Hoyt's pen. Is by many critics considered his best. It Is spontaneous , in action and .artistic In detail , , and , Interrupted as It Is by an * excellent company , should meet with unquali fied success. At the matinee this afternoon Mr. Goodwin will appear as Chauncey Short In Henry Guy Carleton's fine comedy , "A Gilded Fool. " At the night performance Mr. Goodwin will pre sent a double bill , the evening's entertainment opening with Thomas W. Robertson's Im mortal comedy. "David Garrlck , " and closing with Madison Morton's farce , "Lend Me Five Shillings , " Mr. Goodwin appearing In both pieces. This will be one of the most brilliant performances that the Boyd will present -to its patrons this season. The comedians , Donnelly and Glrard , and their New York company , will appear In their new comedy , "Tho Rainmakers , " at Boyd's theater on tomorrow evening and for the three succeeding evenings , with a popular priced matlneo on Wednesday. All the re markable electrical and mechanical effects , together with more than a carload of special scenery used In New York , will be used here. Mr. Donnelly assumes the character of Perclval Airtight , a ubiquitous hotel clerk , and Mr. Glrard will ably assist him In the role of Phelix Bottles , the head porter of the establishment. The proprietor of Hotel Chick has absconded at the beginning of the play , leaving Perclval Airtight In charge. The rise of the curtain discloses a strike among the servants In full progress at the hotel , in whloh the versatile ) hotel clerk has his hands full in settling , The fun com mences at the very outset , and runs fast and furious throughout tho' play. The great cyclone scene In the second act Is a marvel of stage mechanism. The country homo pi the circus proprietor is seen at the time when a professional rainmaker Is about to begin operations. Airtight and Bottles , who have deserted the hotel force , appear upon the scene , steal his explosives and determine to earn his fee themselves. They are totally Ignorant of the uses of the various explosives , so set them all off at once. The effect \e \ appalling. A terrific thunder storm Immed iately bursts forth , The raln'comes down in a perfect deluge. The wind howl's and blows with such terrlficfjfdrbc- the houses and barns are wreckra ) fences are carried away , and everything iroriblc IB blown oft tbd utage. Hero the lllgli'ts are turned up ; the comedians are disfavored under a fallen tree , whereupon they "rcrrflirk : "What a lot of weather wo are haVln f. " The third act Intro duces a lot ofxdcllcnt specialties , Including the famous electrlounkrch , which has created the most profouifd een&itlon In New York of anything seen Hint season. The sale of seata will open this morning at 9 o'clock. Eugene Tompklfis' famous "Black Crook , " which had uch ifc rqn at the Academy of Music , Is id bo taken , bodily to the Boyd for the last three nlfchls of next week. The wardrobe , scenery. a"hd mechanical effects have aH been hmowed , and many new features have been added. The cast Is A strong one , and considerable addition has been made to the large ballet. Tlib principal dancera wilt be Blgnoras Tornaghl and Stacclonl as premieres , and Slgnor Blanclflorl , better known as the Human Top , Is the principal danccur. The- march of the Ama zons down the electric staircase will , of course , bo ono of the strong features. An entirely new Idea In living pictures will be Introduced. There are over 200 people em ployed In the production , The scepter of supremacy swayed easily bj Dr. Price's Baking 1'owder. H'J.VlT/112/t FUJIEO.13T. . Fnlr for Nebraska Kxcept Shoivcrl In the Southern Portion. WASHINGTON. Nov. 30. The forecast for Saturday Is : For Nebraska Fair , except 'showers In the extreme southern portion ; cooler In the western portion ; north winds. For Missouri Showers ; cooler In the cen tral and. southern portion ; east , shifting to north winds. For South Dakota Fair ; colder ; north winds. For Kansas Fair , except showers In the extreme eastern portion ; cooler In the south east portion ; north winds. For Iowa Showers ; cast winds. I.ocul Itecord. OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU. OMAHAi Nov. 30 Omaha record of temper ature and rainfall , compared with the cor responding day of past four years : 1831. 1SD3. 1S92. 1391. Maximum temperature. . . . 33 31 55 CG Minimum temperature 22 0 30 23 Average temperature 28 16 42 40 Precipitation 01 .04 .00 .00 Condition of temperature and precipitation at Omaha for the day and since March 1 , 189) ) : Normal temperature 33 Deficiency for the day 6- Accumulated excess since March 1 C8G Normal precipitation 01 Inch Deficiency for the day t 03 Inch Total precipitation since March 1. 15.07 Inches Deficiency since March 1 15.C1 inches Koports from Other Stations nt 8 1' . M. "T" indicates trace bl precipitation. L. A. WELSH , Observer What Doconibor lias llecn. OMAHA. Nov. ia The clUot of the Weather bureau directs the publication , of the following data , compiled from the rec ord of observations for the month of De cember , taken ntitllls.statlon for a period of twenty-three ( years. It is believed that the tacts thus set forth will prove at Interest to the public , as well as the speqlal student , showlnjr as they do the average and ejt- treme conditions x > f the more Important meteorological elements and the range within which suChj variations may be ex pected to keep , during any corresponding month : ! Temperature : Mean or normal tempera ture , 2 < i degrees. The warmest December was that of 16S9 , with nn average of S3 degrees. The coldest December was that of 1879. with on averages of 17 degrees. The highest tem perature during any December was CS de grees , on December 21 , 18S9. The lowest temperature during any De cember was 17 degrees below zero , on December 22 , 1831. Average date on which llrst "killing" frost occurred ( in autumn ) , September 21. Average date on which last "killing" frost occurred ( In spring ) , April 15. I Precipitation ( ralp and melted snow ) : Av erage for the month , 0.23 inch. Average number of days wiUi .01 of an inch or more , 7. The greatest monthly precipitation was 2.14 Inches In 1877. The least monthly pre cipitation was .OS Inch in 1899. The greatest amount of preclp tatlon recorded in any twenty-four consecutive hours was 1.00 Inches on December 14 , 1891. The greatest amount of snowfall recorded in twenty-four consecutive hours ) ( record extending to winter of 1884-5 only ) was 13.0 Inches , on December C and 7,1189i. Clouds and Weather : Average number of cloudless days , 10. Average number of partly cloudy days , 12. A-verage number of cloudy days , 9. ' 1 Wind : The prevailing winds have been from the northwest The highest velocity of the wind during buy December was lltty miles , on December 4 , 1885. L. A. WELSH , Observer. 1IAHVUST EXCURSIONS SOUTH. Via the \Vulmsh It. 1C. On November 20 , December 4 and , 18 , the Wabash will nell tickets at one faro , with $2 added. For tickets or a copy ol the Homeseekera * Guldo call at Wabash of fice. 1602 Farnam street , or write. Q. N. CLAYTON. N. W. P. Agt. . Omaha. Cz.iroivltch Is Not Dciid. ST. PETERSBURG , Nov. 30. There Is no truth in the report from Odessa that the Grand Duke George , the czarcwltch , died Sunday. Accept None of the Pretended Substitutes FOR Baking Powdei * TECAUSE inferior and cheaper made baking preparations are U sold at wholesale at a price so much lower than ROYAL , Some f * - grocers are urging consumers to buy thein in place of the ROYAL at the same retail price. If you desire to try any of the. pretended substitutes for I&YAL BAKING POWDER bear in mind that they are all made from cheaper and inferior ingredients , and are not so great in leavening strength nor of equal money value. Pay the price of the ROYAL BAKING POWDER for the ROYAL only. fc It is still more important , however , that ROYAL. BAKING POWDER is purer and more wholesome and makes better , .finer , and more healthful food than any other baking powder or preparation. ROYAL B AKIN Q POWDER.CO. , 106 WALL ST. , NEW-YORK. IIAYDENS' ' GREAT SHOE SALE For Honest Values It Beats 'Em ' All , SATURDAY PRICES ON GOOD HONEST WEAR We Mint Cut Down Our Jtumrnto Stock Fully One-Half lu thn Next Three Weeks Wo Depend on Our Prices to Do It. COLD FEGT1 What's the use when you can get a pair of Russian felt slips for 4Sc ? Ladles' $2.00 felt shoes , lace or congress , $1.25. Boys' genuine calfskin leggings at $2.00. These retail anywhere In town for $3.00 and $3.60. Ladles' all wool jersey leggings , $1.GO. Overgalters , 7Gc ; sold In a regular way they bring $1.25. This Is the greatest opportunity wo ever offered the people to get n pair of fine , styl ish shoes at an astonishingly low price , JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES ! Ladles' fine dongola patent tip hand welt button shoe that sells any place In the city for $5.00 , wo offer Saturday for $2.48. This shoo we have In thin toes , narrow square , opera and PIcadllly toes. Ladles' cloth top , patent tip square toe , $3CO shoo at $1.98. These are extra value. Ladles' dongola pat tip , square and opera toes , $3.50 shoes , $1.98. Do wo sell the LUDLOW SHOE ? Well , should say we do. We have them In opera , Philadelphia and narrow toes. The $5.00 hand welt lace and button In any toe we offer at $3.75. These are the best value ever quoted , Ludlow's goods arc all stamped with his name. BROOKS BROS , hand welt stock tip square toe , always sold by us at' $4,50 , wo are gotn ) to put In at $3.00. These are the genuine walking boot. BROOKS BROS , flno vlcl kid button shoe square and plcadllly toes , that are positively worth $5.00 , go at $3.00. We have these shoes in all sizes and widths. Remember the place and time. HaydenV Saturday shoe sate. HAYDEN BROS. Expected Ilobbera Fulled to Appear. ARDMORE , I. T. , Nov. 30. It has leaked out that the Gulf , Colorado & Santa Fe Rail road company were expecting a holdup by the Cook gang , near here. The company organized a guard for the express and passen ger trains , both north and southbound. The would-be robbers did not show up. Government tests show that Dr. Price's Baking Powder has a leavening strength of ICG cubic Inches per ounce. The New York Powder credited with Its ammonlcal gas has but 1CO.G. Without ammonia It tests only 163. lloutckecpcr hccloy In Cnimdn , NEW YORK , Nov. 30. Lawyer Angel ad mits that his client , Samuel C. Seeley , the fugitive bookkeeper of the Shoe and Leather bank , Is In Canada , adding that , according to the levlsed statutes of the United States , he can not be extradited from that country. IT'S OX SIXTiiCNTIl STICUKT. Near llnuglna , Opposite Iloston Start , That's where the genuine sale takes place. Men's nice overcoats. $1.50 ; socks , 2c a pair ; men's elegant suits , $2.98 ; mufflers , 9c ; boys' long ulsters , 89c ; hats , worth up to $3.00 , pick for 2Gc ; men's elegant pants , S9c wool socks , 4c ; waiter jackets , worth up to $1.25 , choice 25c ; Men's black worsted suits , $4.25 ; large valises , 39c ; men's fine flannel shirts , dark colors and heavy weight , 19c ; light welghtknee pants to close , 5c , mostly small sizes ; fur overcoats way down ; boys' strong sjits , 7Gc ; blue handkerchiefs , Ic : line men's suits and overcoats for what the buttons and linings are worth , as It's ordered that every dollar's worth should be turned Into money at once. RECEIVERS' SALE , 115 S. IGth St. , opposite Boston Store. FOR SATURDAY. LlkoThlsSlS.OO. of flno Imported Iluskot C'loth , half silk lined , velvet collar , largo pearl buttons , uutll now iold at $20,00. Saturday $16.03. Same Style $20. Satno trimmings made of flno Trench Hondo Clutli , has been $ .25.00 all Boason Saturday $ .20.00. We've lots of 'cm cheaper and bettor , can plcaso everybody , as have received largo shipments of .new things today. fUfSCOFlELD U l\m.FURs. Cor , 16th and f-arnam Sis , , PAXTON BLOCK. We have always Instate ! upon celling Rood Hall Furniture , and wo etlll held the came 'sentiments as we point to this latest de sign ot a Hall Settle. You can tee In It the best points of recent styles. U Is Hastlake In Its lines : the Renalsganc } has supplied the dceoatlvo de tails , and the Empire has stamped Its mount ings. ings.Add Add to this one of our flno hall mirrors , which Is a piece of the heaviest beveled plate ; tbo hooks are of brass ovar an Inch In thick ness , and each detail Is burdened with a thought. > * * * The lowest prices In Omaha. Charles Shiverick & Co. FURNITURE of Evary Ooiorlptla.i Temporary Location , 12Ol nntl I'-'OH DOIIIIS Stroaf , MILLAUD HOTEL BLOCK. 3t 'flint's n mystery. Take ( Payne ) and work out the two missing words. Cut it out nnd bring it to the Nebraska , Stat ing your height , weight nnd appetite , whether married or willing to be , nnd in return the Hrst successful nnswcr will n receive Hrst prize , ' -a guess on how soon the canal will be built. " 12ach answer must be accompanied by elcventecn fl cents worth of Columbian stamps. Little folks' clothes nre nearly everywhere sold on the same ridiculous guessing plan. Guess it is worth so much more , because the patterns are desirable , or perhaps Mrs. So nnd So's boy wears one of 'em , nnd the demand might in crease. ' - & ! We don't trouble ourselves about what others do , but what we do. No guessing here. Small boys' suits arc here well represented. Large collection of patterns and styles , perhaps not the prettiest in the land , according to some queer tastes , but they're the best from the best houses in the country. Can't do any better unless we could com. municate with planet Mars. There is no guess work about our prices either the only guessing arc at is how many new patrons each suit will make. Our prices arc n motto , "cheaper bought cheaper sold. " Twn Wc nrc "blc to fl 1 WU B0od a suit as anyone at $ U.50. This week in particular. Got a hold of n tremendous lot of children's clothes lately , when our buyer was ransacking i.j the markets for second purchases. f For Three Seventy-Five Sf .rr score of new designs and styles. They're cheap at S5.00 and reasonable at $0.00. They're of cassimcrc , worsted , tweed , cheviot well prepared to challenge the requirement of n real good boy. Fnr Twn-an'a-QnartAr A llnc of boy9' cnpc rUI IWU-cUl d-l Ucilim overcoats and ulsters of excellent material , ' si/.es up to 13 yenrs , is another good thing for this week. They're worth Sl-.OO. The rest , as to make and fit , AVC leave this to your judgment. This is children's week. Lo oc after the little one's wardrobe - I robe and if you need some elollis , look around town and -\vindupat our place. Economy demands such a shopping. TO TfllSll -a 1 I We mean of things that cause sickness and distress. lias It npt occurred to you th i every now nud then you fhouln cleaiiso and purify your system ? You got "lovy , " "bilious , ' have aches nnd palm for ono joason and another. KKKV YOVK lir.n'Jlt lin.ir.TUY. Cttro ] foryour.VJf/trot/.s' Si'HTKJI. Impttro blood and ' 'broken tip" nerves \\illsoon wreck tljo most healthy por-on. | LOa.lX'S KAltHM'AniT.KA ANn VKKKItl' Is goltiB to the front more rapidly , glvlnn better satisfaction and producing better results than any known remedy. 'V Try It and boo for yourself the benefits to bj derived from Its Uie. "Up to date. " The best. Nonootliurliko it. None compares with it. Logan's Sata.iparllla and Celery , For sale by druggists. r 1'ioparodby Logan S.irsipnrllla and Celery Company , Ornnhn Nebraska. I'rtcotl.O per bottlorO bottles for$3 03. Slilppoil ly express to any part of tlio Unltod States. "fes. Wo onii the marrclom French I " * * ItemedCALTHOS frw , nn < l It Hal KU ranteuthnt CiiTllos wlllj , CITItK Kpr rmstorrhea. urieoccle I nail HUM rollKIxiit Vleor. | Use it and , VON MOHL CO. , Oat * American AfftBtf , llarlanlU , Ohio. I ( 0) ) HOW'S YOUR FIGURE ? Trim ? Straight ? Well-Devel oped ? Then don't spoil it with ready-made clothes , cut to fit anybody j wear clothes that fit that were made for you. HOW'RE OUR FIGURES ? Suits . . $13.25 Pants . . $3.00 Topcoats . $10.25 ( Fine Metton. ) Mjde tp measure to fit you perfectly ; upeior material , latest styles. ADDOURFICURE8 TO YOUR FIGURE And the result will delight you. I PANTS 408 North 10th , Omaha. Purely Vegetable. Prepared from the original fo rnula pro rervcdln tlie Archives of the Holy tamlhav ag an authentic history dating baa * GOO years. A POSITIVE CURE for all Stomach , Kidney and Bowel troubles , especially CHRONIC CONSTIPATION Frloa CO aentn. Sold by all druggists. The Franciscan Remedy Co. 131 VAirORE.f BY , , CHICAGO , IIX. vli for Circular ia < il Illustrated Calendar. For sale by Kulin & Co. , 15tli & Douglas STRAIGHTEN UP THE I n the way they ehould goby using Shoulder Braces. We have them AT ALL PRICE * The Aloe & Penfold Co. , J IDS FAUNAM ST. 1HE TJON DBUQ HOUSI