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THE OMAHA 1)AILY ) UEE : SUTs DAY , OOTO1JEK 1C , 181)8. )
RATES TO TOUCH BOTTOM Railroad * Begin to Drop Para to Oatch the Waiting Travel , MILWAUKEE LEADS OFF IN ANNOUNCING Two Dnyfi for lomi I'eople to Conic to Oinnlin. for I.ltllc More Tlutii Their Time Other MUCH In till' AlOA C-IIICMt , The passenger men of the Omaha terminal lines who havu succeeded In keeping up Tales thus far during the exposition are to drop the rates to n point within the reach of all during the fast week of October. The i educed rates already announced for Mon day , Tuesday nnd Wednesday of next week are away below anything offered to Omaha by the railroads during Jubllco week. What these rates will do to move tbo thousands who want to sco the big show before It closes will be the rates that will be put In during the last week. Thn Northwestern , the Milwaukee , the Burlington nnd the Rock Island railroads , In connection with connecting Ion a lines , have formed an agreement to grant unusu ally low rules to Omaha for the last week of Cho cxpostlnn. With a maximum rate of $5 from Iowa points along the Mississippi river and lower rates frona points In Iowa between the two big rivers , It Is believed that even the great at tendance of lowans at tbo exposition on Iowa day will bo exceeded. All of the Iowa lines entering Omaha will offer additional train service for October 25 , 2fi and 27. The first notice of the rates agreed on was given by the Milwaukee road yesterday. General Western Agent Fred A. Nosh of the Milwaukee road yesterday received a telegram from the general passenger de partment of the company In Chicago an nouncing that the lowest rates that lm\e been offered during the exposition will be put Into effect for Wednesday and Thursday , Oclobcr 26 and 27 , and the company Is mak ing plans to move all that part of lovfa that borders 'on Its line Into Omaha on these days. The telegraphic announcement received la as follov.sVo : have Just agreed with the Iowa lines to run special cheap excursion trains Into Omaha from points as far east na Mississippi river termini on Tuesday night , October 25. The rate from all Mis sissippi river points will bo $5 for the round trip ; from Cedar Rapids , $3.50 ; from DCS Molncs. $2.50. with graded rates from Inter mediate points graded proportionately. "Tho excursion tickets will be good going only on special trains. They will bo good to return on regular trains on October 26 nnd 27 and on tbo special train to leava Omaha on the night of October 27. A spe cial train from Dee Molncs will stait on the morning of October 26 and arrive In Omaha at ll30 ; a. in. The special train from the -main line will arrive In Omaha on Wednes day monlng at 6:30 : a. m. We are anxious to make October 26 and 27 big Iowa days and will co-operato with the exposition manage ment for advertising It extensively. " AMOX < J nikhnrit nnil Omntm Men Shift Aliout , Follow I n IT Iliirrln. E. C. Harris , division superintendent of the Fremont , Elkhorn & Missouri Valley railroad at Chadron , Nob. , has just resigned his position to accept service with another company. It Is quite generally reported In railway circles that ho Is coming to tbo Union Pacific , as a number of other Elkhorn - horn officials have recently. President Burt of the Union Pacific Bays he knows "nothing whatever about the matter. " Harris Is well known In Omaha , having formerly been superintendent of the Elk- horn's telegraph department. Then he was transferred to iho operating department at Norfolk , Neb. , with the title of division superintendent. In 1891 bo was made divi sion superintendent of the Elkhorn at Chad ron , Neb. , and has been there ever since. Ho U a middle-aged man and one of the best railroaders on the Elkhorn road. The place left by Harris at Chadron will bo filled by the appointment of Frank A. Harmon , now division freight agent of the Elkhorn at Deadwood , S. D. Harmon will have the same title as Harris had division ( superintendent. G. G. Dcnnlb of Omaha , who has been the local freight agent of the Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha road In this city for a number of years , gets the place made vacant by the promotion of Harmon. Ho will leave for Deadwood to take charge of his new office next week. C J. B. Elsaffer of this city has been ap pointed local freight agent of the Omaha road to succeed Dennis. The new freight agent at Webster street station has here tofore beea ticket agent at the same sta tion , and before coming hero was agent of the Omaha road at Blair. TukliiK the Dliiloinnt * Home. The special train of the Chicago & North western railway that bore the members of the diplomatic corps who have been In at tendance at the Peace Jubilee hero this week back to Washington from Omaha ar- ilvcd It ! Chicago at noon on Saturday. The train left hero , at midnight on Friday under the care of Assistant Superintendent Feigu- son and Division Superintendent Ashton of the. Northwestern and was given the same careful attention on Its eastbound trip as when it brought the diplomats out to Omaha. In order to prevent the possibility of any at the distinguished strangers mis taking their station General Agent Kuhti had a man at each of three passenger stations to direct the diplomats and they saved cav- eral of the diplomats from being left. The train consisted of eight elegantly appointed sleeping cars , solid vestlbuled. In Chicago the Northwestern railway en tertained the diplomats for several hours yoaterday afternoon , while they were wait ing tor their train by driving them about the city and extending to them the courte sies of the Union League club. Pirs'dent ' Wattles of the exposition directory w.is naked to make some provision for the en tertainment of the exposition guiMt * during their wait for the Washington tralu In Chicago cage but declined , saying that ho could do nothing for the party after U had left Omaha. Stvnmcrn to Snliliic I'IIHH. The first steamer of the ne.v line of the Southern Pacific running between Sablne " Pass , Tex. , and New York City arrived at the new Texas gulf port yeattvday morning . with a big cargo from New York , The second - end steamer Is scheduled to arrive on Tues day and after that date weekly service will be offered. Sablne Pass is the gulf ( art established by the Southern Pacific railroad and Is largely backed by tba Kountio Brohtttrs .bankers of Omaha , New York and D nv r. > ote , G. H. Crockett , ticket auditor of the 1'ull- ' man company , and Mrs. Crockett are In the city from Chicago. George Morton of the general freight offices of the Burlington in Chicago is In the city and Is as enthusiastic over the exposition und its success as ever. On Thursday , between the hours of 4-30 p. m. and midnight , going out there were 04 cars and fourteen Btccpers , with a total of 13,080 people. " C. E. Ellis , general agent of the Oregon Railroad and Navigation company and the Oregon Short Line at Seattle , Wash. , 1s In the city. He nays Klondike traffic Is very much ulhc. H. G Burt president of the Union Pacific ratlioad , has returned from his Inspection of .tho company's llnta in Kansas , which he on bla way home from the annual meeting of the Union Pacific In Salt Lake City.C. . C. B , Maxwrll , traveling freight agent of the Union Pacific In Kansas , died In Kansas City on Friday night from a nervous nullc- tlon. Although ho had been 111 for some time his dcnth was a surprise to the freight officials of the road here. Maxwrll was fa\orably known among the railroad men In Omaha. Ho was stationed hero In the early ' 80's as constructing freight agent of the Wabash railroad. Then be waa appointed freight agent of the Union Pacific , and about 1890 was transferred to Kansas by the same company. THIEVES DO A GOOD BUSINESS SncnlfN nnil IlurKlnr * Mnkc the NlRht u t'rofltnhle One In Vnrlotin AVn > for Thein rlr . Potty thieves and burglars were active Friday night. William Gentleman's grocery store at Six teenth and Cass streets was entered by a rear door and two' 100-pound bags of sugar wore stolen. At Hoffman & Schnaubor's meat market , 1302 Chicago street , $10 worth of meat was stolen by sneak thieves. Ninety centa was secured by thieves from the cash register at S. Kreldes' grocery store , 3802 Sherman avenue , before they were heard and scared away by the proprietor. At the homo of Adallno Miller , 31i ! South Fifteenth street , the night prowlers were more lucky Here they secured from Miss Miller's room a zither , album and $3Q. Tno tubs of butter waa the penalty paid by W. B. Rlddcll of 1015 Howard street for leaving valuable goods over night 111 a de livery wagon In an alley. P. H. Frltzshaw of Sallna , Mo. , took a room at a lodging house at 1719 CUmtng street Friday night. Ho put his pockctbook containing $35 under his pillow for safe keeping. When ho got up in the morning ho forgot It , When he returned to the reemIt It waa gone. Thomas Cassldy of 300 State street , Chicago cage , wont Into Tom Rock's place Friday night. Ho now mourns the loss of his rail road ticket and $60 In money. Joseph Boyd of 1C21 Manderson street was the heaviest loser. Some sneak thief entered his room while he was asleep and stole $460 from his vest pocket. Boyd Is an engravef for the Llbby Glass company on the grounds. FEDERAL BUILDING NOTES. A civil service examination for the inter nal revenue service was held today at the old postofilco building. Eight applicants took the examination. The October term of the federal court will resume Its session at Lincoln next Monday , and the offices of the United States marshal , attorney and cleik in this city will be vir tually deserted in the meantime. , Walter Thomas Hathaway of Nebraska City has petitioned the United States court to be declared a bankrupt. His personal property , which embraces dental furniture and appli ances. Is scheduled as worth about $200 , and he holds It as cxemnt. His debts amount to about $700. W. A. Rule , cashier of the National Bank of Commerce at Kansas City , and wife , Charles E. Flnlev and wife. Will Hulblg and wife , and Will Davis and wife , all o"T Kansas Cttv. came to Omaha this morning to spend a few days at the exposition. hueM for IIIn lloj'x Arm. A damage suit for $25,000 against the Cud any Packing company has been brought In the district court bv Willhm W. Llvlncc- ston In behalf of his 9-vear-old nephew , Richard Livingston , for personal Injuries to the latter in the Sioux City packing housj. The boy , according to the complaint , was employed to feed the "hasher , " a tallow- cutting machine , which bad not been prop erly repaired , the bench ho had to stand on not having been secured to tho. wood work. Hence , he alleges , the bench gave way , on July 30 last , and the boy was thrown Into the hopper of the machine and his left arm was cut off above the elbow by tbe revolving knives. Sultii fur Divorce. Two moro dlvon suits were filed yester day. William List sues Kdith List on the ground of Infidelity. He alleges he was compelled to marry her under durest , , V Otturawa , la. . In April , 1895. Anna Cae"el flies a complaint against James Chesel on the grounds of brutal treatment up to August 12. last , and desertion from that time. She says , also , that bo refused an offer cf work and would not provide for her. They w remarried married in this county a year ago last March. , * Mnrrlnicr Iilccimcii. County Judge Baxter Issued the following marriage licenses yesteiday : Name and Residence , Age. Christian A. Jorn. Verdon , Neb 34 Emma S. Schrader. Verdon. Neb 25 Peter Drown , Sioux County , Neb 53 Mrs. Mary U. Ladd. Dallas , Tex 41 John Krelcl. Omaha 21 Lizzie Spltlulk. Omaha 23 Max Moskowskl. Omaha 23 Sarah Kline. Omaha , - . . . . redillcr Who Htolr. Allen Smith , a peddler , entered the kitchen of Mrs. J. T. Hope , Twenty-ninth nnd Harney Streets , yesterday morning to sell her a bushel of potato ? ? . A pocket-book containing $3 was lying on a table when he entered. When he left , it also left. It was found in his possession when he was later arrested. PENSIONS IfOIl WESTEIIX VETERANS. HurvlvorM of Cl\ll War Henieuibered liy the Government. WASHINGTON. Oct. IB. ( Special. ) Pen sions have been granted to the following : Issue of October 4 : Nebraska Original . Charles C. Wills , Grove Island , $8 ; George S. Mills , Oakdalp , $12. Original widows , etc. : Amanda Slay- back , Bernard , $12. Iowa Original- David Burns , dead , K\- Ira. $12 ; Nathan Thorn. Waukeo , $8. In crease : John Stephenson , Wlnterset , $ S. Original widows , etc. : William M. Lang. father , Straw berry Point , $12 ; Margaret J. Burns , Exlra , $ S. Colorado Original Michael Cunnlnger , Denver , $6. Original widows , etc. : Mary J , Knowles. Greeley , $8. South Dakota Original : Henry A. Phlll- llps. ' . Alexandria. $8. Original widows , etc. . Rachel Near. Alcestcr. $ S. Montana Increase : John W. Krise. Liv ingston , $6 to $ S. North Dakota Original : John A. Blalch , Mandan , $8. tleKlitrntloii In \v > v York. NEW YORK. Oct. 15. Complete returns of the first day of registration In Greater New York shows a total of 103.332 , against 199,588 the first day last jenr. The registra tion continues today and the next Friday and Saturday. The falling off In registra tion may be , In part at least , attributed to the fact that the afternoon and evening were stormy. THE UEAI.TY MAHICCT. INSTRUMENTS placed on record Saturday , October IS , 1898 : Wnrrnnty Drrdn. S. J. Walker und husband to H. A. Walker. lot 19 , block W ; lot 8 , block C9. Florence . $ 1 E. I. M. Tukey and husbund to A. L. Pregler. n 34 feet of n 103 feet lot 33 , Hedlck'H 2d add . 1,100 D. V. Munroe and wife to Tukey & Allen , lots 1 $ and 19 , block 3 , Clifton Hill . 1 M. a , Storz and husband to Omaha HrewliiK association , part lot 1 , block 246. Omaha , and pare ad ] , Bt. . 2,500 Thomas HiUton , truste * . to O. W. Hare , trustee ; lots 2 and 3 , block 2 , Denlse's add . . . . . . . . 1 Unit Clnlm llerdk. T. J. Rowan to M. U. Uowan. lot J ! . block 131. South Omaha ; lots 1 and 2. block 7 , Potter & C'H 2d ad , . . . , . J , II. Moorhcad and wife to H. J. Walker , lot 19. block 96 , Florence. . . 1 C. T. Morton and wife to B. I M. Tukey. n 34 feet of H 103 feet lot 3 * , Iledtck's 2d add . 2,000 City of Omaha to Annie Walllnu , part lots 3 and C , block 190 , Omaha. , , . 1 Doetli. Special Master to Thomas Hatton. trustee , lots 2 nnd 3 , block ! , Penlse's add. . . . . . . _ 600 Total amount of transfers . ? ,103 ,103I I , SEW CROWDS ARE COMING IN Morning Trains on All the Roads Bring Large Delegations. CHILDREN OF ALL AGES IN THE THRONG llniiKc Itnnn from ClKlit ( u .Sixty Yrnrn nnil All Are llcnt oil Soulntr tliu mid Other Uinnlia Attrni'tlniiN , Saturday le not usually considered a big day by railroad men ( or crowds of exposition visitors , but yesterday morning's tialns had many extra cars attached to them , they were all crowded and several special trains supple mented the work of the regular train serv ice In bringing In folks to ece the big show. The Uunlon PaclDc brought In two heavy excursion trains , on ah ofhleh there were about 1,000 persons. The first to arrive was from Stromsburg , rteb. , and Intermediate points on the Omaha & Republican Valley branch. It pulled Into the union shed at 11:35 : a. in. with thirteen cars back of ouo of the Omaha-bum engines , and there was scarcely a vacant scat to bo seen in any of the cars. The aecond excursion train over the Union Pa cific did not get In until a little after 2 o'clock yetitcrday afternoon on account of tlio crowds at points along the lino. The train started from Manhattan , Kan. , with several oral hundred pupils of the Agricultural college lego there and filled up rapidly between that town and the Exposition city. The Burlington had two long trains In from the west yesterday morning a few mlu- utes before 11 o'clock. The first carried four- tceu coaches and the second had twelve , and all of the cars were filled. On. the first * train was theexcursion of persons supposed to bo children who came to the exposition from Table Hock , Neb. , and Intermediate points to help celebrate Children's day. If they were children when they left home they developed Into men and women very rapidly when they got aboard the train. They ranged from IS years of ago up , com paratively few being of school age. A nota ble exception was found In two special cars attached to the first Durllgton train. These were occupied by eighty-six pupils of the Central Christian Sunday school of Lincoln , In charge of Superintendent N. K. Grlggs. The Milwaukee came In from the east with a double-header and three special cars were attached to the regular train from Chicago for the benefit of a party of sixty civil engineers and their wives. Among the engineers were noticed the following : Al fred Nobfc , president Western Society of En gineers and member of the United States Board of Engineers on Deep Waterways ; Irving Hits , civil engineer , Unltod States Inspector of Chicago river Improvements ; Louis M. Mann of Oshkosh , United States assistant engineer , In charge of Vo\ river Improvements ; Isham Randolph , chief en gineer sanitary district of Chicago ; Lcroy K. Sherman of Lockport , civil engineer sani tary district of Chicago ; Clarence li. Crafts , assistant engineer northeastern lake tunnel ; Oscat Sanne of Milwaukee , W. II. Roberts , R. D. Sevmour. H. C. Martin. C. C Stowell , D. J. Whlttcmore , C. L. Cobb , A. Sorg , C. U. Schauffer , J. C. Stevens , G. W. Cope , II. N. Elmer , O. J. Wescott , T. P. Kellogg , C. V. Chase and J. F. Lewis. Up at the Webster street station the sev eral branch lines of the Northwestern sys tem all emptied many carloads of children Into the city to help celebrate Children's day. There were extra cars from Emerson , St. Paul , Tecumsch and other Nebraska points for the children. The Missouri Pa cific also brought In a large number from Nebraska City , Hiawatha and other points south of Omaha. Out-of-tho-clty travel was heavy on Sat urday morning , but not so heavy as the ar rivals. The Burlington had three blj ; trains out , thirty cars for. the east and twelve for the west. The Union Pacific had an unusually long train out In the "Overland Limited , " which was followed by a well- filled local. UNION PACIFIC ASKS PERMIT Incomplete Speclllcutlonn Deliiy Innnc of I'crinlMNlon to Erect the Men- Union Depot. The Union Pacific Railroad company yes terday applied at the office of Building Inspector Butler for a permit to erect Its now union depot at Tenth and Leavenworth streets Owing to the absence of some minor specifications , the permit was not issued , but these will be forthcoming on Monday and then the permit wllf bo given. In connection with the application the railroad company filed full and complete plans for the structuw. These plans are unusually complete ana are set out upon a ticoro or more of blue prints. They indicate that a line structure will bo put up , AccordIng - Ing to the specifications the depot will cost $300.000 and a permit in that sum will be issued. Mortality Stntlxtlcn. Yesterday was a quiet day In the birth and death record. But ono o' each was re ported to the health commissioner during the i twenty-four hours ending at noon. They arc : Birth Jens Nelson. 251 South Thirty-first street , boy. Death Patrick BIssel , 101 South Ninth street , 34 years. Hold * IlncU 1'roclnmntlon , Owing to the possibility that the $200,000 market house ordinance will bo repealed , Mayor Moores has postponed the Issuance of the proclamation for a special election. It will probably not be made public until af'c- the regular meeting of the city council on next Tuesday night. Omaha Water Company Ollleerx , The following officers and directors of the Omaha Water company will arrive In Omaha Sunday morning , in a special car attached to the Milwaukee train from Chicago- President Theodore C. Woodbury , of Woodbury - bury & Moulton , bankers , Portland , Me. ; Vice President Frederick Strauss , of J. & W. Sellgnmn & Co. . bankers , New York City ; Wlnthrop Smith , of Wlnthrop Sraun , & Co. , bankers , Philadelphia , William R. Nicholson , president of the Land Tide and Trust company , Philadelphia ; r. M. Colston , of Wilson , Colston & Co. . bankers , Balti more ; E. Stevens , secretary. Most of the gentlemen will bo accompanied by their wives , and are coming especially to visit the exposition , and while here will examine the water plant. Y. W. O. A. Xotei. Misa Helen M. Cole of Boston. Mass. , so well known through her work In the Woman's clubs , will speak In the gospel meeting Sunday afternoon In the Young Women's Christian association rooms , Pa-.tou block , at 4 o'clock. MUs Cole read a paper with great acceptance before the Federation of Woman's Clubs in Pe-ivcr last spring , and has since been workinc In Colorado. She will speak here on "The Study of tbe Bible , " giving Interpretative readings. The meeting will bo open to all who may crre to come , for many ministers and other men will be glad to hear Miss Cole , and will bo very welcome at 4 o'clock. Miss Elizabeth FUb of Noank , Conn. , a recent graduate of tbe Anderson Normal School of Gymnastics , arrived yesterday on the Burlington. Miss Fish will teach tbe young women of. Brownell hall four morn ings each week , and will board there , but she is the physical director of tbe Young Women's Christian association and will have full charge of the work , which will open early in November , firrmnn War hhln at \ < MV Orlenn * . NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 15. The German man-of-war Geir , Captain Jacobson , arrived at Quarantine today from Vt-ra Cruz , on Its way to New Orleans. I I OUR This beautiful Brocaded Skill latest cut velveteen faced In blue , black and blue black , nil lined throughout In all slzqs worth J4.60-thls sale 145 This beautiful Boucle ladles' Cape , full length , lined throughout with silk , high storm collar , trimmed with Thibet fur. In ull sizes , a beauty , worth R OR S13.50-thls week U 9 < 3 ThlH Ladles' Electric Col larette , finest quality , with thros rows marten tails , trimmed with Astrakhan , satin lined throughout a bargain at $1550 O TfC this week U IU This Ladies' beautiful Jacket , In Boucle , Melton , Kersey and Beaver. In all sizes and colors , silk lined throughout , with or without Htorm collar , with the latest cutaway effect , actually worth $1350fl IK this week IU 19 This handsome Silk Plush Cape , In ull sizes , with Thibet fur , lined throughout actual value $950 M " 1C this week 4 10 This handdoine Misses' Jacket , In Beaver , Melton , Rouen Irish Frieze goods , sizes from 8 years to 1C , In all colors , nicely made , with patent back , trimmed with buckle and braid , honestlv worth J7.50-thls A 71- week * p I 0 OUR EASY TERMS On a 1)111 ) of $20.00-1.00 Per Week or iH.OO I'er Month. On n 1)111 ) of $30.K ( > -S1.W ) I'or Week or $0.00 Per Month. On n 1)111 ) of ? 50.00-2.00 Per Week or ? 8.00 Per Mouth. Ilndlant Peninsular Base Burner ? , full nlcklcd trim mings , a beauty In every sense of the word , KiMrnntced to bo a coal bavcr worth Od " 7C f.4thl3 week 6413 Coral llaso Burners , nicely finished In nickel , rec ommended by the fuctorv and by ourselves to Iw a io.il saver , worth $20 1 this wuk I Air tight Sheet lion Iloatcrs iniaranteed to hold lire 40 hours puts all closely riveted , muklhs it air tlshl north $9.75- C this week w Coial O.Of He.itets , trimmed with nickel , ccrtalnlv a beauty , worth $10.00 7 7K thla week I Iw Now pplendld Oil Itcnters-guurantcd to lea\o no odor woith $9 30- . .475 . . thls week . . . . . j Star Kstute Steel Unugcs-the. very llnest thliiR bullt-wltli nil i-toselv riveted putts- lined throughout with tempered steel , asbestos nlllnt , ' , lalgo oven-Guaranteed to b the finest steel range constructed worth $ 10.00 OC Kfl tills week * * U Cnst Iron Hanse. with very large oven , lined throughout , very heavily 'Inf-d ' parts all closely rlvltcd. which wo also recommend and guarantee-worth $ ni50JO "JC this week * * * Carpet TII11C15 Ilia L'AIII'UT I1A11GAIAS Bargain No. 1 Acry line nil wool Ingialu Carpet , very pretty pattern , closely woven , a thoioughly good cai not that sells reg ularly ul 73e per an- yard-thls - week * ? O\i Bargain No. 2 Tapestry Brussels Carpets , In all high gr.ido colorings and good designs and very heavy weave , worth regularly iOc , this week Bargain No. 3 Lust , but not least , a beautiful Axmlnstcr Carpet In ilch design and beautiful color , BomothlnK extremely Rood , regular price , $1.23 , with or without borders , this week Blp Furniture Bargain No. 1 Bedroom Suit , consisting of btd , dresser , commode. two chali.s one rocker and one center table t.evcn . nieces In all handsomely finished in antique and well made , worth regularly 1950 Solid Oak Sideboards , with bevel plute mltror und highly polished rich design , big value , worth $ aoo-thls week jfjIE Bargain No. 3 Extension Table , pretty design und very substantial we have 103 of these tables worth regularly $1250 prlco thin tfl "TC week . IU Iw .bargain No. 4-Comblnalion Bookcase and Desk bolld oak or mahogany finish , piano polish and verv pretty , worth retsularly ft * JC $2QOO-thl3 week . 9 IU Bargain No. 5 Flve-pleco Parlor Suit , upholstered In Hllk tapestry , rich colorings , all spring edge , oak or mahogany llnlsh frame , OQ Rn worth $40.00-thls week . O UU ing Oept. BarRaln No. 1 Lai go size Comforts , Rood coverlncr. well made worth $350 I TC this week . . I Iw Bargain No. 2-Cotton Blankets , gray , with red stripe , border , bis bargain at $1 i5 7 Jr ( this ; week I ' Bargain No 3 All Wool Blankets , In grayer or red , 10-4 size-worth $9.tf > - A OK this we k * * fc * Pillowb , well Bargain No 4-Six-pound tilled , with good ticking-worth $2 50- I Jfl this week lw Picture Frame Depi. 1,500 feet Flor entine pattern , sold burnished points moulding' , worth 35o foot , this week , per foot 9c C75 ft. imitation Birds' Uye Maple Mould- Ing , something now , worth 20c , this week , Cg So" feet la'rBe"4"ln"fc'oid ! burnished MouldK IIIKS , worth 20c foot , this week , per foot. . tJb 1,500 feet Room Moulding. In oak or ma- Q hoc-unv. this week , per foot W Wo make the above Moulding up in any size frame desired free , of charge. trunk Depf Embossed metal corner trunks llat top , equip ped with rollers , good lock and strong hasps worth $1.50 tnls O OR week . . .S fcO Wall Trunks made bo the trunk can bo opened without drawing from the wall ; entire ly different from any ordi nary trunk heavily lined throughout , with steel corners one of the strongest Trunks that money can buy , CAR and is a bargain at $11.00-ths ! week . . . D * f 3 Fancy Goods and Cook Docks Beautiful hand decorated Celluloid Hand kerchief Boxes , worth 75c , this week . . . . . 49c Beautiful hand decorated Celluloid Jewel 85c Boxed , worth $1,23 this week Beautiful hand decorated Glove Boxes 95c worth $1.50 this week Beautiful Decorated Hairpin Boxes , worth 29c C5cthis week . . . . President Cook Books 110 pages worth 29c $1.00 this week White * House Cook Books 475 pages- 95c worth $2.50-this-w eek Gut Glass and Bric-a-Brac Dent. Cut Glass Spoon Trays , very heavily 2 45 carved , worth $3.75 this week Cut Glass Sugar and Creamers , worth 675 19.75-thls week Cut Glass Oil Bottles worth $5.50-thl 275 week . , . , . , Cut Glass Water Bottles-worth $7.50 475 this week Jardlnlers , In all colors worth $1.25 this week . , This liHiidsminn Ladles' ii-gorcd French flounced SITKO Skill lined throughout worth W.50- C 7C this wc k . . . . . . .010 This ladles' handsome latest wool nud mohair , 5-Korcd Skirt-worth I A C $ J.75-thls week | 40 Lamp Dept. Three startling' bargains In Cioekiiry and Lamps. Don't pass by these won derful inducements in this department on our main door. Harsaln No. 1 A li.iiul- nome Dinner. Set of 100 pluces , made of the llnest ihigllsh scml-poirtMnln , decorated with beautiful pattcrnH , regular O * ] f\ price $ lGOO-thls wool : only U I U Bargain No. 2 Toilet Sets , beautifully decorated , In assorted rolois , largo size pieces and very line , ware woith icgulurly $175 this O OC week S.v5 JJ.irg.Un No. 3 A 17-ln. high Bradley & Hubbard Banauut Lump , made of heavily lacquered brass , has a large No. 3 burner nnd uuilppod with n pretty glebe decorated in natural O 1C colois , worth , complete , $500-thls week. . S I J M Drapery Sept , fi" ' Bargain No 1 Nottingham Lara Curtains , cluny effect , It'j. vds. . lone , G3-ln wide , buttonhole S edge , worth legulnr $ ! 50-thls I 7K weuk I BO Bargain No. 'i BrusKelB Net l.acp Curtains , full width und length , well covered with dc- tached figures , worth regular $ ' " 00 this week fl OC only * t fcw Bargain. No. 3 Satin .Drugget PortlcrrH , in two toned effects , full BO-In. wltlo by : i'i yds long , hand knotted fringe , pretty pattern worth regular $0 50 this O OK week M u Bargain No. I Oriental striped Drapery , 50 Inches , wide , largo variety of colorings , in Algerian 01 * Troge effects , makes an excellent drape , for dens and cozy corners , worth $ l.oO per yard , this week Wine. Glass Dollies worth 35c thl week Fruit Plate Dollies , size. C jxC'i worth B3c this week Beautiful Lunch Cloth , size 10x15 worth $225 this week Largo beautiful Lunch Cloth , beautiful patterns , with Immanso lot of work , worth $550 this week Extra largo Lunch Cloth , sizes 34x31 , with an Immense lot of work down to the center actual value $1250 this week Child H Toy Dresser , with nice mirror , worth 60c this OK n week . 0u Bojs' Tool Chest , consisting of everything used In a carpenter's outfit worth 45c Boys' Heavy Iron Wagons , with steel axles and llfth wheel 'worth $1.25 this week . Girls' Tricycle , heavily made , with stc-el axle , worth $9 50 this J week . fl- Rug B@pf. Bargain No. 1 30\CO-lneh Sa- kal Ilug.s , Turkish patterns , fringed , worth leg- ulurly $ ! 50-thls I QQ week only I ? > O Bargain No. 2 Art Sriuaies , In very pretty patterns , size 9x10 % feet , very serviceable , worth $10.00 this ww2k C "JC only 0 ID Bargain No. 3 Bauvals Axmlnster Uug , size 4-GxG-C , handsome oriental patterns , a very elegant rug , woith ngulaily fl " 7K $18.00-thls week only 13 10 Bargain No. 4 Sukal Rug , 7x10 feet , Ara bian and Persian patterns a big bar- ( O * JC gain woith regular J2300 this wek only If. IU Sewing Machine Department In this department offer our high grade Sewing Mncliino culled The Grand. It la a. jior- feet machine in every rea | eet. All joints nnd bearings uro cuso hurdcnod steel , with adjust able borows , to that the natural wear can betaken taken up , thereby making the umching as well udjuHtod after years of urajjoas whenllrst iibed. Has all the vary lntct > t attachment made in 6-ply quarter sawed oak , guaranteed not to warp , with piano finish , with which wo give u .1-venr written gmiriuitoo to do the work of uny S05 mnchino in the United States. n. _ n This week 2450 Silver-plated Table Spoons , worth $1.25 this wc k . . . 55c Silver-plated Teaspoons , worth 75c this week , . . . 25c Silver-plated Knives und Forks , very heavily plated , worth U 50 this week . 155 The above prices ara for u set of six This Ladles' Hlack and Blue Jacket , handsomely finished , with patent back and high stotm collar , very strongly made , latest tut , worth $ S 76 this week . Thin ludlcs' beautiful Silk Wnlst , In plaid , ceilco , black and majuntn , lined throughout , with detachable collar , latest bias corded ftont worth $950 this week * This Lidles' beautiful Black Melton Jacket , lined throughout with satin , large buttons , lateHt cut , double- breasted , In nil sizes , nkcly finished , with bound Beams und storm collar , worth $ ir..00-thln n 71- week 0 IU This Beautiful Capo , trim med with Electric Heal , full length , with patent hack and high Htorm collar , strongly made , a beauty , worth $12.50-thls - R 7K week D 10 This Ladles' Military Krfoct , swell high collar Jacket , In royal or nnvy blue , In all Hlzcti , patent back and vel vet c o 11 u r , handsomely braided , actually \voith $2250-11.11. . . 1/3 week IM- On a Hill of ? 7r.00-52.2n ! 1't-r Week or $ J.00 ) I'er Month. On a Hill of ? 100.00-'J.5fJ I'or Week or $10.00 Tor Month. On a Hill of ? 'JOO.CKJ.OO Per Week or ? 15.00 Per Mouth.