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TUB OMAITA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 17 , 18DD.
BOSTON STORE REMNANT SALE Greatest Offering In Mill Remnants that Ever Took Place in the West. DOUBLE FOLD CASHMERE 5 CENTS A YARD J.nrKCMt Shipment Cnlion fiontln Hem- mint * Direct from Mill * tlutt I vcr Clinic Into Oinulm Jirnrly Sollil TnilnlcmilII ICIniln COTTON OOODS MILL ENDS. ON SALE FRIDAY AT BOSTON STOIIE , BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER SHOWN. One big bargain ntjimro of remuonts of all kinds plain canhmcro , twilled serge , heavy wldo Wale serge , school plaids and all kinds of dress goods that generally sold at ICc yd. , In long mill remnants , at Cc yd. l'5C DRAPERY SWISS. 8V4C YD. ncmnnnts of 40-Inch dotted drapery swlsg that generally sell for 25c , go at 8',4c yard. llemnnnts of plain and chucked nainsook , regular price IBc yard , go at Cc yard. 40-Inch lawns , 25c and 35c grade , go at lOo yard. Comfort prints , 2c yard , worth 1'Ae. Shirting prints. 2 lie , worth 7 4c. Indigo blue and other dark prints , 3V&C yd. , Worth 8c. 32-Inch wldo black and whlto heavy twilled shirting , 2c yard , worth 20c. Flceco back wrapper llanncl , 5o yard , worth 15c. Best grade outing flannel , 7 > , c yard , worth 121&C. lOc grade outing flannel In light and dark color * , 3'4c yard. liG-tlich wide new spring percale , 3 > , ic yd. , worth ICc. Remnants of Scotch and chambray e'ng- ' ham , G',4o ' yard , worth 20c. Remnants of nil kinds bleached and un- liluached muslin and cambric , worth 12',4c , BO at Do yard. Remnants of very heaviest unbleached muslin , worth 10c , BO at 3&c yard. llcmuants of heavy twilled , mole skin ehlrtlng , 5c yard , worth 25c. And thousands of other remnants In the basement. BOSTON STORE. OMAHA , N. W. Cor. ICth nnd Douglas Sts. SEEKING UNCLE SAM'S JOBS Candidate * for I'liHllliiiiH In CCIINIIN llureitii at I'.xuniliieil. The ball room on the fourth floor of the Mlllnrd hotel has nil the appearances of a well-conducted study room In an up-to-dato college. In this room from twenty to thirty men and women are dally studying Ameri can history nnd arithmetic , or rather , they nro transferring to paper the knowledge they possess relative to these two branches. The school at the Mlllard hotel is con ducted by Chief Census Examiner John II. Garbcr and Assistant Examiner S. R. Parker of Washington. These officials are from the Ccreus bureau und are holding examina tions of applicants who dcslro positions In the department offices to assist In tabulat ing the census which will bo taken next year. The applicants who are examined hero como from Nebraska , South Dakota nnd Io\vn. They are examined In English his tory nnd that part of arithmetical work that pertains to census work. In this branch the examination Is chiefly in addition nnd percentage. The classes run from fifteen to thirty dally and will continue until next Wednesday , when Mr. Garber and his assistant will leave for Topeka , where tboy will hold nil examination for Kansas and the southwest territories. After that they will go to St. Louis and then to New Orleans. There nro from 3,000 to 4,000 positions to glvo out In the census department and all the positions are to be filled from lists of these who have taken and passed the civil service examination. The salaries range from $760 to $1,200 per year , with a chance for promotion. In selecting parties for these clerkships politics will not enter Into con sideration , as In no place on the examina tion papers are the applicants for positions questioned relative to their party affiliations. THAT IIIU COTTON GOODS SAI < 13. Friday In the "VY'aHli llreuM GnoilH Dcpt. at HayUeit llrim. Never mind the crowds , the bargains nro worth your trouble. On Friday wo place on special sale 750 pieces of dark 2S-ln , , fast color percales , worth 7V4c yard , at 2c yard. 928 pieces of the heaviest napped twilled flannelette , full yard wide , In splendid styles , goods worth regular 20c yard , at lie yard. You know what the Wash Goods special oales are the genuine bargain kind. HAYDEN BROS. Keel Hall on Saturday. The foot hall trnmo on Saturday nt Amm Avenue park between the Oniuha Medical colleen nnd Crelghton university teams promised to bo of considerable Intelest. The Omaha Medical colluKu team has been or- Kanlzcd recently , but Its practice work ugnlnst the KVCOIU ! eleven and Its easy victory ever Uullovuc college presages ex cellent ulayliiK on ItH part. The team has the services of tin excellent coach In the person of Don Tnylor , who has done ovcry- thlng In his power during the brief practice to bring the eleven to a high Htimdurd and ho feels s-afe In saying that the boys will Klve n Eooil acrnunt of themselves. The Crolffhton hoys nisi feel very Rungulne of MiecesH and n.s there lias been a consider able feeling of rivalry between the two colleRpd they oan be countiMl on to contest Htrongly ovi'iy Inch of the gridiron. Con- hi > qtu'iitly the unectatorH inny expect to wltneHs n "buttle royal" and "get their money's worth , " A Hare Care for Crunii. Mr. R. Gray , who lives near Amenta , Dutchcss county , New York , says : "Chara- Tierlaln's Cough Remedy Is the best medi cine I have ever used. It l a flna chil dren's remedy for croup and ncrvor falls to cure. " Among the many thousands who liavo used this remedy for croup , wo have yet to Irani of a single rasa that has not recovered , and In many households It is the eolo reliance. When given as soon as the child bocomoa hearse , and even after the croupy cough has developed , It will prevent the attack. This should ho borne In mind nnd a bottle of the Cough Remedy kept nt liand ready for Instant usu as soon as these symptoms appear. Tour of SiuiiTliili'iuleiit I'mrnc. Bupprlnlcdont of Schools Pparso loft Wednesday night for UoHton and Montreal < o complete ft tour begun In October , with the purpose of selecting a locution for the next meeting of thu National Educational association. With his three rollpnuueH on the executive committee , Messrs. Irwln Hhenherd of WInonn , Minn. . C'orson of Co- liimnut * , O. , and I.inn of Chicago , Mr I'enrne has nlreiidy visited Chattanooga. Venn. , nml Charleston , N , C. . candidates for thrt next convention , nnd the committee will probably make Its decision after the com- iiletlon of Ilia present trip of Inspection. The party will bo absent for n week. Geo. Noland , Rocklant ) , O. , rmja : "My had plica forty years. DoWltt'a Witch Hazel Salvo cured her. It U tbo best ealve In America. " U heals everything and curei oil skin diseases. Trni'iulcrn MUely to lli-niiiln Dark. The end of the present week the Trocn- rtrro. ono of the places ) of amusement , will close Its doors on account of a lack of patronage. The owners of the house have 110 plans for the future nnd therefore It Is likely that the theater will be dark for some time. Manager Cole will dlPband his opera company and send moat of his people to Chicago , -where a number have already se cured employment. Hees & Bwoboda , florists , llll Farnam , cholcu cut flowers and floral designs. Sam'l Burns , 131S Faruam , Is selling a J6 banquet lamp for > 3 , w _ i BOSTON STORE REMNANT SALE Qrandeit Lot Eemnants Olotbs , Onssimare ? , Ohoviots , Worsteds at 26o Yd. SPECIAL SILK REMNANTS 49C AND 693 YD Mont Kxtrnorillnnry niul Wonderful Ilnrunlim In HlKli Clnnn Imiinrtoil flood * mi Front llnrcnlii Sutinre n ( U5o Ynnl Today. $1.25 CLOTH REMNANTS , 250 YARD. Today wo will place on sale ono o ! the greatest nnd grandest bargains of our entire business career. Wo bought from a manufacturer his entire accumulation of ends , short lengths nnd odd pieces , running from n yard to five yards , of the finest grade of cnsslmcrc , worsteds , chovlots , serges and plaids. They nro strictly all wool goods , but hnvo been made up to ahuw the patterns from. They arc Just the thing for ladles' skirts , underskirts , dresses , capes , boys' pants , etc. They go on our front bargain square today nt 25o yard. Jl.OO DRESS GOODS , 250 YARD. Tomorrow wo glvo you choice of every dress length , remnant or short piece of our highest grade dress goods that wo have heretofore - toforo sold at $1.00 yard , for today , 25c yard. SILK REMNANTS , -iOC AND COC YARD. All the remaining ellks from our great purchase which wore placed on sale Mon day , Including the finest plain taffetas , and most fashionable novelty silks ever shown In Omaha , worth $2.00 and $3,00 yard , go to day In two lots at 49c nnd COc yard. SHORT REMNANTS SILK , EC , IOC AND 15C EACH. Thousands of samples pieces of high grade plain nnd fancy silks , reduced tomor row to Gc , lOc nnd 15e each. To close out all our Imported sample ends of dress goods that match nnd do not match ; wo plnco them on sale In two lots at 5c and lOc each , BOSTON , STORE OMAHA , N. W. Cor. ICth and Douglas Sts. HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TO DEBATE Twelve CoiitrMtniitM Strive for Honor of IlcnrcNciitlnK Omaha Heforc the Stale A debating society known as the Demos- thentan has been recently organized at the High school , open to undergraduates Ir respective of class standing. There arc now about thirty names on the rolls and consid erable progress has. already been made. Just now thcro Is an exciting contest under way as to the choice of debaters to appear In the Interschool debate which will occur at Lin coln on December 26 , during the meeting of the State Teachers' association. The debate will bo under the auspices of the State De bating league , which has made Its forensic contests an annual feature at the State Teachers' association during the last two years. The contest will take place at the audl- : orlum of the Lincoln High school and tha [ allowing high schools will participate : Lin coln , Beatrice , Crete , York , Nebraska City nnd Omaha. The question for discussion this year will be , "llesolved , That England Is justified In its course toward the Boers. " Omaha , Nebraska City and York , sending two speakers each , will uphold the negative. The contestants will bo chosen at prelim inary debates held nt the various schools In terested. The local high school will settle the contest on Friday afternoon , when the judges will rule on the merits of twelve candidates. The Demosthenlans feel that they possess an advantage over their rivals for the reason that the question to bo discussed Is one which they themselves suggested to the state league several months ago , a privilege not shared by the other contesting high schools. The local debaters have given the theme careful study , particularly from the view point to which they have been assigned. IIAYIHiIIHOS. . Another IIIK Sheet MiiHlo Snle. Ic per copy ! Ic per copy ! ! Ic per copy ! ! ! Wo have over 10,000 copies of National Music Co.'s publications wo will place on sale nt Ic per copy , both vocal and Instru mental , In all grades. Wo also carry all the very latest sheet music of the day , which wo will sell at very reasonable prices. Lib eral discount on books and folios. HAYDEN BROS. AiiiioiiiiepiuentN. Tonight opens the long anticipated en gagement of Jolly Jefferson do Angclls nnd Ills more or less jolly company In the "Jolly Musketeer. " The scat sale for the event has been a steady ono slnco It opened last Tuesday and the prospect for a crowded house on the opening night Is excellent. Saturday afternoon promises to bring out a big audience also. From all accounts Mr. do Angells' company Is stronger than on Its last visit. On Sunday night , November 10 , the Trocadero Opera company will terminate Us engagement In Omaha ; therefore , but ( Ivo moro opportunities remain to witness the presentation of Johnnn Strauss' opera "Tho Merry War" and of hearing this capa ble llttlo company. The music of this opera Is unusually tuneful 'and many of the regular patrons pronounce It the prettiest of the season's productions. The regular bargain mntlncss will bo given tomorrow and Sunday. Carriers nro Instructed not to roll or fold The Sunday Bee , but to deliver It flat. Subscribers will plcaeo notify the office If this Is not doco. Telephone 238. Builinoton Ever Hear of the Burlington ? It's a railway system with 7,693 miles of track in cloven great states It's trains can carry you most any where. From the Durllngton Station you can start and start right for Chicago and the Eeast , C:40 : a. m , and 5:05 : p. m. Denver and the West , 4:25 : p.m. Montana and the Northwest , 4:25 : p. m. St. Joseph and St. Louis , 4:55 : p. m. St. Joseph and I''aneas City , 8:50 : a. m. and 10ir : p. m. TICKET BURLINGTON OFFICE STATION IBO2 Farnnm lOth and Mason Stroot. Stroota , 'Phono 200'Phono 3IO. THAT IIIU COTTOX GOODS SA1.I3. Krlilnr In HIP AVnuh Droin flood * Io- Iinrtiiiriil nt llnjilm llrox. Never mind the crowds , the bargains are worth your trouble , On Friday wo place on special sale 750 pieces of dark 28-in. fast color percales , worth 7',4e yard , at 2c yard. 028 pieces of the heavlcat napped twilled flannelette , full yard wide , in splendid styles , goods worth regular 20c yard , nt lie yard. You know what the wash goods special sales are the genuine bargain kind. 2,000 YARDS BLACK TAKKRTA , FINE CJRADK , AI.U SILK , BOG. $1.00 high grade black taffeta , only COc ; $1.25 pure dye French black taffeta , "Be ; $1.60 quality 27-ln. wide black tnffeta , OSc ; $1.75 quality 3 < Mn. wldo black taffeta , $1.2oi THESE PRICKS FOR FIUDAY ONLY. All colors In plnln taffetas at 30c ; all colors In plain eatlns nt 3Sc ; nil col ors In fillk finish velvet , 2iic ; 50 pieces $1.25 black i civets nt 75c. DUESS GOODS SALE. 10,000 yards of rcmnnnts on cale on our front bargain square tomorrow morning , 6c , lOc , 15c and 25c for goods worth up to EOo , per yard ; several remnants to match. Wo carry the most popular line of dress goods in the city , all new from the mlliw , at lOc , 15c , 25c , 39c , 49c , 75c , $1.00 , $1.25. Special sale on golf cloth Friday. Double-faced cloth In all colors , very heavy , 75c ; GO-ln. nil wool , 9Sc ; 58-ln. extra heavy In brown , gray , oxford , etc. , at $1.50 yard. Headquar ters for crepons.Vo will sell you ns good crepon for $1.25 as any house In Omahn asks $2.50 for : French flannclctto as thick as a board , 10 c. HAYDEN BROS. , Attend the Hlg Wrapper Sale. AT IIAYK.nitos. . BOi * ImleiMnr ! lit lljp , Special for Saturday from 10 a. m. to 12 m. Ladles' flno Jersey ribbed , flceco lined vests nnd pants In ecru and silver gray , all sizes , worth up to GOc , at 15e. Remember the time , Saturday morning at HAYDEN BROS. Tlic Xorllitvcntcm Line. FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO CHICAGO 6:10 : a. in. * 10:55 : a. m. 1:15 : p. m. lf : > 5 p. m. * 7:30 : p. m. * * Special limited trains With Library , Buffet earn , Diners Recherche Sleepers , Chair cars. Note The Northwestern Is obliged to run far moro trains than any other line between Omaha and Chicago. New city offices 1401-H03 Farnam street. Como to the auction at Mercer hotel , Twelfth and Howard today , of furniture nnd furnishing goods. Positively no limit on the goods. ] ) IIQI ) . AHMANSON Florence V. , daughter of William H. Ahmajibon , Thursday , Novem ber 1C , ] SD3 , aged 7 months 20 days. Funeral Saturdnv nt 2 p. m. from rcsl- lence , 2537 North Nineteenth street. Fi rlcnds Invited. Spoons for the million at 50 cents Wo'vo n lot of Expo sition Spoona that formerly sold for $1.50 to close them out wo'vo marked them BOc. The $2.00 $ ones , with flno en- graVeiJ bowls , marked down to Jl.OO. Wo'vo also a lot of Sterling Silver Pin Trays , with government building , former price $2.00 , marked dowq ta 50c. Gee , W , Ryan & Co. , Jeweler Omaha 10 ! ) . S. 10th St. California and Oregon Excursions Leave Omaha Every Friday , In Ordinary Sleeping Cars via the UMO.V PACIFIC OVER TEN HOURS QUICKER Tlinn any Other Line. LOWEST IIATKS. IMNTSOII LIGHT. STEAM HEAT , ETC. Cltr Ticket Ofllce , 1.102 Fnrnnm St. Telephone ! 1IO. TO Chicago and East St , Paul and Minneapolis Hoi Springs and Deadwood. NEW CITY OFFICES I4OI-I4O3 FARNAM STREET our telephone's pretty busy. So many sending In orders then again many send us written orders for Krwg Cabinet | If , when you call up four-two-naught , you find the telephone engaged , bo patient don't get excited we'll bo delighted to 1111 your order and "our drivers are accommo dating , " as the coal man says. Cabinet Is the beer that ladle * like BO strengthening and a F-I-N-B tonic , ritnn icui'u uiuvwi.vn co. , Telephone CO , _ 1007 Jackson Street. itAvnr.v nnos. Hrooery ! nlo. 10 Ibs. granulated sugar , only < 3c. High grade Minnesota flour , sk. 85c. 3-lb. cans full wflghl tomatoes , 6c. 2-lb. cans new sugar corn , Oc. 30 bars Whlto Russian or Diamond C soap , ISc. 1Mb. pkgs. Solf-Rlslng Tnncako flour or buckwheat , worth ICc , only 7c. 35c cans Bartielt pears , only Olic. linked beans In tomato sauce , ran , 3c. Condense * ! milk , full weight , 7Hc. 15o cans Pet Evaporated cream , V4c. lOc pkc. condensed mlnco meat , Cc. lOc pkg. baking soda , 5c. lOo bottles best blueing , only 3c. 2-lb. cans sliced pineapple , only 12HC. 1-lb. cans Royal or Price's B. Powder , 33c. ICc cans sours , assorted , only 7V&c. 1-lb. Jars assorted Jams , 7'/Sc. MEAT DEPARTMENT. No. 1 hams , sugar cured , 9c. Fresh pork sausage , 7l4c. Corned beef , per pound , 5c. 3-lb. palls any brand of lard , 20c. XXX cured bacon , only "c. TBA > AND COFFEE DEPARTMENT. Now crop Japan tea dust , lOc ; new crop Japan tea , 29e ; new crop Moyuno Gunpow der tea , 29e ; new crop English Breakfast , 27V c ; broken Java nnd Mocha coffee , Cs ; good whole Rio coffee , lOc ; Golden Rio coffee , 12c ; best Java and Mocha coffee , lb. , 25c. HAYDEN BROS. Carriers nro Instructed not to roll or fold The Sunday Bee , but to deliver it flat. Subscribers will pleaoo notify the office If this is not done. Telephone 238. afl A Diamond Bin ; or an opal rlnpr , or some stone nlwnys makes an acceptable Christmas gift. If you are not sure of It , try it this year. We have ii nice line of them and would bo pleased to show them to you , whether you are prepared to buyer or not. Our btore is loaded full of tasty Christmas gifts. la IV a The Jeweler. 151(1 ( A Word of Advice To these who have never drank a pure , unadulterated beer try Just one case of Gettelman's ' . H R us un H- Beer Then you'll know what is meant by PURE beer. Thcro are hundreds of beers made but none so pure as the Natural Process Beer. This Is .tho beer that endorsed by eminent phy sicians. The A. Getfelman Brewing Go , oTMIlwaukcc. A. J. SHORT , Manager Omaha Branch 624 South IGtH fet. Tel. 1121. MUVS COM.AUS : t i-ao , ctrrs re. Sntnrilnv Mnrnltiic HrKl'i" CrentcAt 5nlp iif Jim' * Collar * nnd Ciiffn RVKIl KNOWN IN OMAHA. AT BOSTON' STORE. 0.000 collars and cuffs. Made by the United Shirt nnd Collar Co , Such as retail from ISVic to 25c each for the collars And from 25c to 35c for the cuffs , Go on sale Saturday At Boston Store. AT 3Hc EACH FOR THE COLLARS AND 7C A PAIR FOR THE CUKKS. These nro all In the latest style and In every size. They are nil sound nnd perfect with the exception of some slight imperfections In the laundering. Sale begins promptly Saturday morning at BOSTON STORE. OMAHA , N. W. Cor. 16th and Douglas. Clmrltlon Winiil Ynnl , Thirteenth and Nicholas. "Phono 1646. On sale , second-hand oak and pine ; 2-Inch plnnk ; also bt-st plno kindling ; hard and soft ptovcwood and chunks nhvnys en hand at reaeonabld prices. prices.JOHN JOHN LAUQHLAND , Secretory. We Apologize to Trust Druggists Wo hope * the "Trust Druggists" will ex ruse iia for say'.ne that they were going to keep us from selling goods nt loss than standard prices , The mnmifnrturcrs cnn tlnup to sell us nil wo wnnt WK Ilx the retail nrlcca. Trust On 1'rlco. Price loc II .t II Sonp nc 75c l.u Jeune Face Powder 3li- 2i > c Rromo Solder "Oc $1.00 Port , Sherry or Claiet COo Suspensory Hnnd.mo , worth 50c for . . . . 25t 2" > c Pucker's Tar Sonn IGi Jl.OO nepf , Iron und \Vlne .r > 0 2Tio Tjnxiitlvr. Hromo Quinine 30c $1.00 Malted Milk TiV E0 < - Marshall's Extract of Hoof 25c ? 1.0f > Wumpolcs Mixture Oo < l Liver Oil . .7Sc Me Vlolf-t Water ITa , Jl.OO Fountain Syringe tile $1.00 Steam's Whip Oort Mver Oil 7r JI.OO Pnlnn'p Celery Compound 75e 7 ! > c Atomizer ( Hard Rubber ) -19t jl.Ofl IJiH-ltx Sam's Tobacco Cure 60 < $1.00 Scott's Emulsion 7i 2 > o Talcum Powder lOc $1.00 West's Ni'rvo und Uraln Treat ment 29c $1,00 Duffy's Malt \Vlilsltty 7no $1.00 Pc-ru-nn CDc Write for catalogue. Sherman & McDonnell Drug Go , , J.-.lit Iluiluc Strcvt. Onmliii Turkey Get a camera and take a picture of the family gather ing at the reunion table. AVe can give you a reliable instrument for § 5.75 takes photos 4x5 holds 12 plates without changing. Use flash light powders , no need to wait for sunlight. The Robert Dempster Co. 1215 Famam St. ExoluKlve denier * In photo aapplle * . Ladies' S Wrappers Cost of Material. , \ They are here and thousands of them. Flannelettes , percales , calicos and eiderdown , and the price is merely a frac tion of their cost. They are the wrappers we mentioned yesterday , purchased of the dissolving firm of Franklin & Mirsky , and with the jackets and suits from Shaff & Silberman , and the skirts from Max Solo mon , make our cloak department sales money savers to shrewd buyers. Look around , try them all , but in justice to yourself see ours before you buy. Noth ing fairer. GOO ladies' wrappers , sizes 32 to 44 , on sale at 25c. 800 ladles' flceco lined Wrappers , In pretty 1,450 Wrappers , In percales and extra patterns , body lined , trimmed with two rows heavy 'fleece lined , In pretty stripes , checks of braid , at less than half the price of materials nnd figures ; they are extra wide at tbo hips , terials tomorrow only -)3c. ) perfect flttlnp , ruffled yoke , trimmed with 1,200 Wrappers , , in very handsome pat terns , heavy flannels , finished seams , extra braid , they must bo oecn to bo appreciated ; body lined , ruffle over shoulders , pleated only 08c. back and trimmed with hraldj they are 2,100 ladles' Eiderdown Wrappers , extra worth $1.75 , on ealo at only 79e. well made , a regular $2.50 wrapper , for $1.25. Bargains for all People who wear Jack ets and Skirts as well as Wrappers- One lot of Jackets , made of fine kersey , 25 imported Suit Samples , worth $50,00 lo with strapped seams , tbo very newest style , $75.00 , bought from Sbaff & Silberman , go In lined throughout , trimmed with 24 buttons , this sale at $25.00. man-tailored , made to sell for $12.50 ; sale 100 Skirts , in plain ollks , satins and bro pllco $5.98. cades , worth $9.00 , on ealo at $1.08. " therefore spare the "MANY WORDS WE words and try to con WOW'T FBLl , vey straight to your BUSHEL" minds that this is the place A you ought to buy your , Bibles , Prayer Books , Office Supplies Books plies , Blank Books , Artistic Engraving , Fine Stationery. a.t K.ih . counters. The newest llctlon can always bo found on our Megeath Stationery Co. Good Shoe t Weather This. Are you suspicious or donfiding ? Concerning our public statements , nro you a believer ori < skeptic ? Our work in tliis community bas 4 < > > been living long enough to bo well understood and almost everybody believes UP. But sometimes wo tax your credulity , and are now about to do so. The topic is elioes r out door shoes for men and women. The ac counts of them have often seemed absurd. But not one has overstepped the line of actual truth by a fraction of a thought. O MENS WINTER SHOES-Mcn's winter , tan , box O calf , Goodyear welts , full double soles , every pair guaranteed same shoo sells elsewhere for § 3.50 , our price only $2.50. MEN'S ' WINTER SHOES Men's winter shoes , tan and box calf , calf lined , genuine w eather resistors sisters , just the thing for wet weather , real value § ! , our price $3.00. MEN'S ' WINTER SHOES Men's winter shoos , du plicates of the shoes you find around town that bring $4. 50 and § 5 , they are here with our guarantee for $3.50. A WOMAN'S ' SHOE That most stores get § 3.50 for , is hero in our women's shoo department lor almost one half the shoe is kid with or with out vesting to ps , box calf or plump vici , latest style for $ i.90. WOMEN'S ' CUSHIONETTE SHOES-With heavy ex tension soles , mannish last , cushion innersole , every pair guaranteed , real value $5 , our price $3.50. WET WEATHER SKOES-For school , made of kangaroo calf , plump soles , made to give the best of service and sold to you with that un derstanding , Si to Hi , $1.20 ; 12 to 2 , $1.40. 1 THIS ADVERTISEMENT TRUTHFULLY - § FULLY HERALDS THE FACT that we are offering the greatest values in men's fine , styl ishly made Suits and Overcoats at 87.50 ever seen in this city at this very low price. We give you uniestricted choice of a very large range of the newest and brightest styles in men's' fashionable fabrics for winter absolutely all wool every thread. The suit fabrics are fine cassimeres in neat stripe and check effects , some in subdued patterns and the always dressy and refined plain blacks or blue cheviot. They are regular $12.50 values , on sale at § 7.50. The overcoats at this price comprise an elegant assortment of all wool Kerseys and coverts , styl ishly made up and unequaled in value other stores get 812.50 for them , our price 87.50. We are certain about our cloth ing boinh right in every particu lar. We show more styles than any merchant tailor and take just as much care in having our 1 suits well tailored and perfect [ itting. Indisputably the greatest values over offered at these low prices , 810.00 , for men's suits and overcoats. 480 men's absolutely all wool lonestly tailored and perfect fit- ing overcoats , in extraordinarily Ino black , blue and brown kerseys , diagonal and Herringbone coverts ; black , hluo and brown Irish frlcac. Cut In all the very newest styles , all lengths , nnd sizes. Body lln- Ings , trimmings and uleovo lining ! ) of the very beet quality ; the tailoring Is by the best makers In the country. They are worth t IC.OOj on Bale hero for $10.00. 400 men's milts at $10 , In a great variety of nobby effects In casslmores , ntrlpea ami checks , blue sorgcs , black clay worsted and all the very best fabrics. These are hand- fipmo , stylish garments ; cut , trimmed nnd tailored with the utmost cnro ; perfect fitting and shape holding ; equal to any custom tailors $25.00 sulta ; sold In other Omaha stored at $1G.OO ; your cholco In this ealo for $10.00. You can find also great values and great assortments to select from at $5.00 , ; 12.50 and $15.00. Umbrellas ThOSC Umbrellas Imported Umbrellas ore Here The most magnificent stock of Imported Umbrellas and Umbrella Sots over shown in Omaha , comprising elegantly mounted bandies of carved elephant Ivory , beautiful pearls mounted In Hk gold and sterling silver , tortoUo shell , oto. ' Now on Display in Our Window. Wo will appreciate a call and take pleasure In showing them to you. MAWHINNEY & HOLLIDAY Jewelers and Art Stationers. s"r rm.co. . J 5th and Douglas Streets. Umbrellas Umbrellas \ We Sell Sheridan Coal Office , farnam St. Victor White. Tel. 137.