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THE OMAHA DAILY TJTCTC: SATURDAY. OCTOHTCTC 27, 1000.
Sale Men's Hats Saturday wo place on palo over 100 dozen menb stiff and fedora huts io orory stylo, Cj,Q- iliada nnd slzo, $2 value, for "Ow Men's Come and pick from the lost remarkable low prices lie most Men's nobby pantH, stylish patterns, sow ed with silk, perfect fitting, J3.00 values. $1.98 'At Men's iluok coats, pood riunllty brown nnd black dqek, rubber lined and storm collar, worth $2.00, At $1.19 Men's blue overalls nnd Jumjers with and without iipriuiH. heavy blue denim, fast color, double stitched, worth C3c, At 39c MEN'S FINEST SUITS, OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS At half what th o swellest tailor asks for equal elegance, noto tho stylo and tone, tho fabrics are all Imported. Scotch cheviots In tho new gray nd groonlBh inlxturo s. Tho fit and mako will meet Instant approval of tho swell dresser. Seo them at Boston Store prices. RT $12.50, $15, $17.50, $19.50 Professional Aesociatcs Spcnk of Him in Terms of Oonimendation. COME FROM BENCH AND BAR ALIKE CliHriioterln'il mi Alilr, Cn nclontloiiN mill l'eiirlr l.iuijrr Who Will Not Milrk Any liit. Among his Intlmato friends nnd profes slouul aau'lates no man stands higher than John W. Parish, tho republican nominco for county attorney of Douglas county. In his eurt of sorvlco ut tho Douglas county bur ho has established a reputation ns an holi es t, painstaking and honorable nttorney which Is second to none among the younger lawyers. This is shown by tho expres sions of his friends and associates, presented herewith: William V. Keysor, Judgo of tho district court: "I havo known Mr. J. S'. l'arish, who 1h now tho republican caudlilato for tho otllro of county attorney of Douglas county, for ten or twelvo years, both as a brother attorney and as- a practitioner bo foro mo In tho district court of this dis trict. I havo always found him to bo a careful, prompt nnd industrious lawyer, courteous to tho court, resoluto In tho prosecution or defenso of tho rights of hlti client, and gentlemanly to nil with whom ho CRino In contuct In tho trial of causes. I bellovo that Mr. l'arish, If elected, will coiiHelontlotiBly dovoto his tlmo nnd ability to tho dutes of his olllce." Judgo l.e S. Kstolle: "As nn old soldier I should like to say a word for John l'arish for county attorney. Ills father was shot In tho civil war when John was 2 yoars old, ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Cenuln Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature af Am Pc-51ml Wrapper Btlow. tmn MuOl aa4 M mm 1F9RNEAIACNL rca bixzimess. rON IILIDUtEII. Ftl TDRFII LIVER. fOR eOKCTIPATIIR. roR THCOIMPLEUIH lAiiwrrfa Striking Inducements to Buy Boys9 Stylish Clothing brightest, cleverest styles that the designer's genius has evolved Profit by Take advantage of the greatest values ever shown in Omaha. Men's Stylish Business Suits and Overcoats at $7.45. Over T Itoiisaiid Suits and Overcoats A great line of strictly all wool up-to-date suits in pure ca&siinores, cheviots, in nobby mixtures and worsted stripes, elegant blue and black kersey, melton a n d covert overcoats, indisputable $12.50 and $13.50, values for to day only Men's Dressy Suits and Overcoats at $9.98 Those we ofIer at 0.98 are different from any you have ever seen at that price, full of snap and stylo, tailored with highest artistic skill, from fancy worsteds, meltons, thibets, line Scotch mixtures and rough cheviots, compare- them with the best $15 garments in Omaha, our price for Saturday On Bargain Square $t 98 Wu P'ncc M0OO child. Qr fft Q8 rcn'.s Suits, reefers ami top coats on sale Saturday. In 6lzo from 3 to 10, nil of which consist of tho llnost Imported Scotch mixtures, hluo choviots and cloRnnt fancy worsteds. Wo guarantee nono to bo worth loss than $4.00, and ns high as $7.00. While thoy lft3t, choice "$1.98$2.98 nnd ho has mado himself tho capablo attor ney and squaro man that ho Is under con siderable dllllculty. lie Is Just tho mau for tho place, with plenty of backbone nnd brains to executo his duties without fear or fuvor." Jacob Kawcett, Judgo of tho district court: "What do I know about John W. l'arish, re publican nominco for county nttorney? I know him to bo a thoroughly reputable gen tleman, nn Industrious, conscientious aud nblo lawyct. and, If olectcd, ho will dovoto his tlmo and energies conscientiously and with unquestioned ability to tho dlschargo of tho duties of his olllce. What more do you want for county attorney than that?" Irving T. Haxter, district Judge: "I havo known John W. l'arish personally for over ton yearn. During tho six years I presided over tho coenty court of tho county Mr. rarlsh was frequently before mo ns nttor ney lu matters of importaneo nnd I than had nmplo opportunity to form nn estimate of his character and ability. I du not hca Italo to say that his character Is abovo re proach and his ability beyond question. In my Judgment ho will make an able, faithful aud fearless prosecuting attorney." (ieiitlcnuin of lliul, SIuiiiIIiik. n. S. Halter, district Judge: "I have known Mr. John W. l'arish for a good many years. 1 havo known him ut tho bar ua well ns In u Boclal way. Mr. l'arish Is a gentleman of high standing, thorough education nnd most congenial. As a'law yer ho Is learned, clean, careful and capable." Charles T. Dickinson, district Judge: "I h.-no been acquainted with J. W. Tarlbh, candidate for county attorney on tho re publican ticket. Mr flvn vnnra Tt .. . j ...... (i, in been Interested In quito a number of cases tried before mo and exhibited marked ubll Ity ns nn attorney, faithful, fair and hon- "ruuie. i minx that ho Is a strong candi date and if elected, ns I nra Hntlsiled h will be, ho win dlschargo tho duties of his olllco without showing any partiality to any person or class, but for tho Interests of tho public generally, and. I am satisfied, to tho orsliio satisfaction of tho public. I ran seo no reason why any voter of Douglas county should hesitate for a moment lu casting his vote for him." W. W. Slabaugh, district Judgn: "I havo known Mr. J. W. l'arish for n number of year3 as a man and as a lawyer. Since 1 havo beeit on tho bench ho has had consid erable business In ray court aud frohi what I know of him I regard him ns an nblo law yer, a mau of honor and Integrity nnd n porson well equipped and qualllled to fill tho ofllco of county nttoruoy." William R Ourley: I havo known i,,i,n W. I'ariah for tho last twelvo years and during that tlmo havo had intlmato knowl edge of his personal nnd professional char acter, uis standing nt the bar of Douglas county Is unqucstlonnblo. Ho Is n man of remarkable Industry, llrst rato ability and unquestioned Integrity. Ho will make n thoroughly competent county nttorney and Is In every way entitled to tho full voto of his party." James II. Vnn Dusen: "I havo know n John W. l'arish, tho republican nominee for county attorney, for tho past eight or ten years, I regard him as a man of sterling Integrity, Should ho bo elected, as I be lieve ho will be, ho will bring to that olllco ten years of cxpcrlcnco lu active prac tice at tho bar, nnd would In my Judgment fearlessly enforco tho law as the duties of his olllco domand," Tlioroiiichl)- (t it m 1 1 II oil for Hie Olllce. Isaao K. Congdon: "I bellovo John W. l'arish to bo In every way qualified for the olllco of county utlorncy, Ho will be elected nnd will bring to tho ofllco fearless Integrity and energy, coupled with Judg ment. I eay this of Mr. l'arish after hav ing known him longer and hotter than has nny other lawyer of this bar. Ho was with mo cloven or twelve years and I think 1 know whereof I gnrnk." 11, O, McGUton, "Knowing as I do tho OSTOT Hoys' kneo pants mado of strong mate rial, worth up to $1.00. At 39c 600 children's vestee fancy vest and fancy to $2.00, At 98c Hoys' lone pnnts suits, aces 10 to 20, made, of Rood chcvlo-- tho $5.00 and SC.O0 kind- tomorrow At $2.98 ambition of John W. Parish to glvo tho peoplo of Douglas county a clear, vigorous administration of the olllce of county nttor ney, 1 can say to tho voters, without hesi tation, that they will mako no mistake In electing him to that ofllco. Mr. l'arish Is a lawyer of ability, a man of convic tions and with tho courage of his convic tions." K. M. Ilartlctt: "I havo known John W. l'arish for the last twelvo years ns a hard worklug, painstaking, conscientious young lawyer. I know him to bo a yaung man of ability and worthy tho position of county uttornoy. I believe that Mr. rarlsh would 1111 tho position ably. Ho Is a young man of exrcllont character and abovo reproach. J. M. Woplworth: "I havo known John W. Parish for many yenrs, both profes sionally nnd otherwise. In my opinion he will mako a competent, energetic and con scientious county nttorney If ho Is elected, as I hopo ho will bo." W. A. Corson: "Ves, sir; I know John W, Parish havo known him for cloven years. Ho Is able, conscientious, a hustler and has tho nervo to do his duty. I cer tainly shall voto for lilm, as I bellovo ho will mako an honest, efficient county at tornoy." W. 1). Mcllugh: "I havo known Mr. Parish for yenrs and know him to bo straightforward, honest und a capablo at torney." Will .MllUc I lien I Comity Attorney. 1). M, Vlnsonhalor, rounty Judgo: "I hnvo knowu John W. Parish for tho last ten years; hava known him Intimately and havo always found him n pleasant and agreeable man, with nn ambition to silcccod In his profession. Ho Is honest, cnergotlc nnd trustworthy and will mako nn Ideal county nttorney. Ho tsbould and will bo elected." H. H. Paldrlge: "I havo known Mr. Parish, tho republican cnndldnto for county ultorncy, ever slnco ho was admitted to tho Douglns county bar. As a partner of Mr. Isnao Congdon ho has had, for a young man, n very extensive practlco nt tho bar. Ho has proved himself to bo nn honest nnd conscientious worker In his profes sion nnd has Bhown much moro than or dinary ability. I believe ho has tho qual ifications of a good trial lawyer. Tho olllco of county attorney Is n very Im portant ono nnd calls for a high order of administrative ability. I belluvo that Mr. Parish will bring to tho ofllco that pains taking earo and studious regard for tho details of tho ofllco that would mako his torm of service a very successful ono. Thcro Is no reason why ho should not se curo ovcry republican voto In tho county." ('nine Xrnr IIjIiir, "For three days nnd nights I suffered agony untold from an attack of cholorn morbus brought on by eating cucum bers, " says M. K. Lowther, clerk of tho district court, Centorvllle, la. "I thought I should surely dlo and tried a dozen different medicines, but all to no purpose, I sent for a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Homedy and tbreo dotes rolloved me entirely. I wont to sleep and did not nwnko for eight hours. On awakening a few hour3 ago I felt so gratified that tho first work I do on going to tho ofllco Is to wrlto to tho manu facturers of this remedy and offer them my grateful thanks nnd say: 'Clod blcsi ou nnd tho splendid medicine you make.' " (.'nnlrovrrsy Will On Over. WASHINGTON', Oct. SC. Tho adjustment of tho controversy between tho Navy de partment nnd tho armor plato companies over tho prlco of armor plate probably will go over until aftor tho return of Secretary Long from tho west, as there Is no pros pect of his being able to dispose of tho matter beforo his departure, His westorn trip probably will consume ten days and thon tho secretary will go to Massachusetts to voto. I We W0 suits, ages 3 to S, trimmings, worth up WOMEN CAN'T VOTE FOR BONDS Attorney Horring of Board of Education Decides Against Them, JUDGES ARE INSTRUCTED ACCORDINGLY Stntr Siiirriiitinili'iit .IiicI.miii ltf II III I' III N 1 1 1 M I'lll'IIMT Itiillnu, lint It Will .Nut lie l ol- llMt Oil, Women will not bo permitted to voto on tho High school bond proposition lit the coming election. Carl K, Herring, attorney for tho Hoard of Education, has decided that tho validity of tho bonds might' be ques tioned In enso women voto and will havo all Judges Instructed not to take women's bal lots on tho bond tiropusltlon. Tho Hoard of hdurntlon ticket und tho bond proposition , will bo printed on separato ballots, so thcro , will bo no danger of confusing tho ballots cast by women. "I nm not suro that tho law Intends that women shall not voio on bonds," said .Mr. I'. t.vVv , '', '. ... V-t - ' ..iM v. ' . "iJ.W1 .$ v" " - . . ,i' UllWhASI'fS.IIs.W.iV. 1 iKWMIttl t sit" . i - tutun uitn um STORE Sell Best and Finest Shoes IN ALL OMAHA. We not only sell better shoos but sell them for less money than others can. Wo warrant every pair wo sell and we'll give you your money back at onco if you can duplicate our special shoo olfors for twice our price elsewhere. Men's Shoes Men's calf shoes in good solid weight of sole, not too light nor too heavy, 10 different styles, lace and congress, made to retail for $2. 50, $159 go on sale at. . . Men's Tan Shoes All tho different and now styles of men's tan shoes for winter wenr, In single, double anil triple soles, plain, drill and leather lined, made to retail for 3.00, St and $5.00, oil sizes nnd widths, go on salo nt $1.98, $2.50, $3 LEATHER AND ENAMEL SHOES All the newest and latest styles of pat ent leather and enamel shoes for dress wear, street wear, made to retail for $5 and $0, all sizes and widths, go at $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Men's Velours Calf Shoes 23 different styles of men's fine velours calf, welt solo shoes, single dnublo and trlplo soles, tho softest nnd most beautiful leather, nil tho new styles of toe, laco nnd congress nnd buttons, worth up to $6 per pair, go at $3""i $3.50 Men's Box Calf Shoes Kull line of single, double and trlplo soled shoes. Men's box calf shoes, Trostlor's kid shoes, Wil low calf shoes and Trench calf shoes, all welt soles, all sizes, nil widths,, worth up to $S, go at $3a$3.50 Herring, "but I know how cautious Invest ment companies are concerning elections at which bonds aro oted, and I think it is best to avoid nny dllllculty. Thero Is no question that tho proposition will carry without tho nsslstnnro of tho women nnd allowing them to voto might causo much confusion." Secretary Durgesi of tho noard of Edu cation wroto State Superintendent W. It. Jackson for an opinion In tho matter and received tho following reply under date of October 21: In reply to your Inquiry 1 will say it Ik my opinion that womun who nro entitled io voto for members of tho Hoard of Kducn tlon lu metropolitan cities uro entitled to voto upon tho question of Issuing bonds for tho erection of school buildings V. It. JACKSON. This Is exactly tho samo ruling mado by the Btato superintendent two years ago, when tho matter was under discussion. His advice was taken and women voted on bonds nt the election In 189S. This year, howover, City Attorney Council, II. V. Thomns, presi dent of tho board, and several of tho mem bers havo questioned tho wisdom of allow ing women to voto and think tho decision of Mr. Herring n wlso ono. Tho High school Is so crowded that nny hitch In tho bonds for tho completion of tho now building would causo great Inconvenience. a tV- Aa , m .: . - . - - tn. ..... ;S5a?: 7 m W mlmw H M0M-W .jli 4.. '"y.,Ji KAWflair-: Ladies' and Children's Shoes In this salo wo call your particular at tention to our Immense assortment, thou sands of pairs of tho tlnest hand turn and welt solo flioos ever brought to Omaha Not u store In tho United States carrion any liner shoes than are in this lot. They lncludo iho very finest of new Ideal kid. new patent leather, new enamel, now vlcl kid and new calf shoes, In black and colors, now nutomoblto reds, new tuns. Prices for theso shoos would bo $5.00 to $12.00 per pair in any other Btoro In tho United States, our prices In this salo for theso high grado shoes rimgo from $3, $3.50, $4. $5 and $6 Ladies Fine Shoes In tho basement, 300 pair ladles' shoes, worth up to $2.00, c go at, per pair iOC In tho basement, SOO pair ladles' shoes worth up to $3.50 jfc . r-v go at LpI,oU In the basement, ladles' 4f. warm felt shoes HtC On the main floor. Ini1lrn' now ivu i. rqlf shoes, deml-mannlsh toe, mado to re tall for $J.00 a- go at ipi.yo I.ndles' velour calf shoes, j? rio worth $3.00, go nt ipl.VO Your choice of over MM miir in.ii.. hand turn nnd hand welt luce, nnd button shoes, black and tan, kid, velours, calf box calf, etc., all widths and nil hIzch' worth up to $5.00, airy go nt, per pair ip.OU Misses'and Child's Shoes (in our main lloor. misses' and children's finest custom made plain kid nnd fntiev vesting top, lino sewed nnd welt sole iihocs. black and tuns, all tho new lasts, worth $2.00, nt $1.25, $1,39, $1,50, $1,59, $(,75 Special bargains In men's patent leather button, welt shoes, worth ffio IE $3.W, go on salo at ip.Sij In tho basement children's spring heel dongohi laco shoes, sizes tsVi to TO,-, 11, worth $1.25, go at IJC Tour choice of 2,000 pnlrs ladles' houso slippers, made to rotnll for T6c, Mc and $1.00 In plain leather, worm lined kid nnd fur trimmed felt, nil sizes, go In basement, per pair, ui 59c SPOONER'S VOICE GIVES OUT Initio Jaium II, llclfnril of Coloriulo Will Sprnk In llln Mr ml ut Troeiulrro aieetlnir. Tho state republican committee received n telegram from Senator John !, Spooner of Wisconsin yesterday stating that his throat had given out under the strain of constant speaking nnd that ho would bo obliged tc cancel his engagement at tho Trocndero theater In Omahn Saturday night. Tho committee found somo diffi culty In filling tho vacancy at such a lato date, but after cor respondonco with Judgo James II. Itolford of Colorado, Senator Dolllver of Iowa and Patrick O'Donnell of Now York managed to secure tho sorvlces of Judgo Tlclforil, who, It in believed, will (111 tho Wisconsin senator's place satisfactorily. I'or it Colli In tlic limit. I.AXATIVi: MltOMO-QNININi: TAI1I.RTS. llnllilliiK rrrmlta. The city Inspfctor of buildings Iioh IshiiciI the following permits: W. 1''. Olson, 1123 North Seventeenth, repairs, $400, Atlnutlc Realty association, Thirty-second and ( 'inn ing, frnmo cottage, Jl.WiO; H. W. llnrton, Tenth and Arbor, framo dwelling, Ji.ono; T N. Julian, Fifth nnd Uuncroft, tramo dwelling, $1,000. It does the work my muscle used to do." ! With Gold Dust you can do the cleaning about the house in hulf the time, nt half the cost and with half the effort as with soap or nny other cleanser. 1'or greatest economy use the large package. m .nt. ...... ..! . We are Sole Agents for Queen Quality shoes, Ed win C Hurt's shoos, Julia Marlowe shoes and Dr. JJeed'a Cushion shoes. Fifth venue. SEC THAT THIS IS BRANDED ON CVERV SHOE, klhnnmclCll. Heavy douMe sole, extension edge, hand welt, low heel. Ideal Patent Kid. Much lighter, and more flexible than patenthrather. La Senorita Bill ArtUi Iistei, Klbo KM. Light Sole. Medium High Heel. tXACT RIFSOOUCTION OF THIS STYLE SHOE. VERY SWELL LAWYERS GIVEN DAMAGES ClilrnKn Men Secure Drelnton for In juries Itccelt cil from (it) 'h -SinoUr. CHICAGO, Oct. 26. A verdict which It Is thought will result either in endless lit igation or In tho abatement of tho amoko nulsnnco, and which, if sustained by the supremo court, mny servo as n precedent for decisions In other smoko-clouded cltlos, was rendered today In tho circuit court. Lawyers Dmcry S. Walker and Drodo D. Davis, having olllces In tho Twelfth Htory of tho Association building, by tho verdict nro awarded $l.r00 damnges for Injuries received from the nmoko from tho New York Ldfu building. IIInIio, Mtint llmin. FIIANKI'OHT, Ky., Oct. 26. Tho court of nppcals today nfllrmcd tho death penalty Judgment, of Iho Kenlon circuit court lu the case of Wullnco lllshop, fentenced to hung for the murder of a Covington police, man whllo resl.Mtlng arrest for tho murder of a tntinji. Ills homo wns In Illinois, Iti-llnf for Iuillnim. PHOHNIX, Ariz.. Oct. 20. Tho govern ment Is preparing to relieve the mirroring of tho drouth-Htrlckcn Indians on tho Hacl tnn reservation. Several carlnadH of rn lions will lenvn hero lu n few- rtnvs and will bo distributed among tho destitute. , ' t . J I d - - . fc II : . ...itt.V V, Ah sea h WP THAT ,5 IS BRANDED ft) ffL. ON EVCRYfcX hb lrl THAT THIS