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3 EDITORIAL SHEET.
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ESTABLISHED JUNE 19, 1871.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1903.
SINGLE COPY THREE CENTS.
HATS TRIf,ir.1ED FREE OF CHARGE
Tho Climax of Bargains in
1UCIBV ,
Huslc by Becker's Orchestra Afternoon and Evening.
2.50
Mt
z.oo
69c
l
Caps
In
HATS TRinr,1ED FREE OF CHARGE
0.00 Black Trimmed Hats, 4.90
0.00 Colored Trimmed Nats, 2.50
5.00 Black Ostrich Plumes 2.95
2.00 Black Ostrich Plumes ,95c
Infant's 50c While Silk Hoods
4.0ft Genuine Beaver ' Flats
llaydWs Unparalleled
Saturday Shoo Salo
Saturday will be a BARGAIN DAT. Good
hoes at a fraction of their cost. Men's
nd Women's high-grade shoes bought
from the biggest and best shoe factories
In this country. Thla la a SPECIAL, pur
chaae and It means a large saving to you on
Saturday.
Men'a $4.00 Patent Kid or CoU It 1Q
Mnn'a $5.00 Horsehlde enamel J. 10
Man's $3.50 Corona Colt
Men's $5.00 Vlcl Kid or Kangaroo..
Men's $3.00 Vlcl Kid I QC
Men's $3.00 Box or Velours Calf I9U
Women's $2.50 Vlcl Kid, lace, light ICQ
or heavy soles litJ9
Boys' and Youths' $1.60 O0r
School Shoes 0
Little Gents' and Girls' $L0 IS Of
School Shoes QS
Men' $2.00 Satin Calf I 90
Bala la 3
Men's or Women's TS-cent M ttn
House Slippers Ou
Optical Department
It Is good to have tho PROPER GLASSES
and It Is better to have them at tho LOW
EST PRICE. Wo have BOTH. RIGHT
PRICES and GLASSES.
RULING FORMS A PRECEDENT
Deoislon of Jndg.i Baxter and Day of Intsr
eat in Matter of ImproYem.nU.
-CASES BROUGHT BY JOHN W. M'CULLOUGH
Eatopa Eajelnlag; Collection or )
ioalas Validity of Special Aa
tcaamaata Cemiag from
This Class of Cases.
Two cases of Importance to the city of
Omaha were decided by Judges Baxter and
Day, sitting together In the former's court
room, yesterday. Hereafter In all fore
closure cases in this city whera special
assessments for paving, curbing, sewer and
idtrwalks, the opening of streets and boule
vards, were deducted from the appraise
ment at tho time of tho sale, the owners
will not be able, under the ruling an
nounced, to enjoin the collection or ques
tion tho validity of such special assess
ments. Tho two cases which resulted in tho dis
cussion of the matter of assessments were
John W. McCullough againat the city and
the Omaha Loan and Trust company
againat tho city. In these cases the
plaintiffs became the purchasers at Judicial
sales of property, in which sales the sheriff
and the appraisers had deducted certain
void apeclul assessments from the gross
appraised value. The purchasers, how
aver, Ignored the deduction, and bid two
thirds of the gross appraised value.
The court holds that the amount of the
bid la Immaterial in any case where such
deductions have ben made and that the
purchaser Is, under auch circumstances,
eatopped from queationlng the validity of
special assessments so deducted.
In the McCullough case the gross ap
praisement was $3,000. The special assess
ment and the taxes deducted as encum
brance, prior to the mortgage lien fore
closed amounted to $1,409. McCullough,
under tho law, could have bid and acquired
the property at two-thirds of the net ap
pralaed value, but In this case the de
ductions were Ignored and tho purchaser
bid $2,000. '
Makes CoBloatloa Staad.
Subsequent to the purchase McCullough
began an action against the city ot Omaha
to have the special assettamenta Included
In said deduction cancelled. The city con.
tended, successfully, that McCullough. by
reason of the deductions, was at this time
precluded from questioning the validity of
the assessment.
The supreme court. In the raso of Batte'.le
against Mcintosh, In 1901 made the same
ruling as that lust announced by Judges
L axler and Day. The supreme court, how
J('ovor, In the ease of Hart against Beardaley,
decided In January, 19ut, In which caae a
mortgage was deducted aa a prior lien to
taa iuorVga. fotwakwrt la Ui. action, was
1.00 Children's Trimmed ORa
Hats
Children's Trimmed I OR
HfaV
Ladies' street jy q
cloth Automobile ORa
... faUW
2.50 Black Velvet QCn
Hats 30C
the Big Economy Room
Mala
HMf
3.50 Black and Colored QE
Trimmed Hats 33c
25c
1.98
Corsets
A large assortment of straight front din
hip corsets, also short and medium in.
styles in all sizes and colors, at JjO
Girdles, in tape and stripped all sizes
una coiurs special price an.
only aJJJC
We are showing a complete line of tho
"La Marguerite Coraeta," made from tho
finest materials in silks and batiste, war
ranted genuine whalebone filling, styles
auapiea to an ngurea, rrom tne very alight
to the very stout figure special attention
given to fitting.
Kabo corseta. In all tho moat approved
aiyiea, wun ana witnoui nose . I flfl
supporters, at up from I.UU
A complete line of the W. C. G. W. B
erect form and G. D. Justrlta I An
corseta, at up from I.UU
Dr. Warner's rust proof corseta, regular
$1.00 quality, special for Saturday, sizes
18 to 26, colors white, blue and 7C
pink I QC
American Beauty, style 43, with hose sup
porters attached on aide and In Inn
front regular $1.50 quality, at I.UU
Hose
Hose
600 dos. ladles' hose, In lacea, ombrold'erlea.
iancy colors ana plain black, p.
worth from 60o to $100, for only s0C
Ladles' fine wool and heavy fleece
lined boso at
25c
Ladles' plain black and gray mixed lriA
heavy fleece lined hose at Ifc3c
Ladles' plain black seamless hoso f n
at IU
Children's heavy ribbed hose, all l.
sices, at lOo and lfi
Heavy fleece lined hose for boys alt"
and girls, at tOc
Tho celebrated "Poney" brand Ae.
hoso for boys and girls, at. 3"
in fact a second mortgage. Tho owner ot
the second mortgage after confirmation of
salo began to foreclose his mortgage, al
leging that the purchaser, by reason of the
mortgage having been deducted as a prior
lien, was eatopped to question the priority
of tho second mortgage. The supreme
court, however, took the opposite view.
In the decision just rendered tho question
waa whether tho supreme court had receded
from Its position In the Battelle case, and
Judges Baxter and Day hold that tb. su
preme court had not.
WILL START ANEW LIBRARY
Rot. Charles W. Savldge Wants Help
to Establish Reading Room
of People's Chnreh.
Rov. Charles W. Savldge, pastor of the
Peojrie's church, has a new project under
way the establishment of a library and
reallng room in connection with the
church. Ho haa received a small sum of
money and a number of books aa a nucleus
from friends of tho Idea and he Is now
trying Industriously to Increase the dona
tions. "Tho public library, Young Men'. Chris
tian association and other reading room,
all serve their purpose admirably, but
there 1. still room for a library In the
People's church to do good," says Rev.
Mr. Savldge. "Therefore I am working up
tho plan and hope to have a falr-slxed
library full of books and periodicals open
in a short time, I want my friends to
assist me so we can have the room opened
before winter sets In. Books may be
brought to the church at 616 North Eigh
teenth street or will be called for by tele
phoning No, 3441."
NO INVESTIGATION IS COMING
Omaha Child Raving Instltnto Not to
Bo Probed br Governor
Mickey.
"The Omaha Child Saving Institute will
not be Investigated by Governor Mickey,
notwithstanding reports to tho contrary,"
said an Omaha minister who has Just
talked with Governor Mickey on the sub
let.
A committee from the advisory board of
the Institution, consisting of Rev. Hubert
C. Herring. Rev. T. J. Mackay and Mr.
Halford, of their own vlolitlon waited on
the governor Thursday, because they bad
under.tood that he had heard complaints
against the Institution. This was true, but
the governor was convinced of their falsity.
The complaints all came from Colorado
Springs, where lived the father of a girl
who bad been taken by tho Institute and
for whom a home had been found In the
family of a prominent citfxen of Nebraska
City, who later removed to Oklahoma.
This father who, was himself, unable to
care far the child, wrote numerous let
ter, saying that she had been terribly
abused. Sum tjma sgo slanager ulv7
ill
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THE RELIABLE! STORK.
Coupons with every purchase.
free with every purchase.
To still further prove that
following sales. No other house
Saturday's. Leading
Silk Specials
Wplecea Figured Taffeta, In imall denlRna.
toiors, HlacK, unite, urown, QCn
Blue. Red 43
CIRCLE ONE Silk The strongest and beat
fllk for money ollered anywhere, rq.
BO colors, aruaranted to wear, only...UU
Swell New Loulalne Flalda for QQi
Shirt Waists: on aale ilU"
10,0t) yards Velvet on aale Saturday.
VELOIR CHIFFON, the new I Cfl
Velvet. 10 colors hwU
All Bilk Fancy Panne Velvet. I Cf.
worth 2.b, for saw
24-lnch Bilk Coating Velvet, I ftfl
in black i.vw
24-lnch Coating Velvet, worth TKr
$1.50, for I 0
New Fancy Chiffon Velvet fiOr
for Waist Uf
fl.26 Plain Velvet, In black and CQn
colors Oil0
$1.00 Metallic Velvet, 100 pieces it Of
In all OiJ0
$1.60 Mirror and Panne Velveta Oh
at it Mw
Big lot Velvets In two shades of Brown,
two anadea or ureen ana isavyj Tnese
Velveta are worth up to $1.00; 9Q
on aale aIu
Gloves
Ladles' one-clasp mocha gloves, I flfl
In all colors, at I'WU
Ladles' two-clasp silk lined mocha ICO
Cloves, in all colors, at gw
Ladles' finest French kid gloves I flfl
at $i.&o ana I'WW
Ladles' Kayser silk lined gloves I flfl
at .'WW
Ladies' Kayser silk lined cassl- ?Cr
mere gloves at IOv
Ladles' golf gloves. In all colors regular
price, 60c; on sale Saturday 25
Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry.
An Immense collection, including a most
attractive assortment of small, gilt, mantel
clocks, handsome designs for parlor and
living rooms, ciockb unique in cnarcier
with pleasing chimes. Price, $2.50 and up.
RICH CIlT Of AS9 FRENCH AND
AMERICAN COMPLETE STOCK OF
THE BEST MAKERS. BRILLIANT PAT
TERNS SHOWN IN SPECIAL CASKS.
Olive dlahea rrom II. ho up.
Bon Bon dlshea from $2.00 up.
Berry dlshea from $4.8 up.
Water Bottles from $4.25 up.
Ladies' Watches-
Solid 14-karet gold case with seven Jewels,
Elgin movement ana ruuy id fin
guaranteed. Price IU.UU
14-karat
t gold filled 25-year case, with 15
Elkln movement and I JO
guaranteed IUatVJ
lewel
fully guaran
Good gold filled case with special move
mentgood timepiece, 6S5
Ladles' gun metal, open face watch, guar
anteed, our x 7
price only s
Gents' .Watches;
Solid gold 14-karat engine turned case with
7-JeweI Waltham movement. 2 9' 50
14-karat gold filled 20-year case, with ex
tra gorra 7-Jewel movement correct time
piece fully m cn
guaranteed
..-' WW
Fine gold filled casi
time keeper
;. 298
nn
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of tho homo went to Oklahoma and In
vestlgated the reports, finding them without
foundation. The member, of the commit
tee aro much incensed.
MRS. COFFEY WANTS M'KOWN
Deserted Bride Anxious to Bring
Reerennt .pons to OmaJia
for Trial.
Mrs. Alice J. Coffey, the widow who a
year and a half ago gave her heart, and
Incidentally $200 worth of diamonds, to one
John B. McKown, the man who gained
considerable of a reputation In Omaha and
elsewhere because of his partiality for
marrying widows. Is about to go to Mar
shalltown, la., where McKown Is held by
tho ' sheriff on tho charge of obtaining
money under false pretenses. Mrs. Coffey
I. very anxious to secure the release of
McKown from the Marshalltown authori
ties and have him brought hero to stand
trial on the ' charge which she preferred
against him when their honeymoon waa not
yet a week old.
REPAIRS TO BEGIN MONDAY
Improvement oa Streets Under Omar.
aatr Contract Will Bo Proceeded
with Next Week.
Tho Barber Asphalt company haa notified
the city engineering department that re
pairs to streets under guaranty contract
will be started Monday, provided a steam
roller that will bo necessary arrives in
time.
No general asphalt repair, have been
made for a week or ten days because the
Nebraska Bltullthlc company's fore, haa
been busy on new paving on Dodge and
Mason streets. Now the supply of asphalt
haa run out and that enrouto from the
west appear, to have been lost some place
between Ogden and Omaha. As soon aa It
arrive, and 800 yard, of new paving Is put
down tho repairs will be resumed.
WHY HIS FRIEND QUIT HIM
rasnspeettasT Iowa tltlsen Loses Bis
Traveling Companion nnd
Thirty Dollars.
Patrick Enser, a resident of tho little
hamlet of Odebolt, la., arrived in tho city
Thursday night with a traveling compan
ion. They had been together all day long
on a Northwestern train, Enaer told the
police, but at the Union station his friend
"cut him cold." he said. Not until h.
went to pay for hi. breakfast did he dis
cover why his friend had acted so strange.
Enser found that be had lost his purse
and $30 which It contained. He suspects
his friend of the theft
"Garland" stoves and ranges bake tho
broad aaa roast tb nea., that ntaka Ut Baa
WONDERFUL
COUPON SALE
Tbc most liberal and Talaable tickets ever given, absolutely
these coupons are absolutely free,
east or west can or will offer such
Special Sale Ladies' Under
wear Saturday.
Ladles' fine Jersey ribbed pants and
vesta fleece lined, worth 89c, 23C
Ladles' extra heavy down back fleece
lined vests and panta, worth lOr1
6oc, for
Ladles' medicated acnrlet vests and pants,
heavy quality, worth $1.25, QQ
Ladles' extra heavy Jersey ribbed vests
and panta. In silk and wool, Harvard
Mills make, hand crootietod fin- CO
Ish worth $2 00, at l.OVf
Ladles' Harvard Mills combination suits
In allk and wool, silk crocheted, fl (f
hand finished, worth $5.00, for -
Ladles' fine Vega allk combination O I5r
aulta In all colors worth $4 00, at...'
Ladies' cotton fleece lined Jersey ribbed
combination suits worth 7&c 50C
Ladles' half wool combination suits, per
fect fitting worth $1.50, Q$C
Ladles' fine woo! merino combination suits,
extra heavy quality worth $2.00, gQ
Ladles' outing flannel gowns, assorted
colors all sixes, worth 75, 50C
Ladles' heavy outing flannel gowns In
assorted colors worth $2.00, 1.25
Children's Underwear
The Dr. Denton sleeping garments Cfln
In all sizes worth $1.00, for .OUW
Chlldren'a heavy fleers lined vests and
pants, worth 2o to 35c, at 19c, if If
fee and
Children's camel's hair wool vests, pants
and drawers all K tape nnipned, ail sizes
from 16 to 34 worth 3ao to $1.00, Aflr1
at 26o to
Bova' extra heavy fleece lined vesta and
drawers In all sizes, worth 60c, 25C
Bovs' extra heavy cotton fleece lined com
bination suns, in an sizes, worm otlC
Boys' extra heavy wool combination suits
In all sizes worth $1.50, Q&G
LIEN'S SAMPLE HATS ON
SALE SATURDAY AT COc
We have Just secured from two Of the
largest hat manufacturers in the country
their entire line of sample hats, in every
Imaginable shape and color all this sea
son's goods. These hats are worth up to
$2.50. Your choice of the entire lot Cfn
Saturday only UU
Remember we aro sole agents for the
"Imperial" $3.00 hats and Omaha's head
quarters for the world-renowned "John B.
Stetson" hats.
SCHOOL CAPS FOR
.BOYS AND GIRLS
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S FALL AND
WINTER CAPS IN NEAT ASSORTED
PATTERNS WORTH UP TO 60c. "C.
ON SALE SATURDAY AT Ub
Boys' Yacht, Automobile, Brighton and
Golf caps, worth up to $1.00 on title
sale Saturday at
Children's stocking caps at 4Cn
76c-06c-60c-46c-35c and 3
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L2)
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GOSSIP OF THE POLITICIANS
Fops OTerst.p Themsalrei in Placing Kubat
on Tioket for Justice.
LATTER SAYS HE WAS NOT CONSULTED
Declares Be is Republican ana Re
fuses to Be Roped. Into Pops'
CampA Word on
Banmanu
Th. pops overstepped themselvto
again when they placed tho name of C. H.
Kubat.on the ballot as their nominee for
Justice of the peace. Mr. Kubat tried for
a republican renomlnation to the office,
failed and is now out of the race.
"The selection of my name by the peo
ple's Independent party was entirely with
out my knowledge or consent," says Mr.
Kubat. "I will not accept the nomina
tion, nor do I want the office. I am a
republican and will not accept a nomina
tion from any other party."
This la the kind of political ethics ' en
joined by the new primary rules, but
which failed to bear fruit when It came
to a question of the heretofore republican
Judges, Dickinson and Read, accepting a
nomlnatloSi from tho democrat.
"It I. to smile at the allusions by th.
democratic campuign managers concerning
the experience of Otto Bauman, the young
man whom they are trying to make county
treasurer," said a well known business man
yesterday. "I do not question the truth
of the statement that Bauman spent seven
years In a bank, but what bank was it?
The German Savings bank, one of the
enterprises that failed. Of course, I don't
claim that Bauman had the slightest chance
to keep the bank in shape, as I do not
suppose he could have done anything In the
minor position that he held.
"But then, of course, I suppose It takes
experience for any man to learn a lot about
"conservative and careful' financial meth
od.." An tmpoalng program of orator, has been
arranged for the republican mass meeting
in the auditorium at South Omaha to
night. They aro A. W. Jefferla. How
ard IL Baldrige, Byron O. Burbank, I. R.
Andrews and A. II. Burnett.
Th. Btxth Ward Republican club will Join
with tho Fifth ward In a meeting to
night In Magnolia hail at Twenty-fourth
street and Ames avenue. The Sixth Ward
club will suspend Its usual Saturday night
meeting In order that a good crowd may
attend. The program Includes the names of
John L. Kennedy and Mayor Moorea.
Truant UUeor Bnsr.
Truant Officer Parker is still a very busy
man. He has several cases of neglect to
Comply with the compulsory education law
peuolog, aad noarljr ovary tUy Hie. pew
note the prices quoted for the
values.
Grand Leather Goods Sale
Saturday.
Our holiday line of leather goods la ar
riving dally, and to make room for this Im
mense line we must sacrifice a part of our
present stock. Saturday will be the ban
ner day In staple leather goods, such as
Purses, Pocketbooks, Hand Raga Chat
elaine Rags, Automobile and Carriage
Bags, Bill Rooks and Card Cases.
A few prices for Saturday:
Gents' and boys' Purses, 3c each.
ladies' and Uents' Purses, 6o each.
Ulrls' small Chatelaines, 10c each.
Full sized Chatelaine Bags, worth 60c, 75o
and $1.00 at 23o each.
ba Hand Rags. 25n.
2fic Hand Hags! Lie.
$2.00 Automobile and Carriage Bags, $1.00
each.
$1.00 Gents' Bill Books, 60e.
60c genta' and ladles' Card Cases. 2So.
Men's Underwear.
Men's $1.50 all wool underwear, in gray
and camel'a hair in single and double
breasted style all Blzes up to fl nn
60, on sale Saturday at...., .Vv
Men's $2.00 all wool underwear. In gray
and camel's hair, also extra f
tienvv. At a J
Men's 75c fleece lined shirts and A.C
drawers, in all sizes, at ,-W
Men's 60o suspenders, In leather ' yS.r
and silk ends, at
Men's 60c socks in plain and fancy OSr,
colors, at
Sweaters
Ladles' all wool sweaters. In all Q Eft
aizea and colore, at 0911
Misses' all wool sweaters. In all colors
and sizes, at $1.60 25
Heat Department
We are the Leaders Com
pare these prices with
others. ,
"perTb'T: 6ic
Lamb legs, Qi
per lb JU
Mutton stew, 9Xr
per lb . 3
Mutton roast, Alo
per lb. - aC
Veal stew, O Xn
per lb SJC
Veal roast, Clf
per lb. 0C
Veal chops, ff)r
per lb IU
Round steak. OP.
3 lbs for M. 9
Chuck roast,
per lb 0
Rib roast, C
per -lb 8c and
Boiling beef, I) l
per lb - 3
No. 1 Premium hams, 111.
per lb II 3
No. 1 Breakfast bacon, 14 In
per lb. I9C
No. 1 California hams. C .
per lb O1
All kinds of home-made tie
sausage, per lb I 2
Spring chicken, fl
eer lb 9
VA lbs of leaf lard .QQ
We also carry home-made mlnco meat,
celery and oysters.
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complaints. The latest two are against
John Davis, Thirtieth and Dodge, for
neglect to send his son Chester and a
daughter, Blanche, to school, and W. N.
Latham, 29uif Sahler, who ha. failed to
end his .on William to school.
CHURCH IS HELD TO ANSWER
New York Veterinarian Who Cashes
Worthless Check Bound Over
to Higher Coart.
Ferdinand W. Church, tho New York
veterinarian, who secured $22 on a worth
lets check from Raymond V. Cole, was ar
raigned In police court, waived examina
tion and was bound over In the sum of
$800. The check Church presented to Mr.
Cole was drawn on the Omaha National
bank for $50 and was made payable to F.
W. Church and signed "C. J. Cummlngs."
In tracing down the case tho police have
been unable to locate anyone In tho city
by the name of C. J. Cummlngs, who
claims to have signed the check Church
presented, or any other check, on October
25, the day Church alleges he was given
the check in payment for services rendered
Cummlngs, in his professional capacity.
Church say. Cummlngs Is a horse dealer.
The check wa. endorsed by F. W. Church
on the back. Although there 1. a simi
larity In the writing of tho two names on
th check, the police say the Job 1. most
cleverly done and would easily mislead any
unsuspecting person. The detective, are
at work on the case.
CONTRACT LEJF0R LIGHTS
Work of Equipping Federnl Building
Wing; Goes to Firm la
New York.
Custodian Barrows of the federal build
ing has received word from tho Treasury
department of the acceptance of the pro
posals of Caaaidy & Son Manufacturing
company of New York to manufacture and
place in position certain combination elec
tric light and gas fixtures in th federal
building for $3,483.75.
In reference to tho approaching comple
tion of the structure Custodian Barrow,
aid the special miscellaneous supplies
for the new wing of the building have been
authorized by tho government as sent In
by him, and he has also been advised of
the purchase by the government of all the
furniture and Cxturea for the new exten
sion, and theso supplies are being received
dally and stored away, ready for use as
soon as tho building is finished.
Mr. Barrows desires to make known tho
fact that under the recent decisions of the
Treasury department and Civil Service com
mission all appointments in his de
partment aro only authorized and laaued
at Washington.
"A considerable number of persons have
already applied to mo for positions as
watchmen, etc," said he, "aa they observe
the approaching completion of th build
ing. TU. custodian has no authority el&ejr
100 children's coata
trimmed In fancy
Fine children's coat
and
Extra Specials in Suits
150 milts made of cheviots Jackets lined
roV?..0....00: 10.00
200 ladles' sample suits Just received worth
a t0 h'0, n ale Saturdajr fj QQ
Ladies' Goats
100 coats Just received by express made
of fine quality of kersey, lined with
satin, made with deep cape military
style, half fitted back, trimmed with brass
buttons a coat for which other houses
ask $16.00. Our price while Ift nn
they last only IU.UU
Ladies' New Neckwear.
Only two prices for Saturday. 25c and 60c,
for Neckwear worth 60c to $1.00 each.
30c new Ribbons for 15c. This Is the great,
est bargain ever offered, In tho finest line
of new Ribbons ever seen In the city of
Omaha; all colors. Regular price, 300.
Special price Saturday, lie.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
THE CROP OP 1903 OF CALIFORNIA
NEW PEACHES AND ALL DRIED
FRUIT THIS YEAR IS VERY FINE AND
CHEAP.
DRIED' FRIIT BALE.
ONE POUND OF DRIED FRUIT WILL
GO AS FAR AS TWO OH THREE POUND
CANS OF THE SAME FRUIT CANNED.
Fancy Mulr peaches, now 19o3 crop,
per lb 12fto
Fancy Crawford peaches, new 1903 crop,
per lb llVto
Golden Eagle, new 1903 crop, per lb lOo
Fancy Michigan, new 1903 crop, per lb... .80
Fancy Maryland peaches, new 1903 crop,
per lb 7V4o
Fancy Colorado peaches, new 1903 crop,
per lb 60
Choice Salway peaches, new 1903 crop,
per lb ....6c
Evaporated Apricots, new 1903 crop,
' per lb 10c
Choice Evaporated Apricots, per lb 12VsO
TEA AND COFFEE.
A bargain in Coffee Mo
Golden Bean Coffee 12o
Santos Coffee 13o
Government standard Mocha and Java
Coffee 15o
Golden Crown Mocha and Java Coffee. ..28o
Ping Suey Tea, per lb .y 25o
Formosa Oolong lea, per lb 2oo
Imperial Tea, per lo - 25c
Green Japan Tea, per lb : 25c
bun Dried Japan Tea, per lb 25o
English Breakfast Tea, per ib .....26o
Young Hyson Tea, per Ib 25c
Basket Fired Tea 26o
EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED T4I
3E ABSOLUTELY PURE.
20 Lbs. fine granulated sugar for $i-0
10 liars oeat laundry toap for .250
6 Lba. breakfast rolled oats for 19o
5 Lbs. good .'apan rice for I9c
Tapioca, pearl barley, ago, hominy,
ate 3
Quart cans fancy table syrup .....7c
V4 Gallon cans table syrup at j.
.300
to nominate or request appointments for
any .uch positions, and all auch appoint
ment, must emanate from Washington.
The proper method for persona desiring
auch positions Is to apply direct to the
Civil Service commission at Washington,
but before doing so it might be wise to
confer with Miss Coffin, the local aecre
tary of the Civil Service commission, In
the postofflco building her, for application
blanks and other Information pertaining
thereto.
"The new extensions to the building are
not yet entirely finished, though the time
limit has been set for January 1. It prob
ably will bo March 1 before the new exten
sions will b ready for occupancy."
COLONEL CODY COMING HOME
Buffalo Bill Wires Landlord Peters
of Merchants to Join Him
In Hnnt.
Landlord H. B. Peters of the Merchant,
hotel Is In recent receipt of a letter from
Colonel W. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill), stating
that he will bo In Omaha about November
4 or thereabouts. He sailed from England
October 23, and Intends remaining a few
day. In New York before resuming hi.
western trail. He proposes to camp in
Omaha on the Merchant, hotel reservation
long enough for Landlord Peter, to pack
his keester, to .company htm to the wilds
of Wyoming, Big Horn basin, and, in fact,
to Join Colonel Cody In a great big hunt.
Mr. Peters has about half made up his
mind to avail himself of Colonel Cody's
proposition, and thinks that by the time
the colonel reaches her he will have de
cided absolutely to go.
A PESTIFEROUS GERM.
NorraiTi Up (ho Bralp Into Dandruff
and Snpa the Hair's Vitality.
People who complain of falling hair aa
a rule do not know that It la the reault
of dandruff, which la cauaed by a peatlfer
ous parasite burrowing up the acalp aa It
digs down to the sheath lu which the hair
Is fed in the scalp. Before long the hair
root 1. shriveled up and the hair drop. out.
If the work of the germ la not destroyed
hair keeps thinning till baldness comes.
The only way to cure dandruff Is to kill
the germ, and until now there ha. been
no hair preparation that would do it;
but today dandruff is easily eradicated by
Newbro's Herpiclde, which makes hair
glossy and soft aa silk. Sold by leading
druggists. Send lOo In stamp, for sample
to The Herpiclde Co., Detroit, Mich. Sher
man 4 McConnell Drug Co., special agents.
Marring Licenses.
Name and Residence.
Swan A. Anderson. Omnha
Marie E. Anderson, Oinulia
Henry Klauschle. South Omaha.
Bertha Gaube, South Omaha
Peter H. Dunn. Falrbury, Neb....
Bertha E. Reynolds, Kosciusko,
Age.
....30
....JJ
... .21
....18
....24
....
,...23
MUa
Roy L. Edwards, Omaha
May Burns, Omaha. u
21
Children's Day in Our Cloak Department.
Our large deptrtme.it and tremendous stock cf coats for
school children nnd also for the little ones, makes children s day
one of the busiest da ys of the week. Our buyer now In tho
eastern market purchased the entire stock of 6 leading manu
facturerssome of them are hero and will bo on our counters
Saturday at 8 a. m.
made of friezes with deep collar,
colored braid Saturday
95c
1 table of children's long coats, made of flannel, lined and Inter
lined made with big sailor collar, trimmed with braid nnd
satin, aix-s, age 2 to yeara worth $5.00, i Q fl
on sale Saturday - l.aJU
1 table of children's coats, made of kersey In red, 4 QQ
blue, green and tan worth $ti.00, for ,.ki90
1 table of children's coata made of slbellnes. keroey and
other new materials trimmed in velvet aatin and Q QQ
fancy braid worth up to $7.60, for ...,Wi90
1 table of children's coats made of fine kersey, C ftl
slbellnes and velvets worth up to $9.00, for 9UU
5.00
7,50
at $16.00, $12.60. $10.00
Fur Department
200 scarfs worth $2.00, AC
for ygo
iw siirarnan conareiica, maao wit n 10-
Inch high standing collar, - . t nn
worth $5.00. for s.aiU
iuine same lox scans, c flfl
orth $12.00, for n.D,9U
ox scarfs, 9G Inches long, Ifl flfl
orth $18.60, for IU.UU
Special Waist Salo
$5.00 waists
for
$2.00 flannelette wrappers
for
$1.60 eiderdown dressing sacques
for
1.49
.95c
..79J
Umbrellas
Men's umbrellas, from $100 up g QQ
Ladles' umbrellas, from 60a up g QQ
Ladles' fancy border and all the i r
newest shades, from $2.60 up to... 9UU
Children's umbrellas at $.1.50, 8o 5Qd
Pure home made tomato, catsup, per
bottle VAt
Elastic, electric, celluloid or I X L
starch, per pkg THa
1 Lb. pkg. imported maccaronl.. ...7tt4
1 Lb. pkg. best corn starch ii
1 Lb. can Boston baked beans....... 8H1
3 Lb. can golden pumpkin &a
Soda, oyster, butter or milk crackers,
per lb So.
Force breakfast food, per pkg 7o
Neutrita breakfast food, per pkg 7.
Vigor breawfast food, per pkg .7a
Vim breakfast food, per pkg 7Ha
Malta Vita breakfast food, per pkg 7Ha
Egg-o-See breakfast food, per pkg......7VW
Malta Ceres breakfast food, per pkg....7Ho
PEARS.
Choice highly bleached, per lb u 15a
Choice halves, per lb 12V4o
BLACKBERRIES.
Acmo 10o
HA7SIS9,
Imperial
California loose Muscatel....
California seeded
10c
...120
100
...12Mr9
...12VW
...WHo
ioo
I Calif oj cia Connlsaeur brand.
I Koyal Buckingham
, California 1 leached i.uKana'a
. California urbleached
CURRANTS.
Uncleaned ?atras...
Cleaned f fctras
I Uncleaned Acropalls
Cvaied Acropalls ..
70
80
lOo
10a
lOo
100
100
100
.:...ioo
100
lb... 10o
100
10a
PUB-
CANDY CANDY CANDT.
Choco.ate tfrops, per lb 1
Yankee peanut candy, per lb
Swedish kisses
Lemon frops, per lb
Cocoanut squares, per lb
baited peanuts, per lb
Cinnamon drops, per lb
Sassafras or wlntergreen drops, per
Hoarhound dropa, per lb
Cocoanut taffy, per lb ,
GIFT COUPONS WITH EVERY
CHASE.
THROUGH CARS TO DUNDEE
Serrios to Be Established Within
Weeks, Bays Mr. Smith.
Twt
FARNAM LINE BEING CONNECTED UP
Street Railway Company Bnsy with
Dodge Street and Other Linos
and Will Order New
Cars.
"Within two week, wo expect to have
all the Dundee Una In first-class shape,
from Fortieth and Farnam to Fiftieth and
Underwood avenue, the end ot the Una,
and the Farnam street car service will b
extonded Into that territory."
This statement was mada yesterday
by General Manager William A. Smith
of the street railway company. Mr. Smith
said further:
"Wo are at present repairing th Dodgo
street line from Tenth and Farnam to
Twenty-fourth and Lake street, and th
Commercial avenue line from Sherman ave
nue to Ames avenue, beside, the work un
der way of repairing tho entire Dundee
line. Tho work of th. Dodge and Com
mercial lines w do not expect to have
completed before some time early In th.
spring, because the workmen hav founl
It very hard to remove the old cable tracka
Tho Dunde line will be completed within
two weeks and the Farnam street car
service will then be extended with a sched
ule of one car every twenty minutes. It
is figured at present that every other car
will make the through trip. The old cable
cars on the Dodge line and the old cars
now being used on the Dundee lino will ba
taken to aome of th other stub line, for
use there.
Replacing; All the Time.
"No order, have yet been placed for new
cars to replace the ones In use on th
Dodpre line, but we have got to such a
point that we have to keep replacing and
scrapping old car. every spring. Next spring
we will have new cars for use on the Far
nam and Harney lines and it Is probable
that the cars In use on theae street, 'now
will be placed on Dodge and several of th
other line, where the service haa not been
so good."
Asked If the report was true that th old
two-truck cars of tho Omaha and Council
Bluffs line were to be used on th South
Omaha line, Mr. Smith said: "It Is not
the purpose of th company to make it a
regular thing to run these large car on
the South Omaha line, but at present w
are using them night and morning as trip
pers on the South Omaha and the Sherman
avenue lines. They will not be run regu
larly on these lines, tut Just when th.
travel Is heaviest. Considerable difficulty
is experienced In starting and stopping th
large cars and time is lost, so that w
do uot believe that it Is a paying Invest
ment to ua them on lines where ther. ara
short block requiring; many .tops."
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