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TF1E OMAIlX "UAiLY REE: SATURDAY, NOVEMRERY, 1003.
n I v Ladies9 25c and 50c Belts at 10c INDIAN BEAD CHAINS AT 49c A splendid assortment of Indian beads, all 72 inches A f- long with tassel enda hi pearl, turquoise blue and jL Jet, worth as high as t2 Saturday only, at t J' .3 Handsome belts of patent leather, crush leather girdles, peau de Pole belts, with buckle back and front, also patin belts, worth 25o and 60c, at.... 10c Late Modes in Cloaks and Suits I o r A 44 MsCJ . AVUVlL? Stylish Suits at $12.50 The latest and cleverest ideas in medium priced suits here are splendidly made suits in the new cloths and colore the kind you expect to pay 20 for, at 12 .50 High Grade Suits at $17.50 Very stylish and exclusive effects in novelty 17.50 .XA i is;!? suits for fall and winter wear prettiest styles well worth $30, at 100 FANCY SAMPLE SUITS In street and dress styles many with no dupli catesblacks, browns, gray mixtures, etc values from 135 to &, in three lots, at $24.50, $35, $45 Fine Kersey Jackets Heavy ttorm collar, double breisted " -v r- front, half fltte :ack. worth 16 and W J Q Ladies' Long Coats 43 Inches long, all wool English Kersey, J g f well lined throughout, good $10 value, il.lJN at, in basement v v Swell Long Kersey Coats 8.98 New Military Coats English kerseys, with bran, sUrer or f g q gun metal button trimming new leaf vf vJ7"4 oapea and belt, at J Cravenette Coats at $8 98 and $12 50 The popular and sensible Cravenettes, absolutely rain proof, at - Double cape, flat collar. an iuiea, at Winter Underwear Entire Surplus Stock and Samples Bought from A. V. Porter. 43-45 White Street, N. V-. on Sale Saturday at 45 Cents on the Dollar. .... , . A tremendous purchase of the very highest grade fall mnd winter underwear for women, children nnd boy $ from the mill agent, A. W. Porter, 43-45 WiiUe street, New York. A backward season left this great house with a remarkably large surplus stock. We bought the whole lot, together with all the sample lines, ot lets than cost to manu facture. Ladies' Underwear . Ladles' fine ribbed underwear, silk trimmed, medium and heavy welg-ht, splendidly made undergarments ' jQ. OCr-t and worth up to 60o each, at... l7wewOw Ladies Extra Fine Underwear Medium and heavy weight fine Egyptian cotton Underwear, silver gray, nat ural wool, camel's hair, etc, worth as high A trj-t as 11.25 a garment, at....... ..... OyC-4yC-OyC Children's Fine Underwear An exoollenl grade of children' uade r wear, in fine ootton and fleecy -4 fri C. lined, worth up to 35o a garment, at ,T. 1 VlC"" IOC Misses' Underwear Boys' Underwear J heavy ribbed 4 Fleecy lined, all wool tnd n ia nd Punts, worth inC"ZuC Part wo1' medium and 2nC-.WC.4VC C at A-rw vs heavy, worth up to , at.. J7W"t7W Ladies' Union Suits Misses', Children's and Boys' Union Suits wool worth in sn Misses', children's and boyg Union 4 t"l n hair a suit. jyc-4yC"0yC-yoC suits, an kinds-at o9c-49c iBSB Fine and heavy ribbed , vests ana Up to 50c, All fins cotton and wool, worth . up to dollar and at per suit .... Golf skirt with button trimming, NY ell QQ fitted. t - t s V- 8.98 and 12 50 Dress skirt Cheviot, broad cloth, etc, some with Q Q Q silk drop, at VVO Hosiery Sale Sample and odd lots of ladles', men's and chil dren's high grade hosiery plain, fleecy lined and all wool In medium and heavy weight actually worth up ,10 thlrty-flve cents a pair at 10c-i2fc-15c Kid Gloves at 59c All the new fall shades, many real kid leather, and standard makes, worth 11.60 Golf Gloves at 29c Ladies' dren's Gull Gloves in imported - Hootch and camel's hair and fleecy lined, worth 1, at.... Corsets at 25c Fine Corsets in all popular colors, worth tl and $1,50, at.... II nnd kerchiefs Ladies' and men's Handker chiefs, worth up to 25o etich. j'llp UW A Mi 59c and chil- 29c 25c at. Smart Millinery t Moderate Cost Ladies' $7.50 Black Trimmed Hats at $3.50 Two hundred and forty-seven beautiful silk velvet, chiffon and braid hats, trimmed with ostrich plumes, satin ribbon, ornaments and silk roses, a regular 7.50 value, for Saturday $3 Genuine Nap $1.69 Beavers at x la all the new shapes and col ors, black, brown, -1 f rmvv .rnafrrnn1 oat. II dinal, well worth $3.00, at Ladies' 4.50 Trimmed Hats at 1.98 We offer for Saturday your choice of any of our IJ trimmiKl hats in all the new shanes and the verv li t V-'. best materials that have been selling heretofore at $4.50 Saturday, at Saturday-Children's Day Children's 3.50 Trimmed Hats in the pretty and taety ideas, $1 CQ at Children's $1.50 School Hats pretty, newi and be coming effects, 19C Misses' regular. 50c Au tomobile Caps Special Saturday, IOC $1 Street Hats at 10c Saturday in the Basement Here are jaunty street hats trimmed with quills, breasts, pompoms, etc., that have been selling at $1, -fl f, special, Saturday, I If C only " 50c bunches black Qn satin roses, at -?.V $1.50 ostrich plumes inches long,, iT9C BASEMENT SPECIALS Pretty golf skirts at $1.98 In the new fancy stripe melton yoke effect button trimmed, 4 ft easily worth up to LWrJ 3.60, at.-. $10 long coats at 3.98 -Full t length coats of heavy. Tneltons, loose and fitted back, worth '' f Q up to llu special - "J CHLDREN'S DAY OFFERS la Our Children's Dep't-2d Floor Full length, heavy melton, in red and btue, larpe braid cape collar, -4 "V Q new sleeves and cuffs, ages 4 to 14, I Vf fl worth IJ.60, at w Children's heavy zibeline long coats extra heavy weight, one large f C) cape and tab front, strap trim- - , VJ fl med, 0.60 value, at... ......... .. v ' - Splendid showing of new and hand some children's garments, the smart est effects for the lit- A QRun A W.Rd tie ones ever here, at. Big Carpet Sale Offer for Alonday One big lot of odd rolls of velvet moquette, Axminster Brussels and other high grade carpets of which we have but one roll of a kind. Many of these carpets re worth $1.75, but to close them out quickly Monday we offer them at 59c. We bought them cheaply and we will sell them ridiculously cheap, $1.75 zffl vJ j carpets at. w J " '. This is the biggest bargain carpet sale Gmaha has ever known. . 1 GREAT BOOK SALE SATURDAY We bought an entire stock ol books, they to on sale tomorrow at less than 1-4 regular prico $1.50 Books at 25c each One big lot of Scribner's copyrights,' Sireet & Smith copyrights, Souvenir Editions, l "Around the Pan," "Uncle Sam, Trustee," and 1 M HT hundreds of other books, worth from 75c to 1. 50 Jr X&t all go at, each One lot . of fancy Dresden I One big lot of Handy Edition, cover gUt books-regular ... regular 25C books Tl r each ??.!??.h.'.tfI I go at, each . . . J2 And hundreds of other well known standard books at less than one-fourth regular price. AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Overlap Eondi Votsd in June Bold and Ouh h in Hand. OLD CLAIMS ARE BEING SORTED OUT Coaarll latcada Par In O Salaries s Claims aa Hapldtr Pos sible, Which Will Be Sbb Tine. . -The overlap bonds voted on June 23 of this year have been sold and the money, 170,000. was received by Frank J. Morlarty, cashier ot the Vackers' National bank, yes- terday murnlng. This money Was at once turned over to K. It. Howe, city treasurer. t The trenvurer deposited 125,000 of the money " In the South Omaha National bank, the same amount In the Union Stock Tarda Na tlonal bank and lbs balance in the Packers' National bank. Yesterday afternoon the finance eomr. us of the council worked for three ho. looking- over and sorting out old claims anv. arranging' for the making up Of an appro priation sheet. When this sheet Is mads up It will mean the Immediate expenditure of about 130.000. Then the next payday will run about HO.ouO. The council Intends pay ing off. salaries and claims as rapidly as possible This will take some time, how aver, as some of the bills are old, and will have to be looked Into. Four months' pay Is coming to the city officials, the firemen and the policemen. These bills will na turally be In the first appropriation. With the payment of these back bills the city will be In first -class condition finan cially, and It appears to be the Intention of the city officials to keep the expenditures down to the 'appropriation for the fiscal year, so that there will be no overlap next year. -"Seetloa Hass Injured. Joseph Skrouprlnskl. a section hand em ployed by the Burlington railroad, was run down by a handcar at a point abouf a mile south of South Omaha yesterday and quite badly Injured. Hs did not hear the car coming and failed to get out of the way in time. After local doctors had patched him up the Injured man was taken to his home at 2932 Spring street, Omaha. Traaaes Half lp. Centractor Welse stated last night that the steel trusses for the roof of the library building were half up, and that with good weather the balance would be placed In a week. He expects to begin laying the tile roofing In two weeks at the latest. Aa soon as the roof of the building la on the work on the Interior finish will commence. A file; Special at Clothlna; ta Easy Pnymeat. Tomorrow we begin a big special sals of men's and hoys' clothing at a great sacri fice. Our entire atock of goods will be sold t a sacrifice. If you have not the ready "h you can get whatever you require on I dlt. paying a little every pay day. Note 4 following lew prices: - Suits worth 120, now 112. Suits worth lis, now 18. BO. Suits worth 110. now 16. Overcoats worth 120, now 110. Overcoats worth 115. now 17.50. Everything else In proportion. Call early and avoid the rush. No trouble to show goods. Credit to everybody. PIONEER CLOTHINO CO.. 2515 N St. Waat More Mosey. Those who were appointed on the elec tion board are preparing to make a de mand for more money. J. J. Breen Is busy securing converts to his Idea and he says that a demand certainly will be made. Breen asserts that the duties of tuiiftiVrViVfVrVu-ViV Expert Tailoring I It takes expert tailoring and cutting now to mould suits to fit men as they want to be fitted nowadays. There must be lots of snappy etyle, and fit must be perfection. All this our tailors have accomplished. Elegant, stylish, runde to your measure, perfect fit ting full and winter suits. I Unfinished worsteds, Irish tweeds, fttjj f,. - S imported Scotches, and any one VxW D A n fl Ifl of a great variety of ef I! I 1 1 I the finest fall suitings- r a tf' v v w you may select for w up m AK1orb."s"!t"..... $15.00 M We make a fine overcoat. In kersey, melton, Irish friese, vicuna, chinchilla. Moutenae. and a variety of overpialde All the styiiaii novelties any style you prefer $18 00 " . We guarantee a perfect fit and satisfaction. Z J. E. Altny & Son. I Selling Ageots for Wanoa maker A Brown, 122 S. 13th St, 'ill US MTMf f !?!!!! Ill llflf tl llftf Jt If tff t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i t i t i u a t t , i i m t tl i l-t the Judges and clerks of election are such that more money should be paid and he will appeal to the proper authorities for an Increase in the stipend usually given. Maa-lo City Gossip. Charles Altstadt Is out with a petition for bailiff. He wants to be bailiff In Judge Button's court. Police Judge King was receiving the congratulations of his democratic friends yesterday on his election. Superintendent McLean is still looking for teachers to go to Wyoming and work in rural districts for W a month. Clover Leaf Camp No. t, Royal' Neigh bora of America will hold a basar and en tertainment at Woodmen hail on Novem ber li. There will be an old maids' tea party and refreshments will be served. Marie Oooden. dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. I Clarence Oooden, Fifteenth and W streets, celebrated the anniversary of her elgth birthday last night. About two dozen young friends were preaent. There waa music and refreahmenta. The remains of Mrs. Gertrude Irwin were interred At Laurel Hill cemetery yes terday afternoon. After brief services at the family residence. Thirteenth and Mis aourl avenue, the remains were conveyed to the First Methodist Episcopal church, where formal services were held. TOO HANDY WITH HIshOTGUN Drnaken Maa Flrca Throagk Wladow la His Owa Hoaaa lata Nelgh hor'a Dwelling;. Charles Gillen, who lives at 1S Ames avenue, lecame Intoxicated last night, and made things lively In the vicinity of his residence. He loaded up hla shotgun and standing In the middle of his dining room fired one barrel through one window and the other through another. These proceed ings would not have been regarded with so much disfavor by the residents of the neighborhood had it not been for the fact that one of the loads passed through a window In a neighboring house. To this ths owners objected, and an officer was called, who took Mr. Gillen to the station, where he was charged with being drunk and suspicious character. During -the evening the neighbors called and Informed Desk Sergeant Marshall that they were afraid Gillen would do them violence when he se cures his release from Jail. Before leaving they gave It as their intention to file charges against Gillen In a Justice court and have him placed under bonds to keep the peace. According to the story related at the sta tion It seems the man has been In the habit of gofhg on periodical rampages during which he gets out his trusty weapon and fires at anything In sight. Including chickens, dogs, cats ' and In soma caaes even goes so far aa to land a load In the vicinity of any person who chances to bs In sight. This kind of conduct Is becoming distasteful to some of the better ciuxen. ana they propoae puiung a stop to It WOMAN IN CLUB AND CHARITY Among the matters that carife up for dis cussion at the .recent meeting of the Wis consin Federation, held at Appleton, waa the proposition to group the club towns and cities of ths state into districts with refer ence to railroad connections. This would indeed be en innovation but certainly a wise one, for every year many women are compelled to miss the state meetings because it is Impossible to make the railroad connections, while the work ot the district office -s In nearly every Btate is seriously limited for the same reason.- i The eighteenth annual meeting of ths Nebraska Young Women's Christian asso ciation will be held at York, November 13, 14 and IS. Entertainment will be furnished a limited number of visitors and the women Intending to attend are requested to notify the local secretary as soon as possible The speakers as announced are: Miss Helen F. Barnes, city secretary for the American committee; Mrs. Emma F. Byers of the Omaha association; Mias Gold Corwln, stale secretary or Nebraska; Prof. F. A. Stuff, State university; Mrs. E- L. Hinman; Miss Florence N. Hanson, general secretary Lincoln association; Miss Myra Withers, general secretary ot the State University association. Ths new club house for the St. Louis Woman's club is rapidly being completed and the formal house warming and opening Is expected to take place, the latter part of this month or early In December. Applica tions have already been received far the use of the various rooms for social and other purposes and the clubhouse premises to be as much of a success financially as it Is otherwise. The ballroom, which is be- AFRICAN NATIVES MAKE WAR Ing built at a coat of 110,000, Is to be the finest In St. Louis 'and it is expected that thia will be one of the moat profitable ad juncts to the clubhouse. regular class work waa omitted and games and merriment substituted. The gathering was large and the evening most enjoyable. The program for the congress of the National Union of Women Workers of Oreat Britain and Ireland, to be held In Cheltenham early In November, reads very much like on j of an American federation meeting. The new Education act, concern ing which there has been so much agitation In Great Britain, comes In for more dis cussion at the congress. Miss Powell ths English never announce the given nfime of New York. a woman of the Cambridge Training Col lege for Women Teachers, Is to lead a de bate on some phases of education in sec ondary schools. "Secondary Education Under the New Act" and "Evening Contin uation Schools" will be discussed. "Gam bling and Speculation Among Women" has a peculiar sound. The duchess of Beaufort is to give the opening address and many women of title are Included in the list of speakers. Miss Dorothea Beale, principal of the Cheltenham Ladles' college, one of the best women's colleges In England, Is also among the speakers. Movements of Ocean Vessels Iot. 5, At New York -Arrived: Mongolian, from Sailed: La Touralne, Glasgow and Moville. for Havre; Rheln, for Bremen; Prlns Oikar! ..fi .luiuiui.n. ior uias- gow. At wueenstown Bailed: Oceanic Liverpool, for New York. At Liverpool Arrived Teutonic, New York. . At Havre Arrived 'New York. At Naples Arrived: 6 Report that Fort Has Beta tared as! Maay People Killed. Ca. LONDON, Nov. . -According to the Capetown correspondent of the Daily Mail the Boniielawa tribesmen, who are en tfkged in a native rebellion in Damarland, a country of southwest Africa, forming a part of the German poaseaalona, there, hearing that reinforcements were being sent against them, redoubled their efforts snd succeeded In capturing Warmbad fort.. They burned the fort and the village, maaaacred ail the Germans and took ths Engliah families prisoners. A relieving force from ths north mean while engaged a large body of natives snd heavy fighting ennued. Ths trouble la said to bave been due to the esecuUua of a ehlaf by German effiosra. YOUR BLACK SUIT to be correct should bear this famous mark MAKERS V NEW YORK Serges, cheviots, thibets, vicu nas.unfinished worsteds t made lustrous and lasting in the BENJAMIN shrinking plant Guaranteed all pure wool and fast color of your money back. The single-breasted sackt 4 buttons, narrow lapels. The double breasted i 3 but tons, wide lapels. Both have broad, concave shoulders, hand padded i hand made button-holes and close-fitting collars j all hand work except where expert machine work improves upon it Ths price Is rljtht Your money back If anythin goes wren, Fee sale by us only. GUARANTEE CLO. CO. 1519-21 Douu Sired from from La Loralne, from Princess Irene, from vruH?"0)? . Prugla, from New York, via Naples and Genoa. At Genoa-Sailed; Nord Amerlka, for New York. EXERCISE YOUR SKIN keep up its activity, and aid its natural changes, not by ex pensive Turkish baths, but by HAND SAPOLIO, the only soap that liberates the activities of the pores without working chemical changes. Costs but a trifle. - . ' C) TRADE - VTMUTTTT MARK A circular letter from Mr. Mary Wood Allen, president of tha National Council ot Women, addreased to the local councils, concerning the Quinquennial to be. held Sn Germany next June, aays in part; "As president of the American council It becomes my duty to send a list of women capable of making reports and participating in discussions of subjects falling under the following heads: 1. The education of girls and woman. 1 The Industrial position and progress ef women. S. The civil rights of women. 4. The volitlcal position of women. E. Women in letters, science and art. "In making nominations I beg you to have in mind this condition, strictly stipu lated by the German committee. No one will be Invited to speak whose voice can not be trusted to carry easily and Intel ligibly what she has to say. This must be borne In mind and however able intellect ually a woman may be, she must not be nominated unless her voice can carry her thoughts." It is, indeed, gratifying that women are beginning to wake up to the fact that It ia quite as ' desirable that a speaker be : able to make herself heard as that she have aomethlng worth hearing to say, for, in the words of the delegate from the Catholic I Woman's league of Chicago to the Los Angales biennial in her commendation of ' the appointment of a convention reader, j "These gentle Annies that havs been speak I ing to us In pantomins have certainly been , a trial." The woman with the bad voice has one of the conspicuous regretable tea ' tures of nearly every convention of slse and has occaaloned much loss of valuable time, I The Women's Christian association at Its meeting Tuesday morning sent out 1,000 large paper bags to its friends in Omaha with the requeat that they be Oiled and re turned to the Old People's home for the Thanksgiving celebration November II, that I to be the date ot the annual reception, j Mesdames P. L- Ferine, G. W. Clarke, Che t wood Hamilton. W. B. Taylor, O. II. Pratt, Cadet Taylor. F. W. Clarke, A. B. .Bomers and John Bteel constitute the re ' ception committee at the home that day. Mias Ida Goodman will address the gospel meeting ot the Young Women's Christian association Bunday afternoon and Mias Minnie CoaUworth will sing. The November board meeting will take place Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, Ths Hallowe'en party of the gymnasium girls ef South Branch given last Friday evening waa Illustrative tt the social pos sibilities and value ef ths association. The WmTTA Why Buy an Inferior Polish? SfilNOLA BEST ssa amteolls) ell other tte shoe nollshee. It is easily applied stints instantly. & gives a waterproof polish which lasts a week. Apply it with the SiSNOLA Dauber, (5c) and Polisher (20c) A large box at your Dealer's 10c, or by mall postpaid. 1 100 SIIRJXS FOR A DIME. Shinola Co., Rochester, N. Y. SHINOLA Daaber, jc. and PoiUher, soc, bat 3 lambs wwl suffer, S. backed by flexible i!L lbent ever tn'.dfc At Jdealers, iw. 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