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EDITORIAL SHEET. PAGES 9 10 16. KSTABLISIIED JUNE 19, 1871. OMAHA, SATUKDAY MOKXIXQ, JfOVEMBEK 14, 1903. SINGLE COPY Til BEE CENJS. J i H lils 111 InK HK4.IAIlL.ta; I1UHK. Wonderful success. The high stand ard of the garments and the reasonable prices make this one of the greatest sales of women's suits, cloaks, skirts, and waists evtr known. There are hundreds of women's up-to-date gar ments awaiting your inspection at prices scarcely half their regular value. 500 suits and oloaks just received by express, ready for Saturday selling these are the newest and latest. $10.00 Suit Salo 175 women's suits nearly all manu facturer's samples they are lined with (Jivernaud Bros, taffeta and guarantee satin they come in fancy mixtures and Lyman's wool cheviots, in all the long skirt coats in both straight and blouse fronts made to sell for $15.00, 118.00 and f 22.50 You can't beat CIO it for UiU .Women's suits in brown, blue and blacks only, a new lot, nictly trimmed they are worth f 27.50 We bought them d"J Cfl cheap and will sell them for I liwU Women's suits, extraordinary values in green, brown, blue and black, made of fine quality of zibeline with all the up-to-date trimmings they are regular $35.00 values, OK flfl for only Women's We are told by hundreds of women that we nave the noniilent cloaks to be hart anywhere we believe It our cloak buyer goes to the New York markets and al ways gets the newest things for the Omaha women. The new Military coat Is One of the most nobby style of the sea son a handnome practical gar- Oft ment. like cut, only WfcU Women's coats, shout 27G of them, In inclines, saun unco, oniy, sacn SATURDAY 18 CHILDREN'S DAT IN One lot of children's cloaks In blue, red, of kersey, sixes ( to 12, only, each Children's cloaks In kersey, slhellnes and snouiocers, pi pen in velvet, trimmed in styles, only, each Children's closks, sample garments from four t'lty, In kersey and slbellne, made with stole fronts, only Children's fine sample coats, not over two Waist D Fifty-five dosen remaining from our great inose we sold at 1.4. The lot will be closed out Saturday at, each .Women's heavy resting waists, flannel, silk and velvet waists, one great big lot. worth up to 17.00, at, each Far De par tment. Women's astrakhan cloaks, lined with Skinner's sarin, at.. Women's beaver coats, very finest quality, ranted ror tnree years, sold everywhere for 190,00, our price only Jllnk capes, trimmed with a row of tails, the usual price, $160,00; our price only Women's extra long Blberlan fox scarf.i, $26.09 values, for each , Women's mink scarfs, trimmed with mink tails. ror IvVomen's scarfs in four different kinds of at Women's Coney scarfs . at Kxtra Bps.cla.ts Children's long coats, regular $6.00 values, for Women's plush capes, $6.00 values. Kersey capes, satin lined, $8.00 and $10,00 values, for Women's rainy day skirts at SIGN CONTRACT FOR HOSPITAL Methodist Authorities and Boohoforl & Gould Complete Frelimioaij Bteps. WORK ON BUILDING STARTS THIS FALL .stractare te Oeeapy Emlsest Site mt GU.ws. Aveane aad Cassia s; Street aad Be Ideal la WerlUBaashls. "A contract waa signed up with Roche- ford At Gould, contractors, Thursday night calling for the partial construction of the proposed Methodist Episcopal hospital," said C. W. DeLamatre, president of the Omaha Hospital and 'Deaoonesa Home as sociation of the Methodist Episcopal church in Omaha. "The contract was signed by myself as president and Rev. D. K. Tln dall, recording secretary, in tbe presence of Presiding Elder Jesse W. Jennings and the contractors. "The boiler house and laundry and the Derating pavilion, both two-story brick and stone structures, will be carried to completion this fall and the central portion f the main ward building will be carried sip to the first story." The plan, of the new hospital, now In the office of Architect Thomas R. Kimball, 603 WcCague block, call for a pretentious group of buildings, the whole to compose what Will be known as the Methodist Episcopal h capital and to be located on an elevated p'ot of ground eminently suited as hospital Bite at Glen wood avenue and Cuming street. The main hospital building will, have a frontage of nearly 300 feet on Cuming street overlooking the prettiest part of Bemla park. The main hospital building or ward building has a central elevation of five stories, with four wings branching out from it four comers diagonally, each of which will be three stories high when completed. The operating pavilion, which is to be built this fall, stands Immediately back of the center of the main structure and some fifty feet to the rear of the operating pavilion the boiler room and laundry is to be constructed. East of the operstlng pavilion a hugh intake shaft, or chimney. Is to be erected. It la octagonal. In shape and will rise to the height of about sixty feet. Through this intake shift fresh air will be supplied to the main building. To Be Fireproof. The entire group of bulldlugs, consisting of the main ward building with lis four large wings, the operating pavilion . and the combined butler house and laundry, are to be constructed of brick, stone aad Iron, with a view to rendering them absolutely fireproof. The original plans called for "slow burning" buildings, but these have been changed to the end that as nearly as possible in modern architecture fireproof bulldlugs will be erected. The coutravt entered into with Rocheford & Gould contemplates the construction this fill and winter of the boiler house and Uundry, the operating pavilion and the X rttfleUon of the basrmsnt atorv of tha central portion of the mala building, width I is 150x4 feet on the ground plan. Work 1 is to commeuce lmmedUttaly and to be ! carried to completion as expeditiously as CtoDt lept. ' 'i HI f ,iU VI faUiUU Cloaks. Women's coats we always aim to give our customers the bent 110.00 coat shown In the west. We have hene this year tn fine kerseys, In black, brown, navy and tan they are lined with Skinner's satin made with capes over shoulders, trimmed with stracs of the same material they cost you $15.00 elsewhere; our price, 4 l ft each Will all-sizes and colors In kerseys and $5 OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT. and castor, made of good quality ' , 2.98 ia OVAf fancy mixtures, trimmed with cape over fancy braid and several 3.95 York 5.00 of the manufacturers In New capes over the shoulders and of a kind, at each, 115.00, tl&OO and epartmeat. 7.50 sale. These are better value, than .. 89c .2.38 12.50 no better In the world, war S60 ...$(10 -...$15 $5 2.90 79c fura ... ......... ..... ..a.............. for .atarday. 1.39 2.98 . 55 3.98 possible. Excavating for tha i..n..n walls of the boiler house and operating parutuu prooaoiy wiu begin by the first of next week. . The contract price of the work let to Rocheford it Gould has not been definitely learned, but is approximated at $25,000. ' Tho exact dimensions of the main hos pital building and wings as planned have been ascertained to be as follows: Main building. 610x40 feet: four main ww. which are to be erected at as early a date as possible arter the construction of the main building, the boiler house and oper ating pavilion to be each 82x80 feet Tha operating pavilion will bo 18x57 feet and will contain besides a main nrwrmini ampltheater for clinics, two small operating uuiui wr iirivsie operations, ine Doner room and laundry will be 34x70 feet in di mensions on the ground Plan and is to be equipped with the latest and most approved mecnanicai aevices lor heating the entire group of buildings. EARLINQ WITHHOLDS VIEWS rresideat of Milwaukee Regards Grata Market aa aa Liaportaat ' (estloa. A. J. Earling, president; H. R. William., general manager, W. J. Underwood, assist ant general manager, and E. 8. Keeley, general freight agent of the Chicago, Mil waukee 4k St. Paul railway, made a brief stop in this city yesterday. The party was in President Barling's private car, Min nesota. They have been out several days going over the line on a tour of inspection. The party came in over the Burlington from Kansas City and departed via the Mil waukee for Chicago at 10:30 a. m. When asked as to what he thought of Omaha's future as a grain center. President Earling stated that he thought that too broad a question to answer without taking the matter up in detail, which he did not have time to do. He said there are many things to be taken Into consideration in an swering a question of such sweeping im portance, and the only statement which he would care to make at present would be that what la good for Omaha will likewise be good for all the railroads centering here. President Earling hud nothing to say regarding the rate situation brought about by the' entrance of the Chicago Great Western into the Omaha territory. He said he had been absent from home several days and was not familiar with recent develop ments In the rate situation. His trip to this city has no special significance at ,thl time, he is simply on a tour of inspection, and stopped in the city long enough to call at the offices of his company. NO RECTOR IS YET SELECTED Bishop Worthlactoa aad Trtaity Vestry CoBsiderlac Masses of Caadiaates for Pvlplt. Blahop Worthlngton and the vestry of Trinity cathedral have ben considering names among the vlrrgy for an appoint ment to the charge of that parish, but so far no step has been taken. The bishop is considering several names. If you can spell, you may win a prize. Watch The Mundajr Bee. UBDDEBFUL Coupons with every purchase. The most liberal and valuable tickets ever given absolutely free with every purchase. To still further prove that these coupons are absolutely free, note the prices quoted for the following sales. No other house east or west can or will offer such values. Hardware, Stoves and llouscfurnishings A big blizzard coming. Buy a Stove row. Don't wait. We have over 76 different kinds and ls;s to select from. We carry the great UNI VERSAL, line, FINEST BTOVE MADE IN AMERICA. THE REOAL UNIVERSAL double heating bum-burner beats MM CH them all t 44(DU THE UNIVERSAL. OAK. best Oak made, perfectly air-tight, a great floor heater; a. regular &?0.00 stove, g gQ THE BELLE OAK. a perfectly air-tight stove, 16 In., nicely nickeled; a regulnr 115 00 stove. We sell ' , II Ffl them for llsQU 14- IN. OAK stove, very handsomely nickel trimmed; a regular 112.00, 1 AP for I iUO 12-Inch Oak, a regular $10 stove, Q JJj ATLAS" IIOT rlLAST " 16-in'.' 'keeps lire 48 hours; a regular 114.00 In fn stove lU.OU 15- 1N. wood nrs air-tight ItlU 14-IN. wood O IE air-tight CtCQ 9c elbows .... fjt' .hn'ds .. U .. I5C 30-ln. stove boards 39c HEAT DEPARTMENT Good meats cheapest That is why our big meat mar ket is so popular with careful housewives. Worrell's Iowa Pride hams, per pound Veal stew, per pound ..lie ...3c .44c 10c .7ic I Veal roast. per pound Veal steak, per pound. ..A. .......... Veal chops, per pound Fancy mutton atew, per pound ............ Fancy mutton roast, per pound Fancy mutton leg, per pound Fancy lamb legs, per pound Hind quarter spring lamb, per pound ... Forequarter spring lamb, per pound Loin mutton chops, per pound ...J.......... Boiling beef. 2c 4ic 8ic 9c 6 7c 2ic per pound.... Shoulder roast. 5c per pound Rib roast. per pound S'- pounds round steak K for - No. 1 prairie chicken for ......5c 25c .....50c nn JU FIRST SNOW OF THE SEASON Blight Preoipiution on Kearly Samo Date u tait Year's Initial NO IMMEDIATE CHANGE IN WEATHER Cool, Cloudy aad More Saow Is Pre dicted by Forecaster Welsh, Who Reviews tho Bitaatioa. The coating of white on the around Fri day may not have been much much aa a snow, though it served every purpose of demonstrating that when he tries the weather man can be lust as punctual and regular in hla dispensations as anybody. For Instance, it was Just one year ago, lacking one day. that Omaha saw its first snow in the season of 1902-S. A snow much heavier than the one which fell Friday covered the ground November It. The snow Friday is what is called In weather bureau vernacular a "trace." It was a one one-hundredth of an inch pre cipitation and wae mingled with rain. It came about o'clock and made only a fashionable call the only thing preventing Its being an' afternoon call being the time of day. Qaite a Coieeldeat. Said Weather Forecaster Welsh: "The first snow of last year waa Just about a year ago, or, to be more correct, on No vember 14, 1902. It, too. was a mingling of rain and snow, and at one time the snow showed on the ground to a depth of about one-third of an inch. The minimum temperature for this Immediate locality for this season waa Wednesday morning, No vember 11. when a temperature of 32H was reached. Today's weather promises a con tinuance of prevailing conditions, cool, cloudy, with a possibility of rain or snow, or both. No great change, of temperature are likely to occur tonight oc tomorrow. Neither have any severe changes of tem perature occurred in this district for the last several days. The lowest ' recorded temperature is up in the mountain dis tricts about Lander, Wyo., where degrees are recorded. That is naturally to be ex pected, however, at this sesson in that lo cality. The story of a U degrees below zero temperature in the vicinity of Denver Thursday is not borne out by actual facts. There has been no such aff extreme of tern- perature anywhere in this district this I season. The temperature In that section has not been abnormal." The Burlington weather report for Thurs day night shows snow at almost every sta tion on the Alliance and Sheridan divisions. It runs from a "trace" to aa much as three Inchee at Sidney. The thermometer reg isters 13 degrees above sera at Custer and New Castle. Wyo. There is practically no snow on the northern division, and the low est temperature shown on this division is SI above. What Fellows Un.t Pueumonia often, but never when Dr. I King's New Discovery for Consumption is used. It cures colds and grip, eoc, Lea. For sale by Kuhn Co. Ml-peUe4 words next week. Mil mmi SAL Great Salo of Sample Gaps Saturday As a result of the purchase of two of the largest lots of sample caps ever brought into our house, we are In a position to effer over seventy dosen of fall and win ter csps for men and boys, worth up to &ic. Your choirs of the entire Ift., lot Saturday only IU" Girls' automobile caps In plain and Cf)r fancy colors at 25c, Sue and wU Children's stocking caps at lite, 25c, TC. Sue, too, 60c, tec and JL Neckwear, Gloves Suspenders All the new slyKs In men's $1.00 neckties at Men's 60c suspenders In all kinds of leather end Mik ends, at Men's 6(c neckties, in all styles and colors, at Men's dress gloves, lined or un lined, In all the bet makes at ll.nn and.... Men's working gloves and mittens at 2Sc, 50c and 1 lot of men's sorks. In plain and colors, wool and cotton, worth up to 25c, at Men's 25o neckwear at ., 45c 25c 25 1.50 98c fnncy 10c ..IQc Special Shoe Salo Saturday Closed out for spot cash, an entire manu facturer's stock of fine shoes AT LESS than the cost to make. On sale la our two big shoe departments. Women's fine $2.60 vlcl kid I I? ft lace 1,59 Women's 60-cent all felt Ofl. slippers JC Men's $2.00 satin calf, loft lace . aC 9 Women's $1.7S vlcl kid, lace or 14ft button .....Is Cf Misaes' $1.50 vlcl kid, laca or ft ft . button llO0 Boys' and youths' $1.60 Dongolu, or no,. satin lace ..5fOL' Children's $1.00 school A On shoes Uf Boys', youths' and little gents' satin calf, III led with silk and warranted, IOC $1.50. $1.40 and I, CO Men's $3.50 and $5.00 patent colt 0 4 0 and enamel, laca ...40 Men's $3.uo patent colt, vlcl and I QC box calf, lace 110 WomenV .v.60 and $3.00 vlcl kid, IOC welts 1 turns Iil0 Age;; the Stetson and Croesett shoes for ii .nd tha ULTRA and GROVER shoes to. women. Sheet Uusic Tomorrow we will place on sale some of our very best selling selections at only 18o Ser copy, by mail 20c, such sellers as Dat al of Mine, Two-Step ; Southern Smiles, By Kelly, lwo-8tep; Princess Pocahontas, Two-Step; Sun Dance (by Friedman), Bow ery Buck (by Turpln), Dorothy Waltzes, Same Old Crowd (pretty waits song). On a Sunday Afternoon, Dream of Dawn Walttes, In the Good Old Summer Time, Walts. We have lots of nice songs, two steps and waltses w will place on sale lomo.rT2w.' S" nlc. "27 U" P' "i onlv, 192 the same day ws receive them. JIV. HOUSES GO F0RHIGH PRICES Buildings en Great Westera Rlght-of-Way Tract Sell for Big Sams. About forty purchasers became the own ers of hapy homes, or the happy owners of homes, aa the case may be, at the auo tion sale of houses which was held to dis pose of the buildings on the Chicago Great Western tract between Leavenworth and Mason street Thursday and Friday. There were eighty buildings to dispose of, but aa there was a limit put upon them at the. opening of the sale, there were a number 'which the prospective buy ers thought too high and on which they refused to bid, so that only half of them were sold. Almost .all of those which were disposed of went to private buyers, who expect to fit them up and use them as homes after moving them onto lots which they already own. One speculator took a few, but he was soon driven from the field by the spirited bidding of the persons who wished the buildings for homes. i Real estate men generally consider the prices paid as exorbitant A large num ber of dealers and speculators were pre pared to bid, but when they saw the prices which were being paid, withdrew from the field. Tbe foundations of the buildings were not sold, only the building above the foundation being included In the transac tion. The brick and stone was reserved by the railroad company to be used In the construction of buildings which it la the intention of the company to erect upon the land. There are some brick structures on the ground, which will not be- sold at either publio or private sale, as all the material in such buildings will be reserved by the company for its own building operations. These buildings are now undergoing de molition. The McCague Investment company, which has charge of the sale of the frame build ings, reports that In all probability another sale will be held In about ten days to dis pose of the forty houses which are still 'ft. Some of them, however, probably will be disposed of at private sale during the interim. Real estate men are disposed to look upon the high prices paid at the sale as indicative of better prospects for real es tate in the near future. It shows a good demand and ready money, and from this they figure that the time is at hand when there will be plenty of investors looking for homes. The sals waa closed Friday and no more auctions will be held until announced later. Frleads Help Jesses Jeakias. ABERDEEN, 8. D., Nov. 13. Special. James Jenkins, who lost nearly all he possessed In the big fire Sunday morning, has been presented with a purse of 11,4: by his many frlenda Sere Aid to Lea Life. Electric Bitters give aa active liver, per fect digestion, healtby kidneys, regular bowels, fine appetite, or no pay. Mc. For sale by Kufan A Co. Watch for the uls-spLled words they're OKlBaV o) Hen's Undcrwoar Men's $1.25 wool and fleece lined shirts and drawers, sin all sixes and colors, j)C Men's $1.60 wool shirts and drawers. In natural gray and camel's hair, QQ Men's $2.00 fine alt wool shirts and drawers In all colors and sixes, IOC at UlO Men's union suits at $2.00 and I Eft and I. all Men's 7Bo heavy fleece lined shirts and drawers. In single and dotble- JCn . breasted styles, at 3 Men's 60c heavy fleece lined shirts 25c Men's $4.00 and $5.00 silk and wool shirts and drawers In pink and blue, 2 New Fall lleadwear We desire to direct attention to a new make of soft and stiff hats called "The Imperial," made expressly for and con trolled by Hayden Bros. These are un questionably the best hats ever offered at a popular price, and our written guaran tee goes with every purchase O Aft any style, at tfiUU Other exclusive styles at I ft ft $1.60, $2.00, $2.60 and I.UU ANOTHER SAMPLE HAT BALK SATURDAY. Your choice of 75 dozen of men's sample hats, worth up to $2.U0, in every Imagin able shape and color. Your choice of the entire lot on Saturday, 5Qc Gut Prices for Saturday On ladles' neckwear ladles' belts and la dles' and children's hose supporters, laun dry bags and veilings. 7 o for turn-over embroidered collars, regular1 price 15c. 19o for ladles' fancy stock collars, regu lar price 50c. . 89c for ladles' fancy stock collars, regular price 75c. lOo for ladles' tailor-made belts, regular price 25c. 4Ho for ladles' and children's hose sup porters, regular price 10c and 15c. 19o for extra else laundry bags, regular price 60c, 7V4o per yard for fancy mesh and dot Veilings, regular price 25o per yard. 25o for 60c drape veils, to for 10c tooth brushes. 10a for 25c tooth brushes. GRAND BOOK SALE SATURDAT. Optical Department WHY. DON'T YOU have your eyes properly fitted? EXAfHNATlON FREE. 1 Practical optician In attendance. Our price are tbo lowest. fo) 1 1 mi LIGHT ON COMMANDANT CASE Eeport of Soldiers' ILmo Inspector Figuesr in ResifnatioD. of Colo. INQUIRY DISCLOSES SOME IRREGULARITIES Adjataat Bowea Meailoaed aa Possi ble Successor, While Petttioa Is Seat la for James Weill ag. Regarding the resignation of Command ant Cole of the Grand Island Soldiers' home it has come to be pretty generally understood that his reason for laying down official burdens was not entirely, if at all, due to the ill-health of Mrs. Cole, as was intimated when it first became evident that Mr. Cole was to have a successor. It may be said that Governor Mickey has not yet named the man to succeed Commandant Cole. James Walling, present deputy United States marshal, a resident of Lincoln and an old soldier, ha. been recommended for the place. A petition signed by Judge W. H. Munger of the federal court and many other federal building officials has been sent to the governor In behalf of Mr. Walling. Recent investigations and conclusions of General Curtis, the national Inspector of soldiers' homes, are said to figure quite extensively in the decision of Mr. Cole to divest himself of official duties. General Curtis made an investigation of tbe Grand Island home. He la said to have discovered a practice by which the present regime was able to secure more money ostensibly for tbe home from the national govern ment than the state was entitled to or received. Amonat Dae Hobbc. For the care per annum of every soldier In this home the government at Washing ton gives $100. The government deducts a proper amount from this per capita for absence from the home for more than a stated period of brief duration. The re port follows the recent investigation that furloughs have not been generally and regularly reported, but that it has been the custom to say that the men were out on "passes," in the meantime keeping their names on the active list. These matters were forcibly brought to the attention of Governor Mickey, it la reported, and he waa expected to personally Investigate the home. The governor Is aald to have called Into Lincoln both Mr. Cole and hla book keeper, Mr. Staley, for consultation over these reports. Adjutant Bowen of the home Is being mentioned aa the possible successor to Cole, while the movement Is strongly being wsged in the Interest of Walling. Samuel Burns is offering rare inducement, on china and glassware for Thanksgiving service. New is the time to purchase and take advantage of this sale. Visitors and purchasers are equally welcome. 1318 Far. nam street. Get out your old spelling book. It will be useful after you see The Sunday Bee. S. K. Patten, lutut, Mooague bulidlcg. Ladies' and Children's Underwear Ladles' heavy cotton fleece-lined combina tion suits, fine Jersey ribbed; Cfr worth 75c. at 3U Ladles' half wool combination suits In white and gray; AO worth $1.6o, at SOC Ladles' flne Merino combination suits, silk crocheted, hand finish; I C fl worth $2.00, at liOU Ladles' fine Sterling comblnntlon suits In black, white and colors. In silk or O C ft silk and wool; worth $5.00, at O'OU Ladles' outing flannel gowns, extra heavy quality, full large slse. fancy IOC trimmed; worth $2.00, at .S It LQ Lalles' outing flxnnel gowns In all Cfl. colors; worth 76c, at 3U Ladles' henvy fleece-lined and wool flQrt knit skirts; worth $1.60, at 30 Children's vests, pants and drawers In fine Jersey ribbed, fleece-lined, sizes from 10 to 84; worth from 19o to 8fc ft . at 16o and JC Children's flnt fleece-lined vests and I ft,, drawers; worth 36c, at 13 Boys' extra heavy fleeoe-llned vests and drawers, French neck; O C worth 60o, at CU Boys' extra heavy fleece-lined combination suits, from 24 to 34. Cfln worth 76c, at 0U Children's fine camel hair vests nd pants and drawers, sizes from 16 to $4; worth 5o to $L00. Or al eoc to L 3 Children's wool combination suits in all sizes; worth $1.26, 98c Ladles' Jersey ribbed vest and 4T. panta, fleece-lined; worth 39c. at (9l Ladles' extra heavy Jersey ribbed and flat fleece-lined vests and pants; AQ. worth 60c, at WJU Corsets American Beauty corsets, straight front, dip hip, hose supporters attached In front and on the side regular $1.60 J fl fl quality for only IUU Dr. Warner's rust proof corset, style 121, low bust, extra long hip with hose sup porters attached In front and on the side six colors, white and drab i CJI sizes 18 to 30 price only I' WW Dr. Warner's rust proof corsets for stout figures, extra long hip, slse 10 ICO, to 36 at liwU A large assortment of the Kabo, W. B. Erect Form, W. C. C. and D. G. cor sets In all the new and approved I ftft styles up from I.UU Ida Marguerite corsets, made of flne silk, batiste and coutll, in plain and fancy colors, whalebone' filled, styles adapted to all figures, ranging in price fft ftft from $2.60 up to IU.UU Corsets fitted at $1.60 and up. Tho Reliable Pure G.FT COUPONS WITH yo pounds fine Granulated Sugar Ten bars best Laundry Boap Celluloid. Elastic, Electric or I. X. L. Btarch-per pkg , Large sacks White or Yellow Cornmeal 61 x pounds Breakfast Rolled Oats Tapioca, Barley, Sago, Rice or Farina Der pound 1.00 ..25c ...Tic I2ic ...19c ...3ic One pound package Imported Tic Macaroni " Three-pound can Boston Baked , file Beans Uw One pound package Condensed " 1 ,. Mince Meat M"- Two-pound package Belf-Ralslng If 1 ., Pancake Flour One pound .cans Fancy Alaska ftp Salmon Oxtail, Chicken, Tomato or Mock Turtle Boup any kind you want Cj per can Star or Horseshoe Tobacco QAc per pound WU HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE Powerful Price At factions in n I 11 IUI l"VH I 1 1 "IN I a ta nw 1 v I r 1.00 Children's Trimmed Hats .. 2.50 Children's Trimmed Hals ... 01.50 Imitation Boavor Hats For Ladies and Children - 2.50 2.50 1.25 BEAUTIFUL BLACK 8HACQY FELT TRIMMED TC TURBANS lUW EIGHTEEN INCH AMAZON OSTRICH PLUMES FIFTEEN INCH BLACK AMAZON PLUMES TWENTY-ONE INCH BLACK AMAZON PLUNES 3.00 THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT QF TRIMMED HATS EVER SHOWN IN 01 AHA $1.00, $2.90, $3.90, $4.75 15 rvn ji NAVY RECRUITS ARE NUMEROUS Klaeteea T.uf Me a, Nearly AH from Osaaaa, Ealist far Oeeaa ervlce. Nineteen enlistment already . have been secured for the United States navy at the new recruiting station here. Tbe recruit ing party will remain here until Saturday noon and will then go to Bloux Falls, B. D. The enlistments thus far are: Ansel R. Kay, John W. Mason, Robert B. Gordon, W. F. Ryals, Robert Dewey, Clarence J. Erlcson, Saint Clair Rudd, Jacob U. Howes, Perry Fee, Lee O'Harra, James M. Lawler, Ernest F. Ooulder, Gordon Lee Martin, Frank J. Staley, James O. Moore, Blaine a. Wells, Panlel J. Sutton, Charles UcC. White and Chester Claus. Ail of these enlistments are practically from Omaha, but a number of them give their addresses at Denlson, la.; South Omaha, Louisville, Ky.; New York and elsewhere. Inclusive among them are minora enlisted for apprentices, several landsmen for training and coal passers. The recruits all will be shipped to naval Cations g( Baa Franaieo Friday for njl TltK ItELIAHLE STOKE. Ladies' Sweaters In fancy stripes and trimmed In ribbon In all colors snd Sizes, M rn at $3.60 and rOU A fine line of blouse Jacket in red. blue, white and gray, 9. Aft. at $2.60 and ".. O.UU Ladles' fancy vests In single and dotibla breasted style; worth $2.50. I ftft 'Special price I'UU Men's sweaters In red and blue, O) ftft with largo pearl buttons, at aUU Umbrellas Ladles' umbrellas In natural wood ban dies In fancy colors and black, worth from $1.50 up to $10.00 Just the thing for a Christ mas gift. Gents' umbrellas, from I ftft $6.00 down to I-llll Children's umbrellas at 60o and I ftft up to, each I.UU Gloves Gloves Ladles' silk-lined casslniera gloves st Ladles' sllk-llned gloves at Lndies' and children's golf gloves ut Mnd ... 50c 100 50o Ladles' two-clasp sllk-llned I Cfl mocha gloves in all colors, at I'OU Ladles' kid gloves, In all shades, ,QQ Ladies' and Children's Hoso Ladles' plain black and fancy colored lisle thread hose 50 cent quality 25C LadleV""p'lain'bfaok.'"fuli"'seamleSB hose in medium and heavy weight 25C Ladles' ' heavy ' fleece" lined hose O C . at 35c and vJW Ladies' wool hose in plain black 9k and steel gray at I,h dies' fine cashmere hose at ffift 25e, 35c, 60o and 1SM Infants' fine cesslrmre hose, ellk 9Kf heel and toe at S"' Ladles' hoso in silk, lace fine embroidery. in all the latest colors knd stylea C ftft ranging In price from 60c to.... W'WU Ladks' plain black full seamless 9if hose at 10c and Children's heavy ribbed hose at 14 1 10 and Bovs' heavy ribbed hose, regular Qr iic quality for Ji0 Children's wool hose at Rilf 25c, 35o and UMw Food Doparfmon EVERY PURCHASE Large bottle pure Tomato I If Catsup per bottle ...' I " Large bottle fancy sweet Mixed Gherkin or Chow Chow Pickles per Qli bottle 0 Large bottles Worcestershire ft In Sauce per bottle U'u Good drink Santos Coffee lftG per pound IU Fancy M. & J. Blend Coffee per pound I5c Oolong, English Breakfast, Gunpowder Young Hyson or Bun Lmsa qc, Japan Tea per pound a.wt Choice Tea Sittings , per pound 10 rRt'IT SPECIALS, i Fancy Hallowe'en Pates U per pound 9 Fancy California F1gs f? per package Uu Large Brazil Cocoanuts M each Fancy New Cranberries fllf per pound U3-' 25c 1.25 25c .04c 2.29 assignment to the v several departments tor which they have enlisted. - HIGH SCHOOL CADET HURT Elalr Daval Severely Cat s Wrist hy Class 'While at His Exercises. Elalr Duval, a member of the sophomore class of the High school, bad his right wrist badly cut by glass, by being shoved against the glass door of a cabinet in the main hallway, Thursday afternoon. The High school cadets were lined up In the hallway for "setting-up" exercises and had Just come to parade rest, when Duval and a companion engaged in a tussle. Duval was thrown against the cabinet door and throwing out his hand to protect himself, it was shoved through ths glass. Two gashes were cut in the wrist and both bled freely causing Principal Waterhouse to at first believe that an artery had been sev ered. Dr. Hoffman waa summoned and the flow of blood checked when It waa found that the wounds were not serloua Duval was sent to his hows at Ki South Thirty third street. The young mas waa In bis class Friday morulug.