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T1JE OMAITA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 1004.
NX
ONLY ONE LONGER THAN BURT
Eiinty Wllon L.n Union Paiifio President
Whoia Term Exieedi Lail One.
LIST OF ALU THE CHIEF EXECUTIVES
Uir Changes Made In Offlrlil Per
I of Road lader the
4 Hiitfarit af Iloraca
G. Bart.
forace O. Burt held the position of presi
dent of the Union Pacific, which he re
signed last week, longer than any other
president with the single exception of Sld
. tiey Dillon. Mr. Dillon was electod in 1871
and continued aa president until MM, a
period of ten yearn. He was re-elected In
1890 and held the position until 1892, making
his complete term of pervlce twelve years.
President Burt was elected In 1898, and,
having Just resigned, held the position con
tinuously for a period of six years.
The complete list of ex-presidents of the
company with their terms of service fol
lows: W. B. Ogden, elected September, 1862;
John A. Vlx, elected October, 1803; Oliver
Ames, elected June, 1868; Thomas A.
Bcott, elected April, 1871; Horace F.
Clark, elected March, 1872; John Duff,
elected July, 1873; Sidney Dillon, elected
June, 1874; Charles Francis Adams, elected
June, 1884; Sidney Dillon, elected December,
1890; S. It. H. Clark, elected May, 1892. The
road went Into the hands of receivers dur
ing; October, 1893, and continued without a
president until the reorganization In 1898,
when President Burt was elected. He held
the position until the acceptance of his
resignation by the board of directors In
New Tork Thursday, when E. H. Harriman
was elected.
Many changes have been made in the
staff of officials of the system sine Presi
dent Burt assumed the management. John
F. Dillon, who was general counsel, with
headquarters In New York, resigned and
was succeeded by Winslow S. Pierce, who
still holds the position. W. J. Carroll, who
was assistant general solicitor, resigned and
has died.
7 Kelly s Promoted.
No one was appointed to fill the position
which has since been made vacant. W. R.
Kelly, who at the time Of President Burt's
assumption of office was general solicitor
for Nebraska, has been promoted to the
position of general solicitor for the entire
system and John N. Baldwin now occupies
the postlon made vacant by the promotion
of Mr. Kelly. Edson Rich also has been
added to the legal department as assistant
attorney for Nebraska. N. II. Loom is has
been appointed general attorney for Ne
braska In place of A U Williams, whose
resignation was accepted.
Edward Dickinson, who was general man
ager of the line prior to the election of
President Burt, resigned in November, 1902,
and la now connected with the Orient line
at Kansas City as vice president and gen
eral manager.
Alex Millar,' who was secretary and as
sistant comptroller, has had his powers
Increased and is now designated as secre
tary, and William Mahl has been appointed
comptroller, with Herbert S. Bradt as as
sistant F. V. 8. Crosby now holds the position of
treasurer of the company In place of James
- O. Harris, who was the Incumbent of the
office when President Burt took control.
J. B. Berry has succeeded George H.
Pegram as chief engineer and William D.
- Cornish now occupies the position of vice
president In place of Oliver W. Mink.
P. J. Nichols, who was superintendent of
the Nebraska division, gave way to R. W.
Baxter, who in turn was superseded by
W, A. Deuel, who now holds the office.
Two Chasgea Cnder Bnrt.
The office of superintendent of the Wyo
ming division changed . hands twice under
.the Burt administration. X Malloy re
signed In favor of Superintendent Harris,
who was succeeded by W. I Park. W. A.
Deuel, who was promoted from the posi
tion of superintendent of the Colorado di
vision to the position he now holds, was
succeeded in his former office by IL C.
Ferris.
B. Buckingham has been made superin
tendent of transportation in place of car
accountant, the position he formerly held.
W. R. McKeen, jr., now holds the posi
tion of superintendent of motive power
and machinery which was formerly held
by J. H. McConhell.
Gerrlt Fort has superseded 8.' A. Hutch
inson as assistant general passenger and
ticket agent.
J. E. Market, who formerly conducted
the eating houses along the system, has
turned them over to the company and they
are now under the direct supervision of
the officers of the system.
During July, 1901, Mr. Harriman Intro
duced a new system into the affairs of the
' Union Pacific and related lines. He di
vided the authority of his employes and
placed the trafflo department of the entire
Harriman system in the hands of J. C.
Btufebe, with the title of trafflo director, and
with offices la Chicago. Since then Mr.
Stubbs has had supreme authority In the
trafflo department of all the lines, which
include the Union Pacific. Southern Pa
cific, Oregon Railway and Navigation com
pany and the Oregon Short Line. Mr.
Stubbs reports to no official of these lines,
1 but direct to the chairman of the board of
directors la New York, Mr. Harriman, him
self. In the accounting department of the Har
riman system the business has been placed
in complete charge of Brutus Young cs
auditor. In addition to the lines named
above over which the authority of Mr.
Stubbs as trafflo director Is supreme, Mr.
Young also has charge of the accounting
department df the Chicago & Alton. The
offices of Mr. Young are located In the
Union Paclflo headquarters In this city.
Of the five receivers who had chargs
f the affairs of the Union Paclflo at the
tuns Mr. Burt took control, three are dead.
Aadlterlant Heataaraat.
Watch for the opening of the Auditorium
Restaurant, tie South Fifteenth atieet.
January IS. It will be the finest lei.aurant
in the world. The finest furnished room
for traveling men and others. The finest
barber shop.
W. W. Slabaugh. atfy at lav, 604 Mer
Nat. Ek.
Have Root print It
U-K. Wedding Kings. Edholjn. Jeweler.
Letter from Ex-Governor James E. Boyd,
W. C. MAXWELL. M. D.
Dear Sir It is a very great pleasure for me to say that from
personal experience I know that your mode of treatment for
the cure of natula, without the use of KNIFE. LIGATURE or
CAUSTIC, or DETENTION FROM BUSINESS. Is a complete
success.
I had been a sufferer for more than nine years and you
have effected for me a perfect cure, as since October last I
have been perfectly well. Respectfully yours,
JAMES B. BOYD.
WHEN RUSSIA ABSORBS
Manchuria and pomlnate. flora Than
Half the Orient, Then the World
WILL DISCOVER A MISTAKE
Was Made by the Powers Wbea They
Iaterfered to Pretest Jaoaa
from Enjoylaa; the Fralts
of Her Victory.
China and Japan engaged In war. Japan
won a victory over the Celestial Empire.
She earned a foothold on the Asiatic con
tinent Corea was fairly the fruit of the
victor. The European powers, at the sug
gestion of Russia, refused the Insular Em
pire the well earned prlxe, and today the
aggressive bear Invites a conflict with
Japan. Should war ensue and
Rl S81A DEFEAT JAPA
the power of the cxar will be a constant
menace to peace on this earth for at least
a generation, If not for a century. Japan
Is as naturally the conservator of Oriental
civilisation as the Insular kingdom of
Great Britain is the potential . factor in
maintaining the common welfare of man
kind on the opposite side of the globe.
Japan Is strategically the hope of the
eastern hemisphere, the buffer'whlch should
protect the interests of enlightenment from
the grasp of absolute monarchy. But
Japan may yet become a counterpart of
the British empire, for If she wins against
Russia in the impending conflict the In
fluence of the Flowery Kingdom In Asiatic
affairs wllf be as powerful aa that of Eng
land in Europe. Meanwhile the
DAKK.RRI RESERVES UFO
Company of Omaha will maintain its some
what similar importance In the world of
life insurance. Standing for western in
terests and battling for position between
the people and the grasping avarice of the
Life Insurance trust, this aggressive young
life lrsurance company will educate the
cltixens of the west to the necessity of
building up great fiduciary institutions of
their own. These will be the ballast
which steady the barks of business in the
midst of the storms of the commercial
ocean. When panics come again, as panics
have come In the past, the savings of the
people, represented by the life Insurance
of the west, will not be used by panic
stricken eastern money lenders to oppress
and harrass the men who contributed those
savings.
II. H. ROBIftOX, PRESIDENT
of the Bankers Reserve, recognised as the
champion of home life insurance, will con
tinue to proclaim the gospel of common
business sense. The policy holders of this
splendid western institution are inspired by
the same spirit, -and right loyally do they
aid In propagating the principles which
the Bankers Reserve represents. The year
1904 will see this western institution a $10,
000 000 life company and Its assets corre
spondingly Increased. If you have not
yet secured a Gold Bond Policy, send word
to the president at Omaha, and Join the
procession.
WAIT!
I
Don't buy a dollar's worth of men's or
boys' wearing apparel until Thursday, Jan
uary 14. That morning, at t:45 o'clock,
there will positively start the biggest
slaughter sale of men's and boys' season
able ready-to-wear wearables on the second
floor of 1519-1&21 Douglas street For full
particulars about this sale watch Wednes
day evening's papers. It's sufficient to say
that never before has high-grade mer
chandise been offered at such sensational
low, prices. At this sale you will find full
assortments of Overcoats, Suits, Pants,
Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Suspenders,
Sweaters, Dress Suit Cases, Cravenette
Coats, Umbrellas, Tuxedo Suits, as well as
goods suitable for working men, ,such as
Duck Coats, Overalls, eto. Don't foil to
watch Wednesday evening's papers they
will give full particulars. Some of the bar
gains will surprise you. Don't spend a
penny for clothing or furnishing goods until
you see what we can save you.
The Guarantee Clothing Co.,
1519-152; DOUGLAS STREET. OMAHA.
THE HOUSE THAT ALWAYS DOES AS
IT ADVERTISES. 1
Unequalled
Candy Prices
Five sticks Candy
Hoarhound Stick pound
Broken Mixed prtind
Pure Lemon Drops pound
Jelly Beans fruit flavors pound
Fruit Fudge pound
Walnut Maple pound
Chocolate Peanut pound
Candy Almonds pound
Egyptian Paste pound .
French Creams pound
Italian Chocolate pound
Chocolates and Bon Bona
Monta Crlsto Chocolates pound
Bo
luo
loo
150
15c
20c
20o
liOo
25o
15o
260
4c
40c
COo
SOLE AGENTS FOR GUNTHER'S FINE
CANDIES.
Watches, diamonds, jewelry and silver
ware. Your credit is good. A. Mandelbexg,
jeweler, 16Z3 Farnam.
The annual meeting of the lot owners of
the Prospect Hill Cemetery association win
VkA tlAlfl A (h. AffiAA . V.
- - - ' wimw luv Bcxjrei&ry, room
S8, Barker block, Monday evening, January
ii, jaw, at A full attendance la re
quested.
A ball will be given Sunday nlirht
at
Washington hall for the benefit of Omaha
rieurew jsion Free school.
OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 2, 1904. Received of
the Bankers' Union of the World, 130,
amount due ms in full under my policy.
12162, on account of disability. Wishing the
order a prosperous year, I am very truly
yours, MATILDA A. BLOEDEL.
(Signed )
Traveling; M,
Twelve beautiful rooms st til South Fif
teenth street. Opening January 15.
mm
The Beiictt
Company
THE LEADING NANO DEALERS
IN THE WEST.
ONE WEEK MORE
A Manufacturer's
Discount Sale
of ig04 Style
EVERY PIANO, EVERY WIRE,
STAVE BOARD OR SEAM. Its tone
"soul" action, guaranteed strictly
K.
Here are Some of Our
A MOO Upright
Piano, for ...
A $375.00 Upright
Piano, for ,
A S350.M Upright
Piano, for
A $326.00 Upright
Piano, for
A $300.00 Upright :
Piano, for
A $250.00 Upright
, Piano for.... .
Offers:
$224
..$196
..$176
..$166
$136
$126
A few slightly used pianos.
Every-
wiw iiwun b'iuu u a new
$126, $118, $111, $82, $68.
These prices are record smashers.
East, west, north or south
You can't Do Better
Write now. or call while the bar
gains are warm.
THE BENNETT GOMlT,
1 6th and Harney Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Full Set
Teeth
$5.00
Best Set
$7.50
.. ...$3.6. Up.
$1.50 up.
600 up.
t2K Gold Crowns
Gold Fillings
Silver Fillings ...
BAILEY, THE DENTIST.
(Established 1SS8.)
Ird FLOOR, PAXTON BLOCK.
Those
rr -
THH danger of neglecting
this seemingly simple
warning cannot be over
estimated. Strong, healthy eyes do not
tire before any other organ.
If the eyes complain, even so
little, you should safeguard
yourself against a real
breakdown of the eyesight
Headaches er say Irregularity ef
vUioa call lor Initaat attention,
Come to us for examina
tion. We'll give ' you the
proper glasses if you need
them. If you don't. It will
cost you nothing.
THE H. J. PENFOLD CO,
Ltadiaf Optkiasi. MM fossa St
Good Whisk Brooms
The main faults with
most Wlilak Brooms - r.
that they are so doeely
made, and of such poor
quullty of broom corn,
that they litter up the
cloth about as much as
they clean it.
We have Just gotten
In the finest stock of
Whisk Brooms that we
have ever seen. They're
stiff and solid. We
guarantee every one to
give satisfaction or money
refunded.
We bought a large
quantity In order to get
the right price. We want
to move tnem quick. The
price will do It 12o to Sao.
Howell Drug Co.
Telepaene 247. 16th ess Capital Ave
RELIABLE DENTISTRY FREE
This offer good until January 16th.
12SWnSet of
Teeth,
$2.00
Crevtaa. uy fruaa Bl.OO
Ftllleaa. as) from ..SOe
Brlds Wirk, s rrosa $a.OO
Work guaranteed ten years. No students.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
by the uh of our patented palnfeae methods.
Work done free. HmtU charges for material.
UNION DENTAL COMPANY,
1822 DOUGLAS ITRIIT. ROOM 4
4D
OS
mm
Buyers of medicines in this community need , hardly be re
minded of the manifest advantages to be obtained by trading at
our Drug Store.
. FIRST Ton always FIND TIIE ARTICLE WANTED at
our store.
SECOND Never offered substitutes in place of article
asked for.
THIRD PRICE Ours Is ALWAYS THE LOWEST Not
only one or two articles, but the whole line.
FOURTH Prompt and adequate service as our force of
help is fully DOUBLE that of our most sanguine competitor.
These things (it must be these) account for the fact that
SHERMAN & MMELL'S
Drug Store is a literal "BEE HIVE" at all hours of the day and
evenings as well.
Read Our Gut Prices on Drugs Which
Clinch the Argument.
JSo Allcock's Pcrous Plasters, all you
want for lOo
SOo Antl-Phloglstine for 4oc
$1.00 Ayer's liair Vigor 63c
11.00 Baker's Barley Malt Whisky,
purest and tst, for 75a
(Per dor., $8.00.)
11.00 Beef, Iron and Wine for 60c
11.00 Bumham's Sarsaparllla for 60c
86c Imported Bitter Water for 15c
tl.00 Botanio Blood Balm 6o
(All you want at these prices).
Sfk5 Brandreth's Pills for 19o
25c Carter's Little Liver pills for )2o
2&o Chamberlain's Cough Syrup for .... 17c
ILOO Chrystal Tonic for , C8o
(Help yourself at these prices.)
26o Genuine Castotia for 21 o
260 Cutloura Soap for 17o
$1.00 Pure Canadian Malt Whiskey .... 64a
(Per dos.. $7-60).
Coleman's Carbolated Ointment, for
horses, cattle and other animals, for 60o
60c Cudahy's Extract Beef for ' 23c
$1.00 De Miracle Hair Remover for .... 69o
D. D. D. Eczema Cure, warranted the
ganulne, always $1.00
2So Eagle Condensed Milk, can 12o
26c Euthymol Tooth Paste, tube 12c
$1.00 Elkes-Hoff Consumption Cure for SOo
(By mail, 86c.)
$1.50 Fellow's Hypophosphates for (Co
Remember buy all you want, but we won't
let our would-be competitors "stock up"
from ua
60c Foley's Honey and Tar for .......... 40o
60o OoBsonl's Kidney Cure for 4"c
COo Hay's Hair Health for 29o
60o Hind's Honey and Almond Cream
for 29o
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Corner 16th and Dodge,
OMAHA, - - NEBRASKA.
These are Sta!e(?) '
Fresh Cuts!
$L0O Vlnol yes we have plenty 860
They say we don't dare touch Vlnol I
$3 60 Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe ..$125
bunt postpaid -on receipt 01 price.
$1.00 Nervan Tablets 7o
60o S. Grover Graham's Dyspepsia Cure.Ssc
$1.00 Urlcsol want ltT for .......760
$1.00 Orrlne Liquor cure? for 67o
$1-00 Her s Malt Whiskey 62o
11.00 imrry's Malt wniskey.... uio
$1.00 Pure Canadian Malt Whiskey 75c
$2.00 Genuine Chester's Pennyroyal PUls.LOO
$1.00 Peruna 63o
600 Bar Ben 8c
6O0 Nervlta .86o
$1.00 Nervlta 60a
$1.00 Bwanson s 5 Drops M.67c
$1.00 Paine' s Celery Compound 66o
$1.00 Bromo Seltser 63o
25o Laxative Bromo Quinine 9a
26c Carter's LitUe Liver Pills 7c
B. S. S. $1 size 660 $1.75 slse $1.07
Write us for prices not catalogues they
are certainty oeaa.
one to a customer.
SGUAEFEIl'S
CUT PRICI
Dua 1TOKB
E. T. TATEft, Proo..
Wth snd Chicago Sts., Omaha. 'Phones
T47 and 797. 34th and M Bts., South Omaha.
'Phone No. L All goods delivered any plaee
120 Discount
Suit
Bairs
iTrareilcz
Gases
Omaha Trunk Factory i
CRAS. lOtXX Froprtetsr i
T earphone 1058 1209 Faroam Street X
$3.50
Isn't Much
For a man's shoe yet Its a great
deal when you pay It for a pair that
are worth no more and for ail you
know worth a great deal lesa.
We have put a great deal ef time
and experience la' aeleotlng this shoe
and we are ready to back them with
our guarantee "Tour money back If
you're not satisfied."
DREXEL SHOE CO.
1419 Ptuaa Street.
Ossaka'a Ua-te-DAi Shea Hose
ON ALL
mm ma.
g& 1 .nwiai wriiinr-nrnniM-A
AIM
60c Hoarhound and Tolu Cough Syrup
for 89o
2fo Hydrognn Peroxide for &0o
$1.00 Hostetter-s Bitters for B9o
$1.00 Kirk's Dandruff Cure (the ten
days' dandruff cure) 76o
2So Lambert's Llsterlne for 16c
$1.00 Lambert's Listcrlne for 6Hc
26o Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne for Ho
60c Mull's Grape Tonic for 28c
$3.60 Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe
for $2.16
(By mail. $2.86).
Miles Nervine (MILES, mind you) ....$1.00
26o Mennen's Talcum Powder for Ho
60o Neal's Dyspepsia Tablets for 400
(All you want no limit).
$1.00 Osomulsion (all you want) ........ $4o
60o Palmo Tablets for too
$1.00 Pierce's Medicines for C4o
2&o Plso's Consumption Cure for Kio
60c Pink of Perfection for 40c
$1.00 Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
for ....i : 64o
25c Packer's Tar Soap, we sell lno
$1.00 Squlbb's Sarsaparllla for 75c
$1.00 Swift's Syphilitic Specillo for 690
$1.75 Swift's Syphilitic Bpecific for ....$1.09
60c Syrup of Figs, genuine, for 112o
$LW Vln Mariana for &9o
Victor's Tonic Lotion (best remedy for
blackheads, pimples, barber's itch
and all skin troubles) per bottle .... 60o
60c Warner's Sodium Phosphate, effer-
vescen t .................................... 86c
$1.00 Wine of Cardui'Van you' want) for 63o
60c White Ribbon Liquor Cure for 40o
Mall orders filled at above prices; box
and cartage free.
WOMAN'S
FEET
are fitted with Fry Shoes, and
if you'll notice you'll find they
look neat, stylish and well
dressed whether the shoes cost
$3.00, $3.50 or $5.00.
Fry Shoes are that wsy; they
have the aristocratic appear
ance that Is found only In shoes
,of high grade, fine finish and
correct style.
If It's a Fry Shoe It's correct
In style, fine in quality, and
perfect In fit
If It's fitted by a Fry sales
man It's fitting carefully cor
rectly comfortably.
Are your feet fitted with FRY
SHOES? ,
rt?Ytff0Eca
WIDE OPEN
when buying here. Find all the
objections you like, we would rath
er hear them than have you go
away dissatisfied.
Our guarantee goes with every
purchase and we are always will
ing to stand by It. Start the New
Year well, by buying your
Hosiery, Underwear. Beads & Jewels
FROM R
JOS. F. BILZ,
322 So. 16tbSt.
OMAHA, NEB.
A7 n)p3r
inlli U) .La i
Decorated Caps.
Saucers and Plates,
each, 24c
111
TUB RF.LIABLK STOHK.
January Clearing Sale in Our Cloak
Department.
k?$?a-h
BrVTO is vow iH,L0) AT IjKHS THAN HALF PRICK. Ol'R CI-OAK
AND 5A 1 rw w5 UffJi "'"'NO OVH NEW SfFUNtt STt)CK
TIOV W T,v r?JiTJ?.TO KNIKB PRICKS WlTltOl'T CONSIPKRA-
NOwVfftSS' CHANCaVERMrEl'ca1
Women's $18.00 suits
t
Women's $25.00 suits
9 SO
16 50
at ... ...
Women's $15.00 coats
at
Women's $22.60 coats
at
Women's Astrakhan coats
6 90
9 90
..... 1
5 00
12 50
10 00
at
Women's electrlo seal coats
at
Women's sable fox scarfs-
worth $20 at
Women's Biherlan eqlrrel scarfs C An
worth $15.00 at 0 III!
Women's $7.60 skirts 4 93
Women's $8.00 and $10 skirts 5 90
Women's $160 skirts n ns
tor ...d aw
i"
notnfc't $3.00 skirts- 2 90
w omen s walking skirts
for
Women's $1.50 rainy-day skirts
for
I 50
50
Women's cloth rapes SO Inches C nfl
long, regular $10 Quality for 9 UU
Women's silk capes Eft,,
each OU0
Women's new spring voile skirts If) nft
at $15.00, $12.50 and IU UU
Women's silk waists 1 fft
$5.00 quality for L Oil
Women's vesting waists
$3.00 quality for
Women's heavy white vesting
waists $2.50 quality at ....
1 75
100
Women's flannel waists 25
Women's waists 50
Women's eiderdown bath robes O ft ft
regular $7.00 quality at iIU
Wonderful Glearing of Fancy Silks
iiir.arj .Arte, iiirj r i r, i ciijivn j in
T.TTTir.t.Y MRWMAMV WF.INrri HOIKltlT
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
iiiciOCj Aiir.
6D0 FANCY SILKS IN THIS SALE, 39a
CHOICE OF ANY FANCY SILK, for
waist or shirt waist suit. In our entire
stock, that sold for $1.00, In this 7Cr
sale, for Monday only, a yard
Mall orders flllsd at these prices. If sent
choice to our expert moll order clerk and
Suit Gases
SAVtNO OPPORTT.TNTTTF8 THAT AR
BARGAINS EVER OFFERED. '
$2.00 suit cases
reduced to -
$5.50 cowhide suit cases
24 Inch now
All $7.00 suit cases
sro at .. ... ..
.125
3 98
.4 98
$9.50 and $10 suit case 7 50
Flannel Department
Extra heavy Shaker flannel
per yard
....4
..5i
.15
....5
..7e
.49
10c extra heavy outing flannel
36 Inches wide per yara
26c white wool flannel
27 Inches wide yard ....
10o quality 40 Inch sllkollne
per yara
Vtea drapery cretonne
at
HKn RT.ANKET8
75o quality, good size, extra heavy
tan and gray pea pianiteis, pair
f.londay in the Great Domestic Room
$1.00 all wool French whlpcordi
59
....39
ail wool lacues suiung
$5o all wool French challls
all wool zibeunes
Groceries! Groceries! Groceries!
t
January Canned Goods and Dried Fruit Sale,
21 lbs. pare cane granulated sugar for.
All brands laundry soap, per bar.......
.$1.00
2V40
12'fco
40
7V4o
'Pte
THo
7o
5c
19c
ijarU BHbKS HIIIIQ VI J 1 1 1 TT v.'i
2-lb. package self-rising pancake flour.
1-lb. package ymlnce meat
Quart cans fancy table syrup ,
1-lb. package Imported macaroni
r orce, r.gg u pee, v isur, vnu v.
trlta. per package 1
CANNED GOODS SALE.
3-lb. cans choice tomatoes. ...
S-lb. cans golden pumpkin ,
8-lb. cans Boston baked beans ,
3-lb. cans rhubarb
0-10, cans iiwiiiiiij 1
2-lb. cans early June sifted peas
2-lb. cans wax string or Lima beans.,.,
1 gallon cans cnoice appiea
IsAYDEI
Frank Vodicka . Co.,
Tailors.
Big Reduction Sale. Big Reduction.
To advertise our new location (Krug Theater
Building), we will make a big cut for 10 days,
on all our fancy suiting overcoatings and trou
sere with the following prices:
Overcoats former price ,$G5.00 cut to $50.00
Overcoats fornier price 50.00 cut to 40.00
Overcoats former price ,. .;.,..,... 40.00 cut to' S0.00
Suits former price 60.00 cut to 45.00
Suits former price 55.00 cut to 40.00
Suits former price .......... .. 40.00 cut to 30.00
Suits former price , 35.00 cut to 26.50
All $12.00 Trousers
cut to $8.50.
Our prices have always been reasonable.
This cut is our cost price. Call early,
Frank Vodicka Ql Co., 321 S. 14th St.
BEE WANT ADS
PRODUCE
own Tumb-I
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Flint
Blown
lers
each
Women's ..annetotte wrappers -$1.25
quality at ...v
Women's black underskirts
$1.25 quality at
Children's $10 coats ages 4 to 14
years each
Children's $4.00 coats -
Children's coats
at .......... . ...
...59
.50
.4 90
100
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PTTRPf flEI,Y FOR CHRISTMAS TRADE. -A
A WATST OR SHIRT WAIST SUIT.
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8S0 and 98o FANCY SILKS in this sa
ale, 490,
Choice of any fancy silk. In either light
or dark colors, Including all our hand
somest etylofi, that sold for
$1.25 and $1.60 at, yard
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In at once, but no samples went. Leave
if unsatisfactory, money refunded.
and Trunks
B SIMPLT EXTRAORDINARY. BEST
All $3.00 trunks
go at
$9.00 and $10 trunks
go at ......... ... .
$15.00 allgator grips
go at
6 50
7 50
$1.00 quality, full sice eleven quarter, 7R(
extra heavy bed blankets, per palr..wu
$1.25 quality, extra large and heavy twlilr-d
bed blankets n ftQf '
per pair U9f m
BED SPREADS ,
$1.25 quality full else, extra heavy 7C- t
bed spreads, each fil"
$1.50 quality full size, extra heavy Mar
seilles pattern bed spreads Ofan
each OSL
$T.0 quality, full size extra heavy, frlnfid
bed spreads RQ
each 3 0
50o all wool tricots )!!
fancy wool waistlngs s.Ou I
19o twilled and double fleeced flannelettes
Venetian and madras "1 1
waistlngs ... I 80
1 gallon cans choice plums....,
1 gallon cans choice peaches ,
1 gallon cans choice grapes ,
DRIED KHUIT SALH.
Choice California plums, per pound.
Fancy Elberta peaches, per pound...
English cleaned currants, per pound.
New York evaDorated apules. per lb
Choice Moor Park apricots, per pound
r ancy caiirornia nectarines, per poum
California liurtlett pears, per pound:
Choice Virginia blackberries, per id.
Fancy seeded raisins, per package...,
FHKSH FRUIT BALK.
Ijarge sweet young oranges, eaeh.,..
Fancy California lemons, per doc...
Fresh roasted peanuts, per pound.,..
Choice Hallowe'en dates, per pound..
Cape Cod cranberries, per pound....
BROS,
cut
to $10.00 and $10.00
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CftN L-A1LT AN1 SUNDAY.
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