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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, FETVRUAIIY 9, 1904.
TALK OF CLUB BY YOUNG HEN
Eeporti that 8plit in Omaha Club i Seri
ously Threatened.
OLDER MEMBERS LAUGH AT IDEA
T(r Blond C omplain of Lark of
Life mn Wants to Have K.
elusive Home Krerted or
Rented.
Taunger members of the Omaha club,
Omaha's most exclusive men's organiza
tion, are talking of seceding and either
erecting a. new building or renting; or buy
ing ether quarters. They say the club
noes not rank with those in Kansas City,
Denver, Minneapolis and other mid-west
cities and declare the pollry which has
always been In vogue Is too Inactive to suit
them. They blame the. older and more
nedate members for this, and, so far, hav
ing been unable to secure control, are dis
cussing the feasibility of drawing out and
going by themselves.
Two propositions already have been con
sidered, one being to build a home on the
.vacant lot Just west of the Omaha club
at Twentieth and Douglas streets, and the
Other 'to lease the new Chatham apart
ment house, constructed by Sir Horace
Plunkett, opposite the Millard hotel. A
third factor Is snld to be contained in the
declaration of the Racquet club that It
wants to build a house and already has
appointed a committee to report on loca
tions and the advisability of so doing.
Peck Isn't Disturbed.
President Peck of the Omaha club
ays that, so ' far as he knows,
accession among the younger mem
bers has not been discussed seriously.
He attributes the reports to the Racquet
club's building Idea. This organization was
set on foot by Nt P. Dodge, Jr., about three
years ag.i to stimulate interest and pro
vide facilities for squash and hand ball.
The rooms are at 10 South Fourteenth
streets and the courts have become
crowded and more are reeded. The mem
bership is about thirty and Is composed
of the richest young men in town, Luther
Kountse being president.
Mr. Dodge does not think the desire of
this club to own a building Is promoted
by any disposition to break away ' from
the Omaha club, but admits having heard
talk concerning withdrawal and 8 In
dependent organisation with more vim, if
a trifle less dignity.
The real germ that has developed Into
Insurrectionary plotting, however, Is said
to be the reflections upon the Omaha club
contained In Meredith Nicholson novel,
The Main Chance." The name "Clark
son" la substituted for Omaha throughout
this book. Chapter 11 begins:
' I.onllest Place In Town.
"The Clarkson club was. during most of
the day, the lonllest place in town. Only a
few of the sleeping rooms were occupied
regularly and luncheon was the one Incident
of the day that drew nny considerable
number of men to the dining room. The
an tiered heads of moose and elk were hung
In the hall and colored prints of English
hunting scenes and bad oil portraits of sev
eral pioneers were scattered throughout the
reading and lounging rooms.
Conservative members 'of the organization
laugh at the Idea of a new club and say
there are not enough young men In town
who are rich enough to make a second ex
clusive club a go. The latter, however,
have considerable assurance and are trying
to find out just what they can do. ,
Clreat
Sale of
Hen's
Clothing
Bankrupt
5alc of
XZrhTOt2-0 Men's
0sl GOiliJ Cl0thln
Tuesday's Bargain Offers
Lace Collars 25c turnover collars at 5c each
Thousands of rry fine embroidered turnover
and tab collars 100 styles and extra fine
quality, worth up to 25c, your choice at ....
25c Laces at 21c and 5c Bought at New
York auction, thousands of pieces of fine torchon
vals, point d'eeprit, etc. iu neat,
wide and phowy patterns, worth
' up to 25c a yard, at, yard
Wasll Buttons One thousand dozen wash but
tons in all colors, suitable for trimming la
dies' and children's dresses, 19c quality,
at, dozen.... v
VIIVU
5c
it New
L 1
i ui uub lurcuuu
2!c-5c
ffash but-
2ic
In Basement Shoe Dept.
98c
1,000 Pairs of Boys Shoes Every
pair warranted, solid solas, calf uppers
600 Pairs Ladies' Shoes 16 dif-
foi'CDt styles, vlcl kid, lace shoes, all sizes, 2yi
to 8, regular price $1.50 and 82 pair
Three Jewelry Specials
la
C amber Iain's Cough Resaedy
Pleasant to Take.
' The finest quality of loaf sugar Is used In
the manufacture of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, and the roots used In this prepara
tion give It a flavor similar to maple syrup,
making It quite pleasant to take. Children
like it, and as It contains no opium or
cither harmful substance It has no Injurious
after affect. '. It always cures. In cum of
colds, croup and whooping cough It can be
given with Implicit confidence. It Is
equally valuable for adults and children.
This was accomplished shortly b? fore noon.
some thirty or more of the petit Jurors
being excused from serving on the panel
for a variety of reasons.
The petit Jurors selected for Johnson's
trial were: Frank Crowe, W. J. Russell,
William Cook, J. Irwin, A. Netsel. Augus
tus Anderson, Hans Jensen, Fred Baker,
John Hussey, J. C. Lindsay, John Ltnohan.
FEBRUARY TERM IS OPENED
District Ceart Session Brines
Hen and Women of Manx
Phases of Life.
Ont
It was a queerly assorted procession that
thronged the gloomy halls and corridors
of the Court house yesterday, prior to
and during the opening of the February
term of the district court in Its various
branches, and one that offered to the
thoughtful student of human nature un
limited advantages. Old men were there
and old women, too, who patiently Jostled
one way and another by the throng, old
men with gray hair and shoulders bowed
low with their burden of years and trouble.
Men who have walked these same halls
ever more wearily and ever more slowly
for months and even' years, hoping egalnst
hope that at last Justice was to be meted
out to them and that the hoard of a" life
time's hard work, perhaps, wrested from
them, might be returned by the order of
the all-powerful court. Others were there,
more prosperous looking, anxious to
retain their hold upon money, and
lands and property, perhaps honestly
acquired and perhaps otherwise, men with
beetling brows and sullen, scowling faces
and their wrists circled by handcuffs that
have long since failed to chafe them, being
hurried along by the officer In charge, to
answer to some crime. In that throng were
thieves and theologians, preachers and per
jurers, morbid sightseers and men whose
presence there meant their bread and but
ter, all kinds, colors and conditions of bu
manlty.
As Is always the case, the criminal court,
. With Judge Day on the bench, claimed the
larger part of the crowd, and In this room
all was confusion Incidental to the empan
oiling of a jury to try a negro named Fred
Johnson for burglarising the home of
James K. Van Duaen of South Omaha,
STUBBORN
COLDS
For obstinate colds,
fingering coughs and
persistent bronchitis
Scott's Emulsion is a
standard remedy and
a reliable cure. You
can feel the good
effects of even a small
ibottlc Easy to take.
Ladles Belts at 69c Ladles' Military belts and silk girdles,
Koyai elastic belts witn beautiful buckles, back ana front
In gold, silver and oxydlzed trimmed with cut steel
ornaments, etc. most stores selling them at $1.23
eaoh Tuesday special at, each...
69c
Deep Sea Mother of Pearl Shirt
Waist Seta 3 and 4 buttons on
card worth up to 40o
per set, at
10c
25c. 50c and 75c Beads 72 inches
lonjr, with iridescent ball and
strands tor the neck, f C
at, each UC
CREPE DB CHINES AT69C A fresh shipment of the new Crepe
d'Auteil, In vogue for party and recaption gowns, f
many shades, at, yard UC
Armour's Extract of
Beef Demonstration
rial ii Aisle Near Balcony 5talr
Chafing Dish COOKERY
Welsh Rarebit Tomorrow
Modern Method of Cooking
by Electricity
Main Floor Near Basement Stair.
Tomorrow, as special events, Mrs.
M. Abby will give illustrations of
ourrent bread making without
yeast also tea biscuits and 1 egg
mufllns.
Our New Picture Dept Basement
yC-, for framed pictures, 20 styles to choose from, worth 60o each,
on table.
ff for $2.50 crayon portrait frames, sizes 16x20, complete with
jrlass and back.
Windows Llirff-5rpo caUS Windows
HOT HEREDITARY.
Baldness Da t Living Minute
Germ.
Vany people, even unto the present day
of grace, consider baldness due to heredi
tary Influence.
Nothing Is further from the truth Bald
ness Is caused by the onslaught of a minute
organism which secretes Itself beneath the
scalp and attacks the roots of the hair
causing It to lose Its life and fall out.
This organism cannot be got rid of except
by the free and persevering use of New-
bro's Herplclde.
No matter how badly the scalp Is affected
the Dandruff surely disappears and hair
health Is restored when Herplclde Is ap
plied.
'Destroy 'the cause, you remove the
effect."
Bold by leading druggists. Send 10c In
stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co.,
Detroit, Mich. Sherman & MoConnell
Drug Co., special agents.
Did You Ever Notice
how many drug store ads are TRYING to
imitate ours? What did the MAN say
about "imitation being the height of flat-
" 3 1 no wonaer it any or
BROTHER DRlTGdlSTR win k.v. . t'
SALE ON EGYPTIAN LOTUS CREAM
NEXT SATURDAY THB 13TU-THE
LUCKY DAY Just 'cause we are7 Many
people made the error In noticing the date
of this saie and CAME FOR LOTUS
CREAM LAST SATURDAY BUT the ad
raid, and still says VJUITE PLAIN 5o
BAJ-i-j up T riiAN LOTUS CREAM
SATURDAY FEB. 13TH THE LUCKY
DAY at all three stores 16th and Chicago
streets, Omaha: 84th and N streets, South
Omaha, end Rth nvnnuii Anil r.tn .iM.t
Council Bluffs. DON'T FORGET THE
DTE, SATURDAY FEB. 13TH. Did you
notice thoHe big "Emporium" ads yester
day (Sunday)? Well, you know what we
said I Just take 2o off any of those prices,
except "DERMA ROYALE," DB MIR
ACLE," "WHITE RIBBON'1 and CRAM
ER'S KIDNEY CURE." These genuine
guaranteed goods are not sold by thn.e
Emporiums. LOOK FOR GUARANTEE
BLIP!
CUT PRICB
RU STORE
E. T. YATES, Prop.
I6th and Chicago Sts.. Omaha. 'Phones
747 and 77. 24th and N Sts., South Omaha.
'Phone No. 1. 6th Ave. and Main St..
Council Bluffs. 'Phone 33$. All goods de
livered in euner city aosoiuisiy rree.
The Brows Shoe Company Builds Ai-
other Big Factory.
The Brown Shoe company of Bt. Louts
will build a four-story brick factory. SOxSOO
feet, at Thirteenth and Russell ave., street
on four sides, light all around, with a ca
pacity of seven to ten thousand pairs of
shoes per day. They gained over one mil
lion dollars In sales last year and have in
stocV over eight hundred thousand dollars'
worth of shoes for spring trade. They till
ninety-five to one hundred per cent of all or
ders complete In first shipment and expect tie
gain over one and a half million dollars In
sales this year and are doing it. They
gained last week over fifty-eight thousand
dollars. Their "White House Shoes" for
men and women are the best high-grade
shoes made In St. Louis and have helped
make this great success.
STANDING UPF0R NEBRASKA
Church. Howe Carries Weight and Re
spect la His Antwerp
Po.itloau
"M. la Major Church Howe, consul gen
eral des Etats Unls de Amerlque a An
vers." has, according to La Matin of
Antwerp, been made honorary president of
the Anglo-American Chamber of Con;
merce of Belgium. But this Is not the most
Important thing Major Howe has dons since
transferring his flag from Manchester to
Antwerp.
On Saturday, January 11 the governor
gave a ball at which all the notables of
the city, Including the foreign consuls.
the officers of the army and others, were
present. There Major Howe "occasioned
great remark by his magnltloent uniform.
with Its wonderful aguillettes of gold, and
other elegance, his manly and expansive
chest being covered with medals commem
orative of his different campaigns." If
Church Howe Isn't standing up for Ne
braska, which of our foreign representative
IsT
A Rose by any other name would smell
as sweet, and Champagne well, buy Cook's
Imperial.
WEARS PRISON MADE SUIT
aspect Held tor Cassias' Street Roh
err Know to Trt-Clty
Police.
Thomas Carter Is being held by the
Council Bluffs authorities, as It Is thought
he may be connected with the robbery of
the Ooldenberg sc llnrnstein grocery store.
1704 Cuming street, last Saturday evening.
Carter Is koowa in police circles of Omaha,
SCII&EFER'S
South Omaha and Council Bluffs and was
wearing a prison made suit of clothes when
arrested yesterday morning. While the
matter has not been fully investigated yet,
there Is little doubt that Carter Is one of
the men wanted.
Very Near a Crime,
To allow constipation to poison your
body. Dr. King's New Life Pills cures It
and builds up your health or no pay. 26a
For sale by Kuhn A Co.
For Rent The four-story and basement
now occupied by us. Steam heat, good ele
vator. Will lease all or part on favorable
terms for two years or more.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS,
1307 Douglas St.
' Announcements of the Theaters.
On Wednesday afternoon and ' evening
"The Punkln' Husker" will be the bill at
the Boyd. This play Is a lot better than Its
name, as it tells a very rational story of
rural love and politics without outraging
any of the verities for the purpose of pro
ducing effect or creating heart Interest.
"Bargain" prices will prevail at the mati
nee. Orders are now being taken at the Boyd
bog office for the "Silver Slipper" engage
ment, which Is for Thursday, February 18,
matinee and night. This magnificent com
pany Is on a trip to the Pad no coast and
will stay In Omaha for but two performances.
Card ot Thanks.
We wish to thank the kind friends and
neighbors, also the Ladles of the Macca
bees, for their kindness and comforting
words of sympathy during the Illness and
death of our beloved daughter and sister.
TIMOTHY DRISCOLL,
WILLIAM DRISCOLL,
MARY DRISCOLL,
I MRS. THOMAS FOSTER.
MRS. THOMAS FLOOD.
Royal Achatee Ball.
Remember the Royal Achates ball. Myrtle
hall, tonight, Feb. 9. Admission, Z5c You
are cordially Invited. Come.
Albers Get roar Dollars.
Fred A hers of the Goo hotel was
awarded 14 and the usual extras In police
court. Albers Is the man who became
dmonstrative in a Thirteenth street saloon
Saturday afternoon by Uing to push a beer
?la-a through the bar and offeriug other
oats of legerdemain. In the demonstra
tion, however, Albers lacerated bis baud
Don't Scold
Irritability Is a nervous affection.
Strengthen the nerves with Dr. Miles'
Nervine. Sleep better, eat better, work
better, feel better, and be better. Sold a
guarantee. Book on nervee for postal.
IO. UILEa UMJlSAi -v kiaiiajt la4
Wagons to Fori Croak an Ballevas Wednesday
5 PI Pr
mm mWrn
Ml
IT WILL PAY YOU
TO "RUBBER"
!AT OUR!
poonterst they talk load velnes.
Onr prices make an Irresistible
appeal to yonr money . savins;
feeling. All stood arc plainly
tlcketedi the ejnalltles are riant
to yonr hand. Yon see the good.
there Is no haying pig; Jn m.
poke at Bennett's, tint there Is
B-enolnencas and satisfaction
(ralicht through and (iHKF.
TRAIMNG STAMPS WITH AM.
PIKCIIASKS l AM. DEPART'
MRT AM. THB T1MK.
CAtlDY! CANDY!!
TUESDAY 8PECIAL
5oc worth of stamps with
with each jar of candy.
Wo have 3,000 of these
and as long as the supply
lasts will give 50c worth
of Green Trading Stamps
with each jar &ff
of candy, at... BUG
1
mi
Another Big dreen Trading Stamp Special In view of.
St Valentine's Day
Toasts in Ebony Frames Th cleverest
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimwmmmmmmmmmmmmm tOaStS tO date.
Kvery now and then the great writers are saying SOMETHING! something
that hits the nail on the head; some cleverly twisted bunch of words. We have
them In frames; they are Just great for your little room or don. Imaglno a
bachelor resisting such a charm as this (this Is one of them), "To Woman:
A Paradox Who Fuszlea When She Pleases, and Pleases When She Pusiloa,"
It charms, you, and then think how true it 1st It has a beautiful etched head
shown on the plate; It's Just so cute and It's Just so cheap only 40c. AND TWO
DOLLAR'S WORTH OV GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH IT. UUT ONLY
ONE TO A CUSTOMER.
BIQ SELECTIONS HERE'S nORE.
DUTCH BOYS, DUTCH GIRLS, DUTCH SCKNLS Mounted on linen mats,
under glass, bound in fine black blnulng, ready to hang up. Just 40c. AND
TWO DOLLAR'S WORTH OF GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH IT. BUT
WITH IT. BUT ONLY ONE TO A CUSTOMER.
GREAT SELECTIONS nORE AttAIN.
ARTISTIC HEADS, LANDSCAPES, JAP PICTURES Everyone ' a charm,
each 40c AND TWO DOLLAR'S WORTH OF GREEN TRADING STAMPS.
BUT ONLY ONB TO A CUSTOMER.
The above aro the finest, most artistic and original novelties ever offered In
the picture line In this city. To got a good selection make an early call.
Art Department, Second Floor, Tuesday.
GROCERY! GROCERY!!
Our purchases are Immense and come direct from the producer. We save
you money on everything you buy. Competition Is not In It when lined up
against Bennett's Grocery. Quality, freshness, honest weights, full measures
and cut-to-the-bone prices,
TUESDAY'S LEADERS.
Mercerized White
Waistlngs Sale
Wednesday.
Mi
THB RKLIADI.K STOKE.
Mercerized White
WilstlMi Sate. A
Wednesday
The popularity of our Trailing Stamps, thn superiority of our premiums, is clearly
demonstrated day after day. by th throngs of enthuslastlo shoppe-m that fill pur
"The Rig
shoppr
sr mmey savers.
store. They have Inarned that "The ltK bt-r" prices
tiore stamps are Interest payers. The t to N found. Inv.t1gntton will learn
v. ..... iu ,vu. iiini'iiin olAJUfl ('Kt.M WITH ALL CAHH I'URCIIAHRS.
Forced Sale on Valentines.
Half Price.
.kiV. . L . , 1?J . 1 ln, 3"n"ty or valentines we ordered. The first
shipment being lost In transit and th second let a duplloata of the first, being ten
il.-'a,.a ?e WPT" '"reed to refuse the entlro shipment.. In reply to our trlogrsm
we received orders from the factory to put the lot on sale at ONE-HALF PRICE.
...5o
...o
5c
I0J
Sl.00 Valentines, 2 for Sl.00
in Sle weft?1 a"d be6t aB80rted 1Ine of valentines ever seen In Omaha, er. la fact
Garpets, Draperies, Lace Curtains.
Prices That Move the Goods
Cnmlo valentines
I'T .... ....
lo valentines
1 for
Bo valentines
a for ,
lOo valentines
2 for
33
a
Xo
a
5(Vl
a
7&o
a
valentines
for
valentines
tor
valentines
" -
valentines
lor
....20c
...25c
.-50c
...75c
I
all wool Ingrain
and welton velvets
Neutrlta Breakfast Food, pkg..M 60
Cleaned Currants, per lb...... 8a
Pineapple, grated, 3-lb. oan. 10o
Pancake Flour, 3-lb. pkg 10a
Buckwheat, 3-lb. pkg.... .1340
Worcester Sauce, bottle 10o J
Olives, bottle 9j
Imported Sardines, can 10a
Tablo Syrup, 8-lb. can 1214
Baking Soda, pkg 4c
Corn Meal, 8-lb. sack 12ttc
Fresh Gutter Received Dally From the Dest Dairies.
Bennett's Capitol Creamery,, Fresh Country Butter, per lb lc
Per lb 26o Wisconsin Cream Cheese, per lb...l2Vjc
Coffee Roasted Dally-Best Values.
Marucalbo Coffee, per lb 15c Bennett's Breakfast Coffee, 2-lb.
Bennett's Capitol Coffee, per lb.... 28o can 4gQ
Teas.
B. F. Japan. Oolong, Eng.
Breakfast, Gunpowder, superior
values, per lb asc
Tea Slftings, per lb 15c
Bennett's Purs Black Pepper, 4-lb.
can 120
Best
for
Axmlnster
for
Tapestry r.russols
for
12. SO RUFFLED CURTAINS.'
New ruffled muslin curtains
plain or figured spin price
12.(10 CURTAINS, 9Sc.
Regular ti quality heavy net
curtains sale price
. 58c
. 98c
49c
1.2f
.1.25
... 98c
15.00 CURTAINS, J2.38.
Retrular ti.H) end 15.00 finality colored Ara
bian curtains new effects, whits 9 flfl
and ecru sale price ) U
DRAPERY PETT SPECIAL.
FOR TUESDAY.
38-Inch art sllkollne, worth lOo to E
15o yard sale price, Tuesday ....... ..Q'3
10 YARD3 ONLY TO A CUSTOMER, "
DRAPERY DEPT., 8RD FLOOR.
Ladies' Sweaters.
All the newest styles for early spring wear, at $4.50,
ti.hO, $3.00 and
2.50
Special in Misses' Sweaters
Military effects In blues
and reds . ,
fHouse jackets, In all
colors at
Your choice of all the $1.73 and $1.50
quality, some slightly soiled at ..
2.50
2.00
1,00
Rock
Springs
Coal
$7.15 Per To 1.
Central Coal and Coke Co.
TELEPHONE 431
lil KAItNAM ST. ;
SCRANTON HARD GOAL
ALL SIZES.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL
CANON CITYNUT COAL
' FOR COOK STOVES
And many other grades, from cheap
est to the best.
Nebraska Fuel Co.
141 Far nam BU Pbons 43L
Extraordinary
Bargain Tuesday
We have taken two hundred pairs
of men's shoes In the celebrated
ilanan, Clapp and
Boyden
makes, put them on one table and
priced every pair at
A Special Grocery Sale
And Trading Stamps Free.
21-lls. pure cane granulated and
$1.00 worth of Trading Stamps free
P.PAIK B-'h hand picked navy beans
DLAnO Trading Btnmps 1-Yee ,
ClPP 6-lbs. good Japan
nlwL Trading Stamps Free
(UTMFAI ' packages for
UHlltiLKL Trading Stamps Free
TIDIflPA B-lbs. fancy pearl tapioca
lAriUOH Trading Stamps Free ....
TfllilTnCS 8-lb. can solid pocked
iUMAIULO Trading Stamps Fred
I DDI CP 8-lb cans fnnev apples
arrLLa Trading Stamps Free
nnouiicil ..The best, per sack
UUnnmLHL Trsding Stamps Free
DIIIPVIM S,b- fans fancy pumpkin
i van Trading Slumps t ree
BCiUC -lb cans wax or string
winnv Tradlna Stamps Free
1.00
I9
19c
:19c
19c
...5c
.10c
...5c
.. 5c
DRIED FRUIT SPECIALS
PRIINPC Large California, per lb O 1-
rilUntO Trading Stamps Free 05
PFAPUFC Choice Utah. T lb f in
rLAbnCO Trading Btnmps Free .... I J"
CURRANT?. English cleaned, per lb
vUnrtARId Trading Stamps Free .. f lc
PFARS Fancy Itartlctt, per lb II,,
rr.HH) Trading Stamps Froe Iu
IPPIPC New York Ring, per lb Ql.
arrLtO 'j-rndmjf stamps Free OS1-
ADH!PflTC Fancy Moor Park, per lbfOl
ArniUUI Trading Stamps Free ..ltac
FRESH FRUIT SPECIALS
nniNCEC Fancy navi'l oranges, dox Ittn
UllAnOCA Trading Stamps Free ,...IUC
I mniK Largo Juicy lemons, dns Ifl,
LCWUilO Trading Stamps Free IUC
niTCC Fancy Halloween, lb R.,
UAICd Trading Stamps Free Uu
HAYDEN BROS.
1.48
with the shattered glass. Having the sum
of $437 tucked away in his belt, he paid
the tine with one of thoee permanent smiles.
31.00
ta
New Orleans. La., and return.
$30 85
to
Mobile, Ala., and return
i Feb. th-lth.
Long limits and stop-overs.
All Information at Wabash
city office, 1601 Farnam et,
or address
Harry S. Moo res. O. A. P. IX.
s Omaha. Neb.
Hew Orleans, 1., ua Meblle, Ala.
One fare plus $1 for the round trip to
both of the above places, via the Missouri
Paclflo railway. Tickets on sale from Feb
ruary t to 1. For full information address
or call st Union Station or City Ticket
Office. 8. E. corner 14th and Douglas
streets, Omaha, Neb. Thomas F. Godfrey,
Passenger and Ticket Agent -
These are broken lots, mostly narrow
widths, black Russia calf, In sizes
from 6 to 10. vThe regular prices of
these shoes are $5.00, $5.60 and $6.00.
Come early and select your size and
the shoe you want.
Also fifty pairs
patent leathers
at
1.48
One hundred pairs men's heavy whiter
double sole putent colt, v mm g-
all staca snd widths, our T 1
regular $3.60 shoo e-rw
DREXEL SHOE CO.,
1419 Farnam Street.
Omaha's Up-to-Dii Slios Hous)
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
gabsc-rlbe Now.
That quaint old rnlsaton town Is not only one of the moat
lovely seaside resorts ot California, but also one of
the most interesting places in the world.
Here, hundreds of years ago, Christianity was
.first preached to the American Indians by the Spanish
friars. The old miwlons are still there, and are visited
every season by thousands of tourists who travel via tha
UNION PACIFIC
because It is the best and quickest line
to that noted place
DTQUIBB AT
CITT TICKET OFFICE,
124 Farnam St.
Tbont 310.
I
t $
1
New Orleaji
$31.56
Omaha to
New Orleans
AND BACK.
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