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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JUXE 3. 1900.
A Wooderihuil duictioo Men's and Young Mens Suits We have decided to reduce our stocks NOW instead of waiting until Panama Hat Sale Our Special Sale of Women's Oxfords, Pumps and Ties Continues. Tho Saturday the end of the season. We will offer you seasonable suits 700 suits in all that regularly sold at $15 up to $22.50. They were excellent values at those prices too. We purchased 500 classy Pnnama lints direct from Ecuador R oii: I . ft 5 ft price. Worth up to 512.50 On Sale at s2.95,s3.95,$4.95 These hats were hand-woven by the natives of Ecua dor, which tires them remarkable softness and evenness and a stubborn resistance to wear. They were bought by us In bales and blocked by American experts to give them the proper style. Shapes are: New Alpine, Planter and Telescope, small me dium and large. Look again at the prions and come arly tc get the finest. Summer Underwear An exceptionally classy showing of cool summer underwear in Balbrlggan, Nainsook and Soi sette. Athletic style with long or short sleeves, knee or ankle ill length per garment Combination Suits Usls finished , derby ribbed Bal brlggan combination suits. A perfect ecru, plak, salmon and blue, at, ault BRIEF CITY NEWS 1909 J U N E 1909 JUMMOd TUC WIO THU 'ftl SAT 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 13 19 20 21 22 23 242526 2728 2930 Save moot Prist It. laYallierea Edholm. Jewelr. Omaht Siaotrloal Works rant motors, atadolph T. Strobed, Publlo Accountant aMn.hart, photographer, lttU rarnam. eya, photo, removed to IStb A Howard. B. a. floafca, expert optician. lttO Doug. Bgultssle life Policies, sight drafts at maturity. H. D. Neely, manager, Omaha. Idl.wild Buttw Is churned from pasteup lsed cream and sold only In cartons. David Cole Creamery company. err Maa la Oatak ahOuld attand Omaha's greatest men's meeting at the A Auditorium Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, rajrlag for a Soma la aa aaay as paying rent Nebraska Savings and Loan aaao elation will ahow the way. Board of Trade Bid., Sixteenth and rarnam etreeta. Znsuaaoe Men to Bine The Omaha Ufa Insurance Underwriters' association will hold its monthly banquet Saturday evening at the Paxton. Covera will be laid for twenty-flv. Xxoevate (or Car House -Graders are at work on the excavation for the new car house for the Omaha A Council Bluffi Street Railway company at Tenth and AHracOveFootWear FOR "When a woman 6ets out in quest of footwear the great question with her is, "Where can I get the most for my monfy f " By most she means the most style, comfort and quality for the money. The reputation of Alexander's Sample Shoe Shop rests. upon its ability to undersell all others. We are showing shoes in all styles and leathers that others ask $5.00 and $4.00 for. at- $2.50 (y Saturday I OMAHA exporters at half drawers, all colors at 50c form - fitting garment in 95c Pi wee atreeta. The building have all been removed and the grading la about SO per rent completed. KeaUno'a Jkato la Becorered Arthur R. Keellne'a roadster automobile, which was stolen from In front of the Racquet club Wednesday night, has been found. The po lice located it Thursday night, Mrs. Brad ley of BSU Charles street first reporting that a machine was stuck In the mud at Forty-second and Ames avenue. The car proved to be Keellne'a and was found to be In good shape, except for the mud on It. Tire Ten-Found BoyDave W. Dick inson, secretary to United States District Attorney Ooss, was heard humming lulls bys snd observed looking over lllllputian clothing catalogues Friday morning and at the same time benignly remarking to all callers, "The cigars are in the upper drawer; take one or the whole box. Been married aeven years, and It's the first a ten-pound boy." MBatoh rreeee's Wife Sets BItoi Two mere men varied ordinary divorce court proceejlnge Friday by getting de creea from their wlvea. Samuel Rosa dl voroed Louise Ross and J. Claude Smith aecured a divorce from Ann M. Smith. Mistreated wlvea were not absent from the list, however, Cora Freese getting a deoree cleaving her from Hugo T. Freese, other wise "Butch" the ball player, and Eva A. Harden one from Charles T. Hayden. A petition for divorce was filed by Mrs. Ro eetta Albee from George Albee. They were married In Council Bluffs In 1874. Deser tion Is alleged. Inspection of All Dairy Cows Federal, atate and city authorities will Saturday be gin tha work of inspection of all cows be longing to dalrlea that furnish milk to Omaha consumers and they will not stop until every cow has been Inspected and all those found to be Infected with tubercu losis or other diseases which can be trans mitted through the milk have been slaugh S2.50 Block The Young Man in particular will appreciate the advantages offered by this opportunity, because of the innumerable styles, colors and patterns designed especially to meet with and win HIS approval. Remember, these suits are the pick of the market and are actually Worth up to $22.50 On Sale Saturday I -Zr r -y , W M 1 vU (C to) li vi - THE HOUSE OF HIGH MERIT" tered. Dr. H. E. Smith, government vet erinarian, arrived In the olty Friday and during the day held a conference with Dr. Paul Jucklnesa, state veterinarian; Dr. R. W. Conned, city commissioner of health, ana Dr. c. C. Hall, dty veterinarian. The work waa mapped out and the officials representing the three authorities will work In conjunction and In harmony. Joslyn Case Wide Reaching, Says Judge Suit, if Successful, Would Deprire Millionaire of Most Costly eii dance in Omaha. "The Joslyn case la possibly the moat Im portant from a legal atandpolnt which 1 have been called upon to decide since I have aat upon the bench," aald Judge Troup of the district court yesterday. He had Just heard the conclusion of argument In the ault, whloh. If the plaintiffs are sue ceaaful, will take from Oeorge Joslyn his 1, 000,000 castle -General J. C. Cowln, who appeared for Joslyn, delivered the last argument In the suit before Judge Troup, basing his con tention upon points Involved In the "rule in Shelley's case," familiar to every atudent of law and the source of more grief and Ill-feeling In court rooms than any other three rules of law ever laid down. Judge Troup will study the case for some time before giving a decision. The ease he has heard Is based upon one of two identi cal petitions filed by the grandchildren of lira. Emily M. Butphen, tha other being be fore Judge Eatelle and not yet reached. LUNA IN ECLIPSE, EARTH GETTING SQUARELY IN WAY Mooa Shat Off front Mht at far Over aa Hoar Last MkU aa Denlsena of Luna If there are any had an hour of darkness last night, for that planet known aa the earth butted squarely or roundly in between the moon and the sun. The moon entered the shadow of the earth at 6:ii p. m. and became totally evllpsed at tM p. m . It remained en tirely In the shadow until 8:00 p. m. and wholly emerged at 8:11. The total ecllpae was visible In Omaha for about 13 minutes only, and was not distinctly visible because the moon had completely emerged from the shadow be fore the end of the twilight. It waa visi ble In Chicago fur about half an hour and In fw York for nearly an hour, but west of Omaha waa almont Invisible. A large number of people went to the Crelghton university observatory to view the sight, and Director Rlge explained to them details of the event. Thla Is the first of four eclipses which will take place during 1908. and all of them but one. a solar eollpae. will be visible in the I'nited States to a slitcht degree at leaat. The next eclipse will be a solar, the only one visible In the I'nited States thla year, on June 17. It will start In Omaha at 10 p. m. and will last for about two hours. Thla etlipee will be vis ible ovar the entire I'nited Miatea with the exception of the extreme southwest. Quick Artloa for luur ior.yTou gt I that by using The Bee advertising coltuaoa AgsttasajsAsfasBst AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA s Private Sewer of Union Stock Yards Caves In. WEAK MANHOLE THE CAUSE Pemrteea Tkoauad Hogs amd Record Price Exerts an Klectrlf ylnat Effect la Commlasloa Circles. The Union Stock Tarde rawer caved In Wednesday afternoon at a deep manhole near Seventeenth and Jeffereon streets. After this oaveln the sewer clogged and made a head, breaking again at Railroad avenue and Jefferson street, under Broad well & Rlch'a apur track. The fortunate thing about tha break was that the aewer could be diverted oown the open creek in stead of spreading over the surrounding territory. This la the private sewer of the Union Stock Tarda company and la not used by the city In any way. The cause of the accident was In the faulty construc tion of the deep manhole. The lower part of this manhole had been timbered up and at the top a structure of brick was set. The timbers, in the course of years, rotted out and finally gave way under the weight of the brick and morter. The debris falling to the bottom of the manhole crushed Us way Into the sewer and stopped it up entirely. The accident waa not thought due In any manner to the recent heavy rains. I he company has a gang of men at work re pairing the break and rhe work will be completed In a few daya. - Big Stir la Hogs. Fourteen thousand hogs on the market and the record price of the year had a most electrifying effect on the South Omaha commission men yesterday. Four lots of about seventy-five each sold at the astonishing figure of 17.64 per 100 pounds, live weight. This is surely a record price, and yet the commission men are hinting at a probable figure of IS per 100 pounds be fore the cloee of June. June markets are Half Price Sale OF PICTURES s ART GOODS AT Rose's Art Store! 1521 Dodge Htr?et, Still on. You'll miss it if you don't take advantage of this sale. $10 Pictures, now $5.00 15 Pictures, now S2.50 12 Pictures, now 91.00 fl Pictures, now 50 Bigger and better bargains than ever. We do framing at just one half others charge. E. H. Smith, T. W. Kennedy Proprietors. at N par: usually the highest of the year. During the month of May the recelpta were consid erable ahort of the previous year, but the number received la again slowly increasing with each good market day. The decreases for the year are yet much under the 100,- 000 figure. This Is not counted an alarm ing state of the record, since 1908 waa the greatest year In the history of the yarda for hog receipts. Aaatrlaa Loses a Lear. Kick Zuklch, Thirtieth and R streets, fell down an elevator shaft In the beef loading department of the Cudahy packing plant yesterday afternoon and so Injured his leg that amputation waa necessary. He la an Austrian laborer, and while hurrying about hla work on the loading floor failed to note tho open elevator shaft Into which ha teil headlong. He went down several floors and the fall on the floor of the elevator pit crushed the leg below the knee. He was taken to the South Omaha hospital, Where Dr. E. L. De Lanney attended him. After the amputation hla condition waa pro nounced comfortable as possible under the circumstances. The accident occurred about 4 p. m. Golfers oa Tiptoe. The management of the South Omaha Country club la straining every nerve to get the golf course In shape for the game between the South Omaha team and the Happy Hollow club. It ia underatood that twenty or more players will be on hand. Golf Manager Sherwood expects to have the lineup thla evening. Tha field men at the club havo carefully dressed the ahaved greens with a coat of sand and oil. They are carefully leveled. Two new grass greena are now In use. It Is expected that three or four more grasa greena will be ready for use by the middle of the summer. While the shaved greens are well dressed, they are not favorites with most golf play ers, aa the slightest grain of sand csuses a deflection of the ball. The club's base ball team will play against the soldiers from Fort Crook Saturday aft ernoon. Both teams are said to be In the finest condition. j The city hall team of South Omaha will play the Cllffdwellers, or the team from the Douglas county court house. This game will be called at I p. m., to be out of the waw by S:4t p. m. Several of the preliminary matches of the early season tennis tournament have been played off. The rest will follow aa faat as tha playera can arrange their dates. Held aa Fagltlve. Believed to have broken Jail at Oska loosa. Mo., while a prisoner there on the charge of horse stealing, Bird B. Bidler was arrested Friday and la held as a fugi tive from Justice. Detective P. II. Shields made the arrest at the Omaha Packing plant, where Bidler had been employed aa a ham lnapector. The man's wife Uvea In South Omaha. Word of Bldler's arrest has been sent to the sheriff at Oekaloosa. aiagle City (Juaalv. Dr. and Mrs. Tnomas Kelly have gone to Denver for a week'a vacation. Jetter's Cold Top Beer delivered to any part of the city. Telephone No. a. The Live Htock National bank of tuuth Omaha, pledges Itself to serve faithfully the Interests of lis customers. Dr. O. K. Dyson, formerly chief of the bureau of animal Industry at Chicago, wait a visitor In the boutli Omaha packing alb trlct yesterday. Representatives of the Omaha Printing company were In South Omaha yesterday seeking to settle up the tangled slfalr ui the city ball furniture. It la reported that the L'nlon Pac Ific ha added thirty acres or more to former put chases of land lying along the rlght-u!-ay and lust over the haipy county line. Miss Jane lyiudon died Uednwlsy at Mtksuula. Mont., where she had been to soma Uiua. XUe body Is lo be sent lo tJouui $4.00 The newest spring styles and most fashionable shape In Patent Corona Colt Black, Brown ft-nd Gray Suedes Bronxe French Kid and Royal Vlci Kid. In Oxfords, Pumps and Ties. All slies and widths. In thU sale. A Men's Shirt ale . This SHle of men's shirts gives you an op portunity to save one-third to one-liulf. We secured two great lots of shirts from two prominent makers at an enormous concession that's how we are in a position to offer vsuch extraordinary values. Make your selec tions early and buy enough to last you all summer. The lot consists of fine Popgee Silk Golf or Outing shirts with collars and cuffs attached a complete line of sizes and values that are wonderful. Also in (his lot are beautiful band shirts in percale and madras without collars; cuffs attached or de tached, cut coat style. Many swell colorings, at Omaha, where the family resided and where the funeral will be held. Mis. May me Lumbberd died Friday morn ing. The funeral Is to be held Saturday at 10 nVlnrk .t the residence. Forty-eldhth and W streets, and burial will be in Forest Dawn cemetery. We are proud of our store. Here lately we have made extensive Improvements on our three floors and you will be agreeably surprised how nice everything looks. We also went over the stock, an Is our custom twice a year, and have sent all the un desirable goods to our Omaha store. We are now carrying a much larger stock than ever before. On suits, which we pell for (10, till 60. 15, 118. 20 and ! you will find our prices at least 25 per cent cheaper than you can buy the same quality up town. With each suit we give a pair of suspenders free, and for a few days we will also give a coat danger free with every suit. We are agents In South Omaha for "Manhattan," "Monarch," "Manches ter" and "Savoy" dress shirts, which are the best leading makes In the country. We; also Just received a new shipment of knit' underwear In three new styles. They coi.ie In all colors and patterns. Price 50 cents. An extra special bargain which we place on aale is men's blue mesh underwear, in all sixes. It is a regulation 60-cent gar ment; special price 3$ cents. Men'a silk lisle hose, in about twenty different plain colors, worth 25 cents a pair; sale price, two pairs for 26 cents, and many other similar bargains. Nebraska Shoe and Clothing House, Corner Twenty-fifth and N streets, South Omaha. William Hughee was sentenced to thirty days In the county Jail on the charge of being habitually Intoxicated. He plead guilty to the charge, but when the Judgi passed sentence he gave notice that he would file an appeal. MUST EMULATE MAYOR JAMES Police How Called Uaaa to Wield Lariat Expertly t'pan Sab. Merged Ulcyelea. Lassoing bicycles stolen and thrown Into creeks Is the lstest teat a policeman has been called upon to go. The Council Bluffs officers used a lariat on a submerged wheel Thursday morning when they arrested Save Half On Your Boy's Clothes by getting the YTRAGOOn, They cost like common clothes. Yet they outwear the common fully two Co one. And the styles are distinct. All the best-dressed boys you see in town are wearing XIMGOQD. XTRAGOop clothes are made by Eder-heimer-Stein the famous tailors to boys. Each suit contains l3 more cloth than the usual. The boy doesnt soon outgrow it XXTCACOOp trousers are lined, to double their wear. If you knew half what we know about these wonderful clothes you would buy nothing else. Come and see. J. .L Brandeis & Sons Celebrated "Milo" brand, worth $5.00, $4.50, and $3.50. at at 95c Clarence Pierce as a suspicious character. Pierce rode a stolen bicycle from Omaha, and when In danger of being arrested, threw the wheel Into a creek from off a bridge, and then denied all knowledge of the affair. He was brought to Omaha by Detective Dunn. Pierce sas he Is an Italian and lives at 1127 South Seventeenth street. It Is thought he was the partner of J. R. Van Wagenen, the former city fireman who was arrested with a stolen bicycle in Omaha at midnight Wednesday and la be ing held by the po'ice, who suspect him of having committed several burglarise lately. CROUNSE MEMORIAL MONDAY Resolutions la Honor of Former Gov ernor Presented to Saprem Coart at Lincoln June T. The committee appointed hy the supreme court of Nebraska to prepare and present resolutions to the court relative to the late Lorenzo Crounse, announces that the presentation will take place In the supreme court room at Lincoln, June 7, at ! o'clock p. m. The committee consists of fiyron Q. Bur bahk, chairman; Ulrazer Wakeley and George B. Lake of Omaha, O. A. Abbott of Orand Island and R. A. Batty of Hunt ings. Addresses will be delivered In supnort of the resolutions by Eleazer Wakeley of Omaha, (J. 11. Hastings of Crete, A. M. Post of Columbus, T. L. Norval of Seward, 8. P. Davidson of Tecumseli, Matt Oerlng of Plattsmouth, R. A. Batty of Hastings. Edwin F. Warren of Nebraska City and others desiring to do so. Bigger, Bettes-, Buslor-That's what ad vertising In Ths Bee does for yojr business. $2.50 95c