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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. OCTOBER P, 1003.
X PAY US
J A TIME
1612 a TABNAM STREETS, OMAHA.
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' FALL SUITS
Dig Purchase Dy Our New York Buyer
On Sale Saturday-CASH OR CREDIT
The assortment Includes about 85 suits. They are made In a variety of new, popular
styles of the best quality materials In all the leading colors. Jackets are 45 Inches V
lonj?, strictly tailored and lined with guaranteed satin; skirts are the newest fashionable, t
kilted style, and are very generous In width. For Saturday's selling we have divided J
them into thrre lots. It will be to your advantage to call early. Remember CASH OR
$25 Values .
$30 Values . .
CHARMING FALL MILLINERY
Exclusive models, made in velvet, felt, moire and silk
shapes. Every conceivable color. $7.50,
$8.00 and $9.00 ladies' hats;
Saturday specially priced, at
e uuu siik.
For men and women,
the largest and most
complete line we ever
carried. The prices
range from $7.50
on down to
(Ylon's Classy Fall Suits
and Overcoats, Worth Si 8,
Saturday on Credit, for
Tomorrow we place on sale a large lot of men's fall
garments. Every one a new model, strictly up to-date and
hand tailored. There is nothing good missing. Not neces
sary to pay cash open a charge account with us and pay
at your convenience.
E?Drr Combination Coat and Pant
TnLC Hangar with Each Suit
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Hare Boot Print It.
Blnshart, Fhotograpner, t8th & Farnam.
Says, photo, removed to ltth Howard.
X. X. Ambler, R. E. loans. Barker Blk.
Xciaitable life Policies sight drafts at
maturity. H. D. Neely, manager, Omaha.
Keep Tour Money and Valuables in the
American Safe Deposit Vaults In the Bee
building. Boxes rent for fl to tit.
Coatraot for Bloom's Vew Building-
J. F. Bloom & Son have let a contract
to Newman & Johnson for their new $15,000
building, to be constructed at Seventeenth
and Cuming streets. They will occupy the
building with the marble works.
Ifelebef-Vobmldt Drag; Company Arti
cle of incorporation have been filed for
the Melcher-Sehmldt Drug Company, which
will occupy the southeast corner of Seven
teenth and Farnam streets when the Smith
Premier company has vacated there. The
drug company Is incorporated by Chris
tian A. Melcher and Joseph H. Schmidt
XowaU Flans Wholesale Building R.
Boecher Howell is figuring with several
contractors on the erection of an eight
story building on a lot he owns at Tenth
and Dodge streets. It Is the present Inten
tion to start work on the structure this
fall, but all the details are not yet shaped
for definite announcement The building
will be used for wholesale purposes.
Collins' Trial la Postponed The triat of
James Collins, the alleged pickpocket, has
been postponed until October 22. Collins
In vald to have stolen a purse belonging to
a Mr. McClellan of Tabor, la., while both
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Ox OUR STORE
100 FARNAM &Jy
were on a Farnam street car. McClellan
had suffered In a like manner several
times on previous visits to Omaha, but this
time he Is said to have caught Collins in
the very ac.
One nor Xsw Oarage Still another
addition to Garageville will be erected for
the Coad Real Estate company by the Cap
ital City Brick and Tile company. It will
cost $20,000. will be 60x120 and will be located
on the south side of Farnam street, be
tween Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets. Construction will begin as soon as
some old buildings now on the property can
be moved off.
Br. Jensen la Sued for Dlroroe A pe
tition for a divorce from Dr. Robert P.
Jensen was filed in district court by Mrs.
Ellen Jensen. The petition was immedi
ately withdrawn. County Attorney Eng
lish, representing Mrs. Jenson, admitted
that It is a "statutory charge," which may
mean any ground for which th law al
lows the dissolution of the marriage con
tract. The Jensens reside at 111 South
We Mora Street Gambling James Camp
bell, who was arrested while operating a
paddle gambling device at Ninth street
and Capitol avenue, was fined $5 and
costs by Police Judge ' Crawford. John
Jones and Sam Davis, who were taken on
a like charge on Douglas street, failed to
answer and forfeited a heavy bond. All
these men claimed to have permits from
Mayor Dahlman, but this the chief of
police denies and states that gambling
upon tha streets will be stopped wherever
Tea Dollars for Snooting in Ponds
Frank Fltchett was taken Into county
court on a charge of violating an ordinance
of Dundee relating to the discharge of
firearms. Fltchett pleaded guilty to one
count and the other was dismissed and
was fined $10. Fitehett. who is famous
as the builder of a "spite fence" between
his house and his nearest neighbor, upset
a card party at Harry Ransdell's by firing
off a revolver. The proceedings In court
Friday were the result of an agreement
Splendid New Fall Suits
and Overcoats for
Men and Boys
These new fall garments are the kind that you should
because they're a combination of the best in style,
fabric, pattern and tailoring.
because no matter what your business or calling may
be, there are gannents to suit your (particular needs, and
because you will get greater satisfaction and better
service than you've ever experienced for the money.
Neither fabric nor tailoring of "Nebraska" garments
has ever yet been criticised, nor has "Nebraska" quality
ever been equaled at anywhere near our prices. .
You will find our assortment the largest, our styles the
handsomest and our patterns the most attractive in the city.
because these are the best clothes for you and your
boy; we show them with confidence that you will become
"We mention our price range. : '
Men s Suits $10 to $35
Men's Cravenettes $10 to $25
Men s Fall Overcoats $10 to $25
Boys Fall Suits $2.95 to $12.45
f t t ft
The strongest Boys' Suit
ever made is our special
"Skule Sute" at $3.85
gfm a4tV $tJL
"The House of
Your Fall Hat
will reflect your cood taMe and be a
credit to your judgment as to style,
chape and shade If sHeoted from the
rlassy collection now shown In Omaha's
largest Hat Store.
There's no possibility of error or
improper flttlns if you wear one of
these bent made and best known
John It. Stetson, $3.30 to $12
Knapp Felt Do Luxe $6
Moreau & Co. (Pari) 93
Knapp Felt 9ft
Crofur & Knapp 9
"Nebraska Special" . . fl.rtO
In styles and quality our Men's
Shoes at 93 arc the equal of other
stores' $3. SO nntl 9ft Shoes.
We offer you an exceptionally large
assortment of all new styles and
shapes for Fall, in every leather
and size at this moderate price.
These Shoes are carefully constructed
from first grade materials and on
They will fit you comfortably and
give greater service than you'll ever
get for the money.
Your choice of box ralf. gun metal
or patent leathers, lace or biucber
wail HrTftfraMi' ffnaa wksbbsbubbSP
It's like "throwing
to sell a new $125 Runabout for merely $69, but
I?1!"1" mr.chnt Plaead In a position whers ha MUST make the
sai-rlfli of profit somstlmss eten of cost.
xmwp m,'e mo"'y reduelnr my whirls space so that I may have
bui f"'.l"r ."iW"""11" work.7, for THAT reason I am selling U0 Top
nifi? i ,or ,,B0 Phton for $US delivery waeoi.s for 1 90; I1S0
L. .ton" for 101 "d Vou re NOT a rlsver trader If you can-
K m till tZYr "b"t buf dBal" wlth '"" NOW- 1 " running- a big
tlrrne Sale on everylhln hut this "Clearance " la roir.5
,, " , S.mie hauls on your part Is advisable If you REALLY
car to own a buggy KICJHT. .
THAT LENOX TRAP IS $130 TODAY
"$5 LESS EVERY DAY UNTIL SOLO"
10TH AND HARNEY STS. '
II 1111 ISM 0
for Tying Shoe
Steps Into Hallway and ii Mistaken
by Occupants, Who Call
Because shs stepped in a hallway at
1103 Farnam street aftsr seeing- her liu
band off on a late train, Mrs. Annie Smt.h
of Omaha was arrested as a suspicious
character, on complaint of several women
In the place who thought she was hld nj
Mrs. Smith was earring a number of
bundles and a large hat and when her
shos became untltd, she stepped in the
doorway to fasten It. After that was done
she was picking; up her bundles and pre
paring to continue her Journey, when offi
cers summoned by persons living In the
place arrived and arrested her. They
had seen her apparently trying to conceal
herself In the darkness and had become
alarmed for fear that she was a buiglar.
Judge Crawford decided that It was no
crime to tie one s shoe and sent her on
her way rejoicing.
Snow and Cold Up
North, Chilly Here
Forecaster Eayi Banana Weather in
Nebraska is Coming to a
Close at Lait
Snow and cold la reported from northern
Montana, with rains generally throughout
the west. Freesing temperatures as low
as 1 degrees above sero art reported from
Colonel Welsh vouches tha information
that tha banana weathar la very nearly Its
end In this locality for a while at least.
The local outlook la for unsettled weather
and much col is"
NEW CREICHTON H0NCMES1
Laboratory Building for Pharmacy
College Nearing Completion.
BEARS NAME OP BENEFACT0B
Strnetnre Will Be Four Stories , la
Height and Eqolpped with
the Best Facilities for
Another monument marking the memory
of Count John A. Crelghton, Omaha's great
benefactor, Is rapidly nearing completion.
The Inscription on this monument will be
"Laboratory Building John A. Crelgh
ton." The structure will adjoin the Crelgh
ton College of Pharmacy, Fourteenth and
V'lth ths onward march of Omaha, with
Its progress alone educational lines and
the greater striving for professional pur
suits, the Crelghton schools have not
lagged. In all departments of the univer
sity there are Increased enrollments this
year. In tha ejection of the new laboratory
building the university regents are simply
preparing to meet the call of the student.
The new building Is a necessity.
The new laboratory will be a four-story
structure, tttx'O feet In dimensions. A
roomy basement Is also provided in the
plans of the architect. Total coat of the
building will exceed $60,000.
The entire building will be faced with
Omaha hydraulic gray brick with blue
Bedford limestone trimmings from Bed
ford, Ind. Interior woodwork will be In
oak. The vestibule and halls will be fin
ished tn terra cotta and buff enamel brick.
Arrangements of Floors.
In the basement will be located the col
lege gymnasium, locker room and baths.
The gymnasium floor will be SSxTO feet.
Three hundred steel lockers will be pro
vided. On the first floor will be located the
business offices, the general clinic or free
dispensary and a private clinical labora
tory for 'faculty use.
Two large class lecture rooms, 34x38 feet,
will be found on the second floor, also
two private laboratories. On of these
laboratories will be for the exclusive use
of City Chemist Crowley.
A chemical experiment laboratory, S8x
TO feet, will be located on the third floor,
together with two private laboratories for
advanced research. On the fourth floor
will be the histological laboratory, two
private laboratories and a large clasa
The new laboratory and the old building
will be connected by a steel viaduct Unk
ing the second floors.
By contract the structure should be
completed and ready for occupancy by
New Year's day. J. Jeffrey Davey Is the
architect and William Rocheford & Son
has the contract for the structural work.
FOR MAWHINNEY & RYAN
laTolnntarr Snlt Broach t by- Cred
itors, bat Firm Will Con.
Involuntary bankruptcy proceedings have
been filed In the United States court against
the Jewelry firm of Mawhlnney & Ryan by
creditors. The case Is In the nature of
a friendly suit, as the store will not be
closed during the proceedings, but will be
conducted by Mr. Ryan.
Before the panic the firm tried to expand
by acquiring several outside stores and
the loss by reason of these has put the
firm under a heavy financial strain during
the last two years. The firm has recently
closed out Its outside stores at a great loss
and will devote Its entire energy to Its
Omaha store. A difference of opinion
among the stockholders has caused a con
dition whereby liquidation Is necessary In
order to reorganise and continue the busi
ness and to that end bankruptcy proceed
ings have been started. The business Is
still open and will continue to run as here
tofore and a reorganization will be effected
In the immediate future.
Hartc Low Bidder
for New Institute
Child Saving Building Will Be Put
Up by Him Unlets Some
John Harte la the lowest bidder on the
new Child Saving Institute building to be
erected at Forty-second and Dewey avenue,
and unless some unforseen condition arises
he will be awarded the contract for the
work. Somewhere near a dozen bids were
submitted and opened In the office of John
McDonald, the architect.
Work will begin soon after the signing
of the contract and It Is expected the build
ing will be completed within eUlit months.
The building complete will cost about 150,-
000. It will be of brick with stone trim
mings and tile roof and will be of rein
forced concrete construction.
Five and Half
This is Amount Involved in Permits
for Nine Months Big Gain
Over Last Year.
Comparative tables of building; permits
for the nine months ending September SO.
show a very large Iricrease during 1909 as
compared with 1908. Total permits Issued
for the nine months of each year are not
very far apui t, but In the value of build
ings for which permits were taken there Is
a gain this year of $2,174,175. Following Is
a table showing the figures by months:
1W8. m, ... .
Permits. Total. Permits. Total.
January ..104 $ 2T7.5X) 79 l.8.7W
February . 97'l 240.740 68 101,4.10
March .... 120 2?l,r.20 149 lill,J4R
April 17U 301, 0SJ ire 48.8r0
May 157 Zm.M US l.J52,l!S
June l.TJ 4.VUR0 ir5
July 14.1 67H.040 1J 81S.4S0
AllKUKt .... 1W iOa.TX 170 721.
September. 156 473,300 Wl 514.275
Totals.. 1,210 S3.1TO.105 1.279 $5,448,180
Tour rompi.xion us vren. as your temper
is rendered miserable by a disordered liver.
By tsking Chamborlaln'i Stomach and
Liver Tablets you can Improve both. Sold
by all drugk'lsta.
THERE are foods for
all purposes but
For the brain-energy
business men need; the
need; the nerve-energy
housewives need ; the all
round energy school chil
A soda cracker in ap
pearance more than a
soda cracker in goodness,
Moisture proof packages.