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I 8 p? I Special Month-End Reduc tions for Saturday on New Desirable Garments. Suits at $12.50 Women's long fall suits, reduced from hlRheri prices tor this dny only. Suits at $24.50.' We Invite compari son of the special garments nt this price In long and short suits. Dresses at $8.50. Special lot of silk, serge and party dresses whose orig inal prices were much higher. Special Items. Coats at $15.00. Dresses at $3.98. New arrivals that reflect the late style tendencies of $25.00 garments. Mixtures or solid colors. Petticoats, $2.45. Offering an unus ual value in mesaft line and silk jersey petticoats. All shades. About 20 odd far menu in silk and serge, whoso values range to $10.60, Waists at $1.25. A boot It silk waists frotn our regular Si. 00 and $5.00 stocks, Hat urday, while they last. ,15 SH & DOUGLAS & INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS Commissioner Moorhead Talks on Scratched Ballots. CARE MUST BE USED BY ALL C5! Frank Martin of Hat Company Quits Active Business Frank Martin, founder of the Martin son Hat and Cap company, ene of the big wholesale concerns of tho city, has retired from the active management, turn ing it over to his two sons-in-law, Carl Ochiltre and C. B. Helmer, who wilt con tinue the business. Mr. Martin was one of the pioneers In the wholesale hat and cap business In Omaha, opening a house here something like twenty years ago. Later he took George Cott, an employe. Into the busi ness, giving him an interest. Cott some years ago sold out and opened a hat and cap jobbing house in Sioux City. For years Messrs. Ochiltre and Helmer have . been connected, with the Martln-Cott company, the former as sales manager and the latter gradually working into the position of business manager. Besides being the principal owner in tW Martln Cott Hat and Cap company, Mr. Martin is ttie proprietor of a general 'store at Mu'rdock,: Neb. Mr. Martin has been In business prac tically all his life, (niv n come from Ackley, la., nearly tweut- vears ago, where for twenty or more yiars he was proprietor of a general store and heavily interested In one of the banks of the town. Speaking of his retirement from business, he said: "This Is the first time in nearly fifty years that I have found myself with nothing to do but loaf and rest. I shall continue to reside in Omaha and look after my property Interests in the city, In Nebraska and Iowa and may possibly go away for a short time, but I am out of active business and from now on, ex cept to take more time for leisure and enjoyment" Bancroft School Children Give a Hallowe'en Play The Bancroft school eighth grade gave a Hallowe'en play called "The Jack o' Lantern." Friday afternoon. Cast of characters: Prologue Minnie Hynek Maggie Who believes in fairies Mae Howland James Who does not believe In fairies Loyd McElroy Old Woman A fairy In disguise Florence Nelson Goblins... .Clinton FUher, Ernest Nordin Ghost Major Leach Bats Georgia Astleford, Adela Becker Witches.... Emma Oernandt, Hattie Starr Black Cats.- Grace Groseclose, Margaret- Hor nig Eleanor Linaberry. Fairies ..Marguerite Hlaffka, Helen Nepodal Epilogue Leroy Kyan The room was beautifuly decorated with everything that suggested Hal lowe'en. Most artistic results were ac complished. The children have done it all. Principal TriuMf to rl. Whfw Motf Than One f 'anitMnte Is to 'oed For fee One Office. K1ctlon Commissioner Moorhesd warns voters who put a cross In their party circle on she ballot election day and then scratches the ticket below that they are liable to nullify their vote for certain offices, If they are not rurrful. At the instnnce of a number of candidates and committeemen of various parties he has Issued instructions for voting, as follows: "A volr may put a cross In his party circle and thereby vote for all the can didates in his party and the three amend ments which appear below the party cir cles. "He may also place a cross In his party circle and then place, a cross opposite to the name of some other candidate for the same office, and thereby such vote will be counted for that candidate and cut out the voter's party candidate. "If mort than one candidate is to be elected for a given office, then If the voter wishes to break hla straight vote for such office, he must put a cross op posite the names of all the candidates that he wishes to vote for In that group. For example: There are twelve state representatives to be elected from this county: if a democratic voter puts a cross in his party circle, but wUhes to vote for two republican representatives. he will not only put a cross in the squares opposite the names of the two republicans, but he should also put crosses In the squares opposite the names of the ten candidates for representatives In his own party for which he wants to vote. Otherwise he will cut out all the candidates for that office In his own party. In such a group there is no one candidate running against any other candidate in the same group. "The other offices In which more than one ore to be elected are." regents of the state university, the state senators, the Justices of the peace and constables. "A vote in the party circle has no effect on the three initiative and refer endum measures appearing at the top of the ballot above the party circles. These are to be voted on separately by placing a cross In the squsre opposite the word "yes" on "no." Positively Masters Cross, Foley's Honey and Tar Compound cuts the thick choking mucus, and clears away the phlegm. The gasping, strangling fight for breath gives way to quiet breath Ing and peaceful elecp. Harold Berg, Mass, Mich., writes: "We give Foley's Honey and Tar to our children for croup and it always acts quickly." No wonder a man in Texas walked 15 miles to the store to get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. Every user Is a friend. All dealers everywhere. Advertisement. Vote Kennedy for senator. Advertisement East Thinks Well of Milk Supply of Omaha Dairymen City Dairy Inspector Claude Bossle has returned from the meeting of the Inter national Dairy and MUk Inspectors' as sociation in Chicago. He waa elected vice president-of the association and will be made president at the next annual meeting. Mr. Bossle attended the world's base ball series. Mrs. Bossle accompanied hla . Several speakers at the Chicago meet ing, who have investigated Omaha's milk supply, declared the citizens of this city, were being served with milk . pure am could be obtained in any city. OKI oiv is the Timo-This is tho PSace lofhGs on Buy from the largest and oldest Credit House in the city. VMiira fr nt tVi lrvnroat. nrtrpp. pnfiip.st. t.p.rms and t.Vin fflirjt X U Ll XW OLUO VI VUV AVTWWW - wmw wvmww treatment. To luv Winter 0 Credit r.lcii'G Suits Well made ud cut la the newest styles, la all glsea ud patterns , 8.75 to $25.00 Ladies' SUITS Off CREDIT, $12.50 to $35 Lien's Overcoats ox CBEvrr ' 810 to S27.50 HO CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS. MEN'S TROUSERS Reliable mates for bath wark aad Areas $1.50 to $6.50 MEN'S HATS ON SALE SATURDAY AT $1.00 Tear choice Satarday of all broken lines of Men's Hats, both toft and tiff, worth up to I4U0, J! (J J for, Satarday oaly Boys' Suits Made to wear aad fire aatisfaetloa, $2.51 to $7.50 DRESSES $75l-$22" Ladies9 COATS OIT CREDIT, $6.50to $37.50 Ladles' Hat froi S2.75 to 810.00 Petticoats Women's SaUa Flaiia Petti, coats, with floaaee, ft -all colors, bargain, O W G Use Your Unquestioned Credit ..ere Saturday Union ifiilOimittinffG? - - tour e,",T m IX 1 I c fcf n IP.l-'-J 3 4 X i I ; GOOD - v .y OMAHA .E.COR.I6I86-JACKS0N fvmntK boy TAIJHI urn PKOfLBt rVHBflTVRE AMD CARPET CO. (rCOPLKVa BTORB). HZ asWasBBikanWejjsHlas1i i"mmn am JOHN A. SWANSON, Trcs. WM, L. HOIiMAN, Trcas. Mo You Mem Want the For Your Clothes Money COMPARISON demonstrates that this new and greater store offers supreme values in men's and young men's clothes. We are determined to win your trade and hold it by shcur force of unequaled value giving and the best styles that Rochester, N. Y.'s famous designers produce. In spect our all new stocks three to five times larger than elsewhere. Nowhere will you find such genuine clothes satisfaction as this great modern store offers you today. The Worth While Styles the Choicest Weaves New Fall Suits, Overcoats and Balmacaans "s Esm A guaranteed saving of $5 to $10. Greatest values in America. yifn'o rrrrf Ynnrr Ifon'c Fnahion's Idling models -young men's New Fall Suits ml sack suits, tirenioflt biock $15, $20, $25 lnml soft roll sfack suits; 'J and .-bulton hlyloH in a wonderful varia tion of rich now . mnltd-tono Tartan rlAifl and Ktrinos. Husinrss inon'8 ilistiiiruisliod satl suits. Greatest stock , , of special sizes in the west stouts, nhort stouts, lonir Rtouts. extra sizes. tflU and short men's - --r-r - - j F i clothes -unparalleled assortments, superb values. Metropolitan Styles in Silk Lined Chesterfield Overcoats: medium and heavy weight oxford ?7msssirjnrnc vicuna. Uniiigs guaranteed for two seasons' ana Oaimacaans woftr; wlf or yilvot oollnM balmacaans, satin lined yoke and sleeves. A riot of color or more subdued weaves. Tartans in dozens of new ideas. Raglan or plain shoulders. Greatest showing of balmacaans and winter overcoats at Men's Overcoats $15, $20, $25 Magnificent Showing of Finest Clothes Made 3 at at tho price you would 6e ftsKea to pay lor Uors. Imported ortsnsv tfOI? &At . . . ..-AAn i.aaa . fnii .( nvarnnat will find rlnubla ValUS here In both style and fit a suit and overcoat at the price you would be asked to pay lor ihi sin tin sarment at a first-class custom tauors. imported finest domestic weaves, strictly hand tailored 1 Journeymen tailors In the world. Suits, Over Isaac Carr's celebrated XXX Melton Overcoat silk lined; JJCfl linings guaranteed for two seasons wear. Specially priced at. . vJU Men's Suits and Overcoats, $7.50, $10 and $12.50 A Guaranteed Saving of $3.00 to $7.50 There Is a motive in our selling such great' values In men's clothes at low prlcea. W want every man's trade. Worsted, cheviot, casslmere. and . . serge suits. Overcoats In big variety Bi.au xu xi.tiv Mens Furnishing Specials for Saturday $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 Flannel Shirts-All Styles, All Co'.orsFall and Winter Weights, Saturday at 95c $1.00 Men's Ribbed Union Suit3 at .' 69c ' $1C0 Men's Negligee Shirts, new patterns 7fto $1.00 Men's Flannelette Night Robes 69c '25c Men's Cashmere Hosiery, 3 for 50c; pair.. . . 17c $3.50 Men's Shaker Knit Sweaters $2.50 50c Men's Lisle Web Suspenders at 25c 50c Men's Good Quality Work Shirts 35c $1.25 Men's Cape Gloves. First quality, at 05c John B. Stetson Hats $3.50 to $10 Other stylish fall hats $2, $2.50 $3 Men's Balmacaan Hat Special $2.50 Balmacaan Hats, $I.R.' 2.00 Balmacaan Hats, $1.4.1 JOHN A SWANSONjwa WH L MOtZMAM. CORRECT APPAREL -1 t mw-t w I ISSIIIUH.IBI, i ' FOR MEN AND WOMEN. For Our Little Busy Bees fee Dolls Tbis Beautiful Doll will be given Free to the little girl, under 10 yrs. of age, that brings or mails us the largest number of the doll's pictures cut out of tho Daily and Sunday Bee before 4 p. m. Saturday, October 31st. TUi CoITs bum Is Alloa. b. Is iiekH ala-h, has Urbt ferowa, fcai aad Mas 7s, sjU U fcseaUfaUy er.ss. Her picture will be in The Bee every day this week. Cut them all out and ask your friends to save the pictures in their paper for you, too. See how many pictures of Alice you can get, and be sure to turn them in to The Bee of fice, before 4 p. m. Sat urday. If you don't win this ru1li. p.rhiLVS you can set una next j.ak. Only on. dull will b. Klvan to any onm parson. You can see Alice at The Bee Office 1 ' in..', v I'M : Wf: ': ' J?. 1. . . 1 Xk n , ? Hit; ine 3111 UV y to . New advertisers particularly, need to got atten tion. PsopU ara mora apt to remauber aa ad wlta a good out. We know how to make 'Striking illustrations." Fvsry advsrtlsr nowadays wants Illustrations. W cam ava you a fraat dsal of trouble and expense, too. We have facilities for making the photographs, drawings, cats and electrotypes, all under one root, auA the best workmanship la town la each department. We have over 10,000 negatives of all sorts of sub. Jecta classified, and we can give you a print immediately of most any subject you can think of. and at a nominal charge. Bee Engraving Department, Bee Building, Omaha.