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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1898)
TJTT3 O FATTA DATLT TJEEt SATT'TIDAY , SEPTT mETt , 1808.
r t f IHIMM 1 'r * P11V P/in HIM II
CALDmLS CKi I'Oll IlhLr
Ohairman of the Weatorn Passenger Associa
tion Appeals for Assistance.
ASKS ROADS TO HELP SAVE THE BODY
Connilrntlnl < Irriilnr Sent Out ! > > Him
Ili-K * I'nufti-iiKrr Men to Alii In
I'rci rntliiK ANMiotntlon'n
I ) D. Taldwell , chairman of the Western
I'aesenger association , has addressed a con
fidential note to each of the general pas
senger agents of the lines represented In
the association asking them to the rescue of
the association and to do all In their power
to avert its threatened disruption.
The action ot thr Omaha terminal lines In
taking Independent action of the association
when that body declined to grant reason
able rates to this city during the last two
months of the exposition has had a dele
terious effect on the association , nnd the
chairman appears to bo worried about Its
further URcfulneks. The Independent move
of the Alton to place Kansas City on the
came basis with Omaha during the rest of the
exposition has also served to weaken the as
sociation And then appears as a certain
climax the formation of the Transmlssourl
Passenger association , which will take the
territory west of the Missouri river'out of
the control of the Western Passenger asso
ciation nnd diminish at least Mr. Caldwell's
The commltteo charged with drawing up
the agreement on which the new association
for the transmlssourl territory will be
fanned has not yet made Its report , and It
Is presumed has not completed Its task. The
committee consists of General Pn'sengei
Agents Lomax of the Union Pacific , Francis
of the B & M and Buchanan of the Elk-
liorn As n majority of the committee rep
resent railroad systems directed from Chicago
cage , It is not believed the agreement for
the now association will bo radically opposed
to the Western Passenger ns ° oclntlon It Is
now thought that the latter association ,
ivhlch Is practically non-active now and Is
likely to be for a couple of months , will be
entirely reorganized after Not ember 1.
HI MIS CA > AIIAX I.I.M2.
Iiitrrnlntr Cm . IT CMC'niiiiiilnNloii
I'liNNOn on hi * f'fiNt' .
WASHINGTON , Scot 2 The Interstate
Commerce eommlsslon In the Canadian Pa
cific passenger rate c.iso decided todiy thnt
the Canadian Pacific Is not entitled to the
differential passenger rates contended for.
The case Is ono of the mo it Important
that has been before the commission fern
n long time , the American railroad lines
and the Canadian Pacific hating been en
gaged six months or moro In a war In pas
senger tariffs between the east and the
west The decision says.
The commission holds that the claim made
In behalf of the American roads that no
Canadian rend Is entitled to a differential
under any American line on any Ameri
can business Is probably untenable , even
from the standpoint of the American roads
as some Canadian roads , notably the Grand
Trunk , work In close connection with
American lines nnd the public Interest in
the reduced rates caused by competition Is
not to be Ignored.
The commission , however , states that It
lias no power tn allow or disallow the
differential In dispute , but would consider
It extremely fortunate If the conclusions
reached should bo made on the basis of an
rarly adjustment. The commission In con
clusion , says.
U must bo distinctly understood that we
do not recommend thu settlement ot this
controversy by making of r\ny \ agreement
Involving arbitration or otherwise , which
in in violation of thu anti-trust law as in
terpreted by the United States supreme
court Such features ot the past or future
history of thin controversy as may , In out
Judgment , render appropriate any state
ment or recommendation to congress will
bo presented in our annual report to that
body. So far as our official action can
nffuct the matter , wo conclude that we
ought not ut present to rescind the sus
pension orders heretofore made , hut If ttie
difficulty should bo adjusted In accordance
with the vlows above expressed. It ma )
bccomn our duty to retoko the permission
granted by those orders
niiniiliiK f Itnllronil 1'ropprty.
MILWAUKEE , Wls , Sept. 2 The prop
erty of the Wisconsin Central lines In Mil
waukee , estimated to bo worth $1,230.000 ,
shortly bo placed upon the market
Consolidated Land comr-any has been
formed for the express purpose of disposing
of this property. The land was purchased
with the Intention of extending the lines
ot the Wisconsin Central Into this city , but
owing to the panic of 1893 nnd other diffi
culties resulting from the receivership , It
was made Impossible to carry out the pro
ject. An expert from the cast has been
In Milwaukee looking Into the values and
The hearing' before Master In Chance'ry
Hoyt developed the fact that Edwin II.
Abbott continued to draw the samn salary
under the receivers ns ho enjoyed while
president of the company before the re
ceivership. Ho did this In the capacity
of treasurer of the rcccltcrs and received
a separata salary as treasurer for each
company. Mr Abbott continued to draw
the satiirleR until Juno 30 , 1898 , when ho
resigned Mr Abbott stated that ho sug
gested the receivership and also the names
ot Mr Morris and Mr. Whltcomb as the
( 'mnlncr from Mnntnnn.
Tuesday next , September 6 , will bo ccle-
tlrated as Montana day nt the Trausmlssls-
nlppl Exposition nnd the railroad reports arc
that there will bo a good attendance from
the far-off state. Thrco sleeping cars filled
with Montana excursionists for the exposi
tion left Billings , Mont , over the Burlington
on Friday morning and will arrive hero on
Saturday afternoon nt 3 30. Seteral cxtrn
coaches were also attached to the mmc
train on account of exposition trntel
Thrco additional sleepers and three coat net
Thirty days of warm \vpntlior
nre still to como. Kscnpo thorn.
Go to Hot Springs , Sylvan UiUe ,
Colorado or Yellowstone Tark.
Summer tourist rates still In
effect via the HurlliiRton Route.
Full Information at
TlrUrt Onicr 3i > w Depot
1502 Farnam , 110th and Mason ,
ha.o been ord'rrl for ( lie train leaving
tiillitiFi on i-11 unlay tnornliig ami arming
here un t-uuJay afii rnoon.
I'ro | prrl of Norl In-rii I'm-lllr DUIilrnil
NBW YOIlK , Sept 2 The directors of the
Northern I'arinc railroad took no action to
day regarding a dividend on the common
mock , but the president xald thnt If business
proBpects continue na at present It would be
proper for the board In the course of a few
month * to tonsMiT the question of a divi
dend on the common stock from the earnings
of the current year. The report for the year
ending June 30 pliows net earnings of ? 12.-
CS4.347 , retortcl for continuity of dividends
on the preferred , 13,000,000 ; surplus forward ,
) Nolffi ami I't-
Superintendent Williams of the Kansas
City , I'lttsburg & Clulf Is In the city.
Nona of the Omaha general pasftcnger
agents were In attendance at Friday's special
meeting of the Wcrtcrn Passenger associa
tion to consider excursion rates to the ex
position from points within 2iO miles
Harry E. Moorcs , northern passenger
agent ut the Port. Aruiur lou o , has nturned
from a trip otcr the line. He reports travel
o bocry heavy , and says Betcral big ox-
urslons to the exposition from points on the
Ino are billed for later In the mouth.
The llurllngton has changed the leaving
Imo of Its afternoon express for the west ,
rain No 3 , from 1 33 until 4 45 p m. The
additional train which has just been placed
n sertlcc between Omaha and Lincoln will
cave at 4 35 p. in dally , relle\lng the ex-
irtss from earning much of the local traffic
ictwccn Omaha and Lincoln.
A K. Shurtluff , vsho has Just been np-
inlnted dl\lslun engineer of the Union Pu-
Iflc for Kansas , Is a former attache of the
21khorn rnllioad. For a number of jears
10 Uds division engineer In the Black Hills
llstrlct , and was laur transferred to Nor-
elk , Nib In both positions he served under
Chief Engineer llcrry , then of the Klkhorn
and now of the Union 1'aclllc.
The shopmen cmplo > e < l In the Southern
railway shops t KnoxUlle have forv.arded
, petition to the head ofliclals of the road
sklng for nn Increase of 10 per cent In the
\ages of shopmen on all dUlslons of the
oad They base their request upon the re-
ortB of the Southern , to the effect that It Is
naklng large earnings , and that it has been
cneflted by the war business.
Thn management of the Texas & Pacific
railway has requested the resignations of
tarry J Hatch , eity passenger and ticket
gent at Pallas , and his assistant , Alfred S.
Vagner. Set oral weeks ago Wagner , acting ,
o ho says , under Hatch's Instructions , cut
ho rate on a ticket to St. Louis News of
his tlolatlon of the rules of the South-
\cstern Passenger bureau reached the ears
f Ohairman Pratt , who insisted on the dls-
ulssal of Hatch and Wagner Their realg-
atlons become offer the September 15 This
3 the first Instance of the Kind reported
n the state
Ladles , Hayden Ilros. have something to
ay Id jou on the r > th page about Cloaks.
Sam'l Burns , 1318 Firnatu , is offering an
Icgant Havlland dinner set for $15.00.
RECEIPT FOR THE CHINESE
rrrnmiry Iliinrtmi | > iit Cotillon the
Iiocnl CiiNloiiinthorltlen to Ac
cept tin * InM MiliuntMit.
The customs office has receltcd n telegram
rom the Treasury department nt Washlng-
on , adtlslng the receipting for the forty-
one Chinamen who nrrltcd In Omaha last
Sunday It Is said to hate been a mistake
on the part of the San Francisco officials to
lermlt the Chinamen to land , and as they
came to Omaha without prctlous knowledge
on tha part of the officials here , they would
mt be received. The Celestials have been
corralled during the last wc k , but will
low bo turned oter to n concessionaire at
the exposition. No further Importations are
o bo allowed on the account of the expo
P L Blrncy , of Oxford was brought to
Omaha jeaterday morning by Deputy United
states Marshal Barber on the charge of
welling liquor without a government license.
TISHPASHA FACE BLEACH It Is the
.mall . things that make an Impression a
'recklcd ' uoso or n blotch or plmplo on the
cheek. J\ot everyone can be beautiful but
ho plaint'it face Is m.ulo attractive by n
clear , pure skin.
TISHPASHA Is the skin food that gets at
ho tery root ot nil skin difficulties , the re
sult n perfect skin , n chaimlng face. It
cures. Do not fall to send 20 cents for
ample Jar Address McLauglilin & Co , box
39D , Milwaukee , Wls
LOW II VTi : i\ClUSIO.N TO IIOSTO.V
Vln tinMIchlAnn Central "The M
nra I'tillN Home. "
Tickets on sale and good going September
5 , 1C , 17 nnd 18 , returning until September
: Good on nil regular tr. lns In both dlrco-
lens Dn not miss this opportunity , which
will bo the last of the season for a chrap
excursion to Bo'ton and New England
mints , with prUllego ot tlsltlng Niagara
'alls. Particulars , City Ticket Office , 119
\dams St. , Chicago
ni KMMTO. > mnrrn.
rineliinatl mill Ilotnrn SlT.Td.
September 2 , 3 , 4 and 5 account national
Official train , carrying department com
mander and staff , president . R C. nnd
< tnfl and past department commanders
ciives Omaha 5pm , MomUy , September
5. Through nleepers , Omaha to Cincinnati.
tesertc berths now' .
Ticket office U > (12 ( Farnam street.
A meeting of the U R of K. of P. will
> c held at Mjitlo hall Saturday , S pt. 3 ,
S 30 p m All members and those wlbhlng
.o Join the rank are requested to attend
J R. STINE , Capt.
mill I , ml lrn TriMellnK Alone
will find the New Compartment Sleeping
Cars leaving Chicago dally nt 8 15 p. m. for
Cincinnati and Louisville over Pennsylvania
Short Linen comfortable
as and exclusive as
/ rooms at home
co/y The compartments nrn
uxurlously finished and afford nil desired
seclusion. For particular Information apply
to H R. Dcrlng , A. G. P. Agt , 248 South
larl ; St. , Chicago
* M Mtomlii'r 7th.
$12.00 to St. Paul-Minneapolis and return ,
$10.00 to Duluth and Superior nnd leturn.
liood 30 daju.
"Tho Northwestern Line , "
City Oflke , 1401 Farnam St.
Depot , rtn and Webster Sts.
31 AGMI-triSVl TK\I ? | S.
The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
way has Just placed In service two mag
nificent electric lighted trains between
Omah.1 and Chicago , leaving Omaha dally
at 5 In p m , arrltlng Chicago nt S 25 n ni
and leasing Chicago 6 15 p. m nnd arriving
Omahn 8 20 n in Each train is llshtjd
throughout by electricity , has buffet smok
ing cars , drawing room sleeping cars , dinIng -
Ing cars and reclining chair cars and rum
pter the shortest line and smoothest road
bed between the two cities.
Ticket oince , 1504 Farnam street and at
Tin- ( till ) Itnllrunh to Chlcnco
With a daylight train. Leate
Omaha S 40 a. m. etery day ,
arming Chicago the > atne
ftcnlng nt 8 15 , when close connections
arr mndc with all lines
tieiontl This train Is 50 yrarc
ahead of the times ami Is proving
Immensely popular with Omaha
people Other tlylng
trains Icato for Chicago at 4 55 and 6:55 :
p m. Jallv. City MrKct office ,
1401 Farnam St. .
"The Northwestern Line. "
MO'iER Isaac , nnea 73 years. Fiincrn
baturday , September ! nd nt 2 i > . m. fron
residence. I9.'i Lenvenworth street , ti
Forest Lawn cemetery. Friends invited
Croston. hi , papers please copy.
NELSON-Mrs. Iruen. aged Cl vcars , 2m
dny of September , at her residence. 211
Spencer. 1 uneral notice later.
DECISION COMES SATURDAY
Jnilur rotl Will Ultc III * Opinion In
( he IlnlniPK mill ( lultry Cone -
( o in pt ( IIKC.
Judge Scott will announce his decision on
the Holmes and Qulvey contempt phase of
the Dcwlil habeas corpus case against the
NebrasKa Children's Homo society this
morning. The whole question of ha
beas corpus and the power of a Judge sit
ting In chambers during vacation to enforce
a writ , notwithstanding the failure of the
legislature to expressly empower him to
punish for violation of nn order made In
that capacity and the supreme court opinion
of Judge Lake declaring 'tho ' powers of a
Judge In chambers during tacatlon limited
to the express btatement of the act of the
legislature , will bo gone over. It may be
anticipated that the Judge will ndhcro to
his original position ordering President
Holmes and Supctlntcndcnt Qultey fined
and committed for contempt. In that event
an appeal will probably be taken by Attor-
uuy Montgomery to the supreme court.
. Coder f.cln nn Injunction.
Another turn has been taken by the evic
tion suit of the Portsmouth Sat Ings bank
against Mrs Mary II Coder to force her
out of the occupancy of the first and second
floors of 3018 Sherman atcnue. This was the
case In which Judge Slabaugh of the dis
trict court sustained Justice of the Peace
! Kbon K. Long in rejecting bonds because
) of the Insufficiency of the sureties in nn
appeal taken by the woman from Justice
Long's judgment In fator of the bank. The
bank began suit In the county court and
the woman's lawyer put In a plea of abate
ment which Judge Baxter overruled , the case
, being set for trial today. An application was
made yesterday , howeter , to Judge Kcysor
of the district court for a writ of prohibi
tion restraining the county court from pro-
cccdlng further while the appeal from Jus-
' tlce Long's Judgment is pending. Judge
] Keysor Issued a writ directing Judge Baxter
i to show cause before Judge Fawcott on
I October 3 , the first day of the district court
term , why he and the bank should not bo
forever restrained In the matter.
Itojily tn I'lillhln'n
In the Phllbln eviction suit of the pro
prietors of the Paxton hotel a reply tvmi
filed jester Jay with the clerk of the county
court. It states that the reason the steam
heating was shut off last winter was because -
cause the defendant , Ticket Broker Philip
II Phllbln , had no Interest in It and the
partitioning of the passage way leading from
Phllbln's office was purely for the plaintiff's
benefit. It explains that after the Judgment
against Phllbln In the former suit the plain
tiff acquiesced in his claim that the lease
was fiom year to year at a rental of $100
per month , but that In Juno last a demand
was made upon him for $300 accrued rent ,
which amount Is now being sued for , and
that In August he was given written notice
District Court .Nolc * .
Dr. Charles II. Duncan sues his wife , Ella
E ! . , for divorce , alleging that she has an un
governable temper , Kept him j.wako entire
lights , cleaned his homo bare of furniture
; n May and left him for good They were
married only last January in Council Bluffs.
The thrco men , Connors , ( iaynor and
3asey , accused by W. II. Moycr of assault
ing him at their South Omaha boarding
jou so , because of differences of opinion in
sociological and religious matter * , have been
arraigned by County Judge Baxter , pleaded
not gulltj , were allowed $300 ball and will bo
tried for simple assault Tuesday.
Suit to recover $11,000 has been brought
: > > the Omaha Sat Ings bank against Edgar
H. Scott and Warren L. ParKs on two notes
made by Scott to John A. McShano and
Louis Shroeder In 1SS7 , one for $6,000 and
the other for $5,000 , both notes having beui
assumed by ParKs as part payment for lot i ,
block 200 , purchased by him from Scott.
The motion to w > t aside the Injunction In
the case of Joseph B. Hgan against his
step-father , John C1 Carroll of 1618 Twenty-
fourth street , South Omaha , was denied by
Judga Scott , on the ground that the youth's
mother was both his natural and appointed
guardian , and ho was entitled to her dorai-
cllu and protection , and besides that Kcan
t\ns a half-owner In the homo from which
Carroll had ejected him , his mother owning
the other half
Don't lay this paper down till you've read
Hajden Bros' ud on page C ,
llornc'n I'nrtin-r Still lit I.llicrt.v.
The police hate not as yet apprehended
JOUHK Adalr , cousin of John Home , the
jouthful burglar , who was shot by Drug
gist S. H Farnsvtorth of 2115 Cumlng
street , Wednesday night. Adnlr has either
left the cits' or Is In hiding Homo's condi
tion has shown no Impiotement today and
the phjslclnns hold out , little hope for his
Omaha to Chicago. $3 23.
Chicago , Milwaukee i St. Paul Hy.
Manager Cole of the Trocadoro has secured
for next week the ntrongest vaudeville bill
ever produced on nn Omaha stage. The
popular success , Nllsson's Naval Ballet , to
gether with Lozelle , the world's greatest
European aerial artist , have been retained
for one week more. The new faces are Ilene
Vlnton , America's fatorlto bnlladlst , and
Draw co In his now and up-to-dato juggling
and balancing act. The others are the
Angela Sisters , operatic ducti ts , and Doug
las and Ford , eccentric singers and dancers.
Vln the AVnliiinh Itnllronil
On September 3 , 4 and 5 the Wnbash
will sell tickets nt less than one faro , good
returning until October 2. For rates and
further information call on or write
Q. N. CLAYTON.
N. W. P. Agt. . Koom 302 Karbach Blk. ,
Omaha , Neb.
Raymond's auction , 10 n. m. and 7:30 : p , m.
n. A. II. mill I' . A. It.
Means the Port Arthur Route Is the Shortest
and Quickest to O A. It. encampment held
In Cincinnati , September 6 to 10. Tickets
on sale September 2 , 3 , } , E. Union lower
than one faro will bo made from this sec
tion Ask your nearest agent to ticket you
tla Port Arthur Route or write Harry E.
Mooros , C P. & T A , Port Arthur Route ,
1416 Farnain street ( Paxton Hotel Blk ) ,
Omaha , Neb.
Cliirliinntl mill Ili-liirn.
The Missouri Pacific will sell round trip
tickets nt tery low rates to Cincinnati and
return on September 2 , 3 , 4 , E. For further
information call at company s offices , south-
t corner 14th and Uou
pot. 15lh and Webster. T. F. GODFREY ,
J. O PHILLIPPI , P. and T. A ,
A. G F. and P A.
Exhibitors wlshlns photographs and line
cuts of their exhibits published may pro
cure them by calling upon J. F. Knapp ,
agant Omaha Bee , southwest corner Manu
Anyone wishing to make n cash contribu
tion to glto the Second Nebraska a dinner
nt Fort Omaha Saturday will pleafw send It
to G S. Benawa , 10S North Fifteenth stioet.
riiirliinutl C. v. It. Important.
Arrangements are complete for the mem
bers of the Grand Army of the Republic
from all points north of the Platte rlter
and Omaha to tratcl In a body over the
"Northwestern Lino" nnd chnlr cars will
leate Omaha for Cincinnati at I S3 p. m.
Saturday , running through without change
This arrangement Is open to the general
public. Fare , $17 70 round trip. City office.
1101 Farnam St
Her Grand European hotel now open.
Elegant rooms , ladles' and gents' cafe and
rill room. Cor ICth and Hou nt
Read about Butter In Hayuen Bros. ' ad on
page C ,
Omaha to Chicago , Ja.i'o.
Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul Rr.
lifli rarnam St.
RECORD OF THE WEATHER MAN
Alien * ! nnil Sriitrinhrr Coniinrril from
the riintrm Kept nt the I.iicnl
Port-not ( I III c i1.
Reflections upon the pant nro said to pro
duce \arled linpresilons upon the mind of
the reflector and as the people of Omaha
hate hud considerable to say of the weather
which prevailed during August It may not
bo out of plate to produce a resume of that
month , now that It has passed and taken
Its weather with It. The data submitted
herewith U taken from the official report
of the United States weather office nnd Is
therefore to be taken without question.
The maximum temperature of the
month waa 100 , which prevailed on
three da > s , the 20th , 2tst nnd
! 2d. The minimum was 55 and marked the
advent of the month. On ten days of the
month the mean temperature was SO degrees
and over. The greatest dally range of tem
perature was on the 25th , when It ranged
2S degrees. The me n temperature for the
month was "C , which was two degrees
higher than the mean for ho prctlous
twenty-set en jears. It was exceeded In
1S7S with 78 degrees , In 1SS1 with SO and
In 1894 with 78 degrees.
The prevailing direction of the wind was
from the southeast. The highest teloclty
was attained on the 5th , when It reached
The total precipitation for the month was
1.98 Inches , and there were just Otc days on
which there waa .01 of an Inch or moro of
precipitation. The aterago precipitation for
the month for the previous twenty-set en
jears was 321 Inches , showing a deficiency
for the month just closed of 1 26 Inches.
There were twentj-threo clear days , four
partly cloudy , nnd four cloudy , nnd there
wcro no frosts of any Kind reported.
After reviewing these figures one can with
complacency turn to September , knowing
that It is hardly possible for it to bo worse
than the month preceding it. And , while
hope lives , It Is alwajs pleasant to speculate
upon the future. Taking the September
weather for the last twenty-set en years ,
shaking It up thoroughly nnd striking nn
average , wo find that the mean temperature
has been C5 degrees. The warmest month
was that of lost jear , when the average was
one degree lower than the aterage for last
month. The coldest month was In 1873 with
nn average of CO degrees. The thermometer
has touched 102 degrees In this month , that
record being made In 1805 , and the lowest
mark was 30 In 1873 , when the "groat crime"
was committed. If t\o hit the aterago this
month there will bo a killing frost about the
21st , which is near the time the sun Is sched
uled to come In contact with the equator.
The aterage precipitation for the month
has been 2.89 Inches. The greatest monthly
precipitation was In 1SS1 with S 36 Inches ,
while the least was In 1SS8 with 0.24 of an
Inch. The aterage number of clear days has
been thirteen , with ten partly cloudy days
and seven cloudy.
The pretaillng winds have bc n from the
south. The highest teloclty was from the
south , and forty-two miles an hour , In 1881.
A HamlKomr i\hthlt.
No visitor to the Exposition who Is in
terested In agriculture ( and all are so In
terested ) should fall o see the exhibit of
Deere , Wells & Co. of Council Bluffs , in the
Implement and Transportation Building.
The taste shown In that exhibit would InJl-
tale the work of an artist.
The space IB In the shupo of a letter "L , "
commencing at the west end of the building
nnd located on the main or center Msle , ex
tending east toward the center of the build
ing , thence south on the main cross aisle to
the alslo west.
In the west end of the epaco and on the
west nlslo Is located their two-room olllce ,
finished In staff and nicely furnished Inside.
Here their customers and friends are enter
tained. On the south side of this cross
space and at the head of the alslo running
from the cast end of the building Is located
a full slzo deer mounted on a base , and on
either side five feet distant Is n base sup
porting n taso of flowers nnd tines.
Their exhibit commenced at the north end
with their line of buggies , traps , surreys and
other uprlng t chicles , which Is not to be sur
passed by any other exhibit. Then comes the
Enterprise Power Sheller , a production ot
their own nnd which Is manufactured by
one ot their own factories nt Moline.
Next to thrlr exhibit of \ entries nnd their
exhibit of the shelter Is th ( > celebrated
Mollno wagon , onu of which Is shown In Ha
regular finish the same as sold to the trade
The other ono is gotten up for the occasion
and Is said to bo the finest wagon in outline -
line nnd tinlsh cter produced by any fac
The gear Is finished In the finest English
vermllllon , thu iron and steel parts being
finished by hand and nickel plated , and the
box is built of 3,000 pieces of wood , con
sisting of mahogany , ttnlnut , oak , bird's eye
maple , In fact nearly all the finest woods
nro used and so put together as to produce
the best effect.
Next to this como the celebrated John
Deere Plows , con sting of nil kinds from the
slnglo ploW to the gang plow cutting live
furrows. Also in this gioup is Included the
celebrated disk plow , of which Dcero & Co.
wore the first manufacturers. Also cultl-
tators Intended for all purposes , and at the
other end ot the line may bo found the
gouds of the Deere & Mansur Co , consisting
of disk harrows , disk drills , the celebrated
Deere corn planter , Deere riding listers ,
seeders , hay rakes , etc Besides these ex
hibits are numerous other articles such' as
fanning mills , feed mills , lawn swings , hay
presses , horse powers , etc
The house of Deere , Wells & Co has the
advantage of being connected with the fac-
lorles making SO per cent of the goods they
l-andk1 , so that they nro not compelled to
ehmiqo their line or any part of it from year
to > ear , which would bo likely to bo tlio
case wcro they doing business as ordinary
Jobbers , and they are fortunate from the
fact that their connections with manufac
turers are each the largest of their kind In
John Deere , the first to mannfacltirs a
steel plow , started a factory In 1S45 , which
has made plow a enough to turn over not
only the state of Nebraska , but nil the states
In the union , and enough Deere fern Plant
ers hnvn been made to plant every acre In
the whole country to corn , and enough culti
vators have been made to cultitato all the
corn that has been planted In every state In
the union , and enough Mollno wagons have
been manufactured to haul all the corn to
Deere , Wells & Co 's ofllco Is located on
Broadway at the head of Pearl Stieet , Coun
cil Bluffs All motor tors running Into the
city stop right in front of their door.
All members of Bricklayers' union No. 1
of Nebraska are Instructed to assemble at
their hall In Labor Tpinple nt 10 o'clock a.
m. shaip on Monday , September C , to partic
ipate In Labor day paiadc.
F. C GARDINER , President.
T. G. HAZELL , Secretary.
* PURC 1RAPC CBt.M Or TARTAR POWDER
Highest Honors , World's Fair
Gold Medal , Midwinter Fair
MI : i-Aur.s .j AM > 7 ,
Knottuli * < rii < nliiiii ( ( rmtilnl In TITO
I'liacft to III nek tinStrrH *
with people from morning to night alt go
ing to bu > the wonderful barRftlns which
HOSTON STOUE OMAHA ,
advertNM in these two panes
H ml about the Clothing ? ale , the Shoe
Sale , the Hat Sale , the Shirt Sale.
Don't forget , but road etcry word , then
como to 110STON RTOlli :
Old SonlliT Itoliliril.
Clark , an old crippled soldier from
Krlckson , Neb , cnmo to O in a 1m to tee the
exposition Wednesday Ho had $16 , which
ho had rated from his pension money. Ho
put up nt a cheap lodging house , where , ho
cannot tell , nnd when he awoke In the morn
ing hl < ? money was gone. Thursday night
nnd last night he slept In the police court
room on n bench , being granted that prltl-
lego by the court oillcer. His meals have
been furnishM him by the police. He has
no monet nnd no rclatltcs that ho can look
to for aid.
IiiMirimce Worker * In M-nxlon.
The agents for the Mutual Life Insurance
compnti } , doing bu'luess In Iowa nnd Ne
braska , are having a meeting In Omaha.
About eighty of them are present , nnd while
hero they nro the guests of Fleming HroCh-
ers , who nro the general agents for the
company for the two states mentioned.
Prof William I' . Stewart , actuary for the
company Is present instructing the agents
upon their work. A banquet was git en
them last night at the Mlllard.
You Invlto dlsappoplntment when you ex
periment. UoWltt's Llttlo Korly Hirers are
pleasant , cosy , thorough little pills. They
euro constipation and sick headache Just as
sure as jou tnko them.
Triiiixtcrn the IlMIIIcry.
The Willow Springs distillery property nt
the foot of Pacific street Is now owned by
the Standard Distilling nnd Distributing
company of New Jersey , which Is the name
by which the now liquor trust Is kmnui
The deal was made by John Hallornn of
Now \orK , thiough whom the property WHS
transferred , nnd the deeds were filed with
the register hero yesterday. The considera
tion named In the Instruments Is only a
nominal one , being $10
bi'runnilc Tlio Hoc.
The Uco was serenaded yesterday by
the Camnn Wlnfleld Military band of Wln-
flcld , Kan. Seteral tery line selections were
played before The Bee building. Tbo band
contains thlrttwo Instruments nnd Is nn
excellent musical body. It Is the official
band of the state of Kansas It hod a prom
inent place on the program In the celebra
tion of Kansas dny Thursday and will glte
concerts at the. Kansas building on the ex
position grounds from 4 to 6 o'clock this
For broken surfaces , sores , Insect bites ,
burns , skin diseases , and especially pHes ,
thcro Is one reliable remedy , DoWltt's Witch
Hazel Salte. When > ou call for DeWltt's
don't accept counterfeit or frauds You will
not bo disappointed with DeWltt'a Witch
If you like good Butter Ha > den Bros , will
tell > ou how to get It. Head their nd on
Fall stock complete ; everything new. 30S
S. 16th. Remington & Kesslcr , tailors.
Tuo 'IinliiN null ) tor Ueiiver.
and Colorado points via the Union Pacific.
In addition to tha magnificently equipped
"Colorado Special" leaving Omaha at 11 53
p m for Denver and Colorado Springs , the
Union Pacific will run through Pullman
Palace sleepers and chair cars to Dentcr via
Julesburg on "tho Fast Mail" which leaves
Omaha at 4 Zr p m , nnd will arrive In
Denver next morning nt 7 33 For full In
formation cell at city ticket office , 1302 Far
AM > itirruiix 917.70
A'la Hock Inland Itoutc
Sept. 2 , 3 , 4 nnd 5. Final return limit
Oct 2. Cholco of routes.
Special train will Icato Omaha 7 IT n. m.
Monday , Sept. C , nnd arrive Cincinnati early
Call at city ticket office , 1323 Farnam Bt.
" ; \ortHtv % M < Tii" llciliiuox Ilute.i.
Only J9.25 to Chicago on and after August
9. The Northwestern Is the ONLY line
with a daylight train to Chicago , lent Ing
Omaha nt 6 40 a. m , arriving ut Chicago
8 15 same evening. Also fast tralno east at
4 55 p m. and G 55 p. m. dally. City ticket
cfllcc , 1401 J'arnam St.
The Grand court ot the C\poMtlon Is
wonderfully beautified at night. No
plcturo of It Is BO gcod as The Dee pho
togravure. Stop at The B c ofllco for one
and some others Three for ten ccntK.
Omaha to Chicago. J'.t.Io.
Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
1501 Farnam St.
of ladies' tailored suits ,
$7.45 and $9,45
Style , fit , finish and price cor
rect. New goods received daily.
1510 Douglas St.
Importance of Mineral Water ,
The linnortnnco of inlneinl water , both
fiom udlL'totk and ineil cal standpoint , can
not bo oterestimat'-d The tarlous SA-
LINIJ waters tihlih are \nlutil for their
lixutlt. qual tles-tbo SfLPIIUR waters
for blood purifiers nnd the LITHIA
waters for tlu-lr power of cllminntlni ; uilc
arid The mineral water business Is a
i branch of tradn which tto are particularly
j tlxeil to handle , having nne Door denoted
1 exclusively to those goods
Wo buy our wutora direct from the
springs and can maku wholesale prlcei on
Pints Sulpho-Sallno Water , 15o bottle ,
$1 50 dozen
PlntH f'olfux ; ( Gaseous ) Water , lOc bottle ,
$1 20 dozen
Quirts Colfax ( Gaseous ) Water , 20c bet
tle. JJ ( KJ dozen.
Qu.irtHVuukeahaIIyBCla Water , 25c bet
tle. JJCW dozen
ijuaitH lioro Lllhla Water , 2Jo bottle ,
10-Gallon cans WnuktHha-IIygela Water ,
} 225 UPllterrd
Call for bouls about Mineral Waters.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co , ,
J.-.K ! noiM.i ; sr.
Two Trains Daily
Denver and Colorado Points ,
Leave Omaha 1:35 : p.m. , arrives
Denver 7:35 : n. in.
Leave- , Omaha 11:55 : p. m. , ar
rives Denver 2:55 : p. in.
For full information call nt City
Ticket Office , 1002 Farnam St.
Her. Sept. a ,
9/0. / n crnckor jack.
Yesterday we told you about the scries of Exposi
tion sales , which we are going to hold daily for the
next ten days. Our object in these Exposition Bales
is to call attention to the new goods and to impress
on the public the very low prices which will prevail -
vail at The NebrnskiTfhis fall. The first suit which
we have chosen to hold up for public criticism is a
line gros grain worsted , woven by the celebrated
Globe mills and made up into suits for The Nebras
ka , by The Nebraska's makers , according to The Ne
braska's specifications and under The Nebraska's in
structions as to trimmings , workmanship and stylo.
The color of the suit is a bluish steel , self striped in
the weaving , giving a very rich effect. It is made
up in 3-button single breasted sacks , is faced byck
to the armpits with the same worsted , is lined with
Italian silesia of the best gradc the buttonholes are
hand worked and'ha'n'd finished , and the trousers
are cut tapering according to the latest style. You
may find suits similar to this in "sales" marked
10.08 or 17.08 and they wouldn't bo high at that
price , but during this Exposition sale and as long as
they're here , we will lie pleased to sell them , in
afl regular size5' , for 13.50. No less and no more.
Plenty on hand.
Just checked oft an invoice of 4,800 pairs men's pants made
up for us by the best tailoring establishment in America. On
this largo special order they made us a very low price. Sam
ples of the different styles were submitted to us and we saw
to it that every garment was made up strictly in accordance
with them. THE ENTIRE LOT goes on special sale Satur
day , and until they are all sold at
The finest kind of imported and domestic worsteds , cheviots
and cassimeres , made up in the newest fall designs , go in
this sale at 30 per cent less than regular values.
Men's Fall Suits on Sale
The grandest showing of stylish fall suits ever made in
Omaha. A great saving in the prices.
Eegular $7.50 values on sale at $4.75.
Stylish , durable , well tailored , all wool suits at $5.00 ,
$6.75 , $7.50 , $10 , $12.50 , $ S5 and up. Wo fit all si/c
men slims and stouts shorts and tails , as well as the easy
School Suits on Sale ,
Cut prices on new fall suits for boys. Boys' $1.25 and
SSL 50 knee pant suits at 75c. A great assortment to choose
MEN'S HAT SALE.
Saturday we put on sale an elegant line of men's new fall
fedora and derby hats that are worth Si. 75 at $1.00 Thcsa
are great values.
A regular 83 fedora or derby in the latest blocks , $1.50.
See our big line of trunks , valises and traveling bags.
Selling the Most Clothing iu Omaha.
IJIJl t.YTIO\ , .
Oldest , lareest and
beit equipped in
& f9 central west.
Government Buporvlalon. New Imlldlmrsliolne creeled. 8 tudentM rejected la lit
/garlojMV'tntL JTram. MA10I1 jj.N.Qn RD.Jgp.Lt.ER .Jj A Supj LEXINpjqH. MJ ) .
Tou may have a course of medical
O UK ABLE DISEASES
of all klndii at the
JSliepard Medical institute
New York Us Bldg. , Omaha , Neb ,
TIPCCatarrh. . Deaf-
IIC.O- II.-SB and all
Dlieasoa of the I-nnrs , Htomiu h ,
Nnrves nnd llluoil
nce , by permission , to 6U)0 ) cured
patlnntti Thr larifrM mmllrnl ofll < ( .1
_ and practice In the weat The Omnlia
Hoe , lending dally , fcajs "Tho Shep-
o ard Medical Iii-iuiulo In cnUrelj
e ble In a profr.tilonnl and
waj Dr SheparJ nnrt his
hat ( rained anil fully inulnialnrd a
leiadlnir reputation In the tra.umri < t
Q of chronic dlc wn * The public muy
safely trust them "
WRITF Kor testimonials from
VV ' < I I L mlnls'ors tearhrrs , buni-
, ni-ss mm , farmnrs. etc , telilnif How
they were cured at homo through Uio
RDOK r"Tho N < ( W Treatment.
DUUlHotr It Cur s , " M aent trt
to all who write It la a clean mollcol
work for th whole family to rcjil
and h of prcat value to nil who nrrlc
better health Hook nnd Consultation
e lllankb nt frcxi to all Inquirer *
6 Medicines Bunt iteryv/bere Htalo
> our case and nt-nJ fur uiilnlon und
lowest terms Charees low. Con-
tatlon frtx" , peraonally or by lattor.
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