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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1902.
IEDD1E MARES HOME PLATE
tbgen on Third Baia Borne Tims Waiting
for Winning Hit.
SCORES ON LONG DRIVE BY DAILY BEE
Fanatic la the Orani Stand thawti
Rim with Gifts and Consjrata-latlo-s
After lie Peases
That human life which was to be bad
Tor the asking has been salted for sod re
ceived. Teddle, the foundling, has a home.
At 4 o'clock Friday afternoon he was
till the undealred property of Mrs. F. M.
Benedict, housekeeper of the double flat at
1702-4 Webster street, on the third floor
of which he had been found by Mrs. Hart
man, a roomer, Wednesday night.
. In the rentral section of the rery build
Sins In which the baby was found, and In
! which It led Its precarious existence yes
terday, live Mr. and Mrs. George Clark,
who have been married some years, but
re without children. Mrs. Clark was es
pecially busy Friday morning and by
the merest chance the story of the waif
'did not reach her ears. That la, It didn't
breach her ears until her husband came
) .I.. tin na an hniif ai1l than naiifll
nd with copy of The Bee fluttering In
his hand. He read the story aloud, there
was a hurried consultation and the Clarks
went down to see the parentless Infant,
and Incidentally to see Mrs. Benedict.
Infant a. Prom Ulnar Strategist.
r Toddle seemed to realize the significance
of the visit and proved himself very
promising strategist. When Mrs. Clark
Wield him he gave pathetic little walls that
went straight to her motherly heart. When
ptt. Clark held him he gurgled, which was
the best he could do by way of a laugh,
and grabbed firm hold of an unllghted
cigar that happened to come within his
reach. That settled It with Clark. And
j his wife had already made up her mind,
Teddle, the foundling, then and there be
came Teddle Clark and was carried up to
5 his new home In his new papa's arms, with
his new mamma trailing along at his slds
with his new milk bottle and new line
'of "goo-goo" conversation.
Friday night the other roomer In the flat
. heard the story and Teddle had his first
rblrthday party. It was twenty days late,
but none the less successful. The men all
.came and laughed over him, and the women
11 came and cried over blm, and when
they went away they left 15 for Teddle'a
Public Interest In Babies.
Mrs. Benedict has been forced to change
her opinion of the public Interest in bablea.
At 4 o'clock Friday, after being repeat
edly turned down by the police, county
commissioners and charitable institutions,
she concluded that Infants hsd come to ba
drug on the market. But within an hour,
or very soon after the Clarks had secured
Teddle, she began receiving notes, tele
phone calls and messages from people who
had read of the child and were willing to
take It; some because they wanted It, and
some because they couldn't bear to think
of It In the cheerless light of a shifting pub
llo burden. There were numerous calls at
the police' station, also, and two women
who came from Bouth Omaha expressly to
get that baby wept when told that It was
not to he hod. One Infant, It appears, can
nor more women's hearts than all the
philosophy, in the hooks.
The Child Saving Institute superintendent
has promised to secure the Clarks with a
written bill of adoption.
Reeei-ve Vows' Berths Early,
The sleeping ear charts for the Lake
Okobojt excursion of next Saturday are
Bow open for reservations. Milwaukee
Railway City Ticket Office, UOt Faraam
St. Telephone 284.
Watch for Swift and Company's big
parade today. '
PLANS FOR TWO NEW VIADUCTS
City Engineer Rose-rater and J. B.
' Berry of Union' PmIIo Dis
City Engineer Rosewater and Cnlef En
gineer J. B. Berry of the Union Paclflo sys
tem have been In consultation ovar the
proposed building of two viaducts, one over
Martha street at the Intersection of the
Union Pacific and Burlington tracks, and
the other crossing the Union Paclflo tracks
at Capitol avenue and Eighth street. The
former will probably cost $50,000 and the
Utter $30,000. '
"The one ovsr Martha street," said Mr.
Rosewater, "will be built by the Union
Paclflo and Burlington roads Jointly and the
one at Eighth and Capitol avenue, by the
Union Paclflo. We Just talked over the
project In an Informal way and ths mat
ter will have to receive the endorsement
of both President Burt and the city council
before any definite preparations can be
made. It will probably come before the
city council for action some time within
the next three weeks."
SURVEYING F0R IRRIGATION
Secretary of Interior Sets Aside Large
' Antonnt for Contemplated
Senator Millard has received word that
Under the new Irrigation law the secre
tary of the Interior had set apart $185,000
to cover the coat of surveys, the object of
which Is to ascertain the feasibility from an
engineer's point of view for projected sites
of Irrigation work. ,
Considerable of this work la to be don
In the weetern part of Nebraska and It la
understood that capitalists from New York
and Boston have their eyes on considerable
of th land In that section.
Sonator Millard has rscelved a number of
applications for work with the surveying
parties, but It Is understood that the director
of th geological survey, with his pres
ent force, would take up the work In view
of the fact he ha In the past mads survsys
of nearly every locality where Irrigation
work was to be done.
Iloraford's Aeid Phosphate)
quenches abnormal thirst, re
pairs weak nerves. Improves
appetite, promotes digestion,
ektars ths brain, overcomes
exhaustion, and Increases ths
capacity for hard mental and
physical labor. Insist on
KKXI.EY, STIOER k CO.
Women's at Cklfdren'a fTndervrear ate
Hosiery pelal for Satorday.
STORE OPEN UNTIL 9:30 SATURDAY
Woman's vhlte, low neck, sleevelrss
ribbed vest, taped ne.'k and arm, fine light
weight, perfect fitting, regular lBo luallty,
for Saturday, 10c.
Woman's low neck, short sleeve vest,
Pvrliis ribbed, taped neck, perfect fitting, all
sizes, 15c, I for 25c.
Woman's low neck, sleeveless vest, also
short sleeves, tsped leek and arm, a fine
quality of lisle thread, white and ecru, 25c
We have a large assortment of Vega silk
vests, Isce trimmed, fancy fronts and plain,
white, cream, pink, lavender and blue, fast
colors, perfect fitting, a good quality for
Saturday, 60c each.
We have the new Korso vest and corset
cover, combined In en garment. Just the
thing for tbln waists and evening gowns,
nicely finished with lace and ribbon, no
shoulder straps, 60a and $1.00.
Woman's Munslng union suits, low neck,
sleeveless, tight and open knee, lac
trimmed, the best fitting garment, gives
satisfaction to all, whit and cream, COo for
15c, 3 for 25a Woman's plain and lace,
drop stitched, . lisle thread hosiery, faat
black, spliced heel and to, a good quality;
Woman's fast black lace, llsl and cotton
hose, spliced he and to,' fast black, a
special valu for Saturday, 25c.
A full line of white and black lisle thread
hosiery, new styles in all the fancy pat
terns, also lace boot patterns, too.
Children's fast black cotton school hose,
double knee, heel and toe, a good weight
for summer wear, 15o. '
Children's fast black lis thread hose,
double knee, heel and toe, also fancy lace,
very pretty patterns, sizes 8 to 8H, 25c.
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS.
Parasols, best quality of silk In stripes,
hemstitched edg. Bilk lined, tucked silk,
embroidered patterns, rrtty combinations
of colors, with pretty handles, all white,
with silk and chiffon ruffles, regardless of
coat. .- ' ' :
For Saturday we hare a line of black
umbrellas, a good quality, steel rod and
paragon frame, ' fancy sliver and horn
handlea, we ' will sell for $1.50, A good
value. . 1
Watch for Swift and Company's big
Out of reason prices Is what you get at
Hayden Bros. Read their Sd on page T.
BUMPED INTO LOCOMOTIVE
Why Swan Petersen Wants Five Thou
sand Pollnra from Mis
Swan A. Peterson Is In dlstriot court with
a suit against the Missouri Pacific Railroad
company for $6,000 damages, alleged - to
have been sustained. In a collision. Th
collision was between Swan and the engine
of a freight train. The plaintiff Is a sec
tion hand and on June 14 last Was stooping
over, pulling weeds in th company's Omaha
yards. While in his ' bent postur he
backed too near th taack and was struck
where a man Is naturally struck when he
backs Into a .thing while Stooping over.
Literally speaking, he went right Into the
air over It aad has felt hurt Snd put out
Leave Chloasro la the Afternoon, Ar
rive In' Row York Heat Mornln.
Such Is ths excellent service afforded
by the Lake Shore's Twentieth Century
Limited from' Chicago dally 12:30 . p. m.,
reaching Grand Central, station, New York,
1:30 th next morning twenty hours. Ths
fastest long distance train In th world.
The famous "Lake Shors Limited" from
Chicago dally 6:30 p. m., reaching New
York the following day at 1:30 p. m., la
also still In service. M. S. Oiles, Trav.
Pass. Agt., Chicago. O. T. Daly, Chief
Asst. Pass. Agt., Chicago.
$14.60 Dakota Hot Springs and return.
$13.60 Dead wood- and return.
THE NORTHWESTERN LINE.
1401-1403 Farnam St.
Jolly Eight club's lively ball this even
ing", Washington ban, 18th aad Harney
Bts. Fins orchestra; a grand food time
for you. Oents, 26c. Welcome.
Watch for Swift and Company's big
Woman's Work in Club
Th year book for 1902-1903 of th Ne
braska Ceramle clubs has been Issued this
week and Includes the program (or the year,
which promises to be one of the most In
teresting and helpful that has yet been ar
ranged. In speaking of the work on of th mem
bers said recently: "The club la desirous of
arousing general Interest In its work. Th
stimulus of th recent expositions has been
felt In Ceramle circle as much If not more
than In any other department of art work,
and the Nebraska Ceramlo club Is no ex
ception. The first three months' work for
th coming year Is of a competitive char
acter and th club hope to arouse publio
Interest and criticism, those two most val
uable spurs to serious work."
Ths program 1 as follows; Th opening
meeting of th fall, to be held the first
Monday In September, will be devoted to
vacation notes to which all members of the
club ar expected to contribute. "Reading
of Papers" will be th subjects of both the
September and October meetings, Mr. J. O.
Comfort and Miss Melona Buttterfleld to
present them. "Paste and Enamel" will
be the . December subject, flowers t be
the study. Mrs. R. Wilson will act as
leader and ther will be a number of Illus
tration of th subject on exhibition, this
plan of (Illustrating to be carrrled out dur
ing th entire year. "Figures" will be th
subject tor January, with Mrs. Morrow as
leader. In February the different kind of
pink paint will b takes up, pink rose to
be the study. Mrs. Fannie Cachman will
lead.' For March Mrs. Bergner will read
th study of "Background and Lsaves."
leaves and tinting to be the studies em
ployed. Mrs. Frank King will lead the
April meeting, conventional and luster work
to be th subject. "Fruits" will bs th
subject of the May meeting, which will be
led by Mrs. Frd Schneider, and th year's
work will close In June with a paper on the
club and it work by Mrs. Morlll, which
will bs followed by the annual business
Besting and election of officers.
The club expects to furnish Us usual
exhibit at the meeting of the Nebraska
Federation of Women's clubs to he held in
Columbus In October and also Its annual
exhibition early in th winter. The Ne
braska Ceramlo club Joined th Nebraaka
Federation of Woman's club la 1893 snd
has contributed much te th art programs.
Th official report of th secretary of th
General Federation of Women's clubs, which
has recently been made public, show 226
clubs to have, been added to the General
Federal loa during the past two years, also
three tat federations, Louisiana, Arisona
and Oregon, and thrs district federations,
district Buuhar 1 Vt (dabe, baa Bids rd
n r -si rs n rv
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Men's and Boys' High
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Tomorrow we will make an effort to close out 200 dozen Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats all traveling men's samples. These were bought at a
special low price from the manuf roturert, who are among ' -g y"V
K OMAHA n" best equipped sf the Keeler system of Institutes, tit
ETV on,y Keeley Institute In Nebraska. Cures Drunkenness. Cures
Drug Users. Booklet tre. .Address all letters to 714 S. 13th.
INSTITUTE Homo Treatment for Tobacco Habit, cost $3
OFFICERS TRACE HINf DOWN
Federal Polloe Finally Arrest B. B.
Onernsey ' and Five
It was some months ago that Eugene -B.
Guernsey of Emerson, Neb., utilized Uncle
Sam's mall service for the transportation'
of a letter which had in it things unmen
tionable in the way of language. For this
act Guernsey was indicted by the federal
grand Jury, but he could not be found.
Wednesday Deputy United State Marshal
Jim Allan discovered Guernsey at Emer
son, to which place he had lust returned
after remaining away in hiding for what
he deemed a sufficiently long time. He Is
now in the Douglas county Jail, awaiting
trial in November.
Allan brought In , with Guernsey Thurs
day five men from the Wrunebago Indian
eratlon of Women's clubs of Ohio and th
Seattle Federation of Washington. The
General Federation now numbers 763 clubs,
with a membership of about 720,600; four
district federations, with a membership of
4.000; thirty-nine state federations of 3.276
clubs and 211,763 membership. The treas
urer of the General Federation report a
balance on hand of $10,394.62.
lady Henry Someraet, , who succeeded
Miss Wlllard as president of the World'
Woman's Christian Temperance Unlou, has
accepted the invitation of the National
Woman's Christian Temperance Union and
will be present at its annual meeting to be
held la Portland, Me., In October.
Mrs. William Todd Helmuth, of New
York, president of the National Council of
Women, has gone abroad -to attend the
meeting of the International Council, to be
held In Copenhagen this month. Mrs. Hel
muth will probably remain abroad the
greater part, of the year.. . ,
- Extensive preparation la being made by
the women of Elk City for ths entertain
ment of the annual convention of the Doug
las County Women's Christian Temperance
Union, which 1 to convene there on Thurs
day, July 17. Ther will be an afternoon
and evening session for both of which ex
cellent programs have been arranged. ' The
Omaha contingent will leave the Webster
street station at 7:30 a. m. . Thursday and
will be met at Washington by carriages
which will convey them four miles to Elk
City, where nothing has been left undone
for their entertainment.. They will remain
there Thursday night and return Friday
morning. Ae president of the County union,
Mrs. Elizabeth Covet!, of Omaha, baa ar
ranged a program of unuaual intereat which
la to be Issued ths early part of the week.
- The mission work of the city, both gos
pel and Industrial, which has been so
generally suspended for th summer. Is
promised a most valuable assistance in
the newly opened Central mission, which
commenced its work at Slxtsenth and
Jones streets about eight weeks ago. A
commodious corner storeroom haa been
rented for the work and the Sabbath school,
which is undenominational, already has an
enrollment of between forty and fifty chil
dren, while the sewing classes, which ar
held Saturday afternoons, have an average
attendance of twenty-eight.
Miss Helen Woodsmall, for three years
physical director of the Young Women's
Christian association, left on Tuesday
evening for Winona lake, Indiana, where
she will spsnd th summer, returning to
Nebraska la th taU U continue her sol-
If III C I I
on our entire stock of
Mens $10, $12.50 and
$15 Suits $5.00
To effect a rapid clearance of our
$10, $12.60 and $16 lines of Men's
Butts ws offer them all at $5. Th
fabrics ara of superior quality and
ths styles snd patterns right up to
ths minute. This lot Includes Im
mense quantities of fin outing suits
the kind 'that look
well and fit good
Men's Suits that formerly sold for
$13.50 and $18, are now Q TC
- reduced to Oe-tO
Men's Suits that formerly sold for
$20, $22.60 and $26,
are now reduced
Men's $3 and $1 Pants, $1.50 a
Pair These) pants are made of
fln Worsteds, Cheviots and tine
Outing Flannels Pants for drees,
working or outing purposes $8 and
$4 values Clearing sale -4 f
Hats for 10c.
n rrs rj n
(he largest In the country. We I gCj,
offer you the choloe of all for . . . .
All Our Straw Hats Reduced One-Half
$4.00 Porto Rlcan Panamas., 1.0S
$3.00 Porto Rlcan Panamas., 1,49
. $2.60 Porto Rlcan Panamas ,.. f)8o
$2.00 Split Palms reduced to 08 i
$2.00 and $2.60 Milan Straws for 98o
' $1.60 and $2.00 Yacht Sailors for 75o
All of our $1.00 aud 11.60 Jup Braids and
Bailors reduoed to 49c
All the 60a and 75o Straw Hats, Including
Fedoras, Bough Braids and Sailors, re
duoed to 28it. vV M ..... ,. y.'
country, bound over by Commissioner Sloan
of Pender for "bootlegging. They are eald
to have' had the whole reservation "to the
bad" on the Fourth of July. All will await
in jail the action of the next grand Jury.
On July 25th the Erie Railroad will run a
special thirty-day excursion to Chautauqua
Lake. Th fare from Chicago will be only
$14.00 for the .found trip. . Tickets will be
good on all limited trains?
For detailed information apply to H. t'
Purdy, Traveling Passenger Agent, Chicago.
Chicago tlckat office, 242 Clark street.
Watch for Swift and Company's big
Saturday-will be a bargain day rich In
golden opportunities at the big store of
Hayden Bros." The big ad is on page T.
Publish your legal notices In The Weekly
Be. Telephone 238.
leg work at .the State university. Dur
ing her three years' work In the Omaha
association Miss Woodsmall has won the
esteem of all connected with the organisa
tion,, while her efficiency as an instructor
of physical culture la attested by the In
crease in numbers In her classes and the
skill and enthusiasm of th member. Miss
Woodsmall will be greatly missed In asso
ciation circles, ' but the members of the
board of directors feel that they have se
cured an able succeasor to her In Miss
Flora Tlchnor of Munsey, Ind., who will
take up th directorship of that depart
ment In' September.
Mr. Emma F. Byers, general secretary
of th association, will leave tomorrow
for a vacation of several weeks, during
which she will visit a number of associa
tions of the east and gather Ideas with
the Intention of applying them to the new
building In prospect for the local associa
tion. For th benefit of their new building fund
th members of the Young Women' Christ
ian association held an Indoor fet last
venlng In the association parlors. A .pro
fusion of sweet peas and greens gave to
the gymnasium a garden-like effect which
was completed by th shaded lights on th
tables from which Ices and cake were aerv
d. Th attendance was large and the en
thusiasm and Interest In the new building
most encouraging. The $2,000 to be raised
by the association member has nearly all
been pledged and tn board Intends soon
to ask subscriptions toward the $60,000
necessary for th building.
Th transfer of the lot and building occu
pied by the Tenth Street City mlselon on
Tenth street, between Dodge and Capitol
avenue, was made yesterday from th
Monell estate to the Omaha City Mission
association, Alfrsd C. Kennedy acting as
trusts for ninety days until the $850
pledged by the various young people's so
cieties of th city can b collected. Th
property was purchased for $2,600, but It
will be necessary for th association to
rals at least $600 In addition to this sum
to put th present building and grounds In
condition to contlnu th work until funds
can be secured for a new building. Among
th most urgent of th present necessities
1 the fencing In of the lot, that It may be
equipped for a playground for the summer.
The Industrial work, with the exception of
three eooklng classes each week, is prac
tically closed until fall, and the asso
ciation feels that the playground will be
the most effective means of reaching the
children of that district and keeping them
together until the work can be opened
atala la Us fall. , '
fSaturdav wewlu inaug
, mii-.i ; vsi-.f.- very important sales
throughout the entire store. Every de
partment will have some very Special
items of merchandise, that we will
place on sale as special
Remember. StZlt oS&5i
itient means something. It is not used indiscrimi
nately. When you see "sale" mentioned in our
store news, you may depend upon it that the val
ues offered are very unusual and merit your at
Specials in Woman's Dept
Sale of Woman's Wash Suits.
Woman's Wash Suits, worth $4.00, Saturday $2.25.
Woman's Wash Suits, worth $5.00, Saturday $2.90,
Woman's Wash Suits, worth $8.60, Saturday $4.90.
Sale of Woman's Wash Waists.
Woman's Wash Walsts.'worth $1.00, Saturday 69c.
Woman's Wash Waists, worth $1.26, Saturday 75c.
- Woman's Wash Waists, worth $2.00, Saturday 96c.
Woman's Wash Waists, worth $2.60, Saturday $1.45.
Woman's Wash Walats, worth $3.90, Saturday $1.90.
Woman's Wash Waists, worth $5.00, Saturday $2.90.
Sale Woman's Hosiery.
Woman's Hose, worth 15c, Saturday lOo.
Woman's Ho se, worth 25c, Saturday l.o.
' Woman's Hose, worth 25c, Saturday 26c.
' Woman's Hose, worth 50c, Saturday 39c.
Woman's Hose, worth 96c, Saturday 69o.'
We have a splendid assortment feome
11 or 16 kinds) of medicine cases suited to
the needs of tourists, hunters and campers.
We can fix thess up with medicine to suit
DON'T FORGET OUR CUT PRICES.
26o Strengthening Plasters, we sell 7e
11.00 Temptation Tonic 29c
The Temptation Tonic we sell Is in .
prime condition and has not been
25o Sheldon's Foot Rest, we sell
25o Perfect Glove Cleaner 12c
60c Pozxoni's Powder 2c
$1.00 Newhro s Herplclde, we sell vto
WE GIVE YOU WHAT YOU ASK FOR.
60c Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets S4c
$1.00 Kirk's Dandruff Cure, we sell.... 4!io
$1.00 Burnham's Sarsaparllla, we sell.. 4o
2oo Hires' Root Beer, we sell lfto
11.00 TEMPTATION TONIC. WE SEIX 29c
25c Thompson's Cherry Phosphate 9c
J2.00 Pennyroyal Pills, we sell 90o
Sherman & McConnall Drug Co,
SIXTEENTH AND DODGB STS., OMAHA.
ANOTHER EXCURSION TO OKOBOJL
latvrday, July 12, Via the Mllwaeke
Leaving the Union depot, Omaha, at :t0
p. m., Saturday, July 12. the Chicago. Mil
waukee ft St. Paul railway will run a spe
cial excursion train of coaches and sleeping
cars to Lake Okobo.l and return. The
train will arrive at Arnold's park, on Lake
OkoboH, M 6:40 a. m., Sunday. All day Sun
day at the lake. Boating, fishing and a
pleassnt day's outing at th prettiest re
sort in the middle west.
Returning, th Special train will leav
th lake at 7:15 p. m., Sunday, and arrive
at Omaha about 6 o'clock Monday morning.
Th round-trip rail rate is $3.00. For those
who desire them sleeping oar will b at
tached, for which a round-trip rat of
$3.00 is charged tor a double berth.
City Ticket Office, 1504 Farnam SC Tel
ephone 284.'. V ,
WILLARD F. MALLALIEU,
BISHOP OF THE METHOIUST EPISCO
- ABURNDALB, Mass., June 11. 1902,
Mr. J. Francis. O. P. A., Burlington Route,
: Dear Sir: Your notice of the Yellowstone
excursion Just at hand. '. I mad a tour of
th park last year. I have been around
the world, and in most of the countries and
have never spent seven days more pleas
antly than In the park, and none more so
than the Sabbath rest at Lake hotel, very
truly your. W. F. MALLALIEU.
A personally couducted excursion to and
through Ysllowstone park will leave Omaha
Tuesday. August 6, via the Burlington
Route. Oreatly reduced rate have been
made for this party. The total expense will
b less than $100.
Handsomely Illustrated Itinerary free.
J. B. Reynolda. 1502 Farnam streeC
. Me Meed te Um Vac.
. Any woman can .have a graceful figure,
for obesity Is one of the affliction which
ao woman need endure. Vapor baths are
a remedy which brings the quickest relief.
Properly administered they are a pleasure,
and In connection with sclentlflo massage
they ar a sure relief for obealty, Th
result Is a trim, pretty figure, good health
and comfort. ' The Renstrom Hygien Bath
ery, 216-220 Be Bldg. Telephone 171.
If It's from Hayden Bros., It's a fcar.
gain. So say thousands of Omaha people,
A lot of big bargains for Saturday. Bead
the list on page T.
The following births and deaths hav
been reported at the office of the Hoard of
Health during the twtniy-four hours ending
Friday noon: . ,
Births Frank Ijistovtcce, First snd Hick
ory streets, boyt Frank Rudolph, 8 North
Twentieth street, boy) Curtis Blgler,
North Twenty-eighth street, girl; Frank
Layton, 712 Bancroft, boy.
Deaths Carrie Smith. 1121 South Twenty,
ninth street, aged 40 y-ars; Nora M.'Gec,
12.1 Chicago street, aged 26 years: Corbett
Karl. 1017 South Thirteenth street, ased $
months; Augusta Kurs, 1131 North Bt-vcn-trnth
street, sged Sit years! Anna Nielsen,
231 Pierce street, aged 40 yearsj Charles
A. PuDd.il, 2902 Charles Street, aged 2
Shampooing and halrdreasing, tbc, at th
Bathery, 216-220 Be building. Tel. 1716.
Bend article of Incorporation, notice of
stockholders' meetings, etc., to The Bee.
W will give them proper legal insertion. I
Bs tslephon. 23$.
Watch for Swift and Company's big
")) irf?M:u Telephone 1260 ;Otnaha.
W. A. WELLS, Solicitor,
Patrons of our store enjoy TWO DIS
TINCTIONS which certainly are a great
advantage over any other drug store in
Omaha, vis.: First, our store Is open all
nlifht .and goods are sold at the same
price as In the day time; second, we de
liver anything; we sell be It prescription
or other article to any Omaha address, at
an time day or . night without extra
charge. There are many other DISTINC
TIONS here worthy of your notice, too;
our prices, for-lnstance.
$l.(i0 Plnkham's Compound ,...,,.,..., 67o
$1.00 Hers Malt , 68c
H.ftO Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe. .$2. 25
1.00 Kilmer's Swamp-Koot.,,,., 6so
6oo Mull s Grape Tonic , V,,,.,, SOc
50o Kldneolds ,.,,,.,.,,.,, 24c
2fc Hirea' Root Beer.. 9o
$1.00 Sexine Pills .......,;,.?.', 75o
nne".K'ner Cure.,.,,,,,,...., ec
$1.26 Vln Marian! .,, ,., RSo
25o Scheuster e. Malt , ,, luo
OPEN ALL NIGHT,
SGIIAEFER'S DRUO STORK
Tel. rT. S. W. Cor. IStl. mm Chlea.
Low Shoes for
During the hot weather no man
can enjoy real comfort unless his
feet are encased In low, comfort
With the feet and bead cool sum
mer isn't so bad.
You'll And our stock of men's shoes
a fine one; you'll find the' shoe to
suit you her.
Prices $3,50 and $250
209 South ISth St.
If you ar an eagle you are a bird; and If
you ar a bird you ahould drink N
Th bird of all whiskies, a pur Mary
land rye, 12 years old; full quarts, $1.25.
California wines, 26o, 5c, 60o and 75c
Omaha's only aacluslv liquor stor.
Opposite P. O. Phon 1141
Fin wines snd table liquor.
City orders dellrered with a rush.
Deputy State Veterinarian
H. L. RAMACCIOTTI D. V. S.
pfflo and Infirmary, 26th and Ma on Bta.
Um, N, Telephone fcx
Specials in Men's Dept.
Sale Men's Negligee Shirts.
Shirts, worth 75o, Saturday 45o.
Shirts, worth $1.00, Saturdsy 75a. -Shirts,
worth $1.26, Saturday $1.00.
Shlrts, worth $1.60, Saturday $1.25.
Shirts, worth $2.00, Saturday $1.60.
Sale Men's Straw Hats.
Straw Hats worth too, Saturday 25c
Straw Hats, worth 75c, Saturday 45c.
Straw Hats, worth $1.00, Saturday 75o.
Straw Hats, worth $1.60, Saturday $1.00.
Straw Hats, worth $2.00, Saturday $1.25.
Sale of Men's Belts.
Belts, worth 35a, Saturday 19o.
Belts, worth 60o, Saturday 25c
Belts, worth 75c, Saturday 46c
BelU, worth $1.00, Saturday 75c
When the we ai hers
Just like it is today it's then
you want a cool, refreshing
drtak such a drink as our
pure and wholesome Blue Rib
bon Beer made from the
choicest hops, barley malt
and pure artesian water adap
ted eHpecially for table service.
Broadway, Council Bluffs.
Saturday. Boys' Day .
Nearly everybody In Omaha knows the
. value of our boys' $1.60' shoes ut If
your boy has never worn a pair bring
him to oLr store any time Saturday
and let us show them to you. Ws can
fit any boy no matter how small or
how big he is just so he Is a boy
with these $1.50 shoes. They're made
from a-nnA anIM 1.t.. . i -
.-. ".. iv.iuui iivui BUI O lU wm
top and will stand mora hard knocks M
man many a sno that you would
pay twice as much for. Ws have
the same shoe In light calf or heavy
kid for girls.
Droxol Shoo Go.,
Omaha's l'p-to-Sate Shoe Hoaaa,
141. FARMAM STBERT.
The Drink for Summer
is Metis bottled beer. When properly
cooled it la not onlv dii-htf..ii
ing, but its tonloal properties wU coun-
i-r, as no oiner orlnk, the debilitating
effects Of hot weather a Kl- .
matured, will never cause 'biliousness like
uiy ureweo - green beer." it's a marvol
of purity and is bottled with th greatest
Metz Bros. Brewing Co.,
Telephone 119, Omaha.
Or Jacob Neumaysr, Agt., care Nuumiva,
Hotel. Council UUffa! Ia. r".r,eurny'
- suuum ret a
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