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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1902)
Till' OMAHA DArLlf HKK: TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1002.
GIRL BLOWS OFF FAST TRAIN
06i Twenty Fett Inti the Air and Light
Comfortably in Cornfield.
SKIRTS SERVE PURPOSE Of PARACHUTE
Vk Appeared to lie Seeessarlly
Fatal Accident Tarn Out to He
Only In annul and AmiM
To be blown from a train running forty
miles an hour by a wind traveling forty-five
znllra an hour Into a NebrssVa cornfield
lth grain promising fifty bushels
to tbe acre, and left sitting without the
slightest Injury, Is an experience of a life
time and one which even few such periods
Will reveal. Thla strauge, almost super
natural Incident dragged Itself across the
otherwise uneventful career of Miss Marie
JCaroua, who Uvea on South Second street,
pear I'oppleton avenue, Sunday night.
Miss Karous was on the Burlington ex
cursion train returning from the Bohemian
picnic at Wllber and the accident occurred
bout three miles this aide of Ashland.
The fact that the young woman waa not
killed or mortally Injured Is attributed to
three elements, remarkable utility of
woman's dress, the weather and the
cushionlike flexibility of Nebraska soil. Of
the thre probably the weather, which it
Will be remembered has been especially
"copious" for tho last few weeka, had more
to do whh tbe salvation of Miss Karous
than anything else. Tbe ralna had left
the ground perfectly soft and the young
woman was let down upon it, her clothes
aervlng as a parachute, without even being
Wind Lifts Her from Train.
. Miss Karous bad stepped out of one car
and waa about to enter another when the
terrific storm, the aftermath of which waa
felt In Omaha, came up. The young woman
bad a basket on her arm and she and the
baskot were suddenly lifted from the plat
form of the car, which was whining along
at the rate of forty miles an hour, carried
about twenty feet into the air and dropped
In a cornfield but a few yards from the
One or two of Miss Karous' friends were
on the platform with her at the time of the
kidnaping and their screams at what they
naturally supposed was their friend's end
ing aoon brought others out and the train
men were informed of what had occurred.
"The wind has taken one of our party
and I guess she is dead by now," ptteously
tried one of the women who had seen the
form of Miss Karous fade away tn the jet
blackness of night like an apparition.
, The train was stopped a quickly as pos
sible and a telegram sent back to Ashland
for the next train, which happened to be a
freight, to look out for the lost pleasure
seeker, or rather for her body, for every
body feared she must have been killed.
Freight ricks Her I p.
. Approaching the scene of Mies Karous'
wonderful experience the men on the
freight train, aa the big headlight of the
engine lit up the way, saw a person stand
ing in' the middle of the track, frantically
waving something In her hand and crying
at the top of her voice. It waa Mlas Karous,
using her basket for a signal lantern. The
train stopped, took the young woman with
the remarkable experience on board and
rushed on to the excursion train, which was
awaiting developments. Dr. Breuer, who
was on tho latter train, examined the
young woman and found her uninjured.
To friends Mlas Karous related her thrill
ing experience aa one not to be coveted at
all, but very pleasant after it waa over.
Bhe described her circuit through the air
as most fascinating and said her skirts
served excellently the purpose of a para
. chute when she and the wind decided the
time had come for making the descent.
Bhe says she struck the ground with very
little force and was placed in a sitting
posture, which she retained for some mo
menta after tier return to earth, meditating
ever the brief but thrilling past.
Not at all Uselteil.
Miss Karous Insists that she never lost
her self-control at any stage of the pro
ceedings and friends are perfectly willing
to accord full credence to her word, for
those who first saw her when she was taken
aboard the excursion train declare ahe was
not the least excited and In tact appeared
less concerned over the Incident than any
In the party.
That Awful Cold,
And Ha terrible oough can soon be cured
by Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consump
tion. Try It. No cure, no pay. 50c, $1.
Drowned While Bathing.
Carpenters working at Sherman park
yesterday evening were startled at about i
O'clock by hearing screams from where a
party of boys were bathing on the Ne
braska side, and the cry. My brother's
drowning." Two of the men jumped into
a yawl and pulled across the river, but
were too lute to be of nsslxtance. They
learned that a number of small boys had
been bathing and a larger boy had under
taken to teach one of their number to
swim. Jn some manner the little fellow,
Who waa I or J years old, slipped from the
hands of the larger boy and waa t,wept
away. X brother, who was standing on
the shore, began to scream and would have
flung himself Into the water If the other
boys had not held him. The accident hap-
ptr.ru at me oia isnuing 01 me South
Dmaha Pontoon Bridge and Ferry com-
"7i near mrenuem ana u streets. Mouth
man. 1 ne carpenters lailea to learn
e name of the drowned boy,
the most fa
jects. By day
she starts in rear
t every sadden
night the furni
ture of her room
takes on af
of ghost or gob
lin. You can't
eascm with the
logic nor love
can quiet them.
Thev must be
Scrarbraad and then the outcry of the
nerves will cease aa naturally aa a hun
gry child ceases to cry when fed.
For nervous women there is no better
tome and nervine than Dr. Pierce'a Fa
vorite Prescription. It cubes the dis
eases which produce nervousness in
women, irregularity, debilitating drains,
inflammation, ulceration and female
weakness. It traunutlizes the nerves,
encourages the appetite, and Induces re
Whra I beams taking roar medicine I was
at able to Am aa bt fcrt tea nUnmea at a
now, writes Mrs. Haiti. BorradalU. of ill
Surtng ttreet. fcaakvill. Tnu. Had rVlliui
stf mara, and kidaay sad liver disease, and was
so w.ak snd nrvou I ceuld not keen etUL
www . mi iwi poiM ma aimoai tut ai
lines. I had several different doctors attend
as, but they sould not So nit any good. The
eu I had said I would never act up aaaiu.
old pint that I was taking your 'avarit Pre-
aea 'Ufiota Hernial Discovery,' and
ae aaio, '
water eaoa day.' But It nougat would give the
aaeeUoiaa a aur trial. Before I kad SnUbed tbe
Bret two bottles 1 waa aklc to get ouuide (he
boose sad walk around tke yard. I kept ait
taking the saevUctncs sad they cured sx.'
SAYS WIFE DECEIVED HIM
C. V. Hay Knows More Sow Than He
DM Before Me Mas
In suing for divorce from Jeannette
Whetstone Hay. Calus C. Hay says he has
bern derelved by her in many and diverse
ways. To begin with, he says, she told
blm her name was Martin Instead of
Whetstone and that she lived In Norwalk,
whreas she lived elsewhere. Then she
decoyed him with a story that she had
valuable property tn Colorado and $75,000
In a bank. The v.eek after they were
married she went to bed 111 and he then
discovered that ahe v.as addicted to the
excessive and habitual use of drugs and
opiates. Later It came out that her father
and her mother had both filed affidavits at
previous times declaring her Insane. The
marriage was at Cleveland on December
22, 1S00. On January 10 following she went
to the Convent of the Good Shepherd at
Cleveland and Is still there.
The Hew (abnn Republic.
The flag of the United States has been
lowered In Cuba and tbe Cuban standard
now floats In Its place, and for the first
time In her history has a fully organized
civil government of her own. Whether
they will make a auccess or failure of it,
time alone can tell. One of the most suc
cessful medicines before the public Is Hos-
tetter's Stomach Bitters, because It always
cures headache, lndigsstlon, dyspepsia,
constipation and liver and kidney troubles.
Try it and see for yourself.
Tnkey Gets Cheap Farms.
A. P. Tukey of the well-known real estate
firm of A. P. Tukey & Son leaves early this
week to look over their large tract of farm
lands In the south central part of North
Dakota. This firm has nearly 1,000.000
acres of grass land for sale In that vicinity.
If this land proves satisfactory Mr. Tukey
proposes to form a syndicate of Omaha peo
ple and buy a large tract of these cheap
lands. Mr. J. A. Connor, who has been very
successful tn handling Nebraska lands, ac
companies Mr. Tukey on this trip.
Via the Wabash.
NEW YORK AND RETURN AND ATLAN
TIC CITY AND RETURN.
TICKETS WILL BE SOLD FROM CHI
CAGO JULY 17 and 31, August 7 snd 14.
Stopover privileges allowed at Detroit and
WABASH NEW CITY OFFICE,
1801 FARNAM STREET.
Harry E. Moorcs, O. A. P. D.
That Famous Train The Pennsyl
Is one of six dally through trains from
Chicago to New York over the Pennsyl
vania Short Lines. It is the world's most
luxurious railway train of compartment,
drawing-room Pullman sleeping cars, din
ing car and observation car, and leaves
Chicago Union Station daily at 5:30 p. m.;
arrives New York next day for dinner.
Arrangements for a trip on It may be
made through H. R. Dering, A. G. P. Agt.,
248 South Clark St., Chicago.
Special Chautauqua Excursion
Via Lake Shore A Michigan Southern rail
way and the new line from Westfield, July
25; $14.00 for the round trip. Return limit
thirty days. Handsome Chautauqua Book
on application to M. S. Gllea, Trav. Pass.
Agt., Chicago, or C. F. Daly, Chief A. O.
P. A., Chicago.
Forty Mlnntea Faster Time Omaha to
St. Louis Via the Wabnsh.
Th wiRiRR St. TviiiIm Rrnraai leaves
Omaha Union station 6:55 p. m.; arrives
St. Louis 7 a. m. WABASH NEW CITY
OFFICE, 1601 Farnam Street.
Send articles of Incorporation, notices of
stockholders' meetings, etc., to The Bee.
Ws will give them proper legal Insertion.
Bee telephone, 238.
Via Rock Island system to New York City
and return. Atlantic City and return.
Tickets on sale July 17-81, Aug. 7-14. City
ticket office, 1323 Farnam St.
Faat Time ou the Wabash.
Commencing Sunday, July 13, the St.
Louis Express will leave Omaha Union sta
tion at 6:55 p. m., arrive St. Louis 7 a. m.
Wabash new city office, 1601 Farnam street.
Publish ycur legal notices in The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 238.
The fnllnwlna- births were rCDorted at the
office of the Hoard of Health during tbe
forty-eight hours ending Monday noon. No
deaths were reported:
ltirths JnaeDh Bnicka. 1903 South Tenth
street, boy; Frank Benbow, Eighteenth and
Clark streets, boy; Louis Squires, 1225 South
Fourteenth street, Doy; rea acuia. ini
South Eighteenth street, boy; Ernest Greer,
272S Seward street, boy; John Grevesen,
101& South Twenty-third street, boy; James
Mulr, 2523 North Twentletn street, giru
Jnris-a Kevunr has zranted Lizzie Morrlssy
divorce from John, who had abandoned
Judza Read has fined Andrew L. TJnde-
land $1 for alleged Invasion of the copy
righted title of a herulclde company and
enjoined him from doing any more Imitat
The county attorney has filed a com
plaint In district court charging Edward
Rosewater with violation of the corrupt
practices act. The charges are the same
as made In the South Omaha police court
cases some months ago.
The elnetrin lleht coniuanv has settled
with the administrator of the estate of
John W. F. Miller by paying H.onti, a stip
ulated and agreed Judgment. Miller was a
plumber and was killed by a shock while
wnrklmr tn a basement at Fourth and Jones
streets. He was holding a wire supposed
to be dead.
J Jenaen. who makes a living by the
milk of his cows, wants the Fremont, Elk-
horn & Missouri valley nan road company
to pay him alleging mat on aiay ,
whlla he waa drlvlna- hlie cows along Cen
ter street where the tracks cross, a freight
train dashed Into a couple or the Dovines,
killina- nn and severely injuring the other.
11m hHav thAt he bus been damasred to
the extent of lino. Justice Foster will hear
the case July is.
H. T. Schelbel had to pay 160 twice for
the same horse and he wants E. H. Ferrln,
from whom he bought It the drat time, to
refund him one of the $ paid out. To
that end he has brought suit in Justice
Foster's court, the case having been set
for July 18. After 8che!hel had purchased
the horse from Ferrln along came J. M.
Lewis of Plattsburg. Mo., saying It waa his
horse and it had been stolen from him.
Schelbel paid him another $tt to make his
title clear to the animal and now wants
Ferrln to give Mm back nis imj.
Fern camp. Royal Netghbors of America,
waa organized last Friday evening by Mrs,
Vatla Remlncton. deouty supreme oracle.
There are fifty-eight charter members and
the officers are: Eva J. Belknap, oracle;
Nellie I.. Ouraler, vice oracle; Isabella
Foley, recorder; Julia A. Miles, receiver
F.llaabeth Saxmnn. chancellor: Ida M. Chil
son, marshal; Merry Miller, inner sentinel;
Ijiura McCall. outer sentinel; Lime t. Mey.
man. past oracle: Arthur E. Baldwin, Hen
rletta Owens, Francis M. Bourke, man
agers; A. W. Edmlston. physician.
No Venom la 'Km.
No poisonous purgatives enter Into Dr.
King's New Lite Pills. Easy, but prompt.
they cure or no pay. Only 25o.
B. Forrester of Leadvllle is at the Mil
William Warren of Buffalo Is at the
H. it. Sevier of Bristol, Tenn., Is at the
Miss Minnie Bchaefaaock.! of Brooklyn
U UUta stvicau
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Iistj md Zppropriatisn Ordinance! Passed
by City Council.
CURFEW MEASURE ALSO GOES THROUGH
City- Attorney Reports that Boiler In
spection Ordinance Excluding
Packing Houses Would Bo
Illegal Magic City Gossip.
The 1D02 levy and appropriation ordi
nances were passed by the council last
night and will be signed by the mayor this
morning. The money appropriated will be
available after August 1. The levy, as pre
viously mentioned, Is 94 mills, based on a
valuation of a little over $16,000,000.
A communication was read from the
Ancient Order of United Workmen Temple
association in regard to excavating at
Twenty-fifth and M streets for the founda
tions of the proposed building. The asso
ciation would like to sell the dirt to the
city at 8 cents per cubic yard. The letter
was referred to the street and alley com
mittee and the city engineer.
City Attorney Murdock made a report on
the resolution adopted some time ago in
connection with tbe drafting of a boiler in
spection ordinance. He asserted that an
ordinance such as was planned by the
council would not be legal if passed, and
therefore he declined to draw It. The Idea
was to pass an ordinance covering boiler
inspection in the city, but leaving out the
packing bouses. The report of the city
attorney was placed on file without com
Colonel Alexander Hogeland secured the
passage of his curfew ordinance, but the
mayor has not yet Indicated whether he
will sign it, but it is understood that he
favors the measure.
Clerk Shrlgley will at once advertise for
bids for the repairing of the asphalt pave
ment on Twenty-fourth street. Another
meeting of the council will be held on
Lincoln Feed Yards.
TTnrrv T. PurTipntPT fformerlv auditor of
the Union Stock Yards company here, but
now located In Lincoln aa the manager of
the stock yards there, was In the city yes
terday. He stated to a Bee reporter mat
th work nf rpmnripllnr and tmnrovtnfl' the
yards was going on rapidly in order to be
prepared for the large fall runs or sheep
and cattle. The pens, Mr. Carpenter said,
are belnz thorouehlv cleaned and carpen
ters are building new feed racks for all of
the pens. Trenches are being dug for a new
water supply and fire hydrants are being
set and attached to the water mains to In
sure protection In case of Are.
"Our sheep pasture land," said Mr. Car
penter, "cannot be excelled. It contains in
the neighborhood of 800 acres, all covered
with splendid grass, througn wnicn mere
Is a stream of rood, clear water. We get
our water from Oak river, while our hay
will come from Bellwood and Bcnuyier.
Only the choicest upland blue stem bay
will be fed."
in regard tn the advantages offered to
the shippers that stop at West Lincoln
Mr. Carnenter said: "The geographical lo
cation of West Lincoln cannot be dupli
cated by any other reeding point, it is
within three hours' run of South Omaha
and elaht and ten hours, respectively, to
St. Joseph and Kansas City. The stock
man, without snv extra charge, except tor
such feed as he may order, can stop at
these yards and rest and nil nis siock oe
fore going on to market. Another thing,
the Bhlpper can keep in close touch with
h Knuth Dmaha market, and in case of
a bad break In the market he can at a
moderate cost await a reaction.
it ia avnncted that the opening or tnese
feed yards at Lincoln will greatly Increase
the shipments to this market.
Board Lets Contracts.
tut Tilrht the Board of Education met and
let a contract for the heating of the Haw
thorne school. The board opened bids for
nioMnv nf distributing radiators In ths
present building and also In the two addi
tional rooms to be constructed mis summer.
George Parks & Co. being the lowest bid
ders were awarded the contract.
a committee from the Central Labor union
waited upon the board and made a request
h.t nniv union lshor be employed hereafter
and to this the board gave consenU More
than this, a resolution was adopted dismiss
ing from the employ of the board all noo
Th nrlntlnir committee was Instructed to
secure bids for all advertising matter wnicn
mnv ha needed bv the board for the fiscal
year. Another meeting of the board will be
held next Monday night
Another Beform Movement.
Veaterdav afternoon Mayor Koutsky Is
sued orders to Chief of Police Brlggs di
recting him to close all gambling houses
nd tn causa to be removed all slot ma
chines. The chief went about notifying the
gamblers during the middle or tne afternoon,
and while on this trip he dropped into
niaxsa whara slot machines were kept and
eervf d the orders of the mayor. There was
a hurry call for vehicles or various sorts
nd the eamhllns- devices and slot ma
chines were hastily gotten out of the way.
a committee of the Anti-Saloon league
called upon Mayor Koutsky yeaterday ana
expressed the thanks or tne league ior nis
enforcement of the Sunday closing law.
ft ta understood that members of the com
mittee expressed a desire to be appointed
special policemen In order that they might
better watch the closing movement nexi
Sunday. When this request was made
Mayor Koutsky declined at the time to give
any answer and It Is not known what he
will do about the matter.
in accordance with the tIans of this spe
cial committee a mass prslse meeting will
be held at the First Methodist Episcopal
ohnrch nn Prldav evening. July 18. Every
one la Invited to attend this meeting. There
will be special music and a numDsr or ad
dresses. Tbe complete program will be an
nounced within a day or two.
City Sets Example.
Inspector Jones has been serving notices
lately to property owners to clean up Daca
yards and alleys, also area ways. The or
ders so far Issued have not been complied
with tn inr extent and a second set of no
tices will be served this week. In order
to set a good example the mayor caused
the area ways about the city hall building
nd tha allev to be thoroughly cleaned yes
terday afternoon. The sanitary Inspector
says that with tns coming on oi noi
weather It will be neceassry to dispose of
refuse and garbage of all kinds aa rapidly as
agio City Gossip.
Mrs. Mike O'Hern is seriously 111. .
Repairs to crosswalks are needed all over
Miss Llbble MeCarron hss gone to Sioug
City to visit friends.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Shields died yeaterday.
Joseph Koutsky has returned from his
farm in Nuckols county.
The Rebekah's will Install officers on
Friday evening of thla Week.
Miss Maud Kerr has gone to St. Paul,
Minn., to visit frlenda for a few weeks.
Sheriff Ollstrap returned yesterday to
Macon. Mo., with Aaron Beckman, who Is
wanted there fur forgery.
A session of the executive committee of
the Kndeavor society will be held at the
home of Kev. tr. Wheeler this evening.
William Burger, aged 8ft years, died at
the home of his son. B. F. Burger, Thir
teenth and I streets, yesterday afternoon.
Funeral services will be held at the family
realilence today, Hev. Leander 1-ane ofD
i clat'U" iMef iuBt will b ai fsVUIUufli
It is- imperative that all summer goods be closed out
immediately Our Clearance Sale prices in force through
out the store will accomplish iU
Great Sale of PettiCOatS
Women's Stylish Petticoats, worth
up to $2.50, on sale at 25c, 49c, 75c
Today we will place on spec Is 1 sale a great purchase of women's fine
petticoats. They are made ef tbe silk meroerlzed fabrics and French sateens
and come In black, all colors and fancy striped. Thi styles are the very lat
est, made up with wide and narrow accordion pleated flounces and deep duffles,
also knife pleats and tucked. These petticoats range In value from 11.00 to
12-60 each. We have divided the entire lot Into three assortments for this
25c, 49c and 75c
This Is ene of the greatest embroidery sales ever held In this city. We are
offering all the sample ends of a St. Oall, Swltxerland, manufacturer and New
Tcrk Importer's sample strips, at less than half their regular prices. The
variety Is very extensive. You will And nearly all widths In tbe assortment
snd In a limitless range of pretty styles and patterns. They are made of the
finest gwlss, nainsook and cambric, embroideries and Insertlngs to match, also
ga loons. Thy are worth up to 60c a yard, on sale In four lots, at
5c, T2c, 10c & 15c yard
Wonderful Ribbon Bargains
15c Silk Ribbons at 6c yard Tomorrow we will place on sale a beauti
ful lot of all silk fancy striped ribbons,
Inches wide, that would be a big bargain
as long as It lasts we will sell It for,
50c Ribbons 10c yard One biff lot
high class taffeta, liberty satin, satin
up to 8 Inches wide, in long mill remnants, would be
cheap at 60c a yard, to close them out quick
they will go tomorrow at
Cutting Shoe Prices
Before Remodeling the Shoe Department
Women's Oxfords Over 6,000 pairs of the newest styles, in alL leath
ers, lasts and heels, that we formerly
$3.60 and $4.00 a pair, on special sale
tomorrow, per pair
STREET SO PROPOSITIONS
Oounoilmen Considering Plani for Marking
ADVERTISING SCHEME IS NOT IN FAVOR
Member of Council Observes that
Omaha Is One of Very Few Lara
Cities Wlthomt Slnn to
Designate Its Streets.
At the meeting of the city council as a
committee of the whole yesterday afternoon
tbe Anchor Fence company submitted a
proposition to place the names of streets on
sheetlron signs at street Intersections, the
signs to be fastened to buildings, where
buildings are suitably located for the pur
pose, otherwise to the tops of Iron posts
six feet high. A majority of the council
seemed to favor this plan If a sufficiently
low price can be made. The agent of the
company said the price would depend some
what on the number of signs needed, but
that It would not exceed $1.50 per sign. The
matter will be referred to a committee at
tonight's council meeting.
A week ago J. B. Kalnkald submitted a
plan to ths general committee which con
templates erecting at atreet intersections a
three-cornered box sign, two of the sides
to bear advertisements and the third the
names of the streets. This plan, with a
model of the proposed sign, was referred to
the city engineer for his approval, and a re
port will probably be made upon It at to
night's council meeting. Several of
the councllmen have declared themselves
opposed to tbe Kalnkald scheme on the
ground thst the signs will be unsightly.
Seven years sgo an ordinance was passed
requiring all owners of corner lots, to dis
play conspicuously the names of the Inter
secting streets, but save In a few cases It
was not complied with and soon became a
dead letter. , It was found that It could
not be legally enforced, and the result would
be unsatisfactory In any event, since there
would be no uniformity In the style, shape
and location of tbe signs.
"I believe that Omaha Is the only city of
its slse In the United States that does not
have street signs at street Intersections,"
said a member of the city council, "and this
omission makes a bad Impression upon vis
itors, besides being a great Inconvenience
to our own people."
The council in general committee also
heard several complaints of personal Inju
ries. T. B. Barnes, who drives an oil wagon,
complained that he had driven Into a hole
tn Twenty-alxth street, between Dodge and
Douglas, where he broke his wagon, injured
one of his mules, and spilled forty gallons
of oil. For the latter he wanted $5.80. He
was told to make out his claim tn legal form
and submit It to the assistant city attor
ney. Barnes Is the second driver of an oil
wagon to meet with this mishap within the
last two weeks. The council gave the first
The Beat Diarrhoea MesUcine on Earth
That Is what Mr. W. E. Landers, a prom
inent farmer near Indianapolis, Ind., says
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Read his testimonial:
"It gives me great pleasure to tell you
how much Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has done for me. I
have used It for nine years and I think it
Is the best medicine on earth. It has
saved my life several times. I would
not think of being without a bottle of It
la the house."
Nearei to St. Lonla Than Before.
The Wabash St. Louis Express leaves
Omaha Union station 6:55 p. m.; arrives
St, Louis 7 a. m. WABASH NEW CITY
OFFICE, 1601 Farnam Street.
DANBAUM Mr. L.. at Creston. Is., aged
Funeral from Maul's undertaking parlors
st a. m. today. Interment at Flaaaant
UUli trtouda lavUad. . ... . .
up to five
at 15c a yard,
of ribbon remnants of all kinds of
taffeta and plain colored neck ribbons
sold for 13.00,
iflowherc on Earth
Can you find such a display of
men's low shoes as we can show you
And low shoes are all the go this
year we hardly ever find a man that
wants the high cut shoe.
At $3.60 we offer you a selection
from ten separate and distinct styles
In all leathers.
Patent calf, patent vlci kid, vict
kid, and black Russia.
The medium and extra heavy soles
with extension edges.
Take a look at our east window
and then come In and let us give you
the shoe for a closer Inspection.
Droxel Shoo Co.,
Omaha's t'p-to-date Shoe House,
141 rRNlH STREET.
SCjffflSjnTaCT-CT-T-JI ILUJll JIU..gg!Bg!sa?SBl
You Can Escape
Delng served the ordinary beer If you'll in
sist upon having Mets Bros'.
Nothing la loo gooa iur um 10 use 10
make it the brew beyond compare, and it
is properly aged before Ha placed upon
No biliousness follows Its use rather an
exhilarating effect, and at the same time a
beneficial one through Its tonlo properties.
Metz Bros. Brewing C.,
Telephone lie, Omaha.
Or Jacob Neumsyer. Agt. care Neumayer
Hotel. Council Bluffs, la.
KETW YORK AND RKTIR.
Atlantlo City and Retstrn
July 17th and 31st.
August 7th and 14th.
Stopover privileges allowed at Detroit
and Niagara Falls.
WABASH NEW CITY OFFICE, 1601 Far
Shampooing and halrdr.ssing, tbe, at tbe
Bathery, 211-224 Bee building. Tel. 171$.
tiff 'v-&SJA UP in the mo8t
W,pMlh durable manner.
"bumpers." They have heavy sole leather strops.
They have the latest improved locks and hinges.
The following are the lowest prices ever quoted for
this grade of truuks.
5.00 5.50 6.00 6.50 7.00
Our Midsummer Drug Sale
with a rush, our store being
counter being particularly popular. THIS SALE WILL
LAST THE ENTIRE WEEK,
may be exhausted later on, so an
B11EUMAN & JSI
Figures at left tell the number of pack- 1
ages of goods we have to sell at the
4-10 bottles 11.00 size Pe-ru-na at 65c
This Is the arenulne Pe-ru-na. bearlns
the TOP STRIP label.
About 900 bottles Temptation Tonic at. .29c
This is In prime condition.
68 bottles $1.00 Log Cabin Sarsaparllla
SGO bottles $1.00 Burnham's Beef, Iron
ana wine at 3c
gross tl.00 Burnham's Barsatarilla at..4Kc
2.Sf) bottles Castorla, genuine, at 19c
1,123 bottles Hunyadi Lnjos at 14c
1,736 boxes Mennen's Talcum Powder at. Ho
All goods quoted new and genuine.
2X8 Newbro's Hfrplclde at 75c
1.440 bottles Hay's Hair Health at 2io
720 boxes 50c Kld-ne-olds at 24o
About 10,000 Dc sticks Black Licorice, 2
144 Tromner's Malt Extract at 65o
721) bottles 6o qts, Rhine Wine at 25o
About 2.000 25c bottles Hire's Root Beer
Extract at ; lOo
This is from a shipment just received
from the manufacturer and will make 6
gallonn of Root Heer.
720 bottles Kilmer's Swamp Root at 65o
8,600 bottles Mull's Grape Tonic at 2o
7 Cramer's Kidney Cure, 50c size 29o
900 bottles 25c Thompson's Cherry Phos-
720 Burnham's' SarsapariliaT $1.00 slze'.!'.!45o
Soap and Perfume Prices Paralyzed.
$1.00 Pinaud s Violet Water at 64o
Any Colgate's Perfumes, per ounce.... 24o
Pfnaud's 6c Extracts, per ounce 29o
Plnaud's 75c and 85c Extracts at 39c
This Includes Violet, Relne Violet, Sensa
tion, Chrysanthemums and other Quadruple
and Quintuple Extracts,
boo Pozzonf Powder 24o
Sherman fe M'Connell Drug Co.,
Corner 16th and Dodge. Omaha, Neb.
10th and Farnam Streets, Omaha. '
i . . . - . .
K OMAHA Ona of the best equipped of the Keeley system of Institutes, tTt
T PI PV only Kee7 Institute In Nebraska. Cures Drunkenness. Cures
a 1 I Users. Booklet tree. Addresa all letters to 724 S. lta.
INSTITUTE Home Treatment for Tobacco Habit, cost $3
Not a "Sale
But a regular thing; no hurry about get
ting here on a certain day or hour, nut
you ran have the following goods at the
price quoted 1 bottle to a customer and
we have plenty of them! Did you ever
find us OUT of any staple article, and did
you ever get an Imitation here? If you
are not satlaned with any of the following
when you gut It, bring It back and we ll
pay you MORK KOK IT THAN YOU
ID THAT'S A FA I It DEAL.
Il.tiii Pe-ru-na 54c
$1.00 Temptation Tonic 15c
35c Castoria l!c
2oc Mennen's Talcum Powder 11c
Who ahut us off from buying patents
from everybody they could think of?
5oc Kld-ne-olds 23c
$1.00 Kilmer's Swamp Root Mo
$10i) Wine L'ardul 4o
2ftc Hires' Root Heer KxtrHCt o
10c Hires' Root Beer, carbonated, ready
to drink. for 26c
60e Poizonl Face Powder ii'to
Prescriptions caliefl ror ana uciiverea in
city without extra charge day or night.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
TU T4T. I. w. Car. isitk CatUac.
WHEN YOU BUY A
You are not paying for CHKOMOS. SCUfcMKS, litEE DEALS, ETC, but
iVr FINE QUALITY IIAVANATOBACCO. EQUAL to IMPORTED CIGAR
r. T RICB atEHCANTILH CIGAJl CO.. Maul St Loul Union MaAa,
Today The Ne
braska will place
on special pale a
of trunks, bought
be sold under
price. The pur
chase consists of
100 trunks, made
commenced Monday morning
crowded all day the perfume
but the stock of some articles
early call is advisable.
CONNELL DRUG CO.,
Corner ICth and Dodge.
This Is the regular PV box and comes
In Flesh, White and Brunette.
50c French Rico Powder at 29o
25c box, 3 cakes, Benzoin and Butter
milk feoan 12a
A lot of Hand Mirrors, worth up to
$1.26, your choice 60o
One lot Combs, worth 26c and 35c, your
One lot Perfumes In bottles, Including
all the well known odors and of stand
ard make, worth up to $1.00, this sale..S4o
One lot Hair Brushes, worth up to
$1.00. for 850
25c Quinine and Egg Tar Shampoo
We sell a very complete line ft Medlclrfa
Cases Intended for the use of physicians,
tourists, hunters, campers, etc, also some
tn chest form adapted for home use. Call
and see them.
for the elite olass
NOW ON EARTH.
Onr styles are
proper. Our quality
the best'. Our prices
the lowest. We want
to see you.
Postal Card Will Get It
SAMPLE COPY OF TUB
Twentieth Century Farmer
The Best Agricultural Weekly. AA
areas, Omaha. Neb.
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