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THE OMAHA DATLY BEEt SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1002.
KO ADVANCE IN GRAIN RATES
Omsfct Lioet Do Pot Intend t Ttllow
Kami Oitj'i Lead,
BUMPER CROP WILL NOT BUMP PRICES
Kaaaae Cltr Raidi Amoinrc ITIahrr
j Tariff ta Chlrair aad Missis
sippi River Folate Ba;ln
i alas Thla Month.
Notwithstanding the announcement from
Kansas Cltr that grain rates from that point
to Mississippi river points and Chicago
Will be advanced In view of the bumper
crops tbla year, Omaha freight official say
tha normal rates out of thla city will un
dergo no changes, this, too, In spite of the
enormous harvests of Nebraska and tribu
tary sections. The advances nt Kansas
City will become effective August 15.
Wheat rates will go up to 13 on wheat and
11 cents on other grain to Chicago, 7 cents
en wheat and ( on other grain to the Mis
sissippi river and 15 cents on wheat and
14 on other grain to the Oulf ports. The
present rates are 7 cents on both wheat and
corn to Chicago, 6 cents to the Mississippi
fend 12 cents to the Gulf.
Rata for Masle Festival.'
' The Omaha terminal lines have an
nounced, as a result of their meeting
Thursday, a one and one-third fare for the
round trip to and from Omaha during the
musical carnival of August and September,
this rate to apply on all roads within a
radius of seventy-five miles. Tickets are
to be sold on Wednesdays and Saturdays
and limited for the return to the following
day. While this action is conclusive so far
s the Omaha lines are concerned, its con
firmation rests with the Western Passenger
association, before which all such matters
Anally go. The local men have recom
mended favorable action, which no doubt
KWlll he taken by the association.
onaethlatr New la tha Ballooa Llae
I at Kraft Park.
A rare and startling balloon ascension
Is on the Sunday program at Krug park.
Profs. J. W. Hall and H. Hall both ascend
km a single hot-air bag 94 feet high tha
largest balloon ever sent up in this city
,and tbs first ascension of the kind ever
Jolly Eight club's lively ball this even
ing, Washington hall, 18th and Harney
streets. Fins orchestra. A grand good
time for you. Oents, 25c. Welcome.
Warden's big bargains on page 7.
CAUGHT HIM ON SHELL GAME
JJToaa Weathers Bnaeoed Again by a
, Boajaa Mains la Search
; ' of Assistance.
"Our Frank Shell is at home, yours Is a
jfraud," read telegram in picturesque lack
of punctuation received by City Comptrol
ler Weaiusis. II U from. Cccrje "P. B'nwers.
master of Floyd lodge, A. F. and A. M., of
Alton, la., and was in reply to an Inquiry
sent out Thursday as to the standing of one
Frank Shell, who, claiming to be a Mason
,Jn distress, had applied to Mr. Westberg for
'aid. Tha moment ha read It he knew he
Iliad been taken in on a Shell game. .
The bogus 8hell presented himself at the
comptroller's offloe Thursday and told how
he had been employed as a bollermaker at
Rawlins, Wyo., but had been thrown out of
work as a result of tha strike being settled,
bow his wife had been. killed three weeks
ago In a railroad accident and how he was
left with two little boys on his hands. He
added that lis was a member of Floyd lodge.
No. 6S7, Alton, la., and of Medina ahrine,
fit. Bernard commaodry. No. 85, Chicago.
The story coat Mr. Westberg 12 and a
promise of $10 more.
"The statement about his being a non
union man was where the stroke of genius
came In," aald the comptroller, "as it
seemed to me that no man who was telling
a lie would make himself out a 'scab' wheu
he could Just as well be In good standing
In his union."
A WELL KNOWN ALBANY MAN
eommctada CbamTberlaln'e Colic,
Cholera aad Diarrhoea Remedy.
j About eighteen months ago lit. W. 8.
planning of Albany, N. T., widely ftnown In
(trade circles as the representative of the
Albany Chemical Co., was suffering from a
(protracted attack of diarrhoea. "X tried
Icbamberlaln's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy," he says, "and obtained immediate
(relief. I cheerfully recommend this medl
'clna to those similarly afflicted."
Bee bargain sales on page 7.
,LAW PRACTICE IN PORTO RICO
Amerlcaa aad Spanish Systems Both
Prevail ia Island for
B. 3. Horton Is visiting his brother, R.
8. Horton In this city. Mr. Horton is now
located lnPorto Rico, where he Is prac
ticing law before the federal courts.
"Ws have two systems of law In opera
tion In Porto Rico at this time," said be.
"The federal courts, the Judges appointed
by the president of the United Statea, have
original Jurisdiction In cases Involving
1,000 or more. In these courts the com
mon law practice prevails and many of ths
Statutes of tha United Ststes are applica
ble. The legislature of the Island has re
cently enacted a number of new laws and
modified to a certain extent the laws and
precedents established during the days of
Spanish dominion, but we have the experi
ence of all causes involving less than $1,000
tried by courts where Spanish law and
precedent is supreme. Few American
lawyers practice before the local courts,
and the work of changing the present con
dition will be slow.
"Porto Rico la constantly Improving un
der tha dominion of tha United States. The
ordinary cltlien Is well enough satisfied,
but many of tha prominent families who
held office under Spain are not very well
satisfied with having their graft broken."
' KEEP YOUR
Everything depends on ths
stomach. llorvford's Acid
Phosphate OUHKrJ habit
ual stomach weakness, im
proves appetite, digestion
and nutrition, and removes
tha eau.se of headaches and
'wakefulness. It is a splendid
TO.MO for all weak condi
tions, quickly Improving pen-
eral health, lnnut on having'
uahri1! uai aa ,,,, ssssias hUi
KELLET, STIOKR CO.
aerial Valncw la Women's aad Chll
drea's Hosiery and I'nderwear.
Store open until :0 Saturday evening.
Woman's fsst blsck drop stitched and
plain lisle thread hose, double heel and toe;
for Saturday special, 15c, two for 25c.
Woman's blsck lisle thread snd cotton
hose, drop stitched snd lace patterns,
spliced heel snd toe; special, 25a.
Woman's light weight, fast black hosiery,
maco soles, spliced heel and toe; for Satur
day special, 35c, three for $1.00.
Excellent Value A line of fancy colored
hoajery, lisle thread snd cotton, fancy
stripes snd dslnty pstterns, blue, red, grsy
and green; for Saturday, 85c; three for $1.00.
We have now a full line bf white lisle
hose, drop stitched, lace and boot patterns,
also white and black embroidered, polka
dot and stripes, cool and comfortable;
Children's Hosiery Lisle thread and cot
ton, double knee, heel and toe, also maco
soles and lace patterns, heavy and light
weights, sizes 5 to 9; 'special. 25c.
Woman's vest, richelieu ribbed, low neck,
sleeveless, also short sleeves, crochet edge
and finished with tape; for Saturday, 10c.
Woman's lisle thread vest, low neck,
sleevelees, richelieu ribbed, crochet edge
and allk tape, s regular 36c quality; for
We have a line of women's lisle thread
vests, very light weight, silk tspe, crochet
edge, low neck, sleeveless, chesp at 60c; for
Saturday special. 83o, three for $1.00.
Women's union suits, with umbrella
drawers, trimmed with wide lace; also
Munslng union suits, low neck, sleeveless,
knee length; special, 60c.
KELLEY. STIGER AS CO..
Corner Farnam and Fifteenth Streets.
0XNARD ON RECIPROCITY
Head of American Beet lagsr Com.
pan? Bays Ho Is Opposed
to the Poller.
Henry T. Oxnard was tha anient f nn.
eral Manderson yesterday while passing
mrougn me city.
'I have nothlnr to aar in tha r.nhn
specially at this time, but you may say
for me that I am unalterably opposed to
this Idea of reolnrocltr. it slmnlv mean.
free trade under another name. There
are some strong Institutions la this coun
try which have' under a. avar
protection grown to such proportions that
they cannot only manufacture all of the
goods In their lines that the country needs,
but in order to obtain the most satisfac
tory results for their owners mnar
Into foreign msrkets. They are willing to
sacrmce tne smaller and newer concerns to
gain a market. The beneficiaries of the
protective system for years have been will
ing to have the system annulled tnr th.ir
benefit and admit to this country free every
thing which they do not manufacture in
order to gain a market abroad.
The beet sugar industrv in tha went h.
never been In better ahana than it i. t-
day. There are manv farmers whn ir v.
ginning for the first time to see the bene-
nis wnicn may accrue to them, while oth
ers have long ago derived benefit from the
location or tne factories.
There is no truth In the rumor that h
American Sugar Refining company has se
cured stock In the American Baet fluvar
company. So far ss I know none of the
boock in tne latter company la held by
holders of the other stock. Really, how
ever, I have nothing to say except to
emphasize my objection to reciprocity,"
On tho Mllv.nltee Railway.
For a short or a lotg vacation this beau
tiful lake offers ths most economical yet
delightful outing that is available for
Quickly and easily reached from Omaha
via tho Milwaukee railway, altitude al
most 2,000 feet, sir always cool and in
vigorating. A beautiful, clear, deep lake
with high shores, picturesquely timbered
with hardwood trees. Excellent . fishing,
boating and bathing. Moderate-priced, but
good hotels- This is a list of advantages
not to be equaled. Full information cheer
fully furnished at the Milwaukee Railway
City Office, 1604 Farnam 'Street.
F. A. NASH. General Western Agent.
On Tuesday, August B, the next Home-
seekers' excursion will leave Omaha via
Missouri Paclfto to certain points in south
west Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas,
stc. Limit of ticket, 21 days. Rate, one
fare plus $2 for the round trip. For in
formation, land pamphlets, etc., call on
any agent of the company, or
T. F. OODFABY, P. A T. A.,
S. E. Corner Hto and Douglas fits.,
Publish your legal notices In The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 233.
Yon Ar. invited
To sttend the great annual
Grocers' and Butchers' union
At Missouri Valley Park.
Special trains from Union Depot
Via "The Northwestern Line,"
Thursday, Aug. Tth, ( a. m.
Dancing, Mualo, Games, Races.
All kinds of Amusement.
"Every store closed on that day."
Tickets at all Groceries snd Butcher shops.
Or at Deiot.
Look for big sales on page 7.
CHICAGO BLANKETS 0MAHANS
Windy City Men Corral All Offices
at Coavoatloa of Railway
The delegates to tha ronrontlnn nf .
Assoctstion of the Railway Mali Clerks of
the Sixth division have returned from Chi
cago, where the convention was hid.
Omaha failed to land any of the officers of
tne division, the "Chicago push" being
lined up against them at every point. O.
H. Worley, Omaha's candidate for delegate,
was made first alternate to the national
convention at Buffalo, but he was the only
umana man to get on the list.
Ths Omaha branch of tha aaa
with a number of visitors from the Lincoln
branch. Will hold a Clonic Eaturriav at
Courtiand beach, at which ths usual games
ana races will be held.
The following births and deaths were re-
Dorteri at ft,,, riffle i - i -.
auring the twnty-four Lours ending Fri-
Births-Hans Kaufman. Twenty-ninth
f,"? ,Vup?nSn streets boy; W. B. Benson,
13m North Twentieth strvet. girl; R. Ifuh
ler, 1) North Seventeenth street, boy;
Benjamin Mclnnernev, (tut South Thirty
etxth etreet. girl; Theodore Miller. 17H
North Thlrtanth .r i. . V.v
on- Wu2 South Thlrtleih street, girl; Kd-
glrl 1",rltr. 1144 ooutn Thirtieth street,
IJeatha-Mra. Cteus Sustofson, OaKland,
Neb., aged 43 years; Jo-ph tlee. 3144 Mason
street. uti 3fi vwara- f , u . ,
?i t"d ohl "'. sd month;
1 . "! eenm ana Ohio atrvets.
aged 4 months; William W. Seburg. lljf
South Nineteenth street, aged 64 years-
Sd is day's; oamul R. K kid's, t'lore.e!
street, sped M yeara; Hamilton V. W rr
Uaime, l.Xt Jscksua street, sgd U ttajs.
PRICE-SLASHING OF MEN'S
SUMMER OUTING SUITS
For. the choice of any fancy colored Rog
ers, Feet & Co's. suit In the house. Suits
that sold at 122.60, $25.00 snd $27.50 at
$4 and $5 Double Breasted
Serge Coats, $1.98
Men's skeleton double breasted serge
coats, accumulated odds QQ
and ends, worth $5, each.
3,000 pairs of men's $3.50 and $4 fancy
worsted and flannel pants, all of this
season's newest designs, In a won
derful array of patterns, only one
pair to a customer 421 'I O LZZ
st, pair kPltlJU
$1.00 Men's Light and Dark
3 Striped iWicc Coats, in
H On sale today, eadj.. -wG
August I to 14, 23, 24, 30 snd 31.
Return limit October 31.
CHAUFFEURS UP-IN PROTEST
Will Petltloa Park Board to Modify
Its Rales Governing the
The Automobile club ot Omaha, X. Rlsley,
president. Is preparing to petition the Board
ot Park Commissioners to rescind Its order
under which motor vehicles are excluded
from the. boulevards. . The matter will be
taken up at the next meeting of the club
and a committee will be appointed to con
fer with the board.
"I think the rule Is unjust," said Presi
dent Rlsley. "The club dors not care so
much for being excluded from the parks,
but we believe that we ought to be per
mitted to use the boulevards, since they
are about the only thoroughfares of the
city that are suitable for automobillng. It
Is absurd to say that horses sre afraid of
automobiles; they are not, elnce they are
accustomed to trolley . cars. . The only
horses that are afraid of automobiles are
horses from the country, and If we are
going to make our laws to accommodate
them we'll have to exclude street cars
from the streets and build sheds over the
steam car tracks.
"We have tried hard to avoid accidents
of whatever kind, and thus far we have
eucceeded. I don't , think the park board
wants to discourage automobillng In
Omaha, but this will be the effect of this
iule if it is allnwd to stand."
City Comptroller Westberg has an ordi
nance prescribing a set ot rules for chauf
feurs and placing the maximum apeed at
twelve miles sn hour, which he will re
port to the city council next Tuesday even
ing. This ordinance has received the en
dorsement of the Autumoblls club of
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank the friends and neigh
bors for the kindness and sympathy shown
us In our lets bereavement.
MR. AND MR3. SAM CROWLET.
Bargain sales oil page 7.
$15 Wool Crashes
k J $5
$10 Serge & Flannel
Right In ths midst of the hot
weather season we offer you tho
choice of our stock of
at Less Than
Every garment thoroughly tailored,
made of the finest single and double
breasted serges, flannels, 'vool crashes
utlng coats and pants, high grade
all worsteds, cheviots, homespuns,
Scotch tweeds In three piece suits;
while the slses are greatly broken,
we can yet fit all sixes of men. There
Is not one suit lu the lot worth less
than $10.00 and as high as $15.00
Tour unrestricted choice tor Satur
1,000 men's odd vests, strictly all
wool materials, 34 to 42 sizes
29c Boys' Washable
ages I to 10 years
worth 75c, now ,,
Boy's Washable Knee Pants,
worth 25c now. IUC
Ask about our low rates to California,
Utah and tha Black Bills.
Ticket Off Ics i
Boys Day at Drexels
As ws are overstocked on boys' and
youth's canvas shoes, ws have selected
several lines to close out Boys' can
vas shoes, sixes ti to SV, go at fOe;
youth's eanvaa shoes, sties 12 to 1. go
sow for S5e; little gents' canvas shoes
sixes 10 to 12 H. for SOc.
Ws are still selling best youth's
and boys' shoes oa earth for $1.50
Rock: oak soles In every pair.
Droxcl Shoo Co.,
Oaaaha'a Ca-ta-dat Shee Uaoae,
SALE OF PANTS
100 pair of men's canvas
shoes go on sale Saturday
morning. The values are ex
traordinary. We took all the
maker had. They are worth
$2 a pair, as long$1 CC
as they last, pair. laVy V
FOR ALL CLASSES
The merchant and tha mechanlo fsror It
Ths rich and the poor enjoy It The aotlre
snd the Infirm are benefited br It. Met.
beer Is, tn short, a' perfect brew. Purs,
wholesome, strengthening. Highly recom
mended ss a tonic and a stimulant The
beer ot quality the best
Aletz Bros. Brewing Co.
Tel. lt, Oataaa.
Or Jacob Neumarer, Agt, cars Neumajrer
Hotel. Council Bluffs. lows.
Tou can't always judge s shoe by
what It weighs. Just sow you don't
want s heavy ahoe, anyway.
You do want shoes that will
stand the wear, that will guard
your ' feet from hard knocks
and that will yet be com
fortable and attractive la ap
pearance. Men who wear our "Onlmod" $3.50
or $2.50 shoes say they srs all s good
shoe ought to be.
203 South 15th St.
Takes 15 Minutes More
Time now to give an order and I or t days
more time to get the goods that's all the
difference there la when you are shut off!
It don't scare us a bit any more. The
Omaha Combine bad Mr. Halllday come
out here and tell ua his new scheme but
we still have all the goods we need. They
employed a detective YES THEY DID
to see If he could SPOT our source of
supply but as we haven't seen him lately
Suess he got ashamed ot his job. Ob. it
i a brilliant scheme shut a store off
keep him from buying when he has the
Srlce to pay!
Carter s Little Liver Pills lOc
25c Laxative Broino Quinine 120
ibe Mennen's Talcum Powder lie
2 so E.kay s Food 15c
2.So Luxacola 2c
26o tromo Seltxer 2uj
2Sc Cascaretts 20c
26o Tetlow's Bwanxdown 15c
2&c Weslmall's Coldoida u0
OPEN ALL, NIGHT.
Tat T4T. I. W. Car. IStst aad Chlaaa.
tor ; aWriHisj r.i, l
Tuf. Penrmojal, not infi fsl'ure; longest, inuat
1 f sn .oouiaiB
viMuiMw tawa rciievaa ia m imw amy; t.uu tw
Buy Tho Sunday Boo
Bright and' early, we begin the most marrelous sale ever chron
icled in the history of "The Nebraska."
We will Place on Special Sale 623 Pairs
of Men's Pants at $2.50.
Not a pair worth less than $5.00 and some as
much as $6.00
They are the accumulation of our regular stock and those left
over from expensive suits. Among them are some of the choicest
worsteds and cassimeres. They are the greatest values ever of-,
fered. We want to sell them all in one day. Therefore, will of
fer these wonderful high grade pants (XL J "V
this remarkable low price
0n Ladies' Oxfords
Saturday, we will sell wo
men's . oxfords that are
worth f2.50, for $1.50, made
on all new lasts. They are
all day ..1JJ
On account of the backward season,
we place on sale Saturday
Every Shirt Waist in
house $1.00, $1,50
and $2,00 values
Straw Hat in the
store now- ..
107 SOUTH I5TH.
Lilliputian August Trade Makers.
' BOYS' FLANNEL AND HOMESPUN SUIT8 THAT ARE EXCEI-L231IT VALUES
AT DOUBLE CLEARING SALE PRICE. $3. 95. THERE ARB BAILORS AND NOR
FOLK S. DOUBLE AND SINOLE BREASTED SUITS AT ONE SPECIAL PP.ICB. $$.95.
AMONG OTHER SPECIALS NOW RUNNIINO STRAW HATS AND WASH SUITS,
S3V4 PER CENT OFF. BOYS' $1.25, $1.00 AND 90o BLOUSES NOWONB SPECIAL,
PRICE, 75o. GIRLS' WASH DRESSES, 20 PER CENT OFF. MISSES' SHtRT WAIST
SUITS. $7.60 VALUES AT $160. 15o HOSE, 10c LIMIT I PAIRS. BLACK AND COL
ORED 260 LACE HOSB AT 15o.
H IT'S - U."
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS (HO.) WATERS
We are sole wholesale distributors for these famous waters and a carload ship,
ment Is now on the way. Excelsior Springs, Mo., bids fair to become ths greatest
health resort in ths world. Its healthful waters are attracting people from far
and near and none are dsappolnted. But you need sot Incur the expense and loss
of time Incident to a trip. We have the famous waters, bottled, and you can get all
the benefits at home. "
BULI'HO-S ALINE A laxative water for dyspepsia and alt stomach troubles. It
REGENT Best known remedy for sll kinder troubles and Brlght'a disease. The
only Iron-manganese water bottled In the U. S. Highly commended by physicians.
Bold in dozen or case lots by all first-class druggists or ws will deliver to you
CACKLE V BROS.
Ws sell fine California wines and Kentucky and Maryland whiskies.
Opposite Postofflce. Telephone Hit. .
Postal Card Will Get It
SAMPLX COPT OF THB
Twentieth Century Farmer
The Best Agricultural Weekly. Ad
dress, Omaha, Neb.
REOCXAR AS A CLOCK
' Are th. L.4IM vhs mm
Ne Bacrulnty. a worry, so supprmloB. but Bat
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Writ, for circular or aa.4 H o for UNB BOX. roT.
Bold M Bbansaa a m oan.ii Drua Ca.. tar. lSta
BS4 lAMl. lUMUi Ooiaka, N.B,
AJJ S w 1 B
Any Straw Hat in
the House for 45c
DO YOU, REALIZE WHAT
THAT MEANS? IF SO,
COME SATURDAY. SOME
ARE WORTH $1.75, SOME
?1.50, SOME $1.00.
1 the en
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These suffering from weak
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of life should take a dollar bot-
tie of Juven PUls. One bottle
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create profound wonder. This medicine has
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This is 16 worth of medicine for one dollar.
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