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Extra Shoe Specials for Saturday
Th oxffiM seaeon hat been very backward and we bar, too many oxfords on hand
ut loe them out regartle. of what they coat. Tboueands of pair mad by
th v.ry fc,Jt makera in tha eoontry-sll lo th new styles.
Tour choice of Brooka Broe. oxford, worth $3.69
and $4.00, at
Tour cholca of Ultra oxforda, worth $8.80 ,
Tour cholca of hand-turned and welt oxforda, worth $3.00, at II. 83
Tour choice of Stetson oxforda, worth 5.00, at $3.48.
Tour cholca of Croasett oxforda, worth $3.60, at $2.4.
Tour choice of Crown oxforda, worth $3.00
Tour choice Racine Shoe Co. oxforda, samples, worth
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00, at
' Women's patent calf colonials, worth $2.60, at $1.48.
Misses' patent calf colonial, worth $1.60, at 06c.
Child' patent calf colonials, worth $1.86, at 85c.
Women' 'tnen oxforda, worth $1.60, at 85c. .
Boy' and youth' tinea thoee, worth $1.26, at $5o.
Come In SATURDAY and eno up the family snd take advantage
of thla apeclal CUT PRICE aal. Sole agent fn Omaha for the
celebrated Stetson and C roseett ahoea for men and the Brooka Bro.,
Ultra and Orover ahoea for women.
en's Furnishing Salo to's50W,S!25c
600 doxen men'a fine Hal embroidered and lac socka In black and all other color
In fancy MrpA, and figure, mad to aell at 60c and 75c, on aal at 25a.
MEN'S 2Se FANCT COLORED BOCKS AT 10c
i 1,000 dosen men'a tin cotton. In blue, red, black and fancy atrlpea and figures, all
aeamleea and worth up to 25c, on aale at 10c
Meo.'a 60o auspendera at 25c all atylea with leather enda or silk ends, regular 60c
values, at 85c ' .
Men'a $1.25 colored shirt at 40c. All th men'a colored and white negligee shlrta
. that, aold up to $1.25, on aala at 49c.
Ladies' Furnishings and Underwear
We have just received a line of ladle' wool sweater In all colore and latest style,
at $1.98. $2.98 and $3 50.
Ladle' wool golf vest In aaaorted color and latest atylea, at $2.60.
Fletcher' Shetland floa In black, white and all colore, at 8c per akeln.
Germantown tephyr in black, white and all color, 80 per akeln.
Imported Saxony In all colore at to per akeln.
Ice wool In black and white at 10c per ball.
SI.C3 Lluslin Underwear for 39ey
W will place on sale one lot of ladlea' . Ladle' fin fancy lisle thread vest, in
fine muni In underwear In drawers, gownelplslnllslesanddropetltcb.es; worth 25c, at
and corset cover, mad of fancy cambrlo j 10o.
trimmed wttn rume or embroidery ana ic ,
and double rows of One Insertion; regular
price $1.00, on sal for one day at 39c.
Optica! Dsptj Spec
Best duality . crystal lenses. LOWEST
VRICE8. FttUftd without charge by expert
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SPECIAL OFFICERS A BURDEN
0u'.ird Employed by Coal Min Owners
If amber fir Thousand.
COST TO DATE NEARLY TWO MILLION
T)eldea Farm Their Dolly Was
tfc Compaalea Art Okll;4 to
Also Sapply Them with
Food and L'a;laT.
WILKE8BARRE, Pa., Aug. 22. It I esti
mated that the coal and Iron policemen
now guarding th Idle collieries In four
eountlea of th anthracite region number
8.000. . ,
Th employment of ao many apeclal
guard haa necessitated an expenditure by
th companies to date of $1,800,000. Be
tide paying tho special policemen a dally
wag, th companlea aupply them with food
and lodging. ' "
Every company In th anthraclt district
and nearly every washery baa Ita quota of
police.. - The commiaslons are all granted
by Governor Stono at Harrliburg and the
companies pay for tha granting and record
ing of each commission. Of this aum $2
low to th state and $2 to th county.
Striker C!o Collieries.
WILKESBARRB. Pa., Aug. 22. Th But
ler washery and th Dodge colliery of th
Delaware. Lackawanna Weatern company.
In which operations had recently been re-
Burned, were closed today by striking min
er. . At th Butler washery -th meo
inarched out In a body.
It la aaserted by th men that all through
last' night atrlker In ambush kepi up a
continuous fir on tha washery and the abed
In which the orrn'n slept. Not being af
forded sufficient protection, tha men ay,
they decided to suspend operation.
Eighty workmen had been employed at
the Dodge colliery and the striker pre
vailed upon them to lrav th Working.
TAMAQVA, Pa.. Aug. 22. Today th mine
worker sent a petition to -Governor Ston
aaklng that th troop b recalled. It I
rumored her that th Lehigh Coal and
Navigation company la preparing to inln
coal under th protection of th troop.
roe officlala refu to affirm or deny th
Bilk Worker Rtlira to Mill.
NEW TORK, Aug. 23 A lumbar of strlk
rs who quit work in th allk mill of Jersey
City ta sympathy with th Pteroa trlkr
returned to work today. Two hundred of
them went to work In one mill. -At another
mill, where about 100 person ar .employed,
quite a nuinpcr have already returned to
work and uor ar expected. Ther waa n
occasion to summon th police, aa every
thing was quiet at all th mill today.
DIES WHILE, HIS BAND PLAYS
Saaaael Trror. Poaatd of Pryora
Baad, Paaae Away LlatoalagT ta
Toaea ( Lively afaale.
8T. JOSEPH. Mo.. Aug. 22. Samuel Pryor,
founder of Pryor' band and father of Arthur
Pryor, the celebrated trombonlat. now tour
ing with Sousa, died today of a gastrlo dls
tas. Prof. Pryor waa on of th Interesting
charactera of this city, 68 years of age. and
had eever perforated a dey'a labor at any
thing except music.
HI band haa filled engagement- In- many
of tfc leading oitlea of th country. In re
poo to a request of th dying baadmastar
aU mVslclaoa played lively airs for him as
be passed away, evra pit being of hi
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au MUBiuaion in inenc erent mivr. nt Ilnrilon Urn- v. an vnn vr ,n,i horM v I-- i,
Laier usie tnresa combination suit.
In umbrella atyle, lace trimmed, worth 60c,
on aala at 86c.
Drug Prices Cut
$1.00 FERtNA (genuine), at IJc
25c cunc perfume at 10c.
25c box Talcum at 10c.
60c Syrup of Flga (California), at 80c
$1.00 Win of Cardul, 49c.
$1.00 Roe Kidney Cure, 68c.
$1.00 Kramer' Kidney Cure, 48c.
$1.00 Bromo Seltser, 69e.
S-graln Llthia Tablets, 20c.
75o Holl'a Catarrh Cure, 65c.
$1.00 Samaon'a Nutloa Tonic,' 49c.
1 box SeidllU Powder, 15c.
W cut oa all patent toilet article.
RENEW HUNTJF0R BARTHOLIN
Chicago Police Bead Eaertrs Toward
Devlsta Some Plan to Locate
CHICAGO, Aug. 22. Th Chicgo pollc
todty bent their energies toward devialng
aom new mean by which to land lr their
drag net the fugitive, William Bartholin,
charged with the murder of hi mother,
Mr. Ann Bartholin, and hi wtnert,
Circular containing a more recent picture
of the mlaatng man than haa been yet Issued
by th department are being prepared and
win oe aent broadcast over the country to
day. Llttl light waa ahad on th mystery
of th murder today. Edward Counaelman,
th Intlmat friend of Bartholin, who waa
held yesterday by th eoroner'a Jury for
complicity In th murder, waa removed to
the county jail.
Inspector Hunt mad evral effort to In
due th prisoner to talk, but they wer
fruitless. Ccunaelmaa waa greatly agitated
and cried frequently, but would confess to
nothing. A new. letter, auppoied to hare
been written by Bartholin, waa found today
at on Hundred and Nineteenth street and
Michigan avnu. It bore the date of August
8 and wa addressed to "Friend George,"
aaklng that th friend meet Bartholin at tha
POSSE PURSUES MURDERERS
Crowd at Determined Me Will Tap.
tare Baad of Keataekr Oat.
lawa Dead or Alive.
MIDDLESBORO, Ky.. Aug. 22. An organ
ised posse will leave Freeling, Va., tonight
for the purpose ot pursuing the George Pot
ter band of outlawa, who are aald to be
guilty of several murders, robberies and
numerous other offenses.
Their last crime waa an assault on Miss
Cora Wallla. a' prominent young woman.
George Potter, the leader and principal la
the affair, waa pursued by a posse and rid
dled with bullet. HI comradea escaped
and fled to the Kentucky border. The
Freeling posae will tak them dead or alive.
COAL ADVANCES IN CHICAGO
Price I Klae Dollar Per Tea for
Anthracite, Belaa; Jump (
CHICAGO, Aug. 22. Anthraclt roal ad
vanced to $9 a ton her today. This Is a
Jump of $1 a ton alnce Wednesday. Coal
stocks ar so nearly depleted that even at
thla rate th gradually Increasing demand
cannot be met.
Fear ot a fallu.- to settle the coal atrlke
at aa early date la th cauae. Conaervattve
dealers, however, are advising their cus
tomers to hold oft In tha belief that coal
mining must resume before exorbitant rate
TRIBUTE TO LATE PRESIDENT
Mayer at. BasTalo Saaveat Mesnerlal
er vires oa Klret Aaalvereary
f Death at McKlaley.
BUFFALO, N. T.. Aug. 22. Mayor Knight
haa Issued a proclamation suggesting that
oa 8unday, September 14. the first anni
versary of the death of President McKlnley,
msmr'.&! terriers to held in all of the
rhurrhva In Buffalo aad that the rlty Ka
draped with th flag of our country.
11 baa appointed a committee to arrange
for other apeelal observance fitting th
occasion. He further suggests that on the
day following th anniversary special ex
ercise be held la the publio school.
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE; SATURDAY,
- EflBDEB EM1V SEIOUO
excursionists should moke
Gloak Department Specials
Making thl great, growing clonk department more popular every day.
GRAND WRAPPER SALE
For Saturday and Saturday evening we put on sale 8,000 doxen wrapper one lot
of our $1 00 wrappera at 60c a big lot of regular $2.00 wrappera at 98c.
HAYDEH'S Special Sale on
See our grand 16th street window display of clothing. The
most remarkable value ever offered. We're headquarter for thos
parent who like to see their lads well dressed at little cost.
The garment ar a perfect fitting a. the men's. Note partic
ularly the careful making; all garments atrongly silk and linen
ewed throughout; all point of wear thoroughly reinforced. Hay
den boy' ult keep their shape and wear practically twice aa
long aa the ordinary grade. In thl tremendous tale the price
are half, and in many case even less, than half the regular quota
tions. Call in and aee these. A splendid chance to secure your
boys' school suit at a bargain.
675 boy' suits, In Cheviot and caastmerea, gray mixtures and
plaid, In'vestee, Norfolk and double-breasted styles, worth $3.00
and $3.25, aale price only $1.50.
630 boya' suits, In a great variety of very pretty patterns. In
brown mixtures, oxford gray, pin check and plain c&sslmeres and
chevlota, these are handsome suit and guaranteed to wear; they
are worth $3.75 to $4.75, In thla tale only $1.95.
The best bargain of alt are th boy' suit we offer In thl sale
at $2.50. They Include some of th beat ault In the house; In finest
cheviots, casslmeres, worsteds and serges, In plain color and
Scotch plaids, In Norfolk and double-breasted styles; some of these
suits are worth up to $7.60, sale price only $2.50.
Mall Orders Killed.
Good News for Silk Buyers
The wholesale New Tork allk stock from
th Boschram Eldredge Co. will be placed
on aale Monday, Aug. 25th. Here Is an
opporttnity for the ladles of Omaha and
vicinity to partake of thla greatest bar
gain allk offering that wa ever known.
A wonder sale of fin silka In blacka and
all colore. Many of th newest and rich
MANILA CHEERS FOR TAFT
Gives th Civil Governor a lousing Wsl
com Horns. '
CHAFFEE RETURNS, BUT UNDECIDED
He Ha Xot Yet Determined What
ta Do with Moroa Tart Re
port oa Nearotlatfon
MANILA. Aug. 22. Civil Governor Taft
reached here at daylight on board the gun
boat General Alvala, from the Straits set
tlements. He waa welcomed with an en
thusiastic popular demonstration.
The day haa been made a holiday. Eight
arches were erected. Twenty thousand
natlvea from adjoining provinces partici
pated in the demonstrations In honor of tho
governor's arrival., There was a parade of
vessel In the bay and thirty decorated
craft carrying members of the civil commls-
islon, military officers and the reception
committee met the gunboat down th beach
j and escorted it to the entrance of th Pas g
river, ine governor waa escorted by a
large procession to the palsca In the walled
city, where a public reception waa held.
Responding to an addresa of welcome,
Governor Taft outlined the ncgotlatlona at
Rome and aald that all church questions
were progressing toward a aatlsfactory aet
tlement. The governor aald the action
taken by congress concern ng the Philip
pine islands showed that the American peo
ple honestly desired to help the Filipinos.
The Americans were determined the Is
lands should not hi exploited by Americans
at the expense cf the Filipinos. Governor
Tsft predicted that eventually the archi
pelago will have practically tree trade and
he congratulated the Filipino people on th
restoration of peace. He advised tb Fili
pino to till their soil rather than waate
time In aenseless political agitation. He
asked for the'.r confidence and support.
Governor Taft waa given an . ovation on
the streets during his progress to the pal
ace, and be received another ovation at
ChaaTee Also Retaraa.
General Chaffee returned to Manila to
day from his tour of the southern Islands.
He baa not taken definite action against
the Mindanao Moroa. He regards the situa
tion there a uncertain, but not critical.
General Chaffee still hopes that moral
auaslon may prevent a conflict, and has
directed Captain John J. Pershing of the
Fifteenth Infantry, commander of the Amer. 1
lean column at Lake Lanao, to open com
munication with the aultan of Bacolod and
ascertain the reason for the repeated at
tacka by Moroa on American soldiers when
th latter were not on the offenalv. He
will await a reply from the aultan before
taking further atepa. At one place General
Chaffee conferred with a number of Moro
chief. Including aome from the Lake Lanao
district. The conference waa quite friendly
and tha leading chief agreed to vialt Cap
MISTAKES SON FOR BURGLAR
Pastor of Colored Baptist tharrh
Shoots srtad Kill. HI Bis.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 22 -At CarlinvHl. 111.,
! nljM Rev Henry T'JTBer. of the
colored Baptlat church, shot and killed his
8-year-old aoa, whom he mistook for a bur
glar. Tha father, who wa heartbroken over th
affair, waa arreatod. but today th coroner'
Jury discharged him from custody, ending
themselVwM at home at Havden Hrn. Fverv neenrnmnr. ,.... K '
2'0 women' new tailor made aulta, early
fall prlcea, $15 00 and $20.00.
1,000 women aklrta In all the new styles,
on aal Saturday at $2.98, $4.98 and $6.98.
500 women sl.k skirts at $5.98, $8.98 and
2C0 women' tailor made uit 'at $6.98,
$8.98 and $12.00.
200 women' light weight Jacket tor early
fall wear, at $2.98, 33.98 and $5.00.
400 allk walats, all the new atylea, at $3.98
B0 doxen women' mercerised underskirts
at 9c and $1.50.
All th above good were secured by our
New Tork buyer on hi recent trip to New
Tork for spot cash at astonishingly low
Boys' and Children's Clothing;
est novelties, the. extreme of fashion In
elaborate high art Bilks, bought by us at
a marvelous reduction from the regular
price, and they will be sold at the most
sensational prlcea that were ever named
on auch high grade Silks. Taffetas, Peau ds
8oie, Crepe d China, Fancies, Bilk, Vel
vet and Corduroy.
Watch Sunday' paper. A.
that tha ahootlng wa the result of a mis
take DEATH RECORD.
Stephen A, Davie at Rest.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb.. Aug. 22. (Spe
cial.) Impressive funeral services were
held over the remains of the late Stephen
A. Davla at the family residence In thla
olty tbia morning by Rev. Aaa Sleeth, as
alsted by the pastors ot the other churches
here. "Nearer, My God, to Thee," and
other selections were sung by a chosen
choir. There were beautiful floral offer
ings In abundance. After the largely at
tended aervtce the body waa taken to the
home of. tha deceaied's mother, near
Nehawka, who Is 81 years of age. It was
then taken to the Mount Pleasant ceme
tery and laid to real. .
Haarh McGlaala, Hamholdt.
HUMBOLDT, Neb.. Aug. 22. (Special.)
Hugh McOlnnl. a prominent young farmer
living with hla father, Joaepb McGlnnla,
fifteen miles southeast of this city, died
yesterday. The young man was married
oaly a year ago August 1, bringing hla
bride home from a trip to Oklahoma,
where he went to participate In the fa
mous drawing of government land. He
drew a valuable quarter la the El Reno
district, but was never able to derive much
benefit therefrom, hla alckness coming upon
him aoon thereafter.
Mr. Elisabeth Eshleman.
SEWARD, Neb.. Aug. 22. (Special.)
Mr. Elizabeth Eshleman died very sud
denly Tuesday at her horn near Pleaianl
, Dal. Th funeral services wer hld yes
terday morning and th remain were
j brought to Seward for ahipment to her old
1 home In Ohio. Mr. Eshleman was 83
I years ot aga and up to a few montba ago
' rcalded In Seward with her grandson, H. C.
Joha Farlow, Beatrice,
BEATRICE, Neb., Aug. 22. (Special.)
John Farlow, an old and highly respected
resident of this city, died last night, aged
84 yeara. The remalna wer taken to Bed
ford, la., for Interment.
Bait Redaelloa Work.
BUTTE. Mont., Aug. 22 The reverbera
tory building of tho Butte Reduction works,
owned by Sens tor W. A. Clark, waa totally
destroyed by fire this afternoon. The Are
originated at furnace No. 1 and waa caused
by the roof of tho furnace caving In. The
Icaa .will amount to $30,000, on which there
la Insurance ot $15,000. The loss of the
reverbe ratory will neceasltat the closing
of th smelter and of three mine which
upplied It with ore. About 1,000 men
will be thrown out of work for about two
fatholle Protectory, Westchester.
NEW TORK. Aug. 22. A Are of unknown
origin started today In the tower ot the
main building of the Catholic protectory
In Westchester. Owing to Insufflo ent water
preaaure the building was for some time In
serious danger, but th Or department ot
th institution composed of fifty boys, held
th flame until the arrival of two engines,
when th flames wer extinguished. The
damage Is estimated at $10,000.
Two Vlolfcie Game .awa.
TTNDALL, g. D., Aug. 22. (Special.)
tTharlea Blasek and Louis Kocurek paid a
fine of $40 and $11 cot for killing four
pralrl chicken. Viol it or of th gam
lawa win b strictly dealt wKh ta this
AUGUST 23, 1002.
3 Be SP
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Grand Honey Saving
8 lb, rolled oati. 10c.
Whole wheat flour, per pound, 8c.
Frurn'e Wheat Breakfast Food, 12He.
I lbs. good broken lice, 10c.
Iba. peart barley, 10c.
Shrtddrd cocoanut, per pound 20c
Hasty Jr llycon, per pkge, 7Vjc.
loo bottle Blue only 6c.
Medicated Tar Soap, per bar, $Hc
Silver Brand Condensed cream, 10c.
Fure tomato catsup, per bottle, 10c.
Oil or mustard sardine, 4c.
Fancy blood red salmon, per can, 10c.
Imported sardine, per can, 10c.
Wisconsin cream cheese, 2Ho.
Wisconsin brick cheese, 12Vtc.
Domestic Swiss cheese, 17c.
Bwltiel cheese, each, lc.
Toung America cheese, 13Hc.
Buy Ycur Fish at Kaydsn's
Norway herring, per lb., 10c.
Fancy family white fish, per lb., 4Hc
Cod fish, par pound, 8Ve.
Russian sardines, per lb., 12Vc.
Buffer and Eggs
Separator creamery, a choice, quick flav
ored table butter, 20c.
Choice dairy, a good table butter, 18c.
Country butter at 124c.
No. 1 California hama, 84c.
Chipped dried beef, per lb., 12c.
3-lb. cans best brand lard, 84c.
Minced hams, 8 l-3c.
Pickled pigs feet, per lb., 4c.
Boneless corned beef, 6Vc.
Totted meats, assorted, 3 He
Cooked corned beef, per can, 12He.
Fresh- dressed spring chicken, 13 Ho.
We have the largest aasortment of fancy
fresh fruits In th city. Call and convlnc
Saturday is Ribbon Day
85c wash taffeta ribbons, per yard, 10c.
25c new fancy ribbons, per yard, 9c.
15a ribbon at 74c.
10c and 12Ae ribbons at 4Vc.
Ladles' wash neckwear worth up to 60c,
Big Linen Sale
Monday, August 25th, Hayden'a big linen
tale will take? place. Table linens, napkin
nd towel at unheard of low price. Watch
Sunday papers for further announcements.
FUEL SCARCITY A HANDICAP
80ft Goal and O01 Output InadtquaU and
Industnea Art Seriously Bstarded.
FREIGHT TRAFFIC BADLY CONGESTED
Cnrrent Trade of Good Vol a me, How
ever, and. Oatlook Brlaht, Thoaash
Weather Condition Are
NEW YORK, Aug. 22. R. O. Dun ft Co.'
Weekly Review of Trade will aay:
Fuel scarcity is still a serious Industrial
handicap. The protracted idleness at an
thracite mines Increased the pressure for
soft coal and coke and despite new records
Cf output deliveries are utterly Inadequate
owing to the lack of motive power. The in
creasing call for transporting facilities on
crop account gives little, prospect ot early
Notwithstanding the congestion railway
earnings thus tar reported for August show
gains uf 3.4 per cent over last year and 17
per cent over 1K). Weather conditiona
have been leMs uniformly favorable for
agricultural products, yet no sever loss Is
reported. Current trade la of good volume
for. the season, while the outlook for the
future Is bright, buyers are numeroua In
all the market, placing order liberally at
well auetalned prices.
As the blast furnace capacity of thl
country decreases through want of fuel
foreign pig iron 1 purchased more freely
and bcotch warrants have advanced be
cause of the steady demand. Domestic
needs are now far beyond all precedent and
even with the available home capacity ac
tive there would be Imports less than are
now arriving. There la much that Is
f ratifying- in this state of affairs, but there
s also a drawback. During the recent
period for exceptional domestic demand
many export order have been sacrificed
which German and Belgian makers se
cured. Output of the t'onnellsvllle region
Continue above ail record, but locks ac
cumulate. Textile mills are well occupied, business
gradually increasing In the cotton good
and quick delivery show that stocks ar
low. Export trade in brown cottons la In
slajnlflcant, but more Inquiries are reported.
New lines of lightweight woolena and
worsted for j)rlnj wear are now fully
opened and buyera are replacing much
bunions. Quotation are steadily main
tained, with the market in healthy condi
tion. There is no evidence that aunule-
mentary orders will command higher prices.
especially it raw wooi makes any runner
Footwear shops at the east have aaaur
ancea of full operation for two months, al
though there is much complaint of quota
tions In connection with the sensational
movement of the material. Packer hides at
Chicago have attained new high record
price and oak sole leather hss advanced.
There 1 a genera) disposition to delay
making contracts at prea-nt quotations,
legltlmnte purchasers of material (earing
an artificial element In the market, and
shoe manufacturers will be cautious while
spring contracts are under consideration.
Btaple products average somewhat higher
In prices owing to leas uniformly a-ood news
rrom tne agricultural sections. Mo serious
disaster occurred, but excessive rain re
tarded the development of grain and Inter
rupted harvesting. In many cases where
the data ot maturity ha been postponed
there I always the nuesIMIky of Injury
from early froats. The other extreme of
weather caused comDlitlnt at the south
drouth beln5 in evidence at many points.
Cm the other hand there were good rporte
of early picking, especially In Oklahoma.
Coffee recovered from within an elxhth of
the lowest point on record, rumors ot frost
In Rratll proving more potent than Over-
Failures for the week" numbered 207 In
the I'nited fitatee. evalnet ft In at vcar
and 30 In Canada, agalnat 85 a year ago.
BRADITR EET'I REVIEW OF TRADE.
Activity Well Disseminated.
NEW TORK. Aug. 22-Bradstreet'a to
morrow will say:
. - s- ' rni iareiv
favorable, fall jobbing activity being wile
spread and report ate to collections are
more uniformly encouraging than for a
.wire pMi. earner conamuns nave
not been altogether favorable to corn at
iiuim wr VUUUIl at IU OUin, DUt !-
Vt m 1 im an,, largely a
matur ot trad sentiment, reflecting some
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In iho Bargain Room
Slashing price on all summer good.
.. uroay- sales the biggest and
EXTRA SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS
54-Inch all wool chevlota, worth $1.00.
44-Inch black Sicilian, worth 75c. for 49c.
42-Inch all wool colored erge, worth 75c.
40-Inch colored henrlettas, worth 75o. for
38-Inch colored all wool Venetian, worth
75c, for 49c.
28-inch extra heavy colored eklrting,
worth 75c, for 39e.
33-Inch extra heavy colored eklrting,
worth 5c, for 29e.
20-Inch heavy colored, all wool skirting,
worth 80c and 78c, for 25o.
Silk and wool chain union, and all wool,
worth 60c, for25c.
Our best line of colored and whit gootls
worth up to 49c, for 7V4c.
Our bet imported organdie, batiste,
dtmltte and lawn, worth up to 75c, for
Our best line of white and colored wash
goods, worth up to 29c, for Cc.
A large assortment of colored percales,
madrae and duck, worth Up to 16c, for 6c.
38-Inch wide printed large, new fall
style, ,wlde wale, worth up to 19c, for 10c
38-Inch wldo flannelettes, assorted colors,
plalu and with borders, new fall atylea,
worth up to 19o, for 10c.
26-lnch colored mercerised moires, worth
19c, for 10c.
3t-lnoh black and colored mercerised
linings, worth 19c, for 10c.
Shaker flannel worth 9c, for 4He.
Extra heavy unbleached canton flannel,
worth 9c, for 4Hc
36-Inch extra heavy outing flannel, la
fancy atrlpea, worth 15c, for
Extra heavy outing flannel, In light and
dark plaids, check and (tripe, worth 10c
Full yard wide unbleached muslin, worth
8c, for 3Ho.
Full yard wide bleached muslin, worth
6Hc, for. 8 7-8c.
Turkish bath ruga, 24x38, worth 69o, tor
Fancy doyllee, 12x12, worth 89c, for 19o.
Huck towela, 18x38, worth 10c, for 6o.
Fancy doylies, 18x18. worth 75c, for 49c
Turkish bath towels, 82x46, worth 20c,
Boys' and children' 26o and 860 Straw
Hata to be cloaed out at 10c.
75o Straw Hat at 25c, 860 and 60c; regu
lar 60c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.60 values.
Men's Derby Hata at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Men's soft hats In Columbia, Fedora,
Pasha and Golf styl, In all color, from
750 to $2.00.
Boys and children's caps at 25e and 60c.
reaction from early buoyant agricultural
Industrial activity has apparently nevr
been surpassed, and what checks are noted
are either, a In the case of anthracite
coal stoppage of an ancient date or aa In
the case of furnace shutdown In Iron and
steel trade, the result of superabundant
railway trafflo curtailing fuel supply. Har
vesting, except of corn, naa been completed
in the more northern ectlon and return
In these region are more or lea secure.
High prices of cattle, sheep, hogs and pro
duce are tempting and inducing large ship
ments, which seemed to Induce a iarg
drift In price.
Fall trade I now In full swing at moat
of th leading center. Buying of dry
goods, shoe, clothing and millinery la
liberal. Borne sections, particularly the
southwest, report the neat trade In yeara.
But withal, there I a ton of conservatism
which tends to prevent speculation and any
excel which may result In overloading.
Almost uniformly good report to col
lection come, not only from th wet nd
northwest, but from many part of th
outh, where trade Is picking up.
Some ahadlng of the rosy crop conditiona
noted for aom time paat Is reported In
telegram to Bradstreet'a. Spring wheat
harvesting ha been Interfered with In
some caaea by rains, but the final promts
ha not been materially Impaired. Th
weather In the corn belt ha been too wet
and cool for th very best progress of that
plant. Complaints of hot, dry weather
causing aheddlng of cotton cornea from the
south, but In Arkansas, in the Memphis
district and In the neighborhood of New
Orleans conditions are claimed to be highly
favorable. That the crop will be earlier
than usual aeema certain. Rice In Georgia,
Louisiana and 8outh Carolina promise to
be a larg crop.
Raw wool I rather firmer on the whole
baaed on moderate atock. the activity ot
the mills on fall trade account and the
freedom with which buyera of men'a wear
material for spring delivery are taking
Lack of fuel threatens to make the short
are In pig iron acute. In the Pittsburg dis
trict the long-standing complaint of car
shortage haa eventuated In the banking of
many furnaces for th want of coke, ot
which there l. plenty at Connellevllle.
Pittsburg appears to have outgrown It
railroad yard facilities for on thing and
th fear is expressed thst many pig Iron
ten tract for the second half or the year
may remain unfilled. A shortage of coke
exist at Chlcaxo, while Baltimore com
plain ot a dearth of pig Iron and foun
dries abutting down.
Bom foreign steel Is reaching Chicago,
lft.OU) tone of billets having been aold there
thla week, but it Is claimed that thla ma
terial I making little headway at Pitts
burg. Pig iron 'la In demand at Chicago
for southern account, a scarcity of aom
grade being noted ther. Rail and struc
tural material are In aa heavy demand aa
ever the country over. The effort to In
duce the tlnplate workmen to accept a
wage reduction In order to capture ordera
which would otherwise go abroad haa not
aa yet been abandoned. The wire trad
I a little stronger, but the sheet trad
la dull. Hardware la In exceptional demand
aa heretofore and machinery manufactur
ers are very generally crowded to keep up
Wheat and flour export 'for th week
ending Aucust 21 arsregat I.SM.7&8 bu.,
ralnst 4,6l,e last week and .) 9S In
this week last year Wheat exporte since
July 1 aggregate 82.844.767 bu., against 60,.
Ci7.fW7 laet season. Corn exports aggregate
61, bu., against $3,423 last week and
8XJ last year. For the fiscal veer corn ex
ports are 703,483 bu., against .751,u61 last
The shoe and leather trade Is Ih an In
teresting condition. Buying of shoes is ac
tive at western points and manufacturers
ore busy, while tanners' sales are large.
At the east Philadelphia manufacturers are
basy and aole leather is active. The New
Ki. gland Industry, while In better alia pa
than fur some time past, report little
money In the business. leather tend up
ward and hides are very strong. Dho
shipment from New Rnpland point ar
si-owing gradual gains from week to week
bu r still below a year ago for the
week and the season.
Business failure for th week ending
August 21 number 181, as agalr.st 181 last
week and lal In thla week last year. In
A grain and fruit Coffee nourishing and invigorating.
OLD BY AU. QROCERS.
Rrocenc8 etc' ttc-
Th most sensational bargains
beat of th year.
Hd thee prices:
Boy' all wool kne pants, worth $1.00.
for 29c and 85c
Boys' kne pants, worth 0e. for 19c
Men'a all wool pants, worth from $2.10
to $4.00. for $1.26, $1.(0 and $1.96 4 pair.
Boya" all wool school suits, worth tin ta
$2.60. for 95o and $1.26 a suit.
?? rMh ,ult' wor,h t0 11 T
25 and 60c
5r"-' " W001 ,on f"'"- rt" P to
$2.00, for 95c.
All th gent', aummer underwear, light
and medium weight, worth 75c, for 26o and
Gents' shirt walsu,
and 75c, for 26c
worth up to $1.60
Gents' colored neglige shirts, worth 76o,
Men's and boys' 75o suependers for 19e
Ladlea' muslin underwear, consisting ot
corset covers and drawers, worth 50e, for
Boys' 60o cotton sweaters. 25c.
Ladles' night gowns worth $1.00 for 4c
Ladlea muslin underskirts, worth $1.60,
Ladlea' wash shirt walats. worth 60o to
75c, tor 10a and 23c
Ladles' summer underwear, worth 60c,
for 19c. ,
summer corsets, worth $8c, for
Ladles' fin French corsets and girdles,
worth up to $1.00, Jot 89o.
McKay common sense waist ssd hose
supporters for boys and girls, worth up
to $1.00, tor 19c
OUR GREAT 5 CENT COUNTER
Ladies' and children's 20o boss for lo.
Genu' I0o fancy and brown mixed hos
Men's white, turkey red and blue 'band
kerchief, worth 10c, for 6c ,
Men's 15o suspenders for 6c.
Ladlea' stock ties, worth 25o, for 60.
Oents' string and bow ties, worth 25o,
n-.i. n i
I5C PAPER BOOK8 AT IC.
New copyright book by Paul Leicester
Ford, R. N. Stephens, Robert Barr, Frank R,
Stockton, Oeo. W. Cable, Amelia Barr and
othr popular writers; over a hundred titles
to select from; on sals Saturday at 171k,
Box atatlonery Saturday at 60.
We ar headquarters for Plng-Pong sets.
Canada for th week 18. a against 18 last
HOGAN NO MATCH FOR ENGLISH
Kneehed Oat la the Fifth Roaad ef
a Fast Flarht at At
kinson, ATKINSON Neb., Aug. (Special Tel.
egram.) In the presence of an Immense
crowd of people, wrought to the highest
pitch ot excitement by the terrlflo fighting
of the men, Clarence English of Omaha
knocked out Billy Hogan of Ban Fran
cisco In the fifth round. After th first
round both men were bleeding freely and
Hogan waa in distress from English's
heavy swings on th body, but he fought
gamely, although somewhat groggy, after
the third round. In the fourth English
reached him on the chin with an upper
cut, scoring a clean knockdown, but Ho
gan rose on the ninth count and kept
away during th remainder of the round.
In the fifth Hogan wa knocked down and
took the full time before getting up, but
wee no more than fairly on hi feet when
English turned him halfway around with
a right on th wind, and followed It with
a left upper cut to the Jaw. Hogan went
dow-n like a log and waa only able to rise
to hi hand and knee to be counted out.
Hogan nose waa broken daring th sec
Hogan a manager offer to bet $600 that
English can knock out Australian Billy
Murphy In two rounds. Lex Clayton, the
wrestler, today, on a wager, mad a suc
cessful balloon ascension.
lew Track at Red Oak. ,
RED OAK, la., Aug. 22.-(Bpelal Tele-
fTIK'1" "p,U of . h'v' r,,n Thursday
night tho race meeting wa continued to.
day. Th track waa heavy and racing did
not begin until 8 o'clock. Only two racee
were concluded. The 8:S0 pace wa a hors
IVL'.. '.rCm Tiart4 flnUf- 'Oulrtng five
beats to decide. The track waa easily from
five to eight second alow. Two running
race were held over until Saturday. At
tendance. 2,0il0. Summary! lurB- Al
2:80 pace, puree $200:
Maraholl Good. a. g. (Martin).. 1 $ $ 1 1
Lady Chita ood, a. m. (Anderson) 8 1 1 I
B. K, b. a. (Berry) ' 4 t I i 4
Mcfihed Junior (Kennedy) 1 4 4 4 8
W L.. C, b. g (Cameron) 8 I d
Time: 2:24. 128. 2:25, 2:25, 2:28.
" ww., uui ? 4AJr ,
J. B. C. b. g. (Riley) ,
Llda, b. m. (Martin)
Glen Brtno, b. a. (Garrett)
Vlndex, b. a. (Carter)
Apax, b. a. (McCllntock)
Time: 2:294. I:J. 2:80U.
Mladea Wla m Fast Oaaae.
MINDEN. Neb Aug. 82,-(Bpeclal Tele
gram.) The Norfolk team wa shut out
In a vry fat gam hr tody. On horn
run and bunching of hit In tha first In
ning won th gam, icor:
Mlnden 8 0 0 0 0 1 0 i"?',
Norfolk 0 IMMilMil
Btruck out: By Blls. 8; by Bucklln. 4.
Ba.ea on ball.: Off Bile,' 1. 'lioroe run.
Bell. Two-ba hit.: Peteraon. Earned
run: Mlnden. 4. Batteries: Mlnden. Blls
and Moor; Norfolk, Bucklln and Agan.
MA 8YI Ah ah A m as I a w iftaiA. . . .
v"'"" 7 w tomorrow,
Aaserleaa Yaeht Wn Ceroaatlea Can.
COWES. Ida of Wight, Aug. 22.-Th
American yacht Utowana. owned by A T
Armour of New York, won the sal'llna
IV? J? tuxUimV ychla- Monday?
i?drlh Cor.onlon "P offered by the ear
&&T&tVhVw th' mark " l0:M
The following births and deaths were re
ported at the office of th Board of Health
during the twenty-four hojr ending Friday
Births Chris Backus. 1918 Leavenworth
atreet. boy; Thomas Emlgh. glia South
Eighteenth street, boy; John Oaaeman.
Jtrtleth street and Ames avenue, boy.
Deaths C. F. Boyle. Cambridge. Neb.,
died at Emanuel hospital, aged M years'
Infant OeUler, M Bouth Fifteenth street.'
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