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TUT, .OMAHA DAILY HKE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 0, 1903.
CHANGES IN TRAIN SERVICE
Korthweitra Tra'ni from Bonesteel Will
nn Into Union Station
NEW' ACCOMMODATIONS ARE PROVIDED
irrrmrnt of Schedule Enables
ropl Knot of l.onaj IMne to
' (tm te Omaha in4 He
tara the fame Day.
Beginning Sunday morning, May 10, the
Chicago Northwestern will Inaugurate
new system of train service which la an
improvement over the old order of affairs.
The morning train which runa from Bone
steel to Omaha will come In and out of the
Union atatlon Instrsd of the Webster street
tatlon, as at present. Western connec
tions will also be made with the morning
train at Norfolk, so aa to give continuous
service to Long Tine twice a day. At
Chadron two new passenger trains, Nos.
13 and 14, will be run to and from Casper
to make connections with the Deadwood
While It has been understood for somo
time that the trains on the Elkhorn would
be turned Into the Union station, the- change
has been made suddenly. The evening train
from the Black Hills will continue for a
time to come In Bt the Webster street
station, but the morning train will branch
off of the old line at Irvlngton and take the
freight spur to South Omaha, coming In
from there over the Union Pacific tracks.
The new rout will take about fifteen
minutes longer to resch Omaha and ao the
morning train out will leave at 7:15 In
stead of 7:30 and arrive at 10:35 Instead of
10:20, as at present.
M, O. Sticks to Webster Street
It has not been definitely decided how
oon the Black Hills train will be brought
Into the Union station, but It Is hoped that
It will be so inside of six weeks. The
Chicago, Bt. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha
will continue to use the Webster Street
station, as It has trackage centered there
and could not get Into the Union station
without going a roundabout route and then
not reaching all of the points now on the
line. The Missouri Pacific will also con
tinue to give dally train service out of
the Webster Street station as the charter
under which it holds the Belt line requires
It to do so.
The Norfolk-Long Pine train Is an addi
tion and will make It possible for persons
living In Long Pine or east of It to come
to Omaha and return the same day, which
they have never been able to do before.
This train leaves Long Pine at 1:45 a. m.
and arrives in Norfolk at 6:05 and con
nects, so that passengers arrive in Omaha
at 10:36. The morning train out of Omaha
connects at Norfolk with the train return
ing to Long Pine and passengers ars in
Long Pin at 6 p. m.
The service from Chadron to Casper is
also new and is the first regular passen
ger service given this portion of the line.
The new train connects with the Black
Hills trslns from the east and ahortens the
time between Casper and Omaha by about
PROCESS BUTTER IN DEMAND
Maaafaetarera Feel Encouraged by
the Inereaslaa; Price of
The process butter manufacturers are
beginning to find an improved market for
their product, and while prices have not
advanced, the dealers see a prospect for
higher prices In the fall. When the new
raw went into effect and the regulation pro
vided for the use of the words "Renovated
Butter" In large letters on each package,
the' price of this butter, as compared with
ereamery and dairy butter, declined so that
where the process manufacturer paid the
farmer 0 cents a pound for his butter he
was compelled to drop the price to 12 and
15 cents. There was a difference of 8
ents a pound in the wholesale market
price of process and creamery butter at
that time. Since the aprlng season opened
the price of creamery butter has declined,
while that of process butter hss remained
practically unchanged, so that at this time
there is only about 8 cents difference in
the price. - The manufacturers expect the
process butter to more closely follow the
price of creamery butter hereafter and to
have not more than 5 cents difference in
the price at any time.
If this be true much of the fear of the
process men will be allayed and they will
probably cease their efforts to have regu
lations changed except ao far as butter for
exportation ia concerned, and there is some
reason to believe that the price to the
farmer will Increase above the ruling price
this year, when the first effect of the law
f.10.00 to Boston and Return aiO.OO.
with membership fee of $2.00 added, ac
count of annual meeting of National Edu
cational assorlstlon. Tickets will be on
sale via the Nickel Plate Road July 2nd
to 5th, inclusive, good returning from July
Ith to 12th. inclusive, without being de
posited with join agent. Additional limit to
return not later than September 1st can
be obtained by depositing return portion of
ticket with Joint agent and payment of 50c
for execution. Superior train aervlce and
excellent dining car meals on American
Club plan, ranging in price from 35c to
$1.00; also a la carte service. Write John
Y. Calahan, General Agent, 113 Adams St.,
room 29$, Chicago, for time of departure
of trains from Chicago and other detailed
The twentieth annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Omaha Loan and Build
ing association will be held at its office,'
Omaha, Neb., at 1704 Farnam street. Bee
building.' on Wednesdsy, May t. 1903. The
polls for the election of three directors will
be open from 4 to 6 snd from 7 to $ o'clock
p. m. . O. M. NATTINGER. Secretsry.
Crsmer's Kidney and Liver Cure Cures
backache Is highly endorsed by Omaha
people. Comes in two sixes. Our price,
' 40c and 75c. 8chaefer's Cut Price Drug
Store, 16th and Chicago streets.
Nichols ft Broadfield, printers. Tel. 1942.
Closing Bankruptcy Case.
The last etep In the bankruptcy proceed
ings of the W. R. Bennett company will
soon be taken., In the hands of the referee
there are now about fn of claims aanlnst
the company, which were approver) Isle,
em) upon which no dividend hue ben oV
rlnrer). These rlnlms are pmnll and some
of them were h'M up for arlilltloiiHl proof.
A dividend of 34 per rent will be nnlil on
them this week, em) within twenty days the
trustee will make his final report to the
receiver. This report must be on file
twenty days before Its final approval by
the United Staters district Judge, and when
this has been approved the case will be
Mr. Pottle In Towa.
James II. Pottle, a director In the
"Brotherhood Wine Co." of New York,
rearhed Omaha last evening and is busy
shaking hands with his numerous friends
and patrons. It has been more than a
quarter of a century since the '"Brother-
j hood Wine Co." first sold goods In this
1 city, and each auccecdlng year has simply
added strength to their reputation and
large list of patrons. The "Brotherhoo'l
Wine Co." Is one of the oldest snd most
i reliable wine and liquor bouses In this
country, and Is noted throughout the
United Statea for the absolute purity of
their products. They produce the goods
they sell from their own vineyards, henrn
no irresponsible middleman ever has op
portunity to adulterate and "monkey" with
their products. Every product brought
forth by this company Is simply a synonym
for absolute purity.
Announcements of the Theaters.
Harry Long, remembered from his long
connection with the Woodward Stock com
pnny, both here and In Kansas City, re
turned to Omaha yesterday to assume the
stage directorship of the Ferris Stock com
pany. His first work will be the produc
tion Thursday of "The Young Wife," n
bill thst will terminate with the week.
"Heart and Sword." now running at the
theater, closes with a matinee and a per
Many opine that the bill of vaudeville
diversions at the Orpheum this week Is
the best of the season and in- addition to
its excellence the fact that It Is the last
show of the season Is an Incentive to the
attendance, for the audiences are very large
There are so many strong features that no
one towers above the others and a selec
tlon Is a matter of style. The Beaux and
Bells octet Is scoring as heavily as last
season, and for patrons who attend the
matinee tomorrow afternoon It will be
an attractive card. Ellrabeth Murray, the
singer and story-teller, Is also repeating
her former triumphs and is reluctsntly
permitted to retire at esch performance
only after responding to a number of
St. Paul and Return, fia.nn.
On April .21 and 2$ the Illinois Central R.
R. will sell tickets to St. Paul and Mlnne.
apolis and return at rate of $12.85, good for
return 21 days from date of sale.
Tickets at No. 1402 Farnam Bt. .
W. H. BRILL. D. P. A.,
Douglas Printing Co., 1508 Howard. Tel.
The following Dlrths and deaths have been
reported to the Board of Health:
Births Joe Tennebaum, 108 South Tenth,
boy; Kd J. Dee, 19"7 South Twelfth, bov;
Michael Dlnan, 1307 South Twelfth, bov;
Mike Clark, Mil North Twenty-fourth, girl;
Charles J. Jordan 1213 South 8lxth,bov;
Edward Doyle. 3331 Burt, girl; Frank
Iewls, 2610 North Twenty-eighth avenue,
Death Floyd Cnrey. died In St. Joseph's
hospital, home at Bloomlngton, Neb., IS.
Half a teaspoon in half a glara
of water after meals remove ths
distress, oppression and "all
gone" feeling. Gives good appe
tite, perfect digestion and restful
A Tonic and Nonr Food.
not knoy much
about a horse The rtglit th
or narress, nui
on your prise
horse and take
her out for a
get e a 1 1 e d
probably can't tell
much about harness,
but she can tell you a
whole lot about what
harness lsn t.
Do your bett with your girl.
bought from our shoo. It will
fleet credit upon you. give pleasure
, i yuu uiiiik uui me iiHrneaa you
to your Kirl and vou will both he
happy ever after. Prices are within
Suit Cases, Trsvel ng Bags and Valises
1210 Farnam -at.
18-K. WEDDING RINGS
Opp. p. O.
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Rlrs. J. Benson
Coming In Every Day.
Handsome Mexican drawn work, pure linen walsu.
Entire waists of real lace. In cluny and antique.
Prices 110 SO to 117.00. Imitation cluny lace. $5 75.
See the handsome white waists with black em
broidery at $3.75.
Remember, we are selling children's spring coau
below manufacturer s price.
New pstent leather belts for children. 15c. A large
and handsome line of new styks In ladies' belts,
black or white.
Special Bargains? Wednesday
Great Sale of Ladies Belts at 15c
One of tli largest rustern manufacturers of Indies' Holts lias just sold tin
Ills entire sample line, comprising the very latest Ideas In Leather
Belts. They come IX ALL Til K STYLISH LEATHERS, cernninni
red. white, orange, tan, gray, olive,
Mack. Perfect form fitting and straight effects.
Positively worth up to TiOc and 75c your choice
bale of Newest
The daintiest and most attractive effects In ladies'
Shirt Waists ALL THE NOVELTY EF
FECTS that make these waists so popular this
summer waists worth from 32 to t'i at
$4.50 Silk Waists at $1.98
Handsomely made Silk Waists, spring shades that will be
most favored handsomest silk sulstsc yet shown this
seaBon many worth as high as $4.50
Ladies' 35c Underwear at 15c
Ladies' 8ummer Underwear handsomely trimmed some silk
mercerized worth up to 35c at each
All-Over Laces nt 15c
Black, white, ecru and tan All-Ove Laces suitable for making
entire waists and yokes many worth up to 50c a yard remark
able bargain chance at
The Finest and Largest Line of Oxfords in Omaha.
MORE NEW OXFORDS
"4ti any woman who'i tht fust milliner
It doesn't pay to shop
Not on aucli an important part of your
wardrobe as a hat make up your mind
what kind of bat In general you want, and
when you are ready to buy go to
, 1511 Douglas St.
Where all that's new and good In millinery Is to be seen where artists
are thoroughly interested In producing a pleasing combination of the
hat and wearer.
You can open an account any time, but
i. r,c thou, rtavn and it lg onlv
earnings to provide for the future and then, too, having money In bank enables you
to take advantage of opportunities for making more money.
THE Y K
8 tl U c (UK
Aie..N Is Ihj Ueu
fhoe thai fi.bi
will buy. It hai
eeryth.ng lu it
that can lie put
Into a $3.5 1 thoo.
.i Isn't the only
shoe we sell or
we couldn't af
ford to sell it at
litis pile.-. VVu
cell all kindi ot
ihoei and a
gieat many oi
mem. e miik
a tmall piotlt
on each pair.
A small profit for us main
good values for our customers
and good values for our cus
tomers means a great many
unall profits for us.
SEK T1IK FRY BHOiJ
AT 3. .0.
FRY SHOE co.
Hats and Shoes for Men and
Women, Boys and Girls, can
b obtained here on easy pay- .
menu at cash store prices.
No security required.
Kenler, Rosenbloom & Co.,
Every day now adds more and more
to the completeness of our Oxford Tie
stock. Wo show more Oxford Ties
than all the other shoe stores In town
combined. We thow every novelty a'
soon. as It appear In the east. Our
stock embraces today over a hundred
and sixty different styles.
Specials for Wednesday
ladles' good Dons-ola Kid Ox f orris,
McKay sewed, patent tips, ..exiule
solos, good wearing, stylish QMri
Oxford Ties, at
Thirty new styles Vlrl Kid Oxford
Ties, Southern Ties, Button Oxfotds,
Side Kliintlc Gore Jxtoriis. Louis
Heel Oxfords, Patent Leather Ox
fords, Prince AJberts, Common
Sense Oxfords, Opera Oxfords, made
to retail at 32.00 and 4 en
2.50, go at
Forty new styles Surpass Kid, Vlcl
Kid and Patent Calf Oxfords In
every style of heel light and medium
weight flexible soles. Kxceedlngly
stylish and comfortable lasts. Ail
sizes and widths, from AA f Ott
to KB on' special sale at l.so
Eighty absolutely new and correct
styles the swellest Oxfords of tb.3
season in every good leather plain
kid or shiney leathers In every heel,
from extreme Common 8--nse to
full Louis and Bpike heels hand
turn, feather weight soles and genu
ine welt medium and heavy soles
The finest fitting Oxford3Q Cfltn
in the world go at v JU IU 01
the best lime is now. Almost everybody
common pense to save a part of your
S. E- Cor.-1 6th and
(. Ptanbtis & pons
THE FIRST TEN
OF MAY ARE
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID
ON PASS BOOKS
CHECKS ON ALL
BANKING HOURS 0 TO 5.
SATURDAY 'TILL 9 P. M.
Jf. "JC. Prnnbti pons
i DON'T FORGET IT.
Whatever you do don't forget who It was
I who made It possible for competition to
prevail in the rlrug LuslneHs of thu torn-
munity. We don't believe In the old back
I number Idea that an article is YVOKTH
AND MIST UK SHM FOR Jl'ST hO
MLVH JUST BUCAl'tiK 8UMK ONK HAI It
i Hu, but let it be sold according to cost of
production, tne same as in other lines of
business. Competition I th l.f ot trade,
and for that reason we don't Lelieve In thli
"PRICE HXIN' " bu: ine.
$1.00 Pertina lowest price Hie
tloi I'lnkliHm s Vtgv'taljle Compound., sv
$1 Hut lorn Femalti Remedy guarantied .6'
$1.0) l.liiozone all you want (i ;
$l.li lludo'a Fepto MallKun kc
$1.ii Ir. Pierce s Remedies Me
11 i) lier's Malt Vhl-k:-y wsnt It?.... 6ic
$1.00 Pure Canadian Malt WhI key 7jc
25c Hire's Root Xleer lie
$t.'K Bexlne Pll.s 7f,c
$1 uO Nervlta 7at.
$2 genuine Cheater's Pennyroyal Pills. SI. "
60i- liar-Hen tve
WRITE VS FOR
IWs Phases TT mud 717.
S. W. tares ltu mm Ifclcag Its.
Stylishhats made becoming H
Becoming .hats made stylish B
1313 Farnam St.
rpllOM many city and country
fricnditho can buy better now
thun bejorothe Great Special Pur
chase ile will continue during this
trc fc. We have Other Bare Bargain
In new and slightly used pianos
which we will lump with those left
from the Great Sale. The entire lot
is offered this week at astonishing
prices. Terms very easy. Every in
strument guaranteed. Call or writs.
$600 brand new Needham
Piano beautiful hand
carved case unusually
largo made to order No-
I vers & Pond piano large aim
beautiful hand-carved walnut case
a great bargain.
Knabe Piano like new. S300
Ivers & Pond walnut case.... $265
$600 Steger Colonial style $315
$450 Emerson Flemish oak....$3IO
Ivers & Pond fancy mahogany $285
$500 German walnut case $250
$500 Needham walnut ease... $250
Grtmer walnut case $3 SO
Many other splendid bargains.
Pianola Recitals 3 to 4 p. m. each
Friday Complimentary tickets
Omaha, 1625. Council Bluffs, 368.
802 Broadway, Council Bluffs.
As the cowslip said,
"Nothing to do but drink,
nothing to drink but dew."
With us. it's nothing to
make but clothing, nothing
but clothing to make. Put
ting in 18 hours a day these
days making clothing for
Omaha's particularly par
ticular dressers putting
into the suits MacCarthy
quality of fabric, MacCar
thy quality of fit. MacCar
thy Quality of fashion.
925 to $4 U the suit
Just aa well-made trous-
ra $6 to $12.
1710-12 Farnam St..
Phone 180$. Bsc Bsildltf
Court House is Opposite.
205 South Fifteenth Street.
"JJIE bent most popular lea st
(xpentive viukc of
A Man s Shoe?
$ECAUSE it is more carefully
made tore comfortable more
stylish w fir longer than any other
shoe ever put
On A Man
Q0-D by miker to wearer at whole
sale A ib. 00 uelt shoe for
S2" and S3
Full Set of Teeth, $3
Graduate dentists admitted to our course
for (100.00. VY make money by teaching
our course ana aon t need to charge auon
All Work .
$5.00 Gold Cr.wns. S3. 00
IN ORDER TO INCRKA8B OUR CLINIC!
w want evry man, woman and child te
have their rnounths examined by ths pro
fessors of this college.
Small charges for material.
Wa do ss we Advertise.
1 11 IH,
a... 1'.., I. ill.) niiirtftM ftlllr.v ?n
Teeth extrsotsd frss Flllligj from. .Vte, up
2.k OolU Crown. Jttruige wor.u.K. up
OK PAINLESS DENTISTRY
1622 DOUGLAS BTRE.IT, ROOM 4.
Opsa Dally; Malta UJ a. Sundays, I 4
1Mb ith..i aiii.k no ith:.
Imported Madras, light grounds, dark stripes and PJ
figures, very desirable for Ladies' Shirt Waists M
and spring gowns, worth 50c, only wvU
Iixtra fine imported Batistes, fancy colors, in stripes
and figures, and the soft finish imported Tercales, ShSP
worth 30c, only w W
The imported Organdies, Swisses, Batistes and Dimi- r
ties, in all the newest shadings, stripes and figures, jfljfjf
worth 23c, only BlJjrl
Extra fine and heavy Dress Ginghams, Black Sateens, I
Printed Batistes and Lawns, worth 15c, H if
One counter Percales, Seersucker Ginghams, Black If
Sateens and Dimities, worth 12Jc, pllf
In the Big Domestic Room at White
35c fancy Oxford Waist-1 "J
ings, at yard I I 2"
50c mercerized Oxford and
Cheviot Waistings, OR ft
at yard.... faUU
30c fringed Damask
io uiiuw our cuiiu au occasional
sip of that health-building nutri
tious tonic, Bluellibbon Beer. It will
improve his health same as it will
yours. Blue Ribbon is made of the
best and purest ingredients, brewed
with artesian well water. It con
tains many medicinal qualities and
has a very agreeable
It should be in every
home. Sold in cases of
2 doz. (quarts or pints)
and will be delivered at
Telephone 1760. Omaha.
It a-oes without saying; mat good strong; trunks are the only
sort to buy. We have made a atudy of trunk manufacture
V for years and rood trunks are decidedly ths cliesoest. nnr
Pi " trunks will cost you but little mors
John Rudd, Jeweler
Makes a Specialty of
HIGH GRADE RAILROAD WATCHES
If your watch falls to keep correct time, I Watch Inspector for
let us repair. We will guarantee to make I O. Bt. P. M. & U., Nubraaku Dlv. (J. A N. W
It ruu right. I Hy., Neb. and Wyo. Dir.
115 SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET.
HAVE YOUR CHOICE
It Is essy to get what you want when you have different makes to pick from.
We sell several of the best SEWING MACHINES made on easy terms. Old machine!
from 11.00 up. Supplies and attachments for all machines.
P. E. FLO D P.IAN & CO.
TELEPHONE I5T4. 1514 CAPITOL AVENUE.
Purs and srmrkllns rich and Invlcoratlnr extremely pala
table scientifically brewed carefully bottled alwava the rains
l)ltTerd to tor parr of Omaht. Council UlufTt or South Omaha-
ad Orderac.se from JFTTFR BREWING CO. fetl
OMAN Tclcokoac I54J
Or LEE MICHEL. L, wMculc
"The letter was filed." In many business
houses, he might have said, "the letter was
burned" -never can be found.
With modern filing systems Including all
that's best In cabinets wood or metal
, there's no excuse for any business maa
being unabls to find
' Office supplies an I ntutionery ret'ulcd at totioUsale prices.
tttrrlkai etd4 for the trce.
OMAHA PRINTING CO.,,? 'V,.
al srScr IS4. Scad far CJlafac.
40c Oil Turkey Red Damask,
60 in. wide, 25C
COc ready to use Sheets, size
81x90 torn, not cut 3QA
10c fine Cambric, 36 ii
than ths poor ones.
SOt'TR Tdeskost I
dealer, CODIL BLUFFS Ttkpkoat 10
a letter Instantly.
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