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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1903)
TITT3 OMAnA PAIX? JlEEt TIT Tin PT AY, APfiUST 1.1. IQO'.l,
5TIC&NEY STILL I10LDS ROAD
Preiideat of Great Wtra Deniet Iu Bale
to the Gould tijitem.
NO CHANGE TO BE MADE IN OWNERSHIP
JlaSLeaota MaKnat Hla Horn
Will Knter Omaha Bflwen Mid
dle of aeptemhrr and First
A prominent local railroad official who
taa Just returned from Bt. Paul, declare
that the report that tha Gould Interests
Iulvs" secured control of tha Chicago Great
"Western ia given general credence by thoae
Inen who ara close to all of the large rail
For ten days or two weeks a persistent
rumor has been In circulation to the effect
that the Great Weatern had changed hands,
but It has been Impossible to confirm It.
President Btlckney of the Great West
ern Is In the city and denied that any
change had been or was to be made in the
ownership of his toad.
"No exact date has been set for the
coming of the Great Western Into Omaha.
Borne time between September IS and Octo
ber 1," he said, "we begin giving service
to Omaha. It Is not possible to give an
exact date, as there ar so many things to
be decided upon and to be done. This
business of laying track and preparing for
the handling of the trains Is dependant
upon many things the weather, the work
men and the arrival of supplies so that
you see we do not know ourselves Just
when we will get started. Tou can be
ure, though, that we will begin running
cour trains Into Omaha Just as soon as the
track Is ready to handle them over."
Kpvt Core for Weak Lanes.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion cures all coughs, oolds. grip and lung
troubles or no pay. 60c, J1.00. For sale
by Kuhn & Co.
Bargain Sale of Tidies
Beautiful Spachtel and Lace Work Tidies
At Five. Ten and Fifteen Cents Each
For the past, week wc have shown in the win
dow a line of 5pachte1 and lace work tidies In large and amall zt
w hich we are going to place on aale today at 5c, 10c and 15c each.
These have caused a great deal of wonder
ment. nny have marveled how can we
sell them so cheap. You should attend
this sale today
PADLOCK ARTISTS IN PRISON
Pair Who' "prong Veteran Fake Go to
Jail In Default of Pay
William Roberts and Charles Clausen,
Whom John Johnson of Iowa said tried to
get him to bet on the padlock game, were
fined 130 and costs each by Police Judge
Berka. Not having the necessary cash,
the men were elected to go to Jail. Wil
liam Jackson, who is believed to be the
third member of the swindling party, has
not yet had a hearing.
Several day ago Johnson met one of the
men at the Webster street station and the
latter after a few moments' conversation
Invited Johnson to take a walk. Then fol
lowed the Hndlng of the padlock, the meet
ing of the second stranger and the offer to
bet. Johnson had undergone a similar ex
perience and he promptly left the men and
reported to the police. Roberts and Clau
sen were later arrested and Identified.
At the trial the men claimed they were
not acquainted and had met accidentally
shortly after the finding of the padlock.
Colonel Joe Mlk, passenger director at the
Burlington station, told the court that he
bad seen the two men together at the sta
tion on several occasions.
The police are highly pleased with the
conviction ' of these men, as their arrest
waa the first of the kind for several years,
though the padlock game has been worked
many times during the last year. They
believe that both Roberts and Clausen are
clever artists In that line, but Inasmuch
as they failed to work their game on John
son, they were charged only with being
Good Advice for Travelers.
Whether going to the mountains or sea
bora or taking a Journey on business or
pleasure never leave home without a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. It Is worth many times Its
cost whan noeded, and may save life. Buy
25c Half Wool Dress Goods, 81c Yd
It Is Just the thing: for school dresses.
Today we place on sale one counter of half wool
bright dress plaids. These are in long mill lengths running
from five to fifteen yards and all the new pat- fJ j I
terns. They were made to sell at 2oc, we bought a i n l j 1
this one lot cheap and will offer it today at. . . . fcVil
The New Felt Street Hats
We have just received from our millinery buyer, who is
now in the Eastern mtrlets, a line of new "Automobile
street hats in all the new colors champagne, 198 O50
navy, brown, castor, oxford prices
Ladies' Black Silk Trimmed Hats at $2.50
Black silk tucked taffeta in large and small shapes 50
trimmed with velvet and silk, black satin flowers
and many with jet facings, special for Thursday . . .
Clearance of Summer Millinery Ba.em.nt
Ladies' Trimmed Ilats . .. . 50c
Children's Leghorn Hats IOC
Black Satin Roses, six in-bunch .IOc
Fine wash laces, French Valenciennes laces,
Inserting", and headings In narrow O-,
widths, 10c quality, at, yard C
Thousands of yards of wash laces In CS
countless st vies, worth 20c a vard KJ
Embroidery Sale Huge display of embroid
eries and ineertings, in nainsook and cambric, all
widths, worth up to 35c a 11n 1 An 7-1
yard, at, -a yard 1W2 lUt-i2t
ADVANCE NOTICE Shirt Sale Saturday
$2.00, $2.50, and $3.00 Shirts at 75c.
Ji. . ?rn tc Pdittf II. Prxttfcei tt pan
All swell Imported Shirtings
the highest grade shirts
shown In Omaha, at
SEEKS REVENGE WITH FISTS
Duffr Bays Oat Newsboys, Then
Tries to Whip Them All and
Qua Plmw, fresh from the range, with
a wide sombrero and plenty of money. Is
tinder arrest for trying to brand several
newsboys with various flstto designs. And
tha causa of It was, the newsboys took ad
vantage of Palmer's liberality and the
looks of Ms garb.
At an early hour yesterday the . west
ener was accosted by a couple of news
boys who wanted to sell him papers.
Palmer bought) Others came up and'
Palmer bought again, until . Anally he
bought the stock of the entire crowd.
Then the newsboys got Industrious. They
went forth and returned with fresh stocks
larger than the first. Palmer kept on buy
ing until he found what the boys were
doing to him. Then he broke Into a great
rage, lie charged and swore and made a
rush for the gang. When the dust cleared
way a policeman had Palmer and the
market waa again glutted with papers.
TUB G1HL, AND THE BEE.
A Story, ( the Igsersse, of m City
1 . Girl.
The city girl coming down to breakfast
at the farm house and observing a plate of
honey on the table said: "Oh, I see you
keep a bee."
That's about the way some people talk
about the blight of baldness Just as If
a bald head waa something one got all
at once Instead of being the result of
long depletion by an Insidious germ which
thrives upon the. roots of the hair and suc
cumbs to only one known remedy, Newbro's
Newbro's Herplclde Is not a tonlo any
snore than electricity Is a fluid. It Is an
exterminator, pure and simple.
"Destroy the cause you remove the ef
Bold by leading druggists. Bend 10c In
tamps for sample to The Herplclde Co.,
Petrolt, Mich. Sherman & McCunnell Drug
Co. special agents.
Aseot Park, Iowa, Aaajaat 16.
The Clan-Na-Oael Societies of Omaha
and South Omaha will give their fourth
nnual plcnlo at Ascot Park, la., Sunday,
An elaborate program has been prepared.
consisting of an address by Mr. Thomas
J. Doyle of, Lincoln, Neb., orator of the
A quartet will open the afternoon pro
gram. Games of all kinds, for which prises
will be awarded.
The first train will leave the Union sU
tlon, via Illinois Central R. R., at 1:30 a.
m.; afternoon train, 12:45 p. m. First train
returns at t p. m.
Commalcstloa la Hestorcd.
NEW YORK. Aug. 11 The Commercial
Cable company today announces the res
toration of mmm-jnlcatloii with Jamaica by
the y or Uermuda.
Sam't Burna sells real Mercer China Din.
ner Set, It. TO.
Mgatalas; Strikes lloasa.
Urhtnlnr' struck the residence of Mrs,
XL J. Arnold, ittm Norm EUgateeatA au-ea.
Furniture, Rugs and
If money saving ia an
object to you our AUGUST
CLEARING SALE ia what you
are looking for. Aa we ad
vertised it bo you will find
' BAKER FURNITURE GO.
tlSS auarter-sawed oak dining suit.
rnmnlete. sideboard, china cabinet, ex
tennlon tablo and le
seated chairs, whole
156.00 three-piece parlor
suit, upholstered In
154.00 quarter-sawed oak
feet long, highly polished
JM.UO three-piece parlor suit,
armchair, reception chair,
131.00 mahogany fin
Ished bed room
,.0 solid oak
120.00 mahogany, birch dav
enport. upholstered In
$14.00 oak chiffonier, with
hat box and French plate
110.50 mahogany armchair,
with high back, uphol
1X.00 solid onk
Rugs and Curtains
Baker Furniture Co
" 1315-17-19 Firnim Street.
shortly before 10 yesterday morning and
dltl slight damage. The department was
called out. but only a small blaze resulted
from the stroke and this waa sooa extin
guished. Dr. F. W. Blabeugh, dentist, 511 N. T. Life.
Building permits have been Issued as fel
lows: To A. Toittauhaupt. frame dwelling
?' ? N"rth Twenty-fifth. t'.iJ: John
Kyhl, KjJii South Ninth, frame dwelling,
ll.ouu; k. Iroty, southeast corner
Twenty-seventh and Manderson, II. 9W: Kd
Jepeon. corner Twenty-seventh as4 li
ft Mltu Si
THIS HKMABLK KTOHH,
in the Great
Nearly all the CAMPHELL, GAINER & WELSC1IERS' stock
is now in and we lire checking and placing in position for sale
hursday. NEW FALL GOODS AT LESS THAN FIFTY CENTS
ON THE DOLLAR. This, with the Penney Hosiery and Under
wear stock, makes a grand opportunity for the economical purchaser.
A FEW POINTERS:
5c and 25c Fall Goods at 5c
Royal Fayel worth 19c 36-Inch fine Tercale worth 15c closing spring
v an Hoods worth 15c, 19c and Zoe ana otner goods too numerous to
mention all will go at yard
Yard wide fine Plnlds for chlldren'M school dresses worth 19c fine tyle
SS-inch Imported Percales 25c Mercerlred Flannelettes ISO madrases
15c Bilks and other goods worth up to 29c yard all will go on sale at...
35c, 39c and 50c Goods 10c
Linen Batlsten, Scotch Madras, high grade fleeced goods worth 35 high
gTade mercerized grooda ana several otner lines worm up to boc
all will go In this sale at
Special Thursday Sales In the Big Linen and Domestic Room
from the C 6. W. Stock of St. Joe.
fiOo Table Linen Oe.
Extra heavy cream Table Damask 60
Inches wide 50c kind at 2gC
7Hc Table I.lnen 40c.
Silver bleached German Damask 70
inches wide 75o kind at A II it
Xi.OO Napkins f 1.00.
Will place on the counters 50 dozen all
linen jNapklns size ZlxZl silgnliy eoiien
otherwise perfect 20c value I flfl
at docen IiWW
ISo Cannon Cloth IOc.
Extra heavy bleached Cannon Cloth for
Oolites, tray cloths, aprons, ror either
drawn or embrolderv. nlaht arowns. etr-.
86 Inches wide 15c value at
Laces worth 6o per yard
Laces worth 7'4o per yard
Aabnra TIdu, es avttembl saMnf faso.
i . i i i v an i an .araa ua utti w di
Imoerial Hair Regenerator
"'oj olunsat aad saoet lMflng Hair OoL
-4-Jtaruilei nil OsfK APPLICATION
P. I. A 3 1 M HUM M- MupilBMINI
vraa tree, aim u rsmsniM
t i.i r-t,.,i.l - 1U W 93A at.. M
buM iiy ktiicrinau McConaell Attujl Cow,
( linn Kb.
mm a hursday
2!c, 15c and 19c Plaids 71c-
22 l2c Sheet la 17 l-2e.
Extra fine qualltv full bleached Bheet'ng
73 Inches wide 22o kind at 7Jc
IRo Cambric IOc.
36-Inch fine snow white Cambric no bet
ter made 15c kind at IOi
OOo Sheets 40o
Extra heavy bleached Seamless BheeM
not cut slie 81x90 the 80o kind AQc
S2.00 Table Corers TRc.
Will place on counter 160 oil boiled turkey
1 r.iuranti.pfl fast Colors StZS
6 feet wide, 'tk feet long 1100
Special Embroidery and Lace Sale
Thursday Begins the Great Lace ana ciiDrmufrr
Laces worth 10c and 15o per yard
Laces worth 25c and 30c per yard
Laces worth 40c and 60c per yard-
Laces worth 50c and 65c per yard
Laces worth 70c and 80c per yard
Laces worth 11.00 per yard
Embroideries worth Bo per yard Iq
Embroideries worth 7Vic per yard )lc
Embroideries worth 10c per yard Cq
Embroideries worth 16o per yard 7ic
Embroideries worth J8o p' ya Iflc
Embroideries worth 85o per yard 2iC
Highest Patent Minnesota Flour
Large sacks White or Yellow (
Neutrlta, Vim, Malta Ceres, etc.
8-lb. package Union, Yankee or
High Five Breakfast Oat Meal.
Reliable Grocery Prices
Fancy XXXX Soda Crackers . Cf,
per pound lv
Fancy Crisp Gingersnnps Ak(
per pound .....r2
Hasty Jellycon or Fruit Puddle
3-pound cans Boston Baked Beans
1-pound cans fancy Alaska
Oil or Mustard Baratnes
per can ...
Glass tumblers pureTrutt
Pearl Barley, Sago, Tapioca, etc.
Laundry Soap any brand
Large, Juicy Lemons itc
per dozen IM
Frenh Roasted Peanuts
Large Bottles Fine Tomato
Large Italian Prunes
per pound ,
Fancy Mulr Peaches
Fresh Meat Specials
per pound ....
per pound ....
Fishing? 1 1
W bare all kinds of
tYi a n nretiralnna ta
the "MlnneBOta Lake"" dur
ing July, August and Septem
ber. Our Minnesota trains leaye
Omaha at 7:35 a. m. and 750
p. m. We'll tell you about It
at 1402 Farnam Street,
W. H. BRILI
District Passenger Agent
''BROUGHAMS" IN OMAHA
The first private Brougham ever con
structed waa built for Lord Henry
Brougham in 1824. For more than three
quarters of a century the demands of a
discriminating public and the best minds
In our industry have contributed to mako
the Brougham the highest example of dig
nity and comfort and the leading product
of the carluge markers' art.
Omaha is getting to be quite a Brougham
city, aad the next two months will add
quite a few new and well appointed ve
hicles of this sort, which our rltlxcns are
beginning to appreciate. The Drummond
Carriage Company offer two elegant new
Broughams at their closing out sale, which
are trimmed In morocco and satin, at
prices below the figure to duplicate.
get a pair of those Hanan Women's
oxfords yesterday? If you didn't,
come Thursday and you can get your
site of any of the Ideal patent kid 15.00
Oxfords for only
It's the same with the men's Hanan
or Clapp Patent Leather Oxfords the
15.00, o.S0 and (6.00 kind Thursday
Once In a lifetime you get such a
DnEXEL SHOE CO.,
Omaha's Upto-Date Shoe House
(419 Farnam Street.
Save Your Hair
But don't experiment with remedies which
dniiend uton nothing but advertising to
nell them and to satisfy the user. Parisian
Hiilr Tonic Is UUAKAIN'l Kt-lJ MY i s TU
CITHE DANDRUFF and to 8TOP FAIL
ING HA1K. We refund the purchase prios
If It falls. Do you know of an advertised
hair remedy In this city which does this?
We have several remedies for other pur
poses which we sell on the same terms for
instance, Dr. Hutler's Female Regulator Is
guaranteed BY I'H to cure female weak
ness and all other curable diseases of
women. Uncle Sam's Tobacco Cure is
guaranteed UY Vtt to cure the tobacco
hubit. Qulnacetol Is guaranteed BY US
t., furl A oolfl. V
1 oo Parisian Hair Tonlo
1 00 Hutler's Female Regulator
11.00 Uncle Sara's Tobacoo Cure....
11.00 Peruna guaranteed genuine..,
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
SCUAEFER'S DRU1 STORE
Two Pfcs T4T TU.
10th Chleasr Street. Omaha.
Worth 33c nnd 43c a garment
on sale at
One hundred nnd twenty dozen of men's undergar
ments, the odds and ends of a great summer's business, go
on sale for 23c. They are r3c and 43o values, and were con
mdered great values at their regular prices. Hut if you
step lively you will find your size here for 23 cents.
They are made of the celebrated Otis French balbrig
gan, cut generously full
Wortli 35c nnd 45c
on sale for
15c and 20c Men's 75c 50c Celts
Hose, Shirts. for Men,
10 Cents. on sale 45c reduced to
An Importer' line of Cut full and shape-
;?mplei o080 WOrt,h ly-atyllBh patterns. . , 3
16o and 20c, on sale 75o value All sizes and all
,or 10c- for 45o leathers
fo) re. m nnir?
Silk Underskirts at $4.95TJiursday a special sale of black and
colored taffeta silk underskirts some are accordion pleated, some
with corded ruffles--not one of them worth less than A nr
six fifty Thursday they go at
New Japanese Silk Kimonas - qc . g Cf
pretty assortment, at OtVO OeOU
Pretty Dressing- Sacques at $7. 9 3 -Made la light blue, pink
or line white, trimmed with bands of Insertions nC
Habitau Silk '
Empire Crepe dc
We put these on special sale Thursday each one Is very tastefull y
trimmed with lace Insertion and ribbons These prices Q Q EI
are Just two-thirds their real value, 14.90, 11.75, lO.PoOaVO
China Silk Chemise and Drawers white, pink or ry lf
b,ue, plain or trimmed 8.95, 4.19, 3.95, 2.90 and 4iO"
Our. Extra Special We have dally arrivals of the swellest crea
tions Mi reception and bridal dresses, also "the very nobbiest of the
cobby" In ladles' street costumes the fashion Journals are growing
ecstatic over them first showings In the west Thursday, August 13.
Come and see them. Second floor.
GREATER BARGAINS IN DRV GOODS
than In any other dry goods store anywhere.
White riuslln and Cambric at 6c a Yard 5,000 yard extra quality 38-lnch
wide Lonsdale and Berkeley Camhrlos hest brands of white muslins fZf,
2 to 20 yards In a piece Harney street bargain circle, yard
Bed Pillows 48c 200 two and a half pounds feather pillows made up of
i odd ticks but the best worth a dollar a piece while AQn
we have 'em 'tub
Russian Crash 5c 100 pieces extra heavy white Russian Crash Towel
Ins; worth 10 cents a yard Harney street bargain counter H
Thursday, at, per yard uC
New Dress Goods at I2ic 100 pieces pretty new fall dress goods
In pretty plaids, stripes, checks and fancy mixtures very nice for
children's school dresses worth 20c and 25c a yard at -4 1
big bargain circle Thursday , M. W 2C
AN INVITATION Be sure and attend the bi? sale of ner fall dress
itoods. In blacks and colors worth double these prices main floor. or
' sale price 1100, 75c, 48o and OyC
Be Bidf.. Room 7. Talephoaa 701
Wtber. tery Clark kadwlf SeaiUr.
THE THOROUGHLY UP-TO-DATE
EVERY ARTICI.K NEW BRIGHT
ATTRACTIVE, FRESH. INVITING.
EVERYBODY WHO TRADES SAT
ISFIED. LOOK 'E HERE:
A 2Vi-lb. can table syrup
A 3-lb. can baked beans
per can IUW
assorted can ....
can Corn starch
1-lb. package ......
BIO VALUES IN
COFFEES AND TEAS
Fresh roasted Suntos tr
Coffee, per pound
Tea SI f tings
Teas, fine flavored
Another Butter Special
I.W10 LBS. BENNETT'S CAPITOL
CREAMERY Hl'TTKR sweet fas
a nut finest dairy pro- 2 If
duct money can buy, lb... '
Butter Milk all you
can drink FREE
One hundred piece -white
LTaviland, Ransom 6hape,
Bet .... .....$21.25
Heavy hotel vege
table dishes, doz .. . . 60c
Large size plates, plain iron
stone china, each.....4c
Lead blown 6-oz. tumblers,
fancy flaring shapes
Quart Mason Jars
complete A Cp
Royal Austrian China
pure white, suitable for
decorating, each .... 12c
See the Superb Red and Gold Window.
THREE MEALS A DAV
ar nJoyd by most people but never by one Buffering with the toothache.
importance OI gooa lecin c-t uj uuicitiuiBicu.
BAILEY, The uontist,
Telephone 1085. 3rd Floor Pexton Bloc.
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