Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 11, 1904, PART 2, Page 16, Image 16

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    THE 03JAIIA DAILY BESt 8ATtJKPAY, JUNE 11, . 1904.
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JAQD1TU BARELY SAVES SELF
VftkN Good n Con Cornar with Hat
fUooad t Spu.
GETS GRAIN OUT AT VERY LAST MINUTE
9rral Hash Jtad ExHtemeat El
kaage at Midnight When Unr
Bate Expire aad New
, Oaeo Begin.
f
Th so-called corn corner which A. B.
Jaqulth attempted to run on tha member
of tha Omaha Grain exchange wound up
at 11 "O'clock Thursday night with a great
deal of excitement. The new grain tariff
adopted "by tha railroads went Into effect
at that hour and ail of the grain had to
be loaded and billed and the bills of lading
signed In order for the shipper to get the
advantage of the low grain ales which
have been la effect to the east Had the
grain been billed out a few minute after
U o'clock it would have cost the shipper 7
cents per hundred pounds more freight to
la It down In the Chicago market.
All of the grain sold to Mr. Jauul h was
ready for' delivery and much of It was
loaded in the cars, but Jaqulth at the last
moment, whea tha elevators were ready to
turn over large quantities of the cereal to
him, refused to accept It, except on the
condition that he be allowed to retain the
warehouse receipts. This the elevators re
fused to concede and there waa a hitch In
the proceedings. It was finally arranged,
after a arrest deal ef Darlavlntf. that the
dealer who held corn for delivery to Mr.
Jaqulth should load It onto the cars and
have it billed out In their names to Chi
cago. It could then be looked over by the
chief Inspector -this morning after the bill
ing was made out and reconalgned . in the
name of Mr. Jaqulth, his contention being
that the sublnnpectora had not graded It
properly and he wanted the chief In
spector to go over It.
Flan Agreed oi After All.
This arrangement was agreed to at a late
hour last night. When the agreement
was reached Mr. Jaqulth got busy and
called up the freight agents of the various
railroads over which the corn was to be
shipped. In order to get It billed out. The
agents hastened down town as fast as
they could find means te convey them
and the necessary papers were made out
and signed. Men were dispatched to
Council Bluffs In carriages to look after
the billing out of the grain, which was
aboard carst that point. One elevator
over there handled and loaded 90,000
bushels of corn during the day and up te
11 o'clock last night for Mr. Jaqulth. By
hard work and muck bustle and confusion
the last of the bills were made out and
signed by 11 o'clock. It Is said that some
uirc vrteiftb woaiem
"were signed within one minute of that
hour. Each bill that was signed saved
Mr. Jaqulth about $41 In freight charges.
The railroads did everything In their
power to help him out, but they could not
allow the signing of the bills after the
time limit expired, as it would have been
a direct violation of the Interstate com
merce law. ,
Mr. Jaqulth refuses to discuss his future
action in the grain deal, which has brought
the Omaha exchange to the attention of
grain men all over the coantry, but his op
ponents In the deal assert that he' can do
nothing and that he is at the end of his
string so far aa the corner la concerned.
All of the grain sold him has been deliv
ered and received by htm and the last of It
will be shipped out under the bills signed
Thursday night.
, The large quantity of grain bought by
Jaqulth on the cloning day of the May deal
at 67 cents per bushel when it was offered
to him at aa low as 49 cents, he Insisting
on paying; the higher price, was delivered.
It is said In a very few .minutes on that
day he paid out 13,000 which he could not
hope to see return
OMAHA PEOPLE AT MEETING
Several Local Educators Will Be
Active la National Conven
tion at It. Louis,
The official program, bulletin of the forty
third annual convention of the National
Educational aseociatlon has just' been Is
sued, announcing the meeting to be held
at fit. Louis, from June 27 ta Jntv 1 In
connection with tha Louisiana Purchase ex
position. The veneral session will be held in Festi
val hall. The most complete arrangements
have been made for the reception of visit
ing teachers. Representatives ef the local
reception committee, wealing; distinctive
badges, will be in attendance to meet all
Incoming trains from June 28 to 28 In
clusive. Guides, wearing distinctive
badges, will accompany to their destina
tions those who desire an escort These
guiles are net to receive any remuneration
from delegates for services rendered and
the local committee especially requests that
no money shall be offered them.
Among those prominently Identified with
the national meeting In various capacities
re B. J. Bodwell of Omaha, superintendent
of Douglas county schools, one of the
organising managers; aeoretary. depart
ment of kindergarten education Mrs. O. S.
Chittenden, Omaha; secretary, department
cf sotence instruction, A. S. Pears,
Omaha. One of the leaders In the discus
sion of the toplo of physical science and
the value of chemistry In secondary educa
tion Is H. A. flenter, instructor of chemistry,
Omaha High school. Prof. Q. W. A.
Luckey, professor of pedagogy In the Uni
versity ok fnoniHa, is one or me leaders
In the discussions pertaining to the depart
ment ef normal schools.
Chanoellor E. Benjamin Andrews of the
University of Nebraska, will be the princi
pal speaker at the meeting of the depart
ment of higher education, which will be
held Friday afternoon, July 1, at 2:30
o'clock. He will speak on the "Present
Tendencies - of College Athletics." This
meeting will be held in the library of
Hall of Congresses.
Halldlaar Permits.
Permits to build have been laaued to E.
K. tfc'Ott for a II.60O frame dwelling at
Thirty-fourth and Hamilton streets and to
William Krirkson for a 11,(100 frame dwel
ling at ITU North Twentieth street.
Mr nervous?-
Does not sleep refresh you? Is
your appetite poor? Do you
. . feel depressed and exhausted?
Then take
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE-
LITTLE PUPILS IN A , PLAY
Children af Fraekel tcbeol Praeent
Operetta aa Their Claalaa;
Exercises, -
The annual commencement exercises of
the Froebel school. Twenty-sixth and Far
nam streets. Were held yesterday In the
auditorium of Chambers' academy. The
principal part of the exerdees was the pre
sentation of an operetta, "A Mldeummer'a
Day," by F. E. West
Forty little folks, from the kindergarten
to the sixth grade, occupied the stage at
different times and acquitted themselves in
a pleasing manner. Much credit Is due to
Miss Blanche Borenson, musical Instructreaa
of the school, for the efficient manner in
which the children had been trained for
the event Miss Borenson rehearsed and
directed the operetta and arranged the
dances and drills. Miss Georgia Patterson
designed the costumes, MIxs Hope Hanchett
had charge of the stage decorations, while
Mrs. M. J. Harris acted as stage manager.
These pupils of the school took part in
the operetta: Qeen of the Flowers, Either
Wllrfelm; King of the Flowers, Clarence
Llbbernaen; Queen of the Fairies, Harriet
Smith; Goddess of Evening, Frances Eber
sole; Herald, Garnet Warren; butterflies,
Marlon Heller and Helen Walker; popples,
Mildred Warren, Elliott Rubenxtein, Simp
eon Burke and Huntington Smith; panales,
Gladys Brldenbecker, Charles Burgess, Dor
othy Daniels and 'Helen Patterson; corn
flowers, Lois Bobbins, Wyman Bobbins,
Howard Nelson and James Brown Wyman;
bees, Philip Payne, Dick Payne, Ted Mil
lard, Wallace Lomax, Hugh Millard, Bar
nett Tetter, Stephen Ives, Edward Berry,
Tin Lee and Goon Lee; fairies, Olgs Met,
Margaret Hows, Dwlght Danforth, Esther
Larcon, Anna Miller, Helen Borshelm, Hope
Heller, Blanche Welch, Louis Burgess, Ted
Montmorency and Francis Gerhart.
Simpson Burke rendered an acceptable
violin aolo. Miss Lois De Jarnette and Mrs.
Ed D. Burke were the accompanists.
WEEPS WHEN INNES PLAYS
Old Veteran Is Stirred by Kmotlom
Whea Baad Plays War and
Pease.
The power of music was well exemplified
Friday night at the Auditorium when
Innes' band and the festival chorus, as
sisted by the three companlea of the Na
tional Guard, produced "War and Peace."
Among the veterans ef the civil war who
were present because ef the patrlotlo
character of the program, was William Co
burn, secretary of the Board ef Publlo
Works. It was well Into the aeoond part
when the tears began to roll down Mr. Co
burn's cheeks. The thought of the heme
associations, of the time when he left his
mother and father and sisters In Iowa and
went to the front, stirred his emotions.
"Scenes and episodes that were dormant
In my memory were freshened and made to
seem aa though they had happened but
yesterday," said Mr. Coburn. "I remem
ber that I instated upon kissing my mother
goodby at home and not allowing her to
come to the train. But the girls of the
place were all there. After w were in
the train and seated they swooped through
and klBsed each one of us. But one girl
ray gtrl did not klsa me. She said she
Jcouldn't"
CADETS READY FOR OUTING
Advance Guard Goes to Missouri Val.
ley to Prepare Field for
the Battalloa.
The Omaha High school cadets will go
Into camp at Missouri - Valley this
morning. An advance squad composed of
twelve members of the signal corps under
Cadet Lieutenant Wlthrow went to the
grounds this morning in order to have the
field in condition for the battalion. Unless
there is more rain the grounds promise to
be in fine condition.
The battalion under the leadership of
Commandant Btoggsdall, will leave the
High school about 8:30 and will on train at
tho Webster street station at 9:30, special
aorvice being provided by the Northwestern.
Return will be made next Thursday even
ing. Sunday m camp 1 a new departure for
the cadeta. In the morning every young
guardsman will be required to attend serv
ices at one of the churches at Missouri Val
ley and In the afternoon the Young Men's
Christian association will send apeclal rep
resentatives from Omaha and hold services
in camp.
The excursion for the benefit of the High
school girls and parents and friends of the
cadets will be run on Wednesday, the round
trip being 11. The schedule of the train
has not been announced.
KENNEDY WANTS TO BE JUDGE
Announces His Candidacy' for Place
OB Bench Now Filled by
Bartlett.
Howard Kennedy, Jr., has announced that
he is a candidate for the republican nomi
nation for district Judge to fill the unex
pired term of Irving F. Baxter now filled by
appointment by Judge E. M. Bartlett Ac
cording to law Judge Bartlett's Incumbency
ends as soon as a Judge can be elected at
a general eleotlon. It la expected that
Judge Bartlett will be a candidate for the
republican nomination and it is said, also,
that Former Judge Dickinson may enter
the Hats.
Mr. Kennedy has been practising law at
the Douglas county bar thirteen years and
lived in Omaha all his Ufa He has never
filled a Judicial or other publlo ffioe. Ac
cording to report he anticipates the support
of the "anti" faction.
' Cbsase ef Tine.
On Rock Island Syatem, effective Sunday,
June 6, aeveral important cbang-ea In and
out of Omaha Unlor station. Consult time
card In another column.
Marriage Licenses.
Up to noon, June 10, the following
couples had been licensed to wed:
Name and Realdence. Age.
John Corcoran, South Omaha 46
Agnes Roche, South Omaha 28
Anton J. Bemln, Omaha. ft
Mary Frlbyi. Omaha 20
Gustave A. Straubs, Omaha. JO
Lena Uehoke, Omaha 19
U K. Wedding Kings. Cdoolaa. Jeweler.
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Ladies French Kid Belts at 25c
From the SwaeUer-Pembrook Stock. ,
The swellest and newest pleated and crushed leather belts
3 inches wide, in navy blue, French gray, champagne,
tan, brown, black, myrtle and bottle preen the stylish
, 3J-in. hand polished brass buckles, in square
and oval worth 50c and 75c
at ;
Also a splendid line of h dies'
of seal, walrus, etc. moire
frames, gun metal frames,
New lots from recent shipments of the
great Sweetser-Pembrook stock lisle and
silk gloves in all sizes, black, white and
the popular summerflfl 1CIU
Ladles'
Fabric Gloves
at 10c 19c 39c
colors, worth up to 75c pair, at- 9'mU,'JJ
20c Handkerchiefs at 5c Ladies' apd men's plain
and fnncy handkerchiefs some aheer fabrics all widths of neat f
hemstitching. pillow top handkerchiefs some trimmed with ir
little lace Insertions 100 styles worth 20c each, at
Black, tan
Men' 25c
Hosiery at 12c
if sold in regular way
special, per pair ,
Ladles', men's and children's fast
black and fancy colored hoee
lisle, all over lace
etc., at
I0c-15c
SaJe of Summer Underwear
Ladles' sleeveless and
short sleeve vents, white
and fancy colors, si lie
ribbed and lace trimmed,
lisle thread and cotton.
Ladles' lace and ribbed
fancy llnle Yosts, allk
mercerized, also extra
aize vests and v pants,
at
25c
10c-15c
Watch
Our
Windows.
A Stupendous Millinery Clearing
; Sale.
A grand opportunity to buy a beautiful mid-sum-msr
hat at an enormous sacrifice.'
Exquisite Dress Hats at $4, $5, $6 & $7
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF PRETTY GRAD
UATING HATS. '
It Pays to Investigate. 1508 D GUCLAS STREET.
BOXES ARE INJ3REAT DEMAND
Amdltortum Seats Much Sought After
amd, They Are Being Well
Arraaged.
The boxea oa the south aide of the Audi
torium are In great demand. Single seats
have been Belling for cents. Manager
Olllan la having them arranged ao as to
seat fifteen peopl and for Bunday night
and later concerts will place them on
sale to parties for $7.60. Some specially
good seats are being built In front of ths
rear balcony. One section was plaoed here
tor the orchestra during the ball and there
has since been aucb a demand ter seats
there that the cvpenters put in three
more sections, soaking four, each seating
thirty people. These seats will sell for 60
cents and give a fine view of the ball, and
are particularly well located for hearing
the music The rear part of the stage, a
region of 98x32 feet, la being elevated six
teen Inches. This Is to bring he chorus
and the children when they sing a little
above the heads of the bandsmen. The
ball tickets, ao far aa heard from, have
brought ' the oompany a little more than
13,080.
Photos, 60c and up. 151 J Farnam street
PIE CARNIVAL AT CITY HALL
Young Woman fays Wager aad
Everybody Who Will Partakes
. ef Her Viands.
There was a plethora of pie at the oity
hall. It was altogether too much pie for
Elevator Conductor Jerry MeMahon, al
though be did his best to eat It. Finally;
when It was aeen, that the appetite of Me
Mahon was In disappointing ratio to the
proportion of pie. City Attorney Wright
was pressed . Into commission on a slice;
but there was still pie, and Assistant City
Attorney 'Herdman helped himself te a
large morsel: still there was pie and City
Claim Agent CockreU was called upon to
assist ' la ' disposing of the pastry. The
judge, a gallant and chivalrous old soldier,
did hla beat, but again, however, atlll there
waa pie. City offloers, employes and clerks
were summoned and - were fed with pie.
They were made to eat It and still there
was pie.
Ulu Mabel Where, stenographer In the
legal department, paid for the viands. She
was of the opinion that the district court
would permit Tom pennlaon to be hauled
away to the Uawkeye auU. Jerry. Mo-
0Psj- sow;
Great Special
Saturday Sales
FRESH dOODS FROM THE '
Sweetser - Pern brook
Stock
Absolutely new and fresh
goods, on sale at most un
usual bargains.
25c
hand bags made
25 c
silk lined, snake
etc, worth 50c&75c
.and fancy silk embroidered,
all full seamless, worth 25c per pair
12c
Imported hosiery In gauze cotton,
French lisle and all over lace,
full fashioned foot very
special, at, pair . ?C
Misses', children's and
boys vests, pants and
drawers, all sizes,
ribbed and gauze
at
I0c-12lc-'19c
Watch
Our
&oT.S ..60N3 Windows
Mahon differed with her. Bo they wagered
In pie.
MeMahon Instated upon Immediate pay
ment of the bet Thursday and Miss Vlchers
readily complied. Only she procured, ap
parently, all the pie In the town and placed
It before MeMahon. The, latter waa sorry
Thursday night that he tried to eat so
much. He says he sever will care for pie
again.
1 1
Bella, lores and Felon I
Find prompt, sure cure In Bucklen'g
Arnica Salve, also eczema, aalt rheum,
burns, bruises and plies, or no pay. 26a.
For sale by Kuhn Co.
wbw wKLD'e rain trains
Via Wabaaa
Leave Omaha 7:46 a. m., Couacfl Bluffs I
a. m. dally, arriving World's fair station
7:35 p. m., St. Louis Union station 7:61 p. m.
Leave Omaha 6:30 p.- m Council Bluffs
1:46 p. nu, dally, arriving World'a fair ata
tlon 7 a. ra., Bt. Louis Union station 1M
a m.
Returning, leave Bt. Louis Union station
t a. m.. World'a fair atatlon t:15 a. m. dally
arriving Co. BlufTi 8:46 p. m., Omaha, I p. m.
Leave Bt. Loula 7:30 p. m., World's fair
atatlon 7:45 p. m. dally, arriving Council
Bluffs 8:05 a. m., Omaha 8:20 a. m.
Only line with atation at main entrance
of World'a fair grounds. Compare time
with other llnea. Yeur local agent can sell
via Wabash. For all Information and beau
tiful World's fair folder call at Wabash
City Office, 1001 Farnam St., or address
HARRY E. MOORES.
O. A. P. D., Omaha, Neb.
813.M
OMAHA to CHICAGO
and Back
via
ILLINOS CENTRAL It. JL.
June It, 17, 18, U and 20.
City Ticket Office 1402 Farnam
EL, or write
W. H. BRILL.
X. P. A., . Omaha, Neb,
"LIKE IHOBB."
nmmer Tears.
Where are you going to spend this year
vacatlont The Lake Bhore railway" book
of "Bummer Teurs to Mountains, Lake
a nit Ramlmra" will helD you to decide. It
will be sent on application to M. B. Giles.
T. P. A., Chicago, or c Lr emer a.
G. P. A Chicago.
A n ITuhermann. only direct diamond
iiAporter In tha west. Cor. UtU and Pougiaa.
Johnson & Goodlett Co.
PHONES 1BTB AWI 4T48.
BARGAINS are the beaoon light which
turn h m,m n.t th. nonnlS SVer toward
our store. It the store that' continually
htllng-wher BARGAINS are w
found and where gooda are ly" freh
and up-to-data We talk QUALITY and
PRICE with It which will Juetify any on
to closely Investigate. W want your
ness. Call us up early.
Specials for Saturday
SARATOGA FLAKES Fresh, crisp Qn
and nice per box
LEMfVNR-Thi bent oualltr. thin skinned
and Juicy, regular 80o kind 14C
yui tftu7u ..""""-
rtittkh Thie omMhlnf extra fin
fresh, eweet, dairy; guaranteed a ff)C
good as any creamery per pound....
TIN CUP-Half pint sise; good, heavy Rc
uu, wvu iimuo uiw .u.
fKra nnp fine three-layer whit cakes.
nut, carrnel, orange, chocolate or coooa
nut they have no equal In quality, no
matter what price you pay 3UC
VAJU -"""-"-"
BREAD Our has no equal Try it gc
and see. Per loaf
JELLY Strawberry and raspberry, jr'ase
Jars. 16o quail ty 84C
per Jar .
BTRAWBHRRIES-rOur Will b right In
quality and price.
VEOKTABLflS All the best and freshest
at the lowest prices.
BOILING BEEF Tender and aweet QIq
per pound
LAMB STEW 3lC
per pound -.--..
PORK ROAST 7C
LEAF LARD
$1.00
16 pounda for
SPRING CHICKENS At loweet price.
Johnson & Goodlett Co.
SNMfc and Lake Sts.
Groceries, Meats aad Bakery.
f7
Black and Tan
Oxford Tics .
for Men
Here at this store Is the hand
somest line of men's summer
footwear shown In the city.
Low cut shoes In all the new
and correct styles and shapes
the smartest fashions of the
summer season.
Black Russian Calf, Vlcl Kid
and Patent Colt, and Tan Rus
sia Calf in the correct shades.
Lasts that are easy fitting
and comfortable as well as
smart and atyllah.
And price that are right
$3, $3,50, $4
ca
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Palate Gratifiers
CANTEI0tJPE8.
PINEAPPLES. 8TRAWBERRXK8,
FEACHB9.
GOOSEBERRIES', NATIVE CHERRIES.
rAI.IPOH.NJA VilSUKiUB,
NAVEL ORANOBS. BANANA.
Hire Root Beer
12c
121c
rer settle
Ralaton Breakfast Food
Per Package
Vlor- . 71C
for raoaage
Malta Ceres PkC
Per Package 'v
Knox' Gelatine
Par Package
Huyler' Chocolate
lie
yler s Chocolate ir
Per Pound
Strictly Fresh Eggs 1 CLn
Per Dosen
Chp Pound7.."!fT. 18-20c
Seasonable Suggestions
EQO PLANTS,
GREEN PEAS,
CAUUFLOWER.
FRESH TOMATOES,
BEAD LETTUCE,
ABPARAOUS,
, CXLERT,
NEW TURNIPS.
WAX. BEANS.
CUCUMBERS.
SPINACH.
NEW BEETS,
SPRING CHICKENS
EACH Spring Lamb
Hindquarters 30c
95 c
55c
Spring Lamb
Forequarters..
Toung Hens tin
Per Pound ,w
SOMMER BROS.
Exponents of Good Living,
28th and Farnam Sts.
Telephone. TOO, 1829, 1831.
Hen's Suit Salo
Choice SS worth up to $12.50
B. B. Goldberg, 717 and 78 Broadway,
Cor. lttk St., New York, decided te go Into
manufacturing Overcoat exclusively. For
this spring and summer eason he had
mad up aa enormous line of men' suit
to be retailed at 110.00 and $12.60. Aa he
was very anxloua to get rid of theae gooda
he accepted our offer. This enable us to
offer such unheard of values at the extreme
low price of 16.00 per suit.
Fsncy Vest Specials
We also place on sale Men's Fancy Vest,
white, also white with fanoy figures; also
styllah fanoy grey and buff color, at Wo,
worth, up to 12.00.
Those Werner Hade Pants
If you are In ned of a pair of outing or
dress pant be sure and look over our 11.90
offering before buying elsewhere. Tou pay
Just about IS.OO t otne of our high-priced
neighbor for similar goods.
Gooiyear Welt Shoes $1.98
This 1 an unusual good shoe bargain,
mad of fine vial kid, hand sewed, genuine
Goodyear Wait, stamped an th sele S.O0;
our sale price, tl.U. Our Gents' Furnish
ing department offers a good many special
value just now.
Tha Guarantee)
Clothing Co.
1519-1521 Douglas St.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
lead Ce gaatvle Cany
FRYSliOE
GREAT
SILK SALE
MONDAY
TBI RBLUILI ITOM.
P0CKETB00K PLEASERS
IN OUR CLOTHING DEPT.
fl0.00 SERGE SUITS $6.75.
For genuine scrviceableness and neatness of, appearanoo,
nothing will beat & blue serge suit FOR SATURDAY'S FE
CIAL We will sell Men's Fine All Wool Blue Serge SuitB, in
single-breasted, round cut, sack and double-breasted styles, mado
of a good quality of worsted serge, with good linings and trim
mings, hand padded shoulders and self-retaining hair cloth fronts,
in sizes from 34 to 46, chest measure; the best serge (T
I A rw Al f L- at- A fTyT A
Bull ever onerea iov me price,
f-H w w- y-w v w w-i a a
eriiUiALi rmuu baiuiuiai... ...
HOT WEATHER SUITS -7.50 AND f 10.00.
Th finest line of Men's Ceat and Pant
hemespun. worsteds, etc. In great rarlety
tailored, with hand padded haulder aad
fronts 910.00 md. , )
DONT FAIL TO
SPECIAL
f 2.50 TO ?4:00 MEN'S PANTS $1.50 AND $2.50.
Newest shades. In stripes, plaid, mixtures, ato. efcevtota, flannels.
homespun, tweed, erge Tour chance
good pair of pant for a small price AB
SPECIAL AT 82.60 AND
IS THE BOY
AN IMMENSE LINK OF BOTB' DOTJB
i . . . a .M .mm. wAmVAda nvinu. riuininiflm uiu lhqtvi.
many of these suits the pants have double
they come In all colors, In the neatest
SALE) SATURDAY AT
CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS
Sailor Blouse Suits, in all color,
from to 8 years, apeclal for Sat
35c
urdayspecial at too
Ifs Time You Were
Thinking of that NEW
SUMMER UAT.
WHAT SHALL IT BE?
An Imperial
.88.00
i sees ew3 00
-..HM
aeaee $! 50
42.00
producer and peer of
Tiger
John B. Stetson
Chaoiplea M.
Red Rover .........
They're all style
all hats; In this
w have them la all
blocks.
A GREAT SILK PURCHASE
We beg to announce the purchase of an lmmere quan
tity of fine Bilks from the well known manufacturers, A.
D. Juilliard & Co., 70 North St., New York. Plain silks,
fancy silks for suits and black silks. . These silks are now
in, and because of the exceedingly fine quality and the low
prices at which they will be sold, are bound to create a
furore. SALE COMMENCES MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1904.
Sunday papers will give full particulars and prices.
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Special for Saturday
$2 AND $3 FANCY UNDERWEAR fl PA
SPECIAL PRICE FOR SATURD A Y-U1T....
COLLARLESS SUMMER WEIGHT NIGHT . ' Cftb
SHIRTS SATURDAY ,.MJC
ALBERT CAHN,
Shirt Maker and Men's Furnisher ' 219 South 14th Street.
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For An Architect
. Thar as two room ta The Be huHdrng, ettber o wMoh, would
aiak a splendid ofloe for aa architect, or aay en requiring good tight.
Thee rw effloe are en the aertk M ef Ue bullalag aad have the
.plendla nortk llgat, whloh th draughtsman s nraoh appreolatea On
room 1 en ta tfta fleer, ta aU ef wmloa t Ux feet. Ttf rental
prloe per month la IM.00.
The ether effloe la a earaar room aa the flrat floor, and I 20x21
it ha window both on th north and oa th east and 1 divided Into a
mall prtvat eface aad a large work ream. This I furnished through
out In hard wood ha running water very high ceilings and I ne of
the handaomeat room In th building. Rental prloe per month U etO.OO.
R. C. PETERS & CO.,
Rental Agents
Ask Mrs. Hyde
At U14 Chicago, about our Sure Death to
bugsl
tine will tell you ah had tried many
thinn to rid her house of theae torment
and never funl such an annlhliaior of auga
a BCHAEFJCR B flUKE DEATH.
Mrs. Hyde lay It la "no duigrac to set
bug In a house, 'caue you oan't help that
Bometlmea," but It la too bad to leave thera
there when aurh a remedy la at hand.
We could refer you to many other Omaha,
Bouth Omaha or Council Bluffs ladlra wh
are lust aa enthualaailo over the use ef
OUR Bl'RK tEATH a la Mr. Hyde, but
thev might not like It. .
Mrs. fiyde said she WAS OR.S
HELP ANY HOl'SE KEEPER TO KNOW
there was a reliable prepareiion fer getting
rid of bed bus, cockroaches, ete. Cheap,
too 15c pint, fto quart, 0o half gallon, er
gallon. Delivered In Omaha, Reuta
Omaha or Council Bluffs at theae prices.
SCIIAEFEn'S r"n
B). T. TATE I, rropr.
16th and Chicago Bts., Omaha. 'Phone
147 and 77. Mlh and N. Bt., Bouth Omaha,
'Phone No. 1. &ih Ave and Main Bt.,
Council UlufTs. 'Phone HJ. All gooda de
livered la either city absolutely free.
CI
GREAT
SILK SALE
MONDAY
worm uui mi
w K 'J
Outing Suit la the ctty: tweeds, chertotn.
L'UDTllfin,
7.50
of nobby patterns, all well
lf-rtlnlag aaJr cloth
ee e .
SEE OUR LINE.
PANTS SALE
worst exT,
ta get a
1.50
A BATUKDAT
e-e
SUPPLIED ?
LB-BREASTED KNEH PANTS SUITS
:weeos.
2.50
knee and seats.
patterns ON
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1&0 'CHILDREN'S WASH PANTS 8C-
An Immense line. In all colors, age from
t to 10 year, th greatest nap Q
of th eaon at, per pair...
A PANAMA ?
We are closing out our entire line of
genuine Panama Hats, worth
cp t 810.00, at, your choice M M
&. uivr "THK r.IKIll OB" ' STRAW
HATS that can't help but please your ey
and pecketbook, too, ranging In price from.
lOt to 81.80.
BUT TOUR HAT AT HATDENS',
Ground Floor,
The Bee Building.
Saturday Specials,
Sleeve Protector 2Tq
60o Rubber Piapera 26a
too Rubber Complexion Brush ltu
20 Stick Gum 60
Quart bottle Port Win 3Ho
Pint bettl Port Win 26a
Quart bottle Malt WhUky.... 7rq
Pint botU Malt Whiskey 6"0
Theae are prepared especially for medici
nal purposes.
Whit
Crab
Rose, Heliotrope, Jockey Club,
Apple Blossom, Vlelet and Lily
lie Valley Perfume, regular too
or tne Valley Perfume, reg
vaiue, at, per ounce
t-ounoe bottle Witch Hasel...
16-ounce bottl Witch. IlaseL..
SS-ounce bottle Witch Hasel...
Milk.' Bmulaton
25
....MO
,...aof
....3g
,...6ta
Oermaa Liver Powder..
.26a
in.
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