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frrrrt r a tt v r. tt x rr"r Ti-rrr cr ty a tttt.v " i 1 r f
in, mmm to ioid
t Osaka Democrat! "Want Elallen-I'-gflr
for Gubernatorial nomination.
rCNTAXQlE CLU3 ORGAN SPEAKS
raasr Craai't Brpabltraa 0Bc-
' oldr for If Hpr BrfI
t Worlc with 8st
t tmml(le, ... J.. j .
. Ta mfotJrfc of tha Jacksonlan club Bat
urdajr right has bpn called to indorse Con
ITfflmu Hitchcock for renomlnatlon and
Xormnr Governor Jamn E. Boyd for aor
rnor," say john A. Rlne, on of tha
younger democratic leaders. "Fonta! cards
Jiave hem .nt out to all the member say
ins; that the g-Btlifirlny Is for tha purjK
ef putting- th club on record for congress
man 'and (rovernor. Under a rule adopted
I jr the club some threo wwks ego all In
dorsement must have a three-fourths vote
cf tha membership of the club. Previously
Do candidate could be formally championed
fcpfore nomination, but the club haa decided
that tt can do the most effective work by
g-ettlns; in a position to definitely aopport
men and measures.
"I am satisfied that the attempt to In
dorse Uoyd will not carry. Confrreasman
Jlitehcook haa no opposition. But I for
me will make a determined fight apalnst
tha approval of Boyd, for he hna not a
ghost f( a show to be nominated and there
la no use sacrificing- the sirensth of our
rtran!zt!on to leal pride, V. 1L Thomp-
aon ard Mr. F-hllfcnberger are both mem
ler of the club and the former may have
B. Gumbu of supporters."
v Tiil you see that threat In one' of the
tanralrt counter weeklies, that the Fonts.
ne.ll club would refuse to work with the
republican elate committee because Victor
Xiose.water had been made a member of the
executive committee, over the protest cf
scrr.e cf "a officers r asked, a republican
ffloo-lioldar. "Tha pretense la made that
to work with the oommittee would divulge
the Fontanel) club secrets to the opposition
faction. What does the Fontanelle club ex-
gct to do In the campaign that It dare not
tell to the regular party- managers? If it Is
nllsted for the success of the republican
ticket, why eheuld It not be willing; to go
Jons with everyone else engaged In the
am work? Aa far as the state committee
Is concerned it haa nothing to do with the
recognition of local factions it haa to op
erate through the various county organiza
tions aa represented by the county com
mittees in each county in the state and
. there Is no reason why it should do any
asfferently In this respect In Douglas county
than In Adams county or York county, or
any county between them,"
The Second Ward Republican club will
moot at 168 South (Sixteenth street Fri
day evening. Congressional and other
ranrlMates are expected to be present to
address tha club.
FCLLCWS TAYLOR'S FAILURE
Jlvll T. KTonnt, Stockholder In Globe
' Savings Bank, Flies Petition
' David T. Mount of Omaha baa flJod hla
reUtlon in voluntary bankruptcy In tha
United States district court. He schedules
Ills speclflo and contingent liabilities at
S.3.&0.14 and his assets at $681.50. He gives
lila vocation aa "in the employment of
tha Mount-Collins Land A Sheep company,
In charge of ita ranch." He further states
that he waa at one time in partnership
with J. H, Griffin, and that the firm waa
(dissolved in Augiiot, 1D3. Part of his con
tingent lfabliitiea are of that partnership.
Mr. Mount's bankruptcy, It is said, vlrtu
Uly grow out of the Cadet Taylor bank
ruptcy proceedings, and aped (ice provisions.
In the petition are identical with those of
tha Cadet Taylor petition. Including the
Globe Savings bank proceedings. The pe
titioner claims to hold three shares of the
capital stock of the Globe Savings bank,
t"M; and two shares of the capital stock
cf the Mount-Collins Land A Sheep com
This petition in bankruptcy was filed July
21 and la now made publlo for the first
Today all Eclley-Siien
bkim Wsasi bmts
and White Shirt Waists
AT LESS THAN HALT KCLLEY-STKinR'S PRICE
SI Shirt Waist Suits 1.50
Navgp were Shirt Waist Suits
Bold so far bulow their valu
-cool, dainty fashionable par
ments, pleated and piped walata
and aklrta some trimmed with
sertlon, othera so
stylish $4 suits, at
73 Shirt Waist Suits 2s3
Pretty Mohair Shirt Walat Sulla
are in this lot, also fine linen
walking suits; everyone bears
the lateat style Tea- ' FTS
Sft ! - I . 1 J
In- r t i
turea, ell the ultra fashionable wash suits
Kelley-Stlger's price up to seven dollars
and fifty cents, at
r:c:::a cf eastern
Ama Ouitlner of Vesta Cbnoter
t Will Be Held at Lake
- ! . , llaauawa. '
Vesta chapter No. 6, Order of the Eastern
Etar, win hold lta annual picnlo at Lake
Maaawa this afternoon and evening-.
lAa invitations have been extended the
chapter in Council Bluffs, South Omaha
and to Maple Leaf chapter of Omaha, It la
thought a larga crowd will be present, the
combined membership of the four chaptera
exceeding 700. The committee having; the
mutter in charge baa secured a number of
iandoma prises for the winners of the
iJlrTTrer.t eoitsita, whh-h will include run
ning races for boys and girls, young ladies'
race, bachelor kMs" race, fat men's race,
fit woman's race, throwing the hat, egg
fend spoon race, a tug-of-war contest be
tween buys living south and north of Far
1 rtJroot, togetl.tr with a watermelon
Htir.g contest, which will be free to all
jid-r IS. The east end of the pavilion has
i awue for the exclusive use of the
The shirt waists in this sale arsresh, new and of a
different sort rom any offered at a special price this
year. The tailored and shirred effects now so fashionable
ate here in the very daintiest and most charming styles.
O C- VJn:4c- QZ The-a waists
Ji 2lHi I HUUlO, UvW aro in tha new-
tailored ideas, aleo with wide laoe Insertion, pret-ji
tjr trlramlnK' la the sheor.white turn-
hirt waisla j)
Si Shirt Vaists, $1.50
Tailored Shirt Waists, also elaborately trimmed
waists with lace insertion and medal
lions, cluster of tucks and wie
pleatsFour dollar shirt
Jap Silk Vaists, 1.98
new Btylos in
these silk waists, made with tailored
pleats, narrow tucks, stitching, etc., also
with beautiful lace trimming-. Regular
15.00 silk shirt waists, at
50C STAT10IJEHY AT IOC BOX
10,000 boxes of high grade box paper from the
Kelley-Stiger stock. A pound of fine linen writing
paper with envelopes to match all tintsof stylish
blue, grey, lavendar, red, cream, white 1 rfh
Regular 50c value all over the city, (I !(T
V- A. KJ. r S
50s Summr Glavas 15-250
Light walght cool sutnmar gloves
of lisle thread and pure silk,
whits, blaok and colors, in all
sizes, some with large pearl bur
tons, at, per C"'VC
$1 Sliort Corsets at 50c
Satin Strip Corsets and ell
Satin Girdles, pink, blua
and whit, all sizes, sen
sible and jf
comfortable f rt
for summer jjL
wear, at. ....
Children's Shoes on Bargaia Square
, in Baccnient at 75c pair
Ql'JMX THURSDAY' YtEnnzr.rtsr snd Wcrr.cr.
.1 Li J U vJ L3 U u O
The Premium Parlor, Second Floor,
It TTss 'a huptHng, bustling 8ne Wednr-fHlay when Omaha'i economical
Ppcnlpra the bone, muncle ami tlRsue of any community rrent"J their
collertlng books and got tholr Bed Letter Dny Stamps. Mixing in with
the crowd at all hours of the day we could hear tb.-lr words of pralae
(civpn ofT-hnnrt nd without pretiiwIItBtlon) about the TKERI-TCPS QUALr
1ES OF THOSE "S. & II." C1UEKN TltADINli STAMP TRKMIUMB.
Oj little woman declared Sllnl HAD FUKNISUEO 2 BED ROOMS
AND WAS NOW "ENOAOIUV ON HEIt FRONT I'AKLOU. No doubt
ntKut it! Ifg the QUALITY OF TITIO niEMIUMS and the FOUR
PQUATin. CLEAN CUT NATURK OF THE GREEN TRADING STAMP
PROPOSITION TIIAT'T MAKING GREEN TRADING BTAMP COL
LECTING TJIF1 MOST POPULAR THING IN MODERN MERCHAN
DISING. HOW'S YOUR BTAMP BOOK COMING?
The Acme Nicely polished! A cool handle
Frying Pan a dainty, unique and very desira
ble Frying Pan. Just big enough for the early breakfast.
Ona of the best articles for the kitchen.
and 60o in Little Green Stiokera thrown in. Hardware seotion Basement
333 pairs children's patent tip, vici kid
lace shoes, spring heel light extension
' Bole size 6 to 8 and S& to 11
special tomorrow, at
J. L. Brandch & Sons j BOSTON
JSKW StlK.VI'ii JO Jr-llOCESS.
'A t'rt-itHVntinn Uiicorrred ht Will
Vnttrof tli DiudraS Germ.
' t!in it bas ben knnvn fh.f
(can.ttt.T 1st f.f.ut.-l hy a gorm that i'.ga up
fc'siiS' Jato UtUe -whits flttkaa, and by
e i i-hitf Urn viiailty of ths hair at ths root,
raiisc tailing Imir, anil, of course, finally
J.a;i!is. fir years lcre liav besn all
Mi3a t,f lialr stimuUnta and scnlp tor.lrs
in t:, tna.rkt, but thwra has hoen no mr
curs for dandruff until the dla-
nfciy cf a prfaratlin called Kewbro's
liru'icjaa, w hich destroy the ' dandruS
aurni. Ijvxin.y tint crub tha effect will
o mint. Kill the dandruff gtxm and
you'll havs no dandruff, no Itching- scahi,
r.u f4Jllr.gr hair. Sold by Uudlug- drutflata.
Hnrnl Va In stuu-s a f r luiraj le to Thtj ller-
n;ia Co.. Dvtruit, nioh. fhertnaa & Ho
loiiui!l l.rua tv., i'i-ii(U ei-'''-ts.
i J frM n li la PkkI of
lbruit)j Kttd Itriars
!'i li-.uo Oi-oat Western lal!way.
es on sale Aunrutt t to 11, Inclusive;
,1 returning- until August 2j. For fur
t.t lufui-matton lily lo 8. T. I'arkhurat,
ntual Afcout, 'id iunam strt, Omaha.,
!f !!UMi M mI t tna wnd r work ap-
,11s: t..,i:..t t.MK wi-iita t Vie tiin.iha
.-I- t.- :m ...i.y i-bu . i2ii.kvs a hi...-iui
I i t --i a. . - .iva a. .a juaa Jiit.d
by Boptembr 1, as tha board sxpecta to
convena in Omaiui soon aitrward to take
up th work of asnertalnlnir the valuo of
the plant. SuprrlmiMiciorit Hunt of tlie com
n:jr,y says that the plans prohfibly will be
linltihed by that time, only the Florence
puniutux station remaining; for detailed In
ventory. FATALLY WOUNDED BY WIFE
iersreant of Ninth Cavalry "Reported
B3t by Worn Wko Be
came J r al a a.
Pcrsfsnt "VVllllnm BpU of the Tn?h
United Btate cavalry la reported to liav
ben fatally Wounded by his wife. Lulu
Ball, on the Fort Robinson military reaeiw
vation about 1 o'clock Tueaday morning:.
Tha cause of tha tragedy Is attributed to
jealouay. Deputy United States Marshal
Sldos haa been ordered to proceed to Fart
I'hlrcon to t ' the allST-l ttMeres into
cuatody and bring her to Omaha for safa
Xlalf Pare to Ok. a bo I.
On every Friday and Saturday ticket
from Omaha and Council Bluffs will ba sold
to Lake Okobcjl and return at half fare by
THB C1I1CACKJ, MILWAUKEE A ST.
Everybody says Okoboji Is mora beautiful
tills year than ever. . The bathing: Is de
lightful, tha fichlnf great, the Saturday
uinht dancing; parties are swell. Better
id up for two or t!u.i. duy. Tlv,o.la luH
Farnam St., Omaha; L0 Broadway, Council
Ileclal Sunday Katie to area Wst
era Park, Munsigg, fa.
For the months of June, July, August
and Pepterober, on avery Sunday except
Iu)y S. tlia Chicago Great Western railway
will sell round-trip tl. V..:'s at one fare to
Great Western park, Waiuilnff, la. For fur-,
(her Information apply to S. i. I'arkhurst,
eueial .Mit, If. If Fam'a St.. Omaha, Kott.
K!b( 1 Urealraa 1o Appeal.
Contractor ftmrl3 K. Fanning:' com
pliant if at auiln io.t bitumen ia not lx tn
l-iiicd in th ailmlt. which the Ni-bi&tska
l.Mullthlo tHirni:Kiiy bcrn unlr-.g to re
pair tli 8tivi has Hiirrtil up cotinkifraMe
cooimniioo at tlt'i (iiv I,,. 'I. Although the
t'tntJi' ii ItHT Til;ir.-.i t. 1' alldlitH'a protr' t
to nilowln;;- tiio ectM. l ftviiioate of P !'t)
for the work It is anl timt the !n(-U. r
1a ly no tocttn -lo-i!. ranoinif. in I la
to:)!itorilctii.ni, thrt:ifiS to aii-al to tit
tiisiilct court if thft tatm im t.tatii.
4 w a, www
A chance to buy Laird, Bctvi-bt-r
& CVs. Mh rra", efyl!!
Jo 00 oxford tioa fur WM don't
often happen, but that's what
we are offering this week.
Take advantage of your oppor
tunity. Laird, E"hober Sc Co', patent
k!1, tiluclter cut, welt sole,
exford O tlf 1
for . . ,
A Co's. tan
Husala calf, welt sole, f t.i
to oxiird, lor .
Laird, Bchober Co'a, patent
ls-aihr, welt sole, - tZI
ti uIurd, for .-v
Women's S3. SO patent kid, welt
sole, military heel, f.f
oxforda, for ...--'
O.l I slses and styles In black
and tan kil, welt and turn sole,
oxfords, lormerly sold at tl.60
to to w rif..'7--r.
Look for tha tl;er at 14 7 Douglas street.
1 T '
A Great Gkancc in Women's
About sixty-five suits to close out our en
tire stock they were sold atr$?.00,
$f.9?.( $7,9?, $9.90, $1250 and $1450.
- all goon sale Thursday
morning, at, each .......
Women's and Misses' Bathing Suits
Very nobby .styles, black and navy, natty
trimmingprices $2.9?, $2.75, f (n)
$250.' $2.2 nnd . . . : : . Zm
$250, $2.2? and . . , a . .
Wash Goods Specials ZyXl Thursday
. , .A Bis 12c Leader
25c French Lawns 29c White Dlmltlea 35c Fancy Batiste
25c Klnona Cat 1 tea 29c Lace Striped WaUilcg-s 20c Black
India Linona 35c French OrgancSSes 32 inch, plain colors
Take your choice Thursday, f pg
only, yard. . ........ ...................... iliU 2 C
Blood of i!ie Grape
A pure clarified unfermented grape wine. In
Color Blood of the Grapa is brilliant aa a ruby;
it's guaranteed a' builder of the human system.
A small glass full diluted with ice water makes
,a most .refreshing summer drink. Blood. of the
; Grape lends itself to numerous culinary manipu
lations. Sells in bottles, 50c, and 2.00 in Little Green
Stickers thrown in, and 25c, and f 1.00 worth "a' & XL"
Green Trading Stamps.
Ak-S2r-C:ii Trip ta Eiair TIsksts, $1 EacS llzla FIcar
M f j I
Omaha's Bargain Center
. y i . .
L - -
WAPH BU(T8 Grand cln-up aala of ITi
soils, worth H.OO and $7.00, QfJ
rhnlp Thunirtav a. J"J
mfa AND I20.M SII.K BUITS-In O Qfi
chcks and trlip, cholf
J15.00 AND J1S-00 WOOL. SUITS 4Q5
RFECIAI, HOin SALES
' FROM R TILX. :30 A. M.
Jl.flO Women's Waists,
FROM t TILL 10 A. M.
75o Children's Dresses, all colors, limit or
two to a customer, 2tC
$1.50 Black Mcrcerlaed PetUooata, RQfl
a assa i n r ........................
Thursday Specials Fruit, Dutter. Hardwzre and Crockery
..... nmrrrDn anvrial
aT- ir arfcWar
FROM ISAAC A METKR 3 TniW AViL
, .i . FROM MAX ROXIX
FROM BHAFF A 61L.BERMAN,
(mlilne to mnk our clonk department th
I'loca of all places for brgnlns during th
next ten dnys. DON'T FAIL. TO BKti
t'HKFK GOI.)D8 THURSDAY.
SKIRTS In Ktamlnes and Sicilians, In a'J
styles, worth Vi. W, a creat y itit
snap, at ,.,"iVU
pklKTS In beautiful Voile and many
other matnriHls, in dresa and walking
lenaths. worth (10.CKV R tt
WA18TtJ From Mux Roth, la all fabric.
st lews than halt rrlce.
CHINA 81L.K WAISTS Trimmed with
laces and innertion, worth f 70
up to th.f, choice Thursday....... V
$1.60 WASH WAISTS In all color fU)n
nd white, choli'e Thursday J J
13-W WAISTS-In beautiful whit . Cfl
lownn. at .I.UVJ
2 00 AVAISTS-In all stylo and '7Qfl
great variety of fabrics, at
FROM 10 TILL. 11 A, M.
Women' Lawn and Fercalo CiC ". 1
Klmanas. at v ,JW. V -''
FROM 11 A. M. TILL U M.
Women's Uwn Wrapper, all flrt
1. M Women' Lawn and Fercala
$2.6!) Women' Lawn and Fercala 1.23
Women' Crepe and Lawn
4S lb. acks High Patent, 4X Flour.. ..$1.15
Laraa sacks Cornmeal liWo
19 bar liest Lunary Soap o
3 lb. catiA lioeton linked Bean .......7c
Bulk; Laundry Starch, per lb. ,.3W
1 lb. package beat Cornstarch 40
Force, Vlftor, Netitrlta, Egg Q;See or
X-Celo, per package 7Ho
Fancy crlnp Ginaer Snaps, per lb '. 4o
Fancy Soda, Oyster, Butter or Milk
. Crackers, per lb 8o
FRESH FRUIT SPECIALS.
FANCT, LARGTC, JUICY, SWEET ir
BARTLETT FKAR3, per doa
Irfre Juicy ITlphland Imona, per doa. .12c
Fancy large Bananaa, per dos. 32c
Large sweet juicy Oranges, per doa. 12c
Tomorrow in Putter Dept. wa will fnak.
an extra special sale of fancy, frosb. ooua
try butter. We received an extra lama
shipment of this Rrado, and Will glYa ou
customers the benefit. It la fine flavor,
end a good table butter, tomorrow, te
pound . . . 12)a4
CHINA SPECIALS. .
8So Rock Crystal Fruit & Berry Dlahea'Kkj
Tin top Jelly Uiasses, each la
100 pleca Decorated Dinner Bet .,......t&.4
Extra Special Binding Twin, per lb. 1"44
3 burner Gasoline fctove ..M..M...m..(U.l
80 Inch Adjustable Screens ...,.... 2J
12 quart blue and whlta Knameled Falls bSo
I quart Tin Fruit Can, per tto. ......tVlM
LsJ ' D u" 4mJ 11 mJ
The fertiia toils ot
, Yield in ovorfiowing abundance, and in 4
. ', tha highest perfection, every grain, grass,
wacatabla and fruit of the temperate spne. The
eplendid train service of the Union Faciflo enables
persons to reach these localities quicker and in a
more comfortable manner than via any other route. . .
C FACIAL RATES
First and third Tuesday cf every luuath
CAYLiaHT RISC Of
00 f"!LE3 ALCNQ THE CC&UTtrUa,
CITY Tltao. v ITICK,
UlilflSM.i Ci, r.5 :;:':$ St.
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j:lt ci s a. u.
Ullli baud nu.l.v .frea fluwera cwat.
Iln slut II ran ir, lua areata
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Illinois Central R. R.
Round Trip Rates From Omaha
French Lick Springs, Ind., on sale July 22 to 25 ....f20.75
Boston, Mass., on sale August 11 to 13 t30.50
, Tickets to points below on sale flaily until September 80tn,
Eeturn October 81st-
Montreal F. Q $33.00
Buffalo, N. Y.... (27.15
Put in-Bay, Ohio 822.25
Chautauqua Lake Points. 27.15
Chicago (via St Louis one
Charlevoix. Mich S21.25
Detroit Mich $21.00
Quebec, P. Q ...$38.85
Mackinac Island, Mich. $23-25
Bandusky, Ohio $23.00
Cambridge Spring. Pa. $27.15
St Paul-Minneapolis.... $12.50
Alexandria, Minn $15.25
Walker, Minn (Leech
Rice Lake, Wis $15.00
Winnepejr, Man $35.00
Watervlllo, Minn $10.50
Madison Lake, Minn 4.. $10.50
Spirit Lake (Okoboji)....$i).C5
Waterloo. Iowa $11.65
Cherokee, Iowa... $3-85
many other points In Illinois,
Ontario and New York State.
Correspondingly low rates to
ttichifi-nn. Wisconsin. Minnesota.
Attractive tours of the Great Lakes via fall to Chicago or Dt
loth and steamer.
. Before planning your trip, call at City Ticket Office. No. 103
Farnam St, or write (
W. H. BRILL, Dist. Pass. Agt., Omaha, Neb.
f 1 r f
m 04 p.
Dosloa end Albar; fiyo.
T Througli Standard and Tourist Sleepers vlaj
this route-will leave Omaha 5:40 p, m. August 11,
reaching Boston afternoon August 13. .,' ;
, 4Via New York and rail, rate will be 34.20.
I . yia New York and boat, rate will be f 33.20.
Stopover at New York allowed by, depositing
ticket and on payment of 1.00 fee.
Union Depot connections in Chicago in both
Tickets at above dates on sale August 11, 12
and 13. Extreme return limit September SO. K ,
.Berths reserved on application. 1(
Ji 1323 Far.::? St., C..::!.;,
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