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TITE OMAITA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1003.
On of 1h mnitt Important chapters In
"The Ftwdotn of Life," the nfr book by
Annie Pavson Call, author of "Tower
Through Repose," etc., published by Lit
tle, Erown A Co.. la the chapter on "How
to Bleep Restfully." Miss Call say:
There are three thin" that prevent
deep over-fstlirue. material disturbances
from the outside, and mental disturbances
"In nine case out of ten It Is the tin
wIlllnRness to lie awake that keeps us
awake. We wonder why we do not sleep.
We toss anil turn and wish we could sleep.
We fret, and fume, and worry, because
we rlo not sleep. We think of all we have
to do on the following day. and are op
pressed with the thought that we cannot i
do It If we do not sleep, urst, we try
one experiment to see If It will not make
us sleep, and when it falls, we fry an
other, and perhaps another. In each ex
periment we are watching to see If tt
will work. There are many things to do,
any one of which might help us to sleep,
but the watching to see If they will work
keep us awake.
"There are five things to remember to
help rest an overtired brain: 1. A healthy
Indifference to wakefulness. 2. Concentra
tion of the mind on simple things. 3. Re
laxation of the body. 4. Gentle rhythmic
breathing of fresh air. 6. Regular nour
ishment." The Harpers announce that the sixth vol
ume In the "American Nation" series la
ready for Immediate publication. This vol
ume will be called Provincial America, and
Is written by Evarts B. Greene, Th.U.,
professor of history, University of Illinois.
It covers the early days of the. develop
ment of the American commonwealth, from
1690 to 1740, and is the first of the second
group of live volumes, under the general
heading of Transformation Into a Nation,
prof. Greene Is a specialist In the
period of which ha writes. After graduat
ing from Harvard, be became instructor
in history in that university, obtaining
his Ph.D. degree in 1853. Then followed
a few years' travel and study In Ger
many before he took up his work at the
University of Illinois, where he has been
professor of history for the past eight or
ten years. Prof. Greene has been
a frequent contributor to various historical
and educational periodicals, and has writ
ten a volume entitled The Provincial Gov
ernor In the English Colonies of North
America. Volume VI carries out the plan
for the entire series, as the editor, Prof.
A. B. Hart of Harvard university,
outlines It: "A history written by expert"
The Vlr Publishing company of Phila
delphia, has Just divided $500 In gold among
ten persons In the United States and one
In England for the name "Husband, Wife
and Home," which was adjudged tha
title best suited for Dr. Charles Frederic
Goss' new book, one to which men and
women sensitive to family friction and
alert to "the best means of correcting It
will turn for suggestion and relief.
D. Appleton A Co. have acquired the
Booklovers' Magazine of Philadelphia and
will publish It In New Tork under the title
of Appleton's Booklovers' Magazine, be
ginning with the July number. It Is said
that D. Appleton Sc Co. expect to greatly
Increase their sales of books and the effi
ciency of their advertising through Its
agency. It Is understood that the policy of
the magaxlne will be changed and that
the fact and Action of Appleton' best au
thors will be published In It serially. The
houso will naturally make an extraordinary
effort to have the first number published
tinder the new title a great success and
much Is to be expected of it.
So attractive and so varied are the ar
ticles In tha World of Today for July that
readers will find It difficult to decide what
to read first. Fot a 10-cent magaxlne the
quality of both the reading matter and the
illustrations Is remarkable. The wide In
terest In the municipal ownership problem
makes particularly timely the article by
Francis W. Parker on "Municipal Owner
ship and Graft."
For both timeliness and vivacity the July
number of the Atlantic Is a notable one.
The leading article, a plea for Publicity for
Express Companies, by Prof. F. H. Dixon,
Is a searching study of the vast but little
understood business of the express com
panies In this country which will open the
eyes of many people.
The summer number of Poet Lore Is one
of the most valuable Issues of this maga
line so absolutely indispensable to the
student of literature. The leading contribu
tion is a complete translation of Maeter
linck's new play, "Joyxelle," and like all
Poet Lore plays, the translation Is a
masterpiece, giving in English the very
life of the French original. Poet Lore
seems to gain in both literary value and
typographical excellence with every Issue.
If you want to feel glad that you are
alive and able to enjoy the wealth of out
door treasures that our magnificent country
affords. Just read the Country Calendar
for July. The luscious yellow-green canta
loupe of the cover well Indexes the seat
that waits within. The Country Calendar's
continued employment of the slncerest and
pleasantest outdoor literature, with Its
lavishly beautiful pictures and typography,
will keep It high in the Interests of those
who truly love "God's green earth."
Between the very attractive and season
able covers the Pilgrim for July contains
a number of articles of more than passing
Interest and quantity of genuinely good
fiction. The stories by Samuel Merwtn,
Susie Bouchelle Wight and Karl Edwin
Harriman are all charmingly Illustrated
and deal with affairs of life In such a way
as to make for the most entertainment in
tha least space. .
Above books at lowest retail prices.
Matthews, 127 South Fifteenth street.
LESS MONEY FOR SCHOOLS
Three Thoiusi Dollars Cat OS by
Ckance la Method of Tak
! a- Ceaaaa.
Complete returns for the Omaha schrol
census show the net decrease In persons
of school age enumerated Is 2.61S. being
due, as previously explained, to eliminating
the old duplication of names and tho
wholesale use by inserting the membership
rolls of colleges, parochial and private
schools, academies and convents.
This means a loss of about fi.WO In
state school money, for the amount re
ceived Is measured by the number of per
sons of school age In the district. Last
year's census gave M.7GJ and the one this
year only O.ttd. In the missing district,
the north half of the Second ward, ths
drop was from J.6&1 to Z.S1S.
FRIDAY WE WILL SELL ALL
Remnants Odd Pieces
OF OUR FINEST SUMMER GOODS.
Ev- Lont r1ntao Extra wide Corset Cover Embroideries, in
mDrOlUCriCS all the very newest patterns, width up to
sissisiBassMasssiBSBBi eighteen Inchas high
est quality of Swiss, nainsook and cambric, at a
Medium widths af the newest Embroideries and ,
Inserting s, many match seta in thU lot, at
Importer's odd pieces and sample strips of beau
tiful laces, New lots just received clean,
"Baaaaaaaai crisp, white, cream and ecru laces, cluny
bands, torchons, plat vals, etc., etc.
Hundred" of styles of medium Pplendid lots of wide lnces, up to
and .narrow widths, worth up to I 8 inches, bargain tables, worth up
luc yard, at yard to 'Zoc yard at
2c od 3c I 5c -nd 7V2C
special sale at per yard
Silk finished Foulard!), black and
blue grounds, with small and me
dium figures. 2."c Is the mm j
price everywhere, spe- g
clal at per yard 2
Tbousauds of yards of Panama
Sultinjjs, woven designs; fancy
dress olles, Seer
all worth 15c, for, yard.,
Fine quality of Printed Lawns,
splendid range of pretty styles,
dots, stripes and floral
effects on black aud
white grounds yard
Silk Organdies large floral patterns, in full
dress lengths, just received and are f f
worth thirty-five cents a yard on RZjC
-In the Morning-
From 8 Till 10o' Clock
Short lengths of bleached and
unbleached muslin, print
ed lawns, percales, calico,
to., per yard
Fifteen-cent quality white India
I.lnon. thousands of yards
on long lengths, on
bargain square for,
Mneteeu-cent grade Silk
nearly every shade,
a very spe
French Ginghams, in corded effects,
in stripes, checks, etc., mostly
pink styles a
great bargain for
In the Afternoon
From 2 Till 4 o'Clock
Two large bargain squares fancy
printed voile suiting, figured ba
tistes, fine lace lawns and
all odds and ends of high M f
grade summer wash fab
rlcs, for, per yard
Linen Remnants ?n'mt,f of linen toweling
in to 2 yard lengths C
worth as high as 12c yard, at, a remnant
One lot of damaged towels
Bargain square of table linen rem
nants In all grades and lengths.
These remnants must be sold quickly
and the extremly low prices at which
we mark them, will surely move
while they last,
Carpet Samples 1 1-8 yards long
worth $1.00 in basement, at, each....
Dress Goods ?"h, cia.lB dJTi,flleltZeTlIom
5th Ave., New York. Heavy and light weight goods, all
colors for party and street wear In lengths from 3 to 10 ,
yards, at, yard
25c Organdie at 5c Yard Another big assortment from the mills
beautiful dress stuff for summer or party wear
at, per yard
Silk Remivants TXLt
6,000 yards of foulards, waah OQn
silks .taffetas, etc., at, yard ..
XI and atf-lnrh white wash silks Kun
metal stripes, and 77- RQp.fiQc
In. black taffeta, yard..c'-:rw J,W
Pongee silks, natural and lead- AQc
Ing colors, at, yard -w J
Extra special yard wide changeable
taffeta, chiffon finish, guar- QQp
anteed pure silk, only, yd
Boys' $2.50 Suits, $1
Double-breasted, Norfolk and Rus
sian styles, all this summer's
popular effects only tl 00
300 of them I!
to go Friday
All our boys Mothers' Friend
Waists TZ".. 10c
All the boys' "Wash Pants
worth 35c at
Ladies' White Linen
The newest eastern fad
shoe in Omaha
real turn and welt
White Canvas Oxfords
To close this line out
Friday your - choice
f?0 DATE OF MEETING YET
Ttnia f tat Caavcatloa Not Dla
aacd, Say Commit teeanaa
Loaia J. tUattl.
Local democrats say they have heard
nothing regarding the state convention of
their party and haven't the slightest sus
picion as to when and where It will be
held. Louts . Ptattl. a member of the
tats executive committee, says:
i nave received no word from Btata
Chairman T. 8. Allen of Lincoln and am
totally la tho dark about Uta convention.
Tor the past seven years have been
a far better Investment than money
In bank on Interest, and all Indications
are they will continue to be. Unusual
demand with the growing scarcity of
them are bound to force tnem up aim
higher. We have them In all sixes
up to 3H carats. An extraordinary
bargain in two stones fine color,
Bllghtly Imperfect, weighing 7 S-M
carats, at 6&5.00-leas than $100.00 per
carat think of It.
15'. & DODGE. 5
t t h. not thought of It before. I
have heard no discussion of candidates
and haven't the slightest Idea aooui i
time and place of the convention."
Other local leaders of the party have
about the same amount of Information to
, Appendix Kept Bay.
va annendlx la kept busy warding oft
.v.. ,nn nf eonatlnatlon. Help It with
Dr. King s New Life Pills.' X5o. For sals by
Bhermaa & McConnell Drug company.
tJ-K wedding rtngs. Edholm. Jeweler.
The following marriage licenses have
Name and Residence. I Age
OSuy W. Jobna, Omaha : I W
Clothilda Hockey, Dea Moines 27
l.v.n a Tjrtl Omaha &4
An Kiika. Iowa City 20
Claude W. Gillian, Omaha 23
Amy 1. Carman. Omaha Zl
Thomas E. Huberts. Kosedale, Kan 62
Flora Huberts, Koseaaie. mh
Isaac 1). Jones, Murdock. Neb SS
Kdna Moon, Ashland, Neb 27
Krank Krsjlcek. Omaha SO
Annie Marlk. Omaha Zi
fnli m m A Iltnrrlinu
Pains In the stomach, colic and diarrhoea
are quicaiy relieved Dy the use of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. When In need of such a medl
cine, five U a trial.
Rock Island System
Via Portland in one direc
tion. July 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13,
23, 2G, 27; August 6, 7, 8,
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
17, 29, 30, 31.
Return limit ninety days.
Liberal stopovers and
low rates for side rides.
Through New Mexico
Dining car service and re
clining chair cars both
F. P. RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.
IJJJ Faraam St, Onubt, Neb.
OMAHA WF.ATIIF.R REPORT
LJLl XL j El
July Clearance Sale of Laces
All-over Oriental net laces in white, cream and ecru; in pretty wa
designs, worth up to xi.7& yard; Friday, yard
10c LACKS FOR 2Vtf. YARD Cream and white laces In Normnndy
nea, edgings. Insertions and appliques; all go at one price Friday
l.OflO yards Fine Swiss and Nainsook Embroideries to ko at less
half price. In this big lot we have Insertions, headings and edgln
in iour lots:
Lot 1 10c values; Friday, llr1 I ko 3-20c values; Friday,
Lot 2-15c values: Friday, (Sj-i
Lot 431)0 values; Friday,
Ladies' White Waist Patterns Cheap
About 3 left made of flno white French lawn, embroidered white g Q
front, collars and cults; each pattern Is worth $1.25 and $1.60; I AG
Friday, each w
Twenty ($2.00) Green Trading Stamps With Each.
10-Inch white lawns. In lengths of 1V4 to 6 yards in each piece; worth e.
18c yard; Friday, yard tW
Remnants of colored lawns, voiles and Panamas, lengths 14 to 15 yds., slr
worth to ISc yard; Friday, yard OjV
Remnants of fine batistes, Swisses, crash suitings and fancy voiles,
lengths 2 to 12 yards, worth up to ;i5c yard; Friday, yard 3
All our remnants Irish dimities, tine figured mulls, organdies and C
Swisses, worth to oOc yard, lengths 2'4 to 14 yards: Friday, vard ICm
Nice dark dress percales, worth 8 l-3c yard; Friday,
Towel Very Cheap
100 doien Turkish and huck towels,
for Friday only, i
Pillow Cases &.t Less Than
Cumo In three jzs. fln.i f.u.ll!"" .. -lln,
free from dressing, ull Hit
ready for use; Friday, eac h. .. VJ
Manufacturer's Sample ef
Fine Bleached Table Damask
Worth 96c yard Friday we will sell
REMNANT TABLE OF RliADY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING FOR LADIES AND
t niLUKKN. 'B WILL MAKE AN EXTRA SHOWING FRI
DAY (REMNANT DAY) ON OCR BARGAIN CIRCLE. SECOND
FLOOR. THERE WILL BE NEARLY THREE HUNDRED
PIECES ON IT, worth from 76c to $2.00 Get first pick for ,
LITTLE CHILDREN'S COATS One to four years; white, pink, and UQr
blue; marked down from $1.25 and $1.60 to uw
Ladies' Silk Petticoats
ONE HUNDRED JUST PURCHASED AT HALF PRICE. HEAVT TAFFETA
SILK. GUARANTEED QUALITY, RUFFLES OR DEEP ACCORDION
PLEATS colors black, navy, green, gray, heliotrope, light blue, red, QE
pink, orange values up to $H.U0all "J
Special Sale of Hair Ornaments
Two gross of fine quality side and back combs, In shell only, and
hair barrettes In amber and shell regular 19c and 25c articles;
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY. EACH
Ribbon Sale. for Friday
WARRANTED WASHABLE TAFFETA SILK RIBBONS From ?H to 4
wide, full assortment of colors, regular 2c and 20c values SPE-
UAii,iKiiAi,,jara, loc and,
July Clearing Sale of Ladies' Hose
Lisle, drop stitched and balbrlggan ribbed hose. In plain and fancy
colors, worth 6)c and 35c SPECIAL FRIDAY, pair
il For Friday
A Special New Line of Trimmed Duck Hats Id roll brim
Sailors with neat silk bow 'crojs front, $1.98 CIQ
value'B, f or OC
Duck Ha.ts in Simpler Trimmed Effects 49c
"Sinclair" Lingerie Haits Thp sensible hat for July.
f 1 1 J 1 ' 1 A A .
onaae ana cooiness in ine mere contemplation oi a
"Sinclair Lingerie Hat and perfect satis
faction in the wearing of it too,
The best values and the best goods,
with the largest varieties.
Twenty ($2.00) Green Trading Stamps
with pound package Ben- OU,
nett's Capitol Coffee Ofc
Twenty ($2.00) Green Trading flfir1
Stamps with pound Tea ....
Ten ($1.00) Green Trading Stamps
with can Diamond "S" OI,.
Ten ($1.00) Green . Trading Stamps
with can Omar Peaches, lBC
Ten ($1.00) Green Trading Stamps
with can Omar Pears, 18C
Ten ($1.00) Green Trading Stamps
with two cans Pumpkin, 20C
Ten ($1.00) Green Trading Stamps
with package Seeded Raisins,
Ten '($i!66i " Green Trading Stamps
with eight bars Bennett's 0n
Bargain Soap auw
Twenty ($2.00) Green Trading Stamps
with can Diamond "8" Oflp
STRICTLY FRESH COUNTRY EGGS
A large quantity Just re- fC
celved, per dozen
Five (50c) Green T'llng Stamps
with package pure sugar Oc
stick candy IVW
Big Clearing Sale on
COME EARLY WHILE THEY LAST
Eighty ($8.0f) Green Trading Stamps
with 7, 8 or 8 Tea Kettle
$1.08, 98c, 88c
Fifty ($5.00) Green Trading
Stamps with 2-qt. Tea or
fifty ($5.00) Green Trading
Stamps with -qt. Tea or
Fifty ($5 00) Green Trading
Stamps with 4-qt. Tea or
EVERY PIECE GUARANTEED
(No Exchanges Made In This Sale.)
First National Hank
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Capital i5500.000.00 '
Surplus and Undivided Profits. .329,357.G5
Deposits .; $9,800,473.39
Herman Kountze, President. John A. Crelguton, Vice President
F. II. Davis. Cashier.
C. T. Konntie, Aast-Caahler. U L. Kountze, Aast.-Ca shier.
Special facilities and liberal terms offered for mercantile and
banking account. Your Imslnesa solicited.
Three per cent on Time Deposits.
WANT DESIRABLE TENANTS?
aMvartla La Th Baa.
1 fcS ,rrD
THE NOODIEST OUT
Genuine matting ault cases the finest quality;
leather bound. Just the thing for traveling; very light
K'pfht Anri ovtromelv nsnt
"J aeight and extremely neat
Prices 13.50, $3.75 and $4.00.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY, 1209 FAR HAM ST.
Ought to be In good order while away on your vaca
tion. Don't put It off until you are ready to go-leave
it with us now for a few days, we will have It all rvudy
(or uu. Look (or the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
. 111 iuugla , Street.
Sale of Ladles'
THE RELIABLE! STORE.
After Inventory Bargain Day
IN THE MAIN WASH
These are not mill ends nor aevondg, but remnnnta of high grade wash
Koods from our own Hook the best oods mnuufnetured.
.Wo, .Vic and We OOODS AT l.V.
Remnants of the finest mercerized Jaequnrds, Oxford, cords, popllna, etc.. that
sold up to r0o; remnants of silk organdies, In tho finest colorings, worth ir
up to 6Sc yard; all Mill go at .IOC
KEMXANTS OK .VV AXD 30c OOOI1S AT 12Vje.
Hrmnanta of fine white mercerized goods, lu 3Vi yards and up, Ann India Hnona,
Prenoh lnwns, Persian lawns, batiste and white gools, also Scotch
Madras, linen Madras and other goods, np to 50c; a yard. . laW2C
2.V. 31lc AXD .V)e GOODS KOK 10c YARD.
Ilemnanta of ROc Oxfords, remnnnta of 50o mercerlzetl goods, remnant of 25c
and 31)o organdies and half silk goods, remnants of various goods (A
worth up to rc yard; all will go at ...1UC
25c, 35c, 5O0 AXD TkSo MXIXOS, 10c.
Remnants of Sampson's silk, remnants of Yania Mia silk, remnants of Lustra!,
of Gloria, of Manhattan and other goods worth up to 58c yard: fl A
go at : lUc
A large line of all kinds of goods at, ynnl ...S
GREAT REMNANT SALE OF SILKS
Silk remnants, good qunllty
A I Silk remnants, of fnncy and plain, f
lUv good value for 5ic at, yard....I.C
Remnnnta of of all our plain and fancy silks worth up to $2.00 yard
YOUR CHOICE lllrrf T' .
COLOR IIARUTAI All the late shades, Including cream, black and A r
white, 27 Inches wide, 5c value; at, yard.... r J C
Friday Specials in the Big West Room
FINE PRINTED BATISTE Worth
regularly mc yard, at
Pretty lawns and batistes that sold
at 15c yard, at
Standard dress prints, worth 6c
Scotch lawns that sold at 6c per
Seersucker ginghams, regular 10c
Dianaara percales, as inches wide. C 1
15c quality, at 7...0 iO
Apron lawns, 40 Inches wide, that sold up
io mc long mm ends;
Printed foulards, long mill ends that sold
up to 19c yard: o
White goods, worth up to 25v on one R
big bargain square; at, yd., 10c, 7o,..Ow
Hay den's Grocery Prices m Sl!f0Yf&Xi
9 lbs. best cane granulated sugar for 60c
10 bars Swift's Pride, Beat 'Em All or
White Paris Laundry Soap 25c
4 lbs. best bulk laundry starch f....hc
4 lbs. choice Japan rice 15c
4 lbs. best Pearl tapioca, sago, barley
or Farina 15c
10 lbs. white cornmeal 10c
48-lb. sacks fancy high patent Min
nesota flour Jl 48
Morgan's Sapollo, per bar 6o
Pearllne, per package 2c
On-Time yeast, per package 2c
1-lh. package Imported Macaroni RSc
3-lb. cans Boston baked beans 7c
1- lb rans fancy Alaska salmon to
Oil or mustard sardines, per can. ........ 4a
The best soda ot butter crackers,
per lb ..Ho
Fresh, crisp ginger snaps, per lb 4',o
Xcello, Malta Vita or Egg-O-See,
per package 7tyo
2- lb. pBckage Undnveno oatmeal q
FRIIT. FRUIT. FRUIT.
Large, Juicy lemons, per doi J5j
Lai'Ke basket ripe tomatoes 2oo
Large basket fancy California Plums
or Apricots 30o
English walnuts, per lb 10a
Three measures peanuts for..... ,....100
Heat electric light janitor service
all night and Sunday elevator ser
vice a fire proof building all cost
the tenant of The Bee Building '
o The Housekeepers
Have you given sufficent thought to
household economics? Did it ever
occur to you that EFFICIENCY is the
most important item to be considered?
If you use the Eclipse Gas Range your
troubles will be over for it is one of the
most perfect gas stoves on the market.
Eclipse Gas Stove Company
In Every Towiv to Sell
&Ae SATURDAY BEE
It contains 18 pages of special magazine features, including
10 colored pages with BUSTER BROWN COMICS, altogether 80
pages, and is a big seller everywhere on Saturday afternoon, wheq
the farmers are in town.
We will send any boy the first 10 COPIES FREE.
For Full Particular. Write lo
The OmaheL Bee,
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