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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1905)
TITE OMAITA DAILY BEE: FATT7RPAY, JULY 8, 1005.
WORK ON NEBRASKA CANALS
Construction 8oon Will Ee Bernmed, Bsji
Haywari G. LearitU
OXNARIS NOT BACK OF ENTERPRISE
Hr. LaT!tt Name Miiiy Promlifit
.Men, I.oonllr nd Othrrwlif,
Wkt Arc the Real
"Work will be resumed on the Farmers'
canal and the Columbus canal u soon as
the machinery which has tyen ordered
can he delivered and as soon as the mulns
can be purchased. In search of which
the agents are scouring Nebraska. The
machinery has been shipped und the en
tire equipment has been ordered. and
everything; will be In readiness for the
start as soon as It and the mules arrive."
This statement was made by' Hayward Q.
leavltt of the suirar beet Industry In Ne
braska. "There Is no truth In th report published
several flay aKO thnt the Oxnards are
bfk of this enterprise," added Mr. Loavltt.
The men who are barking this scheme
sre all westerners and men who are In
terested in tbe development of the west,
snd Include many local men. Borne of
them are Colonel Pratt, K. A. Cudahy,
Krank Colpetser, E. R. m Dixon, George
Tcek, Joy Morton, E. T. Robblns, former
president of Omaha picking company; T.
Jefferson Coolldge. Jr.; Captain Palmer,
Jtoward Elliot, president of the Northern
raclflc: William fitull, 3. II. Watson, H.
A. Bchmode, H. Scllley, superintendent of
the Btandard Poet Bugar company; M. N.
Spencer and O. W. Romberg of Red Oak,
F. M. Castettler of Blair and Robert Prin
gle of Chicago. Samuel Thome of New
Tork, W. H. Ferguson of I-lncoln. F. A.'
Pelano, vice president of the Wabash;
C. II. Deere, president of the Deere Plow
Company; C. H. Howard, president of the
American Foundry company, and J. H.
Eckles, president of the Commercial Na
tional bank of Chicago.
Plsr Water Rlchts.
"Water rights covorlng 120,009 acres have
been adjudicated by the supreme court of
Nebraska In favor of the company, and
the right to SO.000 acres furnished by water
at the rate of 1.142 cubic feet per second
dates back to September, 1AS7. The country
Js being tested for sugar beets under Ir
rigation, 1.000 rcres being grown this year,
which will be shipped to Leavltt, Neb., to
be made Into sugar.
"Twenty miles of canal have been com
pleted from the state line east and twenty
additional miles will be constructed this
year, requiring the removal of 1,000,000
yards of earth. The whole work con
templated required the removal of 8,000,000
yards. The right to water and additional
land amounting to 128,000 acres In Wyom
ing and Nebraska and lying above the
route of the Farmers' and Columbus
canals Is In controversy between the Trl
state Land company and the government.
W made application for this land Octo
ber I, 1904, and the government made no
move toward acquiring It until six weeks
"This entire project Is separate and
part from the work being done by the
government or contemplated by ttie gov
ernment, being planned and worked out
by individuals. The men back of this en
terprise realize that the development of
that portion of the state Is of immense
benefit to Omaha,"
Frtfthtfal Loss of Life
results from throat and lung diseases. Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption is
a sure cure. JOc and $1.00. For sale by
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Saperk Service, Splendid Scenery
enroute to Niagara Falls, Muskoka and
Kawartha lakes, Georgia bay and Tema
gaml region, Bt. I.wrence river and rap
Ida. Thousand Islands, White mountains
nd Atlantlo sea coast resorts, via Grand
Trunk Railway System. , Double track
Chicago to Montreal and Niagara Falls,
For copies of tourist publications apply
to Geo. W. Vaux, A. G. P. & T. A., 135
Adams Bt., Chicago.
ll.ftO St. Pant aad Minneapolis
ad Return Via ChlcasTO Great
Tickets on sale dally to September Kth.
Final return limit October 81st. Also equally
low rates to Minnesota, North Dakota,
Colorado. Utah and Wyoming points. Fol
further Information apply to S, D. Park
hurst, general agent, 161,1 Farnam street,
KranicI) & Bach
IVI iyib5 Saturday
THE SEASON'S GREATEST
Clothing Clean-up Sale
ODDS AND ENDS
$io$?2.5o$i5 Suits at $5
We have gathered the choicest sum
mer suits from our 10, f 12.30 and f 15
tables and priced them for a record-
a breaking sale Saturday. Such fine
. suits as these never sold at anything
like $3 this season's patterns per
H iloretl correct fit light out-
t:;& Ing suits single and double breasted
"' A'Sii medium wiorhr.
suits also 80
fine serge suits
you can see at
once these are un
usual values, are
Men's Pants tyn
worth $2 uvd $2.50
New York manufacturer's overstock
of men's pants in all regular sizes,
30 to 42 waist measure lengths up
to 36. Pants for dress sfs
for business and every day work great- Ufj,
est pants bargain Brandeis ever offered
bargain square, at
at earn Ei. VI
On Sa.le in Boy's Department Third Floor.
BOYS' WASHABLE SUITS AT 49C
Russian, eton and sailor stylesRussian with Knickerbocker
trousnrs neat, rough and ready suits for vacation ages
3 to 10 worth up to 81.50, at
Boys- .60 mohair or pongee QOn I Boys 11.00 Star shirt waists IClr
blouse waists, at I or blouses, at OVV
Boys' 75c black sateen shirt lr I Boys' 76c or $1.00 knee
waist blouses, at 3V j pants, at
ON SALE IN THE BASEMENT
Boys' 25c Washable
Boys' 25c Wash Waists
Boys' 35c Overalls 12C I Boys" 3B) 8ultB QQ
Absolutely All Midsummer
Complete Selection of White Duck Sailors.
Investigate It Pays, i 1508 Douglas St.
SnSHnf -at reduced prices to make
rootn. an-ocr atook of floe plaaoa la
too largo or the summer bqglnaa.
We hwf e decided to make a ilg cut
on our high grade piano. There
fore yoQ caa bay a fine piano as
cheap aa the cheaper onea, In ma
botany, tn borl walnut. In batter
not. In cfay wrlan walnut, on aay
Among the big- stock of cheaper
plane yon win ftnd new op-to-4ate
plane reduced to tl3fi, (165, $186,
en amaH monthly paymenta.
Too aar ISO buyins of this relia
ble ptnn house. Yoor snoney la
axa. Too got what yon pay for.
Pfamoa Toned; Pianos Bested,
Repaired. Boxed and Shipped.
A. Ilospe Co.
1513 Camilas Street
SCHOOLS AND COLLKGES,
FERRY HALL tAtttV.'.T
For YOUNO WOMEN. Preparatory and
collars Courses. Music, Art, DomesUo
Solfuo. Cartincata admits to such college
as binith, Vasaar, WeUealt-y, etc. Beautiful
lurnllon, bcniB cars. - Miss Fraocs '
Ba ii. Lake Purest, UL
YOU CAN'T BEAT US
If you travel the world over. We are the "BIG" meat dealers in
Omaha, and when it comes to quality of meat and low prlcea, we
recognize no competitor.
HERB ARB A FEW SATURDAY PRICES:
Spring Chickens 23o
Pork Loins o
Pork Butts 7 J0
Spareribs ... -5o
Sirloin Steak...... 12o
Shoulder Steak, 8 lbs. . 25o
Prime Rib Roast,. . .lia and 10o
Pot Roast '. g0
Boiling Beef, 8 lbs 25o
Mutton Stew, 8 lbs -25o
Veal Stew . So
Sixteenth and Harney,
Cor. Capitol Ave and 16th,
; ' ' 'l' . .
A COY'S VACATION
Is the hannloat tlma nf 'bla Ufa 17a
enjoys the freedom that he gets and H
la AM tk. awn MAHn1n .1)1 I I . . R
v.. v.. a u iiuih iiiut Hills lilt nigiiv.
He wears out , more shoes than at
any other time of year and requires
something extra good to stand the
Our I1.B0 shoe for boys has stood the
test for years and we can guarantee
that It will give satisfaction In every
respect Hundreds )f parents that
have tried this shoe will testify to Its
superior wearing qualities for boys.
Saturday 4s Boys' Pay at our store.
Bring In the toys big and little.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
Omaha's Cp-to-Dat She Hans.
ABIk V n. VUU lUI tAl AUXjUE. II
Rock Island System
Via Portland in one direc
July 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13,
25, 26, 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.
Two routes , Stf
Through, .New Mexico
Dining, car service and re
clining chair cars both
F. P. RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.
Uli Farnam St, Omiba, Neb.
LEWIS m CLARK
EVERT DAT to Sept, 30th.
Many hours quicker than any
other Una to
Tickets good to
Riiurn Through California
CITY TICKET OFFICII,
1324 FARNAM STREET.
R ' mJ -..- i rlaoa. I would dTM
sveh cities mrwhtrt
biro to 1oct In n
or th other o( tboM
eltiM and It 1 a
hit o-up botvMa
END THIS ADV.
Cnlon Fnclrlo Bj,
C. A N. W Rf.r or I
C. B. A Q. Rr A
CH1CAUU, JLlj. B
35 for 15
We offer Saturday buyrrs a snap In
Colgate's Tooth Powder, value 26c, and
curst room slse Cashmere Bouquet
Soap, value 10c, at 16c tor both. See
them In our window.
DERMAX-INE 8KIN SOAP has be.
come the most popular medicated
soap, as It Is the most meritorious.
Regular price 25a, our price 20a per
cake, 50c per box.
Howell Drug Co.,
16th and Capil Ave.
DEPUTY STATE VETERINARIAN.
H. L RAMACCI0TTI. D. V. S.
Office and Infirmary, 28tb and Mason Sta
OMAHA. NEB. T-virphons 63i.
DEPUTY STATE VETERINARIAN,
That'. Where We Shine
Children's Shores are strong point
with us. We make a specialty of
them. - We have studied the matter
until we know how to fit their feet
correctly; and where to have the
shoes made thut are bet suited to
their feet that fit best, wear beet
and look best, at the lowest cost
50c and 75c for babies' shoes.
f 1.00 and 11.25 for little boys and
11.50 and $2.00 for big boys and
FRY SHOE CO.
16th and Douglas Sis.
ll -'- 1 'LJt"u''"llTnfflffTir
Heateiectric light janitor service
all night and Sunday elevator ser
vice a fire proof building all cost
the tenant of The Bee Building
SCHOOLS ASD COLLEGES.
LATfesi miliary acai
West. Send for catalogue.
LEXINGTON COLLEGE FOR YOUNG WOMEN
Lexington, Mo? (Near Kant City). Founded 1835
Slcnor BtTrrio U'Ados. Director or Musle.piwnt throughout lb yr. Itallsa SMtaoo.
BSIEIT R. IHlUk. Hmm MsMferl IWilD W.'WaiTB, fmMnt,
HARDIN COLLEGE & CONSERVATORY for GIRLS
lory, In charge of iriallts. Art, Elocution. C'oukln and Businrss Coursea Fol
cata'oaua. address JuHN W, MlXXiuN. fresldsaL Ho. i CoUsae flaca. Mtiico, Ha.
Teachers and Students
Can' make $.00 a day during vaca
tion months. No investment required.
Work dignified and pleasant. Write
for particulars. :: ::
THE TWENTIETH CENTUItY EARNER
See Ad on
the: reliable store.
See Ad on
DON'T MISS SATURDAY
Third Day of the Greatest CLEARING SALK OF WOMEN'S
GARMENTS ever known in the historj of Omaha. Former clear
ing Kale values sink into iusipnihVanee in comparison with the
stupendous bargain offerings in thia great sale. Stock will bo
replaced every day from our large resource.
Childrtn's Wash Drtssts in oharnbrays, g-intrhatns
and linens, in all tne newest styles, irirumea
with laces, embroideries ami tucks, worth tip to
$3.08. 1.275 garments divided Into three preat
lots for this sale at $1.10, 70c TO.
Handsome Silk Cotts in ton distinctly different tylos.
Garments in this lot worth Tip to $110.00 and not
one worth loss thnn $1S.i5. i rr
choice of 170 garments Saturday at.
$S.OO to $12.:) SILK, SICILIAN AND CLOTH
COATS In clsht distinct styles, tremendous
liargnins In this great clearing sale J)
$3.00 and $4.00 WASH SriTfl. prettily trimmed
with lnsertings and tucks, clearing 110
sale price 1. U
$3.00 WASH TAX Sl ITS with pleated sktrU,
made extra full, clearing sale
$0.00 WASn SUITS In whites and fancies great bargain iu
this sale, at
375 WOMEN'S TAILOU SUITS-The greatest lot of bargains ever shown la the
city. All this season's styles and worth aip to $18..riO 7 CH
Clearing Sale Trice, choice .OU
175 SAMPLE SILK SUITS Perfect beauties, no two alike, worth up r P
to $75 Our Clearing Sale Price, while they last
FREE! FREE! FREE! To every purchaser of one of our regular $7.50 voila
skirts Saturday, we will give absolutely free A GOOD SILK UNDERSKIRT.
WOMEN'S FINE TAILOU SKIRTS In voile, silks, Panamas and Sicilians. In
blue, black, brown and white regular eight dollar values A. tQ.
Clearing Sale Price .......T'.0
Great Clearing Sale of Waists
$1.(10 Women's Waists, 39c
Walsts'that'so'l'd at $2.00 and $2.50 so Qgg
Waldts' that aoid at $3.66 going this ' is A SI
sale at l.'-kiJ
Women's $4.00 Jap 611k Waists, QQ
great snap at I.3rJ
SATURDAY HOUR SPECIALS
FROM S TILL 9 A.
FROM 9 TILL 10 A. M.-
FROM 8:30 TILL 9:3') P.
men's Long Klnmnns .
FROM 7 TILL 9 I. M.-
Wrappers, rmlt 2 to a customer.
To The Housekeepers
Have you given sufficent thought to
household t 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.'
clipse Gas Stove Company
MARKET FOR QU ALITY
Our aim is to supply the very choicest and best
quality of meats to be had. Try some of these
Specials For Saturday
Leg; of Sprint; Lamb, per lb. -10o Pot Roast, per lb. 5o
Rib Roast, per lb IO0 80 Sirloin Stock, per lb 10o
3 lb. pall Lard, any brand . . . -25c 5 lb P"" Lard, any brand. . -40o
Hons, young;, per lb lOo
We make all our own sausage.
Complete line of vegetables and fruits.
. MURRAY & CO.
Meat, Game. Fish and Poultry.. 317 5. 16th St
In Every Town to Sell
5Ae SATURDAY BEE
It contains 18 pages of special magazine features, including
10 colored pages with BUSTER BROWN COMICS, altogether CO
pages, and is a big seller everywhere on Saturday afternoon, when,
the fanners are in town.
We will send any boy the first 10 COPIES FREE
For Full ParticuWra Write to
The Omaha. B
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