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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, AUGUST IS. 1005.
Oil An A BIG CORN MARKET
Nebraska Metropolii Bow Becond Primary
k'arket for Golden Cereal
AHEAD Of ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS CITY
Taathlr Report of fioirnm
Bareaa of fMatlstlea Make I
clderil? Flatterlna- how
In for This Section.
Com rerelpts at the hlt primary markets
for the flmt ntx months of 1:
Chlrago, 57.4M.fi23 bushels.
Omaha. ,T,0m bushels.
fit. IxjuIs, .9.SS hushols.
Kansas City, 7.01S.7W bushels.
Omaha row stands serond In the Mat of
the primary corn markets of the world. In
the last year It has forced ahead of Kan
an City, reorta and Bt. IxjuIs, the latter
being- Its moat formidable rival, net to
Chlrajp). The Windy city now la the only
one ahead of Oniaha In point of corn re
ceipt!. For the flrat str months of 1904 Omaha
received 4.3,0OO bushels of corn, Peoria
f,!K,7rt bushels, gt loula 11.727.321 bushels
nl Chicago 42.86,140 bushels. For the
flrat six montha of 195 Oniaha received
9W7,(M bushels of corn, going ahead of
gt. I.oula by nearly 2.X,uO0 buahela and of
Kansas City by nearly J.UJn.rtX) bushels.
Chicago's receipts were Increased to u",
In summing up the condition of Omaha's
train market for the first six months of
tho year the monthly report of the govern
ment bureau of statistics has the following
to say: ...
Sloremeat steadily Isrrrsilng.
"1 hn receipts of grain at Omaha and
Council Bluffs during the month of June
reached a total of 1, biiBhels, and
wors over 1.UC0.CM) bushels larger than a
corresponding movement In 1304, due prin
cipally to greatly Increasod Inbound move
ment of corn, which amounted during the
month to l.wa.OOO bushels. Shipments of
grain during June totaled l,71B,uut bushels,
m against l.iaO.uuu bushels for a like month
"Total grain receipts at these cities dur
ing the first half of the current year ag
gregated 13,997,500 bushels, and consisted of
l.lai.OuO bushels of wheat, 9,967, CU bushels
of corn, 2,824.(00 bushels of oats. 53,000 bush
els of rye and 43.OU0 bushels of barley. A.
similar corresponding movement In 194
amounted to 6,400.706 bushels, the great Im
provement shown In the present year's re
ceipts being largely due to the Increase of
corn arrivals, although wheat, oats and
barley were received In much heavier
quantities. Shipments of grain from
Omaha during the first six months of the
present year totaled li.303,500 bushels, nnd
were more than double a corresponding
movement In l!. The. current year's corn
output was abnormally heavy, amounting
to 10,445,000 bushels." .
Speechless with Wonder
are the friends of thoee cured of stomach,
liver and kidney trouble, by Electric Rlt
ters. 50c. Guaranteed. For sale by Sher
man & McConnell Drug Co.
f 1 Shea
Ladies' $2 Novelty Bag's at 69c
Today we place on pale, on our bargain square,
the manufacturer's stock of envelope bags, hand
purees and wrist bags samples ot which we have
been displaying in our show windows for the past
week. The stock includes all those iu patent leathers, wal
rus hide, sealskin and levant leather with Vienna handles
and braided handles some are fitted with mirror, card case,
purse and smelling bottle. Take your choice today
aJWIatiUai ai unr i urmAmr Fntr and Warmer
mm y p 11
. J j' ST0RECL0SES EVERY EVENING AT FlVElJJ
L r O'CLOCK EXCEPT SATURDAY.
Clearing Sale of Summer Skirts
$6 and $7 Skirts at $2.50
Vonr choice of entire stock of separate skirts to wear with shirt
waists such as mohairs, Panamas, fancy mixtures, cheviots,
broadcloths in all colors and black, worth up
to seven dollars your choice today (to close V 0 n
out), at mjr3
50c Pillow Tops and Backs K 25c
Hundreds ot pretty new designs
in tickings, linen, crash
and scrim, fancy effects.
sharp contrasts, on sale, special, today
35c Silk Mousseline at 15c Yard
Here's another great special hundreds of yards
of silk Mousseline in the daintiest shades creams,
dark colors, blacks, etc. for waists,
party dresses, summer frocks, etc.
really worth 33c; go on sale at, yard. .
- a. uuiiio
Big Bargains Neb. Shirt Co. Stock
Men's Summer and Winter Underwear, Hosiery, Suspenders,
Fancy Neckwear, Night Shirts, Pajamas, Handkerchiefs, Collars,
Cuffs, . Walking Sticks, Umbrellas, Valises
ALL AT HALF PRICE-Main Floor.
D AM DEIS
The little coat shown here is an attrac
tive variation o( the conventional model.
In design It has dlHtlm-tlveneas and char
acter to commend It anil Rood taste has
been exercised in the fashioning, for while
it has the new sleeve and a waistcoat, It
ts a very simple little model after all.
Almost every woman has a pique skirt of
uncertain date that could he uspd in the
making of this coat, although mohair, serge
or any light weight cloth could be utilized.
Sixes, I to ( years.
PVr the accommodation of readers ot The
Baa these patterns, which usually retail at
from 26 to 60 cents each, will be furnished
at the nominal price of 10 cents. A supply
ts now kept at our ofnee, so those who
wish any pattern may get It either by call
ins or enclosing 10 cents, addressed "Fat
tern Department, Bee, Omaha."
Ahlrls 16 Cents I
.. la trie sale thera will be soma shirts as
tow as 16 cents.
Flt Ue we offer better Men's Shirts than
a-a, ( for that matter, any other Arm ttr
aftc red for thai low price.
A ood aaaorimunl of Shirts in fancy
pat'.iMia, silk stripes, raised dots., etc., are
Including silk embroidered fronts, fa nor
nnr.cu. light or dark patterns, worth up to
fl.SS, ta.1. ilea 4lc.
Vllh or without collar. Ona dollur and a
bait aiues the wo.- d over.
No matter how much money ou pay you
will nil get any better Many shirts
in tiUs lot are regular 12 00 Shirts. Mauhat
tits it Included In. this lot.
V- never mark any goods up, so con
sequently whatever la left In pants from
Hoio'ay'fc sale can be had at Monday's a la
1519-1521 Douglas Street
ITedncaday is Underwear Jay. For par
ticulars waub IuLaj. avoUng's fape:r
SICKNESS SAVES MISS ARNDT
Physical Condition of Girl Arrested on
Charge of Grand Larceny Isoomes Boon,
KEEPS HER OUT OF PRISON JUST NOW
Infortonate Girl Makes Complete
Confession of Heeent Life to
tho Matron of Omaha,
Minnie Arndt. arrested Sunday afternoon
by Detectives Mitchell and Pavis on a
charge of grand larceny, will not be prose
cuted on" that or any other charge. Her
physical condition Is said to be such as to
demand Immediate attention. The girl, who
la but 20 years of age, will be sent to the
Home of the Good Phrpherd. where she
will receive both medical and spiritual at
tention. Miss Arndt made a complete confession
of her recent life In the m.uion s depart
ment at the city J.ill.
"I Just .did It nil, and thnt is all there
Is to It." said the girl. "I wnnted some
nice things and took them when the op
portunity offered Itself. I was receiving
13.60 per week as a domestic. My first
false step occurred three months ago when
I became engaged to a man whose name I
do not now recall. I met this man at the
home of a friend at Hennlngton. After
two weeks' acquaintance we were engaged
to be married. The man spent $75 on my
self and the bridesmaid, buying us nice
dresses and an engagement ring. On the
evening before the day sot for my marriage
I and tho bridesmaid skipped out. The
other girl la now In Denver.
"I have not been home for a year and
have worked around town at many places
so msny I cannot remember them all."
MIhs Arndt ssys she remembers taking
things from three places, hut will not con
fess to more than three, although de
tectives say they know there are many
more than three places where the girl has
pilfered articles ot various values.
Valuable Diamond Ring.
The most valuable article taken by Miss
Arndt was a diamond ring valued at t2X)
and stolen from the home of M. J. Carmen,
1(31 South Thirty-first street, where the
girl worked as a domestic. As the ring was
found on the girl at the time of her ar
rest at Twentieth and Irfavenworth streets,
Mr. Carmen Is not Inclined to prosecute.
As for the other articles said to have
been stolen by the girl, her father has ex
pressed a willingness to reimburse those
who have been robbed.
The three reports made to the police
ot the girl's thefts came from M. J. Car
men, loai Bouth Thirty-first street; Mrs.
A. Haften, 65 South Nineteenth Street, and
Miss Tina Stechcr, 1 1 IS Wlllium street. An
opal ring stolen from the Hagen residence
was found on one of the girl's fingers when
arrested. The other articles stolen con
sisted of dresses, skirts, umbrellas and
other articles. At the time of the report
of these thefts the description ot th
party suspected corresponded In each in
stance with that of Miss Arndt. She maa
aged to evade the authorities for three
Miss Arndt waa known also as Miss
Minnie Hevtlcek. She is 20 years of age
and Is quite a good-looking girl.
Before entraining at Kansas City he waa
assaulted nnd robbed. $50 being taken from
him by two men who then put one of his
legs out of service. On the train to Omaha
Noftslnger made the acquaintance of a
stranger who, on account of the Rockvllle
cripple's condition, offered to carry his
grips from the station to a hotel. Noft
slnger could not keep up with the
stranger's paecs, the result of which was
the stranger got out of range with
Noftslnger's effects. Now Noftsinger Is
without money or grips, and is nursing a
A Warnlaic to Mothers.
Too much care cannot be used with smart
children during the hot weather of the sum
mer tin ths to guard against bowel trou
bles. Give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and then a dose of
castor oil, and the disease may be checked
In Its lnclplency and all danger avoided.
The castor oil and this remedy should be
procured at once and kept ready for In
stant use as soon aa the first Indication of
any bowel trouble appears. This Is the
most successful treatment known and may
be relied upon with implicit confidence even
In cases of cholera Infantum.
The following births and deaths have
been reportedto the city health board uo
to noon Monday, covering a period from
Births: Adolph Nelson, girl. 1932 South
Twenty-ninth; Volney Hampton, bov, Mi
Caldwell; Thomas Iowd, girl, 2t:'3 Temple
tun; John Lorlmer, girl, 2215 California;
George H. Evans, girl, 26V? Rees; Alfred
Rrodegaaid, girl, 2K16 North Twenty-third;
William Hell, boy, 2ntil Jayne; Robert Gross,
girl, 2Mt Arbor; John Burton, girl, 1617'i
Deaths: Marguerite Wllksen, 1. St. Jo
seph hospital; Mary Ella Smith. Infant, 227
Martha; Albert Hurpel, 42, St. Joseph hospl
tnl; Will Drapper. :jn. 2210 Seward; Georgia
Monroe, 8, St. Joseph hospital; May Corne
llna McCombs, Infant, Irvlngton.
$2.50 and $3
Broken lots of women's tan oxfords
In turn and welt soles
that sold for $i 50 and
TROUBLE C0ME IN BUNCHES
Dtmraltles Xerrr Travel tlagle.
Haaa4 la the Belief of Bock,
vllle, Mlsaoarl, Man.
J. D. Noftsinger ot Rockvllle., Mo., be
lieves that trouble cornea In large bundles
when it dues come. Noftsinger waa a
caller at the police station Monday morn
ing, when be unbosomed blmaelf. i
According to the man's story be recently
mad a slake In t&.e Kansae harvest fields.
13 cloolng them out at4
MUsea' 12.00 and 12.23
tan oxforda sUea
11 to 2-at
Child's same (Trade, sizes
m to n-win
MUses' and children white canva
oxfords we still have ? fa
goad size and widths g ejC
white canvas button
shoe, welt sole, at...
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Si
THE SPECIAL SALES IN
Dry Goods, Women's Wear, Boys'
Clothing and Millinery Sections
ADVERTISED SUNDAY ARE CONTINUED TUESDAY
The enormous sacrifices in Dry Goods, Silks, Domestics,
Linens, Hosiery, Laces, Embroideries, Undermuslins, , (on
the main floor), and in Women's and Children's Wear, (on
the second floor), will be continued till all goods are sold. .
See the Show of Bennett's
Capitol Goods, .Sixteenth
Street Window. The first
fighters and victors in the
battle for Pure Food in the
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
pound can Bennett's Capitol Making
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
3-poiind can Burnham's Clam
Chowder . ..t ICO
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
can Diamond "S" Fruits 28o
Ten Green Trading Stamps with t
pound can fine Table Syrup 1210
Ten Green Trading Stamps with two
cans I'ncle Sam's Baked Beans :30c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with
pound fresh roasted Santos Coffee. 2iic
Ten Green Trading Stamps with two
cans Salmon 26c
Ten Green Tradrng Stamps with Jar
Oedney's Banquet Relish 25c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pack
age Batu via -Seeded Raisins 15c
Bowls, Water Bot
ties, Sugar and
and Water Jugs,
Values up to
on thaJ $5.00 Table of
Solid Gold Spectacles or Eyeglasses,
fitted with best Imported lenses,
regular lltuM values, special J Er
the pair JJ
Nothing better made.
We guarantee absolute satisfaction
with every pair of glasses we fit. No
risks here Main floor.
Cure dandruff. Stop tilling a lr. RslUvat ItctalOT-
T5 ORIQ1NAL. remedy that "kill tbaDsadruff Oerm "
CJOlN&l G-Q1NGI! GONE III
EEWKIDE WILL JAJUTT HERPICIDE WILL SAVE IT TOO LATE FOB. hlRPIQDS
glous diffuse that will, sooper or lata,
oauae baldness. A writer In Medical Review
of Reviews says, "School children should
know that It Is dirty to use another's hair
brush." Newbro's Herplclde renders pnbllo
hair brushes harmless by destroying tna
A noted dermatologist says, "The time
is coming when an unsterllized public
hair b Irish will be as rare as a publlo
InAth bniKh Th reason la that dlrtv
balr brushes spread dandruff, and trua dandruff microbe. A delightful hall
Aandrutt la now known to be a coma- ' ins. Gives wonderful results.
rsf Start. Sl.tO. i:U Kc Staaps Is HCtPtCIDE CO., D-at. A. Ditrolt, Nick, far a tanats,
SHERMAN & MoCONNELL DRUG CO.. Special Ajrents.
APPLICATIONS AT PROMINENT BARHKR HHOPsl.
Be 6ure your ticket reads over this line.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAM ST.
at 5 f . M.
tii mbm Ant. irsaa,
day at 10
F. M. Tilt
Tuesday Will be Bargain Day in Cloak Dept
Womon's Pressing Nnoques, worth 7.V, on salo Tuostlay at. .20c
Women's $1.00 Sateen Underskirts, Tuesday at '. 4Qc
Women's $1.00 Lawn and Batiste Wrappers at 4t)c
Women's $1.25 Lawn Waists, at 5QC
Women's Linen Press Skirts, worth $;?, $4, special Tuesday 1.98
Women's $4.00 Jap Waists in blues ami browns, at 1,49
Children's (Jingham Presses, ages (5-14, worth $.', Tuesday. .98c"
Special Bargains in Furnishing Goods Dept.
9 to 10 A. M. For one hour only we will sell ladies' and chil
dren's fast black hose, with double soles and spliced
heels, worth 15c, at JC
10 to 11 A. M. We will sell for one hour men's and boys' shirts,
slightly soiled, but good patterns worth up to f f
$1.00, at, each -JC
11 to 12 A. M. For one hour we will sell ladies' silk and lisle
gloves, in all the new colors and black and white f Q
worth up to 75c, at 1C
We will place on sale Tuesday 250 Umbrellas for ladies and gents
these umbrellas have natural wood handles, good steel rods
and tape edge worth up to $1.00, on sale as long T C
as they last, at, each S)C
Plums, Plums, Plums
NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE TOl'R JKI.l.Y - We will receive by express Tues
day mornliiR 250 baskets of fancy plums. These nre the best kind for lr llv . e-
Tomorrow we will sell them, per basket 15C
Peaches, Peaches, Peaches
I-are boxes fancy California Freestone Crawford Peaches. These are tha
finest peacher that ktow, we will sell them tomoriow, per box
SPECIALS IN GROCERY DEPARTMENT FOR TUESDAY
19 pounds pure Cane Oranulnt.'d Suxar. .iio Xielo. Malta Vt,lf Kag-'O-Ree or Dr.
I pound package Host Corn Starch 4c
45 pound sack Fancy lilnh Tatent Min
nesota, Flour $ 4q
The Hest Soda Crackers, per pound (S'v
OH or Mustard Sardines, per can 4c
Price's Hreakfiist Fond 7Un
1 pound run Finn y Alaska Salmon So
Foiled or Deviled Tongue or Ham,
per ran Jio
1 pound ran Ruintord Hnklna; Powder ..lo
HAND PAINTED CHINA
Is always an acceptable weddliiR (irt. We are showing
some handsome plates. raiiRtriK around $1.50 to $;!. Pep
pers and salts, toothpick holders, celery dishes, bon hnn
dishes, vases, berry howls. They lire beauties. Spend a
few minutes In our store and see tliem. l,ouk for name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
1616 Douglas Street.
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QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO 1
BEST BECAUSE You sre nor rsrlnK for bill ,''. ,p"r?'"I'"I' "22!?.
T v. . . a , Vtnak laaaaa 11 v II a l II n fa as !-. aw n u w - sr- -
ClVare. Sold direct to th. WUller by I H. IUCE MERO. CIGAa CO., Mtto.
MCHnOI.fi AMI ( OI I.KIiKS.
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HARDIN COLLEGE AND CONSERVATORY FOB LADIES
A Kod year. TheCollefe University trained faculty. German
American Conservatory, In charge of specialists. Art, Elocution,
Cooking and business Conrsea. For catalogue, address
JOHN W. IIIUOI, Pim., is CoUaa Place, MEXItX), atO.
Oldest ana Urgc1 MillUry Scisol
la the Middle Wt.l Send for catalogue.
LEXINGTON COLLEGE FOR YOUNG WOMEN
Uexlngtcn, Mo. (Near Kaniti Clt. founded I80B
Btgnoreeveno U Ados. Director of Mualc, present thrvr.Kaool th. ysr. Italian auatLcxl
BSIfBT ST. COOK. BaaUaaa Mamaaarl EWatlU W. W U ITE, PraaUub
YOUR BOY'S PROGRESS
4pDte much upoa kit comfort mm4 tttappiDaa Vt
m m mtmhm our boy hmyj, brlujfiny tttia int
r.at t. p)rwBftl reifct-lOi. shit tilth iuiructor, !
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PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS AND SUITCASES.
Genuine. Mattirjp; Suitcssos. very llpht. The newes
thing out. Price (3.60, $3.75 and $4.00.
WE DO REPAIRING.
Omaha Trunk Factory. 12Q9 Farnam St.
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