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THE OMATLV DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, AUGUST .24, 1903
REAL ESTATE ON PINNACLE
Business in that Lie Said to Be Apprtacs
iag Climax Thii falL
RECORD-BREAKING TRADE PREDICTED
DfRlm ir Etm Throath Sninmfr
; Kriinn, t anally Dnll, Bastnese
Has Hrri I'nasnally
Active Thlt Tear.
Ilcul PKlnto activities will roach a point
In Oinalm tl.Is fall whMi has not been t
talnci for years, accordlnu to the predic
tion of loriil deitlrrs. Tliey are looking
forward to a reeord-breaklng business.
Their belief Is based on the summer's busi
ness, on the conditions of general prosper
ity prevailing and on the Inquiries recently
received for houses and lots.
"We will be very busy people this fall."
said- Byron R. HastlnKS. "This has been
the est summer we have ever experienced,
and even through the hottest weather,
whert people are taking thrlr vacations and
real estate Is usually quiet, we did a bid
business. There Is now an unusually larne
number of lrxiulrles after houses and build
ing sites, a condition which Indicates that
a large amount of property will change
hands before, cold weather and which
presages firmer prlrs In real estate."
"I do not deal in futures." snld A. P.
Tuky, "but I will say that In the last six
weeks we have made more trades than In
any six weeks this yenr. and any man may
draw his own conclusions. When the hot
weather brings such results the market Is
In a pretty he'iltlty condition. There Is a
lot doing rUfht at present."
"There arc' few houses to rent and many
people will liHve to build this fall," was
the statement f John X. Frenser. "Fre
quent Inqirtrles come, from persons who
want to rent, but we are ur.uble to satisfy
them. "There are only a few houses to let
and they ore far out and away from the
car lines. Our business has been good this
summer and It wiU'lnrrease this fall."
"In the summer months It Is ordinarily
expected that real estate will be pretty
quiet," remarked J. E. George. "This sum
mer such has not been the case. It Is quiet,
of course, compared, with the fall, but the
activity has been much greater than In re
cent 'summers. Everybody Is prosperous
and' real estate Is cheap, and I see no
reason why business this fall Bhould not
be the best."
Three Faraam Street Stores.
Threo more stores are to bo added to the
cluster already along Farnum street be
tween Eighteenth and Twenty-first streets.
Workmen began Wednesday to dig the dirt
from beneath the flats at 1807-11 Farnam
treet. Three store rooms with brick fronts
will be placed here and the flats,- which
are of two stories, will rest on top of them.
The building belongs to Thomas Hall.
Mrs. M. Saunders Is planning the erec
tion of a 15,000 dwelling house on Thirty
fourth street. Just north of Farnam, for
her daughter, Mrs. Russell Harrison. J.
B. Mason Is drawing plans.
Mr. Mason Is preparing plans for a $5,000
residence or Dr. A. R. Mack at 536 I'ark
Mrs. C. Heelan will build a residence
costing about J3.000 on Hickory street, near
LINCOLN RENTS PROHIBITIVE
Prices So I treasonably niah as to
Bar Omaha Business Man
Who Goes There.
"Rents In IJncoln are prohibitive," re
marked a prominent Omaha business man
who had Just returned from the state cap
ital. "I went there expecting to make ar
rangements for the opening of a branch
house," he added, "but when It came to the
matter of getting a site I found my branch
house would not be opened In Lincoln.
Why, their rents are simply outrageous. I
asked some of the real estate men where
they expected u man to get even for such
rents. What have you to offer a man? You
have educational Institutions here, but
where Is there a manufacturing plant? On
what grdMnds do you base your right to
ask such rents? There la reason in all
things, I have heard, but If anyone will
enow me the reason In rents in Lincoln I
will be under obligations to him. If rents
were that high In Omaha there might be
some reason for It, for there Is something
here to warrant It, but not In Lincoln."
Is dsjly advanced of the curative powers of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds. CO cents and $1.
For sale by Sherman & McConnell Dm
'i ii ii i
Thursday Very Special Ladies
nig bargain sqnare filled with
Mercerized Black and Colored Pet
ticoat and Wash Skirts.
$1 PETTICOATS 39c
Black and Colored Petticoats, in
oil sizes trimmed with
flounces, tucks, dust ruffles, etc.
OMKHt WK1THFH FORECAST Tharsdar Tale.
of our fine
up to $1.00
at . . . .
Ladies' Pleated White
Duck Skirts worth
3 Extra Specials
Ladies' Summer Skirts
Ladles Panama and
Denim and dotted duck
Wash Skirts, worth
up to $1.50, at
50c Windsor Ties 25c
Plain and twilled silk
silk crepe de chine and heavy
peuu de sole, up to 6 Inches
wide many with embroid
worth 50 each,
Handk'fs at 10c
Worth 23c each.
Men's all linen handker
chiefs from the Nebraska
Shirt Co. stock all widths
of hems also a lot ot la
dies' Swiss embroid-
ered handkerchiefs I II
25c qualities, each.. v ,
Ribbons at 5c, 10c, 15c Yard
Fine all silk ribbon in all colors and a great variety of widths, on
bargain square, worth as high: as 50c per C f AA I Cn
yard, at. yard
Shoes oi Bargain Squares
In the Basement.
For Ladles' $2.00 black kid lace shoes,
For Ladles' $3.00 tan oxford,
For Men's $2.00 black lace shoes.
For Boys' $2.00 tan calf ahoes -For
Oirls' $3.00 brown lace shoes
For Hen's $1.5 and $2 00 slippers
sm u Eli n
'' STORE CLOStS EVERY EVENING AT FIVc
O'CLOCK EXCEPT SATURDAY.
Dry Goods Section
Ladies' House Dresses In lawns, Dimities nnd Percales,
trimmed with laces and braids, formerly sold for 7 C
$1.50 to $3.95, sizes only in 32 34, on sale at i DC
Ladies' Silk Coats Feau de soie and taffeta blouse front
with tight-fitting backs and peplins, new cut sleeves,
elaborately trimmed, vahie from $G.95, 'Z Q C
$8.95 to $10.00, on sale '.. J.ZJD
Misses' and Small Ladies' Street Skirts in mohairs and
tweeds, cut in the latest styles a sample
lot at about half price
Ladies' Black Mercerized Petticoats accordion
pleated knee flounce, regular $1.50 value, at . . .
Mother Hubbard Aprons Extra long gingham
aprons for kitchen wear, a bargain
White fronds Ralft "Wln'tp rlimitips. Tndia linnn Rnd
loner cloth, worth lUVoc. Thursday only C
Turkish Towels special for Thursday, only 5c
20 Pieces of Armagh Linen for white shirt waist
suits worth 25c, for Thursday only, yard
Muslin bleached and unbleached muslins, free from
dressing, Thursday only, yard .
Thursday Specials in the Great
LACE CURTAIN SALE
All the one and two
pair lots of high grade
lace curtains, worth up
to $5.00 per pair, go
at, per pair
at 5 P. M.
We will clear away
all the odd curtains
that sold up to $2.98
a pair, during the big
sale, on bargain coun
ter, at, each
A new and splendid
lot of dotted madras
and grenadine, long
lengths, for, per yard
at 5 P. M.
A SIGNET RING
l for lady or gentleman would make a nice birthday frlft.
We have some handsome rings from 12.50 to W 00 with
monogram engraved on It Is Just the thing these days.
Spend a few minutes In our store. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler.
151 Douglas Street
RABBITS ROOST IN CORN TOPS
Nebraska Bunnies Show Remarkable
Versatility When Heavy Italns
Flood Their Barrows.
Postofflce Inspector Sinclair ' tells a story
of his observations while on an official
trip recently In the southern part of the
state. He said while passing through one
section the cornfields in the river bottom
lands were badly flooded, the water reach
lng up to the ears of corn on the stalks.
"There was nothing particularly unusual
In that," he observed, "but what attracted
my attention was a number of rabbits
roosting on the big ears of corn, having
evidently been driven out of their bur
rows by the sudden flood. Occasionally
rats, snakes and gophers were to be seen
taking refuge on the ears of corn?'
Inspector Sinclair positively asserts that
the story Is not told to boom the Ne
braska corn crop, but just to show the
versatility of a Nebraska rabbit la an
Grandma Mott's Advice to Travelers.
"You should not travel about the coun
try this warm weather without a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy," says Mrs.. Kate Mott of Fair
field, la., or "Grandma Mott" as she Is
familiarly known.' "One or two doses ot
this remedy will always cure the worst
case of sumnu-r complaint. Wh keep it
always at hand. In fact, we could not
keep house without It." .
NO. i.Xu-A MODISH LONG COAT
. The styles In long and three-quarter coats
fof the Cuming months are very attractive
ana graceful. Vr traveling and cold and
rainy . weather wsar they are unequalled
for their style and usefulness. The model
shown Is one of the urniirai of ih. i,-w
Importations. A fanciful collar Is round
Ifl back and finishes the neck In V shape
In front. Too buttoning down of Its edge
vu winter aiue tm very novel ana eirectlve.
The front hunge straight from the neck
edtfw, the belt which hulds the back and
sides passing underneath It. Narrow tucks
lapcrlug to nothing at hips and bust give
f ui m tu the waist and dispose of the fullness.
The sleeve Is a bishop model, having line
tucks extending from the wrist to simulate
a dees cuff. A small rolling cuff appears
he it) also. For traveling, silk or pongee
or aiclllieue may be used, while cravenelta
or 4 weed may serve for other wear.
S.Sufr e sixes, ii to ii Inches bust measure.
' For the accommodation of readers of The
Bee these patterns, which usually retail at
from 26 to itt cents each, wi.l be furiusl.nl
at the nominal price of Id cents. A supply
is now kept ul our otnee, so those wuo
WlaU any pattern may get 11 either o call
ing or endoelug 111 ems. addreaae-1 'Vet
tera PeiHtrunMl, bee, UiuaLa.'
Marriage Licenses. ,
The following marriage . licenses
Name and Residence.
Charles E. iJeardorff, Meadow, Neb.
Nettle Cain, Meadow, Neh
Rufus 11. Denton. Diinbridna. T.nn
llattie I- Wllke. Omaha 21
Andrew V. Wuaterberg. Omaha 27
Kmnia C. Nelson. Omaha 20
Klchard Plnn. Chicago, 111 u
Maltte Ranks, Omuhu &
Otto Oehrmann, Omaha jg
Henrietta VolU, Omaha , 9
William K. Taylor, Omaha... .'. 27
Susie Wagner, Jensen, Neb 22
Fred H. Miller. Omaha 33
Lillian M. Jefferles, Omaha 3o
It Isn't much, yet It Is a great deal
when you pay for a pair of men's
shoes thst are not worth the price.
There are lots of 13.50 men's shoes
in Omaha that are 1-1.50 only as far
as the price goes. They are worth
from $2 to 13. but when It comes to
a real good shoe for 3.50, "DREX
KL'S SPECIAL," at this price has no
You take no chances when you buy
a pair of these shoes, as every pair Is
warranted. Your money back if you
are not satisfied.
New fall styles now.
Fall catalogue ready September 10.
Drexel Shoe Co,
22-K wedding rings. Ed holm. Jeweler.
1419 Farnam St
Is a prompt and absolutely sure I
cure for diarrhoea, 'dysentery, J
flux, cholera morbus, cholera '
Infantum, etc. It has been the
leading summer complain!
remedy for 59 years. '
ill Drugfjta Sail lt
Every thing yon bar
to sell la wanted by
somebody If price and
quality arc right. A
Ik Want Ad will
Sod tbe customer.
New Dress Goods
52-inch Black Sicilian, extra high finish, guaranteed "7 C
dust proof, regular price $1.25, for Thursday only
44-inch Black Cheviot, strictly all wool, the popular PA
cloth for separate skirts, 85c quality, Thurs'y only
Special Sale of New Shirt Waist Suit Silk Just received
50 pieces of new French Messalines in small neat designs,
especially adapted for shirt waist suits, in a full range of
new fall shades. These silks are regular 90c
quality on sale Thursday, at, yard
10 pieces of "White "Wash China Silk for waist and C n
dresses, regular price 39c on sale Thursday, yd. avt
CLEARING SALE OP LADIES' UNDERWEAR Ladlea' vests, Swiss
ribbed, low neck, no sleeves, fancy Val lace trimmed. These C
goods sold regular for 39c and 50c on sale Thursday, each. . JC
MIssps' and Ladles' Drawers, fine ribbed umbrella knee lace trim- " Q
med, French band. Sold regular fof 39 Thursday, pair . . . s3C
Hosiery at Half Price Ladles' and children's black fast dye hose, fine
and heavy ribbed. Ladles white lace stitched hose, regu
lar 25c value on sale Thursday, pair
10 year gold filled Specta
cle Eye Glasses, regular
$3 values while they
last- . ' IK
Special, at I.TO
These glasses are fitted
with good quality lense
and are thoroughly relia
ble. Out-of-town customers
should write for our question
blank. We can' send you
glasses that will fit you.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS
FRESH. SALT AND SMOKED FISH.
8MOKED WHITE FISH.
FANCY BLOATERS. ,
SUGAR CURED SALMON.
And a full line of fresh fish, di
rect snipment Dy express every day.
1-lb. Lake Trout
Bennett's Big Grocery
The king of western groceries; the
grocery that acts like U. 8. observa
tory time upon every other grocery
around keops 'em regulated! Trade
at the great west's greatest grocery.
Forty Green Trading Stamps with 2
pound ran Bennett's Break- JD
fast Coffee 40C
Thirty Green Trading Stamps EQr
with 1 pound Tea any kind.-. .OOw
Ten Green . Trading Stamps with
one pound pure Pickling lSn
Ten Oreen Trading Stamps with
two-pound can Straw- f CZr
Ten Green Trading Stamps with
three-pound can ADple ffir
Ten Green Trading Stamps f2ln
with 3-pound can Syrup '"J"
Five Oreen Trading Stamps with bot
tle Salad Mus- IOC
Twenty Greeii' Trttding Stamps with
Bennett's Capital Ex- iRr
Ten Green Trading Stamps I.Sc
with one frame Honey ,uv
Ten Green Trading Stamps with
one pound Saratoga Ofir
Ten Green Trading Stamps with
one gallon Special Pickling OEc
Vinegar v ,71
Ten Green Trading Stamps with
u pound Bennett's Baking iRc
Twenty Oreen Trading Stamps wlttl
one-pound 'can Bennett's 24C
Capitol Baking Powder ;.T"T.
Five Green Trading Stamps with one
package Bennett s Capitol
Baking Soda '
Ten Green Trading l!lmpi 10 C
with 1 quart Sour Pickles
Ten Green Trading Stamps with one
dosen new German Dill 12c
Potted Tongue per csn v e
Sweet Corn per can
9c can Cream 60
All This Weefc.
TIIK MKI.IAHI.ta troitK.
now on display
Following a very prospermia season the
Cumin week will ! one of wonderful
bargains IN ol li CLOAK DEPARTMENT
All summer garments must l clue1
out quti kly All small lots will be sold
at a groat sacrlflce.
o !iidlr' and nits.'' STYLISH CRAVEN
KTTKH that sold at t to 1 ne
rhcli'p. Thursdnv J.JJ
So SICILIAN PHIitT WAIST SinTS reg
ular tStmt values M A(
go Thursday, at tijj
85 HANDSOME TAILOR SUITS-that sold
St IIS. .i and $. wonderful qqe
bargains. ThursdHV, at
65 CRAVENKTTE COATS-ln grays, tans
and oxfords latest styles best, mnke
i:2 du values
SIS do values
81LK LACE CAPES-thst sold
115 snd up to L'5. divided into
In I lots fur Thursday at 17 M A.
40 handsome silk Rfdlngotes and loose
coats, thr.t sold at $Ju to 10, Clfl
In two lots Thursday, at $1160
at 112 M,
SURPRISING SKIRT VALUES
U Walking Skirts, In newest styles f QO
and best fabrics, at I.JO
15 and $6 skirts, In great variety of style
and materials "J DO
choice, at tt.JO
18 and 110 skirts, In voiles, Pa
namas, serges, etc., all colors at.
From 8 Till 9 a. m.
11.25 long klmonas
13 and M waiHts . ,''"'
at . ., ....
$2. ) waists
11 M and I- lawn and percsle
i wrappers, at :
8e our home made wrap-
pfis at 2.25 and
From 9. Till 10 a. m.
MCk. I One lot of klmonas
. " at, choice
Greai Sale of New Fall Suits v
Three sample lines of new fall suits the very nobbiest designs for the fall season
will be on sale Wednesday at about one-third less than regular prices Don't fall
to see these garments XC ff
Prices $12.50, $16.00, $ffi.00 and y " '
500 TRIMMED HATS 00 AT SO CENTS.
THURSDAY WE OFFER YOUR CHOTC E OF ANY TRIMMED SUMMER HAT
IN THE HOUSE WORTH UP TO $7.50- . S II W
WHILE THEY LAST.
S00 TRIMMED 1IATS-AT
O- I 75C CHILDREN'S TRIMMED
.OyC SAILORS ,
$1.50 UNTRIMMED AND
A $1.00 CHILDREN 8 WASH
,v V, BONNETS
A Snap in Chairs and Rockers.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED TWO CARLOADS OF CHAIRS AND KW.Kll.KS
TRY PRICKS. THIS MKANB A BAVKu
WHICH WILL HE SOLD AT FACTO
50 PER CENT TO YOU. SEE DODGE ST
A Chance to Can Pears.
Large market baskets fancy Bartlett pears
for canning per basket 73c
Limit two baskets to a customer.
LEMON8. LEMONS. LEMONS
Large Juicy lemons, per dozen 25c
HONEY. HONEY, HONEY
1-lb. racks fancy white clover,
Colorado honey 10c
48-lh. sacks fancy high patent Min
nesota flour $1.35
10 bars Kst brand laundry soap 26c
6-lbs. choice Japan rice for . .19c
1-lb. pkg. macaroni 8 l-3c
4-lbs. best bulk laundry starch ...
1-lb. can fancy Alaska salmon ...
1- lb. pkg. corn starch -
Gold Dust, per pkg
2- ln. can best sweet sugar corn
Oil or mustard sardines, can ,
X-Cello. Malta Vita. F.gg-O-See or
Dr. Price's Breakfast Food ,
The best soda crackers, lb
Potted or deviled ham or tongue, can
3- lh. can Boston Baked JJeans ,
1-lb. can Rex Baked Beans'
Choice tea siftings, lb
Fancy uncolored or sundrled Japan
.tea, for Ice tea purposes, lb
Haviland China -A pretty new lot, open stock patterns
beauties. Prices generously cut. Nice complete stock.
Beautiful Imitation cut Tickle or Olive Pish either with Iflp
handle or In plain dtvle 1UV
And Ten Green Trading Ptnmps. '
JAPANESE EGGSHELL CHINA CUPS AXD SAUCERS Fig-
ure decorations a ft)c value s&vll
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
JAPANESE NUT SET Six little individuals and large bowl 1 fl 0
a $2.00 value. for. I.UU
THE KING CHARLES PINNER SET Full 100 pieces, beautiful pink
decorations each piece is gold trimmed Just two sets left, M QQ
beauties at that a $17.50 value for l.JO
ENGLISH BLUE PECORATEP PINNER SET Gopd, light porcelain,
splendid shape must be closed out from this ad a $15.00 1 Ct
value for set I Df
CROCKERY 8ECONP FLOOR.
NATIONAL ENCAMP WENT
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC
SEPT. 4-7, 1905,
FOR THK ROUND TRIP
Stop-ovrs allowed on all through ticket to
attend celebration of
Sept. 2, 4 and S, 10S.
Tickets on sale Auk. 80 to Bept. 4. Inclusive.
CITY TICKET OFFICE. 1324 FARNAM ST.
PEACE and COMFORT are aure to come to thoae who smoke
UNITED IRISH SOCIETIES
Or OMAHA AND SOUTH OMAHA
TO BE HELD AT
Sunday. August 27, 1905
Music by 7tli Ward Band. All Kinds of Athletic Sports.
TRAINS TO LEAVE OMAHA UNION STATION
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. I
at 9 A. M. and 11:30 M., returning traina to leave Ascot at 6:30 9
P. M. and 7:30 P. M.
S. NORTH, District Passenger Agent.
k FIRST-CLASS CIGAR WADE OF A FINE QUALITY HAVANA TOBACCO
TRY TH Km
r. R. RICE MEROANTILK CIGAR CO. RT LOUIS.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
TRUNKS. TRAVELING BAGS AND SUITCASES.
Genuine Matting Suitcases, very light. The newest
thing out. Price $3.60, $3.75 and $4.00.
WE DO REPAIRING.
Omaha Trunk Factory, 1209 Farnam St.
SCHOOLS AKD I OI.LKGKS.
Oldest and Largest Military Scaoei
In th Middle Wtt. Bead for cstelofue.
LEXINGTON COLLEGE FOR YOUNG WOMEN
JrT Leslngtcn, Mo. (Near Kansas City). Founded 1858
Via! KIsdot fceTvrto D'Apns. Ilractor of Mulc. pmrnt llirousbout the rr. Italian method.
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