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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, SEF1 EMBER 10, 1903.
ESTIMATES ON GRAIN CROPS
Ttbl f Statistics Prepared bj Union
Pacifio lUkei Great Ebowinj.
RAILROADS PREPARING FOR TRAFFIC
Transportation Net Fast Now u
Inppoird Breanit of tha
Damp Wrathrr Ot
"Grain Is not moving as fast at present
s prmon would expect," said a promi
nent railroad man Saturday morning;.
"Wheat Is not moving fast because of th
damp weather, which has mado the wheat
damp. The old corn crop has been pretty
well cleaned out because the market Is
high and the prospects for the coming crop
preat. Unless the market Is high the cribs
all will be refilled In .Nebraska before the
new corn Is moved from the state. The
farmers linve plenty of money and plenty
of corn. They have learned that It Is al
ways a good speculation to hold onto their
corn If they have the cribs. The weather
Is splendid for the winter wheat, which
will get far enough ahead to protect Itself.
There have been times when the winter
wheat In Kansas did not germinate unttt
The Mllwauke reports more wheat In the
Pnkotas than can bo handled, considerable
of It being dumped on the ground. It is be
ing moved as fast as possible to the mar
kets. The Vnlon Taclflc has prepared, through
1h advertising department, a table of the
Nebraska crops fur 1905, which will shortly
I " published. These are taken from most
r liable sources and are generally looked
i'inn as about right. The corn yield Is
riven at 214,903,449 bushels, which Is not
os strong as some of the freight men who
Inve been In the state have estimated It.
If the weather stays warm for ten days,
tliey say, the northwest will come In with
i crop that will surprise the natives. Be
low Is the tahlo of the Nebraska crop as
prepared by the pnssenger department of
the Union raciflc, compiled from the re
ports of the 235 correspondents throughout
Winter wheal 1.7(1. DM 36.270.722
Pprlng wheat S..1.W01S 6.1W.413
Corn 472.4M! 244i6.49
Oiits 2,4S1.:4 8O.riiG.!)10
live 141.14 2.R15.97H
Irish potatoes S9.271 10.241.93O
Millet 147.277 329.fil
Alfalfa 315.714 1,1K0.8X(1
Timothy 46.1.513 845.172
Wild hay , 2.147.MS
Rtigar beets IK. 54 124.3S4
I'liie grass Hn.ffil
The crops are all so large in Nebraska
that If they should start to move all at once
they would swamp the railroads, hut ex
perience has taught the farmers that there
Is more profit In filling the cribs first.
St. I'anl unit nrtarn
DULiUTH. ASIIUKD AND BAYFIELD
DEADWOOD AND LEAD
VKRY LOW RATES NOW
TO ALL. POINTS EAST
trta. The North-Western LIna
City Offices 1401-140
Hunting and Fishing Kirnraloa
Clear Iake, la., Friday, Sept. IS, 1905,
Chicago Great Western Railway.
Very low rates for the round trip. Good
hunting, ducks and chickens; good fishing,
pickerel, bass, plreh, pike. For further
Information apply to S. D. Parkhurst, Oen
iral Agent, 1512 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
f I ft. 2ft (h lea no and I'htlaarlphla and
Michigan Central, "The Niagara Falls
Route," good going Sept. 15, 16 and 17. 1905.
Particulars, I,. P. lleusncr, General West
ern Passenger Agent, 119 Adams St., CUl
:ago. Card of Thanks.
We heartily thank the employes of the
every Manufacturing company and friends
ind neighbors for the kindness shown ua
luring our late bereavement, the loss of
our dear brother, Nels Frederlckson. Re
ipectfully, mother, brothers and slaters.
Harr) B. Davis, undertaker. Tel. 1221
MAUL Undertaking Co.. est. 1K64. Tel. 228.
Have Root print It.
The following births and deaths have been
reported to the Hoard of Health during the
twenty-four hours ending at noon Saturday:
Mirths Steve Kutie. 7i 1-eaven worth,
boy; O. Roth. 1114 North Fortieth, girl; W.
CAN BE CURED!
MRS. MARGARET A. BAILEY.
It Is not necessary for a person af-
flicted with cancer or tumors to give up
nle. There Is a positive cure for these
di.st-uses, a cure that can be used at home
and which does away with all operations.
Many physicians still use the knife as the
only method for the cure of cancer, but
there are very few cases where perma
nent cure has resulted from an operation.
Dr. Bye of Kansas City has perfected a
treatment consisting of a combination of
run oils, and for over a quarter of a cen
tury has been making tiie most sensa
tional cures, tie has grateful patients In
every state In this country. On record In
his office are letters from men and women
who were snatched from the very grave
Itself. The treatment used by Dr. Mye
Is radically different from any other
treatment and Is the only one to reully
produce a cure. Head this letter from a
lady who was In a terrible plight:
Ravenden Springs, Ark., Nov. 27, '00,
Dr. W. O. Rye, Kansas City. Mo.
Dear Sir I am happy to Inform you that
my Cancer is well at last. Have taken
five pieces of cancer from my nose with
the last Hulmy oil you sent me, and my
general health is good.
Mrs. MAhGARKT A. BAILEY.
Among others who have been cured are
Andrew M. Smith, Western. Neb.; Mrs. J.
A. Kimbrough, Jonetsboro, U ; Robert L.
Hennett, tat. Jo., Tex.; H. J. Dayton. New
Full ttclii, Conn.; Joalah Adams. Saline
ville, (., and thousands of others. If in
terested In this subject sent at once for Dr.
Wonderful Fr-e Illustrated Book and
Name of Huudrt'ds You Can Write To.
Remember, you can be cured at home at
ai iull exuense and the cure Is absolutely
certain. Delays are dangerous, so write
todav; the doctors advice costs nothing.
Address Dr. ills, fed U Uruadway, Jiausas
R. Huntington. 4004 North Twenty-fifth
avenue, boy; Lorenso Rita, 1407 William,
taths Thomas Tlernev, O'Neill, ; Rer-
Sard Koesters, 1111 North Eighteenth, s2;
esse Hough, 419 ffnuth Twentieth. S4.
LIGHTS FOR HIS MAJESTY
Illamlnatloa of Coart Honse for Ak-gar-Ben
to Be Let by
At the meeting of the county board Sat
urday morning Commissioner Brunlng of
fered a resolution calling for bids to be
opened next Saturday for the wiring of
the county court house for Illumination
during Ak-Sar-Ben week. Bidders will
make their own plans or suggestions for
the electrical scheme after corsultlng wtn'
the committee on court house and Jail and
the best proposition will be adopted.
William Cowder was, on motion of Com
missioner Brunlng, appointed custodian of
the voting machines on behalf of tho
county, his salary to be governed by the
statute. John Brlce had made application
for the Job by letter, and County Clerk
Drexel had recommended Hoke Conklin for
the -same place.
Attorney Daniel Horrlgan filed formal
charges against Justice of the Peace W. W.
Eastman, which were referred to the com
mittee of the whole and county attorney.
Mr. Horrlgan specifies that In the case of
H. J. Strieker against Mrs. J. W. Doran,
the Justice decided against the defendant
after she had filed affidavit for a change
of venue and after he had accepted the
costs; also that he afterward, to pacify
Mrs. Doran, who threatened legal action,
pretended to vacate the Judgment. In a
second, case, Mrs. Nora Grandon against
George Marley, it is alleged that Eastman
caused an order of attachment to Issue
without sffl davit therefor, on the under
taking of an attorney.
REDS GATHERJFOR P0W.-W0W
Throngs of Indians of Various Tribes
Assemble at the Omaha
Great throngs of Indians already have as
sembled near the Omaha Indian agency
In Thurston county to celebrate their an
nual pow-wow. Among them are seventy
five or 100 Poncas and Otoea who came up
from the Indian Territory to participate
In the celebration. There will be a double
header pow-wow, one to be held near the
Omaha agency and the other at the grove
adjacent to Silas Woods' home, which has
always been a popular location for the
pow-wows. Tho celebration will begin
Sunday, lasting until Tuesday, and prepa
rations have been made for a big time.
The pow-wow Is a sort of legislative as
sembly of the tribes, but Is more gen
erally devoted to having a good time and
has supplemented the old-time war dance
and ghost dance. About all the Omaha
Indians and their families will participate
In th'e affair.
OMAHA COMPANY INTERVENES
Stork Yards Ask to Be Heard In Snlt
Against Western Rail,
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. In the United States
circuit court today the Union Stock Yards
company of South Omaha filed an Inter
vening petition In the bills of complaint
of the Interstate Commerce commission
against the Chicago-Great Western railway
and eighteen other transportation com
panies. The charge Is made that the rail
road companies assess a discriminating
rate on the shipment of live stock over
that of dressed beef from Missouri river
points to Chicago.
Inquiry at the law offices of General John
C. Cowln developed the information that
General Cowln could offer some light on
this case, but the general could not be
found to get his views.
GERMAN VESSEL ON ROCKS
Crnlser on Way to Bast Afrlea Is
Aground In Bad
SINGAPORE, Straits Settlements, Sept. 9.
The German protected cruiser Seeadler,
which left this port yesterday for German
East Africa In view of the rehelll
struck the submerged Kent rocks, twelve
miles from here, and remains stranded
there In a bad position. All the efforts to
nam it orr have proved unsuccessful.
The Seeadler Is of 1,640 tons dlsnlaom.,
and 2,700 Indicated horse power, giving It
a speed or ahout sixteen knots. Its arma
ment consists (H eight 4.1-lnch quick-firing
guns and a number of smaller rapid-fire
guns. Its engines, boilers and deck are
protected by from ont to three Inches of
steel. The Seeadler was built at l!mh,,r
and was launched In 1MI2.
WORLD IS FULL OF WOE
Woman Loses Her Cream-Colored
Dress and Enlists Aid of Po
Mrs. Carrie Brady of 1313 Davenport
street has enlisted the aid of the city de
tectives In an effort to locate her cream
colored dress, stolen from her clothes line
during the hours of 5 and 6 p. m. Friday
Mrs. Brady says this world Is full of
trouble and that her nresent i.
caused by line trouble. Her dress had
.u.e yoKe insertion with ruffles on the
sleeves. She has given the detectives a
sample of the fabric for a clue.
BOONE LOSES THE "DIVISION
Northwestern Headquarters Will Ba
Transferred to Belle Plains
The Northwestern conductors have re
ceived notice that after April 1 the pas
senger division will be moved from Boone
to Belle rialne.. There have been con
tinual rumors of this change for some time
but this Is the first authentio corroboration
of the report. The conductors do not like
the change and will try to have the order
Special Notice to Teachers.
To relieve the crowded condition of our
warerooms quickly we will rent a limited
number of high-grade pianos at per
month or sell you a first-class instrument
at 15 per month, six months rent allowed If
purchased. Investigate at once. Telephone
1625 or call on
8CHMOELI.ER 4 MUELLER PIANO CO
Temporary Location, 1407 Harney St. '
Chicago Laundry; fine work. Tel. 206.
The following marriage licenses have
Nme ami Residence. 'a
Martin Wutusky. Omaha -i
Agnes WelJo, Omaha 1
Jacob Miller, Omaha 23
belle Loch, Omaha !!"!"!" j
Ralph Cassldy. South Omaha...'..'..'. 23
Agnes Dyer, South Omaha 19
Leon Graets. Omaha r
Edith Touslin, Omaha .'.'.'".'.'.'.'.".'." 20
Robert N. Carter. Council Bluffs.. M
Llllla Nugent. Avoca. la JJ
22-K wadding rings. EUholm, Jeweler.
Men's, boys', children's clothing, hats
laairs' suits, skirts, millinery, etc . cash or
croOiL ivil Blors, Utx and fuuuu,
U. S. TAILORING CO.
205 North Sixteenth Street
are lost every day by people Just because they do not look around. Now, If
we can help it, the people shall LOSE NO OPPORTUNITY to get acquainted
with our NEW AND CONSTANTLY RENEWED STOCK.
Just now we are almost dally receiving novelties, DIRECT IMPORTA
TIONS FROM EUROPE. We5ve told you about those Tlrplts Austrian Vases,
slender and fantastic in shape, 'a, mystical gTayish-brown color, In the depths
of which many delicate shadows chase each other. And you must see our
DIRECT IMPORTED TIRPIXZ ('.ROUND CRYSTAL. Inlaid In gold and many
delicate colors, by a new process. "
Should you want diamonds or anything else In a first-class Jeweler's line we
are prepared to satisfy your every want.
OUR J9 7B WATCH FOR MEN Is still as big a value as ever.
JUST AS AN EXTRA INDUCEMENT WR WILL THIS WEEK AF"
SELL SIX SOLID SILVER TEASPOONS 0? US
FOR ONLY ...
AT THE SIGN OF THE CROW.V,
115 SO. 16TU STREET, OPPOSITE BOSTON STORE.
Fine watch repairing a specialty.
for the C, St. P., M. & O. R. R.
Teeth Extracted 25e
Porcelain Fillings $1 up
Qold Filling $1 up
Silver Fillings... 60c up
Crown $3.50 up
Plata. $100 up
Mlw"wwwwiwa mi i i
California, Oregon, Washington
Day-Sept. IS to October 31, 1905.
to Oeden and Salt Lake City.
to llutte, Anaconda and Helena.
to Pendleton and Walla Walla.
to Spokane and Wenatchee, Wash.
to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Die
go and many other California points.
to Everett, rairhaven, Whatcom, Van
couver, Victoria and Astoria.
to Ashland, Roseburg, Eugene, Albany
and Salem, via Portland.
to Portland, or to Tacoma and Seattle,
and to many other points.
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
Are our specialty but we
also carry a tine stock of
Sterling Silver and Cut
Glas3. also a gt-nt-tal U k
of things usually carried ly
Jeweleis which we would be
pleased to show you.
PEACH and COMPORT ar
Wlsasaan'WHpaiai,,'iaj niimHf fyjPMnev'arm' ' ..--t . ,mt ,.
A FIRST-CLASS CI Si 8 MACE CF A FINE QUALITY HAVAKA TOBACCO
P. R. RJGI MUfAJITIkl OIOA ....,. T. IAV19,
We beg to announce the open
ing of Our Branch Store with the
Latest Styles of imported and do
mestic woolens. Mr. O. H. Alex
ander, the well known cutter and
designer, is in charge of our cut
OUR $15.00 SUITS
CANNOT BE EQUALED.
We operate 21 stores in the United
States, which enables us to secure the)
very best and latest styles and to sell
them at 25 to 40 per rent cheaper than
We are the Only Topular Priced
Tailors who employ UNION LABOR
making all our work at our OWN SHOP
All work guaranteed. Watch Inspectors
and Inspectors of clocks for all the city
15 Year Same Location
Bridge Work $3.80 up
Nerve removed with
out pal a
Loom Teeth Mad
Work ruarantaad 10
1324 FARNAM ST.
Special Sale of Jack
Memam's Clear Ha.
vana Cigars, Bulldog
Regular 10c slxe, 7c each; 4 for 25c; 13.00
Regular 1 for c size, c each; t for 26c;
e. w per uox or 00.
Regular i for 25e slxe, c each; t for 26c;
13 6(1 per box of to.
Regular 2 for l"c slxe, c each; S for 26c;
t-'OO per box of 25.
Regular 10c straight else, 7c each; 4 for 26c;
K2o per box of 100.
Myers-Dillon Drug Company
8. E. Cor. 10th and Farnam St.
aura to coma to th who omoao
A LEADING QUESTION
Why do we sell more misses' snd
children's school shoes than any two
shoe houses In Omaha T
There must be a reason for this, and
here It Is:
We sell the best shoe that money
can buy use nothing In the soles but
the best oak tanned leather and the
upper stocks are the best quality of
plump vlcl kid and box calf leather
that can be procured. That Is the
reason why one pafr of our cele
brated school shoes will outwear two
pairs of the ordinary kind and why
we sell so many of them.
Tnung women's sizes, 2H to 8..J2 50
Misses' stzen 111k tn 9 tin
f Children's sizes, 84 to 11 '$1.50
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St
Diamonds at a Bargain
Private party In Omaha will sell at a
bargain a cluster of five diamonds, about
two carats each, also a three diamond
ring 14 oarats each diamond a chance
for someone to secure something exqui.l'e
and far below store prices. This offer will
be withdrawn after the 11th of September.
Address "Owner" A-30. Omaha Bee.
Styles for Men
Tour time won't be wasted looking
at our new fall styles. They are orig
inal, exclusive and correct the proper
fashion In footwear. We'll be pleased
to have you call at this store and post
yourselves on the new styles in up-to-date
$3.50, $4 and $5
Either nrlce will buy a pair of shoes
original, exclusive and correct the
quality and fit.
You can t do better than come In
and see what we have for your feet.
11 s me Dest there is.
FRY SHOE CO.
161k and Dtuglas Sts.
0 0X5391 C
sr n There munt be a. reason for this, and tj
I oloiiisf IEk
KANSAS CITY. ST. Jl iSKIMI, UiAV-flftp aa
ENWOKTU. ATCHISON and Sh 1 1 II
TO THE NORTHWEST
Kansas City. St. Joseph, I-ea
Omaha to Helena, llutte, Anaconda
Proportionately Low Rates from All Other Ponts in the System.
During the above period Tourist Cars will be run Daily to California via
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
making direct connections for points in the Northwest.
...ALWAYS EQUALLY LOW. RATES A11D
For Further Information, address
T. F. GODFREY,
Paaaeuger and Ticket Agrnt,
JVHT TIIE SPIT
AT Jl ST
YOU WANT TO
ma gBLUiL aroac
Copyright 1905 by
I Tart Schaflner (5r Marx
ANOTHER Bid FLOUR 8ALK MONDAY
We will sell for this special sale only,
48-pound sacks Fancy Hlnh Patent Min
nesota Flour. This is a fino flour f OC
for family use, per sack IUCJ
A FEW OF THE MANY OTHER
SPECIALS FOR MONDAY.
10 bars best brands laundry Soap 36c
6 pounds best I'earl Tapioca, Sago, Rurley
or Farina for 2.c
6 pounds choice Japan Rice 25c
6 pounds best Hulk Laundry Starch 25c
2-pound cans best Sweet Sugar Corn 5c
I" j. --IT- 1 WWaWaJ
f ' ' V tgtpf WsVstttjaj aWta.s- I
The only all steel range made. You could not break it
with an axe. "We are the only firm in town that will sell
you a range on payments without charging you five to ten
dollars extra for the accommodation. If you work for your
money it will pay you to buy from us. Steel ranges from
John Hussie Hardware Co.
2407-09 Cumming St. 4 ' If
Bee Want Ads
to Oct. 31, '05
ONE-WAY LOW RATES ARE OFFERED:
Kansns City. St.
Oiiintiii to Spokane, UniutiMu und
V w w w
Kansas Cltv, St.
Omaha to Portland, Ttieoma, SeiittlP,
Victoria, Vancouver and Intermedi
Ot R SPECIAL
ITS FREE Kill
While Attending the Great
LOOM END SALE
Don't forgot to pxamino our stock
of New Fall Clothing.
The Dressiest of Dressy Suits ara
the Hart ShalTnor & Marx hand-
tailored garments for which we ara
sole agents in Omaha.
The Style is Right,
The Fabric is Right,
We've Priced Them Right
Those Douhle-Hroasled 'Varsity,
illustrated here, is one of the most
popular styles for fall and winter,
Let us fit you in one
you'll wear it away.
"We carry a complete lino of all
Btvles in prices from
$12.50 to $25
8-pound can Rnstnn linked Renns T'.yj
i-iunu vu miit ,v niii!Ka reunion
The host Soda Crackers, per pound...
Fresh, crisp (linger Snap'", per pound..
Xcelo, Malta Vita. F.Kg-i -S-e or
Price's Kreakfast Food, per package.
ONE MORE PAR OF FANCY CALlKoR.
NIA YELLOW FREESTONE PEACH Y'.ii
This makes our fourth car in lo
weeks. Peaches are higher, but we are
going to sell this car at same price as
the. others. They are extra fancy ang as
long as they last we will sell OSc.
them, at, per crate
Acorn Steel Ranges
Banquet Steel Ranges
Imperial Steel Ranges
you - buy it of Hussie, it 's right. '
Josejih, I.en veil worth.
Joseph, I.oavenworth, Atchison
or H. 0. TOWNSEND,
General Iaas-ui;er and Ticket A (rent,
bT. LOU. Ma