Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 15, 1905, Page 10, Image 10
10 THE OMATTA DAILY BEE: Hi I DAY, SEPTEMBER l.r. 1903. OMAIIASECOND CORN MARKET r v Gate City Still .Eoldi Plaoe lut ta Chioago for World. FREIGHT RATES AFFECT LATE SHIPMENTS for geven Months Kndlng with Joly Cora Receipts Her Amoinltd to Kearls- F.lftf Mll ' lioa Rikrl. . t -1 i Omalta. still holds Its place at the second prlmar Corn murknt of the country, as shown by the lent report of the govern ment bureau of statistics, department of rommm and labor. . For the seven jnontri ending with July, corn rec-hits at Omaha were 10,?07.0i)0 bushels. In the name period Chicago re ceived W.ftfil ..TTS bushels, and Omaha a next competitor, St. Louis, received 9,443,870 bushels. July receipts at Omaha were light - as , compared with other cities and several markets made . substantial gains cn Omaha. Kansas L'lty received 50 "per cent more corn for the month than did Omaha and la only J.4M.800 bushels behind In the seven months total. St. Louis also took In 60 per cent more corn In July than this city. Omaha and Conartl Bluffs. Receipts of grain at Omaha and Council Bluffs during the month of July reached a total of 1.613,000 bushels, and were nearly l.nnn.non buehels larger than a like move ment In !. due greatly to the Increased Inbound movement of corn, although wheat and oats, also showed large gains. Ship ments of grain during July totaled 1.6M.5U0 bushels, as against 1,435,000 bushels In 1904. Total grain receipts at theso cities during the first severr months of the current year aggregated H.510.BO0 bushels, and consisted of 1.W1.000 bushels of wheat, 10,757,000 bushels of corn, 3,001,000 bushels of oats, W.oon bushels of rye and 43.000 bushels of barley. A similar corresponding movement In 1W4 amounted to 7,026.100 bushels. Ship ments of grain from Omaha during the first seven months of the present year totaled J.(if8,fl(0 bushels, and were nearly double a corresponding movement In 1904. The current year's corn output was ab normally heavy, amounting to 11,32,000 bushels. ' July recetpta were 144.000 bushels of wheat, as compared with 2S1.000 bushels last year; ftnn.ooo bushels of corn, as compared with 141.000 bushels last year; 2R7.000 bushels of oats, aa compared With 149.000 bushels last year; 3.000 bushels of barley, as compared with l.Ono bushels last year. Changes la Freight Rates.' The government report mentions changes In railroad freight rates, affecting Omaha, aa follows: From July a to August 2fi, 190fi. a num ber of Important changes occurred In grain and provision rates from Interior primary points to Atlantic and gulf ports. On August 21 the proportions lexport rate on flour and wheat from Kansas City to Galveston and New Orleans, which had been 18. cents per 100 pounds, was reduced to lfi4 cents per 100 pounds, while on the same date similar rates from Omaha to the gulf were decreased from 19 to 17H rents per 100 pounds. The proportional rates on barley, rye, oats and corn from Kansas City to Gslveston snd New Orleans changed from 17 to 1BV4 cents, and those from Omaha to the same cities from IS to 1K cents per 100 pounds. From Omaha and Kansas City to F-ast fit. Louis the proportional rate on wheat and flour, which had been 9 cents, became cents on August 19. and a rate on similar commodities from the same points to Chicago was reduced from 12 to 104 cents per 100 pounds. LA ,F0LLETTE IN THE SADDLE Reformer ld to Hold Tight Grip on the People of Hla state. Arthur Bishop of Appteton, TVts., who visited William Coburn at the city hall Wednesday on his way home from a trip through Wyoming, says Senator I.a Follette holds the Badger state politically In his hands. , "He has the people aroused to a sense of decency and honesty In public affairs," says Mr. Bishop. "It makes no difference whether the label Is republican or demo cratic. Everything that La Follette wants goes. He has a wife who Is his equal In many wayt Intellectually and la a constant help and, source of Inspiration to him. At a meeting not lopg ago In Appleton when La Follette denounced a treacherous mem ber of the legislature men In a vast audi ence were so aroused that they threw their hats and coats high In the air and In other ways showed wild excitement. This Just after an opposition speaker had bitterly denounced La Follette a few days before." octets- Event. Sarah' Berks took Electric Bitters for headache and can now meet her social en gagements. 0 cents. For sale by Sherman ft McConnell Drug Co. Marriage Ureases. . The following marriage licenses have been Issued:, Nam and Residence. Age Clarence Shaffer, Omaha 2S Mary Weekes, Omaha ". , is Edward Kasal, South Omaha 21 Julia AiaJy. South Omaha ji John B. Blizewekl, Omaha m Julia Ktslckl, Omaha ... ig Christ A. Borenson, Omaha 21 Carolina Thompson, Omaha 2j a-tZ wedding rings. dholm. jeweler. pedal Sunday nates to Great West era Park, MaaaJaa". Ions, Only on fare for the round trip. Tlcketa on sale every Sunday to and Including Ruaday,' September 17. For further Infor mation apply to 8. , IX Parkhurst, general 'agent. 1812 Farnam street, Omaha, Neb. Visit the llo! Millinery 1 Department n f"ts ran u . re Opening Display of Ladles' mat Unusual Sale of Dress Goods Remnants In New Fall Patterns Direct from the Mill 18,000 yards of new shipment of pure wool goods, in 3 to 10 yard lengths, direct from the mill cream, cardinal, black and all colors henrietta, serge, crepe, albatross, voile and nun's veiling. This is . . regular f0c and 75c grade, at, yard s, in o xo iu yaru 39c Importer s Samples at 35c Each 35c All, the shorter lengths. 4 to lO pieces alike every serviceable Q weave, at, each IsC From the United States Custom House Thousands of lengths, 4 to 10 alike adapted for jackets, coats, suits and skirts every color, will go at, per yard Remnants of dress goods for 5e snd 7Rc French Flsn school dresses, skirts and I nel Walstlngs for kimo nos, waists, etc., OQ., jackets values up to tnn 1.25 yard, at, yard....vt at, yard "Rc quality dress goods all kinds. In basement will go at, per OQr yard sW. Friday in the Basement Sale of REMNANTS Of TALL GOODS Best grade of Comforter Satine remnants, worth 26c per yard Plain Curtain Swiss. remnants, worth 10c per yard Staple Print Remnants, worth 7c per yard ; . .' 80-inch Perrale remnants and striped Shirting Satine remnants, worth 25c per yard lin-Polnted Drapery Madra." remnants, worth 20c per yard f Mr. J Mrs. Morand's Classes Dancing and Physical Culture Will reopen for children at "The Mormandle," Park avenue and Pavlrlo street, Friday. October 6th, 4:15 p. in. 11 lessons. $6. Hall, Ames avenue and Twenty fourth atreet, Monday, October 2nd; children, 4:15 p. m; adulta, p. m. II lessons, $. C'rsishton Theater Building, Saturday, September )th; children beginners. Id a. m ; advance, 1 p. m. Telephone l4l for tenns and particulars. , DIAMONDS Special Tomorrow A two stone UK Ring with One Diamond In combination with one genuine Ruby-Emerald Sapphire or Pearl for . $1050 85c 35c blue 5c 7lc India Llnon remnants worth 15c t Shaker Flannel remnants and Canton Flannel remnants per yard The very best Outing Flannel, In mill remnants per yard Imitation French Flannel rem In the new Persian pat terns worth 19c per yard Full else. Cotton Blankets each . . .' 7k 3k Sk nants 10c 19c Linen Department Remnants All the balance of ROc mercerlred and half blached Table Damask- In mill remnant at yard 15c Flnln all linen remnants, white and brown, suit able for center pieces, dollies, etc., at 2c a remnant Remnants of all linen 17 Inch bleached and un bleached Toweling worth 12Hc-Frlday at "71r yard Silk and Velvet Remnants Fresh lot of fine importers' samples Silks for fancy work also Velvet rem nants mostly black for collars, girdles C 1ft I C. C and trimmings, at each )CaUC"UC'wC Black silk remnants Taffetas. Peau de Boles, Messallnes, etc .27 and 36-Inch widths at about one-half price. Pretty silks for waists, dresses and lin ings. Including Pongees, at 25c Tard wide TafTeta, black and oolora, splen did variety, worth $1.50 yard on ttlf sale at yard 4" New silks on bargain square, fine Black Taffeta. Peau de Soles, Fancv Silks for ".iB.,.s7 ... . 49c-59c-69c All the Extra Wide Embroideries at 25c Yard Laces and Inserting In a variety of widths white, cream and ecru worth up to 20c yard, at yard. . 3c-5c-75c FALL OPENING MILLINER Y Friday, September 15 We respectfully request your attendance at opening dis play of autumn? choicest millinery designs. ORIGINAL PARISIAN MODELS Our personal representative in Paris has sent us more Paris pattern hats than the combined importation of all the other millinery houses in Omaha. LONDON CARRIAGE HATS. NEW YORK PATTERNS. CHARMING DESIGNS FROM OUR OWN WORK ROOMS. Our Great Millmery Department Is a Perfect Picture of Style Elegance. VERY LOW J wnii ROUND TRIPS Booth and Bontheast, one tare plus $2.00. ELot Springs, Ark., daily ...$23.00 St. Louis. .Mo.. dail.y ..18.50 Richmond, Va., Bept. 8th to 11th lnclnslvV... .... 33.75 Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 14th to 16th lnclnsire ! 32.75 Long limits, stop orers and other features offered In con nection with the aboTe rates. All agents can sell jou through tickets and route you Wabash, j All tickets reading orer the Wabash from Chicago east are optional with passenger yia lake or rail, either or both directions. Call at Wabash City office, 1C01 Farnam street, or write and let me give you all Information, maps, descriptire mat ter, folders, etc ' HARRY E. MOOREO, 0L A. P. D. WtbMk Ry OmaHa, Nat. BEE WANT PRODUCE OMAHA WEATHKR FOKKCAST FKIDAY. FAIR V) lj M. M rv. u iv u Store closes 6 p. m. (except Saturday.) 1 Ladies' Fur Lined Coats Our new stork is now roTnilete, Including broadcloth, cheviot and kersey, lined with blended coney, Jap ralnk and natural blended squirrel. OI R LEADER FHIOAY WILL RE A LADIES IlLACK .KEKSKY COAT, LINED WITH NATl RAL SQUIR REL, 40 INCHES LONG, at SCHOOL CHILDREN'S RAIN COATS . all ages gray mixed regular two dollar and a half coat LADIES' RLIHtER CLOTH RAIN COATS Full length, coat style, warranted rainproof regular $5.00 coat at LADIES' CRAVEN ETTE COATS Warranted rain proof elegant style shades, Oxford, tan and olive CHILDREN'S RON NETS AND COATS GENUINE SALTS BEARSKIN WHITE Bonnets at 91. 2.1, OBo, 75c and ftOo , Coats at 96.05, 95.75, 94.95 and 9.1.05 15.00 1.48 3.50 12.50 A STAMP SENSATION FOR FRIDAY We will put on sale one hun dred ladles' FnTl Walking Skirts in plain and fancy col or, not one of them worth less than 95 and some worth 97.50 the price will lx And 100 Green Trading Stamps With Each Skirt. 3.95 Raging Main Floor Remnant Sale All short lengths and odd lots to go Friday at very low prices. Short lengths of Bleached Muslin 1 to 5-yard lengths C worth 12c per yard, Friday per yard J' A big table full of Flepced Wrapper Flannels 27 inches wide, C light and dark colors, pretty patterns per yard C Extra Heavy English Flannelette Remnants, worth 15c yard, Q Friday yard ZJC Good Heavy Huck Towels hotel size Friday only each 00C 1,000 remnants of fine Table Linens, Odd Napkins and Towelings to be closed out Friday regardless of cost. MANUFACTURER'S SAMPLE HANDKERCHIEF SALE Ladles' fine Irish linen hemstitched, fancy lace and embroidered trimmed Hand kerchiefs this sample line worth 15c to 26c each for Fri- C day only each DC A Wonderful Sale of Embroideries 1,000 yards of fine Nainsook Em broidery, in corset cover and medium flouncing widths, worth t(J 75c to $1 a yard Friday at the Embroidery counter yard. . JDC New Neckwear for Ladles New, Fancy Embroidered Turnover Col lars in all the new materials and styles worth from 10c to 60c Friday- each 23c, 15c, 10c and Specials in Small Wares Best Needle Point Pins--regular 5c paper special, two papers for , Bend-Not Steel Safety Pins in three sizes regular 5c kind special, two dozen for Fine quality Pearl Buttons worth 5c dozen special, two ""dozen for . .' ' Hooks and Eyes black and white; two dozen on a card regu lar 5c value, special --per card '. Several other little things at low prices at our Booth, Main Floor, center alBle.- ' 5c 5c 5c 5c 2c BENNETFSU1G GROCERY FRIDAY JNTERKSTING ITEMS EVERY ONE At .MONEY SAVER Fifty Green Trading Stamps with quart bottle Blood enn of the Orar OUW Forty Green Trading Stamps with quart ran Armour's Soups 2lc assorted i- ' WW Twenty Green Trading Stamps with pound can Batavta ''Ic fancy salmon uw Twenty Green Trading Stamps with rmrkage Gusto Breakfast 12JC Bennett's Bargain Soap ten bars ....,. OVl Ten Green Trading Stamps with package Jell-O Ice Cream 10lr Powder Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound can Bennett'a Capitol OAr Baking Powder i Ten Green Trading Stamps with glass tumbler cranberry sauce 10c Ten Green Trading Stamps with hot. Bennett's Capitol Flavoring Extract 1e Ten Green Trading Stamps with lh. N. Y. full cream cheese 20c. Keep In mind the Green Trading Stamp sensation that's coming. "Sinclair" Millinery Grand Fall Opening Three Continuous Days. Opening Day Will Be Announced in a Day or Two. CROCKERY! CROCKERY! HAVILAND CHINA-ODD PIECES-AT HALF PRICE. This includes the finest grades of Haviland China pretty decoration. ' Half Price means a big sacrifice to us and a big gain to you. We need more room in our Crockery Section. RESTAURANT AND HOTEL MEN. READ THIS! 25 per cent' off odds and ends in HOTEL CHINA every piece in stock, with the exception of Homer Laughlin goods. K. T. K. and Dresden at 25 per cent off. o LOVING CUPS for prizes and for gifts. We have some beautiful pieces In sterling silver, ranging around 16.00. $10.00. tS 00 Also in quadruple plate, go od styles, $2.00 to $10.00 and they are beauties, too. Spend a few minutes In our store. Ix)ok for the name. S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler, tflf Douglas 8 1 rest. YA mill Thia in the time of year ,when you want to think of making your fall shawl or fancy knit goods for the baby. Remember we have tLe ruost complete line of Yarns in the city, in all shades and grades. tJlre us a call. We have all kinds Ice Wool, Angora Wool, Huxony,; Spanish Zephyr, Oermantown, Pompadour Wool, Eiderdown, German Knitting Yarn and any other kinds you can tbluk of. Our prices are right. Jos. F. Bilz 322 So. 16th St. Omaha. ,1 T J j f 'f1 '5 . '. 'i I 1! JOHN POWER Candidate for renomination as sheriff at the hand3 of the democratic party. Primaries, September 19. 1905. Sixth Day of the Great Manufac turer's Loom End Sale The Greatest Bargain Giving Day of All the Week. Don't Miss It mm SSMtSLS STOMaL loom Ends and Remnants at Prices Far Below . Actual Worth Surprising Special Bargains ,J1.9.RIKR TO MAKK THE Cl.OSINO OA ;- ''HKATKST KVKR. We Wll.l. SK TMK POMKSTIC ROOM ON FRIDAY AN l.V Onlatea. Suitings. In the domestic fil- room at. yard UW 6ip Stnndard Dress Prints. (n the Ol- domestic room at, yard 1V Snow White Cstnbrte. In domestic room nt, yard Remnants of t)c;t innde Amnskeng Tenp- dnwn Outing F'lanncl, worth 15c til,-. yard at, yard OaW Remnants of K'lc plain colored nanv fil- Hannel at, yard "...OJC lc 5e YS OP THIS GIOANTtr" SAI.R LI. AM. T 1 1 K LOOM KNP8 IN M SATl ni'A Y AT, TKR YARD... liX- wide rercales In domfstlc room at. yard .... l.V Arnold's Flannelettes, Inches wide. In domestic room at, yard l.noo short lengths of Table Tamask and Toweling will go nt I.KSS THAN FAC TOR Y OOST. Rest made 1'K- and 12',c Outing Flannels, greatest values ever shrmn .. filfm at. yard i.OJC Remnants in Main Wash Goods Department Wash ftnnda of all kinds, worth up to BOc yard-to close nulcklv, go st, yard. lfic. 10c, 7'c and '.. 5c ...10c MnlUgs worth up to 5Rc per yard will be on sale Frlday-at chnlcs, per yard $3 Wool Dress Goods at 49c Yard Remnants of M-lnrh Panamas and Kcot.-h Bultlnas. RS-lnch Clneklngs. II. 00 Henrlet. tas. Serges and all kinds nf Wool Pviltlng. worth from $1 no to $3.00 per OC- . yard In three lots for Fridav's sale-st. yard, ifr, 3?c and sSOC COME EARLY" AND OET THE BEST. In Our Silk Department Remnants of silks, remnants of velvets, a very large assortment of all kinds and colors, Worth up to $1 no a yard Friday morning at, yard Plack Chiffon Taffeta, 19 Inches wide, white Chiffon Taffeta, 19 Inches wide, for Friday's Special Pale, per yard 19c 39c On our bargain tables, fancy snd plain silks, very special. fCir- EQ. in Friday, at, per yard OVC, DOC. 00 1.50 1.00 69c Lining Fstlns Our stock of satins are the best they ever hsve been bklnner s Satins, 3-ln., a complete line of colors, nt, per yard Our glove finished Satins, JM-lnch, guaranteed for two years a very special "number., at, per ysrd t Our new Chiffon Satin, 24 Inches wide, for dress and lining purposes Friday special, at, per yard Two packages Tins for Loom TCnds nf Silk Ribbon nt, each ' .' Six Loom End Snaps lc 5c 7Sc Stamped Llnens-for 19c Two spools Crochet Silk, for Pretty Val Laces, at, per yard Torchon Laces, at, per yard 3c lc 24c Peaches Peaches Peaches We hsve received a consignment of 400 cases of fancy Colorado Elberts, Frse t stone Peaches. These sre the finest peaches grown for canning, snd as long A(lr as this consignment lasts we will sell them at. per case Remember this will be the last week of the big peach sales. Something You Are Looking for in Groceries tS-lb. Backs Fancy High Patent Minne sota Flour nothing finer for family use, per sack tl.36 10 bars best brands Laundry Soap 2Sc t lbs. best Pearl ,Ta pipes. Sago, Bar ley or Farina ' ..25c S lbs. Choice Japan Rice 25c Jello, Jelllcon. Advo Jelly or Fruit Pud dine, per package, 7V4o Xcelo. Malta Vita or Egg-'O-See Break fast Foods, per package 7He The best Soda Crackers, per lb 6Hc Fancy 12Hc and 16o Cookies, for this sale, per ' pound .". ......,..10o Nabisco Wafers, per package ........ ...lOo BUTTER AKT CHEESB SPECIALS. Fancy Dairy Butter, per. pound ISo Chole Creamery Butter, per pound ....21c Fancy Separator Creamery, pound ....13a Fancy Cream Cheese, per pound IM Fancy New Vork White Cheese, lb ....15c Fancy Wisconsin Brick or IJmberger Cheese, per pound ......Ifta IT Jl m(fi)i)6 We manufacture our own trunks, traveling bags and suit cases. We make them of the best msterlal. Our workman ship Is unexcelled. We sell them for less than Inferior grades would cost you elsewhere. If you buy of us you will get the beBt you will save money you will be better satisfied. Leather Bound Matting Suit Cases,. $3.60, $S.TS snd $4.00. We do repairing. OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY, 1209 Farnam Straat. 3B Low Katies FaeSffa oast CMC flfi Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria.. Vancourar, VtJ.UU and return on sale dally to Sept. 30th. Arn'nn Portland and return, via California in ona direction )UU.UU on sale Sept. 14th, 26th, 27th, 28th. PCP fifl California and return, via Portland in one direction DUD.UU on sale Sept. 14th. 26th, 27th, 2th. California and return, going via one direct routa, returning via another direct route on sale Sept. 14th. 26th. 27th. 28th. San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, and "in7 other California points on sale dally Sept. loth to Oct. 31st. Victoria. 16th to $56.00 $25.00 $25.00 $22.00 $20.00 $20.00 pally Tourist Car service to California points via Colo rado and Utah and via El Paso. For further Information call or write F. P. RUTHERFORD, D. P. A., 1323 Firnim St., Omihi Portland. Tacoina. Seattle. Vancouver, Ashland. Astoria on sale dally Sept. Oct. 31st. Spokane, Ellensburg, Umatilla, Wenatchea on sale dally Sept. 15th to Oct. 31st. Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Missoula, Kalispell on sale daily Sept. loth to Oct. 3 let. Ogden, Salt Lake City. Pocstello on sale dally Sept. 15th to Oct. 31st. " " BRIGHTEST LICHT OLD IN OMAHA IV amps LEAST CURRENT WESTERN ELECTRICAL C0MPAI1Y EPHONE 4S6. 1212 FARNAM STREET OEALKRS IN ELECTRICAL SUPPLIIS '