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THE OMAHA DAILY BKE: DXESDAY. FKHHfAHY 21, VMM.
IOWA GETS THE OMAHA RATE
Foists on Korthwestern's Main Line Given
Concession on Grain to Gulf.
EIGHTEEN CENTS A HUNDRED ON COARSE
On Aveoont of Warm Weather la
Aoath Plaas Arc Belac Made
far Dl-rlslna af Rates for
The Northmestern has announced a new
rate" oil raln from Iowa points eltuatwl
m ttie main line of that road. Xhe raj
or it 'Cents on coarse train which now ajV
piles? from Omaha to the gulf Is made to
apply front local Iowa points. The rate of
18 cents to the gulf has been effective on
ull road to the south for some time, and
nbout the llrst of the year the North
wmtMfi went after some of the grain
ImlnesK to the gulf, establishing a new
luutr by turning over grain to the Illinois
intrnl ot Iixon, III. No rate was given
i miit- Iowa points, and shippers from those
mi at ton were compelled to ship to Omaha
iind tlicn pay 18 cents to the gulf. This
isavf' mi' Northwestern a chance to lose
tin. business which It claimed was right
fully its own. as it originated on local
points fn thnt rimil. To control this' grain
ide read I:a.i now announced a rate of IS
cent!", m urn'! direct from the local sta
tions, so It will not have to come to Omaha.
This is thi same position which the Mil
waukee took when It refused to give up Its
grain at Council Bluffs, having a station
of its own at South Omaha and could get
tliu whole haul. The Burlington always
has malutHliud the right to haul grain
from its local points to the destination,
when that wu.s on the Burlington line, and
tins' refused tu deliver cars when the bill
ing called f'r tb" grain to be delivered to
sums other line wlilrh would haul It for
less than the Burlington tariff.
The weather Is ho warm In the south It
will le but a short time bofore all the
grain will be moving to the eastern ports
strain, aiirl a meeting is now being held t"
fix a division of the rates. '
IN aw Lin
rtKMM.lTIO t) THE MILWAl KKB
tomiuerrlnl Club Ilerlares Attltade
Inimical to Oiunhu'n Interests.
The executive committee, of the Commer
cial, club tok a decided stand against the
Milwaukee railroad at Its meeting Tuesday
on the. ground that the railroad Is working
ag:ilnst the Interests of the city. These
resolutions were passed:
Whereae. The Chlc-ago. Milwaukee A fit.
Paul Railway company has again shown a
spirit of rank discrimination against the
Omaha grain market by Its attitude In de
clining to meet the switching rate of other
railroads from Council Bluffs to Omaha
nl PpiiiIi Omaha on grain, and by declin
ing to turn the grain over to such line or
linen as have shown a willingness to make
a fnlr charge for the elevators located at
Omaha and South Omaha; therefore, be it
Uesnlved. That such action on the part of
the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
company Is Inimical to the best Interests
of Omaha and that the Commercial club
f Omaha give Its full and free support to
tnc enoria now iiemg mane ny mo umana
Ornln exehang" to bring the Chicago. Mil
waukee 8t. Paul Railway company to a
acnee 01 tne reirneaa and justice or the
position of the Grain exchange.
The committee declared also that tha
recent advance In the rate from Omaha to
Hloux City by the Milwaukee and the
Northwestern, and the refusal to re-adjust
the rates from Omnha to South Dakota
points was Inimical to the Interests of
Omaha. The commissioner was Instructed
to notify the railroads that the club
wanted them to put back the old rates be
tween Omaha and Bloux City and to re
adjust the rates from Omaha to South
Dakota to the basis made for Sioux City
In 1902. He whs Instructed to announce
to the railroads that their refusal to com
ply with these demands will be considered
unfriendly, and that shippers who are
members of the club will govern them
Resolutions were passed thanking the
Tnlon Pacific for iW.ucinsr to 12 the switch
ing rate on grain from Council Bluffs to
Omaha, and asking that road to be firm
In the maintenance of the new rate.
A VERY SPECIAL
DRESS GOODS BARGAIN
$1.00 Silk Eolietmes 39c
LEFT IN CT8TO.M HOUSE AND SOLD TO 1'9 FOR CHAIIOEH
3,000 Silk Eollennes, gelling everywhere at $1.00,
and today the most favorable dress stuff extant
black, cream, white, pink, greens. Ivory,
plain and with miniature dots 4 2 Inches wide
on sale tomorrow, at, yard
MERCHANT HAS A COME BACK
Denies Chicago Dealers Are In with
In reply to an Interview given out Mon
day by K. A. Nash regarding the Milwaukee-Updike
grain controversy. Secretary
Merchant of the Grain exchange asked to
be quoted as saying . this:
"The big dealers In Chicago are not In
the least Interested In our efforts to force
the ' Milwaukee road to treat Omaha and
this grain market fairly. Th fact that
Kansas City does not draw grain from
Missouri Is no reason why we cannot
draw grain from Iowa.. Tho Milwaukee
should make the same rates on grain from
Iowa to Omaha and South Omaha as to
CouncM Bluffs. It not willing to do this. It
certainly should make the Council Bluffs
rates, plus $2 per ear, the same as other
roads. It Is true the ears of grain have
Ix'en moved from Council Bluffs, but under
protest 'and at an excessive rate.. We
shall continue to get all the stain we can
(lorn Iowa, regurdless of the desire of the
Milwaukee to keep It out of this market
nnd lhef herulc effort they are making to
force other lines to Join them In their discrimination."
A! wars Keeps Chamberlnla'a Coach
Remedy las His Hsse.
"We would not be without Chamberlain s
Cough Remedy. It Is kept on hand con
tlnuully In our home," says W. W. Kear
ney, editor of the Independent. Lowry City,
Mo. Tbat Is Just what every family should
do. When kept at hand ready for Instant
use a cold may be checked In the outset and
cured. In much less time than after It has
become settled In the system.
Arson Charge Denied.
John Zees and Morris Kasnar vara -
lalgned In police court Tuesday morning
on a Mint charge of having set fire to n
Insured building at the southwest corner
of Sixteenth and I.envenworth atreets Sun
day morning. January It. The defendants
R leaded not guilty.. The hearings ware set
r , Wednesday 'morning. The complaint
Was filed at the Instigation of K. M. Bart
letlj attorney for the Olens Falla Insur
ance oompnny and the National Mutual
L.it insurance company.
LACES AND INSERTIONS
Many thousand yards of Wash Laces, Valenciennes,
Torchons, Point d'Esprlt and Footing Lacea
many are matched sets and worth up to 15c yard
25c Ladies Neckwear 10c
Fine Wash Neckwear and Turnover Collars em
broidered, hemstitched and lace effects, also
embroidered Tab Collars hundreds of styles
and worth up to 25c at, each. .'
GREAT SALE OF
Pretty fine Swiss and Nainsook Allover Embroideries,
new spring patterns, iu dainty op.nwork and English
eyelet, new shadow and blind effects just the thing
for waists, yokes, fronts, etc., MX TK
worth up to $2 tw BpecialatfldJf 0 t VO
pricety Wednesday, yard V-rV
NEW SPUING WASH GOODS AT SPECIAL PRICES
New embroidered voiles, neat checks in pink and Ql
blue, worth 19c yard; special for Wednesday at, yd. .O2C
Thousands of yards fancy white dress material, various
grades, worth up to 19c yard; on bargain square, f
for, yard O2C
Sheer India linons, a regular 23c quality, iu long mill A
lengths; for, yard IIC
White and figured mercerized madras waistings and shirt-
. ings; these are worth up to 50c yard from the bolt; Q
3 to 7-yard lengths Wednesday, for, yard MazC
New dress organdies, large asortment, rosebud and floral
. designs, an unusual bargain; for Wednesday, at, C
yard. '. JC
Elko Wash Nut S6.00--the Best.
Elko Lump - 6.25-the Best.
JEFF W. BEDFORD CO.,
Tel. Douglas 115. 2306 Cuming St. .
W M W -4
w n 1 3 HL
Best for Home Use
190t Parnam St., Omaha.
Hiller't Whukits, full quarts,
80C, $1.00 and tl.i.
" 7 BOTTLED IN I
Heat electric light janitor service
all night and Sunday elevator ser
vice a fire proof building all cost
the tenant of The Bee Building
Wo Mil all kinds of Supporter for
Men and Woman 1 6 or 40 atria tu
ill. , WRITE FOR CATALOGUE o:
Sherman & McConnsll Drug Co.,
Cor. lAth nt Dorig, Omaha.
1317 Douglas St.
' On no railroad in America is the system of disci
pline among employes and watchfulness for the
safety of passengers developed to a higher degree ,
than on the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Three trains daily to Chicago. The Daylight
Special leaves 7:55 a. m. The Eastern Express at
5:45 p. m. The Overland Limited at 8:35 p. m.
All trains arrive in Chicago at the Union Station
in the heart of the business district.
F. A. NASH, 154 PARNAM TRE1T.
C.n.r.l W..t.rn As.nt. OMAHA.
O.MAUA VTKATHER FOR KCA ST Wednesday, Pair; Colder.
I i"v A li" II it t 11 r (
m L iv iv L
GREEN TRADING STAMPS EVERT TIME
ff 1 V
Big Pyrography Sale
30c Oval and Square Framo, mo
4r Glove and 'Kerchief Boxes '.'!k!
, Necktie Holders 48c
iox'.j Japanese Panels f9c
$1.00 Photo Iloxen, larg-o sire 800
$1.40 Deep Boxes, poPPX designs. ..$1.10
OUTFIT NO. 1- 1.69
Parts separately as follows: Bulb.
75c: Point, $1.26; Box, 40c; Bottles,
Cork, etc., ftc easily a $3.00 vulue.
OUTFIT NO. t- 3.25
rrw aeparatelv ttn follows: Bulb,
$1.X; Point. $J.OO; Boa. 60c; Bottles,
Cork. etc. 5c a reirular $4.60 value.
Finest produced. Heavy point, extra
la rite bulb, paint, brushes, stain and
elaborsle Instruction book. Bend for
Illustrated catalogue. Art section
Your Eyes Your Eyes
Very bent Gold
or Eye Glasses,
And One Hundred Green Trading
Solid Gold Spectacles or Eye
Glasses, regular flO fA
value, special 0.3U
And Two Hundred Green Trading
Bennett's Biff Grocery
WKDNESPAY'S SPKCIAL LIST.
Headquarter for Tea.
BaKket Flretl Japan. Oolon. Gun
powder. English Breakfast or Ceylon
Tea. bin value, pound 680
And Fifty (jreen Trading Stumps.
Jos. Tetley Co.'s Green l,alel Cey
lon Tea, most delicious, lb. eiin...S.c
And Fifty Green Trading Stamps.
JosTTeiley ft Co."s Yellow Isabel Cey
lon Tea, splendid value, lb. ran....c
And Forty Green Trading Stamp.
Spring ii CominJ; Get Ready
skw ni, ik KKmt'KV OH'
OR ASS SKK1), poaad sVVJC
A eoinplete line of nm Veaetalile '
Pound package Monsoon Seeded
And Ten Green Trading StRnips.
Mount Kltiro. Maine, Corn, tlm tlnest
produced, can 12Vte
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Jello. assorted flavors. X packages. .2Rc
And Ten Grcn Trading Stamps.
Ten-pound sack Yellow Corn Meal. He
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Diamond "8" Peaches, Apricots.
Pears, Cherries. Pineapple, can...2'ic
And Twenty Green Trading Sinmps.
orn. 2-pound can 5c
Peas. 2-pound can tic
Oil Sardines, run.... 3c
Breakfast Cocoa, Can 10c
Anderson's Tomato Soup,
k;s! k(js:j '. kggs:::
NF.W LAID WJGa-
Thousands of dozens for Wednesday.
BKXXKTT'S CAXDV SKtTIOX.
WKDNKHJAT SPECIAL Fresh
made, delicious, crisp. Peanut
Squares, pound 10c
Dressmakers' Pins, full count;
Chinese Ironlpg Wax; special. If,
to French Darning Cotton; spe- c
clal. a card... IW
Hooks and Byes, regular 3c in
wain.' ar.jx.1.1 o r-u,A
Many Other Little Things Cheap.
On Sale at Notion Counter Center Aisle.
Kale, of Ladies' and Misses' Suit at $2.no Per Salt.
We have 2fl Ready-to-Wear Suits for ladles and misses. In eton
Jacket effects, the materials are voiles, cheviots, tweeds
and they come In black and colors, worth from $15.00 to
$22.50;,ior Wednesday, in our suit department, per suit.
An Odd Lot: of Pedestrian Skirts In all wool tweeds and
cheviots, a.ll good styles; tor Wednesday, each
Values to be
TWW RBU4BLB IIURR.
ues in New
WEDNESDAY IN THE DRY GOODS
A Sale of Sheets 25 dozen Bed Sheets, made of a fine qual
ity of seamless sheeting, all ironed and readv for use,
81x90 and 72x90; worth 75c each; Wednesday rft
only, each. DOC
Feather Pillows Cheap 2 V2 -pound good Feather ACk
Pillows, worth 85c each; Wednesday, each TaC
25 dozen Pillow Slips, in sizes 42x3(1, 45x36 and 50x36, made
of a nice fine muslin, free from dressing, worth
15c and 17c each; Wednesday, each : . . . . I-C
50 pieces of all linen unbleached Crash; Wednesday O 1
only, a j ard : O3C
10 dozen nice light weight Silkoline Bed Comforts, Qfi
worth $1.35; Wednesday, each. aOC
11-4 fine quality Fleece Bed Blankets, gray, pretty 1 An
borders; Wednesday only, pair...... I.UU
. UP-TO-DATE TRIMMINGS FOR SPRING GOWNS. . .
Just received, a big importation of fine Venetian, Fran
caise and Austrian Laces, Bandings, Appliques and Trim
mings; new Persian Braids and Appliques just the proper
idea fori hew spring dresses; beautiful Allover Laces for
waists, yb'kes and trimmings. See our line and compare
Special Lot of Trimmings Fine Venetian Kdges, Bandings
and Appliques and new Persian Braids that are
worth to' 50c yard; this lot Wednesday, a yard. . . .C
Neckwear Special at 7V2C A big lot of fine Wash Stocks
and Lace Collars, slightly mussed, that sold for
25c; go Wednesday, each. f 2C
Pearl 'Button Rale 500 gross of fine salt water Pearl Buttons, two
and four hole, 12 to 24 lines, worth to 10c dozen; sale price, &
Wednesday, 2 dozen for fC
NOTION S A LK.
V0 Dressmakers' Pins,
point; special, paper.
6c Steel Safety Pins;
10c Fancy Cube Plna, Jet and Kc
assorted: a cube "w
Skirt Supporters and Waist Oc
T jinvllirnnrt' .rwi'lu 1 each SwW
Wait for Great Cloak Sale-Saturday
You will be surprised wheu you
see how really "good looking" our
13.50 boots ar. They are made
in patent stocks, in kid with pat
ent tips, or In the new gun metal
leather they are In button or
lace patterns in any site or
width and can be fitted to suit
the most fastidfous.
FRY SHOE CO. I
J 6th and Douglat SIl
Wnen You Write to
racnamtwr it only talcea an astra stroke or
two of tho pen to mention tbo toot tbat yea
hw tb ad. la Tbo Boo.
Five Fast Trains
and the East vis the
over the only double track
r'!way between the Mis.
souri River and Chicago.
This complete service
includes Pullman drawing
room and private compart
ment sleeping cars, parlor
cars, composite observa
tion cars with library and
free reclining chair cars,
standard day coaches and
dining cars (a la carte ser
vice.) Ticket! tri ill ialorinatioa oa appll
catioa 10 ticket ottue
H01 ana 1403 FamamSL,
Save 60 Per Cent on Laces.
We are sole selllnR- agents In Omaha fo r the FAMOI S ZIOJJ C1TT LACES.
I The only line of wash laces manufactured in tills country, and on all Imported
a-nods n duty of SO per cent adv. Is Imposed. Thus you save the 00 per cent duty
V) I'll) SjK'U viij HHITH.
OCR NEW STOCK 19 NOW ON SALE.
BEAl'Tl Ft'L FRENCH VAL I'atterns. at ; I'LAT VAI. PATTERNS-o-ln. wide, very
per yard 4o, 6c, il)r.
K- 7,. ami IVW
1S-IN. ALL-OVER LACKS. PRIVTS. 50c.
?V tl.UO and 11.35 a yard.
Every set complute with three to Ave
widths of Inserting and all-overs to match.
handsome, at. yard--
Sc. KK-. IFic nnd
A brand new hose supporlcr that can bo
worn us a front pad or a a aide elastic
now on sale 2C5
Special Sale of Silks.
ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS FOR WEDNESDAY RUTTERS. i '
l.V pieces of fancy "silks. 27-ln. wldo. 11.00, Ol'R $108 BLACK FE At l)K HOI E 3in.
and vauies. in FCIRENOON. Alio I 'de. double faced, line Woichl for wraps,
Wednesday, ot. ysnl VVl i Wednesday 1 J.W
NEW SILK WAISTINC.8. white IlKured. at, yard 1
wasTiabl silks. I7-in. wide, very special , tl.M ' BLACK TAFFETAS -ln. wide
value fxCkn greatest ImrnHlns ever offered QHC
Wednesday, at, yard iu Omalia, at, yard v-'w
i Great Sale of Furnishings. See What 25c
Will Buy Wednesday.
MEN'S AND BOYS' HEAVY WORKIMJ
PH1RTS. sll sites, light, or dark colors,
BOYS": LAUNDERED SHIRTS or shirt
waists, In new stylish patterns
MEN'S 8H1RT8 AND DRAWERS
heavy fleece lined, all sizes, WORTH
I P TO TBO.
MEN'S Ot.oVKS-in heavy horse hide, all
sines. WORTH 60C PAIR.
MENS JERSEY oVEkSHIRTS heavy
nualttv. WORTH y(!.
MENS AND BOYS' SWEATERS heavy
welnht, In all slies. WORTH 6HJ.
CHOICE OF ANY OF THE ABOVE ARTI CLES
WEDNESDAY, AT ONE PRICE ,
LADIES' KNIT SHAWLS and fa.rlntor,
h!1 wool, Isra-e siis, white, black or
fancies, WORTH VP TO $1 .').
LADIES' CORSETS AND OIRDLE8
In all sizes and styles, pinks, bluea or
whiles, WORTH VP TO 7:C.
INFNT'S KIMONOS AND JACKETS -tnnde
from Rue bnby flannel, rnk. bluea
nnd whites. WORTH VP TO SC.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANT'S DRESSES
in white and I'lilors. ages 1 to ( years,
WORTH VP TO 7SC.
MEN'S SVSPENDEKS extra loiur'' and
heavy weight, regular &0C VALVES.
Wool Dress. Goods Sale
B0 oiecea of Priestley's genuine craven-
ettes. also Agiierellns or rain proofs, on
sale to start the season at exactly half
il. an cravenettes UOr
$2.50 cravenettes 5
$4.00 cravenettes f QQ
$1.7Ti aln proofs,
Extra specials In high grade wash goods.
GO pieces of 69c silk organdies,
nice printing, at, a yard ...
Great Mid-Week Grocery Sale.
21-lbs. finest pure cane granulated
48-lb. sacks best highest patent,
hard winter wheat, flour
7-lbs. best hand picked navy beans 26c
A-lhs. best breakfast rolled oatmeal ....Tc
7-lbs. best pearl barley, hominy or
10 bars best brand laundry soap 26c
6-lb. palls pure fruit jelly 16c
2-lb. cans fancy sweet sugar corn 6c
2-lb. can wax, string or Lima beans..,. 8c
1-lb. package mincemeat oc
2-lb package Frucn's wheat flakes Hc
X-Cello breakfast food, pkg ,...i.7Vii
2- lb. pkg. self rising pancaks flouri...7Ho
Tho best soda or oyster crackers, lb., fio
Fresh crisp ginger snaps, lb 6o
2 measures fresh roasted peanuts 5c
3- lbs. fancy Halloween dates, for 15o
New Colorado honey, rack L'4
4- lbs best shelled popcorn 10o
ECU'S, EQOS, EtJOS
STRICTLY NO. 1 NEW LAID
EUQS per dosen 15u
We do not handle cold storage or No. 3
eggs. Nothing but. the best.
Our Coal Makes Friends 1
with frerytxxJr who tY?r tat its good qualities. are particular
in our choice of mines, confident that the ones we aettled upon were
the beat under ground anywhere. Ask anybody who know what he
thinks of our
and he will tell you there is no better coal mined It's' a hard, firm
coal the lower seams, free from soot, no clinker, no sulphur and holds
Lump - Ton - $6.50
Nut - Ton - $6.00
C. B. Havens & Co.,
219 S. 16th St.
To Many Points la
California. Oregon, Washington
EVERY DAY TO APRIL T, 1UOU.
. and Salt Lake City.
Anaconda and Helena.
0)O CQ I to Pendleton and Walla Walla.
VtwU) to Spokane and Wenatcb.ee, Wash.
'to San Francisco, Los Anpelea, San Diego
and many otner California points.
U. i nri i
igmm tgl ereii, rairuaven, wnaicom, van.
S25 nfl couver, Victoria and Astoria.
ana baiem, via roruana.
kto Portland, or to Taooma and Seattle.
Cltr Ticket On- 1824 Faraaaa It.
'Phone uouciaa sit. , ,
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Tk Boat Fara Fa.or.
Sobscrlvlioa Oat dollar ra-r.
K a im on
1 am receiving fresh mined Hanna
Coal in Lump, Egg and Nut
pSO Fee- Ton
Prompt Service. Careful Delivery.
'Phone Douglas 1007.
1507 Howard Ot.
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