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, THE OMAHA' DAILY BEE! THURSDAY, JULY 5, lpoa - 1' "
'FRISCO MUTE IS ILLEGAL
Onda Tariff I Docked Ont by the Interstate
VICTORY FOR OMAHA OVER KANSAS CITY
Chairman Knaaa Wlpi President
Wattle, nf Grain Esrhenaje that
rrMiiir4 Dlsrrisnlnatloe Will
Xot Bf Tolrrated.
rrnWIrnt Wattles of the Omaha Grain
fcitellange yesterday mornlrm received a
telegram Xrom Chairman Martin A. Knapp
of the " Interstate t'oramtrc commission,
stating that the now 'Frisco grain rat
against Umaha anil In favor of Kansas
City Illegal and that the proposed
tariff rould not be accepted.
This news was highly gratifying to
President Wattles and the members of
the exchange and gave them cause for
celebrating Independence day with In
rreaaed teal. According to local train
men the proposed discrimination against
Omaha would have been exceedingly In
jurious to the Omaha grain market. Since
It was announced the exchange naa madi
determined fight to have It Knocked
out. Falling to Induce the St. Louis ft
San Franrlsco road to do so. It won on
an appeal to the Interstate Commerce com
mission. The effect of the differential would have
been to drain southern Nebraska of grain
through Kansas City without giving
Omaha any chance at It at all. he
prompt aitlon of the Interstate Commerce,
commission and the assistance of Sena
tor Millard ' In the matter is taken by
President Wattles as Indicating that
Omaha need no longer feel at the mercy i jjj
ir the raiiroaus in me iraurr or uujubi
Mr. Wattles Ksplalna.
Tl following statement explaining tho
t:Tair fully was Issued By Mr. Wattles on
receipt of the Intelligence from Clialr
"The (Omaha tlralu exchange recently
rxelved notice of the Intention of the St.
Louis & San Francisco railroad, a part
of the Rock Island system, to put in a
tariff from Kansas Clly to Memphis,
which should apply on all grain originat
ing In Nebraska, south of the I'nlon Pa
cific railroad Hnd which was a cnt In
existing rates of about 4 cents per 100
pounds. This was Intended to draw the
grain from that part of Nebraska through
Kansas City and to southern markets, and
the result ol It was a 4-cents differential
uguinst Omaha. The Omaha llraln ex
change Immediately protested against this
cut and sent Its secretary to Chloago
to see the officers of this road and en
deavor to get tlicm to withdraw It, as It
was an open discrimination against the
Omnlia market. Juno 28 formal ptotest
was made to the Interstate Commerce
commission by wire. This protest was
followed by a letter to Senator Millard
urging hlni to present this matter to the
commission and explain the objections of
tho Omaha Grain exchange. These ob
jections were that this tariff was a dis
criminating one that was to be applied
to one particular locairty and not to oth-
Jers and therefore was Illegal. 1 have
I Just received the following telegram from
" Martin A. Knapp, chairman of the Inter
state Commerce commission:
' "WASHINGTON. July 3 Your tele
Jtram of June 28 now delivered at office.
! I'pon receipt of your letter to Senator
Millard the matter was considered and
general freight agent of St. liuls San
Francisco notified by wire that proposed
rates are deemed Illegal and that circular
could not h accepted by .commission us a
legal tariff. MARTIN" A. KNAI'l.
"This message Indicates that the com
mission has taken the same view of this
tariff as wc took and 'has not Hied this
road lliat It cannot be accepted, which
Is very welcome news Indeed to tho mem
bers of our exi'hiitiKe'
I)IAM.D!-K.dlioliii. I5th and Harney.
FOURTH OUT AT KRUG PARK
Treitir-. 'cimd Knjojs the Fine
I'roKiniu t'repiired It) Man
There was a click of the turnstile n9arly
eveiy fecund durliiR the riih hours es
teiday nl'teinoon at IvniR park, and the
fourth of July record at (Iniiilia's polite
resort wn broken lor the afternoon at
tendance uiiil again later for the nlt;ht at
tendance, when thf evenlntf crutch coni
meiiccil. Two little afttrpoon showers were
only u lirlef toinporary inconvenience.
Kvary euncession did a capiicity business
.ttll daj' and eenlnj. The concert program
rendered by the Hoy a I Canadian band wn"
fine and very patriotic. The divertlsenient
on "ily ' Old Keiilucky Home" (I.)alliey
Introduced solo for all principal Instilment:-
unci was loudly applauded. "Wait
Till the Hull bulnes, Nellie" was the re
quest number and received an encore.
It was feared ai u o'clock thut the wind
would interfere Willi Mis Madalcne Walil -
mur'H bulloiiii hsct nslon, but the wind wen,
down niili the tun and at 7 o'clock, midst
the plundli h of the thousands of onlooker,
ahe titude u Kplendld aerial tliglit. She H-iilo i
thioculi t,e air 10 an inv.istial luixlit, or.
account of inabllliy to cut locfe the ptra
chute. whl'h was u li' W one. She flnalb
rode I ne hulli on"to the pround and aliglitfd
without the slightest Injury.
The rnglit balloon ascntiiin by A'eo Hunt
ley, with llrewoiks fTom i lie balloon, was
a tiiautlful flu and was thoroughly en
joyed. The networks dlhpla from the old mill,
the roller unster and the storehouse was
The koi d order ihnt was maintained was
remarked by (liie: of Police Dnluhm
and by -tti tnuess. who highly coujmeinleii
the rihl management. otideriii) the
tho :?iii;dH of people wliliiu the park, en
joying a Holiday al u .public resort, it Is
cerialnly reimi'kuble that only one arrest
(the. hfsi cue iluilnt; the sexen weeks of
the present seusoni was neeesKltated. A
youeg nlnn made u disturbance In the pa
Villon and aftrrwaid uss:tulted the county
officer, who arrested him. He was placed
In ll.e county jail and will be tiled today.
The plk xdlee firee Is vigilant and effl
eient und they will not p nnlt any dis
turbance In the pa- . j n a nueli eaxes ti.
management u( I fc 11 k acts with tin
ness. Thi' recon X ' that Krug park
one of the very lotl ntm iged parks In till:
A Skin cf Beauty ic a ;oy forever.
T. Fella Oouraud'e Oriental
Or.em or Magleal B.autifler,
IUaias Tu, Plmplw
sad mry fe.ro.ul
I Stautv. de
I Ins ,LcUD. II
bu fto4 Las taal
to f hvmiem v
Lis I r it lwbMira
U rumTj ai
lti& mt siaafcu
suss. Dr. L. A
fr m.i to
Udr i tut
t is SUM:
" Ai ru U4w
wdl m tk,a
HlMniift rnaa'utlH kMI kfrmral t il Uit
fcuoA bun u I)m Usu4 si ti .o sad Kwupa
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Beginning Thursday, July 5th, nl Continuing Through
the Heated Term Our Store Will
CLOSE EVERT DAY AT 5 P. M.
EXCEPT SATURDAY AT 10 P. M.
Thursday Specials jj
Cilkr Shlrf Walctt anrl Jacket Suits
Ladies' White Wash Skirts
Smartly made of shrunken wnlte
Indian Head Linens and Kngllsh
Keps, circular and pleated very
Untrimmed Hats at 50c Each.
All of the untrimmed Milan, Chip Straw Hats
and Hand-Made Chiffon and Straw Braid
Hats, all 'this season's styles, for- fV
merly sold up to $2.00 and SI In
$2.60, now Jf
Untrimmed Hats at 25c.
Lnmmmea Hats in blacks, whites and
colors. These are Hats that for
merly sold at $1.00, on
j Special Sale of 500 New
Up to-Date Trimmed Hate
In this lot you will find many original
Pattern Hats, also Hats trimmed with
ostrich plumes, both Black and
Bin Table of Mo Printed Organdie,
full pieces, not remnants, i
at, yard AjC
Inillan-Itead White Suitings, each
bolt with copyiiKht Indian
nead luoel, at, yard
OUR LETTER BOX.
Voting- at the Primaries.
UMAHA. July 4 To the Kditor of The
Bee: The oftlcers of the polls of the Ninth
waid, Becond district, refused my vote yes
terday morning. They wanted me to state
whether I was republican, democrat or
socialist. Being reginiered as independent
voter I refused to answer this tiucution
so was not allowed to vote. I have bout
a voter In this country since 1ST.', in dif
ferent states, always voted the .democratic
ticket, until the tirst McKinley election;
since then have always voted for be,t
man. or In other words. Independent. Has
any state the right to refuse a L'nited
Strites citiien his vote on account of above
If a man votes a mixed picket, can he
call himself republican, -democrat or so-
l.il'sts? How could' I answer this question
and how can the slate refuse my vote?
Answer The election held on Tuesday
hs not a general election for oftlcers of
he people, but a primary election to select
aelcgatta to conventions to make nomina
tions for office. A condition precedent to
vet inn for or again.it a set of delegates
imposed to represent a particular political
ur'y Is avowed Hfhllatlon with that party.
If the voter wishes to vote at a republi-
an primary lie must have declared at the
irie u' regitiatlun, under -oath, that ha
inttnds to affiliate with that party. This
does not necessarily Imply that ho must
ote that party's ticket straight. If he
leilines to array himself with the party,
,e 1.4 naturally exchitled from participation
n.th party's primaries and councils. The
uw Is specific, definite and constitutional
in is only applicable to the primary elec-
.Ions of the political parties.
.VGRATH JURY DISAGREES
Unjorllr Staaaa for Arqalttal
Holdas fas r.ad So Vrralet
The jury In the ease against Charles Mc
Ir.th, charged with holding up a street
ar in South Omaha, failed to reach a ver
'let and was discharged about 1:30 yea
erday morning by Judge Sutton. The Jury
iad been out since about 4) o'clock Monday
l!lrnoun. inu u is ntiu m nave siooa
io C and ( to 4' for acquittal at different
kicOrath was identified by the motorman
u whom he pulled his gun and by tbe con-
iuctor. Ha put witnesses On the stand In
v's defense to show h was at his roqm In
ed when the holdup occurred. The state
ittackad his alibi by testimony from Chief
Brings and Officer Turnqulst of the South
1 JK30ANDEIS.. JJorailMDEIS.
- w. www mvmtiiri'm ' g-- - fife
Oiqs fjrea, wUo declared lasy had sen
Shirt Waists and Jacket Suits
At Greet. Reduced Price.
Thursday we will assemble hundreds of
smart Shirt Waist Suits, made of silks In
latest shades and patterns, including greys
and popular checks and plaids, short sleeves
and all the very latest features.
Silk Shirt Waists nd Jacket
Suits, th&t sold up Q Qfl
to $17.50 will go at J JO
Silk Shirt Waists and Jacket
Suits that sold up f A Q C
to $30, will go at I4r.0J
PRINCE CHAP SUITS
tWintieSt white wash Suits of the season.
Prettily embroidered effects, I no A flO
two specials V0-0.V0
Ladies' Dainty Shirt Waists
now the ratte . elbow
Elahorate effects In ladles'
wtute wa sts, at
t i I ery tow rates oi B -jr pATf n
I)k V f rr ff in effect from Jnly 10 to ll,to DeiiTer, M JSfS?uM w U
C(f&tli' V It DIDtvU Colorado Springs, Pneblo, and return. tj tSift ' ,. Vw . D
K T I Kfl to same poinU. Tickets on tale eery day V H L fTSi S i' H
i z- iiimt'". X2v
an ii in ill m y uizihii: i
Dotted Dress Swiss, white ground
with pln-heud dots, 15c Ji
value at. yard 5C
One Immenso lot remnants of India
I'innn, various grades, worth
to jt,c a yard, s
FULL SUIT AM) EXTRA
FOR THE PRICE OF UIT ALONE
IT'S Xieoll's way of keeping a largo
force of Tailors and Cutters busy
It's NicoH's way of clearing up the
surplus Btock at the end of a Uub'
WILLIAM J ERR EMS' SOWS.
MeGrath on the street shortly before the
This Is the second holdup rase In which
a disagreement has resulted from alibi tes
timony, the first one being that of George
W. Lawrence, charged with holding up the
drug store of H. L. Tlnkham at Thirty
third and Cuming streets. Both MoGrath
and Lawrence will be tried acaln.
To Clear Lake and Retarn,
The Chicago Great Western railway will
run an excursion to Clear iAlce. Ia., Satur
day, July H. Trains will leave Omaha at
7: a. m. and 8:30 p. in. A tourist eleener
ill Ve handled In the 8;S0 p. m. train.
On the return trip It will b run In the
train leaving Mason City at 2.S6 a. m., July
16. Tickets also good returning on all rear-
ular trains. Monday. July 16. For further
Information apply to H. H. Churchill, G. A.,
lfU Far nam street. Omaha. Neb.
Ft ski as sad fiBplii Rates t. Madl.
Ml Lake, Watervill. ead El rata a,
Mlaa., Tts Chirac Great
For parties of tea or more, on. far. end
ons-third for ths round trip, good for tea
days. Tickets on sat. daily until Sep.
tember 10. For further Information apply
to IL H. Churchill, O. A., 1MJ Farnam St.
yjf OVER SIXTY YEARS.
Oldand Well-Tried Remedy
MRS, WINfLOW'SBOOTHINO SVU
kaabranuforoer SIXTY YKAhS by XjU Iova
of M01 HtHSf.irtholrt'BilJ'hEii WtnftTKKItl.
1SC,. WITH fKH r tx T bl't'CKos . It rrBJa ths
CHILD. Kf.KTt tha 61'Mii. ALLAYS ail f AJNi
rt'h -4 WlD fOUil, and la tha bast raiuadr tot
I.UKKHlEA Sold br tiruaxiau la a rar pait U
iija acil, Ba aura and sa fur
MRS. W1NSL0W8 SOOTHING SYRUP.
A Ni TABS MO OTELKA ft I HD. 1
Issajaj-i Issa It tuio.
I I I sV u KS a
Hope You Enjoyed The
Opci Thursday 7:45 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Store Closes Every Evening cept
Saturday at 5
Watch This Space Tonight
and Friday Morning
$ In the Rockies. The air ia pure without if H UJ vhrV
i undue moisture. There is no excessive 1 1 B rf (J ,
M heat in summer. There re no continuous I J B p ? W .
saturating rainfalls. I 1 f 'J
IN COLORADO Vrlvl
the summer nights are invariably cool, in- j JV M
I5J ducing rest and refreshing sleep. f jJy.
Mit Gases W$m
$ s if r
We have placed on special gale this
week a full Cowhide Leather Suit
Case, size 24 inches, linen lined, with
shirt folder, heavy steel frame, brass
lock and bolts, it is reg
ularly priced at $7.60,
but marked down
special this week at...,
on all Suit Casea and Traveling
Bags this month.
(tee our Una of Japanese Matting
guit Cases. Just the thing for hot
weather. We are closing them out at
We carry everything In Traveling
Bags, Trunks end Sample Cases
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY
Salesroom and Factory,
1200 F arn a m St., Omaha, Neb.
The barefoot sandal season Is here.
This Is the popular shoe for summer
wear. Just what you want to rest
your tired feet. Cool and comfortable
genuine welt soles, with no heels to
hurt the feet. Uppers made of genuine
Russia calf black and tan colors.
From Infants' to men's sizes.
Child's sises. 5 to 8. W
Child's slses. to U 1M
Misses' slsea. li to S.. ' B
Women's slses, S to 8
Men's sties. 8 to 11 -
These sandals are made to wear.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1119 Farmm Street.
Your Money Worth
THE OMAHA DEE
Best tl". West
$7.50 CASE $5.00 II U months for btorzl I
IB . . .... II ft I v..w. wU... ...vK m in
M Cue, nw Si incwi,Unen iinra, wua I w i and agreeeble to the I I D
" . : I r i mum. uaiivaiQ Biuiiitu n. i in
STA14PS CYLRT Tll!E
ItHr to go from the
kettle to you. It is thus
and agreeable to the
most delicate stomach.
To thus lager (or age)
our beer is very twstly,
but It fclves to Storz
Uexr that delicious, pal
atable flavor that so
distinguishes it, and
that's why so many
recommend Storz Beer.
It you drink beer, get
the best. Order Ktorj
lieer. It costs you no
more. Have a case sent
Ston Brewing Co
Those sufferlns rrooi weak
nesses wbioh aap the pleasures
of life should take Juven Fills.
One ti will tell a storr of
marvelous results. This medicine hsa more
rejurenating, vitaJiiinf force than bas ever
before been offnrea. toent post-paid in plain
package only on receipt of this adv. and 11.
Made by Us origUisuir C. 1. Hood Co.. pro.
retors ilocxl a aaritaparUla. Lioweu. olakS.
For ObatlnaS. Cuoatlpatli
Stomaah. Stck Headae
r a as, lsauawa. Insomnia, Jaundloa, Torpid
LiysT. Try one. Ibo par bottle, postpaid.
SHERMAN & McCGNNELL DRUG CO
Co rear Uth and Dedg. Its.
This magnlflcaot beta) has 800 beau
tiful rooms and la locatad at 11th and
Uodai atraaaa In tha ihonn eiimtrt
tmir nsuz a Morjt rroro th. Usnory,
Bird. Tharar dry goods store) uu aJJ
MS rrrsate Saras.
M aad CsM BMlaa
Water Is Svsry ttmm. CarscsUad Cale. Perfect
Castae. dak Isrsklaats aas TsMt geBstt Stay
ears serve, a, Caaa. Bates II a sy sad Usui it
Reservwtlons may ba mad. bf tala
arrapb at our .afjens.
KUPPKR . BENSON HOTEL CO.
r. AV. SCIIOH, BfaaiaaresL
IS Itoer to go from the I I n
i kettle to you. It is thus f 1 IH
II W 1 rhntAiierk1v tn D i n a rl I I IB
C?U nil I I j To thus lager (or age) I 1 IH
slil-IJIJ 1 1 I our beer Is very costly. I I ID
f:.lS...y?2lH 1 13 N EM
Stupendous Bargains Await You
THE RELIABLE STRE
T0DHY THE EIGHTH DAY OF THE
Great Water Damage Sale
Many Lines Never iWoro Shown, Brought For-
ward i:.jtorialljr for This
Ever Before Shown in Omaha
Many of the best bargains still remain to be shown, for
so immense was our stock that it was an impossibility to
sh ow but a limited number of lines u to the present
Do Not Neglect This Golden Oppor
tunity for Bargain Getting
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