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TITE OMAJIA' DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, .TULY 10. 100(5.
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SPECIALS IN OUR GRAND
ALL SUMMER. GOODS MUST GO AT
ONCE REGARDLESS OF COST
Morn grond bargains brought forward every day of this
great sale. All goods that are seasonable now must be sold
at once. Thousands of extra bargains.
75c Mercerized Table Damask 25c Yd
Fine new lot highly mercerized table damask ,
worth up to 7")C off the bolt, thousands of
yards in desirable lengths for Tuesday,
at, per yard
25c Grecian Voiles, 6ic Yard I 15c Dress Ginghams 5c Yard
Long useful lengths fine quality
dress ginghams all good styles
Llht and dark grounds, figured,
floral and dotted effects, 25c
yard the regular price,
UearlnK Bale price,
sale price, per
40 Inch India Linon at 5c Yard One big bargain square
of fine white India liuon, Victoria lawn and Fk
fancy striped while material, values y f
up to l.V yard, at, per yard
$3 and $3.50
ON SALE IN BASEMENT.
All our $3.50 pure silk waists in black, white
and colors all sizes, many are silk corded
or pleated, and soini1 are lace trimmed
on sale in our basement Tuesday, at
$1 aivd $1.50 Silks at 35c Yd
laneias, plain (.neth.s turn jjhuus, jinu j L"
soies, peau de cygnes, foulards all new J' Lri
designs for entire dresses or waists
Tuesday Special A 50c Black Taffeta
24 inches wide on Bale at,
EVERY PUFF A DELIGHT WHEN IT'S A
QUALITY TILK BEST. ALWAV8 liMFOKM
P. R. Rice Mercantile Cigar Co., Manufacturers, St. Louis, Mo.
BURLINGTON CUT NOT MET
Eeduction in Grain Eate i TJnapproacbed
as Yet by Competitor.
MISSOURI PACIFIC TACKS ON A PROVISO
Uprnliat Department Will Tar Half
Out fur Movement at Time
.' mt ttervle and Not on
Kir Tatar Grain.
No mova has a yet been made by any
other road to meet the cm of the Burling
ton of J cents per hundred on grain from
Xebianka points to On'aha. The Union Pa
cific aaid It will waiting to see the tariff
and If it waa as announced there would
be nothing else for that road to do but
meet the rate.
The Missouri Farlflc, which announced a
redurtion In the rate to southern points
of Ih cents, also tacked a proviso on the
end of Jhe announcement that "when neces
sary to make tranxfor from car to car
actual cost for this service with maximum
of i cent per Vi pounds will be absorbed
or paid by this company." This Is taken
to mean that the operating department
will .pay rent for actual movement at
the time of service and not on grain which
goes Into elevators and lays there. On
the other hand, It Is looked upon aa an
additional cut In the rate, making tha cut
on grain to tha south 1 cents this on tha
ground that all grain would be transferred
or elevated at St. Joseph or some other
Pass rinnse of Rata Bill.
Tha pass clause In the new rate bill Is
causing all sorts of trouble. Many classes
of Individuals who have enjoyed passes
have not been Included In the list of those
entitled to the privileges, and these have
been making themselves heard on all aides.
Members of the house took the position
from tha start that the aenato had opened
us tha question of passes and they de
clined to Interfere or to aid In any way in
fixing a solution, leaving tha matter en
tirely in the hands of the senate. Members
of tha house do not regard the prohibitions
of tha section as very harsh and think the
railroads will be able to do about as they
please In tha matter of Issuing free trans
portation. Under tha new law officers of railroad
labor organisation are deprived of free
transportation, which they have heretofore
enjoyed. There are fiva railroad labor or-
A 6 kin of Beauty U m Joy Forever.
DR. T. Foils Ooursud's Oriental
- Creem or Magioal Beeutifler.
a Mta Pumc
ft4 rmry eituui
- 1-W MU,
a kMvar. tu4 a
mm dotation. It
to to b&rauMt f
It properly a.6a
frM ttf aiaiLAl
lufti. Dr. L. A,
tii kl to t
Uif af u. kn
ta ia aiicnr:
"At Tra UdiM
0ra4' Cfmm9 m th UM kattrnful of ti
Gmodt SjwmkW m t-fc VaWU4 l I , Cn s.l mm Suti
ganlzatlons the Brotherhood of locomo
tive Knuineers, the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Firemen, Railroad Trainmen. Ordrr of
Railroad Conductors and Order of Railroad
Telegraphers. Grand Chief Stone of the
engineers' brotherhood says: "A conserva
tive estimate as to the amotmt of fare we
will have to pay after January 1, 19'rT. when
the law goes Into operation, would be 15,000
for each organisation, making a total of
$25.0iO from our officers while on official
I'nlon Rtatlon Matter.
The committee of engineers and superin
tendents, to which was referred the matter
of the changes at Union station, met In
Superintendent Farks- office at 10 o'clock
Monday to consider the plans which had
been prepared for the changes. The com
mittee reported progress and will hold an
other meeting scon. The plans contem
plate the addition of seven passenger tracks
and the extenrilon of tha sheds to cover
these. An emigrant station also Is n con
templation, as well aa a separate shed for
the handling of the milk and cream supply
which has grown to such enormous propor
tions. Sioux City Commercial Men.
Representatives of the Commercial club
of Floux City called on the Burlington of
flcialri In Chicago Saturday and had a
promise of a tariff on merchandise which
will be entirely satisfactory to that city
and at the same time will give no(offense
to the Omaha Jobbers. The new tariff
was asked because of the new Ashland
cut-off, which thows open new territory
to the Jobbers of Sioux City. They were
given the same rates as Omaha Jobbers
Into certain Burlington territory, which
will enlarge tha scope of their business
Just that much.
Railway Notea aad Personals.
C. K. Knens has returned from Chicago,
C. -J. Mlley. trainmaster of the North
western in western lowa, is in uie my.
W. H. Brill, division passenger agent
of the Illinois Central at 1st. Louis, Is In
The Ureat Western Is the first Omaha
road to announce a popular excursion rate
to a summer resort this year. . That road
will put In a special rate to Clear I.hko
and return July 14, a distance of over
400 miles, for $3 for the round trip. Tho
trains will leave Omaha July 14 at i:4.-
a. in. and 8:30 p. in., and tickets will ba
good on any train leaving Clear Luke
Monday. Tna night Irani out of Omaha
will have a tourist sleeper which will
leave Clear Lake, returning Sunday night.
Flsnlae; and ( Ralea to Clear
Lake, la.. Via Chicago Great
For parties of ten or more one fara and
one-third for the round trip, good for ten
days. Tickets on sale d.Ally until Beptem.
ber JO. For further Information apply to
1L H. Churchill, Q. A.. 15U Karnam St.
The following births and deaths have been
reported to the Board of Health during
tha forty-eight hours ending at noon Mon
day: Birthe-J. F. Shelley. tn North Twenty
fourth, boy; R. T. Church). 1&1& Douglas,
boy; George Silver, 41M1 Krskine. bov; Jo
seph Ma honey, 1U Oak, boy; Feler oielso,
1211 Pierce, boy.
Deaths W. B. Jacobs, 150t Blnney, 47;
Edgar Morphy, 1P Sotitb Tenth. 17; Louise
Pauiaou. near Kuirri park, 1 months:
Jacobins Selchniann, 2822 Farnam, M; Grace
Whitehead. S& GMuit, 1.
The rity has Issued building permits as
follows: Chris Jensen. t.tx triple brick
dwelling at 14U7-11 Chicago; Qua Anderson
H.fcw frame dwelling at i'i California.
Starling BUYtr-iTtnaer, bin gad Dodge.
All Tan Shoes j
on bale at
are rinsing them oof, and
all nnr men's, women's, mlaseV
rhiMrrn'e. and boys' tan shoos and
oxfords in this snrrlnl sale.
Clopp's Russia Calf Oxfords, regu
lar price $5,511, 8nle do
Clasp's Imported Russia Calf Ox
fords, regular price $6, A fA
sale price i3v
Ilnnnn's Russia Calf Oxfords, ren
ular price Jn.OO, sale t HC
Iloydon's Russia Calf Oxfords,
, regular price $5.00, O "?P
sale price 0l u
Russia Calf Rlucher Oxfords, reg
ular price $3. Bo, a nr
sale price Ulw
Hanan's Imported Russia Calf and
dark tan kid oxfords, regular
price $4.50, sale
Zelgler Bros.' Russia Calf Oxfords,
' regtilnr price $4.00,
l'iinoili-41 Russia Calf Oxfords, reg
ular price $4.00,
Dark Tan kid Button Oxfords,
if irular price $3.50, (I PA
sale price J . . uoJ
Dark Tan Kid Oxfords, regular
price $3.00, sale
!i(M pairs Women's shoes, broken
Bizes, $3.50 to $5.00 7Cf
values at .DC
1IOO pairs Women's Black Oxfords,
broken sizes, $2.50 and CA
$4.00 values, at DUC
300 pairs Misses' and Children's
shoes, broken sizes of our best
makes, worth up to $2.50, rn.
sale price DUC
We do not change, exchange or
refund money on these shoes.
OMAHA WKATHKH I'OHU'AST .Monday Fair.
Drexel Slwe (V
m - ' n v mm. w w m v
B 1419 rarnam Street.
SPECIAL $7,50 CASE 55.00
We have placed on i pedal sale this
week a full Cowhide Leather Suit
Case, siie 24 Inches, linen lined, with
shirt folder, heavy steel frame, bras
hick ana cons, it is reg
ularly priced at $7.60,
but markrd down
special this week at....
on all Suit Cases and Traveling
Bags this month.
Bee our line of Japanese Matting
Suit Cases, Just the thing for hot
weather We are closing them out at
We carry everything in Traveling
Bags, Trucks and Sample Cases
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY
Salesroom and Factory,
1200 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
STORZ MALT EX
TRACT la a dell
clous non-alcoholic li
quid food and tonic,
comprised of malted
barley and Bohemian
hops. It Is the great
est flesh builder and
nerve food known to
medical science. If you
feel languid, run down,
nervous, or suffer from
Indigestion. Sum Malt
Extract will make you
robust and well. Write
for our beautiful illus
trated booklet. It con
tains endorsements from
the greatest physicians
in the west, and tells
why Stor Malt Extract
will help you.
Stori Malt Extract
Dep't, Omaha, D5
ijji. , ii v 9ar. '
For sale by an leading druggists.
The Rexall Remedies
We are today placing on sale for thi
first time In Omaha tha famous Una of
These goods are the products of the
UNITED DRUG CO. OF BOSTON, and
comprise a Una of Family Medicines and
Toilet Articles of undoubted yurlty and
high merit. Th. Rexall Remedies are
sold In all tha states having Pure Food
and Medicine lawi and In no lnsianc.
has any modification In formula baea
Any article of tha R.xall Una of Medi
cines purchased of ua may bo obtained of
the leading druggist In any principal city
of the United States.
Sherman & McGonnsIl Drug Co.
Gorm.r 1ft aa4 Sedge,
1 T " T "GiTv
CEEEN TRADIKS STAMPS EVERT TIME
VVe close promptly every even
ing, except Saturday, al 5 o'clock
during July and August.
KEEP IT IN MIND!
The Sunday Bee
Frame especially made
lor Sunday Picture a
black oak moulding and
BRING PICTURE Art Section, 2nd
Bennett's Big Grocery
TEAS! TEAS! TEAS!
Best Quality at Lowest Prices
Baskot. flrpd Japan tea, per
And 20 Green TrRdinR Stamps.
Basket fired Japan tea. per
And 30 Green Trading Stamps.
Basket fired Japan tea. per
And 40 Green Trading Stamps.
: I mm a. n " . t -v t
Worcester Table Salt, two
And 10 Green Trading Stamps.
Bayles' Cyclone Relish,
And Five Green Trading Stamps
IMH'ltl.K GHF.KX TKAIUXO
STAMPS OX A 1.1. Sl'lCKS
Bennett's Bargain soap, ten
New York full cream cheese,
And 30 Green Trading Stamps
Diamond S salad dressing,
pint bottle 2.c
And 10 Green Trading Stamps
Bayles' Yum Yum Pickles,
And 10 Green Trading Stamps.
Royal Peanut Butter, -pound
, Jar 18c
And 10 Green Trading Stamps.
A jv HI)
One and a quarter million acres to be
opened to settlement on the
Dates of registration July 16th to 31st.
Less than one fare for the round trip,
daily July 12th to 29th via
Round trip from Omaha,
.00 over the only all rail route
from Omaha to Shoshoni,
Wy o. , the reservation border.
GEO. F. WEST, Gensral Agent,
Chicago & North-Western Ry. Omaha, Neb.,
Pleas send to my address pamphlets, maps and Infor
mation concerning the opening of tha Shoshone or Wind
River reservation to settlement.
(Cat sut this Coupon
BEST BARGAIN WEEK OF ALL IN THE
GREAT WATER DAMAGE SALE
at 5 P. M.
Great Half Price
High Grade Wash Goods
Everything must go in high
grade Wash Goods.
All the poods that were not
damaged will at exactly half
price Organdifa, Dress (Jiug
hains. Sateens. Printed Serges,
Batiste everything will bo
Exactly Half Price
THE RELIABLE STARE
White Goods, Dress L:nens
Swisses, India Linons , Per
sian Lawns, French Lawns,
Nainsooks, plain whitt? Irish
Dimities, fine underwear Cam
brics, etc. All on our shelves
(nothing reserved) will go at
Wool Dress Goods
All our high prade wool dress goods, no matter what they sold at bwfora
the damaRe. Including broadcloths, pmnelllas. henrlettns, eoliennes, mohairs,
etc. Xot a danrged spot on them. Not a yard reserved. EverjtthlnK will KO
Half the Marked Price
FOLLOW THI "LAO."
WABASH CITT OFFICE.
1001 Farnam fit.
HARRY E. MOORE8, O. A. P. D.,
Omaha, . . . Nebraaka
IT'S A GOOD THING
THIS offer of ours to Include an eitra
pair of Trousers with every suit
order during July.
It cleans up our surplus stock and
saves you the price of the Trousers.
WILLIAM JERREMS' SONS.
600-211 So. 10Lh StrMb
SCHOOLS ASU COLLEGES.
Western Military Academy
Upper Alton. Illinois
28th year. Idea' location near St. Louii. Six modern buildingt in beiuti
ful park. Thre4 firt-proof barracks. Large drill hall, with gymnaiium
and bowling allryt. Strong faculty of 16. Army officer and military eauipmrnt
furnishd by War Dept. Tuition $450. Capacity 150. Wailing lnt laM year.
Immediate application advinblc for boyt of good character above 6th grade.
COL. ALBERT M. JACKSON. A. M.. Superintendent
Lindenwood College for Womes
Diamond Jubllaa Collrica of tha West. Academic, fcemlnary and Colleca Couraaau
Uualc, Klocuuon. Art anJ Domptlc Economy. I'hyairal and blralegi.- Ixxaiion.
Accaaalbllity to a great city, helect paironaxR. Limited nimiix'r of hoarders. Kvary
room taken during laat achool year. B autlful location. Klaotrlo cars to St. X,oula.
Catalocue on applicatloa. Oaofa fradario Airea. Va. B4 rras.
alii ilWlltHVI .$
Iataaua, Ma. OMaH aa4 LareaM kfutu.ry
i-ibii u,4 Xndia Wait. CatM A'a raont
( tx war Min. ar le la o. e
Bargains in Infants'
A more complete Infants'
Department than ours it
would lie difficult to find,
hut in the rush of business
it was found impossible to
display these goods until
Every manner of Infants'
Garments, all sizes, all qual
ities Dresses, Underwear,
Hosiery, etc., now on dis
play at Stupendous
Don't Miss These
We had in stock at the
time of the fire an immense
line of ladies' high prade
Undergarments. The boxes
containing these goods got
rct, but the garments
Two Special Items
Ladies' Imported Kayser
Vests and Pants or Union
Suits, Swiss ribbed, in ilk
and wool, plain or vega silk
or all wool. Garments that
sold up to $5.00 in three
great lots at 98c, $1.50 and
Ladies' Pure Lisle or Silk
and Lisle Vests of extra
fine quality, worth up to
$1.50 choice 50c.
Carpet, Rug and Drapery
values the greatest ever,
known. Don't miss them.
Supply your Furniture
needs now. Prices mean a
Our Telephone Number is now
In phoning please call the number and ask for depart
THE BIG STORE GROCERY PRICES
Iad them all for the Highest Quality, Freshest Goods .and Lowest Price".
21 pounds best Pure Cane Granulated Sugar for... , fl.00
7 pounds best Hand Picked Navy Beans 25c
Bromangelon, Jell-O or Jellycon, per package 7Mc
Castile Soap, per rake 2Hc
Tar Soap, per cake 2Hc
1 -pound cans assorted Soups i 5c
1-pound flat cans fancy Alaska Salmon 10c
5-pound palls Pure Fruit Jelly 15o
Large Bottles assorted Pickles 8 l-8o
1 pound cans Condensed Cream 8 l-3o
Large bottles Worcester Sauce 8 l-8c
1-pound package Macaroni 8 l-8c
Magnetic Cold Water Starch, per package 4c
TT O f nAH n..n,t Km
Fancy B. F. Japan or Sun Dried Japan Tea, per pound .25c N 'f
Choice Tea Sittings, per pound 12 Ue f" y
FRUITr CHKKHE AND Bl'TTKR SPKCIALS.
Large juicy Lemons, per dozen 15a
Large ripe Bananas, per dozen . . . .120
Two measures Fresh Roasted Peanuts 5e
Large baskets fancy Arkansas Peaches ..25c
Fancy Separator Creamery Butter, per pound 21c
Fancy New York White Full Cream Cheese, per pound 10c
l.et a hrlck nf nnr fanioua Wnlprlnn loo fmam
A free sample of Wild Cherry Phorphate or Root Beer iGrocery Dept. , ?S
IeaTing Omaha July 16th (Monday) 4:00 p. m.
v Arrive lenver July 17th (Tuesday) 7:50 a. m.
This train will be equipped with Pullman Palace
sleeping tars, Pullman Tourist sleeping cars,
Buffet Smoking and Library cars, free
Recllnlng-Chair cars and Dining
cars meals a la carte.
a c i f I c
Tickets on sale July 10th to ICth at
$15.00 for the ROUND TRIP
CITY TICK FT OFFICE. 1324 FARNAM STREET
'Phone Douglas 834.
-jc?. TAKE ONE A
of our oiifnir 6oon witrynu whil you go on yojr va
cation for tha frtrnda you vlalt thla aunitiic-r. It ua e I
f that your watch la all right too. Look for tha Naina.
V V r
5. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
1S1A Ioujlas Bt.
ALLEIi'S FOOT-EASE cjw fsre.
A CactalM Cr Iw Tlra., Hot, Ac hi a Faat VWaVWAXd Atom,
DO NOT ACOEP T A SUB9TITUTK mrmjwma.
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