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THE OMAHA. DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1906.
Great Water Damage Sale
-OMAHA WEATHER FOKrCAST Thursday Fair
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Welcome B. Y. P. U.
We extend a cordial welcome to all strangers In
Omaha. Make yourselves completely at home in our Great
Store. We will gladly render you any service in our
Three Big Sales Next
A grand opportunity to out-of-town visitors
taking advantage ot low rates into
Omaha this week
GRAND CLEARING SALE
OF ALL OUR FINEST
Ladies' Suits at $5
Positively Worth Up to $30
An immense assortment of newest styles and colors in Tailored Suits,
Swagger, Eton and Pony Btyles, made of fine Mohairs, Panamas and
Broadcloths All popular snarjea Also wnite Monairs
Silk Shirt Waist Suits and Jacket Suits have
been selling up to $30 each,
ON SALE SATURDAY
White Canvas Button
We have taken all of our Misses'
and Children's White Canvas But
ton 6hoe's Genuine Welt Sole and
marked them one price,
$1.00 Per Pair
$1 and $1.50 Silks
Fine Taffetas, plain checks and plaids Peau de Soles, jngr
. Peau de Cygne and Foulards genuine $1 At f
and $1.60, at yard. U jl f
ON SALE SATURDAY
Mlws' size. 11 H to
Child's size. 8H to 11
All of our Misses' $2.2 5 Tan
Button Shoes, sizes, G4 f"A
. im to 2 $l.3u
All Children's $1.76 Tan Buttan
sizes. 11 H frf ar
s to ii $liO
Misses' $2.50 Russia Calf Oxfords,
Children's $1.75 Russia Calf Ox
8 H to 11
" 25 DISCOUNT
on all of our Men's and Women's ,
Tan Shoes and Oxfords.
Drexel Shoe Co.
(419 Farnam Street.
IT'S A GOOD THING
THIS offer of ours to include an extra
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.
209-211 So. 15th Street.
Men's $1 and $1.50
Skirts at 50c
All newest patterns in Summer Negligee Shirts, neat,
light and dark patterns with or without
collar attached worth up to $1.50,
ON SALE SATURDAY
KILLS BED BUGS,
KILLS ALL INSECTS,
HAS NO ODOR
Does Not Burn or Explode
Kills the Eggs. Too.- See the Point T
"GREEN rCIGCN" is easily applied
with brush or feather. A 25-ceat bot
tle of "GREEN POISON" from your
druggist will kill a million bugs.
UNION PAr'FIC MEETS CUT
Earriman Boad Adopts Eeduotion on Grain
Made bj Burlinrton.
HILL LINE WILL MAKE ANOTHER SLASH
' " .'
Itat Mar la Ulvra Great Impetus
aae Promises to lavolie
All tha Nebraska,
The rata war on grain from Nebraska
points to Omaha Is on In full blast and It
will now ba a question which ruud, the
Union Facifio or tha Hurllnton, wlil have
to weaken first In the cutting- which is now
At Kansas City Tuesday the Union Pa
cific announard that It would meet the cut
of l1 cents made by tha Burlington. This
leaves the rates the fame for both roads,
with Jhe' Union Pacific paying elevation of
1V4 cents per hundred at Omaha, Soutii
Omaha. Council Bluffs and Kansas City,
which tha other roads do not pay and
which gives the . Vnlon Pacific Just that
much advantage from common points and
forces tha other .roads -to meet the favor
In some manner, and s-s they stand against
the payment of elevation they must mtet
the situation by cutting tha rate.
Tha Burlington officials say If this cut is
made as .announced by the Union Pacific
the PurllnKtorj wlil be forced to meet the
situation by making a further reduction of
cents per hundred. No other road has
taken a hand In this ffght except the Bur
lington and the Union Pacific, but others
will be compelled to trail along and reduce
the rates If they wish to get any of the
business which la sura to go to the road
giving the lowest rate.
Before tha rat.
Before any cut was made the rate from
Columbus to Omaha was 13 rents on wheat
and IS cents on corn, with the Union Pacific
paying elevation . to two elevator the
Omaha Elevator company and the Trans-
miaslsorppl company. The first movi was
made by the Union Pacific, which an
nounced and published that It would pay
elevation charges to all roads performing
the service. The Burlington than an
nounced it would cut the rata 1 cents,
which would make 10; cents on wheat and
t cents on corn from Columbus, a com
mon point. The Union Pacific has now met
this rate and Is still paying elevation, so
when the Burlington makes tha next move,
as it says it will, the rate will be 9 cents
on wheat and "H cents on corn from Co
lumbus to Omaha.
Union Pacific officials In Omaha had re
ceived - no confirmation of tha reduction
which was made at Kansas City. The rata
probably was put in by the Kansas City
representative at the instance of Mr.
A meeting is now being held at Kansas
City of the Trsnsmissourl Freight associa
tion, Mr. Montmorency representing the
Burlington and Howard Bruner tha Union
Pacific. The object of the meeting is to
check over tha grain situation.
Other roads running from tha state to the
Missouri river have made no move in tha
grain rate war. They have made no an
nouncement of what they Intend -to do.
Many common points exist In Nebraska
and the other roads will have to make
pome move or lose the business. Assistant
Freight Agent Jones of the Northwestern
"We have made no move and have re
ceived no advices from Chicago. Our only
course Is to sit back and await develop
ments." The fight comes at a time whan little
grain Is moving from Nebraska and all
hoje to have the matter settled before tha
time for the heavy movement In the fall.
The date on which tha Union Pacific cut
will go Into effect Is not known.
The Rock island has taken a step In tha
grain war by announcing a reduction In
the grain rates from Kansas and Colorado
points to Missouri river points.
SPECIAL $7,50 CASE 55.00
We have placed on upeclal sale this
week a full Cowhide Leather Suit
Case, slse 24 inches, linen lined, With
shirt folder, heavy 'steel frame, brass
lorK ana oous. u is reg
ularly priced at $7.60,
but marked down
special this week at....
on all Suit Cases and Traveling
Bags this month.
Sea our Una of Japanese Matting
Suit Cases, 'Just tha thing for hot
weather. Wa are closing them out at
We carry everything In Traveling
Bags, Trunks and Sample Cases
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY
Salesroom and Factory,
1209 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
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(SEEN TRACKS SHUTS EVE1T T115E
Close Every Evening 'cept Saturday at 5
Visiting Baptists and Their Friends
Are Heartily Welcomed at Our Store.
Hake Yourselves at Home.
Crockery aid Glassware
Two hundred dozen Tumblers, nice clear crystal table
goods, regular fifty-cent value Thursday
one doren to a customer
English Hock Teapots greatest of all Teapot Salea
finest Knglish rock quality will positively
withstand heat neat shapes and decoration
prices, according to sle, ROc, 45c, 88c, 29c and
A NOVELTY IN GLASS
See the new Flower Holder looks like a big paper weight place It
in bottom of bowl and stick flowers into its per
forationsit's the slickest decorative novelty
in glassware to date three slzs 50c, 85c
LtlDEM I1T BFtrHDID BIO Tat,
VE1 UT rEST, HEW GROCERIES
A gkln of Beauty la a Joy Forever.
DR. T. Fella Oouraud'a Orlantal
Craem or Magloal Beautiftar.
f rawtuttt UZ PalClMaV
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B.amc Dr. JL A-
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At fun imdim
MVS artMrMkisjl.11 1 taW by U drttAH Mai Facy
intA iW r l tlM ifaUlW b4a4M, C-a- a4 Xvcvp
fUaT.isrUS, Prtf, 17 GVul Josaj Slra
WORKMAN FRACTURES SKULL
Man Kmalnrrd Xeir Braadrla
Bolldlaa Kails and Mar
Sot I tr.
Charles Laschnrr, a workman on tha
Brsndeis building, fell from ons of tha
girders on which he. was stsndtng about
U SO Wednesday forenoon and fractured his
skull. Ha was taken to the Omaha Gen
eral hospital. Dr. Weama. who was called,
declared the Injury waa very serious and
ha was unable to say whether Laaschner
would recover or sot.
Ieasrhner lives at Twenty-third and
Salt for riaaaa.
Prank O. Bvans has begun replevin pro
cwdinsl in lilolriit court agilnvt Michael
J. IVinnelly. receiver of the Perrteld Piano
company 10 tie I possession of seventeen
pianos, worth $il.Qn. that were In the hands
of Mr I'erneld iin his company went
Into the bands of a receiver. .
STORZ BEER won
Highest Award at
Lincoln State Fair, 1893.
Highest Awurd and
Gold Medal at Trans
Omaha, 1898.- Highest
Award and Gold Medal
at Lewis and Clark Cen
Portland. Ore., 1905.
This, when In competi
tion with the renowned
beers of the world, and
when Judged by a Jury
of the most critical ex
perts. No other beer
has had higherendorse
merit. Prink Stori Deer
for your hcalth'a sake.
Keep a cane in your
home. Store ltrewlng
Co., Omaha. Bl
Basket Fired Jnpan Tens, lb 480
And thirty gri-'n trading stamps.
. Bennett's Breakfast
fonVe, 2-lh.can. .480
And thirty ' green
Pickling 8plce, whole,
And ten green trad
Navy Beans, hsn
picked, six lbs.. 85o
Japan Rice, 2 lbs 14o
And ten green trad
B e n n e t t's Capitol
Baking Powder, lb.
And twenty green trading stamps.
Ginger Ale Special Bottle 10c, p-r
New York full cream Cheese, lb..90o
And thirty green trading stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Lemon Extract,
And twenty green trading stamp.
California Lemons, dozen 80o
Oil Sardines, can ...... , 3o
Baked BeHtiS, ran . 4o
Table Syrup, 2H-lb. can'.. .10o
Ripe Olives, bottle 100
Castile 8oap, cake 8lto
Sour Pickles, quart ' 100
And ten green , trading stamps.
Writing Paper Worth 35c,
joa. 750, .ad
One and a quarter million acres to be
opened to settlement on the
SHOSHONE RESERVATION ,
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,
Wyo. , the resef vation border.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Beat Farm Paper. Sl.OO a Year.
Address, Osaaha, Nek.
GEO. F. WEST, General Agsnt,
Chlcaja Ii North-Wettera Ry. Omaha, Nab.,
'Please send to my address pamphlets, maps and In for
mation concerning the opening- of the Shoshone or Wind
River reservation to settlement.
(Cut est this Coesen)
You 11 Need It
when you are away this summer. We mean one of
our Fountain Pens, with one of our patent lips, ton
c arv't lose It. You'll finri it a very useful article. We
have them for fl.25. $1 60. f2.fif), ft ot) and fu.UU.
jk ok for the name.
5. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
lBia Douglas at.
Buy Your Kodak Here
UUY fill ft
Here you are sure of right
treatment, highest grade
goods and lowest prices.
Expert kodak advice thrown
S. E. Cor. Main Floor.
KVEKV PUFF A DELIGHT WHKX IT'S A
QlAUTV THK llESiT. AUVAlb IMtoUM
P. R. Rice Mercantile Cigar Co., Manufacturers, be Louis, Mo.
YOUR BOY'S FUTURE
ap4 UrslT ea tbe trsntlos as reoetma Mna
la. urn oi li ssS M hovbm us se rci r
kHtlf trftUllSt lot th. fr puMlbllltlw of BU.
ko4 ttua t the K.ARMV M1LITAHV
ACADLNI. Umloul ot ! u4 Ik -If,
.it-resmlat ssd lat(lu st its sutaiai . ao
acf. 1'no.plet Mlle srsmtttrySMaul lmie
lus mliurr tmcuc. UAnMUoo saS StsoMtlisa
thorough tkoasS w4 AthlMloa, ,ua Mt
bd uuilM asalterf ooDSUIoas. Wrli for C.t.
Iuus A. aemn.r ItlUUry aeteaf. kwiw, it.e,
BRQWIIELL HALL, OMAHA.;
THE RELIABLK STRK
at 5 p. m.
day at tO
h ni7iii i r rr f f f
h iviuinwae ot unmaicnaoie
Are displayed in the various departments throughout OUR
GREAT STORE. Words would fail to describe their great value.
You must see them to appreciate their surprising bargain worth.
Only a few items selected at random from various departments
can be mentioned here. Hundreds of other bargains just at good
and in many cases better are also displayed. -
Out of Town Customers and B. Y. P. U.
Visitors Should Take Advantage of These
The Best Bargains Yet In Our
Ladies' Suit Department
A throng of enthusiastic buyers took advantage of "Wednes
day's sprcial offerings. Hundreds of garments that were very
slightly damaged are brought forward for Thursday. Don't miss
these once-in-a-lifetime bargain chances.
Handsome Tailor Suits, $15 and $18
values, slightly dam- T AA
aged, choice Ji"
$20 and .925 Suits, In all colors and
black yo can't And a Q flf)
spot on them choice JiUU
$27.BO and $30 Sulfa, perfectly clean,
all' newest jityle", your ej CA
choice Thursday II
feo to $12. Suits in Thurs- "1 C flfl
day's sale, choice. ...... DtJU
$1 Pressing Sacquea Thurs- TO,
day at, choice. jJC
Women's $7.00 Wash SulU IQP
. Thursday .&,JO
Women'n $3 Lawn Walsta
Women's $15 CrnYenette at) ' A Q C
your choice "a
Women's $5 Walking Skirt. f CA
In this sale I.J V
Women's $3 Wash Suits
Women's $5 Silk rndrsklrt
SPECIAL MILLINERY BARGAINS
Thursday will be the greatest millinery bargain day.
ever known in Omaha. Our entire stock of millinery, many
of the hats fresh and new from our work rooms, some
slightly damaged, will be priced for quick clearance.
Lot 1 60 Trimmed Hats, en
tirely undamaged, worth $4.98
to $8, Thursday at,
Lot 2 100 Trimmed Hats, slight
ly damaged, worth regularly up
to $10. at. fQ
Lot 8 100 , Trimmed Hata
(slightly damaged) worth reg
ularly up to $6,
choice . . . .
Lot 4 Untrlmmed Shapes that
sold up o $4, your 4ft
choice Thursday. ...... f'C
Home School for Youns
Women. Academic and college
preparatory courses. C'enlft
iatc admits to Yasser. Welles-
ley, Mt. Holyoke Bniith, I'nlverslly of Nebraska, and University of Chicago. A siu
i.nt a.hn hntH. r.riiflrate of admission to the collean of arts, of Siteace. or of lit-
rmmra nf ih. i-nir.tfv of Nebraska is admitted to the Junior year of the Arademla
course without examination. Ksi-eutional advantages In Music, Art and Poniesile
Science. Well equipped fymnutum. Tennis, hockey a. id other field sports. Instruo
tors college rradustes of large teaching experience. Students mothered sympathet
ically by ezprrienced women who appreciate the needa of youruj womanhood.
Add-eas. M189 MACHAE. Principal.
mum me. iwiiui uifni suiuiy
bubouiiu use Muidie wm. CiM i brnoMt
iwn uss er it is d. a
musbma aaaa i
Lot 6 A great lot of Damaged Hats will be on sale on Bar
gala Square, 1st floor cf new building, at, choice. .........
COME KARLV AD SECURE FIRST CHOICE.
Oreatsst Clothing Values Ever Known
Our entire stock of Men's Suits must go. Most of our stock
was entirely undamaged, but everything will be sold at sweeping
$7.50 Men's Suits.'. $3.75 1$15.00 Men's Suits $7.50
$10.00 Men's Suits $5.00 $18 and $20 Men's Suits $10.00
Men's Outing Suits, worth $7.50 to $15, at. .$3.75, $5.00 and $7.5G
S V. '
25c and 50c Laundry Bags Thursday iocs
A complete line of Laundry Bags, entirely undamaged, all
colors, including our regular 25c and 50c lines, will be on'
sale at, choice 4 .10c
Velveteen Skirt Binding, all colors, at, per yard , , lc
Pearl Buttons, per dozen lc
DeLong's Hooks and Eyes, Thursday, per card. .5q
15c Linen Handkerchiefs ; ,,........,70
Half Price Sale Continues Thursday
All the undamaged portion of our Wash
Goods, White Goods and Wool Goods
Stocks at Just Half Price.
Grocery Prices at the Big Store's
Grocery Department 1
New Stock, Freshest Goods, Lowest Prices
21 pounds pure cane Granulated Sugar $1.00
10 lbs best granulated Cornraeal .lVyO
7 lbs. best hand picked Navy Beans .250
1 lb. package Seeded Haisins '. '. .70
Oil Sardines, per can 30
Potted Meats, all kinds, per can Zys0
2 lb. can fancy sweet Sugar Corn t ,6c
Pint bottle pure Tomato Catsup .'. ' .8 1-3
Xcelo Breakfast Food, per pkg 6o
The best Soda Crackers, per lb 6o
Swedish Health Bread, per lb .....7VjC
Fancy crisp Crackers, per lb ....I2V2C
Choice Tea Sittings, per lb 12laC
Fancy Santos Coffee, per lb 15o
Fancy B. F. Japan Tea, per lb 25a
Fancy sun dried .Japan Tea, per lb 25c
PEACHES, PEACHES, PEACHES.
Fancy Alberta, Texas, free stone Peaches, per crate, 4 baskets 95c
Single Baskets, each 25c
CHEESE, BUTTER AND FRUIT DEPARTMENT.
r ancy large juicy icuiouh, vr uutu .. zwj
2 measures fresh roasted Peanuts. . , , .5a
Fancy Separator Creamery Butter, per lb... 21o
Fancy full cream New York Cheese, per lb .... , 10o
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